William Warren Breece, JrWarrant Officer
A TROOP, 7TH SQDN, 1ST CAVALRY, 1 AVN BDE
Army of the United States
03 May 1948 - 05 December 1968
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The database page for William Warren Breece, Jr
I had only met him a couple of times, I was 12 when he died and I vividly recall that day the article hit the local paper. I knew him from when my Dad and I would visit the florist shop/nursery where he worked with his Dad. My sister lives on a street that bears his last name and was named as memorial to him.
The sponsor of this memorial wishes to remain anonymous.
My Best Friend Warren ... His Mom, brother Jim, girlfriend Pam and I carry the memory forever until we die.
Call if you like to keep the added info ... the Crew from TN and C/E are in our hearts ... let's all stay in touch.
From Warren's best friend,
A Note from The Virtual WallWO1 William Warren Breece, Jr, was the aircraft commander and pilot of an OH-6A helicopter (hull number 66-07892). WO Breece was hit by enemy small arms fire while making a firing run against enemy troops. The copilot made a precautionary landing to allow first aid, but WO Breece died of his injuries.
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
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