JOHN  O'DONNELL MARINE VET HONORING A YOUNG BRAVE MARINE HERO THIS MAN HAS GIVEN OF HIMSELF EVERTHING HE COULD, SO THAT HIS BROTHER MARINES AND THE PEOPLE BACK HOME COULD LIVE A MORE PEACEFUL LIFE. THIS GIFT OF HIS LIFE SHOWS THE GREATNESS OF THIS HERO. HERO'S DON'T WEAR A CAPE OR MASK NO! THEY WEAR MARINE GREEN.HERO'S COME IN DIFFERENT SHAPE'S AND SIZE'S. AS EACH DAY PASSES,WE MUST TAKE THE TIME TO REMEMBER WHAT THIS HERO GAVE UP! SO THAT WE COULD LIVE IN A FREE SOCIETY. THANK YOU ! SEMPER FI! HERO YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN DOSEN'T MATTER IF YOU ARE A 2YR, 3YR, 4YR, ENLISTMENT OR A DRAFTEE OR RESERVIST, YOU HAVE EARNED THE TITTLE OF U.S. MARINE! A NATION CRIES OUT FOR THE LOSS OF ITS SON.
May 2, 2014
mike hulak MHULAK0330@BELLSOUTH.NET fellow marine in same unit 161 robbins bvd. daphne al 36526 I was on the same helicopter that crashed taking your life.I have often thought of that day, why God took you but spared me.38 years have gone by but I still think of that day and how you made the ultimate sacrifice for your country. May you rest in peace and God be with you my fellow Marine.........Mike Hulak Jul 3, 2007
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 2, 2007
A Fellow Veteran A Tribute to a true American Hero This Vietnam Vet is undoubtedly one of the bravest Americans that's ever lived! Never in American history has this nation been so against its military, and it's never happened since. He could have burned his draft card, remained in school or defected to Canada, but he chose to bravely ANSWER THE CALL made by his Nation. Meanwhile the pubic held blame against him and his fellow soldiers for the decisions made by the politicians of the day. This brave individual stood with his fellow soldiers and gave everything he had. His sacrifice then has made America and our freedom stronger. PFC Charles Winfred Pool. today is the very day you had made the ultimate supreme sacrifice.You gave your life for your country. So many years ago, and so far from your home and loved ones. A fellow veteran pays tribute today to your memory, your bravery, your honor, and your commitment to duty and freedom. Thank you for answering the call. May you rest well in Gods loving embrace Brave Solider. For you Sir ARE a TRUE American hero whose sacrifice has made a difference. Today you are remembered by a fellow veteran and proud American. Tomorrow you shall not be forgotten by a now grateful nation. Because in the rising and setting of the sun, we shall remember you. In the blowing of the wind and the chill of the winter, we shall remember you. In the opening of the buds, the blueness of the sky, the rustle of the leaves and the blanketing of the snow, we shall remember you. When we are weary, lost , and sick at heart, when we have joys to share , we shall remember you. For as long as we live you too shall live, for you are a part of us always. May God bless you and bring peace to your friends, family and loved ones. May 2, 2007
Dennis Powers firstname.lastname@example.org Closest buddy in Vietnam Weatherford TX 76087 USA You will never be forgotten
Dennis on the right, Charlie on his right. Tuna, as we called him will always be missed by me. I had a picture of him with 4 other buddies 1969. I carried that picture with me for over 30 years. With the help of another individual I was able to mail that picture to his brother.
CWO4 Dennis Powers Retired Mar 14, 2007
Bob Gray email@example.com high school friend POB 96 eleanor, wv 25070 us I knew Charlie Pool at Oak Hill Academy, Mouth of Wilson, VA, fall of 1965. He also had a younger brother, Wiley, in attendance at OHA. I recall Charlie as being a spirited individual with a defined set of values and beliefs. He was a good listener, as well as commenter. As I recall, it was Don Hassler of the same school who advised me of the sad passing of Charlie. RIP "You did good." Tuesday, September 26, 2000
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