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Started by Chuck Laper. Last reply by Amy Stephani Mar 15, 2009.

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Comment by Jerry Hodges on May 7, 2009 at 3:57pm
Just a moment to thank all the comments that have been coming in. Thanks to all. Great checking these our every few days. Jerry
Comment by J. R. West on May 7, 2009 at 1:07am
I know a couple of vets that can barely remember their names, but they can sure spout out their DEROS without thinking too long. I too landed at Ft. Lewis and the first thing that struck me was all the brightly colored cars and a woman wheeling a baby carriage around....By the way Steve, welcome home!
Comment by Steve Foster on May 6, 2009 at 7:02pm
Coming home from a war zone will always be memorable to any vet that served in the armed forces. I will never forget the day that I left Viet Nam. It was 6:00 PM 0n April 22nd 1971. It was a 12 hour flight with a refueling stop in Osaka, Japan. Arrived in Fort Lewis, Washington at 6:00 PM on April 22nd 1971. (Crossed the international date line..........something you never forget)
Comment by J. R. West on May 5, 2009 at 12:26am
Today (May 4), is my 39th anniversary since coming home from the RVN. For those who don't keep up, that was also the day of the Kent State Massacre. What a WONDERFUL day to be traveling across the country in uniform. Welcome home to me!
Comment by J. R. West on April 19, 2009 at 1:05am
Spent 51 months in the RVN as commo liaison to the Korean Tigers in the Qui Nhon area. DEROS of May 4, 70, and was a close friend of Mike J. Blassie, who ended up in the tomb of the unknowns until his identification and reburial at the Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, MO, on July 11, 1998. Mike was the only friend from after my time in Vietnam that died there.
Comment by Steve Foster on April 2, 2009 at 5:45pm
Nice photo's Duane. Thanks for sharing a little history. Always a pleasure.........Steve Foster
Comment by Duane A Dailey Sr on April 1, 2009 at 4:13pm
When my grandmother pictured below died..
The funeral was decent..
But when I steaped out of the car at the graveside service..
I was somewhat baffeled by the VFW there placeing a U.S.Flag over her coffin.
She was burried with Full Military Honors..
And I was somewhat supprised..
Later I learned if you read the article below about the 8 Brothers..
That acording to the VA at the time in 1958,, ferew than a dozen familys had seven war veterans, two had twelve and one nine..
I guess they figured that my grandmother had done her part.. ;)
Comment by Duane A Dailey Sr on April 1, 2009 at 4:04pm

Comment by Duane A Dailey Sr on April 1, 2009 at 3:20pm

A friend onec asked me how long I had to wait to take the flag picture.. I replyed , not long at all..
And emailed him the cold piture on the hill..
Comment by Duane A Dailey Sr on March 31, 2009 at 5:49pm

Not a veteran myself, so to speak.. Born in 1955 out of school 1973.
I have a son (Seabee) presently serveing.
Two brothers that did there time in Southeast Asia.
My dad and 5 brothers in WW-II, Two of his brothers Korea.
One came home, One MIA Presumed KIA.

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