List of United States servicemembers and civilians missing in action during the Vietnam War (1968–69)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

This article is a list of US MIAs of the Vietnam War in the period 1968–69. 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]

1968[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
January 1 Dennison, James R Lieutenant Commander US Navy VAP-61, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of RA-3B #144847 hit by ground fire on a night photo-reconnaissance mission[2] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 1 Hanley, Terrence H Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VAP-61, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of RA-3B #144847 hit by ground fire on a night photo-reconnaissance mission [3] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 1 Herrin, Henry H Chief Petty Officer US Navy VAP-61, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Senior Chief Photographer on RA-3B #144847 hit by ground fire on a night photo-reconnaissance mission[4] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 3 Ellis, Billy J Specialist US Army 2nd Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Believed to have been killed when an ammunition bunker exploded during a mortar attack on LZ Leslie[5] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 3 Lancaster, Kenneth R Specialist US Army E Company, 50th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Khanh Hoa Province Fell from the skid of a UH-1H after being extracted following a long range reconnaissance patrol[6] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 7 Stone, James M 1st Lieutenant US Army 2nd Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Killed during an ambush in the Que Son Valley, his body was left behind during the evacuation[7] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 7 Trujillo, Robert S Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam Disappeared during the evacuation following an ambush in the Que Son Valley[8] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 8 Smith, Hallie W Captain USAF 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron South Vietnam, Kontum Province Pilot of RF-4C that crashed on a reconnaissance mission, the wreckage was located in steep terrain but the bodies of the crew could not be recovered due to enemy presence.[9] In 2006 the remains of the copilot 1LT Charles Bifolchi were identified Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 9 Green, Norman M Colonel USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of F-4D #66-8729 shot down on a night interdiction mission[10] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 9 Irsch, Wayne C 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66-8729 shot down on a night interdiction mission[11] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 9 Newton, Warren E Specialist US Army 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tin Province Gunner on UH-1C gunship #66-00745 hit by enemy fire, crashed and burned. SAR forces recovered the burnt remains of three crewmen only one of whom could be identified.[12] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 9 Phipps, James L Warrant Officer US Army 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tin Province Aircraft commander of UH-1C gunship #66-00745 hit by enemy fire, crashed and burned [13] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 9 Ramos, Rainier S Warrant Officer US Army 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tin Province Pilot of UH-1C gunship #66-00745 hit by enemy fire, crashed and burned [14] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 9 Rehe, Richard R Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Happy Valley Wounded and captured in battle[15] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
January 9 Sykes, Derri Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Happy Valley Seriously wounded and captured in battle[16] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
January 12 Cohron, James D Staff Sergeant US Army RT Indiana, MACV-SOG Operation Shining Brass Laos, Salavan Province Disappeared when his team was ambushed [17] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 15 Skarman, Orval H Sergeant USMC 3rd Battalion 3rd Marines South Vietnam, Danang Disappeared while on R&R[18] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 16 Cooley, Orville D Lieutenant US Navy USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of C-1A #146054 that ditched on launch[19] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 16 Reedy, William H Aviation Ordnanceman 3rd Class US Navy USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on C-1A #146054 that ditched on launch [20] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 16 Thompson, William J Captain US Navy USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of C-1A #146054 that ditched on launch[21] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 16 Gee, Paul S 1st Lieutenant USMC VMCJ-1 South Vietnam, Danang Copilot of EF-10B that crashed at sea[22] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 16 Moreland, William D Captain USMC VMCJ-1 South Vietnam, Danang Pilot of EF-10B that crashed at sea [23] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 17 Wilke, Robert F Lieutenant Colonel USAF 602d Fighter Squadron, Commando North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province His A-1H crashed while on a search and rescue mission[24] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 18 Boles, Warren W Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-114, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of an F-4B that crashed at sea while investigating a surface contact[25] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 18 Roehrich, Ronald L Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-114, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Radar intercept officer on an F-4B that crashed at sea while investigating a surface contact[26] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 19 Johnson, William D Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kontum Province Disappeared during an ambush[27] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 20 Holley, Tilden S Captain USAF 389th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of an F-4C shot down on a night armed reconnaissance mission[28] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 20 Ketterer, James A 1st Lieutenant USAF 389th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Weapons system officer on an F-4C shot down on a night armed reconnaissance mission[29] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 21 Coalston, Echol W Specialist 5 US Army 1st Transportation Battalion South Vietnam, Vung Tau Lost overboard from the USNS Corpus Christi Bay (T-ARVH-1)[30] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 21 Elliott, Jerry W Private US Army 282nd Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Khe Sanh Door gunner on a UH-1D that landed to assist the evacuation of a downed helicopter, he was left behind when his helicopter departed the area due to enemy fire and his body was observed several days later[31] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 21 Hill, Billy D Staff Sergeant US Army 282nd AHC South Vietnam, Khe Sanh Gunner on a UH-1D that was shot down while inserting ARVN troops east of Khe Sanh[32] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 23 Ramsden, Gerald L Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-165, USS Ranger (CV-61) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of A-6A #152932 that crashed at sea, the pilot CDR L S Kollmorgen ejected successfully[33] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 27 Cordova, Robert J Fireman Apprentice US Navy USS Valley Forge (CV-45) South Vietnam, South China Sea Lost overboard[34] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 29 Mills, James D Captain USMC VMA-211 South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province His A-4E crashed[35] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 29 White, Charles E Sergeant First Class US Army Detachment B-50, Project Delta, MACV-SOG Operation Daniel Boone Cambodia, Ratanakiri Province Fell from his McGuire rig during a helicopter extraction. SAR forces searched the area 2 days later but were unable to locate his body[36] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 31 Cocheo, Richard N Civilian Pacific Architects and Engineers Tet Offensive South Vietnam, Vinh Long Captured by Vietcong after his house was surrounded and his wife was killed. Last seen alive in May 1968 [37] Prisoner[1]
January 31 Lacey, Richard J Sergeant US Army Long Lines Detachment South, 1st Signal Brigade Tet Offensive South Vietnam, Saigon Disappeared in a jeep in the southern outskirts of Saigon. His passenger SP4 William Behren's body was recovered 4 days later[38] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 1 Olsen, Betty A Civilian Christian and Missionary Alliance Tet Offensive South Vietnam, Buôn Ma Thuột Missionary/nurse captured by Vietcong from the Buôn Ma Thuột leprosarium. Died of disease/malnutrition on 1 February 1969 [39] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
February 2 Adkins, Charles L E4 US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Passenger on UH-1H #66-16442 that crashed on a flight from Quang Tri Province to Chu Lai. The burnt wreckage of the helicopter was located in May 1968 and some remains were recovered[40] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 2 Burnham, Donald D Captain US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Pilot of UH-1H #66-16442 that crashed on a flight from Quang Tri Province to Chu Lai[41] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 2 Patton, Kenneth J Sergeant US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Crew chief on UH-1H #66-16442 that crashed on a flight from Quang Tri Province to Chu Lai[42] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 2 Pringle, Joe H Sergeant First Class US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Passenger on UH-1H #66-16442 that crashed on a flight from Quang Tri Province to Chu Lai[43] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 2 Puggi, Joseph D Staff Sergeant US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Passenger on UH-1H #66-16442 that crashed on a flight from Quang Tri Province to Chu Lai[44] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 3 Wilson, Marion E Private First Class US Army 4th Battalion, 23rd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Binh Duong province Driver of an armored personnel carrier which was hit by a rocket propelled grenade, caught fire, and exploded. No identifiable remains were recovered from the wreckage[45] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 5 Godwin, Solomon H Warrant Officer USMC 1st Counter-Intelligence Team, 1st Marine Division Tet Offensive Laos, Intelligence specialist capture in Huế, he died of disease and malnutrition in late July 1968 [46] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
January 31 Trileg, Reckless İ Commando USAF 31th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron[clarification needed] South Vietnam, Kontum Province WaterBoy of RF-4C that crashed on a reconnaissance mission, the wreckage was located in steep terrain but the bodies of the crew could not be recovered due to enemy cemen covering it.[47] In 1989 the remains of the copilot 1LT Charles Dickens were identified Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 5 Potter, William T 1st Lieutenant USAF 14th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Pilot of an RF-4C #66-0443 that crashed into the ground on a photo-reconnaissance mission. No ejections observed.[48] The remains of the copilot 1LT Robert John Edgar were returned in May 1997 and identified in April 2009[49] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 6 Burnett, Donald F Senior chief aviation anti-submarine warfare man US Navy VP-26 Operation Market Time South Vietnam, Gulf of Thailand Senior chief aviation anti-submarine warfare man on P-3B #153440 that crashed at sea on a 24 hour surveillance mission. The aircraft wreckage was located and 2 bodies were recovered.[50] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 6 Chapa, Armando Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician 3rd Class US Navy VP-26 Operation Market Time South Vietnam, Gulf of Thailand Aviation anti-submarine warfare technician on P-3B #153440 that crashed at sea on a 24 hour surveillance mission[51] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 6 Farris, William F Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician 3rd Class US Navy VP-26 Operation Market Time South Vietnam, Gulf of Thailand Aviation anti-submarine warfare technician on P-3B #153440 that crashed at sea on a 24 hour surveillance mission [52] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 6 Gallagher, Donald L Chief Aviation Ordnanceman US Navy VP-26 Operation Market Time South Vietnam, Gulf of Thailand Aviation ordinanceman on P-3B #153440 that crashed at sea on a 24 hour surveillance mission [53] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 6 Huss, Roy A Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VP-26 Operation Market Time South Vietnam, Gulf of Thailand Crewman on P-3B #153440 that crashed at sea on a 24 hour surveillance mission [54] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 6 Jones, Thomas P Lieutenant US Navy VP-26 Operation Market Time South Vietnam, Gulf of Thailand Copilot of P-3B #153440 that crashed at sea on a 24 hour surveillance mission [55] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 6 McKay, Homer E Aviation Structural Mechanic 2nd Class US Navy VP-26 Operation Market Time South Vietnam, Gulf of Thailand Aviation structural mechanic on P-3B #153440 that crashed at sea on a 24 hour surveillance mission [56] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 6 Newman, James C Aviation Machinist 1st Class US Navy VP-26 Operation Market Time South Vietnam, Gulf of Thailand Aviation mechanic reciprocating on P-3B #153440 that crashed at sea on a 24 hour surveillance mission [57] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 6 Thompson, Melvin C Aviation Electrician 1st Class US Navy VP-26 Operation Market Time South Vietnam, Gulf of Thailand Aviation electrician on P-3B #153440 that crashed at sea on a 24 hour surveillance mission [58] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 6 Travis, Lynn M Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VP-26 Operation Market Time South Vietnam, Gulf of Thailand Crewman on P-3B #153440 that crashed at sea on a 24 hour surveillance mission [59] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 7 Holt, James W Master Sergeant US Army Detachment A-101, 5th Special Forces Group Battle of Lang Vei South Vietnam, Lang Vei Disappeared while searching for M72 LAWs during the battle[60] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 7 Phillips, Daniel R E5 US Army Detachment A-101, 5th Special Forces Group Battle of Lang Vei South Vietnam, Lang Vei Wounded in the battle and last seen trying to evade NVA troops [61] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 8 George, James E Private First Class US Army 129th Maintenance Company, 69th Maintenance Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Passenger on UH-1D #64-13894 that was shot down, he was severely burnt while trying to retrieve his rifle from the wreck, he was captured by Viet Cong and believed to have been executed[62] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
February 12 Brown, Harry W Staff Sergeant US Army 43rd Medical Group, 44th Medical Brigade South Vietnam, Đắk Nông province Medic on UH-1H #66-17027 that crashed on a night medevac mission to the Gia Nghĩa special forces camp [63] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 12 Groth, Wade L Staff Sergeant US Army 43rd Medical Group, 44th Medical Brigade South Vietnam, Đắk Nông province Crew chief on UH-1H #66-17027 that crashed on a night medevac mission[64] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 12 Gunn, Alan W Warrant Officer US Army 43rd Medical Group, 44th Medical Brigade South Vietnam, Đắk Nông province Pilot of UH-1H #66-17027 that crashed on a night medevac mission[65] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 12 Roe, Jerry L 1st Lieutenant US Army 43rd Medical Group, 44th Medical Brigade South Vietnam, Đắk Nông province Aircraft commander of UH-1H #66-17027 that crashed on a night medevac mission[66] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 14 Dunn, Joseph P Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-25, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) China, Hainan His A-1H was shot down by People's Liberation Army Air Force MiG-17s after losing course on a ferry flight from Naval Air Station Cubi Point to the USS Coral Sea in the Gulf of Tonkin. He successfully ejected and his emergency locater beacon was heard for 20 minutes[67] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 20 Laureano-Lopez, Ismael E4 US Army 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Đắk Nông province Drowned while on patrol[68] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 23 Hubler, George L Captain USMC VMF(AW)-235 South Vietnam, South China Sea His F-8E collided with another aircraft and crashed at sea[69] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 27 Milius, Paul L Captain US Navy VO-67 Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Pilot of OP-2E hit by enemy fire on an armed reconnaissance mission, 7 crewmen escaped and were rescued and the remains of the 8th crewman Petty Officer John F. Hartzheim were returned in March 1999. USS Milius (DDG-69) is named in his honour[70] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 27 Wright, Thomas T Captain USAF 14th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Weapons system operator on RF-4C lost on a daytime photo-reconnaissance mission.[71] The remains of the pilot LTC Gilbert Palmer were identified in May 2011[72] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 28 Coons, Henry A Lieutenant Commander US Navy Attack Squadron 35, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of A-6A #152938 hit by enemy fire and crashed at sea[73] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 28 Stegman, Thomas Lieutenant US Navy Attack Squadron 35, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Bombardier/navigator on A-6A #152938 hit by enemy fire and crashed at sea [74] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 28 Hunt, Robert W Corporal US Army 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Gia Dinh Province Gunner on an M-41 tank, disappeared during an ambush[75] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 1 Lannom, Richard C Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy Attack Squadron 35, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Bombardier/navigator on A-6A #152944 hit by enemy fire after a night attack near Haiphong[76] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 1 Scheurich, Thomas E Lieutenant Commander US Navy Attack Squadron 35, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of A-6A #152944 hit by enemy fire after a night attack near Haiphong[77] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 4 Welshan, John T 1st Lieutenant USAF 604th Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, Bạc Liêu Province His A-37B disappeared on a ground attack mission [78] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 6 Colombo, Gary L Corporal USMC HMM-164 South Vietnam, South China Sea Crew chief on a CH-46A that ditched at sea following a maintenance test flight from the USS Valley Forge (CV-45)[79] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 6 Mitchell, Gilbert L Lieutenant US Navy Attack Squadron 75, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Bombardier/navigator on an A-6A shot down on a night attack mission. The remains of the pilot Lt. Richard C. Nelson were returned in 1984[80] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 11 Blanton, Clarence F Lieutenant Colonel USAF 1043rd Radar Evacuation Squadron, 1st Combat Evaluation Group Battle of Lima Site 85 Laos, Phou Pha Thi Commander of USAF personnel at the facility. Disappeared during the battle.[81] Listed as killed in action, body not recovered,[1] his remains were recovered and subsequently identified in September 2012 Recovered, September 2012[82]
March 11 Calfee, James H Master Sergeant USAF 1043rd Radar Evacuation Squadron Battle of Lima Site 85 Laos, Phou Pha Thi Disappeared during the battle[83] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 11 Davis, James W Staff Sergeant USAF 1043rd Radar Evacuation Squadron Battle of Lima Site 85 Laos, Phou Pha Thi Disappeared during the battle [84] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 11 Gish, Henry Gerald Staff Sergeant USAF 1043rd Radar Evacuation Squadron Battle of Lima Site 85 Laos, Phou Pha Thi Disappeared during the battle [85] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 11 Hall, Willis R Technical Sergeant USAF 1043rd Radar Evacuation Squadron Battle of Lima Site 85 Laos, Phou Pha Thi Disappeared during the battle [86] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 11 Holland, Melvin A Technical Sergeant USAF 1043rd Radar Evacuation Squadron Battle of Lima Site 85 Laos, Phou Pha Thi Disappeared during the battle [87] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 11 Kirk, Herbert A Staff Sergeant USAF 1043rd Radar Evacuation Squadron Battle of Lima Site 85 Laos, Phou Pha Thi Disappeared during the battle [88] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 11 Price, David S Sergeant USAF 1043rd Radar Evacuation Squadron Battle of Lima Site 85 Laos, Phou Pha Thi Disappeared during the battle [89] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 11 Springsteadah, Donald K Technical Sergeant USAF 1043rd Radar Evacuation Squadron Battle of Lima Site 85 Laos, Phou Pha Thi Disappeared during the battle [90] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 11 Worley, Don F Staff Sergeant USAF 1043rd Radar Evacuation Squadron Battle of Lima Site 85 Laos, Phou Pha Thi Disappeared during the battle [91] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 11 Bond, Ronald D Major USAF 604th Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, Phước Tuy Province His A-37A was hit by ground fire during a close air support mission and crashed. SAR forces secured the area shortly after the crash but were unable to locate any remains[92] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 11 Calloway, Porter E Sergeant US Army 3rd Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Que Son District Wounded in an ambush and captured, he was reported to have died from his wounds the following day [93] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 12 Griffith, John G Lieutenant US Navy VA-35, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Bombardier/navigator on A-6A #152943 that ditched on launch [94] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 12 Kollman, Glenn E Commander US Navy VA-35, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of A-6A # 152943that ditched on launch [95] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 12 Rogers, Edward F Private First Class USMC 2nd Battalion 4th Marines South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Rifleman killed during a battle in the village of Lam Xuan[96] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 13 Byrne, Joseph H Major USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron Laos Co-pilot of A-1E #133888[97] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 13 Collins, Guy F Lieutenant Commander USAF 1st Air Commando Squadron Laos Pilot of A-1E #133888 [98] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 13 