The following is an excerpt from an article that appeared in the Athens Banner-Herald Online and appears here by permission :

The Wolfhounds -- a famous infantry regiment that the
                   movie and book, ''The Thin Red Line,'' was based on -- now
                   are collecting books, diaries and photos from veterans of
                   the regiment.
                      Many of the books and journals contain first-hand
                   accounts of war-torn life in an international conflict:
                      ''It was pretty tough. When they're advancing on you so
                   quick at night, you never know what you might hit,'' said
                   George Langdale, who wrote a book about a part of the Korean
                   War, ''The Wolfhounds of Sandbag Castle.'' ''When they get
                   very close to you, you often resort to grenades.''

                                                                                   Mark Niesse
                                                                                    Staff Writer


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MIKE MOSCHKIN
MIKE MOSCHKIN & MIKE O'SHAUGNESSY
EASY AT 2003 REUNION
REUBEN HAMBY, EASY & TOM "RISKY ROESKE AT 2003 WOLFHOUND REUNION
Over the years since I fIrst found and shook hands with Wolfhounds at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D. C. in 1999 I have yearned to do my part in keeping the history alive of the past as well as what we do now.

My efforts have led me to keep copies of many of the photos that have been exchanged between veterans of all wars and walks of life.I have called this collection "EASY'S VET MOMENTS" and am currently putting many of them into a picture documentary.

As I was going through my collection I realized that many of the photos came from the old Wolfhound Listbot and other sources. Moreover, I realized that the photos were seemingly lost in time and many have a place to be shared with you in the now.


easy!!!!!
December 12, 2003
AT 2003 WOLFHOUND REUNION  

SANDBAG_CASTLE

2ND LT. J. N. TREANO (1967)
The following is an excerpt from an article that appeared in the Athens Banner-Herald Online and appears here by permission :

The Wolfhounds -- a famous infantry regiment that the
                   movie and book, ''The Thin Red Line,'' was based on -- now
                   are collecting books, diaries and photos from veterans of
                   the regiment.
                      Many of the books and journals contain first-hand
                   accounts of war-torn life in an international conflict:
                      ''It was pretty tough. When they're advancing on you so
                   quick at night, you never know what you might hit,'' said
                   George Langdale, who wrote a book about a part of the Korean
                   War, ''The Wolfhounds of Sandbag Castle.'' ''When they get
                   very close to you, you often resort to grenades.''

                                                                                   Mark Niesse
                                                                                    Staff Writer


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EASY & LONNIE UPCHURCH FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1969 ( APRIL 2001)
BILL PRINCE
KERMIT SCHLAYTZ
MERRILL SELLERS
IF YOU HAVE PHOTOS OR OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE ON THIS PAGE PLEASE EMAIL IT TO  ME  BY CLICKING THE WOLFHOUND CREST
IN MEMORY OF
GEORGE LANGDALE

AND DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF
ALL WOLFHOUNDS PAST AND PRESENT

BROWERS - RICHARDS - ART MONTGOMERY
ART MONTGOMERY - RICHARDS
JOE WANTA & TOM DEMUNNICK 12-26-03 35 YEARS LATER
JOHN BABBITT
BRUCE BENBO
SGT. CHARLIE " POPS" GIPPS
MARK WIELLING - JIM HAUSER- TOM "POKEY" MARZ & ROGER PRITCHARD
PAUL "GABBY " GAITHER &
STEVE " POPEYE " WALKER
LONNIE E. UPCHURCH

ARTHUR R. JARMAN C/2/27
OCTOBER 1967 - JANUARY 1968
JOHNNY (DECEASED)& ANNIE CLEO DEROSSETT
E COMPANY -KOREA 1952
EASY WITH MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT COLONEL BERNARD F. FISHER