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is honored on Panel 34E, Line 58 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Sir, You are not forgotten.

    Posted on 7/16/18 - by thomas l driscoll
    It's been 50 years now since that last day we talked and i strapped you in your plane. hardly a day goes by that i don't think of you, Major Moreland, and that day. I will never forget you. your plane captain, Sgt. Driscoll VMCJ 1 Vietnam
  • Waukesha High School

    Posted on 6/8/17 - by Nancy Paulson
    You have not been forgotten Paul. Remembering our special hero from the class of 61. Remembering our star of Brigadoon. Remembering you our friend.

    Posted on 4/6/16 - by CPL. KEN STEWART USMC RET.
    Dear Capt. Gee,
    I served in the area of I Corps where your plane went down. I just wanted to let you and your family know, that we are brothers in arms and we belong to a USMC family that can never be broken. Semper fi Capt. Gee you are remembered with honor always.

  • Final Mission of CAPT Paul S. Gee

    Posted on 7/22/15 - by
    CAPT Paul S. Gee was a member of the Marine Composite Squadron 1, Marine Air Group 11, 1st Marine Air Wing. On January 16, 1968, he was returning from a mission in a Skynight Electronic Surveillance Aircraft (EF-10B) near Da Nang, South Vietnam, when contact with the aircraft was lost. CAPT Gee and his crewmate, MAJ William D. Moreland, were within sight of Da Nang, barely over water when their plane went down. A search and rescue found an oil slick in the water but found no sign of life. MAJ Moreland and CAPT Gee were listed as Missing in Action/Body Not Recovered. [Taken from]
  • Touched

    Posted on 5/24/15 - by A Gee
    I am so touched by all of the words people have left for my uncle. I never got to meet him and every time someone talks about him. It makes me sad and it makes me wish more and more that I got to meet him,. Your words mean so much. Thank you everyone most of all thank you uncle Paul. You will forever be in the heart of your family.
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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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