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In Memory of Paul C. Latender
D.O.B. 11/24/1949
Died 12/02/1992, Age 43

Paul Cletus Latender

Paul Cletus Latender served with the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines, M Company.He entered in the USMC on September 27, 1968 and was discharged March 11, 1970 with 1year, 5 months, and 15 days of active duty. He did 11 months and 6 days incountry. He was awarded the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal w/1*, Vietnam Campaign Medal w/1*, and the Combat Action Ribbon.Semper Fi, Brother Marine. We will never forget.

We Served Together

I got to M Co. 3/5 sometime in late Feb. of '69, and left in the middle of May. I think I got in there replacing everyone from "Operation TAYLOR COMMON." I saw Paul Latender and spent some time with him. I was hit May 4, '69 in a village and never went back, heard we were hit pretty bad back at An Hoa about 10 days after. I don't know what happened after I left. I re-met Paul at a Veterans Pow Wow, he said he was healing through their way of life.~Fernando Rodriguez, 0351 Mike Co. Mortars, 1969

Paul La Tender and his mother

I feel the Vietnam War contributed to Paul's death. After his death he was approved for Agent Orange, too late. He left one daughter; Kathy Morning Star Latender.~Honey, Paul's sister

(3/5 Memorial Wall graphic by Vic Vilionis, 7th Marines)


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