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MARTIN RONALD SCOTT


is honored on Panel 6E, Line 12 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Thank you

    Posted on 12/27/17 - by Betty Tindle
    Thank you for your service and sacrifice.
  • POW/MIA Bracelet

    Posted on 10/4/17 - by Susan Cheney susancheney@comcast.net
    My husband has worn Major Martin Scott's bracelet for many years. I decided to look into Major Scott & much to our surprise, he was coming home. My husband would like to mail his bracelet to the family. Please e-mail me as to where I could send this
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  • The service for Col. Scott today

    Posted on 9/22/17 - by Judy Woods
    It was emotional and awesome. I bought a bracelet 49 yrs ago when I became best friends with his brother, Bill Scott. I got to meet and visit with his oldest son, Ronald. He said people with the Bracelets should make a personal decision and it was fine with the family if they choose to keep them as a remembrance. The service was definitely a hero's welcome home.
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  • Rest in Peace, September 22, 2017

    Posted on 9/22/17 - by Day ecoday@gmail.com
    So sorry that I couldn’t make it to the memorial & burial today in Oklahoma. I made a Powerpoint and talked to my students about Col. Scott, the Vietnam War, and why I wore his bracelet for the past 50 years. At one point I started crying and they were also very moved. They will never forget the story I told them about Col. Scott, his sons and his wife, Oklahoma, and the Memorial in DC. They were most concerned about what I should do with the bracelet, now that he is home. Me wearing Col. Scott’s bracelet has been a way to keep his memory alive through discussions with my children, their children, & now my students here in England. My thoughts and good wishes are with his family, now and always.
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  • American Hero and Patriot

    Posted on 9/22/17 - by Jerry Owens jro4000@gmail.com
    After coming home from Vietnam and Discharged from Marine Corps in Jan. 68, I purchased a POW/MIA bracelet when the came out. I wore it over 30 years. It broke and got soldered so many times that it finally wore out and not repairable. I kept it but unable to find it now. I will always remember Col. Martin Scott and so pleased He has finally come home. Was able to be at the beautiful funeral service in Claremore, Oklahoma where a large crowd came to pay their respects. Look forward to seeing you in Heaven Colonel and swap stories.
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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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