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Marine Cpl. William I. Salazar 26, of Las Vegas, Nevada. R.I.P. Oct. '04

Salazar died from wounds received as result of enemy action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq. He was assigned to Headquarters Battalion, 1st Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Pendleton, California.

This notice from Fallen Heroes Memorial. (For memorial tributes click here.)

Also, go to www.vigilancevoice.com and look for the story posted on November 21, "Cpl. Salazar: Combat Photographer and Sentinel Of Vigilance"

AFTN - The American Forces Thailand Network
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DINFOS Memorial - http://bobwertzcm.tripod.com/AFTN/dinfos/index.html

RIP June 16, 1984 (As published in the "Forerunner" final project newspaper of BJC9-84)

Gene Siskel 1946-1999
As a teen, Siskel attended the Culver Military Academy in northern Indiana and went on to graduate from Yale University in 1967 with a bachelor's degree in philosophy. After graduating from Yale, Siskel won a public affairs scholarship and found work on a California political campaign. He then joined the Army Reserves and was assigned to the United States Department of Defense Information School, where after writing and editing media releases, he developed his love for journalism. ( Source: http://www.genesiskel.com )

Major General Paul Roberts Stoney 1919-1998
"If you as a communicator sometimes wish for a return to a less hectic existence, or are tempted to move into a less demanding field, your situation is pretty normal. The future I would predict holds even greater demands on you. How else but through more competent communications can we cope with a world of growing complexity and provide to the decision maker the essential elements of information gleaned from a perishable mass of data that is changing at break-neck pace and originating all over the globe."

- Major General Paul Roberts Stoney, USAF, retired

Spc. 5 Paul D. Savanuck, RIP April 18, 1969

Savanuck was one of 11 Americans slain April 18, 1969, near Cam Lo, when North Vietnamese Army soldiers overran an encampment occupied by C Troop of the 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Regiment. Savanuck was working for the Pacific Stars and Stripes newspaper. He was on his way to do a story near the demilitarized zone, according to an article in the The {Fort Benjamin} Harrison Post, dated May 9, 1969. It was only 14 days earlier that Spc. 5 Savanuck, 23, had reported to work as a "Striper."

Savanuck was posthumously promoted to staff sergeant and awarded the Bronze Star Medal for valor and the Purple Heart.

( From Ft. Meade's base newspaper SoundOff! http://www.ftmeade.army.mil/SoundOFF/archives/SO2003/July%2024/html/07-24News-DINFOS.htm  )

Earl D. Woods, Father of Tiger Woods
  Lt. Col. Earl D. Woods, Vietnam Vet, attended DINFOS and was assigned to do press releases in Brooklyn, NY in the begining of his military career.

Patrick John Jackson, PR Pro, DINFOS Hall of Fame Inductee, RIP March 22, 2001


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