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      Robert J. Pierce
   Born: November 26, 1949
   Hometown: Ft. Gaines, Ga.
   Killed in Action: Aug. 11, 1970
   Unit: Marine Corps
   Combined Action Program (CAP)
               CAP 2-9-2
The Duc Duc Resettlement Village
   Age: 20
 
 
 
Robert  loved the Vietnamese People in our peasant- farming village.
 
While on patrol, he died rushing to the aid of another CAP Marine, who had stepped on a booby-trap.
 
Robert Pierce believed in the United States.   And he believed in what he was doing, trying to save the Vietnamese peasants of the Duc Duc Resettlement Village from terrorists.  
      For Robert, it was not about politics...   It was about honor, and what was right!  
 
(Robert Pierce traded patrols with me on the morning of August 11, 1970.)
      Jack Cunningham
 
Robert was my friend.  GOD BLESS HIM...   (And let him always be remembered as an American Hero.) 
                                
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