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August 27, 2016

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August 27, 2016

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October 30, 2014
I was very sorry to hear the loss of General Ngyen Cao Ky.
I served as a Patrol Dog Handler in South Viet Nam in 1968 and met him at the Ky Liquor Store In Norwalk California where I grew up. I enjoyed our brief discussion about Norwalk as we echoed thoughts about a different life during our childhood. I always wanted to talk more but never did, my loss. Please know that many American Gi's will Miss him.
September 1, 2014
We will never forget your fight for freedom
July 17, 2012
I was born in 1964 and left Viet Nam in April 1975. I Dont know much about the Viet Nam war, when I was a kid I just know it a war South vs North, but I got no idea really what's going on. Now I am reading the history and get to know ex Priminester Nguyên Cao Ky, he made me proud. He the very few men in the South truly love his country. RIP Mr: Ky you will always be a hero in my heart.
March 29, 2012
My best memory of General Ky was the early morning of April 13, 1966. I was working on the flight line when we started receiving incoming mortar fire. As everyone headed for the bunkers, General Ky jumped in a A1-E and took off with mortars falling around him, to stop the attack. A brave man....rest in peace.
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