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LCpl Joseph Francis Cook
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Birth: Jan. 15, 1949
Massachusetts, USA
Death: May 10, 1968, Vietnam

Lance Corporal Joseph F. Cook of Foxboro, Massachusetts, was killed in action at Ngok Tavak, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam. He was one of the 200 brave men who fought a 10-hour battle on the hill at an abandoned French fort in the face of a North Vietnamese division of 8,000.

Thirty seven years after the Vietnam War, his remains along with 11 others were repatriated and identified. He was buried with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery on 7 October 2005.

Joseph Francis Cook
Lance Corporal
D BTRY, 2ND BN, 13TH MARINES, 1ST MARDIV
United States Marine Corps
15 January 1949 - 10 May 1968
Foxboro, Massachusetts
Panel 58E Line 005
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His postively identified remains are at an unidentified cemetery in Foxboro MA. (as per Greg ROSE, an attendee at funeral)
Aug 2012

 
 
Burial:
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington
Arlington County
Virginia, USA
 
Created by: Edmond Spaeth
Record added: Feb 03, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13212269
LCpl Joseph Francis Cook
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LCpl Joseph Francis Cook
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Remembering you and your family today. Thank you for your service and your sacrifice. May you rest in peace.
- A Marine's Daughter & Army Mom
 Added: Apr. 4, 2014
Remembering Foxboro's brave soldiers lost in Viet Nam. Rest in peace, Joe
-Anonymous
 Added: May. 27, 2013
Thank you for your great sacrifice in preserving our country's freedoms. I will honor you in the only way that I can . . . by remembering you always. May you rest in peace.
- Charles A. Lewis
 Added: Aug. 24, 2012
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