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GEORGE FREDERICK SASSER


is honored on Panel 1W, Line 104 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Homecoming

    Posted on 10/19/18 - by AFROTC Detachment 790
    With honor, remembrance, and respect.
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  • I'm proud of our Vietnam Veterans

    Posted on 5/29/18 - by Dennis Wriston
    Major George Frederick Sasser, Served with the 42nd Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron, 388th Tactical Fighter Wing, 7th Air Force.
  • My Friend

    Posted on 7/27/16 - by Charles Hopper USAF 1971-1975 cehopper@comast.net
    Major Sasser and I became friends when we were station together shorty before he died. As a young Black airman he was an inspiration to me. I recently found his name on the Wall when I visited Washington DC earlier this year. Rest in Peace my friend.
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  • Roommates

    Posted on 7/14/16 - by Jack Thomas
    George and I were Aviation Cadet
    Graduating Class61-02 roommates. He was a leader of men throughout cadets and got his wish to be a pilot. CAVU friend
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  • childhood memories

    Posted on 5/30/14 - by Robert J Wynn
    George and I became very good and close friends during the time he would spend in Goldsboro, NC Every time he and his family visited his relatives in NC, we would spend time together sharing our memories of tiimes past and future plans Our last conversations together occurred during our junior years of college It was not until I learned of his death in 1973 from his aunt who lived on Persimmon Street in Goldsboro The next week my family and I visited the Memorial Wall ln D C and saw the name of my dear friend who had valiantly given his life for his country I've never forgotten my friend and I'm so grateful to be able to read about him I only wish that I had more pictures of him and his family
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The Wall of Faces

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