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Walter Marlowe, 101st Airborne Division

Discussion in 'Honor, Service and Valor' started by Slipdigit, Jun 26, 2009.

  1. Sgt Potier

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    Mr Marlow,
    I'm a new member from this forum . Every Year I go to Normandy on June and to Bastogne . I'm a friend from another 502PIR member Mr Vince Speranza . Vince was a replacement after Market .
    I creat a big roster with all airbornes during the WW2 . I have currently 90.000 names . I have a request for you .
    I read with attention your story who is great , It's a really good thing that you talk about your war because your story is for ever online . Concerning your two jumps ( Normandy and Holland ) do you remenber some names of your men with you in your plane ???
    Airborne

    Sir- Thank You. Did you by chance know a PFC Ray E. Sanders, 502nd, Co. H? He is my Great-Uncle. He was KIA June 8, 1944. We never got the story. I have a feeling he was killed while closing in on Carentan.
    Again, I, and a grateful Nation salute you & your comarades. Sincerely, john e. clark, rn bishop, ca

    I have your Great-uncle's grave picture . If you need it please tell me .
     
  2. Spitfire_XIV

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    Welcome to the forum Mr. Marlowe and thank you for your service with the 101st Airborne during the war.
     
  3. aengleford

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    Mr. Marlowe, My name is Ashley Engleford and I write for The Spirit Newspaper in Pooler, Ga. I am always looking for new WWII Veterans to speak with for a variety of military/veteran based articles that I write. I am searching for members of the Airborne troops and couldn't pass up the opportunity to reach out to you for an interview. I pray that you would be willing to meet my request and share your war story with me. I am also, on the side, working on my first book that tells the first hand accounts of our remaining WWII Veterans while you guys are still with us. I hope to hear from you soon. You can reach me at aengleford@gmail.com.
     

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