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This is a Special Memorial page dedicated to our classmates who gave all to our Country. These men lost their lives way to young. We will always honor them and never forget these heroes, classmates and friends.
For more information or to leave a tribute please visit the Class Memorial Page. If you know of any others who have served please let us know by emailing 
tonyaclassof63.com 

The link below is a virtual wall of all those lost during the Vietnam war with the names, bio's and other information on our lost heroes. Those who remember that time frame, or perhaps lost friends or family can look them up on this site.

http://www.virtualwall.org/iStates.htm

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JOHN WILLIAM ADAIR

August 25th, 1945 to November 19th, 1967


We have learned John's casualty was  in a Jeep rollover
while in Panama. 
John was in the Army and this was a
service related accident.
  
John was not married but had a Mesa girl friend
named Cindy Nichols.
 








John's brother Dallas Tryer Adair Jr (MHS Class of 61) gave
all in Vietnam. 
Casualty came just 6 months later. Dallas left behind his wife
Diane Jones Adair who was pregnant with their daughter.    

CPL - E4 - Army - Selective Service
9th Infantry Division
Length of service 0 years
His tour began on Mar 30, 1968
Casualty was on Apr 26, 1968
in DINH TUONG, SOUTH VIETNAM


 
 

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ROBERT (BOB) ORRIE
              LONG

Marine Private First Class 

April 27th, 1945 to August 18th, 1965


CASUALTY WAS IN
QUANG TIN, SOUTH, VIETNAM

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LEONARD ARVIN ENOS
Army - SP4-E4


May 23rd, 1944 to May 25th, 1967


CASUALTY WAS IN
QUANGNGAL, SOUTH VIETNAM

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JERRY TIMOTHY SUTER
Navy -HM-E4

February 26th, 1945 to September 15th, 1966


CASUALTY WAS IN
QUANGTIN, SOUTH VIETNAM 

The Education Center at The Wall is going to be a state of the art extension of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the National Mall. Help us make it a reality www.buildthecenter.org
Mission
By telling the stories behind every name, the Education Center at The Wall will help visitors understand the courage, sacrifice and devotion of those who fell, those who returned, and those who waited. While learning truths about the Vietnam War, visitors will also discover how the Memorial shaped the ways Americans mourn, and the vital part The Wall played in helping to heal the bitter divisions that tore at the nation’s heart and soul.
Company Overview
Why did he enlist? Was he provided a meal every night? What do the front lines of a battleground look, smell and even taste like?

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, DC lists hundreds of names anyone can read and touch. This wall evokes emotion, serves as a peaceful place for friends and family and withstands the elements. This wall does many things, but one thing it can't do is pe...rsonalize each veteran's story. Their stories deserve to be told. Imagine a place where you can walk a mile in the veterans shoes, learn about their individual experiences and walk away with a first person perspective of what happened from 1959-1974.

Immortalize the veterans experiences so the youngest of future generations never forget. Join the effort to build an education center for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund today.