Tag Archives: Crosby

POW/MIA Recognition Day 2016

It’s National POW/MIA Recognition Day today. If you’re a member of my family, close friend, you know the pain we lived for years, waiting, praying, seeking, and hoping for information about my brother, Herby (Capt. Herbert C Crosby). He was … Continue reading

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Wreaths Across America 2014

I can’t physically be there today, Saturday, December 13, 2014, but I can in spirit. It is the same process every year. It is one of the most emotional experiences I have ever done. It brings such satisfaction, such love, … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Herby (2013)

30May69 Vietnam Dear Mon and Dad, Well here I am in a different place for my birthday again. I was just thinking of the places I’ve been the last 3 or 4 years on my birthday. I’m at LZ Baldy … Continue reading

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Decorating the Memories [Decoration Day] Memorial Day 2013

It’s been six years since my brother’s remains were buried in Arlington National Cemetery. The above photos are only three of the many taken that day, yet just these three tell a story. I remember so well every moment of the … Continue reading

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GI killed in Vietnam getting Purple Heart – Army News

Article from the Army Times… GI killed in Vietnam getting Purple Heart – Army News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq – Army Times.

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Remembering Herb Crosby

  My father passed away this day in 1991, twenty-one years ago, yet it doesn’t seem that long, and then again, it seems like it’s been way too long. I miss him, yes. Dad lived a great life but was … Continue reading

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2009 Crosby Army ROTC Scholarship Awarded

There are no words to describe the feeling of being in a room full of young American defenders, US Army men and women in uniform. These particular young defenders are members of the Embry-Riddle Army ROTC Eagle Battalion. There are … Continue reading

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