List of United States servicemembers and civilians missing in action during the Vietnam War (1966–67)

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This article is a list of US MIAs of the Vietnam War in the period 1966–67. 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]

1966[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
January 1 Kirksey, Robert L Private First Class US Army 46th Engineer Battalion South Vietnam, Vũng Tàu Drowned while swimming[2] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 2 MacLaughlin, Donald C Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-76, USS Enterprise South Vietnam, Duc Pho District His A-4C #147704 hit the ground while making an attack in low cloud and fog, his body was later seen in the wreckage but could not be recovered due to enemy fire[4] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 7 Callanan, Richard J Captain USAF 774th Troop Carrier Squadron South Vietnam, Pleiku Pilot of C-130B #61-0972, shot down while delivering ammunition to An Khê[5] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 7 Greenley, Jon A 1st Lieutenant USAF 774th Troop Carrier Squadron South Vietnam Copilot of C-130B #61-0972, shot down while delivering ammunition to An Khe[6] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 11 Godfrey, Johnny H Captain USAF 1131st Special Activities Squadron South Vietnam, Sóc Trăng His A-1H was shot down on a strafing run, no ejection observed[7] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 16 Schoonover, Charles D Lieutenant Commander US Navy RVAH-9, USS Ranger South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of RA-5C #149312 which failed to catch the arrester wire while landing, he applied power, an engine exploded and the aircraft crashed into the sea[8] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 16 Hollingsworth, Hal T Ensign US Navy RVAH-9, USS Ranger (CV-61) South Vietnam, South China Sea Navigator on RA-5C #149312 which failed to catch the arrester wire while landing, the aircraft crashed into the sea[9] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 16 Neth, Fred A Lieutenant Commander US Navy VF-24, USS Hancock South Vietnam, South China Sea His F-8C crashed at sea[10] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 16 Wood, Don C Captain USAF 354th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Plain of Jars His F-105D #59–171 was shot down while conducting a bomb damage assessment mission[11] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 21 Egan, James T Captain USMC 3rd Battalion 12th Marines South Vietnam, Quảng Ngãi Province Missing in an ambush while acting as forward observer on a reconnaissance patrol[12] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 22 Forman, William S Captain US Navy VS-35, USS Hornet North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of S-2D which disappeared while on a night patrol, a liferaft and flight helmet were later found at sea[13] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 22 Frenyea, Edmund H Master Chief Aircraft Maintenanceman US Navy VS-35, USS Hornet (CV-12) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on an S-2D which disappeared while on a night patrol[14] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 22 Sennett, Robert R Senior Chief Aviation Machinist US Navy VS-35, USS Hornet (CV-12) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on an S-2D which disappeared while on a night patrol[15] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 22 Templin, Erwin B Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VS-35, USS Hornet (CV-12) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot on an S-2D which disappeared while on a night patrol[16] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 24 Booze, Delmar G 2nd Lieutenant USMC VMFA-314 South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Bombardier/navigator on an F-4B that disappeared south of Huế[17] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 24 Sprick, Doyle R Captain USMC VMFA-314 South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Pilot of an F-4B that disappeared south of Huế[18] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 24 Helber, Lawrence N 2nd Lieutenant USMC VMFA-314 South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Bombardier/navigator on an F-4B that disappeared south of Huế[19] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 24 Pitt, Albert Major USMC VMFA-314 South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Pilot of an F-4B that disappeared south of Huế[20] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 29 McPherson, Fred L Major USAF 602d Special Operations Squadron South Vietnam, Hậu Nghĩa Province His A-1E crashed[21] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 29 Badolati, Frank N Staff Sergeant US Army RT Roadrunner, Detachment B-52, 5th Special Forces Group Operation Masher South Vietnam, An Lao District Killed during a reconnaissance patrol[22] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 29 Hodgson, Cecil J Master Sergeant US Army RT Roadrunner, Detachment B-52, 5th Special Forces Group Operation Masher South Vietnam, An Lao District Killed during a reconnaissance patrol[23] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 29 Terry, Ronald T Staff Sergeant US Army RT Roadrunner, Detachment B-52, 5th Special Forces Group Operation Masher South Vietnam, An Lão District Killed during a reconnaissance patrol[24] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 1 Alm, Richard A Major USMC VMGR-152 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot on a KC-130F #149809 hit by ground fire while on a refueling mission near Hon Co Island[25] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 1 Coates, Donald L Staff Sergeant USMC VMGR-152 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on a KC-130F hit by ground fire while on a refueling mission near Hon Co Island[26] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 1 Humphrey, Galen F Gunnery Sergeant USMC VMGR-152 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Navigator on a KC-130F hit by ground fire while on a refueling mission near Hon Co Island[27] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 1 Luker, Russell B Staff Sergeant USMC VMGR-152 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on a KC-130F hit by ground fire while on a refueling mission near Hon Co Island[28] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 1 Prevost, Albert M 1st Lieutenant USMC VMGR-152 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of a KC-130F hit by ground fire while on a refueling mission near Hon Co Island[29] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 1 Vlahakos, Peter G Staff Sergeant USMC VMGR-152 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crew Chief on a KC-130F hit by ground fire while on a refueling mission near Hon Co Island[30] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 5 Asmussen, Glenn E Shipfitter First Class US Navy USS Navasota South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on an SH-3A #149926 that crashed at sea during a crew transfer to the USS Ranger (CV-61)[31] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 5 McConnaughhay, Dan D Shipfitter, Second Class US Navy USS Navasota (AO-106) South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on an SH-3A that crashed at sea during a crew transfer to the USS Ranger (CV-61)[32] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 5 Sparenberg, Bernard J Chief Shipfitter US Navy USS Navasota (AO-106) South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on an SH-3A that crashed at sea during a crew transfer to the USS Ranger (CV-61)[33] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 10 Hopps, Gary D Lieutenant US Navy VA-145, USS Ranger North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province His A-1H #137627 was hit by ground fire during a bombing run and crashed, no ejection observed[34] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 10 Hunter, Russell P Captain USAF 13th Bomb Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Ban Vangthon Pilot of a B-57B #52-1575 lost on a night strike mission on the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Search and rescue forces located the wreckage, but could find no sign of the crew[35] Presumptive finding of death[3]
February 10 Kiefel, Ernst P Captain USAF 13th Bomb Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Ban Vangthon Bombardier/navigator on a B-57B lost on a night strike mission on the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Search and rescue forces located the wreckage, but could find no sign of the crew[36] Presumptive finding of death[3]
February 14 Hills, John R Major USAF Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Saravane Province His A-1E was hit by ground fire and crashed into a mountain northeast of Chavane[37] Presumptive finding of death[3]
February 15 Mauterer, Oscar Major USAF 602d Special Operations Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Mụ Giạ Pass His A-1E #52-133885 was hit by ground fire, he ejected and his parachute was seen to deploy and a rescue operation commenced but was driven off due to strong ground fire[38] Presumptive finding of death[3]
February 18 Murray, Joseph V Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-85, USS Kitty Hawk Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of A-6A, #151797 which failed to pull up from a bombing run and hit the ground, no ejection observed[39] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 18 Schroeffel, Thomas A Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-85, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Bombardier/navigator on an A-6A which failed to pull up from a bombing run and hit the ground, no ejection observed[40] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 25 Causey, John B Captain USAF 41st Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of RB-66C #0457 which was hit by an SA-2 near Vinh and crashed at sea, all other crewmembers were rescued[41] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 26 Newton, Donald S Sergeant First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Tuy Hòa Disappeared on a long range reconnaissance patrol[42] Presumptive finding of death[3]
February 26 Wills, Francis D Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Tuy Hòa Disappeared on a long range reconnaissance patrol[43] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 1 Christensen, William M Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-143, USS Ranger Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Radar Intercept Officer on an F-4B that crashed at sea during low-level manoevuring[44] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 1 Frawley, William D Lieutenant US Navy VF-143, USS Ranger Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of an F-4B that crashed at sea during low-level manoevuring[45] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 1 Woloszyk, Donald J Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-55, USS Ranger Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Hà Tĩnh Province His A-4E became separated from his flight and he said he was joining another flight but was not seen again[46] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 2 Worst, Karl E Captain USAF 23d Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos His O-1E collided with an F-105 during a forward air control mission[47] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 4 Andrews, Stuart M Captain USAF 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron South Vietnam, Bình Định Province His O-1E was shot down on a visual reconnaissance mission. The remains of the passenger, 1st Lieutenant John F Conlon were identified in 2006[48] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 9 Collins, Willard M Captain USAF 4th Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Pilot of an AC-47D #44-76290 that was hit by ground fire and crashed[49] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 9 Foster, Robert E Staff Sergeant USAF 4th Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Crewman on an AC-47D that was hit by ground fire and crashed.[50] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 9 Peterson, Delbert R 1st Lieutenant USAF 4th Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Copilot of an AC-47D that was hit by ground fire and crashed. He was reported to be engaging the enemy while the other surviving crewmen were rescued by an HH-43[51] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 10 Taylor, James L Sergeant US Army Detachment 503, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Died from wounds received at the A Shau Special Forces Camp, his body was left behind during the evacuation[52] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 10 Xavier, Augusto M 1st Lieutenant USMC VMA-311 South Vietnam, A Shau Valley His A-4C #148518 was shot down while on a close air support mission near the A Shau Special Forces Camp[53] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 13 Davis, Gene E Staff Sergeant USAF 4th Air Commando Squadron Laos Crewman on an AC-47 Spooky 73 lost on a nighttime air support mission[54] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 13 Duvall, Dean A Sergeant USAF 4th Air Commando Squadron Laos Gunner on an AC-47 lost on a nighttime air support mission[55] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 13 Henninger, Howard W Captain USAF 4th Air Commando Squadron Laos Pilot of an AC-47 lost on a nighttime air support mission[56] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 13 Morgan, Edwin E Technical Sergeant USAF 4th Air Commando Squadron Laos Loadmaster on an AC-47 lost on a nighttime air support mission[57] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 13 Olson, Gerald E Captain USAF 4th Air Commando Squadron Laos Navigator on an AC-47 lost on a nighttime air support mission[58] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 13 Pasekoff, Robert E Captain USAF 4th Air Commando Squadron Laos Copilot on an AC-47 lost on a nighttime air support mission[59] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 13 Pauley, Marshall I Staff Sergeant USAF 4th Air Commando Squadron Laos Gunner on an AC-47 lost on a nighttime air support mission[60] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 13 Parker, Udon Specialist US Army 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry South Vietnam, Phú Yên Province Drowned while on patrol[61] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 14 Hilton, Robert L Airman First Class USAF 33d Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on an HU-16 hit by ground fire while on a rescue mission. The remains of another missing crewman Robert Pleiman were returned in 1988[62] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 14 Klute, Karl E Captain USAF 90th TacticalFighter Squadron South Vietnam His F-100D #3793 crashed on a close air support mission[63] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 15 Holmes, David H Captain USAF 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Savannakhet Province Hi O-1E #56-2530 was shot down on a forward air control mission and he was seen in the cockpit of his crashed aircraft. When SAR forces arrived the following day the cockpit was empty[64] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 15 Scott, Martin R Captain USAF HQ Squadron, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Dien Bien Phu Pilot of an F-4C shot down on an armed reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[65] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 15 Stewart, Peter J Lieutenant Colonel USAF HQ Squadron, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Dien Bien Phu Bombardier/navigator on an F-4C shot down on an armed reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[66] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 18 McPherson, Everett A 1st Lieutenant USMC VMCJ-1 Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Thanh Hóa Province Pilot of an EF-10B #127041 hit by an SA-2. The remains of Lt Brent Davis, the electronic warfare officer, were identified in 1997[67] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 20 Beach, Arthur J Captain USMC HMM-163 South Vietnam, Da Nang Copilot of a UH-34D #149351 which crashed on a night medevac mission. The wreckage and remains of the other 4 crewmembers were discovered at sea the following month[68] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 21 Compton, Frank R Lieutenant US Navy VA-94, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of an A-4C #148499 that crashed at sea[69] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 21 Tiderman, John M Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-94, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of an A-4C that crashed at sea[70] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 23 Tapp, John B Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-93, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4C crashed at sea during a night landing[71] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 1 Grayson, William R Commander US Navy VAH-4, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of an A-3B(T) that crashed after launch[72] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 1 Krech, Melvin T Petty Officer First Class US Navy VAH-4, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Navigator on an A-3B(T) that crashed after launch[73] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 3 Laws, Richard L Lieutenant US Navy VF-24, USS Hancock North Vietnam, Thanh Hóa Province His F-8 was hit by ground fire and crashed[74] Listed as killed in action, body not recovered[3] until January 2013 when his remains were identified[75]
