Marion County Vietnam Memorial
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David L Merriman said:   June 1, 2017 2:00 pm PST
Visit the Memorial every time i'm in home. it's one of the best hometown memorials i've seen. Back when it ws being built y'all were selling t-shirts and either my Sister or my Ma bought one for me. it's about seen it's better days. do you still sell them? thanks

Tracy Relf said:   April 30, 2017 1:20 pm PST
LCPL Ronald Keith Pennington was my uncle. He was lost on April 27, 1967 in a crash over the South China Sea, Vietnam. Our family has searched for any information about him to no avail. If anyone has information it would be greatly appreciated. My father was Sgt Eugene Pennington and died in 2001. We never questioned him much as it was to painful for him to recall memories of the Vietnam War.

Bob Conshafter said:   April 11, 2015 9:09 pm PST
Greetings to All, The website is a wonderful tribute. I hope the paint job on the Huey is holding up well. Glad to find out that the Huey has a name and a history! Super Slick! That's really unique. I was surprised after all these years to find this out. We didn't know anything at all back in 1996 except one flight log from 1972 stuck behind the map case that was found during repainting. Best wishes always, Bob Conshafter

Amelda Delgado said:   March 24, 2015 8:21 am PST
Yes I sent a message earlier today about having the POW bracelet of LCPL Ronald Keith Pennington. My apologies, it is the OW bracelet of LCPL Pennington. Please accept my apologies, I would love his family to have this bracelet. Thank you again, Amelda Delgado

Amelda Delgado said:   March 24, 2015 8:09 am PST
I am trying to get in touch with the family of LCPL Ronald Keith Pennington. I have the POW bracelet honoring LCPL Pennington. I have had this bracelet for 20 plus years and I would love for his family to have it. Please contact me. Thank you so much.

Geirge Reischling said:   February 6, 2015 11:41 am PST
"TO THOSE WHO HAVE FOUGHT FOR IT LIFE HAS A FLAVOR THAT THE PROTECTED WILL NEVER KNOW!" This is the true story of the fight for Nui Ba Den and the struggles and sacrifices that the soldiers who served their country in Vietnam endured. Thousands of Vietnam Veterans have proudly endorsed these memoirs. Please check out the website at with the accompanying introduction and pictures and you'll gain a new respect for the men who fought in the Vietnam war. Thank you for your service and May God Bless! George

John Brennan said:   November 5, 2014 10:14 pm PST
The VN veterans of Marion County have done a magnificent job in restoring & honoring SUPER SLICK and her crew, congratulations. Congrats also to Don Feigel for his documentary FATES CALL about Huey '109 and the crew reuniting in 2013. Outstanding piece of film & story.

Ron Wall said:   May 24, 2014 4:43 am PST
We enjoyed our visit to this wonderful tribute to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in an unpopular war. They served so others would not have to and gave their lives for our country. Thank you Danny Green for the personal tour. It was greatly appreciated.

Michael Johnston said:   January 17, 2014 10:20 am PST
The park looks great! I hope many people can come, share memories, and reflect upon the freedoms we have because of these fallen heroes. My small part for the park came from an unusual source; I posed for the three statues in the front of the park. My grandfather did not serve in Vietnam (he was in Korea) and he was not from Marion County either but it was a great honor to do this for the Vietnam Veterans of Marion County.

Bud Boyce said:   December 9, 2013 7:31 am PST
I am a little slow in getting to the web site, but want to compliment on a job well done. It brings back memories of wonderful family times and sadness when I saw picture of Aunt Skipper. For people who don't know, I grew up next door to my cousin "Buddy Jr." (Greene) who was killed in the WAR. Again, thanks to all of you for the hard work you did. But most of all, thank all veterans and their familys for supporting our country; They made and make the most sacrifice.

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