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is honored on Panel 2W, Line 127 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Uncle Jimmy

    Posted on 4/8/18 - by Arlette Z Hart
    My Uncle, my big brother, my hero! I was 11 the day you went missing. Easter dinner was in the oven and I could not understand why Grandma needed to go home. She didn't know why either until She pulled up to Marines on her doorstep delivering the horrific news. What a huge hole that day left in our family's heart. 46 yrs ago this Easter. Easter and April fools day coinciding again this year. I have always wished your disappearance was a monumental April Fools joke. I have always worn your bracelet and still wear one now. Easter Monday is still done in your honor. My Son is an Army Ranger because of you. He never met you obviously but your spirit and our memories of you impressed him So much that he always wanted to serve his Country. We miss you so very much. The whole family esp.My Mom and Dad grieve your passing. Live your memories and love you immensely. My Grandson is named after you. He has your heart. I love you Uncle Jimmy and I will never forget you or let you be forgotten. God Speed my love!
  • Final Mission of CPL James F. Worth

    Posted on 5/13/16 - by
    CPL James F. Worth served with Subunit 1, 1st Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Companies (ANGLICO), Fleet Marine Force, Pacific (FMFPAC). On April 1, 1972, CPL Worth was the naval member of a gunfire liaison team in Gio Linh District, Quang Tri Province. This incident coincided with the launching of the Spring 1972 offensive by the Vietnam People's Army. CPL Worth's team was hit by a heavy ground attack and was forced to withdraw. At that point, Corporal Worth was determined to be missing. On the afternoon of April 2nd, CPL Worth came up on his radio with a message that he was on his way overland to Dong Ha. He never arrived. CPL Worth was initially declared missing and, in December 1976, was declared dead/body not recovered. He was never reported alive in the Vietnamese prison system. [Taken from and]
  • My brother on Arms

    Posted on 3/31/16
    You inspired every time you saw me...R.I.P. SEMPER FI
  • Was thinking of you today...

    Posted on 4/18/14 - by Kerns, Eugene F Sgt. USMC '65-'69
    Hello Brother, though you and I have never met, we are Brothers because we are Marines. Though I didn't serve in combat... I did serve in Nam from '68-'69. I have worn your bracelet for many many years and I discovered today that it has started to crack. I swore all years ago I'd continue to wear your bracelet until you come home so I spent some time this evening searching for another so I can continue my promise... Until You Come Home. I'll leave the old one at the Wall to be added to the thousands of other mementos left there...
    I've often wondered over the years since 1969 how God choose who came home and who didn't and I've never been able to figure it out....why me and not you... I pray that one day you will return home to complete your journey. God Bless you Brother...
    Semper Fi...
  • Remembering An American Hero

    Posted on 11/20/13 - by Curt Carter
    Dear CPL James Frederick Worth, sir

    As an American, I would like to thank you for your service and for your sacrifice made on behalf of our wonderful country. The youth of today could gain much by learning of heroes such as yourself, men and women whose courage and heart can never be questioned.

    May God allow you to read this, and may He allow me to someday shake your hand when I get to Heaven to personally thank you. May he also allow my father to find you and shake your hand now to say thank you; for America, and for those who love you.

    With respect, and the best salute a civilian can muster for you, Sir

    Curt Carter
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The Wall of Faces

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