Terry Francis DrownSpecialist Four
E CO, 4TH BN, 21ST INFANTRY, 11TH INF BDE, AMERICAL DIV
Army of the United States
24 October 1944 - 11 June 1969
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He volunteered. A (REAL) hero, who feared no evil. Walked point, did the job that we were too afraid to do.
From a unit buddy,
19 Feb 2007
Years have passed, now even my granddaughters will remember you as family. You will never be forgotten as long as we are alive.
From a friend,
18 Jan 2008
He was drafted in 1968. Volunteered for LRRP (Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol) and feared no evil... He knew what was involved but he did it anyway. Wish I could have been half as brave.
From a friend,
Kennebunk High School Class of 2007
Thank you to Terry.
From a neighbor.
A Note from The Virtual WallIn the late spring of 1969 AMERICAL Division units were conducting offensive operations in Quang Tin and Quang Nam Provinces, with the 11th Infantry Brigade conducting "a series of combat sweeps and reconnaissance-in-force operations in the Song Tra Cau Valley and surrounding mountains in order to blunt a possible enemy attack upon Duc Pho." On 11 June 1969 elements of the Brigade lost ten men, including three from Echo Company, 4/21st Infantry:
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 16 May 2006
Last updated 01/20/2008