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Dear Mr. Fitzgerald,
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We searched the National Archives Catalog and located a series titled Transportation Unit Records, ca. 1965 - ca. 1973 in the Records of the U.S. Forces in Southeast Asia (Record Group 472) that includes an organizational history of the 572nd Transportation Company for 1966 to 1972 (Box 487); S-3 daily journals for May 1966 to October 1971 and command reports for 1966 to 1971 of the 48th Transportation Group (Boxes 189-203); and an organizational history for 1950 to 1972, S-3 command reports for 1967 to 1972, and S-3 operational planning files for 1967 to 1969 of the 7th Transportation Battalion (Boxes 266 & 270-271).
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Roger. This is Lt Swanson I noticed your request for info on our unit the 572nd while we were at Dong Ha. The only person I have been in touch with was our Company Clerk, Hampton. If you get this message, let me know.
I do remember a Lt Swanson while we were stationed in Dong Ha. Let me see,,,,Sgt Moser E7 was running the company. Our Captain, I believe his name was Mallard got shot in the ass on convoy when he stopped his jeep to watch the trucks go by. I am the E4 that drove one of the 10 40T KW trucks. I rolled mine into a Vietnamese mine field 12 days before rotation. Have located some reports and I am working with Golden Arrow research to locate others. But records section is closed due to CV19. Would love to connect if possible. You can find me on the website "Together we served" I have posted pictures and history of our company.