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July 19, 2005
General,
You are and always will be an honorable and decorated officer, commander, serviceman, gentleman, United States citizen, Father, husband and an American brother. We sincerely thank you, salute you, cry for you & yours and celebrate your life, extreme courage and gratefullness to be American. You gave Freedom to my Wife, my children & to all Americans. As we attempt to forward the torch of Freedom all around the world, we would be honored if you would look down on our leaders and help them make responsible decisions.
Thank you for your loyal service. Sir

God bless America!
July 19, 2005
A great Southern Gentleman, fierce Warrior , unparralled Leader of Men. God Bless this Great Soldier,Husband and Father.

Col. Robert Floyd
US Army ,Retired
July 19, 2005
Our prayers and thoughts go out to the family. May General Westmoreland rest in peace.
July 19, 2005
I support those who believe in freedom! We were together in Viet Nam, and the bottom line then was trying to show that Democracy is better than anything else. I was proud to support General Westmoreland.
July 19, 2005
TO A GREAT MAN AND LEADED.
AL BLACK
July 19, 2005
I served with General Westmoreland at Fort Bragg in the 18th Airborne Core. I jumped out of many airplanes with him, and served as his personal bodyguard while he was at Ft. Bragg. God Bless This Man and all he did for our country!!!

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