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Date Posted: Thu, July 07 2005, 13:24:15
Author: Joyce Ussery
Author Host/IP: 12-160-115-128.getgoin.net /
Subject: Re: I Can't Help Much More
In reply to: Jeff Northridge 's message, "I Can't Help Much More" on Thu, July 07 2005, 12:52:29

Yes, we are aware of the the postings and the 'official' report of the crash. We have spoken with Mr. Perkins and his remark of Carl being an aerial observer (LOH) goes along with other reports received from comrades that they saw him leave that day in a LOH, going out as an aerial FO that day. Carl had 65 days left of his tour, yet for some reason Mr. Perkins was told he had one week left in country.

The Ft. Rucker accident report also clearly 'officially' states that the C/227th AHB helicopter crashed in the midst of "the ground troops that were heavily engaged with the enemy unit." There is also a duty log that states an individual evaded the crash...no details, but 'officially' nobody evaded the crash. Numberous inconsistenties that the Army refuses to address and the one documented fact remains....Carl's dental charting/records do not match the good set of dental remains we have...confirmed by the anthropologist. As for the IDPF/Mortuary file, they have the wrong date of death and time of death on the Certification of Death...repeatedly/not just a typo. There is the "fog of war" and incompetency..and when repeatedly throughout the records, then there is....?

I had just posted on your site originally to see if anyone had ever seen any reference to GSA (General Services Administration) keeping records on any Vietnam personnel, especially in the years after their purported deaths. We thank you again for all of your effort and reseach in providing what information was available to you.

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