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Herbert Agal130 views
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Dianne Bayer106 viewsServed in the Army after college.
From Guest Book
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William Brown115 viewsBilly Brown was a helicopter pilot.
Submitted by Jack Ravin
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Howard Burdick172 views13 years active and reserve duty USNR. Viet Nam Veteran - 3 tours (fortunately all shipboard).
Submitted by Howard Burdick
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Bill Chambers113 viewsSix years in the Navy.
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Tom Fackrell219 viewsVietnam Vet
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John Leway144 views
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Roger Marshall191 viewsBorn: Aug. 22, 1946
Died: Nov. 19, 1967 in Quang Tin, Republic of Vietnam
Misc: Hostile - Killed, Gunshot or Small Arms Fire on the ground.
Infantry Direct Fire Crewman (Army).
Virtual Wall Created by John Williams
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Roger Marshall141 viewsJohn Williams at the California Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Sacramento pointing to Roger Marshall's name.
Submitted by John & Linda Williams
Virtual Wall Created by John Williams
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Roger Marshall112 viewsA rubbing of Roger's name.
Submitted by John & Linda Williams
Virtual Wall Created by John Williams
Virtual Rubbings
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Walter Imperial Medina105 viewsBorn: Sep. 23, 1946 - Texas
Died: 11 Dec 1993 - San Bernardino, CA
Misc: I knew him well. I sort of followed him after high school in a few ways. We both had '62 Chevy Impalas and we both entered the Marine Corps. He left in early 1966, I in August of '66. We got together a few times in 1968 when we both made it home. It turned out that we served in the same area. He was wounded in action while serving with one of the most decorated units in Marine Corps history. The 2nd Batalion, 4th Marine Regiment. They went where the action was and he was wounded in action during his tour. I was sorry to hear that he had been killed in a car accident after all he had been in Vietnam. The irony. From Steve Unzueta USMC Viet Vet
Submitted by Steve Unzueta
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Ed Mendoza98 viewsEd Mendoza was a medic who was the last one I saw at a fire base on the way to Japan where I stayed for 3 months at the 249th general hospital before reassignment to Korea's DMV..58 below 0 in the winter and 130 summers with 100% humidit. He did 2 tours, married a VN girl and was a medic there.
Submitted by Jack Ravin.
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