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Mike Green
Thank you, Col. Howard, and all American service persons who put their lives on the line for our freedom. Just wanted you to know I am thinking about your sacrifices this Veterans Day, 2009.
10 November 2009 - California

Lee Magruder | leemagruder~AT~webtv~DOT~net
It was many years ago when I was introduced to you in the War Room at Berachah. Thank you for for such grand service you have given our country.
24 October 2009 - Orlando, Florida

John Port | jcportiii~AT~hotmail~DOT~com
Dear COL Howard - I am an Army OCS selectee and will be shipping out in March, 2010. I'm 25 years old and a graduate of Texas A&M University. I came across your page this morning while at work and was inspired by your examples of leadership. I hope to branch aviation once I complete OCS so I can give back to my community as a flight instructor to inner city youth in fixed wing and rotor-wing. Thank you for your patriotism and service to America.

Respectfully,

J. Port,
Fightin' Texas Aggie Class of '07
24 October 2009 - Austin, TX

ranger ted tilson | etilson273~AT~aol~DOT~com
bob howard, will be in sa for dau's af graduation at lackland afb the 30 of oct 09. will arrive on prior wed w/wife. would love to see you after all these years. cell:678 936-5448
20 October 2009 - gainesville, ga. 30506

David C. Friske | reservations~AT~walkingiron~DOT~com
I forgot to add our website;
www.walkingiron.com
All servicemen are welcome...for a special rate, we appreciate you!
30 September 2009 - Mazomanie, WI, USA

David C. Friske | reservations~AT~walkingiron~DOT~com
A true American Hero. How comforting that we can tuck our kids in bed at night...knowing there are men like this protecting America, with the understanding that, for their sacrifice, we owe them all gratitude. We proudly display all of our flags, this month, in special recognition of Col. Howard. We would welcome Col. Howard to stay with us, complimentary, as a gesture of our gratitide. He represents honor, courage and commitment...ideals that we wish upon our children, regardless of their endeavors.
Thank you for your service, Mr. Howard.

Dave Friske
30 September 2009 - Mazomanie, WI, USA

William B Lawton, Sr. Lcdr (ret) | byron5716~AT~att~DOT~net
Thankfully we have Americans like Col. Howard
30 September 2009 - florida

Thomas Teeters, MSgt, USAF (Ret) | tteeters~AT~gmail~DOT~com
I heard Col. Howard speak at Berachah many years ago. I was a young Air Force pup at the time but I knew if he impressed Col. Thieme then Col. Howard must be someone of extraordinary character and courage. He is that and a shinning example of the Royal Family.
27 September 2009 - Michigan

Karen Lambert | k~DOT~j~DOT~lambert~AT~sbcglobal~DOT~net
Robert Howard is a testament to what Americanism truly is. Sir, it is indeed a shame of what has become of our society as to be so lax in dedication and honor. God Bless you Robert. And God Bless the USA!
23 September 2009 - Peoria, IL

Renee Favors | e~DOT~renee~DOT~favors~AT~us~DOT~army~DOT~mil
Thank you for your continued service to our country. You are an inspiration to all that come after you.
22 September 2009 - Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo

Lee Drennan
Thank God for people like Howard; we owe our freedom to them.
10 September 2009 - Louisiana, USA

Sam Young Jr. | sam~DOT~young~DOT~jr~AT~hotmail~DOT~com
I went through SFQC at Camp MacKall in January 1982 when Major Howard was the Commander of Phase I. After Major Howard led one of many 0400hrs ruck marches where many fell out and I was one of the fortunate few that remained, Major Howard lined us all up and said "I would take a battalion of you soldiers now and dare the North Koreans to cross the DMZ!! They wouldn't stand a chance!" A very proud moment for a 23 y/o lieutenant. The dude is tough who I will always remember and recount the stories that January!!
24 August 2009 - Camp MacKall North Carolina

michael | mslot2078~AT~msn~DOT~com
It just bugs me that when a medal of honor winner passes away,it is not announced in most newspapers/This is just outragous
31 July 2009 - jacobsen

CPT David H willett | TNIRISHDHW~AT~yahoo~DOT~com
I remember reading a story in either Soldier of Fortune or Gung Ho about a senior NCO carrying a captured VC on his back for something like a week. The person was a senoir NCO and was promoted to 1st Lt. Col. Howard looks like the person I remember seeing in the photo.
29 July 2009 - Maryland

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