The Mighty Ninth

Strive To Reach The Summit


Most viewed - Michael Huseth
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MH14.jpgREFRAD: Released from Active Duty99 views(Front page of Orders). No more Nam; transfer to USAR.
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MH-85.JPGHistorical photo99 viewsThe Vietnam war marked the end of the US Army's "air corps".
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MH-86.JPG#3 Section: Loaded & Ready to go!99 viewsMy gun section is ready RSOP to a new position.
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MH-81.JPGMonsoon, 1966 - Tea Plantation96 viewsRoads? What roads? It was all mud in a monsoon.
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MH-82.JPGMonsoon, 1966 - Tea Plantation96 viewsA tank retriever was an absolute necessity after the monsoon rains stopped.
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MH-84.JPG85mm mortar96 viewsMortar firing exercise. Notice EVERYONE has their fingers in their ears!!
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Michael_Huseth_-_2013.JPGModern Day Michael95 viewsAttending the historic 2/9th FA reunion at Ft Sill, May 29 - June 1st, here is a photo in modern day. Gives meaning to the phrase "We Were Soldiers...and Young".
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MH-86a.jpgAlso ready94 viewsCannoneer ready to move out with his Section.
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MH-79.JPGMonsoon, 1966 - Tea Plantation93 viewsMonsoons were a part of doing business in Vietnam...muddy business.
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MH15.jpgGoodbye Orders93 viewsOrders reassigning Mike Huseth from "C" Battery, 3d Bde, 25th Inf Div to USAR Control Group. Goodbye Nam; hello States.
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MH-83.JPGMonsoon, 1966 - Tea Plantation90 viewsWell, why not? Add a morning fog to the mud from the monsoon.
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PFC_Ryan.JPGHappy Camper86 viewsPFC Danny J. Ryan of the 3rd gun section, Charlie Battery.
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