Charlie Matthew Logan
Specialist Four
HHC, 1ST BN, 77TH ARMOR, 5TH INF DIV, USARV
Army of the United States
Virginia Beach, Virginia
June 02, 1950 to March 22, 1971
CHARLIE M LOGAN is on the Wall at Panel W4, Line 68

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Charlie M Logan
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02 May 2006

Charlie, you are truly missed, even now 35 years later tears comes to my eyes.

Your sister Brenda



Charlie M Logan

Oldest child and only son of Mary Bradley and Charlie Logan
Sister Brenda L. Logan

Maternal Grand Parents
Pearl Cooper Bradley and Zino Bradley of South Carolina

Paternal Grand Parents
Allen Logan and Rosa Ames Logan of Virginia Beach, Virginia

Loved by many



Charlie M Logan

Please post a comment if you knew or may have served with Charlie. I would like to hear from his comrades. If you have a picture of him please post it or send me a copy at:

CFFC, Code N02F
Brenda Logan
1562 Mitscher Ave Suite 250
Norfolk, Virginia 23551-2487
From his sister,
Brenda Logan
Email address not available.



Charlie M Logan     Charlie M Logan

 
11 Jun 2006

"Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me." Psalm 23:4

In Loving Memory
Edith McCloud
E-mail address is not available.

 

The 1st Bn, 77th Armor lost 3 men on 22 March 1971 when their night defensive position came under an artillery, rocket and mortar attack by unknown size enemy force. Another unit in the 5th Division lost one man on this day when the base camp, 12 kilometers west-southwest, of the Khe Sanh Airfield, came under enemy artillery fire. They were:

Mother and son are buried in Rosewood Memorial Park, Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach City, Virginia.

Charlie M Logan     Charlie M Logan


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