James A. Bunn

James A. Bunn

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MIAMI, FL, U.S.A.
U.S. ARMY
SFC, 2ND PLATOON, CO A, 3RD BN, 506TH INF REG, 1ST BDG, 101ST AIRNORNE DIV
02/02/1968, NEAR PHAN THIET, BINH THUAN PROVINCE, VIETNAM

On the morning of February 2, 1968, the Tet Offensive was in its third day when A Company, 506th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, combat assaulted into an area near Xuan Phong hamlet in Binh Thuan Province, RVN, in an attempt to engage enemy forces operating in nearby Phan Thiet. During this intense fighting, part of the Tet Offensive, SFC Bunn was killed.

John Harrison remembers his Platoon Sergeant James Albert Bunn. My friend, a brave and good man.

Jim, After all these years we would like you to know that you are remembered not only by me and the girls but by all the guys who served with you. We know you went back to try to keep them alive and died trying but they do call you their “mentor”. Isn’t that something?
We still love you and will never, ever, allow this country to forget the price you paid.
Rachel, Desiree, Cindy & Carol Posted by: Rachel Clinkscale – wife of SFC Bunn 10.5.2002

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