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I believe the number of Vietnam Veterans who went through the "West Point of Capitalism" would surprise even those of us among that number. Quite some time ago, I posed the question to HBS and got the response shown here. I am proud of both my Vietnam service and of my Alumni status from HBS. I believe that the demonstration of this factoid helps put the lie to the stereotypical image of the Vietnam veteran. When I thought of funding the program in this manner (I didn't want to be accused of being funded by the Republican campaign), I didn't realize how large the pool actually was. Having done the initial survey, we have kept the pledge level low in the hopes of getting a high rate of participation. Please complete the census, make your pledges and encourage your classmates to do the same.

Name Class

Sec

Comm

Ser

VN Service
Bristol, George MBA ‘74

A

OCS

MC

 
Brown, Will MBA ‘74

A

OCS

MC

1st Marine Air Wing – ‘70
Planitzer, Russell MBA ‘74

A

USNA

N

 
Thompson, Robert MBA ‘74

A

USMA

A

1st/321st Field Arty – ’69-‘70
Brubaker, Peter MBA ‘74

B

N/A

AF

Weather Service Sq – ’68-‘69
Adams, Bill MBA ‘74

C

ROTC

N

SeaBees, Thailand
Casey, Michael MBA ‘74

C

ROTC

N

 
Locher, James MBA ‘74

C

USMA

A

 
Paradis, Roger MBA ‘74

C

USNA

N

 
Pendleton, William MBA ‘74

C

USNA

N

 
Stimpert, Michael MBA ‘74

C

OCS

N

Naval Supply Depot, Da Nang – ’69-‘70
Wilson, Stephen MBA ‘74

C

USNA

N

 
Ardussi, Steve MBA ‘74

D

OCS

N

NSA Saigon Det – ’68-‘69
Embry, Lloyd MBA ‘74

D

USNA

N

 
Hollstein, John MBA ’74

D

USAFA

AF

14th Spec Ops Wing, ’69-‘70
Matheson, Stephen MBA ‘74

E

USNA

N

 
Sonstelie, Richard MBA ‘74

E

USMA

A

82nd Abn – ‘68
Wilson, Donald MBA ‘74

E

OCS

N

Advisor to Naval Supply Center, Saigon – ’71-‘72
Feehan, John MBA ‘74

F

USNA

N

 
Ray, James MBA ‘74

F

USMA

A

 
Smith, Lawrence MBA ‘74

F

USMA

A

Sig Bn – ’68-‘69
Annable, Ross MBA ‘74

G

ROTC

N

 
Bradstreet, Bern MBA ‘74

G

ROTC

MC

VMA 211, 1st Marine Air Wing – ’70-‘71
Craft, James MBA ‘74

G

USNA

N

 
Gartell, Richard MBA ‘74

G

ROTC

A

Americal Div – ’70-‘71
Odom, John MBA ‘74

G

USNA

N

 
Philroy, Gale MBA ‘74

G

USNA

N

 
Stern, Greg MBA ‘74

G

 

CG

 
Anthes, Gary MBA ‘74

H

OCS

N

Naval Support Activity, Da Nang – ’69-‘70
Boyt, John MBA ‘74

H

USMA

A

1st Cav Div – ’68-‘69
MACV – ’70-‘71
Brooks, Conley MBA ‘74

H

ROTC

N

USS McMorris – ‘70
Chilcoat, Richard MBA ‘74

H

USMA

A

224th Avn Bn – ’67-‘68
Horsey, Wade MBA ‘74

H

ROTC

A

2nd/8th Inf Bn, 4th Inf Div –‘68
Pacheco, Giovanni MBA ‘74

H

OCS

A

A-415, 5th Special Forces Grp.– ’67-‘68
46
th Special Forces Co.- ’70-‘71
Parham, Jesse MBA ‘74

H

N/A

AF

 
Fox, Charles MBA ’74

I

ROTC

N

USS Orleck, ’67-‘69
Jones, Wilbur MBA ‘74

I

USMA

A

299th Engr Bn – ’69-‘70
Morgan, Robert MBA ‘74

I

ROTC

A

USARV
Naples, Ronald MBA ‘74

I

USMA

A

HQ, 8th/4th Arty – ’69-‘70
Hodson, Thomas MBA ’74

J

OCS

N

 USS Neches, 11/69-10/70
Perley, James MBA ‘74

J

USNA

N

 
DeMoulpied, David MBA ‘74

K

USMA

A

82nd Airbn Div – ’69-‘70
Linn, Peter MBA ‘74

K

USMA

A

 173rd Airbn Bde – ’67-‘68

Use the Bulletin Board at http://www.quicktopic.com/27/H/3YpfZSxMVmT to add comments for this Class or to read what others have to say. If you have already made a comment, please feel free to "amend and extend" your remarks and I will slowly delete the comments below as that happens.

“This is a great idea.  I won't be able to attend, but I'd like to support it.” --- Will Brown, Sec. A

“I am willing to contribute.  I can also name several section mates that were Vietnam vets, since many of the veterans (including those that didn't serve in theater) grouped together in study groups.  Bernie Bradstreet, and Dave Yates were Marine Aviators, and Walt Zorkers was some kind of special Marine Recon.  A buddy of mine from The Coast Guard, from another section in HBS '74 served in Vietnam, Phil Comenos.” --- Greg Stern, Sec. G

“I am uncertain of the objective of the whole exercise. What does it mean that the "culture itself was in the wrong"?” --- Conley Brooks, Sec. H

“May I assume that by "Vietnam" your mean the Southeast Asia Theater of War (i.e., Thailand, Laos, Cambodia) not just Vietnam per se?  This would be a helpful clarification for people like me who served in Thailand, but in a unit that was engaged in combat operations.  Thanks.” --- Dave Davis, Sec. A

“Most servicemen serving incountry in Vietnam served  12 months or more which is at least three times as long as Mr. Kerry served. His actions upon returning to the U.S. (CONUS) caused the deaths of some of our POWs and the torture of many others. See www.Swiftvets.com for more truth.
"Good luck with your efforts. Please keep me informed.” --- Steve Ardussi, Sec. D

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  The list above is, at this point, only an effort to identify the Vietnam and Vietnam Era Veterans in the Class of '74. It does not represent a pledge of sponsorship and/or endorsement. If you have any additional information to add, please contact Steve Sherman, ssherman@mba1973.hbs.edu