|Joy LeMay (#46946848)|
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|I am a girl that lost her 6th cousin. Forever I was told he was my uncle. After I did all the research, I know I am his 6h cousin. I knew him as an uncle. Either way it does not matter. Curtis is why I am here. Curtis' memory is why I will stay.|
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|Judy McKibben Willis||Curtis Emerson LeMay|
You are most welcome Joy. You must be so proud of your cousin. My Husband was in the Air Force in the 1960's and when I saw your cousins photo on F.A.G. it made me smile. So be proud of his accomplishments and his dedication to our country. God Bless You Both. Best Wishes, Judy.
|Rhonda Sue||RE: Curtis Emerson LeMay|
You Are So Welcome Joy.
Have A Great Week Dear Earth Angel :-)
|Pat ONeil||RE: Curtis Emerson LeMay|
You're welcome. I was at Offutt AFB in Nebraska from June of 1958 to February 1959 when I separated from the service. General LeMay was always nice to me. I worked in Communications about 3 floors below ground at HQ SAC.
|Richard S. Barzelogna||RE: Curtis Emerson LeMay|
My pleasure, Ma'am. My father and brother both retired from the USAF, and GEN LeMay was an inspiration to my father who served during his time and retired in 1974. Historians are unjustly critical of the bombing campaign he approved to destroy Japan's heavy industry and war fighting capability, but he was a master of war, clearly understood the Enemy, took the measures necessary to collapse and defeat the Enemy resulting in the War ending swiftly and thousands of marines and soldiers being spared maiming or death in a storm against the Japanese mainland. Our politicians then had the wisdom to trust his (and other combat commanders')wisdom, experience and stay out of his (and their) way. The same cannot be said of our current politicianswho seem to have a detrimental and annoying habit of playing "arm chair General" when they have neither the experience or expertise to do so. I've always respected GEN LeMay.
|Palm Springs Girl||RE: Curtis Emerson LeMay|
You are very welcome.
|joancrawfordsgreatestfan||RE: Curtis Emerson LeMay|
It was my pleasure. I really appreciate every man & Woman in uniform. I only wish I was able to have served. But due to a family illness (Neurofibromatosis) I was not. I don't get it though. My Mom's sister served and she had it to. Who knowns back then, they probably didn't know about it. Then come to find out my GR8 Aunt on my father's was a Full Bird cornl, and worked @ pentagon. Had I known that then. I would've called her. Thank You for getting back to me. Thank You and GOD BLESS YOU, AND MAY GOD CONTINUE TO BLESS THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
|SSG. Peter Duras USAR||RE: General Curtis Emerson LeMay|
Thanks for your message on your cousin. Your cousin was a great leader of men. I have studied World War II all of my life. Your cousin died while I was serving in the first Gulf War. I did not know of his passing in till I found him on findagrave. I wish you well.
|karl anglin||General Le May|
Alaways be proud of your uncle!
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