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Tribute to my father, SFC James W. Lynn, Army Secuity Agency

Discussion in 'US Army Forum' started by dubyah, Apr 16, 2007.


  1. dubyah

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    Soldier, Patriot, Husband, Father
    MSGT Jim Lynn, Army Security Agency, Military Intelligence

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    THANK YOU FOR HONORING HIS MEMORY.
     

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  2. pt945

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    America is a better place because of men like him

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  3. Sam White

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    I miss you bud
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    My Dad is an ASA vet also.
     
  4. Fred Hansen

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    Thank you and your family for a man worthy of honor. My prayers for you and your family.


    :patriot: :patriot: :patriot: :angel: :angel: :angel:


    The pics of your dad at Sobe (now Torii) Station bring back some fond memories of my own time on Okinawa. Thank you.
     
  5. dubyah

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    Thank you for your comments. I have many more pictures and stories I am adding. Dad was in the ASA from the first year and served in the states, Germany, Okinawa, had a "presence" for our government in Bangkok, Viet Nam, the Philippines and throughout the Far East and Europe. I have gotten many emails from men who served with and for him. A great group. Check his site again.

    We miss him greatly. Your comments help; my utmost respect to you ASA and military intelligence guys as well as all who serve our country. The respect at his ceremony was excellent. The current head of Military Intelligece G2 at Ft. Hood attended and is a friend of Dad's.

    Regards,
    JERRY W Lynn
    ADDED A COUPLE PICTURES TO OKINAWA, WORK ON THE SITE SOME DAILY.
    <img border="0" src="http://www.asavet.us/images/j_w_lynnsobe4-54.jpg" width="431" height="594">
     
  6. FDC

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    Another good man gone. Sorry for your loss Dubyah.
    RIP:patriot: