World's apart, but always in our hearts
In the compound rest and relaxation and refit
Sgt Jerry Isham on his M40 Tank
Flying the "Friendly Skies"
hard day in the field
Duece on the move
One of Jerry's Crew waiting to roll
Writing Home during
Jerry at home
On the Road again, convoy passing MP Checkpoint
M40 Tank heading out
Jerry (left) with his Brother
Site Designed by John Haglund
I have been knowing Jerry for at least 30 years or so. He watched me grow up. He was my neighbor and also he was my friend. He was, like the good person he was always there when I needed help, or anybody as far as that goes. He served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam Conflict where he was a tank commander.
This site is the very least I could do to help keep his memory alive, and to recognize and honor the Service he did for our country during the Vietnam Conflict.
Thank you Sgt. Jerry Isham....Welcome Home
Sgt Isham, you were called to serve your Country in Vietnam,
You did not question or ask why...
You went and did your duty without hesitation...
You served with honor and never did once quiver,
at the sights most would have shivered.
Sgt Isham, You knew the meaning of God, Duty, Honor and Country..
You did not run from it, You tackled it head on.
You are missed, and though you are not here with us today,
Your sacrifices you did and all that you have done,
are not forgotten.
From the heart of a brother-in-arms, Thank you and Welcome Home!!!
Dedicated to Sgt. Jerry Isham
5th BN 2nd Artillery
Served during Vietnam Conflict 1966 - 1968
Went Home 2003
We Miss You Jerry