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BUCK EDWARD ALBRIGHT


is honored on Panel 24W, Line 80 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • A friend

    Posted on 8/19/17 - by Bill Stites
    Thanks to this site for the remembrance of Buck. If Buck Ochoa or Nancy Ochoa see this please email me at bordom11@gmail.com - This is BillStites - I'm very sorry to hear of David's passing. Please reach out. And again, thanks to the keepers of this site.
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  • Remembered

    Posted on 8/14/16 - by Lucy Conte Micik bennysgift@gmail.com
    DEAR LANCE CPL. ALBRIGHT,
    THANK YOU FOR BEING A MARINE GRUNT - OFFICIALLY THE MOS IS RIFLEMAN, BUT IT WAS YOU TO TRUDGED THROUGH THE MUD, JUNGLES AND RICE PADDIES.
    REST IN PEACE AND SEMPER FI.
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  • Vietnam brothers

    Posted on 6/4/16 - by Chefbuckochoa@gmail.com
    My dad David Burgos Ochoa was one of Bucks best friends, they had no idea they would meet again in Vietnam. I was told I. Was named after him. My dad has since passed. My name is Buck Ochoa. My dad told me stories, just really awesome to know it was true! God bless our Vets! Without them the constitution is just paper!
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  • Taken too soon

    Posted on 8/20/15
    Buck the week I went on a three in coountry R&R, Lcpl Jerry Cooper took my place as Charlie squad radioman. A newbee just in country. 2 weeks was wallking point. As the squad leader you chose to take point. When the squad was hit with small arms fire Jerry took three rounds for me and you gave your life that day so the rest of your squad. Your bravery and sacrifice will forever remain in our hearts. May you rest in piece and your life not be in vane. God bless you and thank you from all of America.
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  • IN REMEMBRANCE

    Posted on 5/27/15 - by Apollo High School Student CW
    I am grateful for your bravery and contribution to making our country a safer place.
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