List of United States servicemembers and civilians missing in action during the Vietnam War (1961–65)

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This article is a list of US MIAs of the Vietnam War in the period 1961–1965. In 1973, the United States listed 2,646 Americans as unaccounted for from the entire Vietnam War. By April 2013, 1649 Americans remained unaccounted for, of which 850 were listed as Killed In Action – Body not recovered and 749 are listed as a presumptive finding of death.[1]

1961[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
January 13 Duffy, Charles J Civilian Laos, Vientiane Civilian with the US mission in Vientiane captured by Pathet Lao while hunting north of Vientiane. He is believed to have died in captivity in 1962[2] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 23 Bankowski, Alfons A Staff Sergeant USAF 314th Air Division Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Passenger on an SC-47 shot down by Pathet Lao while on an intelligence gathering flight, only one passenger was captured by the Pathet Lao and returned following the International Agreement on the Neutrality of Laos. The remains of 4 of the 7 missing passengers were recovered in 1991.[3] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 23 Weitkamp, Edgar W Warrant Officer US Army Army Attaché Office, American Embassy, Laos Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Passenger on an SC-47 shot down by Pathet Lao while on an intelligence gathering flight[4] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 23 Weston, Oscar B First Lieutenant USAF 314th Air Division Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Passenger on an SC-47 shot down by Pathet Lao while on an intelligence gathering flight[5] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 22 Biber, Gerald M Sergeant US Army FFT-59, B Company, 7th Special Forces Group (United States), MAAG Laos Operation White Star Laos, Vang Vieng Training adviser to the Royal Lao Army, presumed killed in a Pathet Lao ambush[6][7] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 22 Bischoff, John M Sergeant First Class US Army FFT-59, B Company, 7th Special Forces Group, MAAG Laos Operation White Star Laos, Vang Vieng Training adviser to the Royal Lao Army, presumed killed in a Pathet Lao ambush[6][8] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 22 Moon, Walter H Captain US Army FFT-59, B Company, 7th Special Forces Group, MAAG Laos Operation White Star Laos, Vang Vieng Training adviser to the Royal Lao Army, captured in a Pathet Lao ambush[6] and executed on 22 July 1961[9][10] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]

1962[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
May 30 Gerber, Daniel A Civilian South Vietnam, Ban Me Thuot One of three Christian missionaries abducted by the Vietcong from the Ban Me Thuot Leprosarium[11] Prisoner[1]
May 30 Mitchell, Archie E Civilian South Vietnam, Ban Me Thuot One of three Christian missionaries abducted by the Vietcong from the Ban Me Thuot Leprosarium Prisoner[1]
May 30 Vietti, Eleanor A Civilian South Vietnam, Ban Me Thuot One of three Christian missionaries abducted by the Vietcong from the Ban Me Thuot Leprosarium Prisoner[1]
July 14 Blewett, Alan L Civilian Bird and Sons Laos, Vientiane Bird and Sons Camair Twin Navion aircraft, tail number N229 disappeared on a flight from Vientiane to Pak Sane Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 14 Parks, Raymond F Staff Sergeant US Army 7th Special Forces Group Operation White Star Laos, Vientiane Bird and Son Camair Twin Navion aircraft, tail number N229 disappeared on a flight from Vientiane to Pak Sane[12] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 28 Simpson, Robert L Captain USAF 6th Fighter Squadron (Commando) South Vietnam, Bạc Liêu Province, Sóc Trăng Killed when his North American T-28 Trojan was hit by ground fire on a close air support mission[13] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 6 Anderson, Thomas E Corporal USMC HMM-163 South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Crew chief on a UH-34D which crashed due to mechanical failure[14] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]

1963[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
September 5 DeBruin, Eugene H Civilian Air America Laos, Tchepone His C-46 aircraft was hit by ground fire and crashed, the crew parachuted to safety and were captured by the Pathet Lao. Escaped Pathet Lao prison camp with Dieter Dengler, Duane W. Martin and others on 29 June 1966, last seen alive on that date. Prisoner[1]
November 24 Cody, Howard R Captain USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, Cà Mau B-26 #44-35703 hit by ground fire and crashed, bodies of two other crewmen recovered[15] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 29 Versace, Humbert R Captain US Army Detachment A-23 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, An Xuyen Province Captured by Vietcong while leading a CIDG patrol. On 28 September 1965, "Liberation Radio" announced the execution of Versace and MSGT Kenneth Roraback on 26 September in retaliation for the deaths of 3 Vietcong in Da Nang[16] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
