Posted on 11/18/16 - by John Braun firstname.lastname@example.org
Kenneth, You are remembered and honored. Rest With the Warriors.
It was so long ago...
Posted on 4/9/16 - by Jim Anderson (Sgt.) email@example.com
We were both members of F Company, 75th Rangers. My job was radio relay. I happened to be in Tay Ninh when Harjo's team was hit. As I stood between two of our wounded who were being treated and prepped for the trip to Japan, over and over they praised Harjo. They spoke about how though seriously wounded he continued to lay down fire to protect them. I had been with the company since July, about four months before Harjo's death, and do not remember meeting him. However, I will never, never forget the tribute those two wounded comrade's paid him.
Remembering An American Hero
Posted on 11/18/15 - by Curt Carter firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear SP4 Kenneth Dewayne Harjo, sir
As an American, I would like to thank you for your service and for your sacrifice made on behalf of our wonderful country. The youth of today could gain much by learning of heroes such as yourself, men and women whose courage and heart can never be questioned.
May God allow you to read this, and may He allow me to someday shake your hand when I get to Heaven to personally thank you. May he also allow my father to find you and shake your hand now to say thank you; for America, and for those who love you.
With respect, Sir
Posted on 11/18/15 - by A Grateful Vietnam Vet
Thank you Spec 4 Harjo for your leadership and exemplary courage under fire.
Posted on 4/2/15 - by Sam Harrison USMC vietnam 67-69
This is hard to write for someone you knew and loved, I recall the days when we were young at church running around the grounds, swimming in ponds, playing ball, even tho we were cousins we were brought up as brothers, miss you.
I think of the days in high school, the sports we played, the girls we talked about, the day you left for Vietnam, the ltr I received and the day I heard you were gone, I think of you always, you gave it all some day we will talk again. Your Friend
HAPPY BIRTHDAY KENNETH
May 27, 2010
24859 Zoe Road Tecumseh OK 74873 USA
The war went on for, what seemed like, so long. I came up through school wondering when my turn to go would come. My own older two brothers answered the call. One of them came back with a Purple Heart,one kidney, and one and half lungs. As one of the four from our small hometown who gave all, along with the other 58,000, Thank You (Mvto)! Because of your sacrifice, I did later serve in a peacetime Army, now enjoying grandkids and gray hair. You made that possible, Cibon (boy). You are remembered!
Feb 18, 2010
Fellow Veteran 69-70 An Khe
Union Gap, WA. 98903
“You are Remembered”
Peace and condolence, to the family and friends. "He which hath no stomach to this fight let him depart. But we in it shall be remembered. We few, we happy few, we band of brothers!! For he today, that sheds his blood with me, shall always be my brother”. Rest in peace brave soldier, you have not been forgotten. (W.Shakespeare) May God Bless You for your Sacrifice!!!
May 27, 2008
Native American Brother
We are not related, but I will call you brother, my Native American Brother. I honor and respect your service to our country-you and the 58,000 brothers and several little sisters who share the Wall with you- deserved so much more. I thank you, I am forever grateful,and I will remember you. Peace and farewell, soldier, my Brother.
Nov 18, 2007
team leader in vietnam
po box 205
thorndale, tx. 76577rememberance
there isn't a day at one time or another that i don't talk about you. i was'nt there since i was on leave at the time .knowing you kenneth i know you put up a good fight. your friend cecil
Saturday, March 18, 2000
Honoring one of Native American's finest a true HERO. Rest in peace. Gone but not forgotten. "If they are to fight, they are too few if they are to die, they are too many." -Chief Hendrick, Mohawk-1755-
Friday, May 27, 2005
BOX 82 SASAKWA,OKLA. 74867
sasakwa, okla 74867 u. s. a.
I DID NOT KNOW KENNETH BUT BEING RAISED UP AT WEWOKA I AM SURE WE PLAYED ONE ANOTHER IN FOOTBALL OR BASEBALL, WE WALKED THE SAME STREETS ,HAD THE SAME DREAMS ABOUT GETTING OUR FIRST CAR OR GETTING TO DRIVE FOR THE FIRST TIME WE GAVE NO SECOND THOUGHTS ABOUT GOING 13 THOUSAND MILES FROM HOME TO FIGHT A WAR ,WHILE OTHERS AROUND US WERE TRYING TO AVOID THE DRAFT,KENNETH WENT LIKE A WARRIOR TO DO HIS MISSION AND LIKE MANY NATIVE AMERICANS HE DONE HIS DUTY AND GAVE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE HE SOARS WITH THE EAGLES AS SO DO TERRY DEER AND CHARLES MILLER GREAT BROTHERS OF MINE ALL THREE GAVE THEIR ALL AS DID ALL MEN FROM OUR GENERATION GOD BLESS YOU ALL
Tuesday, November 18, 2003
Kenneth is buried at Family Cemetery, Wewoka,OK. SS BSM ARCOM PH
On this your angel day I want you to know that you are a blessing to a countless number of people past, present, and future. And through your selfless service and courageous deeds your efforts have and will have an influence on many generations. And with all the good you did and the ultimate sacrifice you paid you truly are OUR HERO and we thank God that you lived.
by Father Denis Edward O'Brien, USMC
It is the soldier, not the reporter
Who has given us the freedom of the press.
It is the soldier, not the poet,
Who has given us Freedom of speech.
It is the soldier, not the campus organizer
Who has given us the Freedom to demonstrate
It is the soldier, who serves beneath the Flag,
Who salutes the Flag,
Whose coffin is draped by the Flag,
Who allows the protestor to burn the Flag,
It is the soldier, not the politician,
Who has given his blood, his body, his life,
Who has given us these FREEDOMS!
Posted by: Kathie
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Thank you for your service and for giving your life for me and the rest of the country. I really appreciate your sacrifice and your contribution. You truly are an American hero and deserved to be recognized and remembered
Posted by: Cameron DeSandre:
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Kenneth Dewayne Harjo
Kenneth, you were just a boy when you left for Viet Nam..On the day you made the ultimate sacrifice I'm sure you had become a man in every way. You were denied living many years and enjoying the things we take for granted. You will never be forgotten.
Everyone on the Wall should have a remembrance....
In gratitude for your ultimate sacrifice....I honor your memory today, on the anniversary of the country's great loss of Kenneth Dewayne Harjo on the foreign soil of Viet Nam. I'm sure your family and friends are very proud of you, miss you dearly and still feel the pain of their loss.
in peace always
Posted by: cblake
Monday, November 18, 2002