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Dylan Howard | nekoaoki~AT~gmail~DOT~com
I'm his grandson but I live in France and never met him... I wish I could go back in time.
6 December 2016 - France

Joe Prince | jprince848~AT~frontier~DOT~com
An amazing warrior.Long slow salute !
5th ID, D 1/11
Northern I Corps 4/69-/4/70
29 November 2016 - Ohio

Geoffrey D Taylor -- 82nd Airborne 1972-76 | gdt928~AT~aol~DOT~com
COL Howard, your bravery and heroism will never be forgotten. I am honored to have worn the uniform. All The Way, Sir!
26 November 2016 - Seattle, Wa

Steven U. Teitelbaum | ltleahy~AT~yahoo~DOT~com
I had the distinct Honor of having dinner with the Colonel and his daughter at the MoH Society meeting in Saratoga Springs NY. I was honored to be with him for almost 3 hours. I have never met a more self-effacing or gentle man with such stature. I will never forget the occasion, ever.
14 November 2016 - Slingerlands NY

Alex Stoney, Biritish Army 97-15 | Stephen~DOT~stoney~AT~icloud~DOT~com
A Hero in every sense... True warrior.
22 October 2016 - UK

MSG (Ret.) T. Shelton Bailey | Bluudmasta~AT~ aol~DOT~com
I personally meet him when I was a private in 1985. I was honored to her him speak. His dedication to duty and honor inspired me to be the soldier and American I am today.
16 October 2016 - Rocky Mount NC

16 August 2016 - ARIZONA TUCSON

Ryan Wasser | rjwasserofficial30~AT~gmail~DOT~com
Colonel Howard is an inspiration to me in a generation that sorely needs heroes. The world is a lesser place without him.
14 August 2016 - Allentown, PA

Randolph Hampton | jrhamp~AT~hotmail~DOT~com
COL Howard will live on in history as one of our greatest American Soldiers..a tribute to dedication, courage, honor and sacrifice.
2 August 2016 - Overseas

Thomas S Bouck (US Army Ret) | tsbouck~AT~att~DOT~net
I had the privilege of serving with COL Howard while with the 7 CORPS in Stuttgart Germany. It was an honor!
24 July 2016

john silvers | johndsilvers71~AT~gmail~DOT~com
Today,june 3rd the media celebrates the passing of draft dodging puke ,muhammed ali...a gifted pugilist but thats my world , and i never served in the military, bob howard, james nick rowe, lance sijan, dick meadows, and fred zabitowsky are the heroes...not people that play sports
4 June 2016 - staten island, ny

Cpl. Robert W. Coates USA-Ret. | coates~DOT~rw~AT~gmail~DOT~com
Thank you Colonel Howard for your heroic dedication and service to your fellow soldiers and country. "Rest in peace Sir"
4 June 2016 - Bradenton, Fl.

Kenneth Mulligan | kennymulligan33~AT~yahoo~DOT~com
Want to say thank you for all of his brave service he did in the name of his country & men God bless him & all the men & women who serve are nation
30 May 2016 - Riverview Fla.

Floyd Kohman | Bigblue7~AT~centurylink~DOT~net
I am a Vietnam Nam veteran and it truly was an honor to read his accomplishments. May he rest in peace
29 May 2016 - Chaka mn

Ron Piekarz | ronpcsd~AT~aol~DOT~com
I'm just a grateful American, attempting to honor our heroes as Memorial day approaches 5/26/16
26 May 2016 - brooklyn ny

Ronald L. Rabie, USMC Vietnam | pattiandronrabie~AT~yahoo~DOT~com
Just read the story of Colonel Howard in MACVSOG. Well, that which can be told at any rate. Amazing man. True hero. Semper Fi, Colonel.
23 May 2016 - St Johns, AZ

Frank Lane | flane23~AT~gmail~DOT~com
My first contact with a Marine was Major Wayne Rollings in 1981. He was former enlisted and served in Vietnam. He won the Navy Cross for saving the lives of his force recon team. He was also awarded the silver star, purple heart and many other awards for bravery. People like him and Robert Howard are heroes and should always remembered for their service and to remember those who didn't return. Major Rollings was an inspiration and although I never met Robert Howard I believe I knew someone like him.
6 May 2016 - United States VIrginia

Jeff | avsvcgrp~AT~yahoo~DOT~com
Thank you Sir! REST IN PEACE.
3 May 2016

Deborah R
Even though I only did PT with him at Ft Bragg in the 80's he was such an inspiration to be near. An unassuming man, one would never guess what he'd been through. Epitome of an American Hero. Sine Pari, Sir
30 April 2016 - NC

Martha Meagher | marbud~AT~windstream~DOT~net
I'm sorry to say that I never knew Col. Howard. He risk his life tremendously to save the life of others and to protect our freedom. I'm sorry I never knew him and had the opportunity to shake his hand. Reading all that he accomplished brought me to tears. Our brave soldiers are never given enough recognition. Thank You Col Howard!
18 April 2016 - Louisville, Kentucky

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