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is honored on Panel 1W, Line 93 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Lt Col Anthoy C. Shine - Birthday Remembrance (78th)

    Posted on 5/20/17 - by kr
    The "Friends of Rocky Versace" remember Lt Col Anthony Cameron Shine, whose older ('63) and younger ('69) brothers attended the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, on what would've been his 78th birthday - 20 May 2017.
  • Unclaimed POW bracelet

    Posted on 4/9/17 - by Robert CJ Gore
    My mother gave this to me to hold onto. With the help of the internet maybe it will rightfully make it's way to his family.

    Posted on 8/30/16 - by RANDLE L. WHITNEY, Maj, USAF (ret)
    I was assigned to the 355th TFS in June '72. The first man I met was Capt. Tony Shine. A large man with a booming voice. I quickly learned what I could from him. Heart, attitude and commitment to the job, the important things. Mainly heart. It was an honor to fly his wing, especially in combat. It was strange not caring about dying, but I was scared to death that I may foul up in Tony's eyes. The only thing he loved more than flying fighters was his family. They can walk tall in his shadow, as they will make their own shadow. God, take care of my friend. See you later, Tony.
  • Shine On

    Posted on 5/16/16 - by Tracy Currie Todd
    I went to school with your youngest daughter...I want everyone to know that I think of you daily and the sacrifice you made for our country. When I think of a Hero, I think of you (and my Dad also in USAF @ MBAFB). You will live on forever! God bless your family. Sadly we lost your cooper MIA bracelet in our moves.
  • Still miss you...

    Posted on 12/29/15 - by ASE
    My father was Tony and his wife's best man. Have known Tony and his family for all of my life. His parents set a strong example of patriotism and all four of their children served in the Vietnam War. His youngest brother was KIA and his sister served as a nurse. His other brother did receive wounds but made it home. Tony would be proud of his children. And the strength that his widow endured is remarkable. Remember my parents going to see Tony before he left for his last tour. He had served all required tours but felt compelled to go on one more. Then the tragic news came about him missing. We all hoped, prayed and wore bracelets. We knew that he was probably KIA but with no remains for 25 years it gave the family no answers. Tony was one of millions of heros. Hope he and Dad are together once again in heaven.
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