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Lt Col John (Jack) Christensen
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First trip to wall was spring of 83 so it was still pretty new. That was a pretty emotional trip for me. Have made many trips since then and they all get to me.
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PO2 Lewis Brockman
PO2 Lewis Brockman
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Have not been afraid I would cry like a baby
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SPC Michael Duricko, Ph.D
SPC Michael Duricko, Ph.D
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...so many flashbacks, so many memories and so many tears!
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SGT Wayne Smith
SGT Wayne Smith
12 mo
PO2 Lewis Brockman - I went to see the traveling wall here in Calif a few years back. Yes, I cried like a baby as I found the names of my fallen comrades. I was not ashamed of crying. It was a very emotional and humbling experience.
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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Great share brother David, my wife and I got to see the traveling wall when it came thru our little town, found her cousins name, and several of mine on it, very somber exhibit.
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SGT Philip Roncari
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I have been to The Wall quite a few times over the years ,for some reason lately I’ve gone alone asking the family to meet me at the hotel or another site in DC ,they seem to understand the old man and his strange ways after all these years.
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I'd say you earned a little alone time. SGT Philip Roncari
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