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This location was on Hill 64, about a mile from the Khe Sanh Outpost. PFC Clemson was part of a platoon of 64 Marines from A Co 1st Bn 9th Marines. His position was over ran by a Battalion of NVA soldiers, reenforced with a Weapons Company. He died in his bunker while defending his position. The battle was fought for six hours until reenforcements were able to get there. The position was held.
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The NVA left over 150 bodies on the battlefield, but Alpha 1/9 had 27 men killed and 54 wounded in the action: 2ndLt Terence R. Roach, Birmingham, MI (Bronze Star "V") SSgt Bernard B. McKinney, Helen, WV (Bronze Star "V") Cpl Jerry C. Burkhead, Lee Mont, VA Cpl Anthony W. Handley, Hot Springs, AR, H&S w/ A/1/9 Cpl Thomas C. Lewer, Bemidji, MN Cpl Roy D. McDaniel, Kansas City, MO Cpl Manuel P. Torres, Piru, CA Cpl Henry York, North Babylon, NY HN Michael B. Barrett, Los Angeles, CA, H&S w/ A/1/9 LCpl William L. Glasper, Baton Rouge, LA LCpl James P. Rizzo, Bratenahl, OH (Bronze Star "V") LCpl Ronald C. Rountree, Sherman Oaks, CA LCpl James F. Scott, Mobile, AL LCpl Arvid B. Skuza, Ada, MN LCpl Jeffrey M. Walsh, Bethel Park, PA Pfc Gerald R. Clemson, Geneva, OH Pfc William K. Colegate, Red Bud, IL Pfc Thomas R. Craig, Atlanta, GA Pfc Kenneth C. Fordham, Macon, GA Pfc Leonard Jackson, Chicago, IL Pfc Robert N. Morden, Greensboro, NC Pfc Patrick M. Murphy, Merrill, MI Pfc Ronald L. Pembleton, Nicholasville, KY Pfc John C. Pondoff, East St Louis, IL Pfc Tommy L. Stewart, Washington, DC Pvt Guy D. Dickie, Pittsburgh, PA Pvt Allen McKinley, Gary, IN
Thank you Marine for your service to this great Nation and to our Corps
Standing here in front of the Wall silently reading your name solemnly I thank you one and all Each of you different, yet the same
The list seems forever endless but I remember your faces you made the supreme sacrifice, I confess as I walk slowly with measured paces
Each one of you answered the call willingly or not, you gave your lives Rest easy, my Brothers - heroes all The Nation still survives
"War drew us from our homeland
In the sunlit springtime of our youth.
Those who did not come back alive remain
in perpetual springtime -- forever young --
And a part of them is with us always."
--- Author Unknown ---
God Bless You