Evans, Cleveland Sergeant USMC 3rd Motor Transport Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Passenger on a UH-1H #67-17254 shot down on a flight from Phu Bai to Camp Evans. All passengers and crew survived the crash and split into 2 5-man teams, one to stay at the crash site and the other to walk to Camp Evans. The crash site team was attacked by Vietcong and all were killed, the remains of 2 other members of the team were located 15 days later[99] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 13 Heitman, Steven W Staff Sergeant US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Passenger on UH-1H #67-17254 shot down on a flight from Phu Bai to Camp Evans, killed during a Vietcong attack on the crash site[100] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 13 Watson, Jimmy L Warrant Officer US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Copilot of UH-1H #67-17254 shot down on a flight from Phu Bai to Camp Evans, killed during a Vietcong attack on the crash site[101] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 14 Hamm, James E 1st Lieutenant USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Pilot of F-4D shot down on a close air support mission, both crewmen successfully ejected and he directed airstrikes on enemy positions before radio contact ceased[102] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 16 Erickson, David W Private First Class USMC 2nd Battalion, 27th Marines South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Disappeared while inspecting a river bank[103] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 16 Krausman, Edward L Private First Class USMC 2nd Battalion, 27th Marines South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Disappeared while inspecting a river bank[104] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 17 Barber, Thomas D Airman US Navy VS-23, USS Yorktown (CV-10) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Reciprocating engine mechanic on an S-2E that disappeared on a night anti-submarine patrol, some aircraft wreckage was receovered 4 days later[105] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 17 Benson, Lee D Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VS-23, USS Yorktown (CV-10) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of an S-2E that disappeared on a night anti-submarine patrol[106] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 17 Hubbs, Donald R Commander US Navy VS-23, USS Yorktown (CV-10) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of an S-2E that disappeared on a night anti-submarine patrol[107] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 17 Nightingale, Randall J Aviation Antisubmarine Warfare Technician 2nd Class US Navy VS-23, USS Yorktown (CV-10) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin ASW technician on an S-2E that disappeared on a night anti-submarine patrol[108] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 17 Hensley, Thomas T Captain USAF 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Barell Roll Laos, Sam Neua His F-105D #61-0162 was hit by enemy fire and crashed [109] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 18 Ray, James M Private First Class US Army Advisory Team 38, MACV Advisors South Vietnam, Lâm Đồng Province Captured by Vietcong while on a road-clearing operation. Died of malnutrition and disease in November 1969[110] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
March 18 Switzer, Jerrold A Private First Class USMC 1st Combined Action Group South Vietnam, Quang Ngai Province Drowned in the Quang Ngai River while trying to assist Vietnamese civilians[111] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 19 Romero, Victor Sergeant USAF 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron South Vietnam, Khanh Hoa Province Observer/radio operator on O-1G #51-4899 that disappeared on a visual reconnaissance mission. The remains of the pilot Major Charles E. Blair were returned in April 1988[112] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 20 Fellows, Allen E Major USAF 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Tchepone His O-2A #67-21338 disappeared on a forward air control mission[113] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 21 Hesford, Peter D 1st Lieutenant USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Ban Karai Pass Pilot of an F-4D hit by ground fire, no ejection observed[114] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 21 Stowers, Aubrey E 1st Lieutenant USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Ban Karai Pass Weapons system operator on an F-4D hit by ground fire, no ejection observed[115] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 22 Lyon, Donovan L Major USAF 559th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos Weapons system operator on an F-4C #64-0830 hit by enemy fire. The pilot Colonel Theodore W. Guy ejected and was captured, he did not believe that Lyon had ejected in time[116] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 23 Franks, Ian J Specialist US Army 244th Aviation Company, 307th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Can Tho Observer on OV-1C #603756 that crashed into the Hậu Giang River while manoevuring at low level. Some wreckage, flight helmets and human tissue were recovered[117] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 23 Hattori, Masaki Major US Army 244th Aviation Company South Vietnam Pilot of OV-1C #603756 that crashed into the Hậu Giang River while manoevuring at low level[118] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 26 Allgood, Frankie E Lieutenant Colonel USMC HMM-363 South Vietnam, South China Sea Commanding officer of HMM-363, he was wounded during a mortar attack on Phu Bai airbase he was being evacuated on UH-34D #144654 of HMM-363 that crashed at sea in bad weather north of Danang. Both pilots were rescued[119] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 26 Evancho, Richard Lance Corporal USMC Marine Air Base Squadron 36 South Vietnam, South China Sea Medical evacuee on a UH-34D #144654 that crashed at sea in bad weather north of Danang[120] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 26 Green, Larry E Lance Corporal USMC HMM-363 South Vietnam, South China Sea Crew chief on a UH-34D #144654 that crashed at sea in bad weather north of Danang.[121] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 26 Kerr, Ernest C Lance Corporal USMC HMM-363 South Vietnam, South China Sea Gunner on a UH-34D #144654 that crashed at sea in bad weather north of Danang.[122] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 26 Mowrey, Glenn W Corporal USMC H&S Company, 3rd Service Battalion South Vietnam, South China Sea Medical evacuee on a UH-34D #144654 that crashed at sea in bad weather north of Danang.[123] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 26 Lomax, Richard E Specialist US Army 3rd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Bien Hoa Province Rifleman setting demolition charges in an enemy bunker complex, killed when the charges detonated prematurely[124] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 27 Badley, James L 1st Lieutenant USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Ban Karai Pass Weapons system operator on an F-4D #66‑8801 that was shot down and exploded on impact while on a daylight bombing mission[125] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 27 Whitteker, Richard L Captain USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Ban Karai Pass Pilot of F-4D #66‑8801 that was shot down [126] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 27 Calhoun, Johnny C Corporal US Army Command and Control Detachment, MACV-SOG South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Team leader of a reconnaissance team that was operating in the A Shau Valley. The team was attacked while awaiting extraction, he was providing covering fire for the team when he was seen to be shot several times and was left behind [127] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 28 Boyer, Alan L Sergeant US Army RT Asp, MACV-SOG Laos, Savannakhet Province Member of a US/ARVN reconnaissance team that was engaged by the enemy. As the team was being extracted by rope ladder from a hovering helicopter, the ladder broke and he fell to the ground with the 2 other Americans in the team. SAR forces searched the area 3 days later but were unable to find any trace of him or the other 2 missing Americans. The remains of the team leader, SFC George R Brown were identified in 2006[128] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 28 Huston, Charles G Sergeant US Army RT Asp, MACV-SOG Laos, Savannakhet Province Member of a US/ARVN reconnaissance team that was engaged by the enemy, he was unable to be extracted[129] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 28 Graham, Dennis L Captain USAF 428th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Combat Lancer North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Copilot of F-111A #66-0022 lost on a night bombing mission.[130] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 28 MacCann, Henry E Major USAF 428th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Combat Lancer North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of F-111A #66-0022 lost on a night bombing mission.[131] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 28 Grosse, Christopher A Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Shot and wounded in an ambush, he was left behind when his unit withdrew and could not be recovered[132] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 30 Cichon, Walter A Specialist US Army 3rd Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kontum Province Shot in the head and confirmed to be dead during an assault, his body was left behind and could not be recovered[133] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 30 Sayre, Leslie B 1st Lieutenant US Army 221st Aviation Company, 307TH Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Kiên Giang province Pilot of an O-1D shot down on a visual reconnaissance mission. His observer SGT William B. Taylor was captured, subsequently escaped from a Vietcong POW camp and was rescued by a US Army helicopter on 6 May[134] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 3 Mulleavey, Quinten E Specialist US Army 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Bong Son Disappeared while on patrol[135] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 3 Rexroad, Ronald R Captain USAF 11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of an RF-4C that crashed at sea after bomb damage assessment mission. On 11 April the remains of the weapons system operator Capt. John C. Hardy were recovered from the sea[136] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 3 Thomas, James C Lance Corporal USMC 3rd Battalion 7th Marines South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Disappeared while on patrol [137] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 4 Trivelpiece, Steve M Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 47th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Khánh Hòa Province Passenger on a Navy troop carrier making a river assault, he was killed by enemy fire and his body was left behind during the withdrawal[138] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 6 Pepper, Anthony J Private First Class USMC 2nd Battalion, 26th Marines Operation Scotland II South Vietnam, Khe Sanh His unit was ambushed on patrol and he took shelter in a bomb crater which received a direct hit from a mortar round, no identifiable remains were recovered[139] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 6 Trimble, James M Corporal USMC 2nd Battalion, 26th Marines Operation Scotland II South Vietnam, Khe Sanh His unit was ambushed on patrol and he took shelter in a bomb crater which received a direct hit from a mortar round, no identifiable remains were recovered[140] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 7 McMurray, Fred H 