50th Commemoration of Vietnam Conflict, in Linden


Nick Arcuri, owner of Arcuri Truck and Trailer Repair, will unveil a custom designed truck dedicated to Vietnam Veterans and the 50th Commemoration of the Vietnam Conflict on Friday, July 20, 2012 at 11:00 AM at Arcuri Truck and Trailer Repair, 1025 East Linden Avenue, Linden, New Jersey.

To honor all those who served, Arcuri covered one of his trucks with a vinyl graphic display designed by Great Dane Trailer. These graphics feature the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Foundation, the New Jersey State Council of Vietnam Veterans of America, Vietnam Veterans of America National Chapter, and Maximum Quality Foods.

Maximum Quality Foods is proud to show their support by displaying the truck at the 2nd Annual Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show on Sunday, September 30, 2012, in the PNC Bank Arts Center parking lot, exit 116 off the Garden State Parkway.

For information about either event, please contact Bill Linderman at the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Foundation at 732-335-0033 xt. 101 or blinderman@njvvmf.org .


July Casualties

Cpl. Gerald Fuselle, 24, died in North Africa on July 10, 1943.

Pfc. Steveno Mosco, 20, was KIA in Normandy July 27, 1944.

2nd Lt. Victor R. Bruegman was killed over Hungary on July 2, 1944.

Lt. John J. Daly was KIA in Normandy on July 4, 1944.

Pfc. Angelo Guarino, 25, was KIA in France on July 18, 1944.

John Marshall was killed in Italy on July 8, 1945.

Lt. Kenneth Chewey died in Manila, the Philippines, on July 23, 1945.

Sgt. Clatie Cunningham was killed in the South Pacific on July 23, 1945.

Private Hyland was a member of the 11th Field Artillery Battalion, 24th Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy along the Kum River, South Korea on July 20, 1950.

Pfc. Carl Lawrence Mickens, 26, was killed in action on July 4 in Vietnam.

(July 31, 1958) Staff Sgt. Charles A. Marsh, 45, of Belleville, died of injuries suffered two days earlier in a highway accident in Burlington, Vt.

Captain Henry Benson died in 1862 at Malvern Hill, Va.

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