Michael Robert Nawrosky

Michael Robert Nawrosky

Vietnam War · US Army · Captain
Vietnam War (1955 - 1975)
Conflict Period

Vietnam War

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Company

B Co

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Service Start Date

28 Aug 1967

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Grade

O3

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Major Command

1st Cav Div

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Years Served

4

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Served For

United States of America

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Battalion

1st Bn

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Specialty

Infantry Unit Commander (ARMY)

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Rank

Captain

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Regiment

5th Cavalry

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Branch

Army

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Stories about Michael Robert Nawrosky

    Michael Collins (Photo Credit)
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    Thursday, May 08, 2003

    Jack Davis
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    Upperclassman at West Point
    8722 Nairn
    Houston, TX 77074 USA
    This man would have gone far a very, very good man.
    Thursday, March 16, 2000

    IN REMEMBRANCE OF A FINE YOUNG ARMY OFFICER WHOSE NAME SHALL LIVE FOREVER MORE
    Posted for: MICHAEL ROBERT NAWROSKY:
    CAPTAIN MICHEL ROBERT NAWROSKY WAS A DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE OF THE UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY AT WEST POINT IN THE CLASS OF 1964 WHO WAS AIDE-DE-CAMP TO THE COMMANDANT OF CADETS AT WEST POINT FROM 1966-1967 THEN WAS ASSIGNED TO HEADQUARTERS 1/5TH CAVALRY 1ST CAVALRY DIVISION FROM 1967 UNTIL HE SUCCUMBED TO WOUNDS ON 7-6-1968. HE WAS RECIPIENT OF THE FOLLOWING MILITARY DECORATIONS -
    THE SILVER STAR MEDAL
    THE BRONZE STAR MEDAL
    THE AIR MEDAL
    THE ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL WITH OAK LEAF CLUSTER
    THE PURPLE HEART MEDAL

    DUTY - HONOR - COUNTRY
    Posted by: CLAY MARSTON
    Email: [email protected]
    Relationship: BIOGRAPHICAL RESEARCHER.25041
    Monday, January 25, 1999

    With Gratitude
    Posted for: MICHAEL ROBERT NAWROSKY:
    As a comrade in arms who was an upperclassman when Mike was a cadet, I fondly remember him and his leadership prowess. With Mike's passing we lost a great officer and a true hero. It is with deep gratitude we are remembering Michael Nawrosky and all the others who served and died in times of war so that we may enjoy the Freedom and Liberties that make the United States of America great.
    Posted by: Clark T. Ballard, Jr., M.D., Colonel, U.S. Army (Ret), USMA, 1963
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    Saturday, July 7, 2001

    Hello Mike
    Posted for: MICHAEL ROBERT NAWROSKY:
    Dear Mike. I just today (11/17/02) found out about your passing on 7/6/02. I can't say how sad I am about this. We served together with the 1/5 CAV. at the end of my tour and as I remember, the begining of yours. You were a good person and great company. I remember the good times we had together sharing a houch during June of 68.

    I left Nam on the 28th of June....You died on the 6th of July.

    I'm so sorry...it's just so sad.

    Your friend, Charlie
    Posted by: Charles A Brown, BN S-3 Air, 1/5 Cav, 1st Cavalry Division 6/67/-6/68
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    Sunday, November 17, 2002

    We Remember
    Posted for: MICHAEL ROBERT NAWROSKY:
    Michael is buried at the US Military Academy at West Point. He was in the Class of 1964.
    Posted by: Robert Sage
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    Saturday, December 11, 2004

    you are still loved
    Posted for: MICHAEL ROBERT NAWROSKY:
    the circle is completed. i will always remember you and pray that you are in God s embrace.til we meet again. love, carole
    Posted by: carole tavolacci
    Email: [email protected]
    Relationship: We were close friends
    Thursday, November 15, 2007

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