What Army unit was I assigned to in Vietnam?

My name is James Moshofsky RA 18918432. I am trying to find out the Army unit I was assigned to in Vietnam 20 March 68 to 21 March 69

I served i a supply company that distributed supplies to surrounding bases. We were located about 25 miles inland from the coastal city of

Quin Ahn. We were locatd in an agricultural area next to a small vietnames village.

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