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bluebb 05-29-2014 15:05

Sorry just saw your message. It is on the front row right near the drive way. It is not a very big cemetery.

Kasik 05-30-2014 06:27

Thank you
 
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Originally Posted by bluebb (Post 552430)
Sorry just saw your message. It is on the front row right near the drive way. It is not a very big cemetery.

Thanks - learned there is no cemetery index for Fort Lawton. Not even the Discovery Park historian can identify individual grave sites.

Marzul 05-15-2015 08:17

Thank you
 
The story of MSGT Shriver makes me cry every time, I read it. The pure heroism of this man and the men that he lead into battle, pulls at my soul. He has no movie no grand tale told to all the nation. He just did his job at a level I'm sure is still emulated by SF troopers today. A true "Quite Professional" never fighting for recognition or fame, just for his men and his country.

I hope to be one tenth the man he was. To all of SOG-MACV and SF troopers in general I thank you.

Rest in Peace "Mad Dog" you will never be forgotten.

Dusty 03-21-2019 16:42

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Originally Posted by NousDefionsDoc (Post 8252)
You are not forgotten.

The three Warriors I hold in highest regard: MSG Shriver, Bad Bob Howard and Pancho Hamer.

Inspirational

bushmaster11 03-05-2021 09:18

most proud to have served with
 
I served with MSG then SGM Billy Waugh twice; at B-36 and again at CCN


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