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Sgt. Matt Maupin POW/MIA
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 The blue Rev Tech chopper is one that I built in my garage last winter and froze my damn fingers off...never again.  That's why this one is done at the Harley shop.  I got it out of Florida for $10,000 got it home last January and sold it in May for $20,000.  That's why I felt the post partum depression and went out and bought the one I'm working on now.  The little motorcycle mama is my granddaughter Nicolette.  The black one is the bike that I am working on now, and yes she had to sit on that one too.  The other photos are of my second chopper that I build after Nam in 1971.  They don't make them like that anymore!!! The article is from the Callaway KY newspaper who did a story on our KY campout reunion this past October.  That's me holding the sign on the right, the one with the mustache.  Photo of my medals case.  Photos of me in Nam and some copies of stories that were written about me in the local Syracuse news papers whenever I got another medal.  I have photos of my friends that were killed in Nam, these were my closest and dearest friends that were killed on the day I was wounded badly just inches away from me.  I miss them terribly everyday and I pry for them everyday.  I am in touch with one of the families and they have since adopted me kinda.  Would you like those photos too?  I would like to see them on the site to honor them also.  I spent two years recovering from my wounds at Walson Army Hospital in Ft. Dix, NJ but like I said before, I have no regrets, I too could be sitting as a name on that cold black wall!!! 


You're website is being awarded the Gold Award for POW/MIA Awareness.  CONGRATULATIONS!
The National POW/MIA Awareness Assn. is more than determinded to help bring out the hushed and little knowlege American's know about what the POW/MIA stands for and represents.  Most small American children think it's two words POW and MIA.  We need to enlighten them.  For far too many years our P.O.W/M.I.A.s have been merely whispered about.  Yet we have dared to use the slogan 'NEVER FOGOTTEN'.  True, but by the FEW.  It's time to make that the MASSES.  And to keep the vigils going to bring each and every man and woman home.  Military families need the reassurance that we ALL stand together in that PROMISE.
You're site helps to fulfill either a part of that ideal, if not the entire ideal.  The Nation POW/MIA Awareness Assn. has decided to award you and your site their Gold Award for it.  I hope you'll accept it with honor as it is so proudly and distinguishly given.  It is also I hope to continue to build POW/MIA chapters throughout each and every state.  Joining is FREE.


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