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Subject: Gary Lee Thomas

Heather Rider
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Date Posted: 10:46:14 09/05/07 Wed

Another Posting to see if anyone new (or old) to this website remembers my Father. His name is Gary Lee Thomas (known by most as Thomas) who served with the 554th from 67-68. He was a friend of Harry Branham's and remembers a last name "PRESLEY" His MOS while in-country was 63F20 and had another of 63B20. He served from 64 - 66 in Italy then re-enlisted and volunteered for Vietnam. After vietnam he went to Rocky Mountain Arsenal in Denver Colorado. His last dd214 form shows him being discharged 15 Nov 1968 from Fitzsimons General Hospital in Denver, Colorado. He had "training" that was listed as APT21-114 code of conduct CRSDMLJUSTICE (whatever that means!)
He is desperatly searching to find guys he may have served with in Vietnam and is also looking for help obtaining records where he served in combat. There are no combat records of him. He has filed a claim to get his vietnam disability (which I am told is different than regular Social Security Disability) but was told he needed to prove he was in combat.

I had talked with Bill Bellinger as well as a few others from this site and would like to thank those who have helped me so far. I would also like to say a special thanks to "Davo" who has a wonderful site about finding veterans. he has been a life saver as well as a wonder vent for me over the last two weeeks!

Has anyone heard from Bill Bellinger lately? We had been e mailing and I have sent him 2 e mails in the last week or two and have gotten no response.

God bless all who served and their families and Hope this post finds everyone in good health. Heather Rider

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