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 - K. B. HEBERT In Viet Nam WILLIAM JOHNSON Home...
K. B. HEBERT In Viet Nam WILLIAM JOHNSON Home on leave MICHAEL EOSSOW Still training IN THE SERVICE Eurman B. Hebert, staff sergeant, sergeant, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hebert of 1903 13th St., and whose wife Ethel and three chjl-. dren live in Alexandria, is currently currently serving a tour of duty out of Pleiku, Viet Nam, with the 7th Battalion, 8th Infantry, William Johnson, private first class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Earnest Simon of 117 N. Speneer St.. is home on leave from duty near Soc Trang, Viet Nam, and will return to Ft. Polk shortly. Michael A. Rossow, airman, SDH of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Rossow of Leesville, is training training as a USAF communications-electronics communications-electronics specialist at Laekland AFB, Tex. Harold W. Doucet. marine private, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hospon L. Doucet o fBasile, has completed four weeks and 200 hours of individual combat training at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Jared Guy East, first lieutenant, lieutenant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris East of 1033 18th St., is currently home on leave after j serving one year in Viet Nam \ with the 1st Cavalry. j Victor C. LeBrun, sergeant first class, who lives with his wife, Gerline and four children in Moss Bluff, has re-enlisted in the local army reserve unit, where he has served as a supply supply sergeant for the past 10 serving in the Mediterranean aboard the Sixth Fleet destroyer destroyer USS Power, scheduled to transit the Suez Canal and patrol patrol the Red Sea for six weeks. Clifford A. Willis, Jr., private, whose fafaer lives at 1111 Mill St., completed an eight-week telephone switchboard operator course at the Army Southeastern Southeastern Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga., learning to operate various various other communications systems systems in the Army's collection. Joseph Bougard, Jr., whose wife, Demise, lives in Lake Arthur, Arthur, and whose parents live in Gueydan, recently completed eight weeks of advanced artillery

Clipped from Lake Charles American-Press01 Aug 1966, MonPage 2

Lake Charles American-Press (Lake Charles, Louisiana)01 Aug 1966, MonPage 2
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