Frank  Denryter email@example.com Comrade in Arms 18682 Thomasine Clinton Twp MI 48036 In my position as State Baseball Commissioner, I was able to publicly honor Gerry and 19 of our brothers from NCOC and my unit, the 173rd Airborne Brigade, last month in our State Tournament Program. We dedicated the various tournaments to groups of these brave young men. If any friend or relative sees this post and would like a copy of the program just email me and I will be glad to send it.
Aug 29, 2010
William Taylor a Fellow Veteran How do you, separate, the bravery, of a single solider, from the waste land, that is war. How do you pay tribute, to the reasons, that these heroes, served and at the same time, know the uselessness of war? These men served, with honor. They sacrificed, their lives and all, of their tomorrows, simply, because this country they loved, so well asked, them to. Over 58,000, lives lost, for what? God bless you, Gerald. May, you rest well, in God's loving, embrace and I pray, for all the heroes, in uniform, that some day the wars, will end. Apr 27, 2010
Frank Denryter firstname.lastname@example.org Comrade 18682, Thomasine, Clinton Township, MI., 48036, USA Someone, from the unit, should remember him. He was, the first person I met, at LZ., North English. I was destined for humping, with B, Co., but he grabbed me, off the chopper, pad and somehow, got me switched, to Delta. He told me, I was going to be, his replacement. That never came, to pass. He wanted, to avenge the loss, of two of his troopers, in the Phu Nong, ambush, so he took the point, that fateful day. Sadly, it cost him, his life. He tried, to warn the others, behind him, but no sooner, than he yelled, the booby trap, detonated. His good friend, Sgt., Cook was, also killed. Let them long be remembered, for their sacrifice. Jan 2, 2010
You, are not Forgotten.
May 30, 2007
Manuel Pino 2/8 Bco 1st Cav-68-69 email@example.com Fellow Vietnam Army Vet In the rising and setting of the sun, we remember them. In the blowing of the wind and the chill of the winter, we remember them. In the opening of the buds, the blueness of the sky, the rustle of the leaves and the blanketing of the snow, we remember them. When we are weary, lost , and sick at heart, when we have joys to share , we remember them. For as long as we live they too shall live, for they are a part of us always. Saturday, April 22, 2006
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