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Date April 28, 2016
Name Charlette
Email
City Omaha
State NE
Country USA
Comments I'm working on a large Vietnam War project. I came across your letters and was touched. Thank you for your service, sir. My father is in the military, and I am in awe of the dedication every member has. I truly appreciate you sharing your story.




Date June 12, 2015
Name Kelley
Email Thehesters789@gmail.com
City Dayton
State OH
Country USA
Comments Thank you so much for writing this book. It's beautiful. My husband served in the Iraq war. I still have all of his letters. The love between the two of you is beautiful and shines throughout the book. God bless both of you.




Date May 29, 2014
Name Madison
Email
City
State
Country Australia
Comments Doing a high school exam on war and this has helped with an understanding of what it was like for loved ones in the Vietnam war.




Date October 14, 2013
Name Jason Akey
Email akey6345@bears.unco.edu
City Loveland
State Co
Country
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Date July 27, 2013
Name Dominic
Email Mountainlion.consulting@gmail.com
City Kaneohe
State Hawaii
Country USA
Comments I was trapped in that ammo dump for 8 plus hours, I was on guard duty from FSLG bravo when we were hit. I am searching for anyone that may know someone that was there. I was assigned to a machine gun bunker under a tower next to 7th engineers that day. The photos of the ammo dump blowing on 20 June 1968 brought back many memories both good and bad. I found your web page while doing research, hoping to find other survivors of that event.




Date April 12, 2013
Name Missy
Email
City
State NJ
Country USA
Comments Thank you for taking the time to share these letters. My boyfriend is in the Army now, although thankfully not deployed & reading all these letters makes me think of all the letters we wrote to each other during BCT & AIT. Thank you for your service & thank you to Maxie, for she who waits also serves!




Date April 9, 2013
Name Alyssa
Email anw2939@email.vccs.edu
City Charlottesville
State VA
Country USA
Comments Would you mind if I used these letters as a source for an essay in English 112? I need the class to become a Nurse and I have really found so much in common with reading the letters to Maxie and reading the letters I get from my husband who is in Afghanistan now, for the second time. He was in Iraq once too. I think it's funny how things seem to have not changed since the war then and the wars now, I guess war is war. Glad there is so much love and honesty in those letters. I think that it is what gets each person by, the soldier and the wife. Thanks.




Date January 2, 2013
Name Margolies Malka
Email malkamargolies@gmail.com
City Bronx
State NY
Country United States
Comments Wow!




Date October 12, 2012
Name Shavella
Email hayvenhurstonmj@hotmail.com
City
State New York
Country United States
Comments Wow, very inspiring!! / Thank You! ❤❤




Date May 25, 2012
Name Rebecca Salinas
Email rebeccarsalinas@gmail.com
City El Paso
State Texas
Country U. S.
Comments Start putting the other letters. Very powerful.




Date May 4, 2012
Name Cheyenne
Email pistol48jeffhardylov@yahoo.com
City
State
Country
Comments I was only able to read some of the letters and i cant imagan how hard it is to be away from someone you care for im doing a project for vietnam and these letters really helpped for me to be able to talk about how the soldiers wrote home and the things they felt!! thank you so much for being in that war! have a god blessed day! :)




Date May 19, 2011
Name Marissa
Email mleneaw330@yahoo.com
City Vermilion
State Ohio
Country USA
Comments This is just amazing. I loved reading all of these, how nice.




Date May 17, 2011
Name Eugene P. Till
Email genetill@gmail.com
City Provo
State Utah
Country USA
Comments Thanks for being there. I was there in 1961-62 before the major war effort really got started. We were called "advisors". My battle field was an office in Saigon. Never fired a gun, nor was I ever fired at. Thank you very much for your service. A grateful American... gene




Date April 25, 2011
Name henry(Sonny) Raburn
Email theraburns@gmail.com
City auburn
State Alabama
Country United States
Comments Gary Neat idea on the letters. Those of us who were there know. Nha Trang 1971 My 18 month son looked me in the eye when I came home and had no idea who I was. Still upsets me. Henry Raburn LTC US Army(ret)




Date April 13, 2011
Name Mike Simpson
Email adragon8u@charter.net
City Oceano
State Ca.
Country USA
Comments I have had the pleasure of meeting Maxie when she frequents the store I work at. What a lovely lady and always a bright smile. Looking forward to reading her book. Maybe I can get her to sign it for me? ;) ;).




Date March 27, 2011
Name Tracy Denney
Email tracydenney1703@yahoo.com
City Oxford
State Alabama
Country USA
Comments First and foremost, thank you for your service and for allowing all of us a glimpse into your life. Your words are so powerful and poignant. My grandpa served in WWII, my father in Vietnam, and my son in Iraq. I have such a deep appreciation for the sacrifices of our military members. Again, many thanks.




Date March 27, 2011
Name Henry R Nordholm
Email
City Carrollton
State Ga.
Country Carroll
Comments Good reading, you are a great part in the history of our country




Date March 25, 2011
Name tracey mitchell
Email tracey.mitchell32@yahoo.com
City salem
State MA
Country USA
Comments God Bless you for your service. Your letters are so real to me because we have the letters written home from my brother to his wife. He did make it home but we lost him to Agent Orange poisoning in the prime of his life. Goddess Bless you




Date March 9, 2011
Name Ginny Lacey
Email vlacey62@live.com
City Avenue
State MD
Country St. Marys
Comments This is very cool. My father (91 y.o.) is a WWII veteran. My mom has some of the letters he sent to her while he was in Europe. Our military is so awesome.




Date March 9, 2011
Name Thom McCaughey
Email thom.mac@verizon.net
City Leonardtown
State Maryland
Country USA
Comments Gary, I was a classmate of Maxie's back in high school. Thanks for sharing the passion and intimacy of these horrible days. It is an achievement that you survived your duty. It is a blessing that you and Maxie still and obviously have such passion for life and each other.




Date March 2, 2011
Name rorydepalma
Email rorydepalma@yahoo.com
City paso robles
State cal.
Country U.S.A.
Comments thank you.




Date March 2, 2011
Name mike shannon
Email chinaplate@charter.net
City arroyo grande
State ca
Country usa
Comments some memories. wish mine had been saved. thanks a lot for doing this, personal memories are the only ones that are true history. Mike HM2 USN FMF H&S CO 1st Marines RVN




Date March 2, 2011
Name susan
Email swarios@charter.net
City
State
Country
Comments Thank you for sharing these letters. I notice guests entries from Vietnamese people too. Your letters have touched many. My brother was a marine, younger than the Vietnam veterans, but a marine all of his life in Semper Fi attitude. Wishing you many more years together.




Date March 2, 2011
Name Jason Brink
Email info@crimsoncannonball.com
City Bangkok
State
Country Thailand
Comments Thanks for posting your letters - it is the letters and words we leave behind, the encapsulations of moments we love, that go on afterwards. Keep it up. I am writing about this on my blog www.CrimsonCannonball.com




Date March 1, 2011
Name Linda Pitts Tinsley
Email thegaboo0944@yahoo.com
City Greenville
State SC
Country USA
Comments I have enjoyed your letters. I remember so many fellows wrote the same kind of letters. Being lonely. Missing their girfriends, mom and dads. wives. A lot of prayers and hope brought you back home. Thank you for your service.