November 24 Roraback, Kenneth M Master Sergeant US Army Detachment A-21 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Hậu Nghĩa Province One of 4 Americans captured by Vietcong in attack on Hiep Hoa Special Forces Camp. On 28 September 1965, "Liberation Radio" announced the execution of Roraback and Special Forces Captain Humbert Versace on 26 September in retaliation for the deaths of 3 Vietcong in Da Nang[17] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
December 6 Hill, Richard D Airman First Class USAF 21st Armament & Electronics Maintenance Squadron South Vietnam, Kien Hoa Province Crewman on RB-26L #44-35782, shot down on a photo-reconnaissance mission, bodies of two other crewmen recovered[18] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 6 Gorton, Thomas F Captain USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, Kien Hoa Province Navigator of RB-26L #44-35782, shot down on a photo-reconnaissance mission, bodies of two other crewmen recovered[19] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 12 Angell, Marshall J Sergeant US Army 611th Transportation Company South Vietnam, Dinh Tuong Province Flight Engineer aboard a CH-37B on a mission to recover a downed aircraft. The crew was attempting to sling-load the downed aircraft when the CH-37 was shot down, crashed and burned[20] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]

1964[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
January 14 Hickman, Vincent J Captain USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, Đồng Nai Province Navigator on B-26B #44-35566, shot down while conducting air strike[21] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
January 14 Mitchell, Carl B Major USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, Đồng Nai Province Pilot of B-26B #44-35566, shot down while conducting air strike[23] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
January 18 Metoyer, Bryford G First Lieutenant USAF UTT Helicopter Company, 145th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Kien Hoa Province Pilot of a UH-1B gunship hit by ground fire and ditched at sea, 3 other crewmen recovered[24] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
January 18 Straley, John L Private First Class US Army UTT Helicopter Company, 145th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Kien Hoa Province Crewman on a UH-1B gunship hit by ground fire and ditched at sea, 3 other crewmen recovered[25] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
March 26 Whitesides, Richard L Captain USAF 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Pilot of an L-19 shot down near the Quảng Trị Special Forces Camp. The passenger, Captain Floyd James Thompson was captured[26] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 19 Ledbetter, Thomas I Captain US Army Detachment A-133, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Tây Ninh Province Ambushed while leading a Montagnard patrol, last seen wounded[27] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 19 Talley, James L Corporal US Army Detachment A-133, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Tây Ninh Province Ambushed while leading a Montagnard patrol[28] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Walker, Kenneth E Captain USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, Sóc Trăng His A-1E #52-132654 crashed while conducting a napalm attack at the mouth of the Mekong River[29] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 24 Woods, Lawrence Staff Sergeant US Army Headquarters Company, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Quang Duc Province Passenger on a Fairchild C-123 Provider shot down on aerial resupply mission near the South Vietnam-Cambodia border. No parachutes were seen to leave the aircraft as it crashed. Remains of the other 7 passengers and crew recovered[30] Listed as killed in action, body not recovered[1]until 27 September 2013 when his remains were identified[31]
November 6 Dawson, Daniel G 1st Lieutenant US Army 145th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Biên Hòa Province Pilot of an O-1F aircraft flying a visual reconnaissance mission with a South Vietnamese observer. The aircraft was not heard from after takeoff[32] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 13 Bloom, Darl R Captain USMC VMCJ-1 South Vietnam, Da Nang His RF-8A collided with another aircraft and crashed into the sea[33] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 21 Nipper, David Lance Corporal USMC 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Bình Định Province Passenger on a UH-34D that crashed at sea[34] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 11 Tadios, Leonard M Sergeant US Army SD-5891, HQ, MACV South Vietnam, Phong Dinh Province Adviser to Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN), captured and died of disease/malnutrition[35][36] Died in captivity, remains not returned[22]
December 22 Parks, Joe Sergeant First Class US Army SD-5891, HQ, MACV South Vietnam, Vĩnh Bình province Adviser to an ARVN unit captured in an ambush near Khanh Hung and died in 1967 of disease/malnutrition[37] Died in captivity, remains not returned[22]
