Co A44/36th Signal Bn, 1st Signal Bde
(Re-named 269th Signal Company in March 1970)

Bien Hoa Army Base, Vietnam - 1969/70

Wendell Witcher, left. Other names to be added soon.

"Cowboy", Unk, Phil Boucher, seated, Unk, Unk.

Phil Boucher and (Name to be added soon).

Names to be added soon.

Company A44 was changed to 269th Sig Co after the friendly fire attack on 17/18 Feb 1970. The name change, along with the transfer-out of over 70% of its personnel, succeeded in convincing media and Congressional inquiries originating from concerned family members in the U.S. that Co A44 had been "completely disbanded" and no longer existed.

Name to be added soon, and Jim Carr

Ron (?) Williams, name to be added soon, and Frank A. Zecchini

Jim Carr

Williams and Name to be added soon.

Roger Graham, reclining. John Panavini, seated on cot. Phil Boucher, seated forefront on floor.

  • Page 1. Photos contributed by Phil Boucher, James Carr, Phill Coleman
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  • Page 4. Photos contributed by Ed Russo
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  • Page 8. Photos contributed by Jeffrey Lauren
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