Jeffery Donald Flournoy

Specialist Four
Army of the United States
10 January 1948 - 08 October 1967
Chicago, Illinois
Panel 27E Line 070


Combat Infantry

Purple Heart, National Defense, Vietnam Service, Vietnam Campaign


The database page for Jeffery Donald Flournoy

28 May 2007

Brown Eyes
I hear the music as you appear
At first it sounds like fusion
But it became crystal clear
As I look into your brown eyes.
I heard a symphony when you expressed
The joy within your heart.
A violin! I confessed,
As I peered into those brown eyes
The castanets could not hide
The pain I felt deep inside.
Each lash was a serenade
from a Spanish guitar,
The lull of an Indian sitar.
Every day my heart dies
When I think of your brown eyes
Shades of honey, marbled glory,
sugar browning,
tells the story,
Of a heart that cries
when I think of your brown eyes.

From his girlfriend,
Jorgette Coleman

A Note from The Virtual Wall

On 8 Oct 1967, the 2nd Platoon, A/2/327th Infantry, was cut off from other Company elements by two North Vietnamese Army companies. In the ensuing battle, 17 troopers and 60 or more NVA soldiers were killed in action.
  • HHB, 2nd Bn, 320th Artillery
  • A Co, 2nd Bn, 327th Infantry
    • 1LT David G. Dunkenberger, Flushing, NY
    • SP4 Samuel D. Amantea, West Mifflin, PA
    • CPL James W. Arms, Cahokia, IL
    • CPL Theodore J. Chason, Wilmington, DE
    • SP4 Stephen E. Feistner, Cedar Grove, NJ
    • SP4 Jeffery D. Flournoy, Chicago, IL
    • CPL Larry L. Gaskins, Marion, OH
    • SP4 John H. Harding, Benton, AR
    • SP4 Demetrio L. Hernandez, Patterson, CA
    • CPL Richard V. Huggins, Monroe, NC
    • CPL Richard A. West, Kettering, OH
    • PFC Ray Gevara, Scottsbluff, NE
    • PFC Robert W. Hebert, Watervliet, NY

  • HHC, 2nd Bn, 327th Infantry
    • SP5 Jack Deaver, San Diego, CA (medic w/ A/2/327)
    • PFC John W. McMaster, Merced, CA (medic w/ A/2/327)

  • HHC, 1st Bde, 101st Abn Div
    • SP4 Scott A. Christofferson, St Louis, MO
These men are remembered on the 2/327th Infantry site, together with more information on the battle.

The point-of-contact for this memorial is
his girlfriend,
Jorgette Coleman

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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 28 May 2007
Last updated 05/31/2007