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is honored on Panel 21E, Line 37 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Thank You!!

    Posted on 4/16/16 - by MaryClyde Paul Wright
    You are a 2nd cousin I'll never meet here on earth but I'd like to publicly say "Thank You for your Service"
  • Remembering Danny L. Paul

    Posted on 5/15/15 - by Hunter pitman
    Thank you for serving our country in the Marines. It takes a lot of courage to do that and maybe someday i will be able to join the military as well because you and so many people have inspired me. It is sad that you were only 20 when you passed but you are remembered and the only thing that i can think to say is thank you.
  • Thank you!

    Posted on 5/15/15 - by Emma
    We are learning about the Vietnam Conflict in class and i think that it is very interesting to hear about. Seeing all the faces and names on this site is amazing to me. Thank you so much for all you've done.
  • Short Bio

    Posted on 2/3/15 - by Terry A. Mayon Sr.
    Paul, Danny Lee, the son of George A. and Viola Lee Paul, was born in Morgan City, Louisiana, on 15 Mar 1947. After graduating from Morgan City High School in 1965, Danny Paul joined the US Marine Corps. Private 1st Class Danny Lee Paul was Killed-In-Action when he was struck by small arms fire during hostile action against enemy forces while at Vinh Huy, Nui Loc Son Basin, 8 Kilometers ESE of Que Son at Quang Tin Province, Republic South Vietnam, on June 2, 1967. (Note: 75 American Servicemen were killed during this engagement.) PFC Danny Lee Paul is buried in the Morgan City Cemetery and his tombstone is inscribed “PFC 1st BTN 5th MARINES” VIETNAM – PURPLE HEART. Danny left behind his parents, sisters Myrna Jane Paul and Jo’Ann Paul.
  • Semper Fi, Marine.

    Posted on 6/2/14 - by A Marine, USMC, Vietnam
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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.

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