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Alan  Ables
College classmate
My memory of Chuck grows more dear with each passing year. Thanks for your service, sir. You are not forgotten.
Jan 27, 2011

Sandra  (Smith) Vinson
Little Rock Central High Grad 1962
Remembering the distinguished service and the devastating loss of Maj. Darr this Memorial Day. Gratefully, SandyV.
May 29, 2010

Gary  Miller
16701 Cooper Orbit Rd. Little Rock AR 72210 USA
Charles Edward Darr
I knew Chuck when we were young a infrequently attended the same little rural. His sister Susan was a sweet girl who loved her big brother very much. He was a decent and caring man. Thank you Chuck for your personal sacrifice. You are not forgotten.
Feb 13, 2010

You, are not Forgotten.

Memorial, at former Blytheville, (Eaker) AFB., Arkansas.
Nov 11, 2009

Roy  Spencer
Vietnam Veteran- Air Force Pilot
Lest We Forget Our Heroes
On December 21, 1972, a B52, bomber, from the 72nd, Strat Wing, Anderson, AFB., Guam, was sent on, a bombing mission, during the famed Christmas Bombings. The Christmas Bombings, despite press accounts, to the contrary, were, of the most precise, the world had seen. A very high percentage, of B52, aircrew, that were shot down, were captured, immediately and returned, in 1973. Beyond that number, several were known, to have made it safely, to the ground, yet, did not return, for unknown reasons. When the B52, from 72, Strat Wing, Guam was hit, by a surface-to-air missile, in the early hours, of December 21, 1972, the fate, of the crew members, was unknown. Multiple, emergency beepers, were heard by aircraft, in the area, indicating, that several of the crew members, had safely bailed out, of the crippled aircraft. One was, captured and subsequently released, in March, the following year. The U.S., did not know, he had been captured. The remains, of Charles E. Darr were returned, six, days short, of the sixteenth, anniversary, of their shoot-down. The positive identification, was announced, in August 1989. Another, returned POW., Ernest Moore, mentioned, that he believed, Darr, had been held, at the 'Zoo,' in Hanoi, but the U.S., never, changed Darr's status, from Missing, to Prisoner. There is every reason, to suspect, the Vietnamese knew what happened, to all the crew members.
Sep 15, 2009

Malcolm   Kirby
USAF Veteran-191st photo recon.
Rest in Peace, my Brother
You will not be forgotten...
Feb 25, 2008

manny g
Fellow Veteran 69-70 An Khe
Union Gap, WA. 98903
“You are Remembered”
Peace and condolence, to the family and friends. “He which hath no stomach, to this fight, let him depart. But we in it, shall be remembered. We few, we happy few, we band of brothers!! For he today, that sheds his blood with me, shall always be my brother.” Rest in peace brave soldier, you have not been forgotten. (W.Shakespeare) May God Bless you, for your Sacrifice!!!
Feb 25, 2008

Bill Gallenstein
USAF Veteran
Zephyrhills FL 33541 USA
A very proud cold war USAF veteran remembers you on this day. My God bless you and your family always. I salute you, Thank you
Jun 21, 2007

Grateful American
American Hero
Thank you, MAJ., Darr, for your service, to country and ultimate sacrifice. Rest well, brave airman and rest assured, that you, Sir, are not forgotten.
Thursday, September 15, 2005

U.S. MARINE Viet-Nam Veteran
Fellow Vet.
Pottsville, Pa., USA
"It is said, a man is not dead, unless he is, forgotten." You did, what others failed, to do and you, are not forgotten. BROTHERS FOREVER!
Monday, December 23, 2002

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