|Vietnam Disabled Veteran (#47091837)|
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|I served in the United States Army from August of 1967 to June of 1970 and in the Republic of Vietnam from May of 1968 to May of 1969. http://www.usa-patriotism.com/music/army.mp3 |
Served with 1st Aviation: http://www.1stavnbde.com/ http://www.skytroopers.org/1staviat.htm
My Army assignment: http://www.1stavnbde.com/Artcles/LOHart1.html http://www.1stavnbde.com/Artcles/LOH_ObserverArt1.html
My primary field of study is U.S. government, world geography, and history. I was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia Southern in 1974(http://studentorg.georgiasouthern.edu/gop/fightsong.mp3) (http://students.georgiasouthern.edu/spiritandtraditions/) with a major in political science. I hold a master's degree in education with a focus on integrating technology in the classroom. After my university studies, I was awarded an internship under Governor Jimmy Carter's intern program doing research on Nuclear Power Safety. I worked for the government for about 3 years.
I am disabled and after 19 years of service with a school district in Texas was required to retire. My passion was teaching high school social studies.
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|DMG||re: Edna Coates|
I saw your note on her memorial. I know of no area in this cemetery where any graves would be under water. I don't believe there is a headstone for her.
Added by DMG on Sep 29, 2016 2:17 PM
|Joy LeMay||Thank you from the Curtis Emerson Family|
Thank you for your cousins service. He is honored by us. Curtis LeMay would be proud of him. Thank you for your message to our beloved deceased. Thank your family for their service.
Joy LeMay on behalf of Curtis Emerson LeMay
|Dan Brunger||Welcome Back!|
A hand given to a fellow Vietnam vet and a true brother!