Re(2): 7/14/69 Fallen Brother RVN

Tom thanks for the correction, I got the info off The Wall. I see on the Coffelt Data base it says 302. I looked in both 301 and 302 and they could not even mention his death. DCR's are a disgrace for the men that served, the brass just patted each other on the back and gave each other medals in a lot of the reports. Another disgrace is all the logs were disposed of before leaving country. I have been trying to find yeoman to see what happened to them because there is nothing in the archives at the museum and no one there had info on them. So we have Coffelt verses The Wall for in formation and men like you who served with our members who never made it back to fill in the blanks. But it's a major chore to get things reversed. I'll look into this further to see if we can correct it. Thanks

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