Christopher Walters (Civilian)

Gender: Female
Hometown: Florida
Military Status: Civilian
About Me:
Divorced for almost 11 years. Am dating again.

Now am 100% disabled. Moved to southern CA for the third and last time.

Christopher's Assignment History

Fort MacArthur, California
Unit: general hospital
1966 1967
Di An Base Camp
Unit: 2nd Pl Bravo Co 2nd Bt/2nd inf 3rd Bg 1st inf div
1965 1966
Phu Loi
Unit: 2nd. PL. Bravo Co. 2/2 3rd Bg. 1st inf div
1966 1966
Cu Chi
Unit: 2/2 1inf div
1966 1966
Fort Devens, Massachusetts
Unit: 2nd Bt,/ 2nd inf
1965 1965
Fort Sam Houston, Texas
Unit: 250th general hospital
1965 1965
Fort Dix, New Jersey
Unit: basic
1964 1964

Christopher's Salutes

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Tamie Towers
Tamie Towers said on 02/11/2012 at 09:23 pm
I'll Go (A Soldiers Oath) I would like to share with you, a music video dedicated to all soldiers called I'll Go (A Soldiers Oath) by Kelly's Lot. It is a tribute to the military, and to all veterans, and is well worth watching. Please feel free to share it anywhere you'd like. Here's the link (this is not a download, simply a link to a YouTube video): I'll Go (A Soldiers Oath) - Kelly's Lot - @ Cahuenga General Store Or copy & paste the link below into your address bar: Thank you for your time. Hope you like the video, Tamie L. Towers Patriot P.S. My dear friend Kelly Zirbes of Kelly's Lot wrote and performed this song and has given permission for the video to be shared and/or embedded anywhere.
Christopher Walters
Christopher Walters said on 06/19/2009 at 10:13 pm
I did not remember filling this out, it must have been in 2000. There a number of things wrong: 1). I am defiantly NOT a female. 2). I have NOW been divorced for 20 years. 3). I was at Ft Sam Houston, for my medical training and then served at Brooke Army Hospital, before I went to Ft. Devens. 4) My base camp was not Di An, I was with the 1st Div. My base camp was Lai Khe from Oct '65 to Sept. '66. We sailed to VN on the SS Blatchford and made a beach assault landing at Vung Tau (the 2/2) in early Oct '65, with NO ammunition. I was accepted into Special Forces for their medical training, but then LBJ decided to send three divisions to VN in the summer of '65 and no stateside Div had all the medics they needed to go into battle. Thus I, and many, many other medics waiting for orders were shipped to one of the three divisions.

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