I wear the pow/mia bracelet of my brother, Capt. Harley H. Hall, the
last Navy pilot shot down on Jan.27, 1973 hours before the cease fire
was signed. He was the Blue Angels leader from "70-71" and up for the
astronaut program. He was alive on the ground! His back seater came
Gwen Hall D.
Friday, November 05, 2010
For Capt. Harley H. Hall
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I also wear a bracelet for your brother. I am now a history teacher and share his story. May God Bless your family.
I too wear a Captain Harley Hall bracelet. I have worn it for about 8 years. I was born on the day he was shot down, 27 Jan 1973.
Major Eric Lawless
I still have your brothers bracelet. I just finished teaching my son about him as we have been studying the Vietnam War and POWs. He is not forgotten. God Bless.
I wear one as well. Have for 20 years. My dad served on the Big E.
I have had Capt. Hall's bracelet since I was young. I live in Tacoma, Wa and we down to Vancouver in May to Capt. Hall's memorial. I pray for answers for Mrs. Hall, his children, you, and the rest of the family.
your brother has been on my mind a lot lately. I was in 4th grade at Hapgood Elementary school in Lompoc CA and our teacher Ms Rita Salan introduced her classes to Capt. Harley Hall. She made writing him throughout the school year a priority for every class that came through her door. It made such an impact on me. I was in her class 33 years ago and I still remember him. I just went to the POW/MIA website and have ordered a bracelet to wear in his memory. God bless you and his family.
-dorothy, Anchorage Alaska
I have worn the MIA POW bracelet for Capt. Harley Hall for over 30 years now. He is not forgotten!
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