2LT Raymond George Krobetzky deployed with the Golden Brigade to Viet Nam and arrived in-country on February 14, 1968. He served as an infantry platoon leader with C 1/508th and wasÂ KIA by small arms fire on August 25, 1968 in Thua Thien Province. He was a native of Armonk, New York, born on February 11, 1947.
2LT Krobetzky is honored on The Wall on panel 46W, line 17. He will always remain “Forever Young” in our hearts. Please visit him on The Wall and post your remembrance.
WeÂ are makingÂ concerted efforts to identify and honor all of our fallen brothers. You can help by reviewing our “Forever Young” page and letting us know of any corrections that need to be made.
No one gets left behind, no one gets forgotten.
Troopers – we have just learned of Stu Harrell’s loss. Please join us in supporting him byÂ conveying your wishes …
I just heard from Stu that his wife Martha passed away in mid May after a long and painful battle with cancer. He is really down in the dumps now.
Stu was the last ‘B’ Co Tiger 6 in Nam … came in after Roy Duncan replaced Dick Patterson for a time after Patterson was KIA. After we went home he was transferred to First Inf Div and had the Aerofifle Platoon in the 1/4 Cav.
Note: the last chapter of Hugh Mills’s book Low Level Hell features Stu and his guys.
If anyone wants to send condolences his e- mail is email@example.com.
Snail mail is 6712 N. 19th Place, Phoenix, AZ 85016.
He is one of the good guys and was at the reunion in Texas this year.
See you in August,