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is honored on Panel 13E, Line 3 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Sad had His braclet in middle school but stolen many years later

    Posted on 12/30/18 - by Terry Quack
    I want Thank You for Your Service. I was honored in middle school to have gotten Your Name on My braclet .Our class got a braclet with mia names. I hung on to it until My middle 20's when Our house was broken into. I lost that connection with a special person but never will forget Your Name. God Bless
  • Today

    Posted on 12/3/18 - by
    I bought a remembrance bracelet while in D.C. that had Russell Peter Bott's name on it, I kept it and often shared it with my children and co-workers. Little did I know that years later I would be a Flight Nurse in the Air Force flying wounded warriors out of Afghanistan and seeing the young faces like I see in the photo on this page. I was honored to care for them, and I'm honored to serve behind hero's like this one...Russell Peter Bott. Him and those like him will live in my heart.
  • An American Hero

    Posted on 12/2/18 - by Janice Current
    Thank you for your service and your sacrifice. Thank you for stepping up and answering your country's call. Rest easy knowing you will never be forgotten.
  • Address of Family

    Posted on 10/3/18 - by Kelly Gregory
    Hello my name is Kelly Gregory. Russell was my great Uncle and his sister is still alive and well. (Eleanor Bott (Gregory) We would love to get the bracelet back to her as she is always wondering still to this day about her brother.
    Please mail to:
    Kelly Gregory
    44 manor Rd
    shrewsbury ma 01545
    Kind thanks and thank you for wearing his bracelet it means a lot to our family that he is widely remembered and recognized for his honor and duties.

  • To the Family of S/Sgt Russell Bott

    Posted on 10/3/18 - by Karen Galati
    While cleaning out my Mother's belongings, I found the MIA bracelet of your loved one she wore for years. Our military family lived in South East Asia during the early years of the French Vietnam conflict. Let me know where I could forward his bracelet to the family. Thanks you.
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The Wall of Faces

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