Stories About C 3/21
Below are some stories about C 3/21 196th LIB in Vietnam written by some of the men that served there. If you would like to share your story or a family members story that served in this company then please email us the story and a photo if one is available. Click Here to Email
Stories From Ron Kociba
Ron Served with C 3/21 in Vietnam from February 1969 until February 1970
Ron shares about the events that happen in August 1969.
Ron shares some reflections about his time with C 3/21.
Ron shares a light hearted memoir about rations and eating in the "field".
Ron Shares about his experiences during the Battle of Tam Ky. May 13-15, 1969
Ron shares a story about when he learned the importance oh his helmet.
Stories From Capt. Ernie "Outlaw" Carrier
In Vietnam, he served a regular tour and then extended another 6 months from '68-'69.
Stories From Thomas Pozdol
Tom Served with C 3/21 in 1969.
Stories From Chuck Horner
Chuck served with the Charlie Tigers in Vietnam and stayed on active duty for 27 years.
Chuck compares his experiences in Vietnam with those he had during Desert Storm in The Suck Factor - Creature Comforts at the Pointy End of a Stick.
Stories From Earl Powers
Earl served with C 3/21 from 1969 - 1970.
Earl put together a timeline of events that happened during his service in Vietnam. The information was put together from letters he wrote home and memories. (File Size 2MB)
This story is about 16 days in late August and Early September of 1969. The time that Earl describes as the worst 16 days of his life.