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Albert "Doc" Brown in uniform during WWII (AP Photo)
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May 23, 2018

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May 23, 2018

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August 21, 2011
I was privileged to play Taps for my cousin Al Brown yesterday at his memorial service. While the term "hero" is often over used, this gentleman was indeed a true WWII hero. Thanks to the Honor Guard from Fort Leonard Wood for their fine job and to the support of the Illinois Patriot Guard Riders. Please take time to read about Dr. (Major) Albert N. Brown and discover what a unique & wonderful man he was. Thank you.
August 21, 2011
All the best to the Brown family. May the God of all comfort be with you as you cope with your loss.
August 20, 2011
It was a honor to stand guard for this hero! (Rowdy Hill) Patriot Guard Rider. Standing for those who stood for us.
August 20, 2011
I spent time with my uncle, a WWII soldier in Patton's brigade, prior to his passing documenting his military activities, and know the difficulty those men had in sharing their experiences. I wish I had had the chance to know Mr. Brown, speak with him, and thank him for his service as well. He must have been an incredible man with a giant-sized spirit. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, and with the families of all those other servicemen who were a part of the death march. I'm sure they are reminded of the horrible experiences suffered by their loved-ones each time they hear or read anything regarding the Bataan Death March. We can never understand or invision the hardships suffered by those men, but can certainly sympathize with the suffering they endured and rejoice in the success many of them went on to experience after their return to the US.