Second Infantry Regiment

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Nancy Denise Griffin
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Johnny Harold Johnston
Co.C 1/2 Black Scarf Battalion 
Has went to be with the Lord.
Please keep his wife Mary and 
Family and Friends in your Prayers
in this time of need.May the Lord
Bless,Hold and Gide them in this
Hard time with Peace and understanding.

           thanks,Nancy Denise Griffin (Grissom)
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Rest in piece Johnny
Luther Patton
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My heart is truly saddened to hear of Johnny Johnson passing. I send my most sincere condolences' to his family and friend's. May The Good Lord give you peace and comfort.
I never met Johnny.  But we had a lot in common, we had the same job in The Nam; and that was RTO'S. Sniper's would pick off the RTO's first. I know that a few did not want to hump that Prick 25. But somebody had to. Johnny and I did just that.
Rest in Peace my Black Scarf Brother. You will not be forgotten.
Luther Patton
Black Scarf Battalion 1/2
Delta Company
November Platoon RTO
Recon. 29er Platoon RTO, Point Man
Nam June 67' June 68'
Eddie Oliver
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Thoughts and prayers for family and friends. RIP Johnny.
Juan Santiago
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RIP Soldier and Brother. Our Condolences to the family.

Juan Santiago
Sfc Ret Infantry
B co 2d Bn 2d Inf 
1964 to 1967
1965 to 1970.

John Kerins
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My condolences to Johnny's family.
He was a character, a good man, and an inspiration right until the end. Respected and loved by many, he will be missed. 
Larry G
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May he rest in peace.


Joe Fair
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I am most thankful I chatted via FB Messenger with Johnny prior to his passing. I had sent him a signed copy of my book Call Sign Dracula hoping to bring him a little bit of cheer. It was most moving to hear from him. 

May he RIP and may his family be comforted knowing he was a good solder and a good man.

Salute to Johnny.

Joe Fair
A 1/2
Apr '69 - Mar '70
Curtis Parker
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MAY HE REST IN PEACE. My deepest condolences goes out to the family and his loved ones and friends.

Curtis Parker
B 2/2 Inf, 3rd Platoon, Track B231
9 Dec 1967-10 Dec 1968
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