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PO1 William "Chip" Nagel a defining moment in American History. Thanks for sharing.
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SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
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My finger on the name of a friend, John F. Bradman on the traveling wall a US Army, Infantry 1st Lt and a fellow Cadet when We both had attended Bordentown Military Institute, Bordentown, NJ. He was killed after already having served eight months in Vietnam. I also found the names of other men that I had served with in Vietnam on the wall. The picture shown here appeared in a newspaper and was taken by a photographer from that news source.
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SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
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Myself on the left meeting another Vietnam Veteran who had also served in the area of Da Nang Vietnam also in 1968-69 where I had spent most of My time in country there. This is the traveling wall. This photograph had also appeared in a newspaper.
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SrA John Monette
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Saw the traveling wall when it stopped at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord NC. Had a POW bracelet I had worn for probably 15 years. Found the name, TSgt Edwin E. Morgan, and placed the bracelet with his name. Hope it might get back to his family.
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