1st Lieutenant US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Operation Pegasus South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Pilot of OH-13S #63-9084 shot down while on a hunter-killer mission[141] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 9 Lawson, Karl W Specialist US Army Detachment B-35, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Tay Ninh Province Killed by friendly fire from a fire support mission for his reconnaissance patrol. His remains were placed in a body bag, which fell from a helicopter during evacuation[142] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 10 Carver, Harry F Staff Sergeant US Army Company E, 15th Engineer Battalion South Vietnam, Bien Hoa Province member of an airboat patrol that was ambushed by enemy forces, he was severely wounded and disappeared when the boat capsized[143] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 10 Padgett, Samuel J Sergeant First Class US Army C&C Detachment, MACV-SOG South Vietnam, Quang Tin province Passenger on a UH-34 that crashed while flying from Danang to Kham Duc, his remains could not be identified among the burnt wreckage[144] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 11 Whittemore, Frederick H Commander US Navy Attack Squadron 212, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) South Vietnam, South China Sea His A-4F crashed at sea [145] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 17 Held, John W Captain USAF 604th Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, Phuoc Long province His A-37A was hit by ground fire and he ejected successfully. SAR forces located his empty parachute in trees shortly after the crash[146] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 19 Blodgett, Douglas R Specialist US Army A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Operation Delaware South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Crewman on CH-47A #64-13124 hit by enemy fire and crashed on approach to LZ Tiger[147] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 19 Dennis, William R Specialist US Army A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Operation Delaware South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Flight engineer on CH-47A #64-13124 hit by enemy fire and crashed[148] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 19 Gonzalez, Jesus A Staff Sergeant US Army A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Operation Delaware South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Crew chief on CH-47A #64-13124 hit by enemy fire and crashed[149] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 19 Housh, Anthony F Sergeant First Class US Army B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Operation Delaware South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Flight engineer on CH-47A #66-19063 hit by enemy fire and crashed on approach to LZ Tiger, he jumped from the helicopter before its crashed[150] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 19 Wallace, Michael J Sergeant First Class US Army B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Operation Delaware South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Crew chief on CH-47A #66-19063hit by enemy fire, he jumped from the helicopter before it crashed[151] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 19 Wilburn, John E Specialist US Army 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment Operation Delaware South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Passenger on a UH-1D on an air assault mission, the helicopter was hit by enemy fire and began to spin throwing him out of the helicopter at an altitude of 3–4000 ft[152] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 20 Cestare, Joseph A 1st Lieutenant USMC VMO-2 South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Pilot of UH-1E #152346 hit by enemy fire and crashed. SAR forces recovered the body of Corporal Cecil Parsons and partial remains from the wreckage[153] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 20 Walker, William J Major USMC H&MS-16 South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Copilot of UH-1E #152346 hit by enemy fire and crashed[154] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 20 Zutterman, Joseph A Sergeant USMC VMO-2 South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Gunner on UH-1E #152346 hit by enemy fire and crashed[155] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 21 Creamer, James E Sergeant US Army 17th Assault Helicopter Company, 10th Aviation Battalion Operation Delaware South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Passenger on UH-1H #66-16209 shot down while on a recovery mission to LZ Veghel. The helicopter apparently exploded in midair, wreckage was located on 26 May but no recovery effort could be mounted due to strong enemy presence[156] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 21 Jamerson, Larry C E4 US Army 17th AHC, 10th Aviation Battalion Operation Delaware South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Gunner on UH-1H #66-16209 shot down while on a recovery mission to LZ Veghel[157] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 21 Johnson, Frankie B E5 US Army 17th AHC, 10th Aviation Battalion Operation Delaware South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Crew chief on UH-1H #66-16209 shot down while on a recovery mission to LZ Veghel[158] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 21 Link, Robert C Warrant Officer US Army 17th AHC, 10th Aviation Battalion Operation Delaware South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Copilot of UH-1H #66-16209 shot down while on a recovery mission to LZ Veghel[159] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 21 Mackedanz, Lyle E Staff Sergeant US Army 17th AHC, 10th Aviation Battalion Operation Delaware South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Passenger on UH-1H #66-16209 shot down while on a recovery mission to LZ Veghel[160] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 21 Olsen, Floyd W Captain US Army 17th AHC, 10th Aviation Battalion Operation Delaware South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Pilot of UH-1H #66-16209 shot down while on a recovery mission to LZ Veghel[161] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 21 Spindler, John G 2nd Lieutenant USMC 2nd Battalion 3rd Marines South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Killed when a 122mm round ignited the Company's ammunition supplies which had been gathered for removal, no identifiable remains recovered[162] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 22 Chomyk, William 1st Lieutenant USAF 389th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑8778 that crashed after making a bombing run[163] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 22 Riggins, Robert P Major USAF 389th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Bombardier/naviagtor on F-4D #66‑8778 that crashed after making a bombing run[164] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 22 Cooley, David L Lieutenant Commander US Navy 428th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Combat Lancer North Vietnam On exchange duty from the Navy he was piloting F-111A #66-024 that disappeared on a solo night bombing mission[165] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 22 Palmgren, Edwin D Lieutenant Colonel USAF 428th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Combat Lancer North Vietnam Copilot of F-111A #66-024 that disappeared on a solo night bombing mission[166] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 24 Crossman, Gregory J 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Weapons systems operator on F-4D #66-8736 shot down after attacking a SAM site.[167] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 25 Mitchell, Albert C Major USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of F-4D #66-8736 shot down after attacking a SAM site[168] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 25 Guillory, Hubia J Private First Class US Army 5th Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment Operation Delaware South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Killed when his Company was ambushed on a patrol near LZ Tiger, his body could not be recovered due to heavy enemy fire[169] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 25 Kelley, Daniel M Specialist US Army 5th Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment Operation Delaware South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Killed when his Company was ambushed on a patrol near LZ Tiger, his body could not be recovered due to heavy enemy fire[170] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 25 Scott, David L Specialist US Army 5th Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment Operation Delaware South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Killed when his Company was ambushed on a patrol near LZ Tiger, his body could not be recovered due to heavy enemy fire[171] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 26 McDaniel, John L Major USAF 772d Tactical Airlift Squadron Operation Delaware South Vietnam, A Luoi Pilot of C-130B #60-0298 hit by enemy fire while on approach to A Luoi airfield, the aircraft crashed and burnt on the airfield, the remains of 5 of the 8 crewmen were recovered[172] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 26 Stow, Lilburn R Major USAF 772d Tactical Airlift Squadron Operation Delaware South Vietnam, A Luoi Pilot of C-130B #60-0298 hit by enemy fire while on approach to A Luoi airfield, the aircraft crashed and burnt on the airfield[173] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 26 Todd, Larry R Sergeant USAF 772d Tactical Airlift Squadron Operation Delaware South Vietnam, A Luoi Crewman on C-130B #60-0298 hit by enemy fire while on approach to A Luoi airfield, the aircraft crashed and burnt on the airfield[174] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 28 Bors, Joseph C Captain USAF 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Copilot of RF-4C #66-0398 that disappeared on a daytime photo-reconnaissance mission[175] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 28 Cook, William R Major USAF 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Pilot of RF-4C #66-0398 that disappeared on a daytime photo-reconnaissance mission[176] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 28 Saavedra, Robert Commander US Navy Attack Squadron 144, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Ha Tinh Province His A-4E # 151070 crashed while on a strafing run during a night interdiction mission, no ejection observed[177] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 30 Guillermin, Louis F Captain USAF 609th Air Commando Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Copilot of A-26A lost on a night interdiction mission[178] Presumptive finding of death[1] until 28 May 2013 when his remains were identified[179]
April 30 Pietsch, Robert E Captain USAF 609th Air Commando Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of A-26A lost on a night interdiction mission[180] Presumptive finding of death[1] until 31 May 2013 when his remains were identified[181]
