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tom rinehart wrote on 12/27/2015 a good, hard working family man. ill miss him. Thank you for your service!
Pamela Conklin wrote on 12/26/2015 I'm so sorry to see you go. But God is recruiting his soldiers, and you have been chosen. I will cherish all the memories You, Sandy and I made over the years of our Friendship. I will miss you terribly . Love You Lots You were like a big to me Brother, Pam.
Laurie wrote on 12/24/2015 Daddy You will be missed more than words can ever express. Thank you for Loving me unconditionally and Always being there for me. I could never been more Blessed to have been raised by such a Father. Without you I would not be the young woman I am today
Francis J McCloskey wrote on 12/23/2015 My name is Francis J. McCloskey, I was a machine gunner with the 1st Platoon, C Company, 2/502 Infantry and served with Ray in 1967. On 18 May 1967 our Platoon was ordered into a bunker complex on Hill 424 to flank an NVA unit that had ambushed members of B Company. They were pinned down and taking numerous causalities. Myself and two other member of our platoon were wounded early in the firefight. I was laying down slope from the rest of the platoon in an exposed position. I wasn't sure if we were going to make it out. Then I saw Ray. He was coming down the slope with John Hogan following. At the time, I thought they were crazy. They passed by me and went down the slope and engaged several enemy bunkers with grenades and rife fire. Ray's courageous actions that day, with disregard for his own safety, brought hope to everyone in our platoon. Later I learned that Hogan received the Distinguish Service Cross, our nation's second highest award for valor. I was sure Ray had received a Silver Star or the DSC with Hogan for their actions that day. Although he never received that much earned recognition, I would like his Wife and family know that he will never be forgotten by me or the other members of the 1st Platoon who he saved that day. Rest in Peace my brother. "Strike Force"
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