December 29 Bennett, Harold G Corporal US Army BDQ Team TD-33, MACV Advisory Team 95 South Vietnam, Phước Tuy Province Adviser to an ARVN unit, captured in an ambush and reported executed in June 1965 in retaliation for the execution of a Vietcong[38] Died in captivity, remains not returned[22]
December 31 Cook, Donald G Captain USMC 3rd Marine Division South Vietnam, Phước Tuy Province Advisor to the 4th Battalion, Vietnamese Marine Division, captured and reported to have died from Malaria on 8 December 1967[39] Died in captivity, remains not returned[22]
December 31 Dodge, Edward R Sergeant First Class US Army Detachment C-1, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Passenger in an O-1F Bird Dog that crashed near Da Nang[40] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 31 McDonald, Kurt C Captain USAF 336th Tactical Fighter Squadron on temporary duty to 2nd Air Division South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Pilot of an O-1F Bird Dog that crashed near Da Nang[41] Presumptive finding of death[1]

1965[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
February 7 Dickson, Edward A Lieutenant US Navy VA-155, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Flaming Dart I North Vietnam, Đồng Hới His A-4E was hit by ground fire and he ejected over the sea, but no parachute was seen.[42] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
February 9 McLean, James H E4 US Army Advisory Team 88 MACV South Vietnam, Phước Long Province Captured when Vietcong overran the Đức Phong Regional Forces camp. Last seen alive in 1966.[43] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 24 Frakes, Dwight G Chief Radioman US Navy VAH-2 South Vietnam, South China Sea Radio Operator on an A3B aircraft that crashed into the sea soon after takeoff from the USS Coral Sea.[44] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
March 15 Clydesdale, Charles F Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-95, USS Ranger North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H #135375 suffered engine failure while returning from a ground attack mission and he ditched at sea but did not exit the aircraft.[45] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
March 29 Hume, Kenneth E Lieutenant Commander US Navy VF-154, USS Coral Sea North Vietnam, Bach Long Vi His F-8D was hit by ground fire crashed into the sea, no ejection seat or parachute was observed.[46] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
March 31 McKinley, Gerald W Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-215, USS Hancock (CV-19) North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province His A-1 aircraft was hit by anti-aircraft fire and crashed during an attack on a radar station at Vinh[47] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
April 3 Smith, George C 1st Lieutenant USAF 615th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Thanh Hóa Province His F-100D was shot down while suppressing anti-aircraft fire during an attack on the Thanh Hóa Bridge.[48] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 4 Draeger, Walter F Captain USAF 1131st Special Activities Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Thanh Hóa province His A-1H escorting search and rescue helicopters was shot down and seen to crash in flames, but no parachute was observed during an attack on the Thanh Hóa Bridge[49] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
April 4 Magnusson, James A Captain USAF 354th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Hon Me His F-105D was damaged by a Mig-17 piloted by Le Minh Huan during an attack on the Thanh Hóa Bridge, he flew out to sea and was not recovered[50] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 9 Fegan, Ronald J Ensign US Navy VF-96, USS Ranger China, Hainan Radar Intercept Officer in an F-4B apparently shot down by Chinese Mig-17 fighters.[51][52] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
April 9 Murphy, Terence M Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-96, USS Ranger China, Hainan Pilot of F-4B apparently shot down by Chinese Mig-17 fighters.[52][53] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
April 17 Woodworth, Samuel A Captain USAF 562nd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Mu Gia Pass His F-105D failed to pull up after a bombing run, hit the ground and exploded.[54] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
April 29 Shelton, Charles E Captain USAF 5th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Laos, Sam Neua His RF-101C caught fire during a photo-run and he ejected and made contact with rescue forces. His recovery was delayed until May 2 due to bad weather by which time he had been captured by the Pathet Lao. He was last reported alive in 1968[55] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 8 Lahaye, James D Commander US Navy VF-111, USS Midway Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Vinh His F-8D was damaged by anti-aircraft fire and crashed into the sea, no ejection or parachute was observed[56] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
