More photos sought of 3 killed in Vietnam

July 16, 2014

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF) is looking for more photos of three men from Hood County who were killed in action during the Vietnam War.

William L. Brooks

Date of casualty: April 22, 1970

Date of birth: April 24, 1933

Hometown: Tolar

Jack Camp

Date of casualty: Dec. 1, 1969

Date of birth: Aug. 15, 1947

Hometown: Tolar

Larry W. Rothel

Date of casualty: May 7, 1971

Date of birth: March 1, 1949

Hometown: Granbury

Those three men are part of the nearly 58,300 soldiers killed during that war that are part of the Faces Never Forgotten project at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.

The VVMF is seeking photos of 24,300 soldiers to help complete a new electronic display called “Wall of Faces.”

They already have “mug” photos of those killed from Hood County but are seeking photos of them with their favorite cars, going to the prom and just doing everyday activities.

“We want to tell the stories of each person on The Wall,” said Allyson Shaw, manager of communications and media relations with the VVMF.

If you have, or know of anyone who has, photos of any of the three men listed, please bring the photos by the Hood County News at 1501 S. Morgan St. You can e-mail digital photos to [email protected]

For more information call Nancy Pricer at 817-573-7066, ext. 257.

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