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Roy  Spencer
Vietnam Veteran-Air Force Pilot
Lest We Forget Their Sacrifice
2nd Lieutenant George H. Bonnell, III, was downed on 28 October 1966 while on a rescue mission over South Vietnam. The HH-43 helicopter he was copiloting was struck by automatic weapons fire while on the way to pick up wounded soldiers. He was rescued and reported as very seriously injured on 29 October 1966, with multiple fractures. He died of these injuries on 12 November 1966.
Nov 12, 2013

Malcolm  Kirby
USAF Veteran - 191st photo recon.
Vietnam Veterans of America - Chapter 785
Rest in Peace, my Brother. You will not be forgotten...
Mar 13, 2009

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!!!
Nov 12, 2007

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
Apr 3, 2007

Bert Brundridge
Friend & member, of same Rescue, Det.
Lakehills, TX., 78063, USA
I was, an enlisted, Flight Engineer, stationed, with Lt., Bonnell, in Det., 9, 38th, Air Rescue & Recovery Squadron, at Pleiku, Air Base, Vietnam. Although, I was an enlisted, man and 10, years older, than "Spike," I considered him, a friend and was shocked, when he & his crew, were shot down, while rescuing wounded, Army troops, west, of Pleiku. Due, to his pilot, skills and personality, he was well, liked and respected, by all of us, in the Detachment.
Thursday, November 29, 2001

Thomas Iannarino
High school varsity teammates
105 W. Spindletree way
Greer, SC 29650 USA
Spike and I were Worthignton High School varsity basketball teammates. He was a great student, player and was the first sophomore to be on the school's starting five. He went on to the Air Force Academy were he excelled in water polo. Three months after Spike's death, as I was flying over the same area as he did, I remembered his sacrific and the sacrifices of all the other servicemen who make our country great. Thank you Spike, you will always be remembered and honored.
Monday, November 29, 2004

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