April 5 Brown, James W Private USMC 1st Battalion 5th Marines South Vietnam, Biên Hòa Province Drowned while on patrol[76] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 6 Cook, Dennis P Lieutenant US Navy VA-212, USS Hancock Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4E ditched after launch and he did not exit the aircraft[77] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 6 Gates, James W Captain US Army 20th Aviation Detachment Laos, Saravane Province Pilot of an OV-1A #63-1377 shot down on a visual reconnaissance mission. Both crewmen ejected successfully and their last radio transmissions said they were surrounded by enemy troops[78] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 6 Lafayette, John W Captain US Army Operations Directorate (J-3), HQ, MACV Laos, Saravane Province Observer on an OV-1A #63-1377 shot down on a visual reconnaissance mission. Both crewmen ejected successfully and their last radio transmissions said they were surrounded by enemy troops[79] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 7 Barnett, Robert R Captain USAF 8th Bombardment Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of a B-57B #52-1530 lost on a daytime bombing mission[80] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 7 Walker, Thomas T Captain USAF 8th Bombardment Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Navigator of a B-57B lost on a daytime bombing mission[81] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 12 Conway, James B Captain US Army Detachment A253, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Missing after the reconnaissance patrol he was leading was ambushed[82] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 12 Glasson, William A Lieutenant Commander US Navy VAH-4, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) China, Leizhou Peninsula Pilot of a KA-3B shot down by the Chinese while flying from Naval Air Station Cubi Point to the USS Kitty Hawk in the Gulf of Tonkin. On 16 December 1975, the Chinese returned ashes they said were those of the fourth crew-member PRCS Kenneth Pugh[83] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 12 Harris, Rueben B ATCS US Navy VAH-4, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) China, Leizhou Peninsula Crewman on a KA-3B shot down by the Chinese while flying from Naval Air Station Cubi Point to the USS Kitty Hawk in the Gulf of Tonkin[84] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 12 Jordan, Larry M Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VAH-4, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) China, Leizhou Peninsula Copilot of a KA-3B shot down by the Chinese while flying from Naval Air Station Cubi Point to the USS Kitty Hawk in the Gulf of Tonkin[85] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 15 Zerbe, Michael R Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy HC-1 Detachment Charlie, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of UH-2B #150162 that crashed at sea[86] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 17 Tromp, William L Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-115, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) North Vietnam, Vinh His A-1H crashed on a night armed reconnaissance mission[87] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 21 Austin, Ellis E Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-85, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Bombardier/navigator on an A-6A that crashed on a bombing run[88] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 21 Keller, Jack E Commander US Navy VA-85, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of an A-6A that crashed on a bombing run[89] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 22 Nickerson, William B Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-85, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Vinh Bombardier/navigator on an A-6A that crashed into the sea following a bombing run, no ejection observed[90] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 22 Weimorts, Robert F Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-85, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Vinh Pilot of an A-6A that crashed into the sea following a bombing run, no ejection observed[91] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 24 Cooper, William E Lieutenant Colonel USAF 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam His F-105D was hit by an SA-2 and the cockpit section broke off and was seen falling towards the ground, no ejection was observed[92] Presumptive finding of death[3] until 22 December 2014 when he was accounted for[93]
April 26 Anderson, Warren L Captain USAF 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of an RF-4C lost on a night photo-reconnaissance mission[94] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 26 Tucker, James H 1st Lieutenant USAF 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thinder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Copilot of an RF-4C lost on a night photo-reconnaissance mission[95] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 29 Brown, Thomas E Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VFA-211, USS Hancock (CV-19) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Cat Ba Island His F-8E #150867 hit a rock outcrop while attacking a vessel, no ejection observed[96] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 29 Bruch, Donald W 1st Lieutenant USAF 333rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam His F-105D #62-4304 was hit by ground fire, entered a steep dive and crashed, no ejection observed[97] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 29 Mullen, William F Captain USMC MWHS-1 Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Ban Karai Pass His A-4E #151057 was lost on an attack mission[98] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 2 Wood, Walter S Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-55, USS Ranger (CV-61) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4E #15103 crashed at sea, he ejected successfully but drowned before SAR forces could arrive[99] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 4 Malone, Jimmy M Private US Army 1st Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Believed to have been captured by Vietcong while collecting mail from another platoon's position[100] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 5 Dawes, John J Sergeant First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam Passenger on a CH-47 that crashed at sea on a medevac flight, all other passengers and crew escaped.[101] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 9 Dexter, Bennie L Airman USAF 633rd Combat Support Group South Vietnam, Darlac province Believed to have been captured by Vietcong while driving a Jeep from Pleiku to Buôn Ma Thuột city, the abandoned Jeep was found 2 days later[102] Died in captivity, remains not returned[3]
May 11 Feneley, Francis J Captain USAF 333rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-105D was hit by ground fire and crashed at sea, no ejection observed[103] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 11 Villeponteaux, James H 1st Lieutenant USMC VMA-311 Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Saravane His A-4E #151995 collided with another aircraft from his squadron and crashed on a night bombing mission[104] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 14 King, Donald L Captain USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of an F-4C #64-0760 hit by enemy fire on a night bombing mission[105] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 14 Ralston, Frank D 1st Lieutenant USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Bombardier/navigator of an F-4C hit by enemy fire on a night bombing mission[106] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 15 Balcom, Ralph C Captain USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province His F-105D #61-0174 disappeared following a bombing mission near Đồng Hới[107] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 17 Deere, Donald T Specialist US Army Detachment A-302, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam His MIKE Force patrol was ambushed near the Cambodian border, he was shot several times and his body was unable to be retrieved[108] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 18 Guillet, Andre R Airman First Class USAF 606th Air Commando Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos Observer on an O-1E shot down on a visual reconnaissance mission over the Ho Chi Minh Trail[109] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 18 Harley, Lee D Captain USAF Detachment 3, 505th Tactical Control Group Operation Steel Tiger Laos Pilot of an O-1E shot down on a visual reconnaissance mission over the Ho Chi Minh Trail[110] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 18 Moore, William J Staff Sergeant USAF 310th Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, Bình Định Province Crewman on a C-123B shot down on a night flareship mission east of Pleiku[111] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 18 Wall, Jerry M Airman First Class USAF 310th Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, Bình Định Province Crewman on a C-123B shot down on a night flareship mission east of Pleiku[112] Killed in action, body not recovered.[3] On 30 August 2012 the DPMO announced that his remains had been identified[113]
May 21 Buckley, Louis Sergeant US Army 1st Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, An Khe His mortar platoon was ambushed and overrun while awaiting helicopter pickup and he was seen to be wounded by survivors of the platoon[114] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 21 Thackerson, Walter A Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 14th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam His platoon was amushed on a search and destroy mission, the platoon withdrew and he was found to be missing, the platoon returned to the ambush site but was unable to recover his body due to enemy fire[115] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 25 Glandon, Gary A 1st Lieutenant USAF 391st Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Bình Định Province Weapons Systems Officer on an F-4C #64-0722 that was seen to burst into flames and explode in middair, no ejection observed[116] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 26 Griffey, Terrence H 1st Lieutenant USAF 391st Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Bình Định Province Pilot of an F-4C #64-0722 that was seen to burst into flames and explode in middair, no ejection observed[117] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 31 Alberton, Bobby J Staff Sergeant USAF 61st Troop Carrier Squadron Operation Carolina Moon North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Navigator on a C-130E #64-0511 shot down while dropping a mine on the Song Ma river. An empty liferaft and aircraft wreckage were later seen by SAR forces. The remains of 3 of the crew were returned in 1986, and 2 other crewmen in 1998[118] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 31 Edmondson, William R 1st Lieutenant USAF 61st Troop Carrier Squadron Operation Carolina Moon North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Navigator on a C-130E #64-0511 shot down while dropping a mine on the Song Ma river[119] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 31 McDonald, Emmett R Captain USAF 61st Troop Carrier Squadron Operation Carolina Moon North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Navigator on a C-130E #64-0511 shot down while dropping a mine on the Song Ma river[120] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 31 Herrold, Ned R 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Carolina Moon North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of an F-4C #63-7664 shot down while flying a diversionary mission for the mine-laying mission. Aircraft crashed at sea, no ejection observed[121] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 31 Ragland, Dayton W Lieutenant Colonel USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Carolina Moon North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Aircraft commander of an F-4C #63-7664 shot down while flying a diversionary mission for the mine-laying mission. Aircraft crashed at sea, no ejection observed[122] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 31 Steen, Martin W Captain USAF 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Yên Bái Province His F-105D was hit by enemy fire and he ejected. Search and rescue forces later located his empty parachute in a tree.[123] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 2 Rosato, Joseph F Captain USAF 558th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province His F-4C #0744 was hit by enemy fire but he filed to eject from the aircraft.[124] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 9 Bush, Robert I Captain USAF 602nd Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of A-1E #52-133899[125] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 9 Shorack, Theodore J Major USAF 602nd Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình province Pilot of A-1E #52-133899[126] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 12 Harris, Gregory J Corporal USMC 3rd Battalion 11th Marines South Vietnam, Quảng Ngãi Province Radioman assigned to the 5th Battalion, Republic of Vietnam Marine Division, missing in an ambush while on a search and destroy mission[127] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 13 Burkart, Charles W Captain USAF 13th Bomb Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Pilot of a B-57 lost on a nighttime bombing mission[128] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 13 Kerr, Everett O Captain USAF 13th Bomb Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Navigator on a B-57 lost on a nighttime bombing mission[129] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 13 Gierak, George G Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VAP-61, USS Hancock (CV-19) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Hà Tĩnh Province Copilot of an RA-3B shot down on a nighttime photo-reconnaissance mission[130] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 13 Glanville, John T Lieutenant Commander US Navy VAP-61, USS Hancock (CV-19) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Hà Tĩnh Province Pilot of an RA-3B shot down on a nighttime photo-reconnaissance mission[131] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 13 Lambton, Bennie R Chief Petty Officer US Navy VAP-61, USS Hancock (CV-19) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Hà Tĩnh Province Photo-intelligenceman on an RA-3B shot down on a nighttime photo-reconnaissance mission[132] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 17 Adams, Oley N Staff Sergeant USAF 12th Armament Electronic Maintenance Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on a C-130E #63-7785 that exploded in middair shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh Air Base. USS Fortify (AM-446) arrived at the wreckage field shortly after the crash and recovered the bodies of two crewmen[133] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 17 Cairns, Robert A Staff Sergeant USAF 51st Field Maintenance Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on a C-130E that exploded in middair shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh Air Base[134] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 17 Cobbs, Ralph B Lieutenant Commander US Navy VR-7 South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of a C-130E that exploded in middair shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh Air Base[135] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 17 Collette, Curtis D Aviation Machinist, 2nd Class US Navy VR-7 South Vietnam, South China Sea Flight mechanic on a C-130E that exploded in middair shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh Air Base[136] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 17 Dempsey, Jack I Yeoman, 2nd Class US Navy VR-7 South Vietnam, South China Sea Radio operator on a C-130E that exploded in middair shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh Air Base[137] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 17 Freng, Stanley J Aviation Machinist 2nd Class US Navy VR-7 South Vietnam, South China Sea Flight Mechanic on a C-130E that exploded in middair shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh Air Base[138] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 17 Gravitte, Connie M Captain USAF 391st Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on a C-130E that exploded in middair shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh Air Base[139] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 17 Hess, Gene K Staff Sergeant USAF 51st Field Maintenance Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on a C-130E that