John Thomas BrownPrivate First Class
A CO, 1ST BN, 502ND INF RGT, 101 ABN DIV
Army of the United States
06 June 1948 - 01 February 1968
New York, New York
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The database page for John Thomas Brown
REMEMBEREDby his comrades in arms from
VVA Chapter 421
To my childhood close friend
Now that I have this avenue to vent my years of feelings of loss, I want you to know that I have never forgotten you or our friendship. Your remembrance/funeral card is still displayed on my dresser, and I especially remember, and cry for you, every Memorial Day.
You will always be my friend and, as long as I live, so do you - in my heart, mind, and thoughts.
I have to close now - the grief is almost overpowering! I am so appreciative of this opportunity to say "good-bye", an opportunity I never had when I lost you, my friend.
Good-bye my dear John.
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A Note from The Virtual WallAlpha Company, 1/502nd Infantry, lost four men on 01 Feb 1968 - the outset of the Tet Offensive:
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a fellow Vietnam veteran,
7 Jul 2002
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
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