|Gary Holcomb, Sr. (#46534097)|
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|Retired US Navy Hospital Corpsman 24 yrs service served 8 1/2 with FMF USMC.|
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|Suz Valentino||Tomb Of The Unknowns|
Gary I love your pics of THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN. I visited Arlington and it truly brought tears to my eyes. The chanding of the guard is really something to see.By the way I see you were A Navy man, my grandfather was a LT. COMMANDER in World War Two.Hope to talk to you soon. Sincerly Suzan
|Old Waco||Doris Miller|
Thanks for adding this photo!
Added by Old Waco on Nov 05, 2014 11:19 PM
|Rebecca ||Thank you Gary|
Thank you for visiting my grandmother. Did you work at the museum on base? I never did get to visit the museum. Do you know of my grandfather, Maurice Scott Prunty? He was a chief medical officer during WW II and Korea. He is buried there. He is the first grave as you go in the gate. There use to be a little white church there that we always went to.
Added by Rebecca on Nov 12, 2013 9:51 AM
|Pat Wood||Walter Jamieson|
Thanks you, Gary, for the recent photo of the Medal of Honor. Walter was my great grandmother's brother.
Added by Pat Wood on Jan 31, 2011 10:30 PM
|David A. Twombly,Sr.||Lester W. Weber, USMC|
Hi Gary, I just want to tell you what an honorable thing it is that you do. By chance would you know any of Lester Weber's relatives? My American Legion Post #691 in Midlothian, Il. is having our annual wreath laying ceremony at his and two other MOH recipients On 6 Nov 2010 at 10:30 at the Clarendon Hills Cemetery. We will also be conducting a reading of the MOH citations and performing a rifle salute to honor these heroes on this day. You are most certainly invited to attend. We are not able to contact any of the MOH recipients relatives. If there is anyone out there that knows any of the relations please contact me. Dave Twombly 708-813-0280