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Dolores Maxwell (#46617533)
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Donlad E Maxwell
Hello Dolores,
I am searching for Donald's family as we are 1/2 cousins. Any help finding them would be huge!!! We are related on his mom's Surrell side. Thank you,
Added by da3Chase on Jul 27, 2017 6:26 PM
Cpl Larry D Harvey Memorial
Hello Dolores,
Thank you very much for the memorial. Very much appreciate.
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Added by Tony on Jul 05, 2017 9:49 AM
PFC Charles R Finley
Hello Dolores,
Thank you very much for allowing me to take care of his memorial.
Tony #47235247
Added by Tony on May 12, 2017 12:43 PM
PFC David Dobosz
Hi Dolores,
Thank you very much for allowing me to take care of his memorial.
Very much appreciated.
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Added by Tony on May 09, 2017 7:44 AM
c w
PFC John Riley Brown
I know a little about PFC Brown's combat in WW II. He was killed at Manila/Antipolo the day before this guy.I'm try to get his NARA and ASN (army serial #) correct. He moved around a bit at enlistment. 1st Cavalry, 12th Cavalry Regiment.
Still looking into his available valor awards records. There is a John R Brown that was awarded the Silver Star but that is unconfirmed so far.

I'm trying to get his NARA and ASN (army serial #) correct. He moved around a bit at enlistment.

If you know anything like that I'd appreciate the info.

Added by c w on Mar 23, 2017 9:29 PM
LTC Earl Glenn Cobeil 9719796
The death of communist tyrant Fidel Castro has yielded much-deserved coverage of the monstrous nature of his tyrannical rule.

What has gone virtually unreported, however, is the direct and instrumental role Castro played in the torture and murder of American POWs in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. The story of Castro’s atrocities against American soldiers in this conflict is rarely ever told, least of all by our mainstream media.

During the Vietnam War, Castro sent a gang of his henchmen to run the “Cuban Program” at the Cu Loc POW camp in Hanoi, which became known as “the Zoo.” As Stuart Rochester and Frederick Kiley have documented in their book Honor Bound in a chapter entitled “The Zoo, 1967–1969: The Cuban Program and Other Atrocities,” one of the primary objectives of this “program” was to determine how much physical and psychological agony a human being could withstand.

Castro selected American POWs as his guinea pigs. A Cuban nicknamed “Fidel,” the main torturer at the Zoo, initiated his own personal reign of terror. He was described in documents based on POW debriefings as “a professional who was trained in psychology and prison control in Russia or Europe.”

Among Fidel’s torture techniques were beatings and whippings over every part of his victims’ bodies, without remission.

Former POW John Hubbell describes the horrifying ordeal of Lt. Col. Earl Cobeil, an F-105 pilot, as Fidel forced him into the cell of fellow POW Col. Jack Bomar:

The man [Cobeil] could barely walk; he shuffled slowly, painfully. His clothes were torn to shreds. He was bleeding everywhere, terribly swollen, and a dirty, yellowish black and purple from head to toe. The man’s head was down; he made no attempt to look at anyone. . . . He stood unmoving, his head down. Fidel smashed a fist into the man’s face, driving him against the wall. Then he was brought to the center of the room and made to get down onto his knees. Screaming in rage, Fidel took a length of black rubber hose from a guard and lashed it as hard as he could into the man’s face. The prisoner did not react; he did not cry out or even blink an eye. His failure to react seemed to fuel Fidel’s rage and again he whipped the rubber hose across the man’s face. . . . Again and again and again, a dozen times, Fidel smashed the man’s face with the hose. Not once did the fearsome abuse elicit the slightest response from the prisoner. . . . His body was ripped and torn everywhere; hell cuffs appeared almost to have severed the wrists, strap marks still wound around the arms all the way to the shoulders, slivers of bamboo were embedded in the bloodied shins and there were what appeared to be tread marks from the hose across the chest, back, and legs.

Earl Cobeil died as a result of Fidel’s torture.

Maj. James Kasler was another of Fidel’s victims, although he survived the torture:

He [Fidel] deprived Kasler of water, wired his thumbs together, and flogged him until his “buttocks, lower back, and legs hung in shreds.” During one barbaric stretch he turned Cedric [another torturer] loose for three days with a rubber whip. . . . the PW [POW] was in a semi-coma and bleeding profusely with a ruptured eardrum, fractured rib, his face swollen and teeth broken so that he could not open his mouth, and his leg re-injured from attackers repeatedly kicking it.

Castro’s reign of terror against American POWs in Vietnam was just another grotesque reflection of the communist dictator’s barbarism and sadism. After the end of the war, U.S. investigators launched a manhunt for the Cuban program torturers. In the midst of their hunt, investigators cataloged over 2,000 Cubans who were in North Vietnam during the late 1960s. Unfortunately, officials failed to positively identify the torturers at “the Zoo” at that time.

Today, some evidence suggests that some of the Cuban Program torturers may be living in the United States. The investigations and pursuits of these monsters continues – and it is never too late, we may hope, with Donald Trump entering office, to bring them to justice. But it will require intense effort on our part. It is the least we can do for Lt. Col. Earl Cobeil, and for all those who shared his torment and pain at the hands of Fidel and his communist monsters.

Jamie Glazov is the editor of He holds a Ph.D. in History with a specialty in Russian, U.S. and Canadian foreign policy. He is the author of United in Hate, the host of the web-TV show, The Glazov Gang, and can be reached at
Added by Udo on Dec 09, 2016 3:46 PM
Linda G
Rebecca J Bleam Troxel #11796226
Can you please transfer my 2nd Great Aunt's memorial to me. I have more information and would like to update it myself. Thank you. My contributor number is # 48636014.
Added by Linda G on Sep 05, 2016 1:37 PM
Christine A. (Rutherford) Holley
Caroline Wilcox
I have transferred Caroline Wilcox back to you after seeing her obit posted - clearly the wrong Caroline Wilcox. In my hast, I forgot to correct her name (wrong maiden name) before I transferred it, but I submitted it on an edit. Sorry for the mix up, but glad we have her correct now.

Added by Christine A. (Rutherford)... on Aug 14, 2016 8:53 AM
Wayne Ashley
Jack Brunson
I have a photo of the memorial his family has erected in the cemetery in his home think it would be Ok to add this photo as long as I say where it is?
Added by Wayne Ashley on May 20, 2016 12:22 PM
r: memorial # 146182007
meant Shoops garden of rest in last message not whoops
Added by anonymous on Apr 30, 2016 2:18 AM
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