I built this
web page to give a Special "THANK YOU" to all Our Military and Veterans. WE serve and have served
The United States of America (our country) and we are
"the proud ... and even more so ... the
I can't help but especially remember
you who served in Nam. You came home and no one gave you
a grand parade, yet there were those who did and were
very proud of you. None the less, you served your country
and don't let anyone take that away from you! Do NOT let
your experience in Vietnam become an anchor around your
You must move on, forgive and forget (as
much as is possible within you).
Vermont (102 to be exact) made the "Ultimate Sacrifice" and
Some never returned and are still missing. Personal information on the
four men that Brattleboro lost.
This page is therefore
especially dedicated to
who served in Nam.
It is to give you the
special recognition that you so rightfully deserve, and
by the way (and I don't say this lightly), but if
you didn't get a welcome home -
If you have any
recommendations or links you would like to see here on this page
I'm looking for you.
You served in Vietnam
and may have served with my friend
SP4 Paul Dartt, KIA, in the 1st
You may have also served in
I got your photo from Paul's Sister.
It was sent to Paul's girlfriend, at the time, but when she
opened the large orange protective envelope (made in Germany) it
did not contain his photo! It contained yours.
The photograph shows you, as above,
with a shadowed side profile image of you in the background
looking to the left side with your helmet with protective cover
on. The photograph is 16L x 11.75W inches in size.
Click photo to enlarge.
IF this is YOU or ANYONE knows you
and/or where you are PLEASE e-mail me ASAP at: