Dear Becky and Don,
I would like to thank to Mr. Hoskins for the service to our country and freed the oppressed. For that reason alone, may God grants a brave and courage man an eternal peace.
I, too, understand the feeling of ones who have relatives who are missing in action. I was declared an orphan after the fall of Saigon and went through a long period that you went through. It was not an easy one.
In my childhood memories, soldiers were heroe who always protect the lives of children. Uniform and medals attached to it brought me confort and security as a child. As I grow older, that image is a moving picture that frozed everytime I read a story of missing in action. I am sure what your uncle did in Vietnam was for a noble cause, to protect the oppressed and to bring freedom to humankind. May I joint you to share my deep thought of my gratitude to your Uncle.
I would like to thank him for protecting my freedom. I am now collecting crops of the field of Uncle Donnie once reaped and sowed. May I bow to him and sincerely thanks him.
I will promise you what I will do on this earth in the remaining of my temporary, short time of my life span is to devote in the continuance of your legacy which is to free the oppressed and to spread freedom around the world.
Just a kid got caught in the fires of confusion conflict.