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John Matthew Haley Jr.

Lance Corporal, U.S. Marine Corps

2309911

Supply Company 
Force Logistics Support Group A
Force Logistics Command

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: September 1, 1967
Buried at: Section J Site 1523
                  Beverly National Cemetery
                  916 Bridgeboro Road
                  Beverly, NJ 08010
Awards: Purple Heart

 


LANCE CORPORAL JOHN M. HALEY JR. was born on September 15, 1947 to John M. and Vera Haley. His home of record is Runnemede, NJ. He served in the US Marine Corps and attained the rank of Lance Corporal. Haley was killed in action on September 1, 1967 in Thua Thien province, South Vietnam.


MESSAGES LEFT ON THEWALL-USA

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and their contact information may not be good anymore **

DJ Was My Squadmate

I remember you well John and God has a plan for each of us John, I remember you from PI and especially the morning you all got on the bus going to Geiger. I stood there and shook your hand as you boarded the bus and in my heart I prayed that nothing would happen to any of you like it did to you and the others. But God in His infinite wisdom has a plan for us that we can't figure out and never will until we get to Heaven where you are. I am sorry that your family had to go through the sorrow of losing you at such a young age but you gave everything you had to give to your country. I know that we will meet in Heaven when I cross over into Heaven through the thin veil of what we call death and we will be reunited there my friend with the others who have given their all for their country and their God. I love you John as only one Marine can love another Marine. I know that your family has not forgotten you or what you went through for you were a good son. Remember that you are not forgotten by me and never will be. Semper Fidelis and God be with you always. Your friend and fellow Marine Larry Ward.

Lawrence G Ward
Senior Drill Instructor
Alexandria, Virginia
Mar 27, 2008
pidi61@comcast.net

WILL NEVER FORGET

I REMEMBER BEING IN BOOT CAMP PARRIS ISLAND . PLT. 266 MY DRILL INSTUCTOR CAME TO ME AND TOLD ME MY COUSIN WAS KILLED IN THE NAM. AND MY OLDER BROTHER WHO WAS ALSO IN THE NAM AT THE TIME. WAS GOING TO ESCORT HIS BODY HOME. I REMEMBER THE WHOLE FAMILY GETTING TOGETHER AT MY GRANDMOTHERS COTTAGE ON THE PATUXANT RIVER IN MD. WE USED TO HAVE SOME GOOD TIMES. WHEN I GOT BACK FROM NAM. I DID VISIT THE WALL YEARS LATER. THANK YOU HEROS. SEMPER FI.

PHIL HERBERT
Saturday, April 26, 2003
CARONBLVD@AOL.COM
VALLEJO, CA 94590 USA


John M. Haley Jr.
is honored on Panel 25E Line 77 of
the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.


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