exploded in middair shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh Air Base[140] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 17 Romig, Edward L Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VR-7 South Vietnam, South China Sea Navigator on a C-130E that exploded in middair shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh Air Base[141] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 17 Savoy, M J Airman US Navy VR-7 South Vietnam, South China Sea Crewman on a C-130E that exploded in middair shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh Air Base[142] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 17 Siegwarth, Donald E Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VR-7 South Vietnam, South China Sea Co-pilot of a C-130E that exploded in middair shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh Air Base[143] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 17 Washburn, Larry E Airman USAF 51st Field Maintenance Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on a C-130E that exploded in middair shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh Air Base[144] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 20 McDonough, John R Lieutenant US Navy VAW-13, USS Hancock (CV-19) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His EA-1F ditched shortly after a night launch[145] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 20 Tunnell, John W Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-145, USS Ranger (CV-61) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H crashed at sea[146] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 22 Smith, Warren P Captain USAF 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province His O-1F was shot down on a forward air control mission[147] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 23 Belknap, Harry J Ensign US Navy VF-151, USS Constellation Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Radar Intercept Officer on F-4B #152324 that crashed at sea during a night carrier landing[148] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 23 Nyman, Lawrence F Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-151, USS Constellation (CV-64) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4B #152324 that crashed at sea during a night carrier landing[149] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 24 Ellis, William Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Pleiku Province His Company was covering the withdrawal of a reconnaissance platoon and he disappeared during the evacuation[150] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 25 Marik, Charles W Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-65, USS Constellation (CV-64) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Bombardier/navigator on an A-6A #151816 shot down near Vinh, both crewmen ejected successfully over water, but SAR forces were unable to locate him[151] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 28 Cavalli, Anthony F 1st Lieutenant USAF 603rd Air Commando Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Ban Karai Pass Navigator on A-26A #44-17650 lost on a night attack mission[152] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 28 Dudley, Charles G Captain USAF 603rd Air Commando Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Ban Karai Pass Pilot of A-26A #44-17650 lost on a night attack mission[153] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 28 Wolfe, Thomas H Captain USAF 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos Observer on A-26A #44-17650 lost on a night attack mission[154] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 3 Gage, Robert H Corporal USMC 1st Anti-Tank Battalion, 1st Marine Division South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Disappeared from Thanh Thuy Village[155] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 6 Hestle, Roosevelt Major USAF Detachment 1, 388th Tactical Fighter Wing Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of F-105F hit by ground fire and crashed, no ejection observed. The remanisn of the other crewman, Captain Charles E Morgan were returned in 1989[156] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 7 Pharris, William V Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 14th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Phu Cat Shot and killed while on a search and destroy mission, his body was left behind due to enemy activity and when the area was reoccuppied his body had disappeared[157] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 8 Longanecker, Ronald L Lance Corporal USMC 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Passenger on CH-46A #151947 hit by enemy fire and crashed, he was unable to escape the burning aircraft[158] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 14 Kipina, Marshall F Private First Class US Army 131st Aviation Company, 14th Aviation Battalion Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Attapeu Province Observer on an OV-1C aircraft #61-2675 lost on a night surveillance mission[159] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 14 Nopp, Robert G Captain US Army 131st Aviation Company, 14th Aviation Battalion Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Attapeu Province Pilot of OV-1C aircraft #61-2675 lost on a night surveillance mission[160] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 19 Winters, Darryl G Airman First Class USAF Detachment 2, 600th Photo Squadron South Vietnam, Long An Province Air Force photographer on F-100F #58-1217 that was hit by ground fire and crashed[161] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 20 Dillon, David A Specialist US Army 68th Assault Helicopter Company, 145th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Long An Province Crew chief on a UH-1B hit by ground fire and crashed on an air assault mission. The remains of the other 3 crewmembers were recovered[162] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 20 Nobert, Craig R 1st Lieutenant USAF 41st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Electronic warfare officer on an EB-66C hit by enemy fire, 2 crewmen ejected successfully and were captured[163] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 21 Tiffin, Rainford Captain USAF 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Yên Bái Province His F-105D #62-4227 was hit by enemy fire[164] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 22 Wells, Robert J Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 14th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam Drowned while on patrol[165] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 23 Smith, William W Captain USAF 505th Tactical Air Control Group Operation Hastings South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province His O-1E collided with a UH-34D and crashed while on a forward air control mission[166] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 29 Bossio, Galileo F Major USAF 388th Combat Support Group Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of RC-47D #43-48388 shot down while on an electronic intelligence mission. The remains of the other 5 crewmen were returned.[167] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 29 Di Tommasso, Robert J 1st Lieutenant USAF 388th Combat Support Group Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Intelligence officer on RC-47D ~43-48388 shot down while on an electronic intelligence mission[168] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 29 Hoskinson, Robert E Captain USAF 6200th Combat Support Group Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Copilot of RC-47D #43-48388 shot down while on an electronic intelligence mission[169] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 29 Laws, Delmer L Staff Sergeant US Army CCN, MACV-SOG, 5th Special Forces Group Laos, Savannakhet Province Disappeared after his reconnaissance patrol was ambushed[170] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 7 Fryer, Charles W Lieutenant US Navy VA-152, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H crashed at sea[171] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 7 Moran, Richard A Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-15, USS Intrepid Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4B #145040 crashed at sea[172] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 11 Allinson, David J Captain USAF 354th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Yên Bái Province His F-105D was hit by ground fire and he ejected successfully, but he did not contact SAR forces[173] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 14 Eaton, Curtis A Major USAF 357th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Thái Nguyên province His F-105 #59-1763 was hit by ground fire and he radioed that he was ejecting, no ejection observed[174] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 17 Kemp, Freddie Private US Army 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Pleiku Province Drowned on patrol[175] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 18 Rykoskey, Edward J Lance Corporal USMC 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province His long-range reconnaissance patrol was ambushed while awaiting extraction, he was shot and unable to be recovered[176] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 20 Milikin, Richard M 1st Lieutenant USAF 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Đồng Hới Pilot of an RF-4C hit by ground fire on a night mission[177] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 21 Johnson, James R Private First Class US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Pleiku Province Drowned while on patrol[178] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 28 Babula, Robert L Private First Class USMC 3rd Battalion 1st Marines South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Member of a 4 man fire team that disappeared while moving to a night ambush position. The remains of 1 Marine, PFC Robert C Borton were returned in 1993[179] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 28 Bodenschatz, John E Private First Class USMC 3rd Battalion 1st Marines South Vietnam Member of a 4 man fire team that disappeared while moving to a night ambush position[180] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 28 Carter, Dennis R Corporal USMC 3rd Battalion 1st Marines South Vietnam Leader of a 4 man fire team that disappeared while moving to a night ambush position[181] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 28 Bullard, William H Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-164, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4E crashed into the sea after launch[182] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 1 Nichols, Hubert C Major USAF 602nd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province His A-1E Sandy was hit by ground fire while on an SAR mission, no ejection observed[183] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 6 Bundy, Norman L Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VFP-62, USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His RF-8A #144624 crashed at sea[184] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 9 Fischer, John R Captain USMC VMA-224 South Vietnam His A-4E #150020 crashed[185] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 10 Tatum, Lawrence B Major USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron North Vietnam His A-1E #52-132675 was shot down, he ejected and landed within the DMZ but a rescue could not be attempted due to heavy enemy fire[186] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 14 Stoddard, Clarence W Commander US Navy VA-25, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H #139756 was hit by a SAM and he crashed at sea[187] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 16 Robertson, John L Major USAF 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of F-4C hit by ground fire. The weapons systems operator 1LT Hubert E Buchanan ejected successfully and was captured[188] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 19 Brown, Frank M Lieutenant US Navy VF-151, USS Constellation (CV-64) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4B #152315 that crashed into the sea following a night launch[189] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 19 Henry, David A Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-151, USS Constellation (CV-64) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Radar intercept officer on F-4B #152315 that crashed into the sea following a night launch[190] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 19 Parsons, Don B Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-154, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Thanh Hóa Province Pilot of an F-4B #152985 hit by a SAM on a night armed reconnaissance mission[191] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 19 Pilkington, Thomas H Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-154, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Thanh Hóa Province Radar intercept office on an F-4B #152985 hit by a SAM on a night armed reconnaissance mission[192] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 20 Bloom, Richard M 1st Lieutenant USMC VMA-224 South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province His A-4E #150054 was hit by ground fire[193] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 21 Bauder, James R Lieutenant Commander US Navy VF-21, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of an F-4B #152973 lost on a night armed reconnaissance mission[194] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 21 Mills, James B Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-21, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Radar intercept officer on an F-4B #152973 lost on a night armed reconnaissance mission[195] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 22 Knochel, Charles A Lieutenant US Navy VA-176, USS Intrepid (CV-11) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H was hit by enemy fire and he ejected over the water, he apparently lost consciousness and drowned before SAR forces could arrive[196] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 24 Tice, Paul D Lance Corporal USMC 2nd Battalion 7th Marines South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Killed by artillery fire[197] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 24 Whittle, Junior L Specialist US Army 630th Ordnance Company South Vietnam, Tuy Hòa Drowned while swimming[198] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 25 Bossman, Peter R Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class US Navy HMM-265 South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Corpsman on a UH-34D #148776 of HMM-161 that was hit in mid-air by a friendly artillery shell on a night medevac mission. The UH-34 crashed and burned and rescue forces were only able to recover 2 bodies from the wreckage[199] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 25 Ducat, Phillip A Captain USMC HMM-161 South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Pilot of UH-34D #148776 that was hit in mid-air by a friendly artillery shell on a night medevac mission[200] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 25 Reiter, Dean W 1st Lieutenant USMC HMM-161 South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Copliot of UH-34D #148776 that was hit in mid-air by a friendly artillery shell on a night medevac mission[201] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 25 Cushman, Clifton E Captain USAF 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Lạng Sơn Province His F-105D was hit by ground fire and broke up, he apparently ejected but no contact was made with SAR forces[202] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 26 Mosburg, Henry L Captain US Army 114th Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Vĩnh Bình province Pilot of a UH-1B #64-13935 hit by enemy fire and crashed into the Son Co Chien river. The remains of the gunner SP4 Marvin F Phillips were returned in 2010[203] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 27 Spilman, Dyke A 1st Lieutenant USAF 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Weapons systems

operator on an RF-4C lost on a night photo-reconnaissance mission[204]||Presumptive finding of death[3]

September 27 Stine, Joseph M Major USAF 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of an RF-4C lost on a night photo-reconnaissance mission[205] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 28 Taylor, Danny G Staff Sergeant US Army FOB-1, CCN, MACV-SOG South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Shot and killed during an ambush while on a reconnaissance patrol, his body was left behind due to strong enemy fire[206] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 29 Brasher, Jimmy M 1st Lieutenant US Army 131st Aviation Company North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of an OV-1C #64-14266 hit by a SAM on a night reconnaissance mission[207] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 29 Pittman, Robert E Private First Class US Army 131st Aviation Company North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Observer on OV-1C #64-14266 hit by a SAM on a night reconnaissance mission[208] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 3 Echevarria, Raymond L Sergeant First Class US Army RT Arizona, MACV-SOG Operation Shining Brass Laos, Savannakhet Province Missing after his patrol was engaged by enemy forces and the patrol members chose to escape and evade the enemy[209] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 3 Jones, James E Sergeant First Class US Army RT Arizona, MACV-SOG Operation Shining Brass Laos, Savannakhet Province Missing after his patrol was engaged by enemy forces and the patrol members chose to escape and evade the enemy[210] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 3 Williams, Eddie L Sergeant First Class US Army RT Arizona, MACV-SOG Operation Shining Brass Laos, Savannakhet Province Missing after his patrol was engaged by enemy forces and the patrol members chose to escape and evade the enemy[211] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 5 Beene, James A Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-152, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H #137610 disappeared in cloud and an oil slick was later seen in the water[212] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 7 Gilchrist, Robert M 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Ba Đồn Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 7 Pabst, Eugene M 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Ba Đồn Weapons systems operator on RF-4C #63-7486 hit by enemy fire on a night reconnaissance mission[214] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 7 Knight, Larry D 1st Lieutenant USAF 12th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea Weapons systems operator on RF-4C #65-0885 that disappeared on a night photo-reconnaissance mission[215] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 7 Treece, James A Captain USAF 12th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of RF-4C #65-0885 that disappeared on a night photo-reconnaissance mission[216] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 10 Confer, Michael S Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-23, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Red River Delta His A-4F #151150 failed to pull up from a strafing run and crashed into the water on a night armed reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[217] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 13 Borden, Murray L 1st Lieutenant USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of an F-4C #64-0654 that hit the ground on a bombing run during a night interdiction mission. The remains of the weapons systems operator 1LT Eugene T Meadows were identified in 1994[218] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 14 Thomas, Darwin J Ensign US Navy VA-152, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Nghệ An Province His A-1H #139731 hit the ground during an attack run on a night armed reconnaissance mission[219] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 18 Adams, Steven H Airman First Class USAF 37th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron (37th ARRS) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pararescueman on HU-16 #51-7145 lost in poor weather on an afternoon search and rescue patrol[220] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 18 Angstadt, Ralph H Major USAF 37th ARRS Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of HU-16 #51-7145 lost in poor weather on an afternoon search and rescue patrol[221] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 18 Clark, Lawrence Staff Sergeant USAF 37th ARRS Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Radio operator on HU-16 #51-7145 lost in poor weather on an afternoon search and rescue patrol[222] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 18 Hill, Robert L Technical Sergeant USAF 37th ARRS Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Flight mechanic on HU-16 #51-7145 lost in poor weather on an afternoon search and rescue patrol[223] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 18 Long, John H 1st Lieutenant USAF 37th ARRS Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Co-pilot of HU-16 #51-7145 lost in poor weather on an afternoon search and rescue patrol[224] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 18 Rackley, Inzar W Captain USAF 37th ARRS Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Navigator on HU-16 #51-7145 lost in poor weather on an afternoon search and rescue patrol[225] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 18 Shoneck, John R Staff Sergeant USAF 38th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Flight mechanic on HU-16 #51-7145 lost in poor weather on an afternoon search and rescue patrol[226] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 19 Burke, Michael J Lance Corporal USMC 1st Battalion 4th Marines South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Disappeared while swimming in the Cua Viet River[227] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 19 Lewandowski, Leonard J Private First Class USMC 1st Battalion 4th Marines South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Disappeared while swimming in the Cua Viet River[228] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 19 Mishuk, Richard E Private First Class USMC 1st Battalion 4th Marines South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Disappeared while swimming in the Cua Viet River[229] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 21 Earll, David J Captain USAF 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam His F-105D exploded while on an attack run, no ejection observed[230] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 22 Harris, Harold L Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 5th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Bình Định Province Drowned while on patrol[231] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 22 McBride, Earl P Lieutenant Commander US Navy VF-161, USS Constellation (CV-64) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4B #151009 that crashed at sea[232] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 25 Green, Robert B Staff Sergeant USAF 432nd Field Maintenance Squadron Laos Passenger on a Royal Lao Air Force C-47 RLAF # 0398 that crashed[233] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 25 Levan, Alvin L Seaman 3rd Class US Navy Coastal Division 13, Task Force 115 South Vietnam, South China Sea Gunner's mate on PCF-87, he suffered a seizure, fell overboard and drowned offshore Bình Định Province[234] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 26 Morrison, Glenn R Captain USAF 614th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Tây Ninh Province His F-100D #3167 crashed[235] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 27 Johnson, Dale A Major USAF 355th Tactical Fighter Wing Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Khe His F-105D was making a bombing run when it burst into flames and broke up, no ejection observed[236] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 1 Weaver, George R Petty Officer Second Class US Navy Mine Squadron 11, Task Force 116 South Vietnam, Ngha Be Engineman on MSB-54, he was below deck when it hit a mine and sank[237] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 2 Kline, Robert E Major USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Yên Bái Province His F-105D #60-0469 was hit by ground fire and crashed[238] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 4 Hunt, William B Staff Sergeant US Army Detachment A-302, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Tây Ninh Province Platoon leader of a MIKE Force that was ambushed, he was mortally wounded and stayed behind while the rest of his unit moved to an evacuation zone[239] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 4 Scungio, Vincent A Captain USAF 13th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Bac Ha District Co-pilot of an F-105F #63-8273 shot down on a Wild Weasel mission. In 1989 the remains of the pilot Major Robert E Brinckmann were returned.[240] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 10 Carter, William T Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VS-21, USS Kearsarge North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Co-pilot of S-2E lost on a night surveillance flight[241] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 10 McAteer, Thomas J Lieutenant US Navy VS-21, USS Kearsarge (CV-33) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of S-2E lost on a night surveillance flight[242] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 10 Riordan, John M Aviation Structural Mechanic, 3rd Class US Navy VS-21, USS Kearsarge (CV-33) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Anti-submarine warfare technician on an S-2E lost on a night surveillance flight[243] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 10 Schoderer, Eric J Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician 3rd Class US Navy VS-21, USS Kearsarge (CV-33) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Anti-submarine warfare technician on an S-2E lost on a night surveillance flight[244] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 10 O'Brien, John L Captain USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron Laos His A-1E was shot down[245] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 12 Frosio, Robert C Commander US Navy VA-12, USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4E #155048 collided with another A-4E and crashed on a night landing approach[246] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 12 Jones, James G Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-12, USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4E #150051 collided with another A-4E and crashed on a night landing approach[247] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 15 Keiper, John C Corporal USMC Helicopter Attack Maintenance Squadron 16 South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Passenger on a US Army U-6A #54-1723 that disappeared in bad weather on a flight from Đông Hà to Da Nang[248] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 15 Ravenna, Harry M Captain US Army 138th Aviation Company, 224th Aviation Regiment (United States) South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Pilot of U-6A #54-1723 that disappeared in bad weather on a flight from Dong Ha to Da Nang[249] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 15 Timmons, Bruce A Radioman 3rd Class US Navy PCF Division 102, TF-115 South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Crewman on PCF-77 which capsized and sank during a storm[250] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 16 Piittmann, Alan D Airman USAF 5th Air Commando Squadron Laos, Savannakhet Province Passenger on an A-1G hit by enemy fire on a flight from Nha Trang to Udorn Air Base in Thailand. The pilot and copilot both ejected and were later rescued and reported that Pittman had successfully escaped from the plane[251] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 18 Arnold, William T Lieutenant US Navy VA-22, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4C #148496 disappeared in overcast weather while making an attack run[252] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 19 Johnstone, James M Captain US Army 131st Aviation Company Laos, Attapeu Province Observer on an OV-1A #13115 that hit the ground on a low-level reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[253] Killed in action, body not recovered.[3] On 6 September 2012 the DPMO announced that his remains had been identified[113]
November 19 Whited, James L Major US Army 20th Aviation Detachment Laos, Attapeu Province Pilot of OV-1A #13115 that hit the ground on a low-level reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[254] Killed in action, body not recovered.[3] On 5 September 2012 the DPMO announced that his remains had been identified[113]
November 25 Gardner, Glenn V Private US Army 4th Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, South China Sea Jumped overboard from the USNS General Daniel I. Sultan while en route to South Vietnam[255] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 25 Niehouse, Daniel L Civilian South Vietnam, Long Khánh Province Captured by Vietcong while driving by jeep from Saigon to Dalat. Last seen alive in January 1967[256] Died in captivity, remains not returned[3]
November 28 Hoeffs, John H Specialist US Army 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Phú Yên Province Drowned while swimming[257] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 2 Bott, Russell P Staff Sergeant US Army RT Viper, Detachment B-52 Delta, 5th Special Forces Group Laos Member of a 6-man long range reconnaissance patrol ambushed by enemy forces. After a 2 day running battle the group was overrun.[258] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 2 Stark, Willie E Sergeant First Class US Army RT Viper, Detachment B-52 Delta, 5th Special Forces Group Laos Leader of a 6-man long range reconnaissance patrol ambushed by enemy forces. After a 2 day running battle the group was overrun[259] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 2 Dyer, Irby Sergeant US Army Detachment B-52 Delta, 5th Special Forces Group Laos Medic aboard UH-1D #65-10088 shot down while trying to recover the remains of Recon Team Viper[260] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 2 Sulander, Daniel A Warrant Officer US Army 281st Assault Helicopter Company Laos Pilot of UH-1D #65-10088 shot down while trying to recover the remains of Recon Team Viper[261] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 2 Nystrom, Bruce A Commander US Navy VA-172, USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Red River Delta His A-4C #145143 was believed to have been hit by a SAM while on a night armed reconnaissance mission[262] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 7 Carlson, John W Captain USAF 10th Fighter Commando Squadron, 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing South Vietnam, Lai Khe His F-5C #65-10520 was hit by ground fire and crashed into the ground, no ejection observed[263] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 11 Alfred, Gerald O Lieutenant USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Weapons Systems Operator on an F-4C hit by enemy fire on an F4C on a night armed reconnaissance mission. The aircraft ditched near the USS Keppler (DD-765) and the crew were able to rescue the pilot Captain Jerry Woodcock[264] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 14 Brigham, Albert Lance Corporal USMC 2nd Battalion 1st Marines South Vietnam Drowned while investigating an ambush of Vietcong[265] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 14 Holman, Gerald A Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VAW-12, USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on E-1B that suffered an engine failure and ditched, 2 crewmembers were rescued[266] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 14 Koenig, Edwin L Lieutenant Commander US Navy VAW-12, USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of E-1B that suffered an engine failure and ditched, 2 crewmembers were rescued[267] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 14 Mowrey, Richard L Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VAW-12, USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of E-1B that suffered an engine failure and ditched, 2 crewmembers were rescued[268] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 20 Lum, David A 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of F-4C #0698 that entered an uncontrollable spin and crashed while on a ferry flight from Clark Air Base to Ubon Royal Thai Air Force Base[269] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 23 Kerns, Arthur W Private US Army 2nd Battalion, 14th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Gia Định Province Disappeared/AWOL near Saigon[270] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 23 Reeves, John H Lance Corporal USMC 1st Battalion, 1st Marines South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Drowned[271] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]

1967[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