May 9 Wistrand, Robert C Captain USAF 561st Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Mu Gia Pass His F-105D crashed, no ejection or parachute observed[57] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 18 Hrdlicka, David L Captain USAF 563rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Sam Neua Ejected from his F-105D and captured by the Pathet Lao. His photo was featured in Quan Doi Nhan Dan and Pravda in 1966, last reported alive in 1968[58] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 18 Tavares, John R Civilian South Vietnam, Da Nang Merchant seaman from the SS Audry J. Luchenback, a civilian freighter anchored in the Da Nang port, last seen at the Pacific Bar, Bạch Đằng Street, Da Nang[59] Missing[22]
May 19 Donovan, Leroy M Sergeant First Class US Army HQ, MACV South Vietnam, Bình Định Province Observer in an O-1F Bird Dog that disappeared near Camp Holloway[60] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
May 19 Harper, Richard K Warrant Officer US Army 52nd Fixed Wing Platoon South Vietnam, Bình Định Province Pilot of an O-1F Bird Dog that disappeared near Camp Holloway[61] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
May 23 Walker, Orien J Captain US Army SD-5891, MACV Advisors South Vietnam, An Xuyen Province Adviser to the ARVN, captured by Vietcong in an ambush. Died of disease/malnutrition on 4 February 1966[62] Died in captivity, remains not returned[22]
May 27 Lynn, Doyle W Commander US Navy VF-111, USS Midway Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Nghệ An Province His F-8 was hit by ground fire and crashed, no ejection or parachute observed[63] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 1 Crosby, Frederick P Lieutenant Commander US Navy VFP-63, USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31) North Vietnam, Thanh Hóa Province His RF-8A was shot down while conducting a low-altitude bomb damage assessment mission[64] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 9 Dale, Charles A 1st Lieutenant US Army 73rd Aviation Company South Vietnam, Vĩnh Bình Province Pilot of OV-1C #61-2687 shot down over the U Minh Forest[65] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 9 Demmon, David S Sergeant US Army 73rd Aviation Company South Vietnam, Vĩnh Bình Province Electronic sensor operator on OV-1C #61-2687 shot down over the U Minh Forest[66] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 10 Compa, Joseph J Staff Sergeant US Army 118th Aviation Company, 145th Aviation Battalion Battle of Đồng Xoài South Vietnam, Phước Long Province Crew chief on UH-1B #63-038557 that crashed under heavy fire while making an emergency troop insertion into the area of the Đồng Xoài Special Forces Camp[67] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 10 Curlee, Robert L Staff Sergeant US Army Advisory Team 70, HQ, MACV Advisors Battle of Đồng Xoài South Vietnam, Phước Long Province Passenger on UH-1B #63-08557 that crashed under heavy fire while making an emergency troop insertion into the area of the Đồng Xoài Special Forces Camp, he survived the crash but was shot by Vietcong[68] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 10 Hagen, Craig L Sergeant US Army 118th Aviation Company, 145th Aviation Battalion Battle of Đồng Xoài South Vietnam, Phước Long Province Door gunner on UH-1B #63-038557 that crashed under heavy fire while making an emergency troop insertion into the area of the Đồng Xoài Special Forces Camp[69] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 10 Hall, Walter L 1st Lieutenant US Army 118th Aviation Company, 145th Aviation Battalion Battle of Đồng Xoài South Vietnam, Phước Long Province Pilot of UH-1B #63-038557 that crashed under heavy fire while making an emergency troop insertion into the area of the Đồng Xoài Special Forces Camp[70] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 10 Johnson, Bruce G Captain US Army SD-5891 (5th ARVN Division), MACV Advisors Battle of Đồng Xoài South Vietnam, Phước Long Province Survived crash of UH-1B #63-038557 and radioed that all others aboard had been killed and subsequently disappeared in the battle[71] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 10 Owens, Fred M Sergeant First Class US Army SD-5891 (5th ARVN Division), MACV Advisors Battle of Đồng Xoài South Vietnam, Phước Long Province Passenger on UH-1B #63-08557 that crashed under heavy fire while making an emergency troop insertion into the area of the Đồng Xoài Special Forces Camp, he survived the crash but was shot by Vietcong[72] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 10 Saergaert, Donald R Warrant Officer US Army 118th Aviation Company, 145th Aviation Battalion Battle of Đồng Xoài South Vietnam, Phước Long Province Copilot of UH-1B #63-038557 that crashed under heavy fire while making an emergency troop insertion into the area of the Đồng Xoài Special Forces Camp[73] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 12 Holland, Lawrence T Captain USAF 615th Tactical Fighter Squadron Battle of Đồng Xoài South Vietnam, Phước Long Province His F-100D was hit by ground fire and he ejected safely, a search and rescue helicopter observed his body being dragged from his landing site[74] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 16 Schumann, John R Captain US Army Advisory Team 75, HQ, MACV Advisors South Vietnam, Dinh Tuong Province He was serving as advisor to the Cai Be District Chief, when captured by the Vietcong[75] Died in captivity, remains not returned[22]
