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DAVID LEVERETT LEET


is honored on Panel 2W, Line 136 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Thankyou.

    Posted on 11/11/17 - by Jason Boyd Leet jasonphilo@sbcglobal.net
    Thankyou to all of you who have posted such kind words in remembrance of my father.
  • Wingman

    Posted on 11/11/17 - by Capt Greg Linehan whitebird@moscow.com
    Capt Stout and I were on the mission in Pigment 03. They t/o first at 0230. We were delayed by rocket fire on the runway. Heard them check into Red Crown. SAM missle fire was intense and accurate. We had a 50' miss. Could not raise them on radio. They got our two best that night RIP
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  • I wore your bracelet too..

    Posted on 11/11/17 - by Ruth Sproule
    I think of you often, but especially today. I now live in Canada, and Remembrance Day here is a very solemn day. I said a prayer for you and your family during the ceremony's silence. Thank you for your service, and for your family's sacrifice.
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  • Thinking of you on 11/11/17

    Posted on 11/11/17 - by Michael Manning
    Just a 13 yr old kid at the time. I wore your bracelet.
    You're not forgotten.
    God Bless your Family.
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  • Memorial Day 2017

    Posted on 5/29/17 - by don.collie@yahoo.com
    I worked in the same office with Capt. Leet at MCAS Cherry Point. I was a young enlisted marine and he was a marine aviator. He never knew it but I looked up to him especially when he passed by in his flight gear headed for the flight line. That was my idea of a Marine!
    I have never forgot him and never will. I have not been to the wall but I ask a friend who was there to get a rubbing. It is my display case and it will remain there until I am gone.
    Semper Fi Capt.
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The Wall of Faces

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