Gearold Brandt 

PFC - E3 - United States Army
11B10 - Infantryman
B Company, 3rd Battalion, 8th Infantry
4th Infantry Division

4th Division Patch 

Tour began April 9, 1969
19 Years Old
Salina, Kansas
May 8, 1950 to June 10, 1969

 

4th Memorial 

National 4th Infantry Division Memorial, Washington, D.C.
Dedicated on July 5, 2001

 

4th Infanrty Print 

Official Print of the 4th Infantry Division.

 

Ricki Bunce honors her uncle...

I never met my uncle Gearold, I was born a year after his death.  I think of him
often, wondering what he was like or what he would be like now.  He was only 19
when he was killed in action.  He left behind a mother and father, two sisters, and
a younger brother.  I want to know so much more about him...I don't know why this
haunts me.  All I do know is that my uncle was a great and brave man who will forever
be in my heart and he will never be forgotten.

 

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