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» JOHN WALTON, R.I.P. from Michelle Malkin
Via AP: Wal-Mart heir John T. Walton, who threw his considerable financial support behind efforts to educate low-income children, has died in the crash of a homemade, experimental aircraft. Walton, of Jackson, Wyo., crashed shortly after takeoff Monday... [Read More]

» John Walton, 11th Richest Man, Army Green Beret, R.I.P. from Hickeys Hole
I think most people are not aware that John Walton of the Walton family fame volunteered to serve in Vietnam. John Walton, 11th Richest Man, Army Green Beret May his soul enjoy continued adventures in the next life. [Read More]

» Wal-Mart Heir Walton Mourned After Crash from Unpartisan.com Political News and Blog Aggregator
Wal-Mart heir John T. Walton, who died in the crash of his experimental, ultralight aircraft, was re [Read More]

» Sad day in Bentonville from Techography
John Walton, former Green Beret who served in Vietnam, and heir to Sam Waltons Retail Empire, Wal-Mart, was killed today in a Plane crash in Wyoming while piloting his own ultra-light. John was also listed as one of Forbes as 11th on its list of the... [Read More]

» Sad day in Bentonville from Techography
John Walton, former Green Beret who served in Vietnam, and heir to Sam Waltons Retail Empire, Wal-Mart, was killed today in a Plane crash in Wyoming while piloting his own ultra-light. John was also listed as one of Forbes as 11th on its list of the... [Read More]

» John Walton, walmart heir dead at 58 from The Chief Brief
Wal*Mart has been getting a lot of criticism lately, some of it deserved, some of it not. Most people don't know anything about the Walton family though. John Walton, who died in a plane crash recently, was actually a Green Beret in Vietnam. Blackfiv... [Read More]

» R.I.P. John Walton from Overtaken by Events
News of the death of John Walton stunned Northwest Arkansas yesterday, although the manner in which he died (flying an... [Read More]

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John Walton, son of Sam. Blackfive has links.... [Read More]

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» Now that's a legacy from THE TEXAS SCRIBBLER
Enjoying reading John Stryker Meyer's Across The Fence: The Secret War in Vietnam. Picked up a visitor the other day who had Googled the book, and backtracking it I found this BlackFive eulogy of John Walton, one of the three... [Read More]

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