|David Olsen (#47346008)|
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Forty some years ago I served in Vietnam and for whatever reason I now feel compelled to find photographs of all 87 men in my unit that were "killed in action". I still have about 17 men to locate and bring back home. We need not only to remember their names but also never forget their faces. If you are interested in these men and the unit in which they served then you can click on the link below:|
A Troop ¾ Cav
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|Matthias Koch||RE: Gernot Bender|
Thank you David. From the information given it appeared to me that you had located the grave earlier. I will contact his son.
|Matthias Koch||Ref.: BENDER Gernot|
Hi Dave, wonder if you have more information abt. G. Bender's grave, esp. the exact location. Haven't been able to locate it so far. The site contains several BENDER graves as the name is pretty common here, but none of them looks like it has been added to. The site is discontinued, and more recent graves might be found on cemeteries around Giessen. Another cemetery on "Find A Grave" is clearly a duplicate of this one. On top of it all, the records of the Alter Friedhof Lutherberg have been destroyed in a fire in the pre-computer era, and have only partially recovered.
Thank You for your service and for remembering your comrades
Added by Linda S on Nov 02, 2013 7:51 PM
|Michelle Urban||RE: Kenneth Shrum|
You are very welcome, glad that I could help.
Thank you for what you are doing. It is important to remember. My son just became a U.S. Marine on 12 Oct. Bless you.
|Oz||RE: Roy Lamon.|
are you linking all the men together as friends?
in other words, are they linked like family members are linked??
if not, I can tell you how to do that or I can link Roy to his friends..
Added by Oz on Sep 24, 2013 5:09 AM
are you related to Roy??
Added by Oz on Sep 23, 2013 12:51 PM
|Janet Erdman||RE: Michael Schultz|
You are very welcome!!
|Susan Smith||RE: James Mays|
the man at Venice cemetery works alone. He keeps that cemetery in beautiful condition. He is burying lots of vets. Yesterday he buried James Mays mom. He would appreciate a call. He's a story teller. He is 60 years old. His name is Gene. He showed me where James Mays stone is. Good luck with your goal. I was in high school when you were fighting the communist threat. Thank you for your service.
|Susan Smith||Gene Wurzelbacher|
Works in Venice cemetery
Said he'd like to talk
|Cathy Martin||RE: Melvin Mauldin|
you're welcome. .. My pleasure.. :)
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