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ROBERT DALE ANDERSON


is honored on Panel 1W, Line 80 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Col. Robert D. Anderson USAF

    Posted on 10/19/17 - by Chuck Tetreau charlestetreau@yahoo.com
    I bought a bracelet with Robert's name on it in 1987. Wore it for 5 years until my work changed. I could not work with high voltage wearing metal on my hands or body. I recently talked with the post Commander at the May O'Brian post in Port Huron and he suggested seeing if some one in the family might want it.
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  • Remembered

    Posted on 9/8/16 - by Lucy Conte Micik bennysgift@gmail.com
    DEAR COLONEL ANDERSON,
    THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE AS A PILOT- TACTICAL FIGHTER (F-4 PHANTOM II - VARIOUS)/ AS A CHRISTMAS BABY, YOU WERE THE GIFT. I AM GLAD YOU WERE FOUND IN 1998. REST IN PEACE.
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  • Remembering my Father, Hero, and Best Friend

    Posted on 7/16/16 - by Daughter of Col. Robert D. Anderson noosphere2013@gmail.com
    Remembering you always for the father you were, the mentor you are, and for the spirt you left behind. Your legacy lives on in your children, grandchildren, and the hearts you left behind. I will never forget you. You are my hero forever!

    In honor of Col. Robert D. Anderson (MIA-KIA, 10-6-72) and Capt. Allen U. Graham (MIA-KIA, 10-17-1972), the Founding Fathers of 'Vietnam: A Daughter's Journey' https://www.facebook.com/JourneyToVietnam/.

    Never forget our fathers ultimate sacrifice!
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  • Thank you

    Posted on 5/30/16
    Col Anderson,

    I have held you in my heart and thoughts for over 30 years now, ever since I was an AFROTC cadet at Michigan State. That was when I received a POW/MIA bracelet with your name on it (pictured). Since then, and now, I reflect on your sacrifices for our great country, and thank you for your life and work. We remember you, today and always.

    Gratefully,
    Chad T. Manske, Brig Gen, USAF
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  • CREW CHIEF ACFT # 777 69-70

    Posted on 5/4/15 - by DAVE CONDER phantomphixer@att.net
    I WAS HIS CREW CHIEF ON F-4D 777 69-70 AT UBON IN THE 25TH . I REMEMBER A DECENT OFFICER WHO TREATED A E-3 WITH RESPECT.
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