Welcome To The 31st Associations Website

Hello and welcome to the new Association website. We have made an effort to supply users with as much information as possible and will continue to update that information regularly. While most of the site functions are active, the membership and quartermaster modules will not be available until a later date.

Feel free to comment on news, articles, and posts as we encourage healthy and productive discussions. Refrain from sharing political and religious views, because as we all know those two subjects are gateways towards polluting our web pages with personal attacks and vulgarities.

We would like to take the chance to dedicate this website in honor of Mary Doyon; Karl Lowe has prepared the following:

For over a decade, this site was operated by Mary Doyon, who will always be remembered as “Little Sister” to Vietnam veterans of the 6th Battalion and as a friend to all members of the 31st Regiment Association. Mary undertook the project in loving memory of her brother, John P. Mikolaycik, a 1969 to 1970 Vietnam veteran of A Company. She battled cancer for many years but remained active to the end, running the website, serving as our Association’s secretary, and keeping us informed and connected. She died in November 2012. Her steadfast dedication and constant good cheer will deeply missed.

12 Replies to “Welcome To The 31st Associations Website”

  1. My name is Carlton High I was a cook with the 4/31 Mech. Inf., Ft Sill Okla. during 1973 to 1975 are there anyone out there with any memorabilia for that time we was at Key Gate then moved to Main post in 1974 and also made a training movie @ Ft Hunter Liggett Cal. with B40 Armor who was our sister unit please contact, Carlton High 11253 Yellowstone Ct Waldorf Md., 20695 301-254-5974

  2. I am happy to say that my son, Daniel, is working on this web site for the 31st Inf Assoc. If you have pictures or other items to add to this comment section or other parts of this web site. Please make it known by signing on. Pro Patria, David

  3. I had an uncle deployed to Korea near the end of WW2, 31st Inf Regement, the squad was all killed except him. How can we find more information? He is now deceased. He spent considerable time in hospitals for mental disorders.

  4. Making inputs via this approach doesn’t appear to work. I made an input months ago related to correcting the date of Mary Doyon’s passing and it was later deleted by someone. In addition my requested correction for the location of death for my medic Doc Aldrich has yet to be made. It appears that the 31st Regiment website is finally available; however, it seems that its functionality is still in question.

  5. Aaron…John Aldrich was my Delta Company, 6/31st medic in Vietnam in 1969. He was lost in Dinh Tuong Province and the location should not be shown as Unknown.

  6. Aaron – guys are asking about the Photos that were on the old web site. Will there be a Gallery of Photos?

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