Specialist 4, Forrest L. Ramos

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3rd Platoon, C Company, 4th/47th, 2nd Brigade

Binh Dinh Province - June 19, 1967

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March 1967 - Forrest at Camp Bearcat - always
a happy go-lucky soldier, which endeared him
to all who were fortunate to know him.

 

Here's Forrest following Advanced Infantry Training
at Fort Riley, Kanasas - October 1966.
 

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On patrol near Dong Tam in the Mekong Delta,
Forrest chows down on his yummy C-Rations.
 

April 1967 - 3rd Platoon troopers enjoying a day of R & R with some
Australian troopers in a Vung Tau bar. Forrest (center) with fellow
Washington State pals, Wesley Ostrem (left) & Joel Onstad (right).
 

 

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Forrest on our barracks ship sportin' his new Aussie headgear
overlooking our Navy landing craft at Vung Tau Harbor.
 

Forrest, in a pensive moment while relaxing
between patrols - Feb '67 - Camp Bearcat

 

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Our fallen Brothers engraved on The Wall - Forrest is
forever among 48 fellow 4th/47th brave troopers who
gave the ultimate sacrifice  on June 19, 1967.
 

Members of the Ramos family, Charles, Narcisco, Eleanor,
and Linda attend a special Military Ceremony
honoring their beloved Forrest.
 

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Forrest and his little brother Jessie, who also
experienced combat in Vietnam with
the 101st Airborne in 1969.
 

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