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Name:
Mark Corson   mjcorson@verizon.net
Entry:
I just wanted to inform all that my dad, Al Corson that after a short battle with cancer, has passed away. He was aircraft commander on Knife 31 which was shot down on Koh Tang East Beach and was featured on the Discovery Channel "Situation Critical, Seized at Sea"
Burial will be at Arlington, August 27th at 3PM.
I would like to invite everyone to come to Dad's funeral. This is not going to be a private service. I thank you for your condolences during this time. They are much appreciated. Please wear something that is colorful as well as comfortable, for Dad was a very fun loving guy and would not want to see everyone wearing black. I will be wearing the 21st SOS Knife patch to show my respect for everyone involved in that 1975 mission.

I am also planning on visiting Lt. Van de Geer's gravesite and the Vietnam Wall after the funeral should anyone like to join me.
Date:
July 24, 2009 22:40

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