In Honor and Remembrance
You are Gone,
But You Are
Not Forgotten!
BILL HOLLAND
on left  
HARRY RICHCREEK
on right
"And you shall be like a tree
planted by the streams of
living water." Psalms 1
I have made it home from the Vietnam
Wall. I finally got to say goodbye to
"MY BROTHER " and to many friends.

My brother, GARY L. HOLZ was in the
1st Air Cav, he was KIA on 10/07/67.
His photos are on the right.

Thank you.
Ron Holz, 4TH INF DIV
Vietnam 66-67

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Billy Bruce Bull
KIA  24 July 1970

Some Gave All
In Honor and Remembrance
Gone But Not Forgotten

Comments from Billy's cousin Joy Lewis
In Fond Memory, Respect and Honor of
J.S. "Jim" Brigham, Jr.
August 12, 1934 - November 29, 2012
Click to View Jim's Memoriam Page

In Honor and Remembrance
of
Lieutenant (Lieutenant Colonel, Retired)
Raymond  Lee Johnson, Jr.
Alpha 2-7 Cav NAM 66-67
  
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New Postings (Posted March 2014)
In Honor and Remembrance
In Honor and Remembrance
of
Sergeant Roger Allen Stone
NAM KIA: November 17, 1965






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Posted: September, 2014/JB
In Honor and Remembrance
of
Corporal Vernon E. Rainey
NAM KIA: February 11, 1971






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Posted: August, 2014/JB

In Honor and Remembrance
of
Captain David Bruce Tucker
Alpha 2-7 Cav
NAM:
KIA October 1, 1967
Dedicated In Honor and Remembrance
To
First Lieuteant James (Jim) Michael Stokes
A CO, 2ND BN, 7TH CAVALRY, 1ST CAV DIV, USARV

Hialeah, Florida
May 27, 1948 - June 2, 1970
From: James C. Johnson
Jim was my classmate in OCS. I just found out on this day: May 29, 2017,  Jim was wounded at the same time and
place as I was
in NAM. My company, D/2/7, was lifted in to support Jim's Co, A/2/7. I didn't know Jim was in A Co.  I
was told the CO and 1stSgt were dead and they had other wounded. Before today, I only knew, Jim died on June 2,
1970. We were  both also at Camp Zama Hospital in Japan. I was there until the end of Aug, then sent back to NAM.

Rest Easy Jim, You Are Not Forgotton!
GarryOwen!


Posted by Request: May 2017/jfb