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Guy C. "Doc" Lamunyon
Your Webmaster was inducted into the US Army at Fort Ord, California. After completing AIT at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, he served as served as a medical corpsman at Fort Knox, Kentucky and then as a field medic with B 1/501 ("Geronimo's Medicine Men"), 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile) in the Republic of Vietnam from Danang to the DMZ during 1971. SP5 Lamunyon was awarded Combat Medical Badge, Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Air Medal, Vietnam Service Ribbon, Vietnam Campaign Ribbon and National Defense Service Ribbon.
Webmaster preparing for BRF (Battalion Reaction Force) duties outside the Battalion Aid Station (Geronimo's Medicine Men), Phu Bai RVN.
Webmaster on patrol in the jungle somewhere in I Corps, Republic of Vietnam.
Webmaster on patrol in the jungle somewhere in I Corps.

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Webmaster working in Armor Training Center, Fort Knox Kentucky in 1970 (Dispensary #7, Ireland Army Hospital).
Recent photo of your Webmaster in Dana Point, California (Doheney State Beach).
This plaque hung in the Phu Bai Aid Station (Geronimo's Medicine Men) honoring combat medics who had made the greatest sacrafice in the Republic of Vietnam.
Mini-Firebase B-1 on DMZ (northernmost position in the Republic of Vietnam, on the South China Sea).