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JOSH CAIN NOAH


is honored on Panel 30E, Line 46 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Plan to Visit Home

    Posted on 11/20/17 - by Robert S Baker capt3_91750@yahoo.com
    Hey Josh,
    We plan to visit Oklahoma for Christmas. Our two girls have heard many stories about you & your family. We plan to visit "Tine". I've met your nephews-they are good-looking tall Chahtas.
    Rest in Peace, cousin!
    Robert
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  • In Honor

    Posted on 11/20/17 - by John Braun, 1st Avn Bde birds@epix.net
    Josh, You are remembered and honored. KIA on Hill 875.
  • Going Home

    Posted on 11/20/16
    Hey Josh,
    My wife and I are visiting Oklahoma in couple of weeks. I plan to introduce my wife of 20+ years to members of your family. Your mom gave my wife a homemade beautiful quilt as a wedding gift. We treasure it to this day. I plan to visit our ole 'stompin' grounds' of old. In recent years, I've been traveling to Oklahoma primarily to see ole friends and old home sites. Memories are good!
    Rest in Peace cousin!
    Robert
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  • In Honor

    Posted on 11/20/16 - by John Braun birds@epix.net
    Josh, You are remembered and honored. Rest With the Warriors.
  • Choctaw from Oklahoma

    Posted on 9/17/16 - by Bob Baker capt3_91750@yahoo.com
    Hey Josh,
    I last saw you in uniform at Bobb Meyers. I remember you making it clear that day, you were Airborne, therefore, you did not wear bus driver cap. We spent a lot of time playing and generally 'raising hell' as we grew up in Battiest/Pickens area.
    I think of your mom's biscuits often, especially when I'm heading to Oklahoma. She had that special knack for cooking 'real Choctaw food'. I can see her, in my mind's eye, her bending over a cook pot that time we spent couple of weeks in Texas looking for work. That stew was really good!
    Rest in Peace, cousin!
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