Andrew Thomas Brown
Private
CAP 3-3-5, CACO 3-3, 3RD CAG, COMBINED ACTION, III MAF
United States Marine Corps
Buffalo, New York
September 04, 1948 to September 16, 1968
ANDREW T BROWN is on the Wall at Panel W43, Line 2

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Combat Action Ribbon
 
Andrew T Brown
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16 Jun 2006

Another day thinking of you as well as the others. It was understandable, the feed back from your family. But they need to know that I was with you last, and it should have been me instead of you. Please remember that one day we'll be together again at "soldier city".

Always your friend, battle buddy and suffering old man,
Joseph Castro



14 Jan 2007

Just checking in with you all. Castro is on watch and always looking out. Love to all my "Brothers"

From a battle buddy,
Joseph H. Castro Jr.
864 Butler Lake Road, Chester, South Carolina
castro@truvista.net


 

A Note from The Virtual Wall

The Combined Action Program involved placing a squad of Marines in a village where they lived, fought, and sometimes died among the South Vietnamese.

On 16 Sep 1968, four Marines from Combined Action Platoon 3-3-5 died:


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