January 1 Bullock, Larry A Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 5th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Bình Định Province Drowned while swimming[272] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 10 Gauley, James P Captain USAF 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Plain of Jars His F-105D was hit by enemy fire[273] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 10 Stoves, Merritt Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Bình Dương Province Drowned while on patrol[274] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 12 Kemp, Clayton C Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician 3rd Class US Navy HS-8, USS Bennington (CV-20) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on SH-3A #149909 that crashed at sea on a night patrol[275] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 12 Reinecke, Wayne C Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician 3rd Class US Navy HS-8, USS Bennington (CV-20) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on SH-3A #149909 that crashed at sea on a night patrol[276] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 14 Canup, Franklin H Electrician 2nd Class US Navy Mine Squadron 11 South Vietnam, Gia Định Province Crewman on MSB-14 that was rammed and sunk by a merchant ship at night[277] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 16 Welch, Robert J Captain USAF 11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of RF-4C #65-0883 shot down on a photo-reconnaissance mission. The weapons system operator 1LT Michael Scott Kerr ejected successfully and was captured[278] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 17 Krogman, Alva R 1st Lieutenant USAF 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province His O-1F #57-2789 was shot down on a FAC mission[279] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 17 Wozniak, Frederick J 1st Lieutenant USAF 11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Thanh Hóa Province Weapons system operator on RF-4C #65-0888 shot down on a photo-reconnaissance mission[280] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 17 Wright, Gary G Major USAF 11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Thanh Hóa Province Pilot of RF-4C #65-0888 shot down on a photo-reconnaissance mission[281] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 18 Madsen, Marlow E Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy Attack Squadron 52, USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H #139748 overshot the flight deck while landing, stalled and crashed into the sea[282] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 19 Ashby, Donald R Lieutenant Commander US Navy VF-114, USS Kitty Hawk South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of F-4B #153029 that crashed at sea after launch[283] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 19 Ehrlich, Dennis M Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-114, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) South Vietnam, South China Sea Radar intercept officer on F-4B #153029 that crashed at sea after launch[284] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 24 Simpson, Max C Private First Class US Army 155th Transportation Company South Vietnam, Cam Ranh Bay Drowned while swimming[285] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 21 Hogan, Jerry F Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy Attack Squadron 112, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Sơn La province His A-4C #145144 crashed while on a bombing run during an armed reconnaissance mission[286] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 25 Wallace, Arnold B Private US Army 2nd Battalion, 47th Infantry Division South Vietnam, South China Sea Jumped overboard from the USS General John Pope while en route to South Vietnam[287] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 28 Thornton, William D Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 3rd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Long An Province Drowned while on patrol[288] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 31 Barden, Howard L Captain USAF 12th Air Commando Squadron Operation Ranch Hand Laos, Savannakhet Province Navigator on UC-123B #54-0611 hit by enemy fire and crashed inverted on a low-level defoliation mission[289] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 31 Kubley, Roy R Captain USAF 12th Air Commando Squadron Operation Ranch Hand Laos, Savannakhet Province Copliot of UC-123B #54-0611 hit by enemy fire on a low-level defoliation mission[290] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 31 Miyazaki, Ronald K Airman First Class USAF 12th Air Commando Squadron Operation Ranch Hand Laos, Savannakhet Province Flight mechanic on UC-123B #54-0611 hit by enemy fire on a low-level defoliation mission[291] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 31 Mulhauser, Harvey Captain USAF 12th Air Commando Squadron Operation Ranch Hand Laos, Savannakhet Province Navigator on UC-123B #54-0611 hit by enemy fire on a low-level defoliation mission[292] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 31 Walker, Lloyd F Major USAF 12th Air Commando Squadron Operation Ranch Hand Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of UC-123B #54-0611 hit by enemy fire on a low-level defoliation mission[293] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 3 Johnson, August D Seaman US Navy PBR-113, River Division 52 Operation Game Warden South Vietnam, Mỹ Tho Jumped overboard from his Patrol Boat, River to escape a Viecong grenade and drowned[294] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 6 Heiskell, Lucius L Captain USAF 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger North Vietnam, Mu Gia Pass His O-1F was shot down while on a 2 aircraft FAC mission and he successfully parachuted from his aircraft. He was rescued by HH-3E #65-12779, callsign Jolly Green 05 which was then hit by enemy fire and crashed in flames into a karst peak[295] Presumptive finding of death[3]
February 6 Hall, Donald J Staff Sergeant USAF Detachment 5, 38th ARRS North Vietnam, Mu Gia Pass Flight mechanic on HH-3E #65-12779, callsign Jolly Green 05 which was hit by enemy fire and crashed in flames into a karst peak, the pararescueman A2C Dwayne Hackney was blown from the helicopter and rescued by SAR forces[296] Presumptive finding of death[3]
February 6 Kibbey, Richard A Captain USAF Detachment 5, 38th ARRS North Vietnam, Mu Gia Pass Copilot of HH-3E #65-12779, callsign Jolly Green 05 which was hit by enemy fire and crashed in flames into a karst peak[297] Presumptive finding of death[3]
February 6 Wood, Patrick H Major USAF Detachment 5, 38th ARRS North Vietnam, Mu Gia Pass Pilot of HH-3E #65-12779, callsign Jolly Green 05 which was hit by enemy fire and crashed in flames into a karst peak[298] Presumptive finding of death[3]
February 12 Carlson, Paul V Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-96, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Radar intercept officer on F-4B #152219 that crashed at sea during intercept training[299] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 12 Sullivan, Martin J Lieutenant Commander US Navy VF-96, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4B #152219 that crashed at sea during intercept training[300] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 12 Weissmueller, Courtney E Major USAF 306th Tactical Fighter Squadron Laos His F-100D was shot down[301] Presumptive finding of death[3]
February 14 Marvin, Robert C Lieutenant US Navy VA-115, USS Hancock (CV-19) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H had engine failure shortly after takeoff and crashed at sea[302] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 21 Borja, Domingo R Sergeant First Class US Army MACV-SOG Laos, Saravane Province Shot and killed while on patrol, his body was left behind due to strong enemy presence[303] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 21 Wright, Arthur Specialist US Army 1st Battalion, 44th Artillery Regiment South Vietnam, Đông Hà Disappeared at night while checking perimeter wire[304] Presumptive finding of death[3]
February 25 Hart, Joseph L Lieutenant Colonel USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron Laos Aircraft crash[305] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 27 Alwan, Harold J Major USMC VMA-121 South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province His A-4E #152051 disappeared on a test flight[306] Presumptive finding of death[3]
February 27 Huie, Litchfield P Lieutenant US Navy HC-1, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of UH-2B that crashed shortly after takeoff[307] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 27 Letchworth, Edward N Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy HC-1, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of UH-2B that crashed shortly after takeoff[308] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 27 Sause, Bernard J Airman US Navy HC-1, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on UH-2B that crashed shortly after takeoff[309] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 27 Zempel, Ronald L Airman US Navy HC-1, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Aircrew Survival Equipmentman on UH-2B that crashed shortly after takeoff[310] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 28 Moore, James R Corporal USMC A Company, 9th Engineer Battalion South Vietnam, Da Nang Disappeared from his base near Da Nang[311] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 6 Carpenter, Howard B Sergeant US Army Detachment B-50, MACV-SOG Laos, Saravane Province Shot and killed during an ambush while on a long range patrol, his body was left behind due to strong enemy presence[312] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 6 Small, Burt C Sergeant US Army Detachment A-108, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Quảng Ngãi Province Wounded and disappeared when his CIDG patrol was ambushed. SAR forces were unable to locate his body the following day[313] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 7 Miller, Robert L Lieutenant US Navy VF-191, USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-8E #150350 crashed at sea following a bombing mission[314] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 8 Crain, Carroll O Lieutenant Commander US Navy VAH-4, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of RA-3B that disappeared on a night reconnaissance mission[315] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 8 Galvin, Ronald E Seaman Apprentice US Navy VAH-4, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Aviation electronics technician on RA-3B that disappeared on a night reconnaissance mission[316] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 8 Pawlish, George F Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VAH-4, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of RA-3B that disappeared on a night reconnaissance mission[317] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 12 Adrian, Joseph D 1st Lieutenant USAF 308th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea His F-100 #55-3611 disappeared offshore from Phú Yên Province on a night combat mission[318] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 13 Harris, Paul W Private First Class USMC HMM-163 South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Crew chief on UH-34D #150574 hit by enemy fire while extracting a reconnaissance team, crashed and burned. The copilot 2LT Robert Swete survived and the pilot Maj Peter Samaras later died from burns[319] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 13 Terwilliger, Virgil B Lance Corporal USMC HMM-163 South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Gunner on UH-34D #150574 hit by enemy fire, crashed and burned[320] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 15 Smith, Dean Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-24, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-8C #147027 crashed at sea offshore Nghệ An Province[321] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 17 Goeden, Gene W Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-115, USS Hancock (CV-19) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H #135225 crashed at sea[322] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 19 Austin, Joseph C Lieutenant Colonel USAF 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Ban Karai Pass His F-105D crashed into ground on a bombing run, no ejection observed[323] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 21 Charvet, Paul C Lieutenant US Navy VA-215, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) Operation Sea Dragon North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H #137516 crashed in bad weather near Hon Me Island[324] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 24 Ellison, John C Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-85, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Bắc Giang Province Pilot of A-6A #151587 shot down on a strike mission. The remains of the bombardier/navigator LT (LTJG) James Plowman were recovered in 1996 and identified in September 2006[325] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 24 Hallberg, Roger C Staff Sergeant US Army Detachment A-302, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Bù Đốp District Advisor/platoon leader for a MIKE Force that was ambushed while on patrol, he was wounded and last seen providing covering fire as the unit was evacuated[326] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 24 Stewart, Jack T Captain US Army Detachment A-302, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Bù Đốp District Advisor to a Strike Force Company that was ambushed while on patrol, he was wounded and last seen providing covering fire as the unit was evacuated[327] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 25 Hise, James H Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-53, USS Hancock (CV-19) South Vietnam, South China Sea His F-8E crashed at sea on a non-combat mission[328] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 1 Govan, Robert A Major USAF 606th Air Commando Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of a T-28D hit by enemy fire and crashed on a night armed reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[329] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 1 Williams, David R Major USAF 606th Air Commando Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Instructor-pilot of a T-28D hit by enemy fire and crashed on a night armed reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[330] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 1 Jourdenais, George H Major USAF 557th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Pilot of F-4C #64-8746 that crashed during a bombing run[331] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 1 Stanley, Robert W 1st Lieutenant USAF 557th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Weapons system operator on F-4C #64-8746 that crashed during a bombing run[332] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 4 Martin, David E Ensign US Navy VF-92, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Radar intercept officer on F-4B #152984, that crashed following a mid-air collision[333] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 4 Szeyller, Edward P Lieutenant US Navy VF-92, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4B #152984, that crashed following a mid-air collision[334] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 5 Parker, Thomas A Hospital Corpsman 1st Class US Navy MABS-36, MAG-36 South Vietnam, Quảng Ngãi Province Corpsman on a UH-1E medevac helicopter, hit by enemy fire and crashed[335] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 9 Schworer, Ronald P Specialist US Army 4th Battalion, 47th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kien Phong Province Drowned while on patrol[336] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 10 O'Grady, John F Major USAF 357th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Mu Gia Pass His F-105D #62-4357 was hiot by enemy fire on a bombing run, he ejected successfully but no contact was made with SAR forces[337] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 17 Carlton, James E Captain USMC VMA-242 Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Nghệ An Province Bombardier/navigator on A-6A shot down on a night bombing mission[338] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 17 McGarvey, James M Major USMC VMA-242 Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Nghệ An Province Pilot of A-6A shot down on a night bombing mission[339] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 21 Hamilton, Roger D Lance Corporal USMC 2nd Battalion 1st Marines South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Wounded during an assault on a Vietcong held village, he disappeared when the Vietcong counter-attacked[340] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 21 Hasenbeck, Paul A Private First Class US Army 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Quảng Ngãi Province Disappeared while on river patrol in a sampan[341] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 21 Mangino, Thomas A Specialist US Army 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Quảng Ngãi Province Disappeared while on river patrol in a sampan[342] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 21 Nidds, Daniel R Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 82nd Artillery Regiment South Vietnam, Quảng Ngãi Province Disappeared while on river patrol in a sampan[343] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 21 Winters, David M Private First Class US Army 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Quảng Ngãi Province Disappeared while on river patrol in a sampan[344] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 24 Austin, Charles D 1st Lieutenant USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Hanoi Bombardier/navigator on F-4C #63-7641 hit by enemy fire and exploded, no ejection observed[345] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 24 Knapp, Herman L Major USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of F-4C #63-7641 hit by enemy fire and exploded, no ejection observed[346] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 26 Estocin, Michael J Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-192, USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam His A-4E #151073 was hit by a SAM while on a Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses mission, no ejection observed[347] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 27 Benton, James A Lance Corporal USMC A Company, 3rd Engineer Battalion South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on UH-34D #14871 of HMM-263 that crashed at sea on takeoff from the USS Point Defiance[348] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 27 Castro, Reinaldo A Sergeant USMC A Company, 3rd Engineer Battalion South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on UH-34D #14871 that crashed at sea on takeoff from the USS Point Defiance (LSD-31)[349] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 27 Dallas, Richard H Lance Corporal USMC HMM-263 South Vietnam, South China Sea Crewman on UH-34D #14871 that crashed at sea on takeoff from the USS Point Defiance (LSD-31)[350] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 27 Dyer, Blenn C Lance Corporal USMC H&S Company, 1st Battalion 3rd Marines South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on UH-34D #14871 that crashed at sea on takeoff from the USS Point Defiance (LSD-31)[351] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 27 Osborne, Samuel W Private First Class USMC A Company, 3rd Engineer Battalion South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on UH-34D #14871 that crashed at sea on takeoff from the USS Point Defiance (LSD-31)[352] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 27 Pennington, Ronald K Lance Corporal USMC A Company, 3rd Engineer Battalion South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on UH-34D #14871 that crashed at sea on takeoff from the USS Point Defiance (LSD-31)[353] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 30 McPhee, Randy N Private First Class USMC 3rd Battalion 3rd Marines Battle of Hill 881S South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Killed by grenades, his body could be recovered due to enemy fire[354] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 1 Bailey, John H Sergeant USMC 3rd Battalion 5th Marines South Vietnam, South China Sea Wounded during Operation Union, medevac passenger on CH-46A #150268 of HMM-165 that crashed at sea en route to the USS Sanctuary[355] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 1 Corfield, Stan L Staff Sergeant USMC HMM-165 South Vietnam, South China Sea Gunner on CH-46A #150268 that crashed at sea en route to the USS Sanctuary (AH-17)[356] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 1 Gaughan, Roger C Corporal USMC 3rd Battalion 5th Marines South Vietnam, South China Sea Wounded during Operation Union, medevac passenger on CH-46A #150268 that crashed at sea en route to the USS Sanctuary (AH-17)[357] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 1 Guajardo, Hilario H Private First Class USMC 1st Battalion 5th Marines South Vietnam, South China Sea Wounded during Operation Union,medevac passenger on CH-46A #150268 that crashed at sea en route to the USS Sanctuary (AH-17)[358] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 1 Smith, Carl A Lance Corporal USMC B Company, 1st Shore Party Battalion South Vietnam, South China Sea Wounded during Operation Union,medevac passenger on CH-46A #150268 that crashed at sea en route to the USS Sanctuary (AH-17)[359] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 1 Soulier, Duwayne Private First Class USMC HQ Company, 7th Communication Battalion South Vietnam, South China Sea Wounded during Operation Union, medevac passenger on CH-46A #150268 that crashed at sea en route to the USS Sanctuary (AH-17)[360] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 3 Moore, Ralph E Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam Triggered a large land mine while on patrol, no recoverable remains[361] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 4 Rogers, Charles E Major USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Attapeu Province His A-1E #52-132638 was shot down while making a bombing run, no ejection observed[362] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 8 Steimer, Thomas J Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-114, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Radar intercept officer on F-4B #152997 that suffered engine failure on launch, both crewmen ejected successfully but he drowned before SAR forces could arrive[363] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 9 Todd, Robert J Private USMC 2nd Battalion 3rd Marines The Hill Fights South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Killed during an engagement with an NVA force, his body was left behind as his unit withdrew[364] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 12 Ashlock, Carlos Sergeant USMC 1st Battalion 5th Marines Operation Union South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Wounded during a Vietcong attack, he disappeared when his unit withdrew at dusk[365] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 12 Grenzebach, Earl W Major USAF 357th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam His F-105D #59-1728 was hit by enemy fire, he ejected but did not make contacted with SAR forces[366] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 12 Pitman, Peter P Captain USAF 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of F-105F lost on a night interdiction mission[367] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 12 Stewart, Robert A Major USAF 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Electronic warfare officer on F-105F lost on a night interdiction mission[368] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 15 Hill, Charles D Seaman Apprentice US Navy USS Saint Paul South Vietnam, South China Sea Lost overboard[369] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 17 Lewis, Charlie G Sergeant First Class US Army D Company, 16th Armor, 173rd Airborne Brigade South Vietnam Passenger in an M113 armored personnel carrier that hit a mine and caught fire, no recoverable remains[370] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 18 Delong, Joe L Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment Cambodia, Ratanakiri Province Captured after his platoon was overrun in a Vietcong ambush, other POWS report that he was shot while trying to escape on 6 November 1967[371] Died in captivity, remains not returned[3]
May 19 Knight, Roy A Major USAF 602nd Air Commando Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Houaphanh Province His A-1E was hit by enemy fire on an SAR mission, no ejection observed[372] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 19 Patterson, James K Lieutenant US Navy VA-35, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Hải Dương Province Bombardier/navigator on A-6A #152594 shot down on a night bombing mission, he ejected successfully but broke his leg on landing. He made contact with SAR forces and remained in contact for several days[373] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 20 Keefe, Douglas O Private First Class USMC 3rd Battalion 9th Marines Operation Hickory South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Killed in an encounter with a Company size NVA force[374] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 20 Maddox, Notley G Major USAF 20th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Hanoi Pilot of RF-101 #56-0120 shot down on a bomb damage assessment mission[375] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 21 Simpson, Walter S Staff Sergeant US Army 3rd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Long Khánh province His armored vehicle was on convoy escort when it was hit by Vietcong recoilless rifle fire and the vehicle caught fire. No recoverable remains[376] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 21 Wrobleski, Walter F Warrant Officer US Army 281st Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Pilot on UH-1C gunship #65-09480 hit by enemy fire, crashed and burned. The other 3 crewmen were rescued[377] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 22 Backus, Kenneth F 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Kép Weapons system operator on F-4C #63-7692 hit by enemy fire and crashed. The remains of the pilot Capt Elton L Perrine were identified in May 2010[378] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 23 Homuth, Richard W Lieutenant US Navy HS-2, USS Hornet North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of SH-3A #148985 lost on an SAR mission[379] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 23 Pettis, Thomas E Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy HS-2, USS Hornet (CV-12) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of SH-3A #148985 lost on an SAR mission[380] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 23 Schmittou, Eureka L Aircrew Survival Equipmentman 1st Class US Navy HS-2, USS Hornet (CV-12) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on SH-3A #148985 lost on an SAR mission[381] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 23 Soucy, Ronald P Aviation Machinist 1st Class US Navy HS-2, USS Hornet (CV-12) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on SH-3A #148985 lost on an SAR mission[382] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 25 Graves, Richard C Ensign US Navy VA-215, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H was shot down while on a coastal armed reconnasissance mission, no ejection observed[383] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 29 Garner, John H Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class US Navy H&S Company, 1st Battalion 1st Marines South Vietnam Passenger on a PBR returning from patrol, the PBR was hit by enemy fire and overturned and he is believed to have drowned[384] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 2 Wood, Rex S Lieutenant Commander US Navy VF-24, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-8C #147031 crashed at sea on a non-combat flight[385] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 3 Kearns, Joseph T Captain USAF 13th Bomb Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Navigator on B-57B #53-3862 lost on a night armed reconnaissance mission[386] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 3 Springston, Theodore Major USAF 13th Bomb Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of B-57B #53-3862 lost on a night armed reconnaissance mission[387] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 5 Ibanez, Di Reyes Sergeant USMC Company A, 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion Operation Crockett South Vietnam, Khe Sanh Disappeared at night while on a reconnaissance patrol north of Khe Sanh[388] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 7 Owens, Joy L Major USAF 11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Pilot of RF-4C lost on a night photo-reconnaissance mission[389] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 7 Sale, Harold R 1st Lieutenant USAF 11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Navigator on RF-4C lost on a night photo-reconnaissance mission[390] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 8 Myers, David G 1st Lieutenant USMC VMO-3 Hill Fights South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Aircraft commander of UH-1E, killed by enemy AAA fire, the helicopter crashed and his body was unable to be recovered due to strong enemy presence[391] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 10 Platt, Robert L Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Quảng Ngãi Province Wounded when his patrol was ambushed he was left behind when his unit withdrew[392] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 11 Dexter, Ronald J Sergeant First Class US Army FOB-1, CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Saravane Province Member of a Hatchet Force inserted to attack road traffic. The unit was ambushed and was being extracted by CH-46 #150955 when the helicopter was shot down and crashed. He was last seen wounded in the wreckage and was reported to have been captured but died of his wounds on 29 July 1967[393] Died in captivity, remains not returned[3]
June 11 Beecher, Quentin R Warrant Officer US Army B Company, 227th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on UH-1D #63-12958 lost at night in bad weather offshore of Bình Định Province[394] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 11 Clinton, Dean E Warrant Officer US Army C Company, 227th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, South China Sea Co-pilot of UH-1D #63-12958 lost at night in bad weather offshore of Bình Định Province[395] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 11 Nelson, James R Specialist 5 US Army C Company, 227th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, South China Sea Crew chief on UH-1D #63-12958 lost at night in bad weather offshore of Bình Định Province[396] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 11 Riggs, Thomas F Chief Warrant Officer US Army C Company, 227th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of UH-1D #63-12958 lost at night in bad weather offshore of Bình Định Province[397] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 11 Uhlmansiek, Ralph E Specialist US Army C Company, 227th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, South China Sea Gunner on UH-1D #63-12958 lost at night in bad weather offshore of Bình Định Province[398] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 11 Bohlscheid, Curtis R 1st Lieutenant USMC HMM-265 South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Pilot of CH-46A #150270 shot down from a height of 4–600 ft while inserting a 7 man Marine Reconnaissance team in the DMZ. SAR forces were unable to approach the wreckage due to strong enemy presence. The remains of passengers PFC James E Widener were identified in 2006 and CPL Jim E Moshier were identified in 2007.[399] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 11 Chomel, Charles D Private First Class USMC 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Passenger on CH-46A #150270[400] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 11 Christie, Dennis R Lance Corporal USMC 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Passenger on CH-46A #150270[401] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 11 Foley, John J Lance Corporal USMC 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Passenger on CH-46A #150270[402] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 11 Gonzalez, Jose J Lance Corporal USMC HMM-265 South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Gunner on CH-46A #150270[403] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 11 Hanratty, Thomas M Private First Class USMC HMM-265 South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Crew chief on CH-46A #150270[404] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 11 Havranek, Michael W Lance Corporal USMC 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Passenger on CH-46A #150270[405] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 11 Kooi, James W Lance Corporal USMC 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Passenger on CH-46A #150270[406] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 11 Oldham, John S Major USMC HMM-265 South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Copilot of CH-46A #150270[407] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 11 Klemm, Donald M Major USAF 389th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of F-4C #63-7706 that collided with F-4C #64-0786. The remains of the copilot 1LT Robert H Pearson were identified in 1988[408] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 15 Swanson, John W Captain USAF 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-105D was hit by AAA fire on a bombing mission near Dong Khe, he headed out to see where he ejected successfully but disappeared before SAR forces could arrive[409] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 18 Guillory, Edward J Sergeant First Class US Army 3rd Battalion 16th Artillery Regiment South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Passenger on an OH-23 that disappeared while on an artillery spotting mission[410] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 18 Lemmons, William E Lieutenant US Army HHC, 196th Infantry Brigade (United States) South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Pilot of an OH-23 that disappeared while on an artillery spotting mission[411] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 18 McKittrick, James C Major US Army 3rd Battalion 16th Field Artillery Regiment (United States) South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Passenger on an OH-23 that disappeared while on an artillery spotting mission[412] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 30 Allen, Merlin R Lance Corporal USMC A Company, 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Passenger on CH-46A #152515 hit by enemy fire, exploded and crashed[413] Listed as killed in action, body not recovered[3] until February 2013 when his remains were identified[75]
