BRADLEY G CUTHBERT
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HONORED ON PANEL 38W, LINE 41 OF THE WALL

BRADLEY GENE CUTHBERT

WALL NAME

BRADLEY G CUTHBERT

PANEL / LINE

38W/41

DATE OF BIRTH

11/23/1940

CASUALTY PROVINCE

NZ

DATE OF CASUALTY

11/23/1968

HOME OF RECORD

FT MADISON

COUNTY OF RECORD

Lee County

STATE

IA

BRANCH OF SERVICE

AIR FORCE

RANK

MAJ

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LEFT FOR BRADLEY GENE CUTHBERT
POSTED ON 6.16.1999
POSTED BY: Jane

Remembering You

I was five years old in1958 when you went off to Annapolis. I still have the midshipman cap you sent me then. I remember your telling me that you would someday nominate me as Queen at the Army-Navy game. You were my first hero.
I was nearly ten years old when you married. Mom had to take me over to the park because I was crying so hard...you were supposed to marry me, you know!
I was fifteen years old when Dad walked into the multi-purpose room to tell me that if anyone could make it out alive it would be you.
Mom walked around the park again with me the day of the memorial service.
Now I'm principal of a school and every year I take the 8th grade to the wall. I tell them about the war, about heroes, and about you. I show them your hat and hope that they will learn from what I have to say.
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POSTED ON 6.1.1999
POSTED BY: Cheryl L

I will remember your name forever.

I will remember your name forever. I don't know what you look like or anything else about you, but I wore your name.

I didn't understand the war or the reasons behind the fighting. I was just a naive freshman in high school. I only knew that our men were far away representing our country. You deserved our respect.

I wore a bracelet with your name on it until the coating wore off... and still I wore it.... it never came off my wrist... it finally broke in half after almost three years. Then I carried it in my purse... I kept watching the papers for your name... hoping to find out that you had been found... Hoping that you had been reunited with your family. We owe you a debt that can never be repaid. We owe your family a debt that can never be repaid.

I visited the traveling wall in Oregon and found your name. I still have the rubbing. I left you the the bracelet.

Rest in Peace. I will remember your name forever.

Cheryl L
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