A Band of Brothers !
of 755th Med Det
Bruce N. Bigley of 94th Med Det
Roy D. Butler of 173 Fixed Wing
Carlos E. Chilcott of 755th Med Det
Tony J. Cop of 94th Med Det
David W. Cuva of 755th Med Det
Johnny Driver of HDD Med Det
? Dorsey of 755th Med Det
Joe Ellis of HDD Med Det
(Jerry) Lynn Ellis of 755th Med Det
Jim Fishburn of 755th Med Det
? Footman of ?
James C. Fowle of 519th Med Det
Carl B Fosco of 519th Med Det
Larry D. Kimmith of 94 & 755th Med Det
Bob Kovalick of HHD Met Det
Caraballo F. Madera of 94th Med Det
Ralph S. Main of 755th Med Det
Aubrey Manis of 755th Med Det
Jose A. Montijo-Torres of 755th Med Det
August Oetzel III of 94th Med Det
Frank J. Mottoof 755th Med Det
Kerry Pardueof 755th Med Det
Bill Pishlo of 755th Med Det
Edward H. Rhoads of 755th Med Det
Paul Ramos of ?
Alan J. Rosenbaum of 755th Med Det
Joseph J. Rustin of HHD Med Det
A. J. Sartin of 94th Med Det
Jim Starkey of 94th Med Det
Paul R. Straub, Jr of 755th Med Det
Jim Swyers of 755th Med Det
Gene Tetrault of ?
Jim Terralavorro of 94th Med Det
James M. Twomey of 519th Med Det
Don E. Walton of HHD Med Det
George W. Watson of 94th Med Det
Carl Williams of 94th Med Det
Floyd Wilson of 755th Med Det
? Woods of ?
George Zathey of 94th Med Det
More Names Will Be Added Soon
Capt. David Acus of HHD Det
Capt. Fred Margolin of ? Det
Capt. Curtis T. Martin of 94th Det
Capt Merrill Mirman of 755th Med Det
Capt. James H. Peterson of 94th Med Det
Capt. Edward M. Schlein of ? Det
Capt. Wayne O. Wallace, Jr. of HHD Det
Capt. Mark Finn DDS of ? Det
More Names Will Be Added As Information Is Received.
Letter from patient
I was with the 170th AHC in 1969 and made many trips to the Dispensary at Camp Holloway. Just a quick recap:
(1) abt. January: I slashed 3 finger tips on some jagged metal. The Docs stitched them up.
(2) abt. April: I dropped a rotorblade, hub end, on my foot. Broken little toe. X-rays were taken with my foot in the dentist chair.
(3) abt. August: I had an abscess in my jaw. The Dentist did root canals on my 4 front teeth and anchored them by wiring them together. This resulted in weekly visits for a couple of months. I recall that the assisting tech. jokingly mentioned that if I wanted to go home, I need only have one of my buddy's punch me. It wouldn't take much to break my jaw.
I didn't take his suggestion. I completed my tour of duty as a crewchief and returned home in good shape thanks in good part to you guys at the Dispensary.
Photo of Camp Holloway courtesy of Carl Sr., 52nd CAB
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