June 30 House, John A Captain USMC HMM-265 South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Pilot of CH-46A #152515 hit by enemy fire, exploded and crashed[414] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 30 Killen, John D Lance Corporal USMC A Company, 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Passenger on CH-46A #152515 hit by enemy fire, exploded and crashed[415] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 30 Judd, Michael B Petty Officer Third Class US Navy A Company, 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Passenger on CH-46A #152515 hit by enemy fire, exploded and crashed[416] Listed as killed in action, body not recovered[3] until February 2013 when his remains were identified[75]
June 30 Runnels, Glyn L Corporal USMC A Company, 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Passenger on CH-46A #152515 hit by enemy fire, exploded and crashed[417] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 30 Howard, Luther H Specialist US Army 2nd Battalion, 35th Field Artillery Regiment South Vietnam, Long An Province Drowned while swimming[418] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 2 Wilson, Wayne V Sergeant USMC 1st Battalion 9th Marines Operation Buffalo (1967) South Vietnam, Con Thien Disappeared when his unit was ambushed[419] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 3 Seymour, Leo E Staff Sergeant US Army RT Texas, MACV-SOG Laos, Attapeu Province Team leader disappeared following an engagement with enemy forces[420] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 7 Avolese, Paul A Major USAF 2d Bombardment Squadron Operation Arc Light South Vietnam, South China Sea Navigator on B-52D #56-0627 which collided in middair with another B-52D #56-0595 offshore of Vĩnh Bình Province while en route to a target. Both aircraft crashed at sea.[421] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 7 Bittenbender, David F Captain USAF 2d Bombardment Squadron Operation Arc Light South Vietnam, South China Sea Electronic warfare officer on B-52D #56-0627 which collided in middair with B-52D #56-0595 offshore of Vĩnh Bình Province[422] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 7 Crumm, William J Major General USAF Commander, 3d Air Division Operation Arc Light South Vietnam, South China Sea Observer on B-52D #56-0627 which collided in middair with B-52D #56-0595 offshore of Vĩnh Bình Province[423] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 7 McLaughlin, Olen B Master Sergeant USAF 736th Bombardment Squadron Operation Arc Light South Vietnam, South China Sea Tail gunner on B-52D Tail #56-0595 that collided in middair with B-52D #56-0627 offshore of Vĩnh Bình Province[424] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 7 Tritt, James F Machinist 2nd Class US Navy USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Lost overboard[425] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 12 Almendariz, Samuel Sergeant First Class US Army FOB-1, CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Savannakhet Province Team leader mortally wounded when his reconnaissance team was ambushed and left behind as the team dispersed[426] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 12 Sullivan, Robert J Sergeant First Class US Army FOB-1, CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Savannakhet Province Assistant team leader mortally wounded when his reconnaissance team was ambushed and left behind as the team dispersed[427] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 12 Van Bendegom, James L Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Pleiku Province Wounded during a patrol and captured when his position was overrun, he later died from his wounds at an NVA hospital in Cambodia[428] Listed as died in captivity, remains not returned[3] until 17 October 2014 when his remains were identified[429]
July 15 Cassell, Robin B Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy Attack Squadron 152, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-1H was hit by enemy fire while attacking vessels and crashed into the sea[430] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 25 Jarvis, Jeremy M 1st Lieutenant USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Weapons system operator on F-4C shot down and crashed at sea offshore of Quảng Bình Province[431] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 25 Lunsford, Herbert L Major USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4C shot down and crashed at sea offshore of Quảng Bình Province[432] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 26 Brazik, Richard A 1st Lieutenant USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Weapons system operator on F-4C #64‑0848 that crashed after a premature ordnance explosion while on a night armed reconnaissance mission[433] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 26 Claflin, Richard A Captain USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of F-4C #64‑0848 that crashed after a premature ordnance explosion while on a night armed reconnaissance mission[434] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 27 Bare, William O 1st Lieutenant USAF 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Weapons system operator on RF-4C #64‑1042 shot down on a photo-reconnaissance mission[435] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 27 Corbitt, Gilland W Major USAF 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of RF-4C #64‑1042 shot down on a photo-reconnaissance mission[436] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 27 Hardie, Charles D Aviation Electrician 2nd Class US Navy VAH-4, USS Oriskany (CV-34) South Vietnam, South China Sea Crewman on KA-3H that suffered mechanical failure, all crewmen escaped the plane successfully but he disappeared before he could be rescued[437] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 27 Patterson, Bruce M Ensign US Navy VAH-4, USS Oriskany (CV-34) South Vietnam Crewman on KA-3H that suffered mechanical failure, all crewmen escaped the plane successfully but he disappeared before he could be rescued[438] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 29 Bennefield, Steven H Private First Class USMC 2nd Battalion 9th Marines Operation Kingfisher South Vietnam, Con Thien Shot and wounded during an engagement with NVA forces, he was left behind as his unit withdrew[439] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
July 29 Johnson, Richard H Private First Class USMC 2nd Battalion 9th Marines Operation Kingfisher South Vietnam, Con Thien Disappeared during an engagement with NVA forces[440] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 1 Prewitt, William R Private First Class USMC CAP-6, HQ Battalion, 3rd Marine Division South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Shot and killed during an engagement with NVA forces when he and two others were separated from their patrol[441] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 2 Hynds, Wallace G Colonel USAF HQ Squadron, 432nd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of RF-4C that crashed on a two aircraft daytime photo-reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed. In 1998 the remains of the weapons system operator, Captain Carey Cunningham were identified[442] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 6 Kemmerer, Donald R Captain USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Weapons system operator of F-4C #64-0752 hit by enemy fire and crashed offshore Quảng Bình Province, no ejection observed[443] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 6 Page, Albert L Captain USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4C #64-0752 hit by enemy fire and crashed offshore Quảng Bình Province, no ejection observed[444] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 11 Berube, Kenneth A 1st Lieutenant USMC VMA-211 South Vietnam, Chu Lai His A-4E #151088 was hit by enemy fire and crashed[445] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 17 Dion, Laurent N Commander US Navy RVAH-12, USS Constellation (CV-64) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of RA-5C #149302 that crashed at sea on a coastal reconnaissance mission[446] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 17 Hom, Charles D Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy RVAH-12, USS Constellation (CV-64) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Radar intercept officer on RA-5C #149302 that crashed at sea on a coastal reconnaissance mission[447] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 21 Eby, Robert G Civilian South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on a C-47 that crashed off the coast[448] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 21 Scott, Dain V Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-196, USS Constellation (CV-64) Operation Rolling Thunder China Bombardier/navigator on A-6A #152627 last seen being pursued by Migs towards the Chinese border. In 2005 the remains of the pilot LCDR Forrest Trembley were identified.[449] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 22 Kerr, John C Major USAF 606th Air Commando Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Plain of Jars Pilot of A-26A that disappeared on an armed reconnaissance mission. The remains of the navigator Capt Burke Morgan were identified in 2006.[450] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 23 Lane, Charles 1st Lieutenant USAF 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Thái Nguyên province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66-0247 shot down by a VNAF Mig-21 on a daytime strike mission. The pilot Captain Larry Carrigan ejected successfully and was captured[451] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 23 Midnight, Francis B 1st Lieutenant USAF 435th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of F-4D 66-7517 hit by enemy fire and crashed. The weapons system operator 1LT A.M. Silva ejected successfully and was rescued[452] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 24 Allard, Richard M Specialist US Army 119th Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Crew chief on UH-1C #66-12526 that crashed into a river due to a downdraft[453] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 24 Goff, Kenneth B 1st Lieutenant US Army 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Passenger on UH-1C #66-12526 that crashed into a river[454] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 24 Holtzman, Ronald L Specialist US Army 119th Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Door gunner on UH-1C #66-12526 that crashed into a river[455] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 24 Schell, Richard J Captain US Army HHC, 4th Infantry Division South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Passenger on UH-1C #66-12526 that crashed into a river[456] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 25 Boisclaire, Ronald A Aviation Machinist 2nd Class US Navy VAP-62 Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin RA-3B #144835 that disappeared on a night reconnaissance mission[457] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 25 Jacobs, Edward J Commander US Navy VAP-62 Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of RA-3B #144835 that disappeared on a night reconnaissance mission[458] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 28 Zavocky, James J Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VAP-62 Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Copilot of RA-3B #144835 that disappeared on a night reconnaissance mission[459] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 26 Fuller, William O Captain USAF 558th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of F-4C #64-0692 hit by enemy fire[460] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 26 Kilcullen, Thomas M 1st Lieutenant USAF 558th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Weapons system operator on F-4C #64-0692 hit by enemy fire[461] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 27 Bacik, Vladimir H Major USMC VMA-533 Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of A-6A #152639 that disappeared while on a night strike mission offshore Quảng Ninh Province[462] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 27 Boggs, Paschal G Captain USMC VMA-533 Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Bombardier/naviagtor of A-6A #152639 that disappeared while on a night strike mission offshore Quảng Ninh Province[463] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 28 Wallace, Charles F Major USMC VMA-121 Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province His A-4E #150038 was shot down north of the DMZ[464] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 29 Newburn, Larry S Private First Class US Army 4th Battalion, 39th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Biên Hòa Province Drowned while on patrol[465] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 1 Johnson, Robert D Lieutenant Commander US Navy HAL-3 South Vietnam, Vĩnh Long Province Pilot of UH-1H #63-8570 that crashed into the Bassac River after takeoff from the USS Garrett County[466] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 1 Ott, Edward L Aviation Machinist 1st Class US Navy HAL-3 South Vietnam, Vĩnh Long Province Crewman on UH-1H #63-8570 that crashed into the Bassac River after takeoff from the USS Garrett County (LST-786)[467] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 2 Bennett, William G Major USAF 333rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province His F-105D crashed into the ground on a strafing run, no ejection observed[468] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 3 Moore, Herbert W Captain USAF 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province His F-105D #61-0078 was hit by enemy fire and he ejected successfully but failed to make contact with SAR forces[469] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 5 Downing, Donald W Captain USAF 557th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Weapons system operator on F-4C #63-7547 shot down on a bombing mission[470] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 5 Raymond, Paul D 1st Lieutenant USAF 557th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of F-4C #63-7547 shot down on a bombing mission[471] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 5 Hanson, Thomas P 1st Lieutenant USAF 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Weapons system operator on F-4C #65-0723 that failed to pull out of a rocket run[472] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 5 Miller, Carl D Major USAF 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of F-4C #65-0723 that failed to pull out of a rocket run[473] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 5 Laporte, Michael L Hospital Corpsman, 2nd Class US Navy 1st Force Reconnaissance Company South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Hospital corpsman in a 9-man reconnaissance team being inserted by parachute into Happy Valley, his parachute was blown away from the group and he disappeared[474] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 5 Prather, Martin W Private First Class USMC 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Shot and killed while ambushing a Vietcong unit, his body was left behind when his team evacuated[475] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 11 Anspach, Robert A Sergeant First Class US Army Detachment A-401, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Đồng Tháp Province Killed when the airboat he was riding on was hit by enemy machine gun fire while patrolling near the Cambodian border[476] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 12 Hawthorne, Richard W Major USMC VMCJ-1 South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Pilot of RF-4B #153104[477] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 12 Kane, Richard R Captain USMC VMCJ-1 South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Weapons system operator on RF-4B #153104[478] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 17 Grubb, Peter A 1st Lieutenant USAF 12th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Weapons system operator on RF-4C #64-1037 that disappeared on a night photo reconnaissance mission[479] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 17 Nellans, William L Captain USAF 12th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of RF-4C #64-1037 that disappeared on a night photo reconnaissance mission[480] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 26 Huddleston, Lynn R 1st Lieutenant US Army 74th Aviation Company South Vietnam, Tây Ninh Province Pilot of O-1D that disappeared on a daytime visual reconnasiisance mission along the Cambodian border[481] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 26 Geist, Stephen J Staff Sergeant US Army Detachment A-332, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam Observer on an O-1D that disappeared on a daytime visual reconnasiisance mission along the Cambodian border[482] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 26 Moe, Harold J 1st Lieutenant USMC Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 13 South Vietnam, Chu Lai Passenger on F-4B #148422 hit by ground fire[483] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 28 Graham, Gilbert J Seaman US Navy PBR-100, TF116 Operation Game Warden South Vietnam, Vĩnh Long Crewman on PBR-100 hit by enemy rockets while on river patrol, the boat caught fire and exploded. No recoverable remains[484] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 28 Musetti, Joseph T Engineman 2nd Class US Navy PBR-100, TF-116 Operation Game Warden South Vietnam, Vĩnh Long Crewman on PBR-100 hit by enemy rockets while