An Army brat that dropped out of college to join the Army in ’68. The nineteen months he spent in Vietnam as a Green Beret had a profound impact on his life.
Steve BricSFA 78 Member
A U.S. Army veteran, a Gold Star family member and an honorary member of the Special Forces Association.
Terry CagnolattiPast President
My intentions were to join the US Army Military Police Service. However, I was introduced to SFC. Robert Nelson, one of the Son Tay Raiders. After speaking with him for a while, I realized that Special Forces was the only unit for me.
Robert CrebbsMaster Sergeant
Active – 3 years Enlisted 8/21/64
Reserve – 30 years Retired Reserve 7/30/98
John Creel77th Special Forces and 10th Special Forces Groups
After High School the Military offered me a chance to leave a dead end textile job. I enlisted in the Army and volunteered for jump school and served a fulfilling six years in Special Forces.
Don DeatherageVice President
I’m honored to be a member of Chapter 78 and even more honored being able to associate with men I truly feel are unsung heroes. It’s my privilege to be the Vice President.
Volunteered for the Army in ’69 after 2 yrs of college which included ROTC.
This webpage is a collective effort of many who served with Detachment A-109 at Thuong Duc District, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam from 1966 through 1970
Thad GembaczSept 69
INF OCS and Jump school Ft. Benning, GA (70) – SFOC Ft. Bragg, NC (70) – Germany 1969-1974