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Link profile: A/101 Aviation (AHC/AHB/Regt), 101st Airborne Division


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This site is dedicated to all of the brave and honorable soldiers who served in the Republic of Vietnam with A Co., 101st Aviation. This site also serves as a reminder to our active duty comrades of the rich A/101 Aviation heritage they now represent and their responsibility to carry forth and enrich this heritage for those who will follow in the future.
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