Tom Whitney of Kennewick is reflected in a display case featuring a Washington state flag that was damaged in a rocket attack on June 6, 1968 while Whitney was in Vietnam. The display is supported by replicas of the 140mm rockets that were used in the attack and can be seen at the Federal Building in Richland. The project was coordinated by Khris Judy of Real Centric Solutions and produced with donations from Apollo Sheet Metal, Custom Coat, Mounts Engraving, Lockheed Martin, Pam Harrington, Perfection Glass, Randolph Construction Services, Don Gerlach and Crazy Mike's Military Surplus.
Tom Whitney of Kennewick is reflected in a display case featuring a Washington state flag that was damaged in a rocket attack on June 6, 1968 while Whitney was in Vietnam. The display is supported by replicas of the 140mm rockets that were used in the attack and can be seen at the Federal Building in Richland. The project was coordinated by Khris Judy of Real Centric Solutions and produced with donations from Apollo Sheet Metal, Custom Coat, Mounts Engraving, Lockheed Martin, Pam Harrington, Perfection Glass, Randolph Construction Services, Don Gerlach and Crazy Mike's Military Surplus. Tri-City Herald
Tom Whitney of Kennewick is reflected in a display case featuring a Washington state flag that was damaged in a rocket attack on June 6, 1968 while Whitney was in Vietnam. The display is supported by replicas of the 140mm rockets that were used in the attack and can be seen at the Federal Building in Richland. The project was coordinated by Khris Judy of Real Centric Solutions and produced with donations from Apollo Sheet Metal, Custom Coat, Mounts Engraving, Lockheed Martin, Pam Harrington, Perfection Glass, Randolph Construction Services, Don Gerlach and Crazy Mike's Military Surplus. Tri-City Herald

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November 09, 2013 9:46 PM

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