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Oscar  Garcia
Thank you for your services, R.I.P. You're a true hero.
May 10, 2014

David  Moshier
3005 N. Serenity Drive Watertown South Dakota 57201-8326 USA
You can see the South Dakota Vietnam War Memorial on Gerald Aadland at following web page:
Mar 21, 2014

Ruth  Bensen
Thankful American
A Prayer to the Patriots
To lay down life for love on one's country, true patriotism. I pray to you, Holy God, that this soldier may rest in your Majesty as he has fought his war physically and spiritually here on earth. Now I thank you that he no longer bears the hurt that the world brings to those in it, and that he feels no distress or pain in your Heavenly Kingdom. As his wars are over here on earth, he may reap the benefits of his faith and dedication to you. Amen.
Aug 1, 2012

Mike  Sarachman
Felow Viet Nam Vet
Memorial Day 2011,, Just wanted to say hi and God Bless You
May 30, 2011

Wanda  Emory
I Will Never Forget
“ 'Let no vandalism of avarice or neglect, no ravages of time testify to the present or to the coming generations that we have forgotten as a people the cost of a free and undivided republic.' General Logan - May 5, 1868 Thank you, for your service, your honor, and your uncommon courage!
May 30, 2011

Ed  Pape
Fellow American
Thank You Gerald for your courage!
You and the other 58,000kias are not forgotten! RIP all!
May 30, 2011

Victoria  Lakey
I want to thank every single one of these men on the wall and everyone that died that did not make it on the wall. These men were the bravest of all. I am honered and blesswed to say that these men are Americans.
May 16, 2011

William  Taylor
A Fellow Veteran
'It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived.' General George Patton
May 30, 2010

David  Moshier
Classmate & Friend in Sisseton, SD
3005 N. Serenity Drive Watertown SD 7201 Codington
Sisseton High School Class of 1963 Gave One Of Its' Best

Gerald (Jerry) and I attended the Sisseton, South Dakota public school system together. We graduated in May 1963 from Sisseton High School. During high school, he participated in Football, basketball, track, cross country, intramural. He was a perfect gentleman to all his classmates and neighbors during all the years I knew him. He loved his country to the upmost and ended up giving his life in protecting our freedoms and his country’s policy. Herbert Hoover once said “Older men war. But it’s the youth who must fight and die” All of his Sisseton High School classmates miss Jerry and appreciate his ultimate sacrifice for our country's policy. We know he is with the Lord in heaven. David J. Moshier
Dec 18, 2009

paul  kaczowski
I was there, on 'Hill 990'
151, Buffalo Ave., #807, niagara falls, new york, 14303, USA
I didn't know, Gerald, he was in my co., but not, in my platoon. The night he died, D, co., was, on 'Hill 990,' on the Cambodian Border. We were Attacked that night, by a Battalion, of NVA., Soldiers. They had broken through, half the perimeter, the Battle started about 1:a.m. and lasted, until dawn. It was 5, hours, of absolute 'HELL, ON EARTH!' He Died Fighting!!! If any member, of the Family of Gerald, would like to contact me, please do. My E-mail address, is Sincerely yours, Paul F. Kaczowski
Jul 13, 2007

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