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is honored on Panel 27W, Line 6 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Found Bracelet

    Posted on 1/9/18 - by
    I am from Buffalo Ny Found this bracelet you can contact me at
  • Capt Ecklund

    Posted on 11/18/17 - by
    I also wore Capt Arthur Ecklund’s bracelet in high school (1970-1974) Tracy High, Tracy California. I also wrote to his parents and they wrote back and told me they called him Artie. I will today (2017) have his braclet and the letters I received from his mom. May he Rest In Peace.
  • Remebered

    Posted on 8/3/17 - by Rebecca (Slaght) Carneal
    In high school I wore a bracket with CAPT ARTHUR ECKLUND for many years. What an honor! Blessings to his family! May he always be remembered with pride!
  • I will never forget

    Posted on 5/25/16 - by Angie Brauner
    I wore his bracelet. I wrote his parents and they sent me a picture and a letter about him. I was a young girl. Age 10-13. The bracelet eventually broke and was lost, but I will never forget. I hope to see you in heaven one day.
  • Family located

    Posted on 4/13/16 - by Gary O'Connell
    I just talked to Artie Ecklund's sister,Kathy. Finally tracked her down in Alberta, Canada. We had a great conversation catching up after almost 50 years. Needless to say her thoughts of Artie are still strong and emotional. She confirmed that she had named her twins after him. One Artie Jo and the other using his middle name Gene. She does not want to get too involved due to her anger with the Government handling of his MIA and remains return. She did though say that if I was able to get bracelets her children and grand kids would cherish them... So I am going to see if I can be a clearing house to facilitate that process. Photo is of Ecklund family in 1956. Thanks to all who have posted and kept this family in their hearts.
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The Wall of Faces

Brought to you by the organization that built The Wall, the Vietnam Veterans Virtual Memorial Wall is dedicated to honoring, remembering and sharing the legacies of all those who died in the Vietnam War. Here you can go beyond the names on The Wall to see the faces, share the stories and read the remembrances posted by friends, neighbors, classmates and family members.

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