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is honored on Panel 12W, Line 24 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • I thought of you often over the years

    Posted on 11/28/18 - by Liz Hamilton
    Like others, I wore a bracelet with your name - you represented the war to me. You are who I think of whenever I see or hear anything about that time.
  • In Honor

    Posted on 3/20/18 - by John Braun
    CPT Cozart, You are remembered and honored. The Pilot of O-1G 51-12899 on that ill-fated flight.
  • A letter to Captain Cozart

    Posted on 2/19/18
    As a young teen in the late 70s, I wore a bracelet with your name on it. Every night I would pray for you in hopes that you were safe and would be found. With no internet, I had no idea what you looked like or where you were from. I prayed for your family knowing how horrible they must have felt waiting for you.
    Last month I watched the Ken Burns series on Vietnam. As I was born in 1956, the war was something we saw on the evening news. As a mature woman with 3 adult sons, I cannot imagine what so many of our fellow Americans lives were forever changed during over those years
    Please know that I still have your bracelet in my jewelry drawer. I still think about your sacrifice and am forever thankful for what you did. RIP Captain Cozart.
    And note you were more handsome than a 16 year old girl from the Midwest could have dreamed.
  • Thank You

    Posted on 2/15/18 - by Lucy Micik
    Dear Major Robert Cozart,
    Thank you for your service as a Field Artillery Unit Commander (Pilot.) I am glad you were identified in 1989. Welcome Home. Your birthday is soon, happy birthday. Happy Valentine's Day. It is so important for us all to acknowledge the sacrifices of those like you who answered our nation's call. Please watch over America, it stills needs your strength, courage and faithfulness. Rest in peace with the angels.
  • Thank you....

    Posted on 10/7/17 - by Anne Linkletter
    Like a number of others, I wore Capt. Cozart's POW/MIA bracelet for a couple of years. I was young and while I understood the concept of being "Prisoner of War," I don't think I understood the full implication of that until I became an adult. My father was in the Army in WWII and my was a Marine. I knew it was important when I wore this bracelet. Now, I understand what a gift it was. Thank you, Capt. Cozart for your honor and courage to my Country.
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The Wall of Faces

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