Several weeks ago I spoke to you about my husband. He was Stationed at Camp Friendship. (APO 96233) and at Phu-mu along with several other places.
You had his name posted on the website, for me so that if there was anyone who new him, you could forward the information to me.
I have also been to the Phu Mu site and saw the photos's. I had asked if you had any older photos from the mid 60's, You were awaiting they're arrival. Wondering if you have recieved them?
My husband is very ill with PTSD, diabetes, memory loss etc. You placed his name on the web site in hopes others may recongnize the name and respond.
Since then his named has been removed. Would there be some reason for having removed his name? I have been forced to put bits and pieces of his military history together with the help of those like yourself as Chris isn't capable without suffering severe flash
The stress factor here, as well as in my husband's mind is an awful situation for both of us to deal with. I was hoping if nothing else that someone would recognize his name and contact you or me. My husband can't remember or won't tell me alot of things that happened when he was in the service.
I knew him prior to is service in Vietnam but had no contact at all with him until years after he came home. I have been tring to prove his service in Vietnam and Thailand and the problem I am having is
when I think I have found a person who is willing to help, by posting his name or sending me photos. He's gone. So is hope.
Christopher J Milgo, 1965-1967
From: The Site Webmaster,
Hope is still near! Christopher's name has been entered under the Camp Friendship page. With the help of many of our Thailand Veterans, we will try to assist with information that may be helpful concerning Christoper's assignments while in Thailand during the Vietnam war. I will ask for assistance from some of our Camp Friendship and Phu Mu Veterans.
Thank you Ginny Milgo and we wish you the best!