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Debbie  Gage
You fought for your country, and you fought for your friend. What a true hero! The world should know about real heroes like you. I know how proud your family must be, although pride can never replace your loss. I know – I lost my brother in Viet Nam, also. I have never written on anyone's wall page but my own brother's but I truly was gripped by this sad story of heroism. To your family - although I learned of Phillip Curtis Adams’ courage and bravery only today, I will never forget. Happy Birthday, Phillip!
May 24, 2013

Sofia  C.
You are a true hero. Standing strong and bold. Up in heaven you may be looking down. You gave your life for this country and that is a worthy sacrifice. May you now that you are in my heart and many others. Sofia C.
Apr 16, 2010

mark  carr
n.d., U.S.A.
A hero, for ever
Just a note, to thank you, for your courage and dedication, Pvt., Curtis. You are, remembered and missed. M.C.
May 9, 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!!!
May 5, 2007

SP/4Donal Reeves
fellow soldier, vietnam, co.
106, Woodland Ave., Ewing twp., NJ., 08638, USA
my brother phillip, forever
I was the one, who tried to save you, that day, as you gave your life, trying to save your best friend, in our unit. All of these years, went by and I still see you, that day and I still try, to save you. I sang, at your memorial we held, for you. We fought for you, to be awarded, the soldiers cross and I dont know, how, that turned out? I cannot understand, what else you could have done, to deserve, the highest award and why we had to beg them, to consider. It's ok though, God saw, everything and I know he has watched, over you and your family. see you later, my friend and brother.
Nov 2, 2006

Jim Helmick
fellow vet.
Seattle, Wa., 98146, USA
For you, your family & friends. we didn't, forget about you. Rev: 21, 3&4
Wednesday, May 24, 2000

Mike Burgoon
Admirer & Neighbor
Haddon Township, NJ
You were my Camden County, NJ neighbor, but we never met. You died on my 17th birthday. I was applying for my driver's permit in Berlin, NJ that day. You were in South Vietnam giving your life in the service your country. You weren't much older than I and lived only a few miles down the road. Yet our lives were worlds apart. It's possible that you had no choice but to enlist, or maybe you were drafted. I was able to go on to college. Although deferrments were eliminated a year before, my lottery number was very high at 292. Two of my good friends had #7. However, they and, as I recall, no one born in 1953 was drafted. Perhaps your sacrifice in 1970 is the reason we now are enjoying life, family & friends in 2003. THANK YOU!
Sunday, November 09, 2003

George Niccolls
None we are both from new england
You lived in New Jersey, I lived in New York. We never met, For this I am sorry. You lost your life, so I can be free. All I can say is, Thank you. You will never be forgotten. Iwis I could shake your hand.
Saturday, March 27, 2004

Jim Robertson
Windsor, CO., 80550, United States
You, are not forgotten!
Friday, May 24, 2002

Janet Rupf
You are remembered, now and always, for what you gave, to this Country. You have, our thanks and Rest in Peace, with God.
Thursday, June 26, 2003

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