3/7, '68-69 Tom Smith, Jimmy Smith, George Sager and
Gary Kelly all served in Vietnam with my friend, Tommy Price who
was KIA Feb. 23, 1969 along with several of his fellow Marines when
India 3/7 battled a
company from the 141st NVA in a little village called La Chau II. If
not for these Marines, I would never have known what happened
to Tommy, nor have recovered pictures of him taken in Vietnam.
page is dedicated to Tommy Price and his friends.
Semper fi, Brother Marines~DR
Smith and George Sager share a bottle of hooch on Hill 65
Emerson (left) and Tom Smith on Hill 65
Tom Smith and Teri in Hawaii (left), Tom and George
Jimmy Smith, Nov. '66, and
Jimmy with his daughter, Monica, age 21.
Thank you for "finding" me, Jimmy. Means more than
I can ever say.~DR
Phil and Sue Musta. Phil also served with Tommy
Price (KIA 2/23/69)
Chester Kaliekini (left) and Tommy Price
Right: Tommy and Robert Fields (front)
March 2004 after searching many years for Chester Kaliekini, Tom
Smith found he had passed away in 1997, and is listed under his
full name, Clement R. Kaleikini, as buried in the National Memorial
Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, Oahu.
Clement R, b. 11/06/1948, d. 09/01/1997, US Marine Corps, SGT, Res:
Kahului, Maui, HI, Plot: W 0 49, Bur. 09/08/1997
Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific
Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii
Kelly (left), Chausy (?) and John Brumbaugh (KIA Feb. 23, '69)
3/7 Memorial Page
Price Memorial Page
Wolfendale Memorial Page
Eugene Hancock Memorial Page
George Sager's India 3/7, Vietnam 68-69 Website
of Vietnam by Cpl. Crusty
aka, Tom Smith, India 3/7 1968-69
Red Beach Got Its Name"
7th Marines Website
Company 3/7, 1967, Liberty Bridge
(I/3/7 flag courtesy of George Sager)