TOWER — More than 40 years have passed since Tom Marwick left behind the jungles and rice paddies of the Vietnam War. But he still thinks about a fellow Marine who died there, and he wonders if his remains were ever found. And for Marwick he remembers “the flashbacks — they never go away” as another Memorial Day comes.
Marwick, who lives at Lake Vermilion near Tower, was with a helicopter crew, and a man named Harry Truman Wilson was the crew chief. About the time Marwick’s tour of duty in Vietnam was over, he learned that Wilson had been killed but that his body wasn’t recovered. The year was l970.
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