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June 24, 2014
I was at his ramp ceremony on 9 NOV 12 on FOB Warrior in Afghanistan. It is a night I will never forget. RIP CAPT Nehl.
Bob Cox
LCDR, US Navy
June 20, 2014
He was my company executive officer in Cco 3-21 infantry. I knew him as an extremely good officer and I know we lost a good man.
November 10, 2013
He was my XO in Cco 3-21 2008 in Alaska! Great Officer and NCO. He will be missed. I will always remember forever, what he sacrificed. RIP Sir
September 29, 2013
I am sorry to hear of your family's loss of Capt.James Nehl. Our prayers go out to James and his family. He will be missed. Sharing the James Nehl name and retired from the Military myself. I think back to all the times over my 20 years that could of affected my family the same way. May God bless you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
July 26, 2013
Dear Nehl family and friends,
I had the honor of commanding Delta Company/2-16 Infantry from Feb-Sept 1968 in Vietnam. I did not know CPT Nehl except by reputation from those serving with him last year. It is apparent he was a dedicated husband and father, a dedicated professional leader and respected by all. I'm proud the Delta/2-16 Vietnam Vets of my era when called on, stepped up to donate towards having the family travel to Ft Riley last month so he could be memorialized. We Delta Vietnam Vets of 1967-69 will hold out 22nd reunion Aug 1-3 and will remember and toast CPT Nehl as one of our fallen brothers. God bless the family and provide comfort and strength.
Ron Saxton
LTC, US Army
Retired

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