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LARRY EDWARD FRANCIS


is honored on Panel 12W, Line 131 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Records Clarification

    Posted on 7/24/17 - by Bill Taggart artillery_83rd@yahoo.com
    David Barbarino was in A Battery 1/83rd Artillery and not Service Battery. Troy Canady and Ken McCarty wee both with the 101st Airborne.
    See the 1/83rd website for more details at...
    http://www.1stbn83rdartyvietnam.com/
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  • Ground Casualty

    Posted on 7/23/17 - by wkillian@smjuhsd.org
    On April 13, 1970, A Battery on FSB Bastogne in Thua Thien Province, RVN, received two enemy mortar rounds which impacted in one of the gun pits. Two men from Service Battery, SP4 David A. Barbarino and SP5 Larry E. Francis, and three men from A Battery, SP4 Troy V. Canady, SP4 Clifford J. Earnhardt, and SP4 Kenneth L. McCarty, were killed. Five personnel in the area were wounded. There was no damage to equipment. [Taken from coffeltdatabase.org and 1stbn83rdartyvietnam.com]
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  • Contact me

    Posted on 12/19/15 - by Bill Taggart
    Bob Williams, please contact Bill Taggart of the 1/83rd (66-67) regarding the 1/83rd Association.
  • I will never forget you.

    Posted on 12/18/15 - by Bob Williams 1/83rd. FA
    I served with Larry with the 1/83rd. Field Artillery. I was in country from 3 Feb 1970 to 19 December 1970. I will always remember his smiling face. We will meet again someday.
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  • 1/83rd Artillery - Vietnam 1966-1971

    Posted on 6/23/14 - by Bill Taggart
    Larry was part of the 1st Battalion 83rd Artillery in Vietnam and will be remembered always by his 1/83rd Family. Rest in Peace Brother.
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