Bruce Allen Eamick

Specialist Four
Army of the United States
04 July 1948 - 08 August 1969
Wolcottville, Indiana
Panel 20W Line 112

Combat Infantry

Bronze Star

The database page for Bruce Allen Eamick

26 Jul 2005

His courage and sacrifice will never be forgotten by the men of Bravo Company.

From a friend,
John A. Otte

23 Jul 2005

I was Bruce's Platoon Leader from Feb to June 1969. I remember a very quiet man who never complained about anything. I was told that he got a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star with V at FSB Crook on June 6-7, 1969. I got medevaced the same day. Rest in Peace, Brother. LT Mac

From his Platoon Leader,
Curtis McFarland
1612 Humble, Midland, Texas 79705

25 Aug 2005

I wish that I could have met you. I just want to thank you for everything that you did. I was only 1 year old when you passed away but I do realize what all of the soldiers have done for all of us and how wonderful that they were and are today. Hugs to you.

originally from California but now live in Oklahoma

02 Sep 2005

To a special hero who made the ultimate sacrifice, I offer my gratitude. You stood up and served our great nation when many others of your generation did not. Even though you are not physically with us I know you are with many other soldiers who still watch over us from the ultimate basecamp in Heaven. You will always be a part of what makes this country great. May God Bless you, young soldier.

From a fellow American,
Jeffrey S. Vadzemnieks

The point-of-contact for this memorial is
a friend,
John A. Otte

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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 26 Jul 2005
Last updated 04/25/2007