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Mossy McSharry | brucefoley12~AT~gmail~DOT~com
Bob Howard was and will always remain an American hero of the highest honor. Col. Howard is an inspiration to American fighting men all over the globe. Indeed, Bob Howard will continue to inspire fighting men from every land and nation. America's best. Damn right he was. No better man ever walked the planet. You did not die Bob. You live on in our hearts. R.I.P Soldier +
14 February 2013 - Boston, MA.

Ted Sarandis
An incredible man we must always remember! We can lead the lives we do in this country only because of amazing warriors like Colonel Howard who fought hard to keep us free & safe!. As General Patton said so well, I am not sad that men died in combat, I am glad these warriors lived! May their memory be eternal!
19 January 2013 - West Palm Beach Florida

Marty Conrad | marty~AT~martyconrad~DOT~com
I learned of SOG while visiting the Veteran's Museum in Chehalis, WA. I am inspired by the courage and valor of the men in this unit. Hand to Helmet and Semper Fidelis.
18 January 2013 - San Diego, CA

Marvin Schober SGM US Army RET | marvinsgm~AT~comcast~DOT~net
We should allways acknowledge and show respect for the men and women of the Armed Forces. COL Howard is one of our real hero's showing great courage and bravery in his actions to save his other soldiers. The media whould wake up and give time to the unspoken Hero's of the military.
5 January 2013 - Colrado

DAVID PLUNKETT, CHAPLAIN,USA,RET. | plunkett~DOT~david~AT~rocketmail~DOT~com
Thanks for your amazing service to GOD and country...BLESSINGS...
18 December 2012 - Noblesville,Indiana

Eric Mulkey | ericmulk~AT~gmail~DOT~com
Sir, I wish we could have met in IRQ or AFG but I guess we were never in the same place at the same time. Rest well my friend in the knowledge that you truly did your duty to God and country 1000 times over.

Semper Fi,

LTC Mulkey
38 months in AFG/IRQ 2003-12
10 December 2012 - Knoxville, TN

John Townsend | ttim512~AT~hot~DOT~rr~DOT~com
Col. Howard used to come down to Berachah Church in Houston, Texas and talk to us occassionaly. Always enjoyed listening to a true American Hero. Thank You!
8 December 2012 - Killeen, Texas

Gil Batio | g_batio~AT~yahoo~DOT~com
I had the privilege of being led by, at the time by Major Howard as commandant of Camp McCall. He was the Ideal Special Forces soldier. No man impressed me more and I had the opportunity to meet all of the surviving SF Medal of Honor winners from Vietnam at a fund raiser for the SF museum.

I remember on one 12 mile ruck with 65 pound rucks and full combat equipment, we had 2 M60's per team that we would rotate carrying. I got the M60 early and no one would or could relieve me, many cases of heat stroke that day. I had to carry it for most of the ruck and started to fall out of the formation. Major Howard hung back with me as I struggled for miles, he finally asked me respectfully "do want me to carry that 60 for you son" I yelled no sir and somehow found the strength to catch up and then carried that 60 for the whole gut busting ruck. I think I earned his respect that day, as a week later he ignored the team leader and said to me "seems like your loosing a lot of trainees this class" I replied "just separating the wheat from the chaff sir" and I saw him smile for only the second time.

The first time I saw him smile was at the initial briefing at JFK center. He was welcoming our class of 278 to Camp McCall and stated casually that "he could jump off this podium and kill half of us with his bare hands and the other would kill ourselves trying to get out the door and escape". He just looked at us and smiled and every single one of us believed him without a doubt.

He was a man of honor, integrity and high moral fiber he never swore or yelled just provided us with an example to aspire to.