on river patrol, the boat caught fire and exploded. No recoverable remains[485] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 2 Ott, Patrick L 1st Lieutenant USMC VMFA-235 South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province His F-8E #150912 crashed into a mountain[486] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 3 King, Ronald R Major USAF 333rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam His F-105D #59-01824 caught fire, he ejected successfully over water but drowned after becoming entangled in his parachute[487] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 4 Lillund, William A Captain USAF 13th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Vĩnh Phúc Province Weapons system operator on F-105F that disappeared on a Wild Weasel mission[488] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 4 McDaniel, Morris L Major USAF 13th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam,Vĩnh Phúc Province Pilot of F-105F that disappeared on a Wild Weasel mission[489] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 6 Armstrong, Frank A Major USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Attapeu Province His A-1E #52-132663 was hit by enemy fire and crashed inverted, no ejection observed[490] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 8 Guerra, Raul A Journalist 3rd Class US Navy VAW-111, USS Oriskany (CV-34) South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Passenger on E-1B #148132 that crashed into a mountain near Da Nang. In 2007 the remains of the other 4 crewmen were identified[491] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 12 Derrickson, Thomas G Captain USAF 557th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of F-4C that crashed while attacking targets during an armed reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[492] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 12 Hardy, John K 1st Lieutenant USAF 557th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Weapons system operator on F-4C that crashed while attacking targets during an armed reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[493] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 14 Vaughan, Robert R Lieutenant Commander US Navy VAP-61 Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of RA-3B hit by enemy fire while on a coastal reconnaissance mission, he flew out to sea and the other two crewmen bailed out successfully and were rescued[494] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 16 Appelhans, Richard D Captain USAF 12th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Salavan Province Pilot of RF-4C #65-0855 that disappeared on a night reconnaissance mission[495] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 16 Clarke, George W Captain USAF 12th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Salavan Province Weapons system operator on RF-4C #65-0855 that disappeared on a night reconnaissance mission[496] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 17 Cadwell, Anthony B Private US Army 188th Maintenance Battalion South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Drowned while swimming[497] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 17 Fitzgerald, Paul L Specialist US Army 2nd Battalion, 28th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Bình Long Province Rifleman on a search and destroy mission disappeared when his unit withdrew after engaging enemy forces[498] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 17 Hargrove, Olin Privated First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 28th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Bình Long Province Rifleman on a search and destroy mission, wounded and disappeared when his unit withdrew after engaging enemy forces[499] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 18 Ogden, Howard Lance Corporal USMC 2nd Battalion 7th Marines South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Mortally wounded and left behind as his unit assisted in extracting a reconnaissance team[500] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 21 Hemmel, Clarence J Captain USAF 612th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea His F-100 #56-2965 was hit by enemy fire on a close air support mission and crashed at sea east of Tam Ky[501] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 22 Dooley, James E Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-163, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4E #150116 was hit by a SAM and crashed at sea offshore of Haiphong, no ejection observed[502] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 24 Clark, Richard C Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-151, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Phuc Yen Radar intercept officer on F-4B #150421 hit by a SAM, both crewmen ejected successfully, the pilot Commander Charles R. Gillespie was captured[503] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 25 Krommenhoek, Jeffrey M Lieutenant US Navy VA-163, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Haiphong His A-4E #150086 was hit by enemy fire, no ejection observed[504] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 2 Knapp, Frederic W Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-164, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Nghệ An Province His A-4E #151985 was hit by enemy fire on an armed reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[505] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 3 Grauert, Hans H Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VAH-8, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of KA-3B that crashed into the sea after a night launch[506] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 3 Krusi, Peter H Lieutenant Commander US Navy VAH-8, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of KA-3B that crashed into the sea after a night launch[507] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 8 Adams, John R Specialist 5 US Army 189th Assault Helicopter Company Laos, Attapeu Province Crew chief on UH-1C #66-00695 that crash landed, the crew was engaged by enemy forces and he was left behind wounded as the crew evacuated. The crash site was subsequently bombed to destroy sensitive equipment[508] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 8 Hines, Vaughn M Private First Class US Army 244th Aviation Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Observer on OV-1C #60-3746 that crashed at sea offshore of An Xuyen province on a low-level reconnaissance mission. The remains of the pilot Maj. Lawrence C. Suttlehan were recovered[509] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 9 Armstrong, John W Lieutenant Colonel USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Pilot of F-4C #64-0751 that crashed due to exploding ordnance. The weapons system operator 1Lt Lance Sijan ejected successfully but died in captivity in January 1968[510] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 9 Baxter, Bruce R Master Sergeant US Army FOB-1, CCC, MACV-SOG Laos, Savannakhet Province Member of a 12-man reconnaissance team evacuated by HH-3E #66-13279 when it was hit by enemy fire, crashed and caught fire. His remains were located by SAR forces but could not be removed due to enemy fire[511] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 9 Brower, Ralph W Captain USAF 37th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Laos, Savannakhet Province Copilot of HH-3E #66-13279 hit by enemy fire, crashed and caught fire. No recoverable remains[512] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 9 Clay, Eugene L Staff Sergeant USAF 37th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Laos, Savannakhet Province Flight engineer on HH-3E #66-13279 hit by enemy fire, crashed and caught fire. No recoverable remains[513] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 9 Kusick, Joseph G Sergeant US Army CCC, MACV-SOG Laos, Savannakhet Province Member of a 12-man reconnaissance team evacuated by HH-3E #66-13279 when it was hit by enemy fire, crashed and caught fire. His remains were located by SAR forces but could not be removed due to enemy fire[514] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 9 Maysey, Larry W Sergeant USAF 37th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Laos, Savannakhet Province Pararescueman on HH-3E #66-13279 hit by enemy fire, crashed and caught fire. No recoverable remains[515] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 9 Rehn, Gary L Corporal USMC D Company, 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Shot while on patrol[516] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 10 Cook, Kelly F Lieutenant Colonel USAF 366th Tactical Fighter Wing Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of F-4C #64-0834 that crashed on a two aircraft night strike mission[517] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 10 Crew, James A 1st Lieutenant USAF 389th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Weapons system operator on F-4C #64-0834 that crashed on a two aircraft night strike mission[518] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 10 Morgan, James S Major USAF 389th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of F-4C #64-0669 that crashed on a two aircraft night strike mission. The remains of the weapons system operator 1Lt Charles J. Huneycutt were returned in 1988[519] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 11 Martinez-Mercado, Edwin Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment Battle of Dak To South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Killed by enemy fire while on patrol, his body was left behind as his unit was extracted by helicopter[520] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 11 Shaw, Gary F Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 319th Field Artillery Regiment Battle of Dak To South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Killed by enemy fire while on patrol, his body was left behind as his unit was extracted by helicopter[521] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 11 Staton, Robert M Specialist US Army 1st Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment Battle of Dak To South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Killed by enemy fire while on patrol, his body was left behind as his unit was extracted by helicopter[522] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 11 Stuckey, John S Private US Army 1st Platoon, 173rd Engineering Coompany Battle of Dak To South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Killed by enemy fire while on patrol, his body was left behind as his unit was extracted by helicopter[523] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 12 Cayce, John D Seaman US Navy USS William V. Pratt North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Lost overboard while on helicopter detail[524] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 12 Roark, James D Shipfitter 2nd Class US Navy USS William V. Pratt (DDG-44) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Lost overboard while on helicopter detail[525] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 14 Kmetyk, Jonathan P Lance Corporal USMC C Company, 1st Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Quảng Nam Province Shot and killed on a reconnaissance patrol, his body was left behind as his team evacuated[526] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 19 Croxdale, Jack L E4 US Army 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment Battle of Dak To South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Killed by friendly fire when his position was bombed, his body later disappeared en route to a mortuary unit[527] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 19 DeHerrera, Benjamin D Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment Battle of Dak To South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Killed by friendly fire, his body later disappeared en route to a mortuary unit[528] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 19 Iandoli, Donald Sergeant US Army 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment Battle of Dak To South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Killed by friendly fire, his body later disappeared en route to a mortuary unit[529] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 20 Martin, John M Captain USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4C #63-7680 hit by enemy fire near Vinh and headed out to sea, he was not seen to eject from the aircraft. The weapons system operator 1Lt James Badley ejected successfully and was rescued[530] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 21 Reynolds, David R Private First Class US Army 4th Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment Battle of Dak To South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province [531] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 24 Foley, Brendan P Major USAF 11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of RF-4C #65-0844 that disappeared on a night reconnaissance mission[532] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 24 Mayercik, Ronald M 1st Lieutenant USAF 11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Weapons system operator on RF-4C #65-0844 that disappeared on a night reconnaissance mission[533] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 25 Midgett, Dewey A Private US Army 355th Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Khánh Hòa Province Disappeared while on a day pass[534] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 25 Searfus, William H Commander US Navy Attack Squadron 155, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4E #150037 was blown off the carrier by jet blast from a taxiing F-4[535] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 26 Brennan, Herbert O Colonel USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of F-4C #64-0697 downed by exploding ordnance on a daytime strike mission. The remains of the copilot 1Lt Douglas C. Condit were returned in June 1992[536] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 29 Millner, Michael Staff Sergeant US Army Detachment A-341, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Phước Long Province Disappeared when the CIDG patrol he was advising was ambushed[537] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 4 Collins, Arnold Corporal USMC 2nd Battalion 7th Marines South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Drowned[538] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 6 Pastva, Michael J Lance Corporal USMC 1st Battalion, 4th Marines South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Killed by friendly fire when a bomb hit his position, no recoverable remains[539] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 12 Grzyb, Robert H Civilian Cambodia Captured while riding in a jeep near Pleiku, he subsequently died in a prisoner of war camp in Cambodia[540] Died in captivity, remains not returned[3]
December 21 Scurlock, Lee D Staff Sergeant US Army MACV-SOG Laos, Attapeu Province Radio operator in a 6 man reconnaissance team that was ambushed, his team was being extracted by helicopter when he fell from a ladder from a height of 50 ft as the helicopter evaded ground fire[541] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 22 Fors, Gary H Captain USMC VMFA-122 Operation Steel Tiger Laos Pilot of F-4B #148388 that was hit by enemy fire. The radar intercept officer 1Lt Guy K Lashlee ejected successfully and was rescued[542] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 24 Powers, Vernie H Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Shot and killed while on patrol near Dak To, his body was left behind as his platoon was forced to withdraw[543] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 25 Koonce, Terry T Captain USAF 606th Air Commando Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Pilot of a Royal Lao Air Force T-28 #49-1558 hit by ground fire and crashed[544] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 27 Martin, Sammy A 1st Lieutenant USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Weapons system operator on F-4C #63-7489 hit by enemy fire on armed reconnaissance mission over Quảng Bình Province, both crewmen ejected over water. He was located by a rescue helicopter, but fell from the rescue sling and drowned[545] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 30 Swords, Smith Major USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Pilot of F-4C #63-7658 that crashed on a night strike mission[546] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 30 Wortham, Murray L 1st Lieutenant USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Weapons system operator on F-4C #63-7658 that crashed on a night strike mission[547] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 31 Peace, John D Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-75, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Vinh Pilot of A-6A #152917 that disappeared on a daytime strike mission[548] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 31 Perisho, Gordon S Lieutenant US Navy VA-75, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Vinh Bombardier/Navigator on A-6A #152917 that disappeared on a daytime strike mission[549] Presumptive finding of death[3]

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