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Rob  Pearce
Marine Sgt Nam 66' 67'
Remembering a Corpsman lost serving with the Marines. Semper Fi Doc.
Jun 28, 2015

Well the name DOC is something to behold. Not everyone can be a DOC It takes a man with special courage and conviction to be a NAVY CORPSMAN (DOC). These men go into battle with not weapons but with medical kits. and then when the battle is at it's fiercest than the call come DOC up. and while bullets and bombs going off the CORPSMAN goes out to aid his fallen charges. These MEN are real HERO'S and we should remember there deeds daily. SEMPER FI I SALUTE YOU FOR ALL YOU DID AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE TO YOUR MARINES AND COUNTRY
Apr 1, 2014

Rick  Dunn

Rest in peace with the warriors.
Mar 17, 2013

2311 Atchison Dr. Laurel Mt. 59044 USA
As Time Goes By
Dear Robert, I want you to know your son Robert is married and lives in Lincoln, Montana. He has had his problems but we love him vry much. We see him at least once a year. Shirley, your beloved wife lives in Gt Falls. You have been missed by so many. I look foreward to welcoming you back when you are resurrected to a paradise earth. No more WAR!!! I love you. Linda
Jan 29, 2013

Lawrence  Englert
Rest in peace brave Corpsman. You are not forgotten.
Jan 8, 2012

Shawn  Fairman
Eternal Friend
New Mexico USA
As one LIFE ends, one LIFE begins...
On January 8th, 1967, Twenty-Four (24) US Soldiers were killed in the line of duty in Vietnam. This is one day in the life of a war that spanned almost 20 years of our history. On this day, all branches of the service (except the Coast Guard) experienced casualties, with the Army totaling 19. These 24 soldiers were killed in 7 provinces while 3 were killed in the general South Vietnam area. Three quarters of these 24 soldiers were single while 14 of them were 20 years old and under. These 24 soldiers were from 17 states, with New York having the most, at 3 casualties. It is interesting to note that these heroes represented a cross section of our society, geographically and age wise. It is the hope that we can see these brave men again one day that keeps our resolve strong and equally more dedicated to fighting the good fight and furthering the cause of peace and humanity. So as a day goes by in WAR, remember how one day and one person can make a difference. We can honor heroes by remembering them and we can remember heroes by honoring their ultimate sacrifice which has helped to ensure the freedoms and liberties that we all have experienced, in this specific case, some 44 years later. Robert Green, was one of these heroes and I fervently appreciate Robert welcoming me into a world as the day Robert lost his life was the day I was born. I could never thank Robert enough for it and I pray to God that one day, I can meet Robert and let him know what a hero I think he is.
May 31, 2011

Semper  Fi
Semper Fi, Doc. Thank you for your service to your country and to the Corps.
Jan 8, 2010

manny  g
Fellow Veteran 69-70 An Khe
Union Gap, WA. 98903
“You are Remembered”
Peace and condolence, to the family and friends. “GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS, THAT HE LAY DOWN HIS LIFE, FOR HIS FRIENDS” **John 15:13** “You are my friend, always remembered, never forgotten. ” May God Bless you, for your Sacrifice!!!
Jan 31, 2009

Grateful American
Wilmington, DE USA
I whispered your name today. Rest in peace, brave soldier.
Friday, October 22, 2004

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