|Victor Vilionis (#47207612)|
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United States Marine Corps Veteran, having served with H&S Co Mortar Platoon, 3d Bn, 2d Marines, 2d Marine Division, FMF 1964 - 1966, HQ Co S-2 Section, 7th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division (Rein), FMF. 1966 - 1967 Vietnam.|
"Honoring the 1593 US Marines and USN Navy Corpsmen who served with the 7th Marine Regiment in Vietnam and paid the ultimate sacrifice for God, Corps, and Country with their lives."
Our Marines and Navy Corpsmen
Our First Casualty of the Vietnam War:
Thomas Robert Ames
Our Last Casualty of the Vietnam War:
Jerry Waine Steward
Our Last Casualty listed on the Vietnam Memorial Wall in May 2012.
Frank Anthony Neary
Our Youngest Casualty
Patrick Eugene Sinclair Seventeen years, Nine months Old
SP 4 James Ronald StutesUSA
LCpl Kenneth John Stutes USMC
1stLt John Lawrence Banks III USAF
PFC David Lennox Banks USMC
SP 4 Budd E. Hood USA
Charles A. Hood USMC
Robert Paul Wyatt USMC
Phillip Edgar Wyatt USMC
PERSONAL AWARDS OF OUR FALLEN
Medal of Honor
Oscar Palmer Austin
Wayne Maurice Caron
Ralph Ellis Dias
James Donnie Howe
Jose Francisco Jimenez
Larry Eugene Smedley
Lester William Weber
Roy Mitchell Wheat
Kenneth Lee Worley
Navy Cross 20
Silver Star 89
Legion of Merit 1
Navy & Marine Corps Medal 3
Bronze Star 71
USN - USMC Commendation Medal 19
USN - USMC Achievement Medal 3
LARGEST SINGLE DAY OF CASUALTIES
March 04, 1966 Operation UTAH
2d Battalion, 7th Marines , 42 Marines and USN Corpsmen killed in action.
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|Kim & JM Talboo||Memorial photo|
I added a photo of Theodore H Dalton's headstone 66018071.
Thanks for all the hard work you do for the veteran memorials.
|pat werthman deyoe radtke||RE: James John Ahrens|
Oh this is terrific! I will add the information when I can get to a desktop computer! This is so appropriate and will be added! I thank you and hope you know how grateful we are for you and all you continue to do for this Country! I am humbled!
|pat werthman deyoe radtke||US Mikitary|
Thank you for your continued service to our Country! Thank you for remembering our Heroes! God Bless You!
|weston04||Kenneth McLeese- Exeter Cemetery, NE|
First of all, let me thank you for your service to our country. It is very much appreciated. Secondly, I have deleted the memorial that was a duplicate of your Kenneth McLeese. It was not done on purpose...when I checked for that name before entering my information, it probably did not come up as a created memorial because you had a military rank as well as a full middle name on yours.
Added by weston04 on Sep 13, 2014 9:16 PM
Dupe deleted. That happened because I had a different rank on him. Thanks.
Thanks for the information and photo for LC Reevs. Actually, Tam Ky is the capital of Quang Nam Province but I'm assuming you might already know that.
|pat werthman deyoe radtke||James John Ahrens|
My cousin is PFC James John Ahrens, from Wisconsin!
Birth: May 6, 1949
Death: Jun. 19, 1969
Tam Kỳ, Vietnam
Find A Grave Memorial# 21954808
God Bless and again, thank you,
|pat werthman deyoe radtke||Vietnam memorials|
Thank You Sir for your Service, and also for honoring all you have through find a grave and beyond!
I am most humbled and grateful!
Also, I found you as you left flowers for my cousin, James Ahrens from Wisconsin, THANK YOU,
We have a grandma, God Bless her, 100 years young! And, honestly, to this day recalls the family receiving the news of when James was killed in Vietnam! She is a treasure, and to have a memory, like she does, is beyond incredible!
But, mainly wanted to thank you for everything !
God Bless You and all who served, forever,
|wings214||RE: PFC Michael John Synod|
You are very welcome. I consider it a privilege to sponsor the memorials of our heroes.
Added by wings214 on Aug 17, 2014 1:09 PM
|Laurie||RE: PFC Kermit La Belle|
Victor, it was more than an honor to visit PFC Kermit Labelle's grave. My husband retried from the Air Force and served in Vietnam just before we were married. Fortunately my veteran came home unharmed and it gave us the opportunity to raise a family over the past 44 years.
Words mean so little but thanks for recognizing PFC La Belles service to his country and also more than thanks to you for your service !!!!
Added by Laurie on Aug 11, 2014 1:38 PM
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