What an inspiring website!
Joe Ramos, A Co. 2/75, 1976-77, crashed & burned (towed jumper) Jan/77
- Operation Jack Frost/Alaska. Honored to have served in the same unit as
this true American hero.
BUL 2(DV) JERRY C. RAWLINS
The marines can boast all they want but reading about Col. Howard makes
me proud to have been a member of the United States Army. My sincerest
thanks go out to Col. Howard and all the rest of our servicemen and women
past, present, and future!
My sincerest thanks to all who have served our great country. I will
never forget and my children will know the sacrifice that has been made
for them too.
THANKS , RONALD S. PONSELL . GRIFFIN GA.
AS AN AIR FORCE FIGHTER PILOT IN VIETNAM, I COULD ONLY OBSERVE THE MANY
HEROIC ACTS BY THE GROUND FORCES AND AM SO HONORED TO BE ABLE TO HAVE AN
OPPORTUNITY TO SIGN THIS WEB GUEST LIST IN TRIBUTE TO ALL OUR HEROS. I AM
PROUD TO HAVE BEEN INSTRUMENTAL IN THE $3,000,000.00 CONSTRUCTION OF THE
MISSISSIPPI VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL WE COMPLETED IN 1997 IN OCEAN
SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI. I HAVE MET MANY OF THE FAMILY MEMBERS OF THE 668
HEROS THAT GAVE ALL AND HAVE A REAL APPRECIATION FOR WHAT THIS WEB SITE IS
ALL ABOUT.....THANK YOU.
Maj. Nick Evanish, Caribou pilot
Never have so few accomplished so much with so little. God bless the
men of Special Forces.
Robert E. Hedgepeth, Capt. Arty USARV Flight Detachment, Oct. 1964-65.
Great to read about real heroes
Helen Beam, Hickory, NC 28601
This is a fantastic site....it was given to me by a fellow Army aviator
I served as a CW4 Devon L Nooner, Bigdaddy 13, Straight Arrow 13 and Jolly Green 13 Sep 66-'67 and Sept '69-'70 as a Gunship Pilot and also Slicks UH-1H. I am proud to enter my name to the list.
Roach Norris, FOB-2
William R. Flowers
John H. Smith