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is honored on Panel 10W, Line 15 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Remembering the Fallen April 10, 1970

    Posted on 6/17/18 - by Tom W. Kirkland, TSgt. AF Retired, 30th Communications
    Andy, I was there that day you and the others were lost.
    I saw the [plane hit your building and burst into flame. I knew then, it was too late. You and the rest of your guys will always be remembered and I will say a prayer for you everyday that I remain on this Earth. May you rest in peace.
  • You are not forgotten

    Posted on 11/1/17 - by jerry sandwisch wood cty.ohio nam vet 1969-70 army 173rd abn bde
    Rest in peace Andrew. Correction on name.
  • My friend Andy

    Posted on 10/2/17 - by Russ metcalf
    I still remember the day you stopped to ask me if you could go out with my sister. You were an acquaintance then. You treated her like a lady earning my respect. You were the first friend I lost in SEA. You are missed by many and always will be .
  • Scholarship Fund in Honor of You Andrew Mc Carthy

    Posted on 8/8/16 - by Mary Bodnar
    In honor of your loving memory & your huge sacrifice for your country, your parents or family set up an endowment to help out kids at our church, Lakewood United Methodist & both my oldest 2 kids, Dillon & Franchesca Bodnar have benefited from your parents gracious charitable & generous gift. We thank you for that! May God Bless You & Keep You & the Angels Be with you!!
  • VFW Post 10249

    Posted on 2/12/16 - by VFW Post 10249
    Established 8 Jan 1972, AFTN Memorial VFW Post 10249 in Udon thailand, is named in memory of the nine airmen killed on duty when a battle damaged RF-4C Phantom aircraft crashed into the Armed Forces Thailand Network (AFTN) Udorn Radio-TV Station on 10 Apr 1970.
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The Wall of Faces

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