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December 08, 2008
The passing of Charlie Brown is a
tremendous loss for every patriotic
American. Charlie is truely a hero
to all who honor the brave men who
served this country during the dark
days of World War II.
The story of that first combat flight
of a stricken B-17 and the Luftwaffe
pilot who not only did not shoot it
down but escorted it to safety over
the English Channel is a thrill to all
who ever read or hear it. It is the
very substance that stirs the heart
and fires the imagination.
Truely, this is a sad day, but it is a
day to recognize the men who have
been a blessing to the United States
or America.

John Mc Guirk, a friend
World War Historical Society,
Tallahassee, Florida
December 08, 2008
I have known Col. Charlie Brown for a short while yet in this span of time I have come to respect and admire him. I admired his courage, his friendliness and kindness, his sense of humor. His obit outlined some details that were not known to me and I am even more impressed. My heartfelt condolences to the family of this wonderful gentleman.
December 08, 2008
The Nation has lost a true American hero. He will not be forgotten. May God bless his family at this time.
December 08, 2008
To whomever may visit this site, but especially the surviving family of LTC Charlie Brown USAF (RET)....

I wish to honor the life of a true American hero from World War II, Charlie Brown. We met just once, but his impact on me will last forever. He was quiet, yet he had a steeley resolve and commitment to his bomber crews, the US Air Force, his Nation, and his family.

We met in the Gallery of the Florida House of Representitives in 2007 to commemorate Florida Veterans. Charlie was our honoree.

We are a stronger Nation because of Charlie Brown. We join his family in celebrating his life well-lived in honorable service to us all.

Airman, rest your wings.

/s/ LeRoy Collins,Jr.RADM USNR (RET)
Executive Director
Florida Dept. of Veterans' Affairs
December 07, 2008
To The Charles Family
I dont know any of the family but,
I was touched by the history written for him. It was men like him to whom we owe our freedom today. May God bless him and the family
December 07, 2008
Dear Dawn, Kim, Chris, Dallas and Michael,

We are proud to have been counted among his many friends. It's been an honor to have known him these past thirteen years and we look forward to staying close to all of you.

Your father and mother touched so many lives throughout the world and will be fondly remembered.

With deepest sympathy and love,

Jim and Dee Dee Brodie

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