June 18 Armond, Robert L Captain USAF 441st Bombardment Squadron Operation Arc Light South China Sea Pilot of a B-52F #57-0047 that collided with another B-52 #57-0179[76] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 18 Gehrig, James M Major USAF 441st Bombardment Squadron Operation Arc Light South China Sea Crewman aboard a B-52F that collided with another B-52[77] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 18 Lowry, Tyrrell G Captain USAF 441st Bombardment Squadron Operation Arc Light South China Sea Crewman aboard a B-52F that collided with another B-52[78] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 18 Marshall, James A 1st Lieutenant USAF 441st Bombardment Squadron Operation Arc Light South China Sea Copilot of a B-52F that collided with another B-52[79] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 18 Neville, William E Technical Sergeant USAF 441st Bombardment Squadron Operation Arc Light South China Sea Gunner aboard a B-52F that collided with another B-52[80] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 18 Roberts, Harold J Master Sergeant USAF 441st Bombardment Squadron Operation Arc Light South China Sea Crewman aboard a B-52F that collided with another B-52[81] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 18 Watson, Frank P Captain USAF 441st Bombardment Squadron Operation Arc Light South China Sea Crewman aboard a B-52F that collided with another B-52[82] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 24 Van Campen, Thomas C PFC US Army 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry, 173rd Airborne Brigade South Vietnam, Biên Hòa Province His unit came under attack, he was wounded and separated from his unit. His body was not recovered due to heavy enemy fire[83] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 27 Jackson, Carl E Captain USAF 1131st Special Activities Squadron, MACV-SOG South Vietnam, Biên Hòa Province Pilot of a C-123B that crashed on a classified night mission with 14 Chinese troops on board[84] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 27 Roth, Billie L Staff Sergeant USAF 37th Consolidated Maintenance Squadron South Vietnam, Biên Hòa Province Crewman on a C-123B that crashed on a classified night mission with 14 Chinese troops on board[85] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
June 29 Lindsey, Marvin N Major USAF 15th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron North Vietnam, Sơn La Province His RF-101C #0040 was hit by anti-aircraft fire, he apparently ejected and was killed on the ground[86] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 5 Eisenbraun, William F Captain US Army Advisory Team 39, SD-5891, MACV Advisors South Vietnam, Quảng Ngãi Province Captured when the Vietcong overran the Ba Gia outpost. Died of injuries on 17 September 1967[87] Died in captivity, remains not returned[22]
July 8 Bram, Richard C Staff Sergeant USMC VMA-225 South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Disappeared while hiking near Chu Lai Air Base, believed killed by Vietcong[88] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 8 Dingwall, John F Gunnery Sergeant USMC VMA-225 South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Disappeared while hiking near Chu Lai Air Base, believed killed by Vietcong[89] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 13 Gallant, Henry J Master Sergeant US Army Detachment B-52, 5th Special Forces Group Project DELTA South Vietnam, Bình Định Province Leader of Team 2, an 8-man South Vietnamese Special Forces long range reconnaissance patrol ambushed while gathering intelligence near Highway 19, he was wounded and last seen alive with Serrgeant Taylor being pursued by enemy forces[90] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
July 13 Taylor, Fred Sergeant First Class US Army Detachment B-52, 5th Special Forces Group Project DELTA South Vietnam, Bình Định Province Adviser Team 2, an 8-man South Vietnamese Special Forces long range reconnaissance patrol ambushed while gathering intelligence near Highway 19, he was last seen alive with Master Sergeant Gallant being pursued by enemy forces[91] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
July 18 Avore, Malcolm A Lieutenant US Navy VA-163 South Vietnam His A-4E ditched following launch from the USS Oriskany and he was unable to escape the sinking aircraft[92] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
July 27 Kosko, Walter Captain USAF 563rd Tactical Fighter Squadron North Vietnam, Phú Thọ Province His F-105D was hit by anti-aircraft fire and he was seen to eject and land in the Black River[93] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 29 Brown, Edward D Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-191, USS Bon Homme Richard South Vietnam, Vĩnh Bình Province His F-8E failed to pull up from a strafing run and impacted the ground, no ejection observed[94] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
