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ARTHUR JOHN ABRAMOFF


is honored on Panel 14E, Line 56 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • 50 years

    Posted on 1/20/17 - by Mike Lamberti mike051893@aol.com
    50 years ago today, you flew your final flight in Vietnam. Thank you for your service and sacrifice for our country. Will never forget you, Uncle Art.
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  • Always in my heart

    Posted on 7/3/16 - by Mike Lamberti mike051893@aol.com
    Nearly 50 years after you left us, your legacy shines brightly. I'll never forget you, your service, and sacrifice. I wish we had gotten to know each other better, but I'm grateful for the pictures and memories.
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  • Remembered

    Posted on 7/3/16 - by Lucy Conte Micik
    DEAR LT. ABRAMOFF,

    DURING THIS INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND, IT IS IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER THOSE OF YOU WHO PAID THE ULTIMATE PRICE FOR THIS NATION.

    THANK YOU!

    REST IN PEACE.
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  • I'm proud of our Vietnam Veterans

    Posted on 6/15/16 - by Dennis Wriston
    First Lieutenant Arthur John Abramoff, Served with the 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron, 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 7th Air Force
  • Final Mission of 1LT Arthur J. Abramoff

    Posted on 8/19/15 - by wkillian@smjuhsd.org
    1LT Arthur J. Abramoff was assigned to the 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron at Na Trang. On January 20, 1967, he was flying an O-1G (# 51-4851), a Cagey Forward Air Controller and controlling an air strike on enemy troops 20 miles north of Dak To in Kontum Province South Vietnam. The aircraft may have been hit by ground fire and crashed. The aircraft was so badly burned and in such a hostile area it couldn’t be inspected. No post mortem was performed on 1LT Abramoff because his body was so badly burned and his death was listed as cremation. 1LT G. D. Hull, his observer, survived but could add nothing about his death. 1LT Abramoff had three years of service and served 88 days in combat. His body was recovered and his name is located at 14E 056 on the Vietnam Memorial. He was from Margate, New Jersey, and was 25 and married when he died. [Taken from fac-assoc.org]
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