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TODD MICHAEL MELTON


is honored on Panel 1W, Line 115 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Remembering

    Posted on 4/23/16
    Remembering from somewhere.. ISSUU

    STILL a P.O.W.? They cannot close a case on somebody that has technically never been found??
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  • EC 47 aircraft number AN 636

    Posted on 2/8/16 - by ron Lightner ronlightner@cinci.rr.com
    I didn't serve with Todd. I was at NKP from 1970-72. I flew on the same airplane AN 636 on my fini flight, the same plane that Todd flew his last mission on. I can relate to all the feelings he went thru flying the EC-47. God bless Todd and all the crew of Baron 52
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  • EC 47 aircraft number AN 636

    Posted on 2/8/16 - by ronlightner@cinci.rr.com
    I don't remember Todd, I was at NKP 70-72 Feb. I had my fini flight on the same plane. I can relate to every thing Todd felt while flying. God bless Todd and all the men of Baron 53
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  • I still remember you, Todd

    Posted on 6/20/15 - by Bruce Atkinson
    We became good friends while in the UW dorm in Madison. 18 months after last seeing each other, our paths briefly crossed while in basic training at Lackland AFB. That was the last I saw of you.

    I spent 4 years stateside, and you went to Nam. A year or so later, your parents told me the plane you were on had been shot down.

    Although business took me to Washington DC many times in the intervening years, it took me until 2008 to not break down 1/4 mile away and finally visit the wall. I still cry thinking of the many lost in that useless war.
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  • Served together at DaNang follow-up

    Posted on 3/7/15 - by SSG Vern Holm bluestemwine@mchsi.com
    I should proof read! Aircraft type Todd and I flew on out of DaNang should read EC-47Q.
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