August 2 Hail, William W Captain USAF 1131st Special Activities Squadron, MACV South Vietnam His A1H #132625 disappeared[95] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 3 Bower, Joseph E Major USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-105D was hit by enemy fire and he ejected but hit the sea at high speed and was believed to have died on impact[96] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
August 7 Gray, Harold E Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-25, USS Midway North Vietnam, Đồng Hới Hi A-1H #135329 was hit by anti-aircraft fire during an attack on Army barracks at Đồng Hới[97] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
August 10 Mailhes, Lawrence S Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-152, USS Oriskany North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H disappeared over water[98] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
August 13 Mellor, Frederic M Captain USAF 20th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron North Vietnam, Sơn La Province His RF-101C #56-0186 was hit by enemy fire, he successfully ejected and radioed that he was on the ground without serious injury. When the search and rescue helicopter approached the area they were unable to make radio contact with him[99] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 3 Jewell, Eugene M 1st Lieutenant USAF 47th Tactical Fighter Squadron North Vietnam, Nghệ An Province Weapons Systems Operator on F-4C #63-7700 shot down during a low-altitude strafing run, the aircraft crashed and exploded. No parachutes observed[100] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 5 LaGrand, William J Chief Warrant Officer US Army 197th Aviation Company, 145th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Biên Hòa Province Passenger in an A-1G that crashed, no ejection or parachutes observed[101] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
September 5 Marshall, Richard C Captain USAF 1131st Special Activities Squadron South Vietnam, Biên Hòa Province Pilot of an A-1G that crashed, no ejection or parachutes observed[102] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
September 5 Shaw, Edward B Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-165, USS Coral Sea North Vietnam, Vinh His A-1H #139693 was hit by antiaircraft fire while attacking supply barges on the Song Gia Hoi River and crashed, no ejection or parachute observed[103] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
September 8 Goodwin, Charles B Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VFP-63, USS Coral Sea North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His RF-8A #146826 crashed into the sea 5 miles east of Quang Khe[104] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 12 Green, Gerald Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-191, USS Bon Homme Richard North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-8E was hit by anti-aircraft fire over Thanh Hóa Province and crashed at sea[105] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
September 13 Mossman, Joe R Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-72, USS Independence North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province His A-4E was hit by anti-aircraft fire, no ejection observed[106] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
September 14 Taylor, Neil B Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-192, USS Bon Homme Richard South Vietnam, Kiên Giang Province His A-4C crashed[107] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
September 17 Klenda, Dean A 1st Lieutenant USAF 67th Tactical Fighter Squadron North Vietnam, Sơn La Province His F-105D #62-4247, was hit by anti-aircraft fire while attacking a barracks east of Na San, no ejection observed[108] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 18 Barber, Robert F Lieutenant US Navy VA-75, USS Independence North Vietnam, Bach Long Vi Bombardier/navigator of an A-6A #151588 that crashed into the sea while attacking North Vietnamese Navy torpedo boats[109] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
September 18 Vogt, Leonard F Commander US Navy VA-75, USS Independence North Vietnam, Bach Long Vi Pilot of an A-6A #151588 that crashed into the sea while attacking North Vietnamese Navy torpedo boats[110] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
September 20 Hawkins, Edgar L Captain USAF 67th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Sơn La Province His F-105D call sign Elm 2 hit the ground during a rocket attack, no ejection observed[111] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 20 Martin, Duane W 1st Lieutenant USAF Detachment 1, 38th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron North Vietnam, Hà Tĩnh Province Copilot of an HH-43B #62-4510 shot down on a search and rescue mission, he was captured by the Pathet Lao. Escaped Pathet Lao prison camp with Dieter Dengler, Eugene DeBruin and others on 29 June 1966. Dengler saw him being killed by a Lao villager several days after their escape[112] Died in captivity, remains not returned[22]
