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David Olsen (#47346008)
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Bio Photo Forty-Eight some years ago I served in Vietnam and for whatever reason I now feel compelled to find photographs of all 401 men in my unit that were "killed in action". I still have about 22 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:

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MTC
CPL Tucker
Hello! I saw that you're a Vietnam veteran, and have dedicated to honoring the fallen soldiers in your unit. Just out of curiosity, did you know CPL Kenneth Wayne Tucker? If not, do you know anyone who did? Thanks in advance!
Added by MTC on Feb 17, 2017 12:52 AM
MaryAnn Cornett
Photo of Gene
Thanks for posting the picture of Gene, my husband's brother. Tomorrow (31 Jan 2017) marks the 51st anniversary of his death in the Battle of the Rice Paddy. So long ago, and yet it seems like yesterday.
Added by MaryAnn Cornett on Jan 30, 2017 1:35 PM
Larry Leighton
RE: Laurence Caplan
Thank you! I may do that
Added by Larry Leighton on Jan 22, 2017 8:59 AM
Larry Leighton
RE: Laurence Caplan
I wish the photo was more clear. I plan to go back in the spring to try it again. When I saw his marker and read it, I had tears in my eyes. I was in the Air Force from 61 to 64 but didn't see any action. You guys have my undying respect
Added by Larry Leighton on Jan 21, 2017 6:06 PM
SFC. Dan Brodt
The Wall.com

EDWARD LEE BROWN
Army - SP4 - E4
Age: 19
Race: Negro
Sex: Male
Date of Birth Aug 3, 1947
From: NEW YORK, NY
Religion:
Marital Status: Single
Added by SFC. Dan Brodt on Jan 18, 2017 1:49 PM
SFC. Dan Brodt
WRONG PHOTO
Your photo posted for SPC4 Edward Lee Brown of NY is incorrect. He is Afro American.
REFERENCE NUMBER 6996 6996
NAME BROWN EDWARD LEE BROWN EDWARD LEE
DATE RECORD PROCESSED 6707 6707
SOCIAL SECURITY OR SERVICE # 11820266 11820266
MILITARY GRADE SP4 SPECIALIST FOURTH CLASS
PAY GRADE E4 SPECIALIST FOURTH CLASS (U.S. ARMY) or CORPORAL (U.S. ARMY, U.S. MARINE CORPS) or SERGEANT (U.S. AIR FORCE) or GRADE/RATE ABBREVIATIONS WITH FIRST COLUMN: ANY ENTRY; SECOND COLUMN: N; THIRD COLUMN: 3; FOURTH COLUMN: BLANK (U.S. NAVY, U.S. COAST GUARD) or GRADE/RATE ABBREVIATIONS WITH FIRST COLUMN: ANY ENTRY; SECOND COLUMN: ANY ENTRY; THIRD COLUMN: ANY ENTRY; FOURTH COLUMN: 3 (U.S. NAVY, U.S. COAST GUARD)
DATE OF DEATH or DATE DECLARED DEAD (MM/DD/YYYY) 07/02/67 07/02/1967
HOME OF RECORD CITY NEW YORK NEW YORK
HOME OF RECORD STATE CODE 33 New York
SERVICE OCCUPATIONAL CODE 11B10 Light Weapons Infantry (ARMY)
DATE OF BIRTH (MM/DD/YYYY) 08/03/47 08/03/1947
REASON H Multi-Fragment Wounds
AIRCRAFT OR NOT AIRCRAFT 7 Ground Casualty
RACE N Negro
RELIGION CODE 00 No Religious Preference
Added by SFC. Dan Brodt on Jan 18, 2017 1:42 PM
Larry Leighton
Mount Moriah Photo Request
I'll try to get the picture for you when the weather moderates a little :>)
Added by Larry Leighton on Dec 17, 2016 2:03 PM
cynthia mullens
RE: Larry Vallelonga
Thanks for your note. I'm glad I was able to provide the photo. Best wishes for success with your project.

Cindy
Added by cynthia mullens on Dec 14, 2016 8:44 PM
Investigator
Mission
Davd, Understand your mission, I am devoting my retirement to pretty much the same, making sure all the casualties from my home state are memorialized on Find A Grave as a convenience for their families and other loved ones. Thanks Warrior.
Added by Investigator on Oct 30, 2016 7:21 AM
Marcia CCTX
RE: George Guerra
Thanks for your work on behalf of the families of these men. I lost about 25% of my high school graduation class to Vietnam. Reunions always have a place for these men to be especially remembered. We wondered what they might have become, if given the same chance that the rest of us had.
America is free but it came at a very high price. Service men and women should always be respected by a grateful nation. Thanks again for your service. Marcia CCTX
Added by Marcia CCTX on Oct 12, 2016 11:29 PM
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