Donald Shuichi Fujimoto

Army of the United States
23 December 1945 - 17 June 1968
Stockton, California
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Combat Medic

Purple Heart, National Defense, Vietnam Service, Vietnam Campaign


The database page for Donald Shuichi Fujimoto

28 Dec 2003

Sergeant Don Fujimoto and I went through Special Forces training together. We were close friends. During one of the last stages of SF medical training Don failed a test and was scheduled for re-cycle to another class. He was impatient with the long and arduous training and he instead volunteered for Vietnam with the 82nd Airborne.

Don was a combat medic and was killed while treating wounded troopers shortly after arriving in Vietnam.

From a friend,
Steven Schofield
8575 Northeim Lane, Newton, Wi 53063

29 May 2006

On this memorial day May 29, 2006, 38 years after Donald was taken from us, his supreme sacrifice for his family and his country is still felt very deeply. Donald was such a kind, gentle brother who lived every day of his short life with honor, strong conviction and great courage. I dearly miss his comforting, supportive presence as we were growing up together and will forever cherish his memory.

His loving sister,
Margaret (Fujimoto) Kawai

26 Oct 2006

We are honoring Veterans at our school and we picked you! We are very sorry that you died, we also feel bad for your family. We would like to honor you by using you as our veteran for our project. Thank you for serving in our army and we miss you! From your friends you never met, ~Lexie and Sarah

P.S. We miss you (we didn't know you, but that's ok)

Lexie and Sarah
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A Note from The Virtual Wall

Sergeant Fujimoto was assigned to Charlie Company, 4/503rd Infantry, in Vietnam, and was one of six men killed in fighting on 17 June 1968:
  • SGT Charlie E. Berry, Atlanta, GA
  • SGT Donald S. Fujimoto, Stockton, CA
  • CPL Allen S. Stroud, Garner, NC
  • CPL Roosevelt Townsend, Mathews, AL
  • CPL William T. Wedgeworth, Cleveland, OH
  • PFC Michael J. Kennedy, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Visit John Dennison's
Medics on the Wall
memorial which honors the
Army Medics and Navy Corpsmen who died in Vietnam.

The point-of-contact for this memorial is
his sister,
Margaret (Fujimoto) Kawai

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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 29 Dec 2003
Last updated 11/09/2006