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is honored on Panel 2W, Line 20 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • brother Ruben

    Posted on 7/5/18 - by Ralph Lucero
    Hi rueben,
    We think about you alot and miss you very much! Love your brother Ralph
  • My dearest brother

    Posted on 4/17/18 - by Pita Valerio
    My daughter Deverrea your niece found this web site today. My mom has shared many memories of you and even tho your gone. I just wanted you to know that your death has hurt her deeply and that she loves you dearly and has never forgotten you. I promise you that my children won't either and so on. We love you so much RIP my dear brother
  • Merry Christmas daddy!

    Posted on 12/25/17 - by
    Daddy i hope your having a great Christmas in heaven. Please take care of my family that has passed for me. And i love and miss you so much. And thanks for bringing your brothers my uncles into my life i needed them. Love you my precious father. Until we meet rip. And your sister n mom
  • Thank you for your service may you rest in peace.

    Posted on 10/2/17 - by Clifford sandoval
    I never had the pleasure of meeting I was too mom Dolores used to tel us stories about you and that you were an awesome man.??
  • Ground Casualty

    Posted on 8/15/17 - by
    SP4 Rueben T. Aragon was trained as a food service specialist and was assigned to B Battery, 6th Battalion, 32nd Artillery, at Camp Carroll near the DMZ in Quang Nam Province, RVN. On August 15, 1971, Camp Carroll came under a rocket attack in which SP4 Aragon was critically injured. He was medically evacuated to a U.S. Army hospital in Okinawa where he succumbed to his injuries September 20, 1971. [Taken from]
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The Wall of Faces

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