Sent: Saturday, April 23, 2005 12:51 PM
Subject: Camp Red Ball
I found the website containing memories of Camp Red Ball.† I had tried to send you a couple emails earier in the day, but I thinking they did not transfer using Outlook Express.
I attempted to give you some information relative to the casualties as I was a medic at Camp Red Ball in 1968 who arrived at Camp Red Ball just days before the Tet Offensive began.†
Please let me know if you received one or both of the previous email attempts.
From: Andrew Ansenberger [email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2005 11:04 AM
Subject: Camp Red Ball and Hubert Price
I have received two e-mails from you, Camp Red Ball, and Hubert Price.
Itís amazing that we were at most 100 feet or so apart during the Tet attach on Camp Red Ball, and we have totally different experiences.
I have received many replies, some with pictures and interesting stories, since the www.ATAV.US† has posted my pictures and stories.† With your permission, I will forward your narrative about Hubert Price to Dr. Grambo, the webmaster.
Also, if you send me your mailing address, I will send you a cd with more pictures and copies of all the correspondences from others.
Hope to hear from you soon,
244 West Orchard Drive
Wood Dale, IL† 60191
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2005 1:09 PM
To: Andrew Ansenberger
Subject: Re: Camp Red Ball and Hubert Price
Thanks for getting back to me.† With regard to the narrative on Hubert Price, I don't mind your sharing it.† I at one time thought about trying to contact his family, but then I thought too many years had gone by and probably, if anything, the memories could bring up more pain from their loss.
Although, we had different experiences and different missions while at Camp Red Ball, I think the things our eyes perceived visibly were very much the same.† Many of the pictures I see on the website are pictures similar to ones I had taken.† Thanks for sharing.
My address is
3314 Hollowman Road
Falls Church, Virginia† 22042