September 24 Osborn, Geoffrey H Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-194, USS Bon Homme Richard North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-8E crashed into the sea[113] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
October 1 Massucci, Martin J 1st Lieutenant USAF 432nd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Sơn La Province Copilot of an F-4C #63-7712 hit by anti-aircraft fire, one parachute observed. The remains of the pilot Captain Charles J Scharf were identified in 2006[114] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 5 Pogreba, Dean A Lieutenant Colonel USAF 49th Tactical Fighter Squadron on temporary duty to 36th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Lạng Sơn province His F-105D was hit by anti-aircraft fire[115] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 17 Mayer, Roderick L Lieutenant US Navy VF-41, USS Independence Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of an F-4B hit by anti-aircraft fire during an attack on the Thái Nguyên bridge, observed to have ejected from the aircraft[116] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 17 Olmstead, Stanley E Lieutenant Commander US Navy VF-84, USS Independence Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Lạng Sơn Province Pilot of an F-4B hit by anti-aircraft fire, no ejection or parachutes observed. The radar intercept officer, LTJG Porter A. Halyburton did eject, was captured and released in Operation Homecoming[117] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 18 Thorne, Larry A Major (posthumous) US Army MACV-SOG Operation Shining Brass Laos-Vietnam border Supervising the air insertion of a reconnaissance team into Laos when his helicopter crashed[118] Missing in action; remains recovered in 1999 and identified in 2003[119]
October 19 Worcester, John B Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-195, USS Bon Homme Richard Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Nghệ An Province His A-4C disappeared on a ground attack mission[120] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 22 Mann, Robert L Captain USAF 9th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Pilot of an RB-66B #53-0452 that crashed[121] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
October 22 McEwan, James A 1st Lieutenant USAF 9th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Crewman on an RB-66B #53-0452 that crashed[122] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
October 22 Weger, John 1st Lieutenant USAF 9th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron South Vietnam, Kon Tum province Crewman on an RB-66B #53-0452 that crashed[123] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
October 31 Adams, Samuel Staff Sergeant USAF 6250th Support Squadron South Vietnam, Biên Hòa Province Captured by Vietcong while travelling on Route 15 from Vũng Tàu to Saigon, attempted escape on 2 November and last seen alive on that date[124] Died in captivity, remains not returned[22]
October 31 Dusing, Charles G Staff Sergeant USAF 6250th Support Squadron South Vietnam, Biên Hòa Province Captured by Vietcong while travelling on Route 15 from Vũng Tàu to Saigon, attempted escape on 2 November and last seen alive on that date[125] Died in captivity, remains not returned[22]
October 31 Moore, Thomas Technical Sergeant USAF 6250th Support Squadron South Vietnam, Biên Hòa Province Captured by Vietcong while travelling on Route 15 from Vũng Tàu to Saigon, attempted escape on 2 November and last seen alive on that date[126] Died in captivity, remains not returned[22]
November 3 Bowles, Dwight P Captain USAF 562nd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam His F-105D #61-0163 flew into the ground on a bombing run, no ejection observed[127] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
November 14 McClellan, Paul T Captain USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron Battle of Ia Drang South Vietnam, Pleiku Province His A-1E #52-132898 was hit by ground fire and crashed near LZ X-Ray, no ejection observed[128] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
November 16 Green, Donald G Captain USAF 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-105D #62-4332, was hit by fragments from an SA-2 Guideline, he flew his damaged plane out to sea and crashed[129] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
November 17 Hiemer, Jerry A E4 US Army 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Battle of Ia Drang South Vietnam, Pleiku Province He was reported to have been shot several times and killed but his body could not be located[130] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 21 Toms, Dennis L Seaman Apprentice US Navy VA-192, USS Bon Homme Richard South Vietnam, South China Sea Lost overboard while arming aircraft[131] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
