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WILLIAM TAMM ARNOLD


is honored on Panel 12E, Line 84 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • I wear your bracelet yoo

    Posted on 6/13/18 - by peggy Lightfoot pllightfoot@hotmail.com
    CMDR Arnold, I have been wearing the MIA bracelet with your name for several years. It is a daily reminder that you are still not home in Wisconsin. I pray that someday I can take it off and know you will rest in Peace here at home.
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  • Thinking of you today

    Posted on 5/28/18 - by Patricia Gerenski
    I was cleaning my room today and found my bracelet that i wore... i came to my computer and entered the name and found this website. At the time friends and i sold hundreds of the bracelets.
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  • MIA bracelet

    Posted on 5/28/18 - by Laura Kay kayylaura1@yahoo.com
    When I was just about 12 years old i wore his MIA bracelet. I had written to his family and his mother wrote back to me. I always wondered about if he was ever found. This picture is the same one his mother sent me.
    Again, this Memorial Day I wish to thank him for his service.
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  • West Allis Remembrance

    Posted on 5/3/18 - by Carnell Andrews
    Thank you for your service. I am from the same area as you and I really appreciate your service.
  • Remembering William

    Posted on 4/30/18 - by Aaliyah H
    Thank you for your service. You are remembered.
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The Wall of Faces

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