610th Transportation Company (AM) (GS)

"Fast and Sure"

RVN Oct 66 ~ Apr 72
"In Memoriam"
610th Trans. Co. (AM)(GS)

"Fast and Sure"

"Commemoration Brick"
This Brick is Dedicated to all the men who served in the 610th Transportation Company during its tenure in the Republic of Vietnam.  More especially to those members who have gone on before us.  It has been installed on the Transportation Corps Museum sign at Fort Eustis, VA.

Bradshaw, D.R., CAC (civ), D: 26 Sep 1970, Da Nang.

Briscoe, Gerald A., Major, 1932 - 1 Nov 1987, RVN 1967-68, CO ~ 1968

Bostick, James J. IV, Captain, 1 Nov 1942 - 26 Sep 1970, Da Nang 1970, Lexington, KY

Brandsgaard, Glen, SP5, 17 Sep 1941-26 Feb 2009, RVN 1966-67, 400 Marion Rd, Apt 208, Sioux Falls, SD 57106

Brookins, Zackrie, PFC, 11 March 1944 - 31 Dec 1966, Saigon 1966, Philadelphia, PA

Craw, Donald D., Captain, 24 June 1943 - 26 Sep 1970, Da Nang 1970, Torrence, CA

Grim, Malcolm J., PVT, 7 Apl 1949 - 23 Jan 1970, Da Nang 1969 -70, Long  Branch, NJ

Harvey, Thomas

Jackson, William, Major, CO ~ 1965-67

Keating, James

Malmay, Thomas Simon, SP4, Door Gunner, -26 Sep 1970, Da Nang 1970 

McGowan, William A., CWO-3, 1940 - 14 Jan 2009, RVN 1967-68, 1971-72, 323 Ben St., Ozark, AL 36360

Stratton, Richard William, SGT

Courtesy Lowell Eneix, 121st AHC - Image enhanced courtesy of ngy thanh
"Legacy of Valor Museum" 

Transportation Museum Sign
Fort Eustis, Virginia
Position 3, third row  with our sister unit the 142nd TC and the TCAA
Photos courtesy of Col. (Ret) Ted Cimral
TCAA President
Allen Walker - Mansfield, PA. Born on Jan. 30, 1943. Passed away at 70 yrs old, Friday, Sept. 13, 2013 at Arnot Ogden Medical Center. Elmira, N.Y. He was a U.S. Army Veteran of the Vietnam War. Allen was a Naval Liaison for Northrup Grumman, Long Island N.Y. He will truly be missed. 
James Hines Alexander - Lizton, IN. Born on July 27, 1938. Passed away on Feb. 7, 1970. 
You can visit his name on the virtualwall at the following link:

James Womble -James lost his battle at 3am on Dec 10th 2015.

James was a 20 year veteran of the US Army. As an E6 and was a proud member of the 610th /14th Transportation Battalion. He served his country courageously with three tours in Viet Nam 65-66 67-68 68-69. James returned to Ft Eustice and was an instructor in the power train dept.

James will be buried today at the National Cemetery in Nashville, TN. He will be given a full military funeral with a 21 gun salute.

James was director of the 610th for 2014-2015

Harry Hobbs - HOBBS, Harry V., age 84, of The Villages, Florida, died July 19, 2016. He was born in Clinton County, Indiana, June 30, 1932, the older son of Larry and Mildred Hobbs. He graduated from Sheridan High School in 1950. He was a member of the Indiana High School Basketball All Star Team in 1950 and a member of the Indiana High School Basketball Silver Anniversary team for 1975. He graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans in 1954. Mr. Hobbs married Barbara Jane Cunningham of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, June 20, 1954. Mrs. Hobbs was a registered nurse, Army wife, Army mother and grandmother. Harry and Bobbie were deeply in love each and every year of their 61 years together. Mr. Hobbs was a retired Army Officer and Department of Defense civilian employee. He entered the U.S. Army at Fort Eustis, Virginia, July 24, 1954, and served 28 years. He was an Infantry company commander, an aviator, helicopter test pilot, aircraft maintenance officer and logistician. He served overseas at Frobisher Bay, Canada, in 1955; Sondrestrom, Greenland in 1956; the 4th Armored Division in Germany, 1959 to 1962; Aviation assignments in Vietnam in 1964 to 1965 and 1967 to 1968; and logistics officer in Okinawa, Japan 1972 to 1975. He had duty assignments in Korea and Beirut, Lebanon. He retired from active Army duty as Lieutenant Colonel at Fort Lee, Virginia, August 1, 1982. As a Department of Defense civilian, Mr. Hobbs taught logistics at the Army Logistics Management College 1983 to 1986, and served in the Army Training and Doctrine Command until March 1997, when he retired at Fort Monroe, Virginia. He is survived by his sons, Larry of Sicklerville, New Jersey and Jeffrey of Tampa, Florida; and his grandson, Matthew. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial gifts be made to the Marion-Adams Scholarship Foundation for the "Larry Hobbs, Mil Renn Hobbs, and sons, Harry and Joe Scholarship" at 509 E. Fourth St., Sheridan, Ind. 46069-1199.