Kenneth Earl Brown

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Kenneth Earl Brown

Postby Niner Alpha » Thu Feb 13, 2014 8:49 am

Bravo company. 1969

http://www.6thofthe31st.com/kia/details.php?index=87


I was with Doc Brown, Ken on many operations. He was a dedicated professional. He always put the care for others above his own safety. I stayed back to help with the wounded on a few occasions. He would tell me what to do. We always joked with each other. I always complained about our crappy medic. He laughed and we all knew I was kidding. The night he was killed I was in the same room that was hit by the mortar. Last time we spoke I saw him sitting outside the sleeping area in the base camp (Vin Kim). I said something like "Nice work, John Wayne"....He said those two words we all often said and we both laughed. About a year ago, or two, I spoke with his wife. She has remarried and his daughter is middle aged. I think about him often. He was a good man.


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