Name: Randy Tate
Comments: I want to tell you how much I enjoyed your book. You have the led the type of life that I only wish I could have and I want to Thank You for everything you have done during your time in the Special Forces and with the CIA.
Name: Paul Duffy
Comments: Thanks for the books Billy ,Top read. Regards Paul
Name: henry g bertrand
Name: WILLIAM G IGNATZ
Comments: 1947 THUR 1968 SERVED 187ARCT, 8240AU, 1st SF RETIRED MSG (E-8) WEBPAGE WWW.SIMPLECOM.NET/MUGSLEY
Name: WILLIAM G IGNATZ
Comments: 1947 THUR 1968 SERVED 187ARCT, 8240AU, 1st SF RETIRED MSG (E-8)
Name: SFC ROBBIE SMITH
Comments: thanks for everything you have done to make our country free.
Name: Karl Federer
Comments: I have heard the legend of Billy Waugh for many years, but did not know the severity of his wounds, which makes his story that much more amazing.Once you start reading, you can't stop.Gives great insight into SOG, the Jackal and radical Islam today.I would recommend it to everyone for a better understanding of today's events. A fantastic book.
Name: Major Jim Miles U.S. Army Special Forces Ret.
Saw your name. Haven't had a chance to read your book. I couldn't remember what outfit I was in when I first met you. I was in 1st Gp in Okinawa 60-62. In S-4 with Cpt Warren and then to B Co. Went to Nam Feb - Jul 62 at Song Mao with Maj Roy. MSG Joe Ferria, Sfc Silvernail, I was lt wpns and SSG Colwell hvy wpns, SSG Vacaro and SSG George demo, Sp Anderson commo, Sp Erdmann and Sp Parrish medics. Attended OCS Oct 62. In B Co 10th Gp Bad Tolz 64-66. Back to Nam CO A-428 66-67. Third tour 70-71 with ARVN Rangers in Chau Doc and with Special Mission Advisory Group (SMAG) MACVSOG Nha Trang Jan - Aug 71. Retired in 73. Lived on Guam 74-93. Moved to Texas Aug 93. Address: 2006 Windy Point, Schertz, Texas 78154. Phn (210) 566-3911
Name: Richard W Lewis AKA Rocky
Comments: Billy, Its with great pleasure to sign your Guest Book. I also read your book on the Hunting The Jackle. I am proud to be your friend. Also having the pleasure of serving with such a fine Outstanding Professional soldier.
I salute you sir.
Name: Kerry Howard
Comments: Well, good for ya, SGM. I have guys on the web (not SF) shaking their heads and asking "Can this be for real?" Heh heh .. I have to tell them, probably .. except for the lies of course :-) Guess I'll have to find a copy (maybe they have one at the SF Association library? hint hint?) and read it.
Name: Robert C.
Name: Richard K.
Tommy (Doc) DeRouville USN/Ret |
Comments: I know Billy from Hawaii. We spent a lot of time in the CPO Club. We spent some time together, 1/7 Special Forces Group, came to Hawaii for an exercise with the Aussie SAS. I was made an honorary "Green Beret" during thier visit. Billy got me in the SFA in Hawaii, as an associate member. I wish him success with this book, and can't wait to read it. As an operator , he is a legend. Your Tamidichi, Tommy D.
Name: Vicky Laney
Name: Frank M Bell,
7th & 11th (reserve) SFGA, 1985 - 1993
Name: MSG Pete
Estrada USSF Ret
"Crash" Makool |
Comments: Hey Billy, It was great seeing you again at SOAR. I am priveledged and honored to have been a crewchief on one of the taxicabs that served you great men. So far I have only read a few chapters, and am greatly enjoying your easy and down to earth style. I think I have a good picture of why it was so hazardous to hang out with you back then. (so I've heard) Even though I have only read a short part of your book so far, my gut tells me it will be keeping up for at least a couple of nites with a whole new perspective of just who the men were that I had such a life changing experience with as I turned 21 in the Nam. "This Bud's For You!" Regards Crash
Name: John R.
Name: Tim Kirk CCN
FOB#1 67-68 CCS 69
Name: William C.
Name: Robert L.
|Name: Gerald E.
Comments: Mr Waugh: That is my, name starts with W waugh and you waited to long:: It was a great read. I did find it hard to finnish as it brought back far to many memories. Best of luck, keep the but down and the powder dry. This is grommet on guard god, I still got more bullets than you do. s/D
Name: frank e
Name: frank e
I am the oldest daughter of Robert J Sullivan, Special Forces lost his life in 1967 Vietnam. I was wondering if you have any knowledge of my dad's death, or perhaps personal stories in your memory of him. Anything you can share would be gratefully appreciated. Sincerely, Kathleen
Daugherty (Vietnam 68-69)
Name: Michael .
Name: Stephen L.
Name: Ray & Pat
Comments: Billy. You probably don't remember me. We went to the University of Illinois at Champaign in 1965 or66 for a demonstration. We were in the 7th Group. I bought and read your book "Hunting The Jackal" Extremely interesting.
Name: Robert A.
Name: Jim Ringland,
Name: Ed Fisler
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