VietNam "boots on ground"

Tachikawa AB, Japan
Grobmeier, James
Posts: 3
Joined: January 3rd, 2020, 7:17 pm
Year Enlisted: 1968
Year Discharged: 1990

Re: VietNam "boots on ground"

Postby Grobmeier, James » January 12th, 2020, 6:06 pm

Hello to those that I know. My name is Jim but most of you who new me called me RED. I was stationed with with the 2875/1837 from May 68 to June 72 in the support section. I also do not have copies of orders or travel vouchers or photos or other memorabilia that show I was in Nam. I have developed Parkinson and this was a problem with me HOWEVER I was responsible for providing tools, test equipment, vehicles etc. for all Your needs while you were going TDY. One thing that we provided on all TDY crews who drew material from the Support Branch was ]TRICHLOROETHYLENE (TCE) in the aerosol can for cleaning electronic equipment. I found out that this is more than likely the cause of my Parkinson. It is also the cause of a lot of other problems, soooooooo do some research and see if this might help you on some of your medical problems. Don't give up as I have been going round after round with the VA also. :o

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