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THOMAS WARING BENNETT JR


is honored on Panel 1W, Line 103 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Friends with your twin Sister

    Posted on 3/30/19 - by Roger Clited flatlandfrmboy1967@gmail.com
    In 2017 my wife and joined our local Rolling Thunder Chapter, Virginia 4 out of Lynchburg. This is where we learned the story of Major Thomas "Buddy" Bennett. His story is very close to our hearts not just as Rolling Thunder works to bring awareness to our POW/MIA's from Vietnam and all wars but for the fact that Buddy's twin Sister is a member of our Chapter. Mathilde "Teal" Bennett is a long time member and very active in POW/MIA Affairs.
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  • Bracelet

    Posted on 11/27/18
    I was given your bracelet by my class leader when I got to the Air Force Academy in 1992, I'm on my third as they wear out or were broken, I wear it every day and tell as much as I can to anyone that asks.
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  • Never Forget

    Posted on 5/23/18
    I got Major Bennett's bracelet when I was in high school in Ms. around 1976. About once I year I pull it and, google his name and check on his status. Thank you sir for your service and I continue to pray for your family.
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  • Bracelet

    Posted on 1/11/18 - by Eyvonne Klink eyka1992@yahoo.com
    I also have Major Bennett’s bracelet, just found it in my jewelry box. I am retired Air Force myself, so my heartfelt gratitude for his service. If he has family members who would like to have his bracelet, pls email me at: eyka1992@yahoo.com
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  • Remembered many years

    Posted on 8/13/17 - by Broderick
    I received the POW/MIA bracelet for Major Bennett in 1984; I still have it. Today 8/13/2017 I decided to use the internet to look up his bio. My concerns and appreciations goes to his family for his defense of America and South Vietnam.
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