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912) Francine Fowler-Raimondi 
Location:
Georgia
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Tuesday 16:12 Host: Send E-mail

Youngest sister of David Fowler, Dave is number one and I am number seven.
I am so proud to call you my brother. Not only in the sense that we have the same parents but also that you have served our country and fought courageously. We are forever in debt to all our servicemen/women. Thank you all so very much for your sacrifice. For those who have not made it to today, thank you for sacrificing your lives for us - GOD BLESS AMERICA, GOD BLESS OUR MARINES, OUR BROTHERS AND ALL SERVICEMEN - THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED.
WE ARE FOREVER GRATEFUL - WE LOVE YOU!!!
Brother, as for your recent surgery on the brain tumor, we are all praying unceasingly for your recovery, everything is going to be okay, God is holding you in his arms and so is Blessed Mother Mary, you are safe and protected and loved very much. GOD BLESS YOU MY BROTHER, GET WELL SOON, WE LOVE YOU!!!
911) Don Raatz 
Location:
Las Vegas, NV
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Thursday, November 9, 2017 12:38 Host: Send E-mail

We have just learned that Brother Dave Fowler has unfortunately been diagnosed with cancer. The extent and severity have, as yet, not been confirmed. Dave is undergoing exploratory surgery on Monday, November 13. He is currently being supported by his wife Kelly, his extended family and Al Bailey who intends to travel to Alabama, be with him for the surgery, and offer whatever assistance he can. I know you will all join me in taking a moment to pray for a speedy recovery.
910) william polly 
Location:
fulton ny
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Monday, October 16, 2017 11:19 Host: Send E-mail

well I just got done talking to mike hunter. he was very nice and a pleasure to talk to. I really do not know why it was so easy to talk to him, maybe because he is a vet and understands more then others. but I would like to say that thank you for telling our story
909) Michael Hunter 
Location:
Alexandria, VA
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Wednesday, October 4, 2017 08:58 Host: Send E-mail

Koh Tang / Mayaguez Vets and Family Members, Thanks for your dedicated service to our Nation. I'm an Iraq War Army veteran and historian writing an article about the events of May 12-15, 1975. I've read several good (and some not so good) accounts of the events, but what I am interested in is how you all thought about the affair in relation to Vietnam. If anyone is interested in being interviewed - veteran or family member, please send an email to mh1747@georgetown.edu or call/text to (734) 770-7450. Looking forward to learning more about this sadly unknown chapter in American history. Sincerely, Mike Hunter (Major, U.S. Army)
908) Stan Lightner 
Location:
Owensboro, KY
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Sunday, October 1, 2017 20:46 Host: Send E-mail

I was on the USS Coral Sea CVA-43 during the rescue of the Mayaguez. Watched the action from the island seeing damaged copters land and corpsmen preforming triage. This came soon after we participated in the evac of Saigon so the experiences reinforced each other. Just what men can do to each other is incomprehensible unless you've seen the ugliness first hand.
907) Evie Hardman 
Location:
Maryland
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Friday, September 22, 2017 23:51 Host: Send E-mail

Being the grand daughter of a Vietnam vet I have heard what the last 41 names were for. Thank you for putting faces to names! I have always asked questions about my grandfathers service. I don't get very many answers mostly, "well papa never talks about it much". I know what his job was and that is it! I have heard stories from my mother about the treatment of the soldiers returning home and have always been appalled! I know I can't make up for the things you have seen and the ways you have been treated just know I appreciate your service and I want to welcome you home. My daughter and I do Christmas cards every year and have taken cookies to our local Vietnam veterans chapter. If you could contact me with extra addresses we would love to include you all in our mailing list!
906) Evan Wincovitch 
Location:
Ft. Worth,Texas 76112
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Wednesday, September 6, 2017 10:32 Host: Send E-mail

I was with Hotel 2/9 during the Mayguez operation. I was in Thailand as a reserve unit . I was a squad leader and was issued a .45 with one magazine and a m-79 with a broken sight. I didn't make it on to a helicopter but saw them leaving and returning with a huge hole in them. I don't know if I qualify as a veteran of the Mayguez club since I was in Thailand.I was wondering if any of the Hotel 2/9 group meets. I did go onto super squad competition with some of the people that earned medals from the operation.
905) Brent Foster 
Location:
Peoria, IL 61604
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Saturday, August 19, 2017 18:12 Host: Send E-mail

I am a Mayaguez Veteran that served in Fox 2/9. Glad to see the sight.
904) David L Wharton 
Location:
Deer Park Texas
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Wednesday, August 16, 2017 21:12 Host: Send E-mail

Great site.RIP Airmen amd Marines.I derosed from NKP on april 11 75 so barely missed this Ops.
903) Brian Carr 
Location:
Louisiana
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Tuesday, August 15, 2017 22:24 Host: Send E-mail

Great site to show to the world this unfortunately little known battle. Gabe recommended the site after speaking to him about his experiences. I never knew about this battle either. Thank you to all the veterans who served and their families.
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