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February 27, 2014
To Ed's family: it's only appropriate that his story be shared over and over, so all generations will know about his heroic actions. We should never take for granted our freedom and those who are willing to do what it takes. My husband served 366 days in VietNam in 1969-70. Thank goodness we are now supporting our troops, which we should have always done. Ed, may
you rest in peace, and God bless your family. Patricia Heitschmidt, Lenexa, KS
February 24, 2014
May God Bless you abundantly for all you have done while serving in the military and rescuing all those soldiers. Rest in Peace, my hero!
February 23, 2014
You are a True Hero Ed, Thanks from a veteran of Vietnam. Rest in Holy peace sir. God bless your family.
February 01, 2014
During that time, sitting down to dinner each night in the warmth and safety of our homes, met watching the evening news, and that was the closest we came to the deadly war. We thank
you for putting your life on the line every day in Vietnam, -and other countries. Nightly, we watched our young men and women putting themselves at risk, -many did not come home. There is no way to express our thanks adequately except to say your sacrifice was appreciated. You went, so we could stay in our homes. Your service, and others who served with you did go go unnoticed or unappreciated. Thank you and thank to your family.
January 31, 2014
With humble thanks from an American who did not fight in Vietnam, but who honors those who did. So many of your fellow veterans owe you their lives, and so many Americans their deepest respect. Rest well.
January 22, 2014
It's beem almost 6 years since Major Freeman went to His final Duty Station yet his memory, courage and legacy are still talked about. That's the sign of a True American Hero and one who should be Honored by all Americans, Proud to have been able to call him "My Friend". He never condidered himself a Hero, Just a man doing his job.
January 21, 2014
God bless you Ed, RIP. Thank you for your service.
January 14, 2014
May your memory and your legacy live on for many years to come. Thank you, for your service and sacrifice in service to others. God bless you and your family. You are truly an American hero.
January 12, 2014
Thank you from all those who are remembering you and your service to America. You are an American Hero.
January 04, 2014
ALWAYS A HERO.

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