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To all who find themselves here at O’, WELCOME. Whether you arrived here intentionally or by accident, I invite you to look around and hope you will find something that interests you. These pages are my attempt of saying Thank You to the men and women who serve their local communities and this great nation quietly, everyday. Our nation’s fire service, law enforcement, and military personnel often go through their days without ever hearing a kind word of thanks, nor do they expect it. Their valuable and valiant service is deserving of our appreciation. I can only offer these pages as a token of my gratitude to those who have served, those who are serving, and those who will serve in these most honorable capacities. To the Vietnam Veteran who may read this, THANK YOU for your part in keeping my family and I free and safe,

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 LT Jack C. Rittichier, USCG 

• Branch/Rank: US Coast Guard/O3
• Unit: CG 37 ARRS
• Date of Birth: 17 August 1933
• Home City of Record: BARBERTON OH
• Date of Loss: 09 June 1968
• Country of Loss: South Vietnam
• Loss Coordinates: 162144 N 1070534 E
• Status (1973): KIA/Body Not Recovered
• Category: 3
• Aircraft/Vehicle/Ground: HU3E #6714710
• Status (2-14-03) Remains Arrive In US
• Status (8-03) All personnel identified
• Status (10-6-03) Buried: Coast Guard Hill
• Coast Guard Hill, Arlington Nat’l Cemetery

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 Capt Walter R. Schmidt, Jr, USMC 

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Capt Walter R. Schmidt

Rank/Branch: Captain/US Marine Corps
• VMA-121, Marine Air Group 12, 1st Marine Air Wing

• Date of Birth: 18 November 1945 ST. ALBANS, NY
• Home of Record: NASSAU, NY
• Date of Loss: 09 June 1968
• Country of Loss: South Vietnam

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