April 30 Staehli, Bruce W Lance Corporal USMC 3rd Battalion 9th Marines South Vietnam, Dong Ha Disappeared during an attack on NVA positions near Cam Vu[182] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 1 Gervais, Donald P Sergeant US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Operation Delaware South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Gunner on OH-6A that crashed on a low-level visual reconnaissance mission. SAR forces were unable to approach the crash due to strong enemy presence[183] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 1 Martin, Richard D Corporal US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Operation Delaware South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Crew chief on OH-6A that crashed on a low-level visual reconnaissance mission[184] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 1 Whitmire, Warren T Warrant Officer US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Operation Delaware South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Pilot of OH-6A that crashed on a low-level visual reconnaissance mission[185] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 2 Englander, Lawrence J Sergeant US Army Detachment A-109 (Thuong Duc), 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Adviser to a CIDG unit that encountered an entrenched NVA position, he was shot multiple times and left behind when the unit withdrew[186] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 3 Avery, Robert D Lieutenant (LTJG) USMC VMA-533 Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Bombardier/navigator on A-6A #154164 that was shot down on a night armed reconnaissance mission[187] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 3 Clem, Thomas D Lieutenant (LTJG) USMC VMA-533 Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of A-6A #154164 that was shot down on a night armed reconnaissance mission[188] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 3 Clark, Stephen W Captain USMC VMFA-235 South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province His F-8E was hit by ground fire, crashed and burned[189] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 3 Terry, Oral R Private First Class US Army 1097th Transportation Company (Boat), 159th Transport Battalion South Vietnam, Dinh Tuong Province Radio operator on a maintenance boat, lost overboard during night watch[190] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 4 King, Paul C Private First Class US Army RT Alabama, MACV-SOG Laos, Saravane Province Medic/radio operator on a 9-man reconnaissance mission that engaged in a running battle with NVA forces, he was shot dead when his team took defensive positions. Only one team member SSgt John Allen survived the battle and was extracted the following day[191] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 5 Kustigian, Michael J Seaman Apprentice US Navy USS Long Beach (CGN-9) South Vietnam, South China Sea Lost overboard[192] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 5 Mitchell, Harry E Seaman Apprentice US Navy USS Long Beach (CGN-9) South Vietnam, South China Sea Lost overboard[193] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 8 Condry, George T Warrant Officer US Army 281st Assault Helicopter Company Operation Delaware South Vietnam Pilot of UH-1C #64-14172 that exploded in midair on a combat support mission. Unidentifiable remains of 4 bodies were located 4 days later but could not be recovered due to enemy fire[194] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 8 Dayton, James L Warrant Officer US Army 281st Assault Helicopter Company Operation Delaware South Vietnam Aircraft commander on UH-1C #64-14172 that exploded in midair on a combat support mission[195] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 8 Jenne, Robert E Specialist US Army 281st Assault Helicopter Company Operation Delaware South Vietnam Gunner on UH-1C #64-14172 that exploded in midair on a combat support mission[196] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 8 Jurecko, Daniel E Specialist US Army 281st Assault Helicopter Company Operation Delaware South Vietnam Crew chief on UH-1C #64-14172 that exploded in midair on a combat support mission[197] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 9 Van Artsdalen, Clifford E4 US Army 1st Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tin Province Shot in the head during an ambush, his body was left behind due to heavy enemy fire[198] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 10 Fleming, Horace H 1st Lieutenant USMC HMM-265 Battle of Ngok Tavak South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Pilot of CH-46A #151907 hit by enemy fire and crash-landed at Ngok Tavak. He attempted to escape the besieged camp by holding onto the skid of a hovering UH-1, but later fell along with 2 Nung soldiers from an altitude of 1000 feet [199] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 10 Perry, Thomas H Corporal US Army Detachment A-105, 5th Special Forces Group Battle of Ngok Tavak South Vietnam, Quảng Tín Province Disappeared during the withdrawal from Ngok Tavak[200] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 12 Coen, Harry B Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment Battle of Kham Duc South Vietnam, Khâm Đức Disappeared when NVA troops overran his bunker position on OP1[201] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 12 Craven, Andrew J Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment Battle of Kham Duc South Vietnam, Khâm Đức Shot multiple times as he withdrew from bunker position on OP1, his body was unable to be recovered due to enemy fire[202] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 12 Jimenez, Juan M Sergeant US Army 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment Battle of Kham Duc South Vietnam, Khâm Đức Killed by enemy mortar fire, his body was left behind during the evacuation[203] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 12 Sands, Richard E Corporal US Army 1st Battalion, 46th Infantry Regiment Battle of Kham Duc South Vietnam, Khâm Đức Passenger on a CH-47 #67-18475, he was killed by enemy fire. The helicopter crash-landed on the runway, his body was examined but could not be removed before the helicopter caught fire[204] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 12 Simpson, Joseph L Sergeant US Army 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment Battle of Kham Duc South Vietnam, Khâm Đức Died of wounds as he attempted to evade capture after being left behind when the base was evacuated[205] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 12 Stuller, John C Specialist 6 US Army 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment Battle of Kham Duc South Vietnam, Khâm Đức Killed by enemy fire as the NVA overran his bunker position on OP2[206] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 12 Widdison, Imlay S Specialist US Army 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment Battle of Kham Duc South Vietnam, Khâm Đức Killed by enemy fire as the NVA overran his bunker position on OP2[207] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 12 Widner, Danny L Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment Battle of Kham Duc South Vietnam, Khâm Đức Disappeared when NVA forces overran his bunker position on OP2[208] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 12 Williams, Roy C Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment Battle of Kham Duc South Vietnam, Khâm Đức Disappeared when NVA forces overran his bunker position on OP2[209] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 14 Cota, Ernest K Petty Officer US Navy USS Harnett County (LST-821) South Vietnam, Binh Thuy District Lost overboard while returning from shore leave to his ship moored in the Bassac River[210] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 16 Crosson, Gerald J 1st Lieutenant USAF 435th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Weapons system operator on F-4D shot down on an armed reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[211] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 16 Rickel, David J Captain USAF 435th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of an F-4D shot down on an armed reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[212] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 17 Young, Charles L Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Gia Dinh Province Disappeared when his night boat patrol was ambushed[213] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 18 Gist, Tommy E Captain USAF 14th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Weapons system operator on RF-4C #66-0442 hit by enemy fire on a daytime photo-reconnaissance mission near Dong Hoi. The pilot Capt Terry J Uyeyama ejected successfully and was captured[214] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 18 Padilla, David E Lance Corporal USMC 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Died from multiple mortar wounds while on a reconnaissance patrol[215] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 19 Davies, Joseph E Captain USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of F-4D lost on a night armed reconnaissance mission.[216] The remains of the weapons system operator 1LT Glenn D McCubbin were returned in January 1989[217] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 20 Robertson, John H Sergeant First Class US Army C&C North, MACV-SOG Laos, Saravane Province Passenger on a Vietnam Air Force CH-34 medevac that was hit by enemy fire, crashed and exploded[218] Presumptive finding of death.[1] In 2013 the documentary Unclaimed was released in which it was claimed that Robertson had been living in Vietnam for the last 40 years. The man claiming to be Robertson was actually Dang Tan Ngoc, "a 76-year-old Vietnamese citizen of French origin who has a history of pretending to be US army veterans"
May 22 Crews, John H 1st Lieutenant USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of F-4D #66-0246 hit by enemy fire and exploded on a night armed reconnaissance mission[219] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 22 Stpierre, Dean P Captain USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66-0246 hit by enemy fire and exploded on a night armed reconnaissance mission[220] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 23 Cochran, Isom C Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 6th Artillery Regiment South Vietnam, Pleiku Province Drowned on patrol[221] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 23 Lane, Glen O Sergeant First Class US Army RT Idaho, MACV-SOG Laos, Saravane Province Team leader of the 6 man RT Idaho all of whom disappeared following a battle with NVA forces[222] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 23 Owen, Robert D Staff Sergeant US Army RT Idaho, MACV-SOG Laos, Saravane Province Assistant team leader of the 6 man RT Idaho all of whom disappeared following a battle with NVA forces[223] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 24 Rucker, Emmett Lieutenant Colonel USAF 12th Air Commando Squadron Operation Ranch Hand South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of UC-123B #54-0588 shot down while on a Ranch Hand mission over Minh Hai province and crashed at sea. The body of the flight engineer Sgt. Herbert E. Schmidt was recovered from the wreckage[224] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 24 Shanks, James L Major USAF 12th Air Commando Squadron Operation Ranch Hand South Vietnam, South China Sea Copilot of UC-123B #54-0588 shot down while on a Ranch Hand mission and crashed at sea[225] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 28 Hill, Joseph A Lance Corporal USMC 1st Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Rifleman on a reconnaissance patrol that was ambushed, his body was left behind when the team evacuated[226] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 30 Smith, Lewis P 1st Lieutenant USAF 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Saravane Province Pilot of an O-2A shot down while on a FAC mission[227] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 31 Beresik, Eugene P Major USAF 44th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-105D #0409 was shot down and crashed at sea[228] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 31 Gatewood, Charles H Lance Corporal USMC 1st Battalion 1st Marines Operation Scotland II South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Wounded in an ambush he disappeared when he moved from a temporary aid station to the landing zone for medical evacuation[229] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 4 Brice, Eric P Lieutenant US Navy VF-33, USS America (CV-66) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4J #155554 hit by enemy fire and headed out to sea, the radar intercept officer LTjg William A. Simmons ejected successfully, but Lt Brice's canopy failed to jettison[230] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 5 McManus, Truman J Lance Corporal USMC 1st Battalion 12th Marines South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Forward observer/radioman killed on patrol[231] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 7 Spencer, Dean C Specialist US Army 2nd Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Drowned while on patrol[232] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 9 Schmidt, Walter R 1st Lieutenant USMC VMA-121 South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province His A-4E #151080 was shot down on a bombing mission over the A Shau Valley, he ejected successfully and contacted SAR forces advising that he had a broken leg. An HH-3E helicopter #67-14710, call sign Jolly Green 23 from the 37th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron was assigned to rescue him, but was shot down as it hovered and crashed killing all 4 crewmen. Ground forces were inserted to the crash sit on 10 June but were unable to locate 1LT Schmidt[233] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 16 Bowman, Frank Quartermaster 2nd Class US Navy PCF-19, Coastal Division 12, TF-115 Operation Market Time South Vietnam, South China Sea Crewman on PCF-19 that exploded and sank on a night patrol mission near the DMZ, apparently in a friendly fire incident. Another crewman confirmed that QM2 Bowman was dead[234] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 16 Rupinski, Bernard F 1st Lieutenant US Navy VF-102, USS America (CV-66) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Radar intercept officer on F-4J #155548 shot down by a Vietnam People's Air Force Mig. The pilot CDR Walter E. Wilber ejected successfully and was captured[235] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 23 Booth, James E 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Weapons system operator on F-4 #66-8724 that flew into terrain during an attack on a night armed reconnaissance mission[236] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 23 Casey, Donald F Lieutenant Colonel USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of F-4 #66-8724 that flew into terrain on a night armed reconnaissance mission[237] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 27 Giammerino, Vincent F Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Binh Dinh Province Disappeared while on a bomb damage assessment patrol[238] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 28 Johns, Paul F Major USAF 6th Air Commando Squadron Laos His A-1H was shot down[239] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 29 Owen, Timothy S Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Binh Dinh Province Disappeared while on a night ambush[240] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 2 Tipping, Henry A Major USAF 6th Air Commando Squadron South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province His A-1H was hit by enemy fire while on an SAR mission and crashed, no ejection observed[241] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 5 Dewberry, Jerry D Lance Corporal USMC 1st Battalion, 1st Marines Operation Scotland II South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province His patrol was ambushed and he was killed, his body was left behind as his Company withdrew[242] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 6 Mahoney, Thomas P Private First Class USMC 1st Battalion, 1st Marines Operation Scotland II South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Shot and killed while on patrol on Hill 881-South. His body could not be recovered due to heavy enemy fire[243] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 13 Bird, Leonard A 1st Lieutenant USMC VMFA-115 South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Radar intercept officer on F-4B #150650 hit by ground fire and crashed on a close air support mission, no ejection observed[244] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 13 Hurst, John C Captain USMC VMFA-115 South Vietnam Pilot of F-4B #150650 hit by ground fire and crashed on a close air support mission, no ejection observed[245] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 17 Cross, Ariel L 1st Lieutenant USMC VMCJ-1 South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Copilot of EF-10B #125793[246] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 17 Parra, Lionel Captain USMC VMCJ-1 South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Pilot of EF-10B #125793[247] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 18 Seablom, Earl F Private First Class US Army 34th Engineer Battalion South Vietnam, Binh Duong Province Stepped on a mine during a road-clearing operation, no recoverable remains[248] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 21 Flanagan, Sherman E Lieutenant Colonel USAF 355th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Pilot of F-100D #56-2905 hit by ground fire while attacking an anti-aircraft position, no ejection observed[249] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 21 Willing, Edward A Lance Corporal USMC 2nd Battalion 13th Marines South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Disappeared while returning to his observation post near the Tu Cau bridge[250] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 23 Gosen, Lawrence D Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-33, USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4F #154189 ditched after launch[251] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 24 Bush, John R 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Weapons system operator on F-4D #66‑7682 hit by enemy fire on a night armed reconnaissance mission and crashed inverted into the sea[252] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 24 Hackett, Harley B Captain USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4D #66‑7682 hit by enemy fire on a night armed reconnaissance mission and crashed inverted into the sea[253] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 24 Greiling, David S Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-82, USS America (CV-66) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province His A-7A was hit by enemy fire and crashed on a night armed reconnaissance mission [254] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 25 Parish, Charles C Lieutenant US Navy VF-102, USS America (CV-66) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Vinh Pilot of F-4J #155540 that was hit by enemy fire and exploded in midair on a daytime armed reconnaissance mission. The radar intercept officer Lt. Robert S. Fant ejected successfully and was captured [255] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 27 Fullerton, Frank E Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-93, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Ha Tinh Province His A-4F 154182 was shot down on a night road reconnaissance mission [256] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 27 Patton, Ward K Petty Officer US Navy YRBM-18 South Vietnam, Cho Lach Drowned while returning to his ship anchored on the My Tho River[257] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 29 Auxier, Jerry E Staff Sergeant US Army 1st Battalion, 46th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tin Province Killed by a command detonated mine, no remains recoverable[258] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 1 Fowler, Donald R E4 US Army 240th Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Song Be Province Gunner on UH-1C #66-15154 that crashed in bad weather. The wreckage was located on 6 August 1971 and partial remains of the pilot WO W Fernan were recovered[259] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 1 Russell, Peter J 1st Lieutenant US Army 240th Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Song Be Province Pilot of UH-1C #66-15154 that crashed in bad weather[260] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 1 Hastings, Steven M Sergeant US Army 240th Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Song Be Province Crew chief on UH-1C #66-15154 that crashed in bad weather[261] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 1 Ross, Joseph S 1st Lieutenant USAF 389th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66‑8822 that crashed while on a night armed reconnaissance mission[262] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 1 Thompson, William J Major USAF 389th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑8822 that crashed while on a night armed reconnaissance mission[263] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 9 Wolfkeil, Wayne B Major USAF 6th Special Operations Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Attapeu Province His A-1H spun out of control and crashed, no ejection observed[264] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 15 Hicks, Terrin D Captain USAF 14th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of RF-4C #66-0447 shot down on a photo-reconnaissance mission. Both crewmen ejected successfully and he was apparently shot while evading capture. The copilot Capt. Joseph F. Shanahan was captured[265] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 16 McElhanon, Michael O Major USAF 309th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Dong Hoi Pilot of F-100F #56-3865 lost on a Misty FAC mission[266] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 16 Overlock, John F Major USAF 309th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Copilot of F-100F #56-3865 lost on a Misty FAC mission[267] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 19 Graniela, Jose A Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Killed by sniper fire during an ambush, his body was left behind when his unit withdrew[268] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 19 Collins, Theothis Lance Corporal USMC 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Disappeared in a mine explosion while assisting in the rescue of the crew of a downed helicopter[269] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 20 Lindbloom, Charles D Photographer 2nd Class US Navy VAP-62 South Vietnam Passenger on a VAP-61 RA-3B on an R&R flight to Bangkok. The RA-3B went out of control at 25,000 ft and the 3 passengers bailed out. Only two chutes were observed and two men were recovered. At 10,000 ft the pilot recovered control of the RA-3B and flew it back to DaNang[270] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 22 Acosta-Rosario, Humberto Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 5th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Tay Ninh Province Disappeared when his unit was ambushed while on patrol in the Ben Cui Rubber Plantation[271] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 23 Bergevin, Charles L 1st Lieutenant USAF 14th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Weapons system operator on an RF-4C #66‑0466 that disappeared on a night photo-reconnaissance mission[272] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 23 Setterquist, Francis L 1st Lieutenant USAF 14th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of RF-4C #66‑0466 that disappeared on a night photo-reconnaissance mission[273] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 23 Ferguson, Walter Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 2nd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Loc Ninh Disappeared during an ambush, captured by the Vietcong he was shot while trying to excape in May 1970[274] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
