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Link profile: 101st Airborne, 327th Infantry Regiment Vietnam Veterans


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The mission of the 327th Vietnam Eagles is to gather together in one location as much of the history and personal remembrances of those who fought in Vietnam together in the 101st Airborne 327th Infantry Brigade, as we can. The 327th Vietnam Eagles website is a gathering of information from veterans, family and friends, and a place to find all those who served with the 327th Infantry Unit in Vietnam, to bring them together for fellowship using the technology of the Internet and have them gather each year for a reunion of our Brotherhood.

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