I served 3 tours in vietnam and survived the seige of Khe Sanh. I honestly believe that I would not be here now if it was'nt for the laying of the sensors around our base during the seige. Being a radio operator for 1-13 marines during the seige, I knew someone was laying them around our perimeter but I didn't know who it was. A few years ago I met Kerry Bignal in St. Petersburg Fl. and thanked him, This site gives me the chance to thank ALL of you Brave men. What you did saved MANY MARINE LIVES. SEMPER FI to all of you. Ted Szczesniak 1/13 Marines
Thanks for the great post. I think I can speak for most of the VO-67 squadron in saying that we really respect you folks at Khe Sanh. We were able to return to a relatively safe area after each mission.Did you get any pictures of VO-67 implanting sensors? As far as we know no combat pictures of our aircraft exist. Thank you for your service to your county and welcome home.