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"Thanks to all who have worked so hard over the years to keep us informed, especially Turkey. God Bless all of us, our families and our brothers who we lost."

Added: 7-Feb-18
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"This a very rambling comment, so I apologize in advance to whoever reads this.(posting in two comments due to the 1000 character limit). Thanks for maintaining this website for the future generations! I'm just seventeen years old, so most of you guys are going to be magnitudes older than me. For most of my life, Vietnam didn't truly feel "real" to me. It was halfway across the world and ended thirty years before my birth. There's that one quote by someone I'm not going to name, which goes ""The death of one person is a tragedy, the death of a million is a statistic,"" Which is all too true. Everyone knows that 58 thousand American died in Vietnam, but when you lump them all together nobody really stops to think that each of those men had lives as complex and vivid as ours, and each of them had dreams they would never fulfill, friends they would never see again, etc. (part 1/2)"

Added: 6-Feb-18
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"Anyways, I was browsing people from my city on the vietnam "wall of faces website", and reading all the remembrances made the war feel so much more personal. Researching Gerry R Hwang(from my city) and a "Thomas E. Rock",(left some stuff at the wall, and who I can't find anything about on google) led me to this website, which I've been browsing for the past hour. Thanks again to all those who served in the 1/16th, and a special thanks to whoever runs this page. I know this is weird, some seventeen year old kid from Silicon Valley writing so much about this page- I've developed a large interest in the Vietnam war, and reading the "Faces of Vietnam" website as well as this page have made me feel so much emotions. Anyways, I'd love to hear from you all, so if you'd like to talk -be it about Vietnam or anything- shoot me an email at mitchpi2000@gmail.com! -Mitch (part 2/2)"

Added: 6-Feb-18
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Happy New year All and Good Continuations thru-out

Added: 16-Jan-18
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all my Recon brothers!!!

Added: 25-Dec-17
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Merry Christmas to all my BRO's and wives. have a nice day and a super New Year's day also... We had each other's back in Viet Nam and even now at Christmas time our battle buddies are working overtime for our well being.. Thank's guy's and have a safe holiday season!! :D

Added: 25-Dec-17
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My name is Jimmy Julian (Deb Julian's son) and my PaPa is Sgt Jesse C Martin. I am so proud of you and honored to be your grandson. You're my hero PaPa. GO BIG RED 1

Added: 14-Nov-17
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"Welcome Home Brothers, Thanking You for Your Service ~ Honoring All this Veterans Day.

Hoping this finds you Well, In Brotherhood, Turkey"


Added: 11-Nov-17
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Just checked the site again. Been a while since I looked at the pics and members of Recon. so happy this site is being maintained for all to see.
Thanks


Added: 23-Oct-17
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"My husband's uncle is Francis (Frank/Frankie)Tabaka. I watched Ken Burns' PBS Documentary and learned so much. I'd love to know more about the Big Red One in Vietnam in 1967, 68 and if anyone remembers Frank and has pictures or stories to tell about him. He is doing well in St. Louis, and I'm so proud to know him!"

Added: 2-Oct-17
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