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is honored on Panel 1E, Line 57 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • He would've been 100 years old today . . .

    Posted on 11/18/18 - by kr
    One century and 7 days following the WWI armistice, MSG Gabriel Ralph Alamo - Captain Roger Donlon's Team NCOIC for ODA-726 - would've been 100 years old today - 18 November 2018.
  • He was .....AD MORTEM FIDELIS....”Faithful Unto Death “

    Posted on 7/7/18 - by K
    Remembering a Great Warrior
  • Always proud to be your son

    Posted on 7/6/18 - by Michael Alamo
    54yrs is a long time dad, but not a day goes by that I don't wonder, what if you hadn't volunteered to go?, how would our lives have been different? But then I hug your 3 great grand daughters and the "what if" disappears. When I talk to them about your sacrifice...I'm reminded of how proud you make me feel to be the son of a legendary Green Beret Team Sgt of ODA 726.
  • Never forget Duty and Honor

    Posted on 7/6/18 - by Miguel Ybanez/Deputy Nueces County Texas
    Today is the date of your honorable death. Let it be known that you are remembered and will inspire other warriors. The Team fought in the darkness against a ruthless foe. God grant you a restful sleep and Thank You for Your Service.
  • MSG Gabriel R. Alamo - Birthday Remembrance (99th)

    Posted on 11/19/17 - by kr
    The "Friends of Rocky Versace" remember CPT Roger Donlon's Team NCOIC for ODA-726, MSG Gabriel Ralph Alamo, on the day after what would've been his 99th birthday - 18 November 2017. MSG Alamo received the Distinguished Service Cross for his heroic actions on 5-6 July 1964 during the attack of the U.S. Army Special Forces camp at Nam Dong.
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