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  • Date of Birth:11/6/1946
  • Date of Casualty:4/7/1969
  • Home of Record:DAYTON
  • County of Record:MONTGOMERY COUNTY
  • State:OH
  • Branch of Service:ARMY
  • Rank:SGT
  • Panel/Row:27W, 31
  • Casualty Province:BINH DUONG


  • Date of Birth:5/6/1948
  • Date of Casualty:4/7/1969
  • Home of Record:LOUISVILLE
  • State:KY
  • Branch of Service:MARINE CORPS
  • Rank:PFC
  • Panel/Row:27W, 31
  • Casualty Province:QUANG TRI


is honored on Panel 27W, Row 33 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • It is all about freedom

    Posted on 7/18/16 - by Barry Hendrix, US Navy 1970-79
    Larry was a brave and courageous friend who gave the ultimate sacrifice - to fight communism so others could be free. Without such AMERICAN men from all previous generations and wars we and many others around the world would not be free today. I was fairly safe on an aircraft carrier off Vietnam in 1972 after the Army was pulled out, but knew we would end it and we did by bombing relentlessly for 9 months. We always thought about those who served before us. So Sad Larry and Stan Sargent - two good friends - did not make it back, but they are remembered along with the other 58K who fought and died so others could be free.
  • My American Hero.....

    Posted on 7/18/16 - by
    Larry my friend. Remember partying with you just 2 days before you shipped out to that God Forsaken place Never to come back home to Blytheville. I too was in that Damn war in 1969 . Lost 9 of my guys over there in 3 fire fights.Just knew it was my turn next but for some reason the Good lord said NO. Why ? I'm still wondering why I was saved. Hopefully one of these days He'll let me know. Until then I'll keep feeling Guilty why not me....Carry non American Hero Carry on.. 2nd Battalion 502nd Infantry 101 st Airborne Division 1969... Fast Eddie
  • Larry M. Kelly, SGT U.S. Army

    Posted on 3/20/15 - by Senior Chief Aviation Structural Mechanis (AW) Jimmy S. Wyatt USN, Ret
    I did not personally know Larry Kelly. He was a few years ahead of me in High School. He, none the less left a very strong impression on me and many of my classmates. Especially those in ROTC. His service and sacrifice are greatly appreciated and his dedication, honor, courage and finally, his willingness to give his all were and still are a lofty goal for all our Brothers and Sisters-in-arms. He died in a foreign land a hero to be remembered, honored and, revered as a person of great integrity and personal strength. A role model for all who would follow in his steps. Gone but NOT Forgotten. Rest in peach my Brother
  • Brother Gone But Not Forgotten EVER!

    Posted on 3/19/15 - by
    Hey my Brother Larry Kelley, We had some fond times together even in the Bush and humping everyday from mountain top to mountain. I have you etched in my heart forever Bro.. RIP I will never forget you.

    Posted on 3/19/15 - by Debbie Langley Moore
    Larry, you were a special friend. Thank you for your service for your country. You were loved by many and still missed.
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