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is honored on Panel 44W, Line 35 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Sgt. Baldwin

    Posted on 8/19/02 - by Niner One
    Sgt. Baldwin, this is in remembrance of you and the remaining members of your squad who were ambushed on September 12, 1968, while on reconnaissance 5 kilometers Northeast of Loc Ninh, Binh Long Province, Vietnam.

    Sgt. Michael Richard Baldwin - Flemington, NJ - Panel 44W, Row 35
    Ssgt. Phillip Kenneth Baker - Detroit, MI - Panel 44W, Row 34
    Pfc. Eugene Russell Boyce - Spartanburg, SC - Panel 44W, Row 35
    Sp4. Wayne Daniel Jenkins - Bryson City, NC - Panel 44W, Row 38
    Pfc. Kenneth Leroy Martin - Los Angeles, CA - Panel 44W, Row 39
    Pfc. Marion Luther Oxner - Leesville, SC - Panel 44W, Row 40
    Pfc. Dale Arden Palm - Toledo, OH - Panel 44W, Row 40
    Pfc. Kurt Francis Ponath - Cudahy, WI - Panel 44W, Row 41
    Sp4. J C Williams Jr. - Muncie, IN - Panel 44W, Row 43
    Pfc. William Wittman - Binghamton, NY - Panel 44W, Row 42

    September 12, 1968, was a long and sad day for Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 28th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division.

    You will never be forgotten.
  • Remembering "Motoring Mike" Baldwin

    Posted on 7/11/99 - by Thom Woodward
    Mike Baldwin was a fun-loving guy. We played high school football together; he was a tackle -- not the most talented physically but always eager to get in a few licks. Mike also enjoyed cars -- he had a '55 or '56 Chevy, as I recall. He wrote a teriffic column in "The Lamp," our high school paper, about hotrods. Mike could be heard "motoring" around the high school corridors, making sounds with his mouth: racing the motor, shifting gears, pealing tires as he turned a corner (often right into a teacher). I expect he's racing around heaven today, driving St. Peter crazy with all the noise.

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