Robert Louis Moore
Private First Class
A CO, 1ST BN, 7TH CAVALRY, 1ST CAV DIV, USARV
Army of the United States
Montgomery, Alabama
February 24, 1941 to November 15, 1965
ROBERT L MOORE is on the Wall at Panel 3E, Line 60

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24 May 2005

Dear Robert L. Moore,

I greatly appreciate the dedication that you had to go to the Vietnam War. It meant a lot to the South Vietnamese people and to the younger generations. Your courage to go to war has inspired some of the younger generations to continue in your footsteps.

I would personally like to thank you for putting your life on the line so our country could help another. Your work has not gone without notice.

The sacrifices that your family and friends have made to support your decisions are also a big contribution to today's society. Without their help, patience, and guidance you would not have become the man that you are today.

Sometimes we as a human race forget the small things that have made our country whole. I would like to acknowledge you and your family's contribution in keeping the memories alive so that our history can live on forever in our hearts.

Sincerely,
Tessah Richardson


 
Robert Louis Moore
died in the fighting in the
Ia Drang Valley
November 1965.

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