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One of the few ways to learn about William B. Livingston is his grave stone in Bedford County, Pa. William, 27, was aboard a seaplane near Florida on June 17, 1920 when it collided with another plane above the Gulf of Mexico. “We loved him,” his parent’s etched on the marker. We will #neverforget William. See MoreSee Less

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One of the few ways to learn about William B. Livingston is his grave stone in Bedford County, Pa. William, 27, was aboard a seaplane near Florida on June 17, 1920 when it collided with another plane above the Gulf of Mexico. “We loved him,” his parent’s etched on the marker. We will #neverforget William.

Army Pfc. Larry A. Rush, 19, of Mt. Vernon, Ind. was only in Vietnam a few weeks. He drowned June 16, 1969 while on river patrol in South Vietnam. We will #neverforget Larry. See MoreSee Less

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Army Pfc. Larry A. Rush, 19, of Mt. Vernon, Ind. was only in Vietnam a few weeks. He drowned June 16, 1969 while on river patrol in South Vietnam. We will #neverforget Larry.

Army Spc. Lawrence A Hurd, 27, of Margaret, Alabama was in Vietnam when he repeatedly risked himself to carry injured men to a landing zone. He saved many lives that day and was awarded the Bronze Star for that effort. Weeks later, Lawrence died June 15, 1967 after stepping on a land mine. We will #neverforget Lawrence. See MoreSee Less

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Army Spc. Lawrence A Hurd, 27, of Margaret, Alabama was in Vietnam when he repeatedly risked himself to carry injured men to a landing zone. He saved many lives that day and was awarded the Bronze Star for that effort. Weeks later, Lawrence died June 15, 1967 after stepping on a land mine. We will #neverforget Lawrence.

Petty officer Jack Humble Jr. of Springfield, Missouri joined the Navy days after he turned 18. Months later Jack was assigned to the submarine Golet. He was aboard the sub June 14, 1944 when it was destroyed by the Japanese. We will #neverforget Jack. See MoreSee Less

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Petty officer Jack Humble Jr. of Springfield, Missouri joined the Navy days after he turned 18. Months later Jack was assigned to the submarine Golet. He was aboard the sub June 14, 1944 when it was destroyed by the Japanese. We will #neverforget Jack.

Army warrant officer Donald R. Saegaert, 25, of Berlin, Conn. volunteered to depart for Vietnam the week of Thanksgiving. His mother asked why he was doing this: “Mother, I trained for this, what good would it do me if I don’t use what I went to school for?” Months later the Department of defense notified his mom about the helicopter crash on June 10, 1965. We will #neverforget Donald. See MoreSee Less

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Army warrant officer Donald R. Saegaert, 25, of Berlin, Conn. volunteered to depart for Vietnam the week of Thanksgiving. His mother asked why he was doing this: “Mother, I trained for this, what good would it do me if I don’t use what I went to school for?” Months later the Department of defense notified his mom about the helicopter crash on June 10, 1965. We will #neverforget Donald.
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