James Brewer 

SP4 - E4 - United States Army - 11B20 - Infantryman
B Company, 3rd Battalion, 21st Infantry
196th Light Infantry Brigade

196th Patch 

A Company, 3rd Battalion, 22nd Infantry
4th Infantry Division

4th Infantry Patch 

20 Years Old
Long Bottom, Ohio
September 21, 1946 to March 21, 1967

 

James served with B Company, 3/21st, 196th LIB, but was killed while
serving with A Company, 3/22nd, 4th Infantry Division. He was
transferred to the 4th Infantry on March 18th, and was only with them
three days until his death at
LZ Gold.

Quad 50 - Soui Tre 

This picture is one of the two Quad-50's that were at Soui Tre.
This could be the one James was manning at the time of his death, as
stated in The Bronze Star Award.  James, seeing the piece was
threatened to be overrun, maneuvered to the gun to try to keep
it out of VC hands.

 

Presidential Citation 

 

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