MARTIN R SCOTT
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HONORED ON PANEL 6E, LINE 12 OF THE WALL

MARTIN RONALD SCOTT

WALL NAME

MARTIN R SCOTT

PANEL / LINE

6E/12

DATE OF BIRTH

04/10/1931

CASUALTY PROVINCE

NZ

DATE OF CASUALTY

03/15/1966

HOME OF RECORD

TULSA

COUNTY OF RECORD

TULSA COUNTY

STATE

OK

BRANCH OF SERVICE

AIR FORCE

RANK

COL

REMEMBRANCES

LEFT FOR MARTIN RONALD SCOTT
POSTED ON 12.27.2017
POSTED BY: Betty Tindle

Thank you

Thank you for your service and sacrifice.
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POSTED ON 10.4.2017
POSTED BY: Susan Cheney

POW/MIA Bracelet

My husband has worn Major Martin Scott's bracelet for many years. I decided to look into Major Scott & much to our surprise, he was coming home. My husband would like to mail his bracelet to the family. Please e-mail me as to where I could send this
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POSTED ON 9.22.2017
POSTED BY: Judy Woods

The service for Col. Scott today

It was emotional and awesome. I bought a bracelet 49 yrs ago when I became best friends with his brother, Bill Scott. I got to meet and visit with his oldest son, Ronald. He said people with the Bracelets should make a personal decision and it was fine with the family if they choose to keep them as a remembrance. The service was definitely a hero's welcome home.
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POSTED ON 9.22.2017
POSTED BY: Day

Rest in Peace, September 22, 2017

So sorry that I couldn’t make it to the memorial & burial today in Oklahoma. I made a Powerpoint and talked to my students about Col. Scott, the Vietnam War, and why I wore his bracelet for the past 50 years. At one point I started crying and they were also very moved. They will never forget the story I told them about Col. Scott, his sons and his wife, Oklahoma, and the Memorial in DC. They were most concerned about what I should do with the bracelet, now that he is home. Me wearing Col. Scott’s bracelet has been a way to keep his memory alive through discussions with my children, their children, & now my students here in England. My thoughts and good wishes are with his family, now and always.
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POSTED ON 9.22.2017
POSTED BY: Jerry Owens

American Hero and Patriot

After coming home from Vietnam and Discharged from Marine Corps in Jan. 68, I purchased a POW/MIA bracelet when the came out. I wore it over 30 years. It broke and got soldered so many times that it finally wore out and not repairable. I kept it but unable to find it now. I will always remember Col. Martin Scott and so pleased He has finally come home. Was able to be at the beautiful funeral service in Claremore, Oklahoma where a large crowd came to pay their respects. Look forward to seeing you in Heaven Colonel and swap stories.
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