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February 02, 2011
Our father, Our King, Our Savior you have left us, and now is in peace with our hmongs kings. You are now free from this evil world. You came down and place us in your heart. Now your gone who will lead us and guide us now? I know you can hear me where ever you are, now that you're gone, remember you still have childrens left on earth, you still have the hmong waiting for you to come back and save them once more. Don't be reborn in other clans but only in the HMONG CLAN. We are still waiting for you, and your answer to guide us. People over the world would think that you died. But I will only think you went back to our kings and seek for help, to reform a bigger and stronger you. Then you will come back and lead us HMONG once more. You left a message for us HMONG. Now is the time to bring everyone together in harmony and peace. Now is the time to wipe our tears and pick ourselves up once more and dust away our sins and hold hand. Now is the time stand up and fight. Now is the time to UNITED ALL HMONG together and say FREEDOM TO US HMONG. We no longer are afraid we stand as one and united as one. Now is the time for us hmong to realize that volience is not the way out, but love and respect one a other and love each other and support each other no matter if their smart or dumb, it is time for hmong to rise and be respected like everyone else in this world.

We will listen and bring peace to HMONG. That was your dream and your dreams will live on and be carry out. We will finsh your task and meet you at the end. I know you will be there waiting for us in open arms.
February 02, 2011
My father served as a young lieutenant for you in the Vietnam War and he spoke about you often. He spoke of how fearless you were when engaging the enemy and how you never back down from any challenges. My father went on to say that you demanded the best of yourself and of everyone who served you. So, it is not an exaggeration that I feared for my life when I first met you and shook your hand as a young boy in Toledo, Ohio, back in 1984. But to my surprise, you spoke so gently and your smile greeted me with ease. You told me to remember who I was and where I came from… to get a good education so that the sacrifices made by my parents in getting me here were not in vain.
It was not until many years later that I learned you were my Grandmother’s brother on my mother’s side. My mother spoke about you as a young boy and how my grandmother used to babysit you and escorted you to and from school when you got older. In a way, it made you more personable and our meeting on that cold winter’s day in Toledo that much more special.
As a final good bye, I wanted to say thank you sir. Thank for all the things you did or tried to do for the Hmong people. Without your leadership, I know that I will not be here today or have the life I am living. And I am sure this is true of all Hmong people currently living in the United States. You made a difference in our lives. Mus zoo koj.
February 01, 2011
Gen. Vang Pao
You have touched my heart in so many ways. I wish this day will never exist.
I will never forget my time with you in
Washington DC in 1982. Your legacy will live forever. RIP.

My deepest sympathy to General's family.
January 30, 2011
Thank you for your services our beloved father. You really are one of our Hmong greatest leaders and we'll never forget. RIP.
January 25, 2011
Thank you Gen. Vang Pao for your service to our fliers in Laos and to America.
My condolences & sympathies to your family.
L.J. Marshall Jr.
USAF -Ret.
January 25, 2011
Dear Gen. Vang Pao.
Thank you for all the hard work and leadership you had done for Lao and Hmong people and our Country.
Your Legacy and Heroic will lived in our heart and soul forever.
I never ever forget the day (Dec. 19 th 1968) when I got hit by 14.5 mm AAA in my T-28 and bleeding at LS-85 Phou Phathi, I was confuse and paranoid, I though that would be my last mission to work for you, but with your calm guiding, advices and instruction I regain my confidence and flew back and landed at LS-20A (Long-Tieng) get my wounded treated at Sam Thong Hospital. Without you I probably would not made out that day. You once saved my life General.
With my Deepest Condolences and Sympathy to the Vang Families.

Kham Phiou Manivanh.
O-1/L-19, T-28, C/AC-47, C-123K Pilot.
Royal Lao Air Force
January 24, 2011
Thank you GVP, you are a light for us to see, a bridge for us to cross, a home for us to live, a father for us to depend, a leader for us to follow. You will be in our hearts and prayer for ever.

Ntsuag St. Paul, MN
January 22, 2011
Father Gen. Vang Pao is a heroic for all the hmong people in the whole world and he is a hmong people's GOD. Thanks for all the best and worst he had done for the hmong people and loving for all.
January 22, 2011
General Van Pao
Thank you for all you did for the American and Lao people. May we never forget.
January 21, 2011
Honorable Praya Norapramok General Vang Pao, you have given us the light and hope in our Hmong future, you have taught us so much that we can never thank you enough and what you have done to the Hmong people. You love us all no matter what size or shape we are. We will always remember you forever!!!

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The General and me, Laos 1965

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