August 24 Heep, William A Lieutenant US Navy VF-143, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-4B #150434 ditched after launch, the radar intercept officer Lt (LTJG) T.L. McPherson was rescued[275] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 24 Ladewig, Melvin E 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Weapons system officer on F-4D #66‑8694 that crashed while making an attack during a night strike and armed reconnaissance mission, no ejection observed[276] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 24 Read, Charles H Major USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑8694 that crashed while on a night strike and armed reconnaissance mission[277] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 27 Pick, Donald W Major USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of F-4D #66‑7531 which was hit by ground fire and crashed at sea, the weapons system officer 1Lt Samuel F Wilburn ejected successfully[278] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 28 Ashall, Alan F Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy Attack Squadron 85, USS America (CV-66) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Vinh Bombardier/navigator on A-6B #151561 lost on a night Iron Hand mission[279] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 28 Duncan, Robert R Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy Attack Squadron 85, USS America (CV-66) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Vinh Pilot of A-6B #151561 lost on a night Iron Hand mission[280] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 28 Miller, Robert C Major USAF Detachment 1, 56th Special Operations Wing Laos, Vientiane Province Pilot of T-28D that crashed in the Mekong River[281] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 28 Phillips, Elbert A Technical Sergeant USAF Detachment 1, 56th Special Operations Wing Laos, Vientiane Province Passenger on T-28D that crashed in the Mekong River[282] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 31 Bartocci, John E Lieutenant Commander US Navy VF-24, USS Hancock (CV-19) South Vietnam, South China Sea His F-8H #147897 crashed during a night carrier landing[283] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 1 Kinkade, William L 1st Lieutenant USAF 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Binh Dinh Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66‑8688 hit by ground fire on a night armed reconnaissance mission. The pilot CPT J Wilson ejected successfully and was rescued[284] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 3 Frazier, Paul R Sergeant US Army 191st Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Door gunner on UH-1C #66-66613 hit by ground fire, crashed and exploded on impact. The remains of the other crewmembers were recovered by SAR forces[285] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 5 Posey, George R Engineman/Fireman US Navy Naval Support Activity Da Nang South Vietnam, South China Sea Crewman on USS Manhattan (YTB-779), washed overboard during typhoon near Danang harbour[286] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 6 Deichelmann, Samuel M Captain USAF Detachment 1, 56th Special Operations Wing South Vietnam, Long Khanh Province Pilot of an O-1F that disappeared [287] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 8 Pridemore, Dallas R Staff Sergeant US Army D Company, 87th Infantry Regiment, 95th Military Police Battalion South Vietnam, Thu Duc District Captured by Vietcong while off duty. Last seen alive in Svay Rieng Province, Cambodia in January 1969[288] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 12 Shark, Earl E Sergeant US Army 1st Battalion, 28th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Lộc Ninh Shot and wounded during an ambush, his unit withdrew leaving him behind. When US forces returned to the area they were unable to locate his body and the Vietcong later reported that he was captured and died from his wounds[289] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
September 17 Davis, Edgar F Captain USAF 11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Weapons system operator on RF-4C #65‑0915 that was shot down on a photo-reconnaissance mission. The pilot Capt l.L. Paul ejected successfully and was rescued[290] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 24 Breiner, Stephen E Private First Class USMC 1st Combat Engineer Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Drowned while crossing the Thu Bon River[291] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 24 McConnell, Jerry Private US Army 266th Service and Supply Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Drowned while swimming in the Cua Viet River[292] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 28 Dixon, David L Machinist 3rd Class US Navy Naval Support Activity Da Nang South Vietnam, Cua Viet River Disappeared during the explosion and fire aboard an LCM-6[293] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 28 Halpin, David P Fireman US Navy Naval Support Activity Da Nang South Vietnam, Cua Viet River Disappeared during the explosion and fire aboard an LCM-6[294] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 29 Callahan, David F Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-106, USS Intrepid (CV-11) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4E #152091 crashed into the rear of the carrier while on a landing approach, dropped into the sea and sank[295] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 29 Newberry, Wayne E Captain USAF 6th Special Operations Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province His A-1H #52-135305 was hit by enemy fire on an attack run, no ejection observed[296] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 29 Olson, Barry A Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Đắk Lắk province Disappeared when the APC he was riding on top of was hit by an enemy rocket causing mines and grenades to explode[297] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 30 Fieszel, Clifford W Captain USAF 333rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of F-105F #63-8317 shot down on a Wild Weasel mission[298] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 30 Smith, Howard H Major USAF 333rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Weapons system operator on F-105F #63-8317 shot down on a Wild Weasel mission[299] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 30 Spinelli, Domenick A Lieutenant US Navy VA-196, USS Constellation (CV-64) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Navigator/bombardier on A-6A #154149 hit by a SAM while on a night armed reconnaissance mission. The remains of the pilot Lieutenant (LTJG) Larry J. VanRenselaar were returned in 1989[300] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 5 Stride, James D Staff Sergeant US Army RT Alabama, MACV-SOG Laos, Savannakhet Province Team leader of RT Alabama, killed by enemy fire shortly after insertion on a reconnaissance mission[301] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 5 Lawrence, Gregory P Sergeant USAF 37th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Laos, Savannakhet Province Flight engineer on Jolly Green 10, HH-3E #65-12782 that was shot down and exploded while extracting MACV-SOG team RT Alabama[302] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 5 Wester, Albert D Major USAF 37th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Laos, Savannakhet Province Copilot of Jolly Green 10, HH-3E #65-12782 that was shot down and exploded[303] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 10 Handrahan, Eugene A Specialist US Army 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Hau Nghia Province Wounded during an ambush he was left behind when his unit withdrew and the area was subsequently targeted with artillery fire and air support[304] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 10 Herreid, Robert D Sergeant US Army Detachment A-402, Company D, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Chau Doc Shot during an ambush he was left behind as his unit withdrew[305] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 13 Hunt, James D Lieutenant US Navy Attack Squadron 52, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Bombardier/navigator on A-6A #154141 that disappeared following an armed reconnaissance mission[306] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 13 Orell, Quinlan R Commander US Navy Attack Squadron 52, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of A-6A #154141 that disappeared following an armed reconnaissance mission[307] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 17 Mason, James P Specialist 5 US Army 1st Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on OH-6A #67-16224 that crashed after takeoff from the USS Eversole (DD-789)[308] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 21 Finley, Dickie W Private First Class US Army D Company, 58th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Đắk Lắk province Member of a long range reconnaissance patrol, left behind when his team was evacuated by helicopter[309] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 21 Knabb, Kenneth K Lieutenant US Navy VA-106, USS Intrepid (CV-11) Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Hà Tĩnh Province His A-4E #151160 was hit by enemy fire and exploded in midair[310] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 24 Tyler, George E Major USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam Pilot of F-4D #66‑0264 hit by ground fire. The weapons system operator 1Lt Darrell L Richardson ejected successfully and was rescued[311] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 25 Thompson, Benjamin A Staff Sergeant US Army 3rd Battalion, 47th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kien Hoa Province Drowned while on patrol[312] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 28 Connor, Charles R Major USMC Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 13 South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of TA-4F that disappeared while returning to Chu Lai after a Fast FAC mission over the DMZ[313] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 28 Ricker, William E Lieutenant US Navy Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 13 South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot exchange officer on TA-4F that disappeared while returning to Chu Lai after a Fast FAC mission over the DMZ[314] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 28 Stonebraker, Kenneth A Captain USAF 11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Weapons system operator on RF-4C #65‑0846 that disappeared on a photo-reconnaissance mission[315] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 28 Stroven, William H Captain USAF 11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of RF-4C #65‑0846 that disappeared on a photo-reconnaissance mission[316] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 29 Bezold, Steven N 1st Lieutenant US Army 2nd Battalion, 94th Artillery Regiment North Vietnam, Quang Binh province Observer on O-1G #57-6027 flying an artillery adjustment mission over the DMZ hit by enemy fire and crashed[317] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 29 Harrison, Donald L Captain US Army 212th Aviation Battalion North Vietnam, Quang Binh province Pilot of O-1G #57-6027 flying an artillery adjustment mission over the DMZ hit by enemy fire and crashed<[318] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 29 Hunter, James D Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Drowned while swimming[319] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 31 Swanson, Roger W Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 2nd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Tay Ninh Province Wounded during an ambush he was left behind when his unit withdrew and the area was later targeted with artillery fire[320] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 1 Kenney, Harry J Engineman Third Class US Navy River Assault Squadron 11 South Vietnam, My Tho Disappeared after a Vietcong mine exploded next to the USS Westchester County (LST-1167)[321] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 5 Simpson, James E Civilian Decca Navigation Systems Inc South Vietnam, Binh Thuan Province Captured while driving south of Phan Rang and killed while trying to escape several days later[322] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
