Faces of the American Dead: One Week's Toll, June 1969

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    Faces of the American Dead: One Week's Toll, June 1969

    God Bless the families of these heroes this Memorial Day weekend. May we never forget.

    ?Faces of the American Dead in Vietnam,? LIFE Magazine, June 1969 | LIFE.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottync View Post
    God Bless the families of these heroes this Memorial Day weekend. May we never forget.

    ?Faces of the American Dead in Vietnam,? LIFE Magazine, June 1969 | LIFE.com
    Thank you for posting this.
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    Richard D. Miller PFC Marines. Died March 1968 in the Quang Tri Province. He was my friend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Str8upguy View Post
    Richard D. Miller PFC Marines. Died March 1968 in the Quang Tri Province. He was my friend.
    I was in that area and left country in May of 68. Yes, we lost lot of friends then.
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    While the KIA numbers were much smaller, Vietnam brought the horror of war to every Americans living room. Never forget.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Str8upguy View Post
    Richard D. Miller PFC Marines. Died March 1968 in the Quang Tri Province. He was my friend.
    PFC Richard D. Miller - Unites States Marine Corp

    You will be in my prayers today with the many others that paid the supreme price. Rest in Peace. You are not forgotten.
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    Kindly take a minute out to remember John Brooks ~ U.S. Army ~ K.I.A. Vietnam ~ April 19, 1968 R.I.P.
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    In remembrance of all our fallen brothers and sisters, with prayerful hope that their sacrifices will never have been in vain. RIP.


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    RIP & Thank you all.

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    Crazy to think how many were killed weekly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    Kindly take a minute out to remember John Brooks ~ U.S. Army ~ K.I.A. Vietnam ~ April 19, 1968 R.I.P.
    Hail the Honored Fallen...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt45 View Post
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    .....again, Hail the Honored Fallen.
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    Saphy Gibson April 19 1968. KIA
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    Four sailors, killed in Vietnam in 1967, laid to rest at Arlington | Navy Times | navytimes.com

    Flying a rescue mission for downed pilot.

    While I breathe each of you 58,260 will be remembered and honored.
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