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is honored on Panel 23E, Line 14 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • I'm proud of our Vietnam Veterans

    Posted on 1/17/19 - by Dennis Wriston
    Lance Corporal Ernest Floyd Petty, Served with the Communications Support Company, 7th Communications Battalion, 1st Marine Division, Third Marine Amphibious Force.
  • Ernie the Guy

    Posted on 8/15/18 - by Bruce Witthoff
    Onthe way to ChuLai at Pearl we had a riotous time at Waikiki, downtown Honululu and Ft DeRussy. We had to sneak Ernie on board. In RVNhe did hisjob and I missed him when he was killed. Dumped a beer on his grave.
  • Uncle Ernie

    Posted on 7/20/17 - by
    I can't help but to feel close to you as if I have always known you .
    My dad wrote a poem about you that I just today received in the
    Mail from your sister Phyllis . You were looked up to and greatly
    Respected by your little Brother Robert Pittman. I can
    Tell by his words he missed you so much. Dad speaks of
    Walking with you again in heaven some day. I know in my heart that you two are back together ... family forever .
    Remembering Ernest Floyd Pittman
    7th communications battalion
    United States Marines
  • Uncle Ernie Pittman

    Posted on 7/7/17 - by
    Your real name is Ernest PITTMAN not Petty , your mother Anna Ruth
    Enlisted you under a fake name and Birthday to send you away.
    I am the child of your little brother Robert Allen Pittman .
    It took me years to learn of you and now here you are .
    I want people to know your real name and remember you
    For your great sacrifice . You are not forgotten Uncle Ernie PITTMAN
  • related to?

    Posted on 11/29/14 - by ERWNRY@AOL.COM
    my nameis ray Erwin, I knew Ernie in Danang before he transferred to Dong Ha. I would like to connect with a relative of his. My Email is Erwin.
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