When he got to heaven... St Peter had to say how did you earn your living, how did you earn your pay? I earned my living as a Special Forces soldier down on earth there wasn't a Soldier that was bolder. If Colonel Howard contacted me from heaven and asked me to parachute into hell, my response would be..."I will get my gear sir".
24 November 2012 - Geneva, IL

1SG Joey | namlrp33~AT~gmail~DOT~com
I felt I needed to stop by and visit to pay my respects on Veterans Day. It feels like it was a week ago and next month it will be 3 years since he passed. I will always miss him. R.I.P. SIR!
SUA SPONTE
11 November 2012 - Texas

john stevenson | pstevenson7~AT~sky~DOT~com
just read about colonel robert l howard,then audie murphy.robert howard must be the most decorated soldier ever.i am proud to have read about this mighty warrior.
10 November 2012 - scotland,uk

Jeremy Schipp | schippjeremy~AT~ymail~DOT~com
God Bless you Colonel Howard, Thankyou for your service, May you rest in peace forever
8 November 2012 - Australia

Ray Bedford (formerly of the Australian Army and AFP) | rayzor1603~AT~gmail~DOT~com
Warrant Officer II Arthur 'Robbie' Robinson. DCM BEM C.Dec (Retired) formerly of the British Army and the Australian Army who served with distinction in Vietnam as a member of the Australian Army Training Team Vietnam (AATTV) (the most highly decorated Australian Army unit for active service and acts of gallantry and valour). He was decorated for distinguished conduct in action and decorated as a distinguished citizen of the Commonwealth, Life Member of the U.S. Ranger Hall of Fame and Honorary Life Patron of the Red Beret International Paratroop Association Inc sadly passed away yesterday (10 October 2012) at his home on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.

His passing is a great loss to this nation, to his friends, to his 'Brothers in Arms', to his colleagues and to his family.

May he Rest In Peace and 'Lest We Forget'

Ray Bedford
Historian
RBIPA Inc.
10 October 2012 - AUSTRALIA

Sgt Nichols USMC | robert~DOT~nichols80~AT~gmail~DOT~com
RIP. What an impressive career. Military history books will be rewritten and you will be remembered forever.
9 October 2012 - USA

1SG James L. Johns (Ret) | james~DOT~johns_sr~AT~yahoo~DOT~com
As a young Spec 4 in C Co 75th Ranger, I was in awe of this Commander. I still am. RIP Colonel....I know you are Charlie Mike
8 October 2012 - Georgia

Raymond E. Forbess, Sr. | rayf~AT~mfdefenselawyer~DOT~com
This man spoke at my son's OCS graduation at Ft. Benning, Georgia. I will remember him as the most impressive human being I have ever met. You can keep your other heroes. He died within the year so he was probably battling sickness as he spoke to the new young officers.
14 September 2012 - Ft. Benning

Nicholas E. Espinoza | nick~DOT~espinoza~AT~us~DOT~army~DOT~mil
I had the honor to receive a Scroll of Appreciation bearing his signature. LTC Howard (then) was assigned as Commander Special Trrops Battalion HQs VII Corps
28 August 2012 - Landstul Regional Medical Center, Germany

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27 August 2012 - US

Gary L. Halverson | GarMar75~AT~comcast~DOT~net
You were an inspiration to all of us in Vietnam in the 60's , Sir . Thank you for your life of devotion to our freedom .......
14 August 2012 - RVN 68 -69-70 .

Dean Harp 1/509 & 12th SFG | augustrain~AT~sbcglobal~DOT~net
America can never have enough men such as Colonel Howard!
1 August 2012

Kenneth Ellman | ke~AT~kennethellman~DOT~com
Those days and times of Vietnam were terrible. Most of all the behavior of some of our fellow Americans towards those who were there and fought is really, in retrospect, incomprehensible. It is hard to accept that during many of those years an irrationality crept into the American mind that looked upon our soldiers not as our own but as the enemy. Today looking back there is just no way to understand how so many in our nation turned not just against the war but against those who served. Your web site about Robert L. Howard is a powerful repudiation of those attacks upon our soldiers. The tape recorded interviews made by Robert L. Howard and other MOH holders brings these men into a deeply needed visibility. It should be a requirement in every High School to hear and see the accumulated MOH records and recordings.
I can only say thank you very much for making this web site. It is deeply appreciated as was Robert L. Howard. Anyone who heard his voice knows he was a powerful force for our nation.
May his voice continue to be heard. To his family I say thank you for giving him to us. Kenneth Ellman, email:ke@kennethellman.com, Box 18, Newton, NJ 07860
26 July 2012 - Box 18, Newton, NJ 07860

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