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is honored on Panel 13E, Line 106 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Thank You

    Posted on 8/10/17 - by Lucy Conte Micik
    Dear PFC Larry Bullock,
    Thank you for your service as an Infantryman with the 1st Cavalry. I am so sorry you went MIA on your birthday. It saddens me. You are still MIA.
    Please come home.
    It is important for us all to acknowledge the sacrifices of those like you who answered our nation's call. Please watch over America, it stills needs your courage and faithfulness. Be at peace with the angels.
  • Birthday

    Posted on 1/2/17 - by Lisa Mays
    Happy Birthday Uncle Larry, I'm a day late though! Love and miss you everyday.
  • Birthday

    Posted on 1/1/17 - by
    Happy Birthday
  • Ground Casualty

    Posted on 6/29/14 - by
    On his 20th birthday, PFC Larry A. Bullock was on a company-size operation in Binh Dinh Province. He had been on patrol for several days, and at the time of this incident, his unit was at a landing zone. Because they had not encountered any enemy resistance in the area, the company was allowed to go to the South China Sea for swimming, near grid coordinates BR 981 896. When the men first entered the water, the winds and the surf were calm and suitable for swimming, however, a short time later, surf rose and strong undertow developed which caused a number of the bathers some difficulty. Once onshore, a headcount was taken and Bullock was discovered missing. An unsuccessful search was conducted along the beach and choppers circled over the sea where the unit was swimming, but Bullock was not found. Other units operating in the area were notified to watch for Bullock or his body, but no trace was ever found. PFC Bullock was a good soldier that got unlucky. His is one of the unfortunate accidental deaths that occur wherever people are. The fact that he died an accidental death in the midst of war is tragically ironic. He is listed among the missing with honor, because his body was never found to be returned to the country he served. [Taken from]
  • Bracelet Still

    Posted on 1/2/14
    I still have your bracelet on my arm. It has been 11 years now and the only time it comes off my arm is when I have pet scan. I will wear it for every.
    God Bless
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The Wall of Faces

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