My brotherPosted on 11/15/06 - by Phil Begosh firstname.lastname@example.orgNot a day goes by, that I don't think about you. You taught me how to drive your Ford Fairlane, with "three on the tree", on Rockville Pike when I was only 15 years old. You taught me how to ride a motorcycle. You let your little punk brother hang out with you. You don't know how much that meant to me. It's hard to believe you were only 20 years old when you were taken from us. You did so much in such a short period of time. You are still a legend in Rockville and Marty, You are the Man!MORE
IN REMEMBRANCE OF THIS FINE YOUNG UNITED STATES ARMY SERVICEMAN WHOSE NAME SHALL LIVE FOREVER MOREPosted on 10/5/05 - by CLAY MARSTON CMSRATON@INTERLOG.COM
MARTIN JOHN BEGOSH
who served with the
240th AVIATION HELICOPTER COMPANY
214th AVIATION BATTALION
12th AVIATION GROUP
1st AVIATION BRIGADE
" GREYHOUND "
was a posthumous recipient of the
NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE MEDAL
VIETNAM SERVICE MEDAL
REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM CAMPAIGN SERVICE MEDAL
and was entitled to wear
ARMY AIRCREW WINGS
YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN
NOR SHALL YOU EVER BE
20 JULY 1999
We rememberPosted on 12/6/04 - by Robert Sage email@example.comMartin is buried at Arlington Nat Cem.
It is our duty to remember.Posted on 1/20/03 - by Jim GerityAs one of the 1046 Marylanders who made the ultimate sacrifice we are honored to post your photograph. Operation Remember will continue until we have recovered the photos of all our fallen brothers from the State of Maryland.MORE
Visit www.vva451.org and click on the Operation Remember banner for more details about this project of remembrance.
Vietnam Veterans of America
Baltimore, Chapter 451
With Respect...Posted on 10/28/02 - by WinterOn November 9, 2002 at 2 pm, I will be participating in The Reading of the Names for the 20th Anniversary of the Vietnam Wall in DC.MORE
I am honored, and privileged to be able to show tribute to you, and others, with respect, honor and dignity.
Thank you for your service and for your sacrifice.
You will NEVER be forgotten.
NEVER FORGOTTENPosted on 10/7/01 - by Steve BecknerMARTY, it has been over 33 years since I was with you, when you were taken from your family and friends. There isn't a day that goes by without you being in my thoughts. We had some good times together over there and of course some bad times.I just want to thank you for everything, especially for being my friend and crew chief.The pictures I have, show the good times, and you always left your special mark on them. You will NEVER be FORGOTTEN.MORE
My RemembrancePosted on 2/11/01 - by CarolI was 17 when you died. I don't think we ever met, yet you are a memory for me. My daughter recently had to do a report on the Vietnam Wall. She asked me what I remembered about that time. I told her I remembered one person who died in Vietnam and I told her your name. I gave her a name to search for on the Wall. I grew up in Twinbrook and was at a summer party with friends when I heard the heartbreaking news. I remember the tears and how the party just stopped. I wanted to write and thank you for the incredible sacrifice you made for all of us. Your memory lives on.MORE
You have a namesakePosted on 6/17/99 - by Andrew Begosh firstname.lastname@example.orgWe think of you each day. I named my only son after you, and he joined the Army. He, too, will be remembered, as the first American Casualty - wounded in Bosnia. He is proud to carry your name. We are proud to be part of your family.MORE
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.
All of these photos will be showcased in The Education Center at The Wall on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. To learn more about the effort to collect these photos and ensure their faces will never be forgotten, visit www.buildthecenter.org.