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Date Posted: Sun, November 04 2018, 8:03:22
Author: Don Poss
Author Host/IP: cpe-172-88-32-71.socal.res.rr.com /
Subject: Re: Departed Brother - LT Johnny Eustler
In reply to: John C. Mayer, L.S. 's message, "Departed Brother - LT Johnny Eustler" on Sun, November 04 2018, 7:58:05

John: Thank you for providing Lt. Johnny Eustler’s name, as platoon leader. I have updated his name in to the story by TJ McGinley (http://www.war-stories.com/ghost-warriors.htm). What an extraordinary story and about an extraordinary unit!

Best chance to contact relatives: “Faces On The Wall (http://www.vvmf.org/Wall-of-Faces/15377/JOHNNY-N-EUTSLER?page=1#remembrances), Lt. Eustler has a memorial page with comments by friends and family. If you go there, click on their email links and hope for a reply. There is an Iraq veteran listed, so hopefully his email is current.

It isn’t easy finding living relatives after so many decades. Other Research possibilities: Researching known information for Lt. Eustler, or discovering where he was from that could be listed in an online organization, or possibly discovering his grave location, which often have a memorial posting for family and friends.

Best to you

Don Poss
Da Nang Air Base, 1965-66
USAF, 366th SPS, Sentry Dog, K-9 Blackie 129X (MWD)

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