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Memorial Day at Keokuk National Cemetery in Iowa See MoreSee Less

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Memorial Day at Keokuk National Cemetery in Iowa

Army Sgt. Charles G. Warsing, 24, of Saxton, Pa. was surrounded by enemy fire when he pushed another soldier out of the way, leaving himself exposed. He died May 27, 1968 from wounds received that day. We will #neverforget Charles. #MemorialDay2024 See MoreSee Less

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Army Sgt. Charles G. Warsing, 24, of Saxton, Pa. was surrounded by enemy fire when he pushed another soldier out of the way, leaving himself exposed. He died May 27, 1968 from wounds received that day. We will #neverforget Charles. #MemorialDay2024

Air Force Lt. Gary A. Glandon, 26, of Powell, Tenn. and Lt. Terrence H. Griffey, 25 of Fort Dodge, Iowa made the ultimate sacrifice May 26, 1966. They were aboard an F-4C Phantom II making a bomb pass over South Vietnam when their aircraft exploded. The enemy presence made recovery impossible. They were never seen again. We will #neverforget Gary and Terrence. See MoreSee Less

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Air Force Lt. Gary A. Glandon, 26, of Powell, Tenn. and Lt. Terrence H. Griffey, 25 of Fort Dodge, Iowa made the ultimate sacrifice May 26, 1966. They were aboard an F-4C Phantom II making a bomb pass over South Vietnam when their aircraft exploded. The enemy presence made recovery impossible. They were never seen again. We will #neverforget Gary and Terrence.Image attachment

Air Force Staff Sgt. Luther E. Davis, 23, of Oak Ridge, Tenn. was badly injured in Vietnam. He was returning home May 25, 1970 when the plane he was aboard was shot down. We will #neverforget Luther. See MoreSee Less

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Air Force Staff Sgt. Luther E. Davis, 23, of Oak Ridge, Tenn. was badly injured in Vietnam. He was returning home May 25, 1970 when the plane he was aboard was shot down. We will #neverforget Luther.

Captain Harry L. Thain, 27, of Zephyr Hills, Fla. graduated from West Point and was sent to Vietnam. “The first time he was in Vietnam it didn’t bother me so much,” he dad said. “The second time, though, it bothered me a lot. I had a feeling. Everybody tried to talk him out of going back.”
Harry. 23, was killed May 24, 1972 while flying in relief supplies during fighting. We will #neverforget Harry
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Captain Harry L. Thain, 27, of Zephyr Hills, Fla. graduated from West Point and was sent to Vietnam. “The first time he was in Vietnam it didn’t bother me so much,” he dad said. “The second time, though, it bothered me a lot. I had a feeling. Everybody tried to talk him out of going back.”
Harry. 23, was killed May 24, 1972 while flying in relief supplies during fighting. We will #neverforget Harry
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