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Effort to remember those who died in Vietnam

Help us keep their memories alive.

I started a Facebook page to remember those who died in Vietnam—it
is called “Remembering the 58K” (signifies the 58,272 soldiers who died in Vietnam). I commute to work on my bicycle and for every mile I ride, I will list the names of those to be remembered that day.

Right now, I am listing 5 names per mile I ride. Every mile I ride is in memory of those who gave all! This is my personal mission to make sure that our fallen soldiers are not forgotten.

I would like to see as many people ‘like’ this page as possible to show that the fallen soldiers are remembered (It would be great to get 58,272 likes...one for each soldier). Please go to the Facebook page and ‘like’ it.

I am a Vietnam veteran. I served in the 25th Inf. Division at Cu Chi in 1968-1969. I will not allow those who died for our freedom to be forgotten!!

Thank you very much.

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