Kenneth Adam, father of Chief Master Sgt. Quincy Adam, waits for the burial portion
of his son's funeral service to begin July 27 at Chapel Hill Memorial Cemetery in Kansas City, Kan.
Chief Adam is a Vietnam War veteran who was wissing in action for more than 40 years.
Chief Adam's remains were discovered in Southeast Asia, and he was finally brought home
to be laid to rest, giving his family closure in their lives.
(U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Kenny Holston)
posted on 07/28/2009 4:42:36 PM PDT
I'm glad he is home too.
It will bring closure.
I'm also glad that Obama didn't use this a s pro military photo op.
posted on 07/28/2009 4:48:40 PM PDT
(Intelligent people recognize Intelligent Design (God).)
SOLDER REST GENTLY PRESSED
TO THE CALM MOTHER EARTHS WAITING BREST
DUTY DONE LIKE THE SUN GOING WEST
SEMPER FI SOLDER, GOD BLESS
posted on 07/28/2009 4:48:57 PM PDT
(Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father,but by me)
God Bless you Chief Adams!
Thank you for your service to our country...
Now that you’re back home...rest in peace!
Thank you Chief Adam for your service. I, as an American, thank you for your service and your ultimate sacrifice.
Prayers for your family, who at least have closure. May they find comfort in the Lord’s embrace. They have served for 30+ years in the service of the USA.
posted on 07/28/2009 4:51:54 PM PDT
(Communism comes to America: 1/20/2009. Keep your powder dry, folks. Sic semper tyrannis)
posted on 07/28/2009 4:52:30 PM PDT
Interesting that the headline states - "30 years missing in action" ...
while the text of the story says, "missing in action for more than 40 years."
Nevertheless, welcome home.
posted on 07/28/2009 4:54:19 PM PDT
God bless him and his family, and welcome home brother.
Thank you for your service Chief Adam. RIP.
Welcome home Chief Adam.
Rest in peace.
God Bless You.
posted on 07/28/2009 5:02:00 PM PDT
("The rights of the people have been bartered for promises of office". ~Andrew Jackson)
Welcome home Chief Master Sgt. Quincy Adam, may you rest in peace and I send prayers for your loved ones.
posted on 07/28/2009 5:03:36 PM PDT
( Typical White Guy: Christian, Constitutionalist, Heterosexual, Redneck. (Let them eat arugula!))
RIP Chief Master Sgt. Quincy Adam, WELCOME HOME!
(blind bat operations often hot and heavy out of my base in that era, it brings back special memories, not all of them happy)
posted on 07/28/2009 5:09:44 PM PDT
(USAF.68-73..8th TFW Ubon Thailand..never store a threat you should have eliminated))
As we landed and were taxiing to the gate, the senior flight attendant asked that we all remain seated until Sergeant Adams nephew had deplaned to perform his escort duties. When we arrived at the gate, she amended her statement to request that we all remain seated until the casket had been offloaded, and positioned herself in the aisle to ensure that her request was honored. There was some very little, actually grumbling, which she silenced by saying that both she and her husband were ex-marines, and she felt that this was the least we could do.
Sgt Adam Last Flight
Nice writeup by another Viet Nam Vet who did make it home.
I, too, thank the family of this hero. I'm so glad he's finally home.
posted on 07/28/2009 5:14:24 PM PDT
Never mess with a Marine. They stay stay seated...stay seated.
posted on 07/28/2009 5:16:26 PM PDT
As a 21-gun salute rang
Incorrect. Three rifle volleys, not a 21-gun salute. Senior Airman Kenny Holston and his editors should know better.
posted on 07/28/2009 5:20:13 PM PDT
by A.A. Cunningham
(Barry Soetoro is a Kenyan communist)
My prayers and heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Chief Master Sergeant Quincy Adams.
Thank you for your service and sacrifices Airman.
Rest in Peace
“There can be no triumph without loss, no victory without suffering, no freedom without sacrifice.” David Randolph
“Day is done, gone the sun, from the hills, from the lake, from the skies. All is well, safely rest, God is nigh. Go to sleep, peaceful sleep.”
Patriot Guard Rider
posted on 07/28/2009 5:33:49 PM PDT
God bless the men that fly and fight.
posted on 07/28/2009 5:47:34 PM PDT
(God Bless us all, each, and every one.)
Chief Master Sgt. Quincy Adam, rest in peace.
Welcome home Chief, may your family find peace. Thank you for your ultimate sacrifice.
posted on 07/28/2009 7:01:20 PM PDT
(New Jersey has no soul, only taxes)
posted on 07/28/2009 7:10:35 PM PDT
Hey Load! Welcome back home Brother.
posted on 07/28/2009 7:16:45 PM PDT
(Cave quid dicis, quando, et cui)
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