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  1. Is a fantastic friend and a fantastic guy I would love him to the end of time
    February 9, 2020 @ 7:22 AM

    Is a fantastic friend and a fantastic guy I would love him to the end of time

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  2. Nelson Beard
    February 15, 2020 @ 8:44 AM

    Thanks so much. B/ 4/12 , 68-69. B troop 3/17 Cav, 71-72

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    • davidegrogan
      February 15, 2020 @ 12:41 PM

      Nelson – I really appreciate your service, as well.

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  3. Venson S Cranford Jr
    February 18, 2020 @ 1:31 AM

    I appreciate your service! I was a C-130 loadmaster. I loaded the one I was flying on! We delivered to the real heroes to their destination in the bush! We resupplied them daily where ever they were. The worst duty I performed was loading them in their body bags to carry them to their families back home. The C141sdelivered the back to the world! That’s what we called America while in Vietnam!

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    • davidegrogan
      February 18, 2020 @ 9:37 PM

      Venson – thanks for your service in Vietnam. The C-130 is an amazing aircraft. May I recommend that you also read the story about Lt Col John Heimburger. He was a C-130 pilot in Vietnam. It’s such a small world, perhaps you two might know each other. He flew out of Japan.

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  4. Tara yohn
    February 21, 2020 @ 10:12 AM

    Thank you for your service. My father Mike yohn was a Marine in Vietnam and my grandfather was in the Navy in Vietnam and I’m very proud of them they are my heroes. Every time I see or talk to a service person I always thank them for their service. My great uncle lost his eye parts of his leg and arm his name is Randy Rundle they wrote a newspaper article about him in California where he lived. Thank you again for everything you did for our Country. God Bless

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    • davidegrogan
      February 22, 2020 @ 10:08 AM

      Tara – thanks for your comment and for reading Jack’s story. We really appreciate your family’s service to our country, and also for taking the time to thank veterans. It really means a lot and I’m sure you’ve brightened their days!

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