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LT. Paul Bronson, HMM-361, 1965

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  • LT. Paul Bronson, HMM-361, 1965

    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    Date: Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 21:39
    Submitter: Charlotte Clouse <charsun1@verizon.net>

    Gentlemen: I am a widow of Sgt. Jimmie Rocco Clouse. Rocco served in Vietnam (DaNang) and was wounded Aug. 1965. (Deceased Jan 1993). He was flying out of the ChuLai air strip as crewcheif with LT. Paul Bronson. I recently learned thru a book written by Otto Rehrack Titled\" The First Battle \"(Operation Starlite.) In reading this book I learned that Lt. Bronson was directly responsible for saving my husband life. According to the book he as awarded the Bronze Star for his action. My children and I so wish to contact this man so that we can express our sincere gratitude to him for giving me a husband of 29 years and my children a father. If anyone of you happen to know how I may contact this man kindly forward the information to me.

    Thank you so very much,

    Charlotte Clouse
    charsun1@verizon.net

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    Bronson

    Originally posted by beddoe View Post
    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    Date: Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 21:39
    Submitter: Charlotte Clouse <charsun1@verizon.net>

    Gentlemen: I am a widow of Sgt. Jimmie Rocco Clouse. Rocco served in Vietnam (DaNang) and was wounded Aug. 1965. (Deceased Jan 1993). He was flying out of the ChuLai air strip as crewcheif with LT. Paul Bronson. I recently learned thru a book written by Otto Rehrack Titled\" The First Battle \"(Operation Starlite.) In reading this book I learned that Lt. Bronson was directly responsible for saving my husband life. According to the book he as awarded the Bronze Star for his action. My children and I so wish to contact this man so that we can express our sincere gratitude to him for giving me a husband of 29 years and my children a father. If anyone of you happen to know how I may contact this man kindly forward the information to me.

    Thank you so very much,

    Charlotte Clouse
    charsun1@verizon.net
    my files indicate a 1stLt P. W. Bronson 7555 promoted later to a permanent Major, -- was transfered to 3rd MAW in 1968 and was scheduled to attend California State at Long Beach, Ca. CalState probably has files on their graduates Semper Fidelis

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      Re: LT. Paul Bronson, HMM-361, 1965e ea

      I was with Clouse on the mission when he waqs shot i was the windoe gunner when we were shot down i believe it was August 18 Lt. Bronson did a great job getting us to the beach he carried Rocco to our wingman and treated him on the way to the field hospital

      bob Kemp
      bobkembek@aol.com

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        Re: LT. Paul Bronson, HMM-361, 1965

        Maj Paul W Bronson passed away on Mar 22, 2010 in Las Vegas, NV. Same birth date as the only Paul W Bronson on the 1968 lineal list.

        RIP, Semper Fi

        Wayne Sutter
        Fighting Mad 1 - 4 Actual

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