Hisel Gobble wrote...WE
ALL CERTAINLY GREW
UP THAT DAY  I WILL
ALWAYS REMEMBER
HOW OUR WHOLE
GROUP SANG THE
MARINE CORP HYMN AS
WE CROSSED THE
PADDIES BACK UP THE
HILL THAT NIGHT.--IT
GAVE ME COLD CHILLS  
IN SPITE OF WHAT WE
JUST EXPERIENCED...I
QUESS WE ALL LEARNED
WHAT A MARINE WAS
THAT DAY....ROGER DIED
 ABOUT 3 MONTHS LATER.
DAVID NAVARRO & HENRY GOBBLE at WALL June 2002....Roger
was a true hero  dedicated and loyal to the Corps, and his squad.
ROGER SHOWING HIS MUSCLES
ROGER WITH ELBOW ON DAVID NAVARRO
My name is Nick Seeley and I was a machine gunner in Alpha Co. !/7. I
knew Roger quite well in fact, he was my friend and brother as all the
guys in the squad were. Roger was a very good man and he was well liked
by all especially his squad.  It hurt bad to find out he was killed because
we knew he had a wife and child. We were the same operation together
and there was very heavy combat...many men killed and wounded and I
was one of the wounded. I was hit on May 10,1968 as were several other
Marines. I found out about Roger while I was in the hospital. I was told
he was killed on the op.  Semper Fi....Nick Seeley....(Peanut Butter)