Welcome to the 377th SPS Guestbook!
Please take your time to read what others have written here and enjoy the messages or suggestions that friends have left on our web site. We would like to hear what your comments are. If you are a former member of Tan Son Nhut, Air Base, or passed through the base, we especially need to hear from you, today.

Name:  Charles Penley  (377th Combat Security Police Squadron)Dec 07, 2023

Name:  Charles Penley  (377th Combat Security Police Squadron)Sep 08, 2023
Comments:  We are trying to identifying the man shown in the photograph.

He was there in the 1966 - 1967 time frame, unknown section that he worked in.

Name:  Dale Borland  (Golf Sector)Apr 07, 2023
Comments:  Dale Borland is still here after all these years.

I regret that I have never contacted any of those I was close to during that time.

Joe Payne, Charlie Block, John Beebe and any of the others I shared a post with.

Best wishes to all who shared the adventure as young men.

Thank you

Name:  Walt Parsons  (Sentry Dog Section)Mar 27, 2023

Saw this posted in a K9 handler email group and it really resonated with me, wondering if you could post it to our 377th guys.

Remember that very first day that you went on duty with your sentry dog?

It is something, that I will never forget.

I remember asking myself how/why I was so lucky to be one of the very few to be selected for such a great position.


Name:  Paul Matteo  (377th Combat Security Police Squadron)Jan 31, 2023
Comments:  I am almost 73 years old and the affects of Agent Orange have made me feel 93.  It took over 40 years, to manifest and affect my life and Im sure the lives of my fellow Vietnam Vets.

I will never forget the 377th Security Police Squadron and my time in Nam.

Welcome Home, to those who served, died and still feel the affects of the gift of Agent Orange.

Be proud of your service, you deserve the respect .

Paul Matteo

Name:  Charles Penley  (377th Combat Security Police Squadron)Jan 28, 2023
Comments:  Wishing that 2023 will be better than 2022 for each and every one of you.