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Army Chaplain Merle D. Brown, 32, of Columbus, Ohio was aboard a helicopter in Vietnam on April 11, 1971. It was Easter Sunday and those aboard were on an evacuation mission when the chopper crashed. He was survived by his wife and children. We will #neverforget Merle. See MoreSee Less

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Army Chaplain Merle D. Brown, 32, of Columbus, Ohio was aboard a helicopter in Vietnam on April 11, 1971. It was Easter Sunday and those aboard were on an evacuation mission when the chopper crashed. He was survived by his wife and children. We will #neverforget Merle.

The parents of Army Sgt. James M. Barry, 21, of Quincy, Mass. watched a report April 9, 1972 that American soldiers were killed in an attack in Vietnam. When they returned from church the next morning, an Army sergeant was waiting. We will #neverforget James. See MoreSee Less

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The parents of Army Sgt. James M. Barry, 21, of Quincy, Mass. watched a report April 9, 1972 that American soldiers were killed in an attack in Vietnam. When they returned from church the next morning, an Army sergeant was waiting. We will #neverforget James.

When Richard Morgan of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio was 12 he gave his parents a card on Easter: “The past 12 years have been the happiest of my life.” On Easter Sunday nine years later, his parents got the news. Army Cpl Richard Morgan, 21, was killed April 7, 1971 in Vietnam by a land mine. We will #neverforget Richard. See MoreSee Less

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When Richard Morgan of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio was 12 he gave his parents a card on Easter: “The past 12 years have been the happiest of my life.” On Easter Sunday nine years later, his parents got the news. Army Cpl Richard Morgan, 21, was killed April 7, 1971 in Vietnam by a land mine. We will #neverforget Richard.

Ensign George L Doll, 22, of Detroit was part of a crew patrolling the water around Hawaii on April 5, 1942 when their plane crashed while trying to land in bad weather. We will #neverforget George and the others lost that day. myfallensoldiers.com/tag/consolidated-catalina-crash-5-april-1942/ See MoreSee Less

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Ensign George L Doll, 22, of Detroit was part of a crew patrolling the water around Hawaii on April 5, 1942 when their plane crashed while trying to land in bad weather. We will #neverforget George and the others lost that day. https://myfallensoldiers.com/tag/consolidated-catalina-crash-5-april-1942/

Army Sgt. Krag C. Bullis Sr., 26, of Colusa, Cal. was listed as missing in Vietnam after an incident April 4, 1971. His mother wrote the local newspaper: “The reason I am writing is to have you print the truth about his death. He was a career man and I believe he would want the way he died printed. He was killed when the weapon of another person accidentally discharged.” We will #neverforget Krag. See MoreSee Less

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Army Sgt. Krag C. Bullis Sr., 26, of Colusa, Cal. was listed as missing in Vietnam after an incident April 4, 1971. His mother wrote the local newspaper: “The reason I am writing is to have you print the truth about his death. He was a career man and I believe he would want the way he died printed. He was killed when the weapon of another person accidentally discharged.” We will #neverforget Krag.
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