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 If you have something to add to our collection, please contact Dann at 530-742-3090 or email at cws21779@aol.com

  MORE VIEWS OF THE MUSEUM

Patricia Bremmer and her daughter Camille White donated a ship cruise book from the USS Tarawa when husband and Father, Wm J Bremmer served on the carrier with the US Navy in the1940's.

Josie and Dale Cross  donated their next door neighbors,  (Wayne Earl March) WW II uniform, obit and photo in his memory  Wayne  was in the Army in the Battle of the Bulge where he  was captured in December 1944 by the Germans and held as a POW at Stalag 4B until the end of the War.   Wayne passed away in April 2016 and was buried in the Sacramento Valley National Veterans Cemetery.

On behalf of Willie, thank you for accepting these items for the museum. We know that you will display them in the most dignified fashion.
We have been totally impressed with The Museum of the Forgotten Warriors, staff and docents whenever we have visited. Keep up the wonderful work you all are doing.
Much Aloha, Wyman Wong, SMsgt (Ret.), USAF


Thank you for creating an amazing museum of military history. My family really enjoyed our tour of the museum last weekend.
Attached is a photo of my mother, Emily Ann Jensvold, with the German Bible that she donated to the museum.
Judy Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Burns found a B-17 bomber model and print of B-17 bombers over Europe at a yard sale and bought them to donate to the museum.

Captain Frank Nelson giving Dann a photo of one of the planes he flew with some of his units while in the USAF.   He flew a B-26 gunship into Laos during the Viet Nam War in support of the Hmong's.

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John Thao and Captain Frank Nelson watching a video in the Museum about the secret War in Laos during the Viet Nam War where Frank flew combat missions supporting the Hmong;s.

Joe Reyes donated wooden model Air Force planes from the Viet Nam era.

Raymond Ridge donated 2 Korean War (MASH) portable operating tables in US Medical Corps marked cases.  He got them from a lady in Hayfork, CA whose Dad had served.

 

Nolan Gobel with his Mom, Mary Agnes at the Museum on Memorial Day. 

Nolan Gobel on the Museum walkway on Memorial Day See neat Thank you note from Nolan below.

Mr. and Mrs. Lew Lewis found a Pearl Harbor Survivor License plate and brought in and donated. Lew is a USAF Veteran who served in the Titan Missile Silo in the Buttes Mountains outside Sutter. CA during the Cold War.

 

Larry Matthews points to his display in the museum when he visited for Memorial Day.  His display was put up in 1998.  He is a USN - Viet Nam Gulf of Tonkin Veteran

Hello Dan,
I am attaching a copy of the photo that was taken today. It shows me revisiting the display that I gave to the museum way back in 1998.  It's hard to believe that it's been that long.  Lots of changes for me and also for your museum. What amazed me about the visit is after I told you who I was you knew immediately where my display was in your vast museum!
Your museum remembers all veterans and our conversation with you was great.  Wonderful to hear all about your son and his challenges and also about how well the museum is doing.
We both had a very memorable visit.
All the best,
Larry and Sharon Matthews

Samantha Lee Rydnan serving with VMFA (AW) - 12, F-18 Sqn. visited Iwo Jima and brought home a bag of sand from the invasion beach below Mount Suabachi with photos recovering the sand that she signed and gave to Dann for the HALLOWED GROUND display.  It gives you a feeling that is undescribable to touch that sacred soil knowing how many Marines lost their lives on that bloody beach landing on Iwo Jima in World War II.  Thank you Samantha !

Carol donating items from her husband Captain Al Cardosa's collection

On the back of Capt Albert Cardoza’s picture it states he was a Clinical Laboratory Officer, 868th Medical Group, Goose Bay Labrador  May 1968 – Jan 1970.

 His other duty stations over the 12 years are shown on the left side of the picture.

 

Mrs. Hilling with her Mom (Lt-Nurse) and Father (Lt Army) shirt from World War II.  She is holding a photo of them both in uniform.  Now on display in the museum.

 

Bobby Foster donated a World War II complete mine detector in original box and a World War I (1919 dated) Welcome Home program for the Review of the 28th Division returning from France.

Dann, I wanted to thank you again for having us out to your museum. It was a huge pleasure meeting you and having a chance to help out (even if just a little bit). I definitely plan on visiting again and will spread the word about your museum. I was blown away by the amount of artifacts and history that you have preserved. It truly is an amazing and special place.
Pictured from left are TSgt Vincent Clark, TSgt Kevin Baird and Amn Samantha Snyder of the 364th RCS (Recruiting Squadron) based out of McClellan, CA.
Thank you again for what you do sir!

Capt. Don Schrader Vietnam "MACV" in 64-65 with the camera he was issued to take damage assessment pictures in country.

 

 

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 This page was last updated on March 05, 2017