By General George W. Casey, Jr.
The first time I saw the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, it took my breath away as I struggled with the scope of the loss that it represented for our family and for our Country.
My father’s name is on The Wall, on the 126th line of panel 9-W. He was commanding the 1st Cavalry Division when his UH-1 “Huey” helicopter crashed near Bao Loc on a mission to the hospital at Cam Ranh Bay to thank servicemen under his command that were injured during the Division’s successful operations into Cambodia. Continue Reading →