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Remembering SGT Jack Gell

Today is Jack Gell's 64th birthday, or it would have been. SGT Jack Gell, U.S. Army, gave his life for his country in the Ia Drang Valley, Republic of Viet Nam, and was buried with full military honors in the Fort Benning, GA, cemetery on Nov 29,1965. The next several posts below this one will be devoted to memories of Jack Gell. If you knew Jack, please click the "Comments" link below this post and share your memories. I'll check periodically and copy your comments into the main body of the post.

Rest in peace, SGT Gell. You are gone but not forgotten.

(Please click here to see my entire "Sgt Gell" collection.)

Posted by Bill Faith on November 30, 2004 at 05:34 AM in Sgt_Gell | Permalink


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