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Two Augusta Boys in Vietnam: In Memory of William E. Bonner



by Jared Ogden, Sr.

My parents were the only white people to attend Bill's funeral. It was important to me that they attend. Bill was my friend. I still grieve from Bill's death 50-plus years ago.

I never told Bill Bonner of my first impression of him. If I had, he would have laughed, and I w...

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  1. There are so many times I wish I could wave a magic wand and make the sadness go away. That war will always impact us in ways just like this story. And it should, we should never forget those who gave it all.

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