November 22 Douglas, Thomas E Corporal USMC HMM-362 South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Crewman on a UH-34D #147180 that crashed at sea in bad weather[132] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 22 Miller, Richard A 1st Lieutenant USMC HMM-362 South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Copilot of a UH-34D that crashed at sea in bad weather[133] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 22 Pirker, Victor J Corporal USMC HMM-362 South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Crewman on a UH-34D that crashed at sea in bad weather[134] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 22 Visconti, Francis 1st Lieutenant USMC HMM-362 South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Pilot of a UH-34D that crashed at sea in bad weather[135] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 22 Winkler, John A Seaman Apprentice US Navy USS Bon Homme Richard South Vietnam, South China Sea Lost overboard[136] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
November 30 Richardson, Stephen G Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-53, USS Ticonderoga South Vietnam, South China Sea His F-8E crashed at sea[137] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
December 2 Austin, Carl B Commander US Navy VF-114, USS Kitty Hawk Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of F-4B #152220[138] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
December 2 Logan, Jacob D Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-114, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Radar Intercept Officer on F-4B #152220[139] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
December 3 Johnson, Stanley G 1st Lieutenant USMC HMM-364 South Vietnam, Hiep Duc District Copilot of a UH-34D #148762 transporting ARVN troops when it was hit by a mortar round, caught fire and crashed killing all 4 crewmmen and the 9 ARVN onboard[140] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
December 5 Eisenberger, George J Sergeant US Army 2nd Battalion, 2nd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Bình Dương Province Shot and killed in a Vietcong ambush, body unable to be recovered[141] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
December 5 Upner, Edward C Staff Sergeant US Army 2nd Battalion, 2nd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Bình Dương Province Shot and killed in a Vietcong ambush, body unable to be recovered[142] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
December 5 Hyde, Jimmy D Electrician's Mate, 3rd Class US Navy USS Dynamic South Vietnam, Vũng Tàu Drowned[143] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
December 8 Corle, John T Corporal USMC HMM-364 South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Gunner on a UH-34D hit by ground fire, crashed into the sea and sank[144] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
December 15 Clark, Jerry P Warrant Officer US Army 568th Signal Company South Vietnam, Phú Yên Province His O-1D suffered engine failure and crash-landed in shallow water near Qui Nhơn, search and rescue teams were unable to locate him and his rescue gear[145] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 16 Wickham, David W Lieutenant US Navy VA-113, USS Kitty Hawk North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4C crashed while landing on the USS Kitty Hawk[146] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
December 20 Mims, George I 1st Lieutenant USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Weapons system officer on an F-4C #64‑0678 that was hit by enemy fire. The pilot Captain Robert Jeffrey ejected, was captured and released in Operation Homecoming[147] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 20 Nordahl, Lee E Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy RVAH-13, USS Kitty Hawk Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Copilot of an RA-5C that was hit by enemy fire and crashed. The remains of the pilot LCDR Guy D Johnson were returned in 1977[148] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 22 Lukenbach, Max D Lieutenant Commander US Navy RVAH-13, USS Kitty Hawk Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Hai Hung province Pilot of an RA-5C hit by an SA-2 missile. The navigator, LTJG Glenn H Daigle successfully ejected, was captured and released in Operation Homecoming[149] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
December 22 Prudhomme, John D Lieutenant US Navy VA-76, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam His A-4C was hit by enemy fire and crashed[150] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
December 25 Bailon, Reuben Civilian South Vietnam, Qui Nhơn Merchant Marine seaman aboard the ship SS Express Baltimore, he and the second officer, Stephen O'Laughlin went ashore in Qui Nhơn and disappeared. In June 1973 remains later identified as those of Stephen O'Laughlin were recovered from a grave in Phú Yên Province[151] Missing[22]
December 29 Hill, Arthur S Lieutenant US Navy VF-92, USS Enterprise Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Mu Gia Pass Radar intercept officer on an F-4B #151412 that was hit by enemy fire[152] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]
December 29 Rawsthorne, Edgar A Commander US Navy VF-92, USS Enterprise Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Mu Gia Pass Pilot of F-4B #151412 that was hit by enemy fire[153] Killed in action, body not recovered[22]

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