November 6 Turner, Frederick R Lance Corporal USMC Marine Air Support Squadron 3 South Vietnam, Quang Ngai Province Killed by enemy rocket fire while on a PBR[323] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 13 Erskine, Jack D Civilian Geotronics Company South Vietnam, Binh Thuan Province Captured by Vietcong while driving a jeep on Highway 1[324] Prisoner[1]
November 15 Birchim, James D 1st Lieutenant US Army RT New Hampshire, MACV-SOG South Vietnam, Kontum Province Leader of an 8 man long-range reconnaissance patrol that was extracted by McGuire rig following an ambush. He fell from the helicopter at an altitude on 2500 feet[325] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 16 Copley, William M Specialist US Army RT Vermont, MACV-SOG Laos, Attopeu Province Shot and mortally wounded when RT Vermont was ambushed, he was left behind when his team was extracted[326] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 16 Wiechert, Robert C Major USAF 615th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea His F-100D #56‑3446 crashed at sea[327] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 17 Derby, Paul D Captain USMC VMFA-115 South Vietnam, Quang Ngai Province Pilot of F-4B #149456 shot down [328] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 25 San Francisco, Dewayne 1st Lieutenant USAF 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66-7523 shot down on an armed reconnaissance mission, both crewmen ejected successfully and contacted SAR forces[329] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 25 Morrison, Joseph C Major USAF 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of F-4D #66-7523 shot down on an armed reconnaissance mission, both crewmen ejected successfully and contacted SAR forces[330] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 27 Stuifbergen, Gene P Staff Sergeant USAF 20th Special Operations Squadron Cambodia, Ratanakiri Province Flight mechanic on UH-1F Huey #65-07942 shot down while inserting a 6-man US/ARVN Special Forces team, the helicopter crashed and burst into flames, the 2 pilots and 2 US special forces soldiers survived the crash[331] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 5 Berry, John A Warrant Officer US Army 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division South Vietnam, Tay Ninh Province Pilot of OH-6A #67-16341 hit by enemy fire crashed and burned on a low-level reconnaissance mission[332] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 5 Evans, Billy K Sergeant US Army 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division South Vietnam, Tay Ninh Province Observer/gunner on OH-6A #67-16341 hit by enemy fire crashed and burned on a low-level reconnaissance mission[333] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 6 Morales, Frank A Civilian South Vietnam Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 8 Pirruccello, Joseph S Captain USAF 602nd Special Operations Squadron Laos, Sam Neua Province His A-1E was hit by enemy fire and crashed while flying air support for a rescue mission[334] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 9 Ford, Edward Sergeant US Army B Company, 65th Engineer Battalion South Vietnam, Hau Nghia Province Member of a mine-sweeping team that detonated an anti-tank mine, no identifiable remains recovered[335] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 9 Shimek, Samuel D Specialist US Army 5th Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Binh Long Province Grenadier killed in an ambush when the 40mm grenades he was carrying were exploded by enemy fire, his body was left behind when his unit withdrew[336] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 9 Minor, Carrol W Seaman US Navy Detachment Cua Viet, Naval Support Activity Da Nang South Vietnam, Cua Viet Killed by artillery fire[337] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 11 Galbraith, Russell D Captain USAF 11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Weapons system operator on RF-4C #65-0820 shot down on a night photo reconnaissance mission, the pilot Captain Harlan Drewry ejected and was rescued by SAR forces[338] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 13 Albright, John S 1st Lieutenant USAF 606th Special Operations Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Navigator on C-123K that collided with a B-57B on a night forward air control mission, only the pilot 1Lt Thomas M. Turner escaped the aircraft[339] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 13 Clarke, Fred L Technical Sergeant USAF 606th Special Operations Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Loadmaster on C-123K that collided with a B-57B on a night forward air control mission[340] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 13 Dailey, Douglas V Staff Sergeant USAF 606th Special Operations Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Flight engineer on C-123K that collided with a B-57B on a night forward air control mission[341] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 13 Donahue, Morgan J 1st Lieutenant USAF 606th Special Operations Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Navigator on C-123K that collided with a B-57B on a night forward air control mission[342] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 13 Fanning, Joseph P 1st Lieutenant USAF 606th Special Operations Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Copilot on C-123K that collided with a B-57B on a night forward air control mission[343] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 13 Walker, Samuel F Staff Sergeant USAF 606th Special Operations Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Loadmaster on C-123K that collided with a B-57B on a night forward air control mission[344] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 13 Dugan, Thomas W Major USAF 8th Bombardment Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of B-57B that collided with a C-123K forward air control aircraft while on a night interdiction mission[345] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 13 McGouldrick, Francis J Major USAF 8th Bombardment Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Copilot of B-57B that collided with a C-123K forward air control aircraft while on a night interdiction mission[346] Listed as presumptive finding of death[1] until 6 September 2013 when his remains were identified[347]
December 20 Bouchard, Michael L Lieutenant US Navy Attack Squadron 196, USS Constellation (CV-64) Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of A-6A #154152 shot down on a night interdiction mission. The bombardier/navigator Lt Robert W. Colyar ejected and was rescued[348] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 20 Kent, Robert D Captain USMC VMFA-314 Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of F-4B #149427 shot down on a night interdiction mission[349] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 20 Morin, Richard G 1st Lieutenant USMC VMFA-314 Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Bombardier/navigator on F-4B #149427 shot down on a night interdiction mission[350] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 24 Brownlee, Charles R Major USAF 357th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province His F-105D #62-4234 was hit by enemy fire and exploded as he ejected. His body was located by SAR forces the following day but could not be recovered due to enemy fire[351] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 25 King, Charles D Airman First Class USAF 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Laos, Khammouane Province Pararescueman dropped in to recover the body of Major Charles Brownlee, he was hit by enemy fire and left behind when the rescue hoist broke as HH-3E #64-14230 evaded enemy fire[352] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 29 Scherdin, Robert F Private First Class US Army FOB 2, CCN, MACV-SOG Cambodia, Ratanakiri Province Mortally wounded during an ambush in the Tri-Border area he was left behind when his team withdrew. SFC Robert L. Howard was awarded the Medal of Honor while on an SAR mission for PFC Scherdin the following day[353] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 30 McCants, Leland S 1st Lieutenant US Army 3rd Battalion, 34th Artillery Regiment South Vietnam, Kien Hoa Province Artillery forward observer, drowned while trying to rescue a soldier who fell into a river[354] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]

1969[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
January 1 Clack, Cecil J Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Pleiku Province Drowned while on patrol[355] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 4 Lane, Mitchell S Captain USAF 188th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Khanh Hoa Province His F-100C disappeared in bad weather on a morning flight from Tuy Hoa Air Base[356] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 4 Neeld, Bobby G Major USAF 188th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Khanh Hoa Province His F-100C disappeared in bad weather on a morning flight from Tuy Hoa Air Base[357] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 7 Welsh, Larry D Staff Sergeant US Army 3rd Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Tay Ninh Province Wounded and disappeared following a Vietcong ambush[358] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 9 Byrd, Hugh M Captain US Army 220th Aviation Company, 212th Aviation Brigade South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Pilot of O-1G #51-5059 that disappeared in bad weather while returning from a visual reconnaissance mission near Khe Sanh Combat Base[359] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 9 O'Brien, Kevin 1st Lieutenant US Army 2nd Battalion, 94th Artillery Regiment South Vietnam Artillery observer on O-1G #51-5059 that disappeared while returning from a visual reconnaissance mission near Khe Sanh Combat Base[360] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 10 Sprott, Arthur R Major USAF 6th Special Operations Squadron South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province His A-1H was hit by enemy fire and crashed on a rescue mission[361] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 17 Fickler, Edwin J Captain USMC H&MS 11 South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Pilot of A-6A #152586 shot down on a night strike mission[362] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 17 Kuhlman, Robert J 1st Lieutenant USMC VMA-242 South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Bombardier/navigator on A-6A #152586 shot down on a night strike mission[363] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 17 Smith, Victor A Captain USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of F-4D #66-8773 shot down on a single aircraft Forward Air Control/visual reconnaissance mission. The weapons system operator Lt James R Fegan ejected successfully and was rescued[364] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 26 Singleton, Daniel E 1st Lieutenant USAF 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Weapons system operator on F-4E #67‑0286 hit by enemy fire, no ejection observed[365] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 26 Utley, Russel K Major USAF 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of F-4E #67‑0286 hit by enemy fire, no ejection observed[366] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 27 Conger, John E Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Long An Province Wounded and left behind when his unit was ambushed. The area was later shelled and then secured but no remains were recovered.[367] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 29 Campbell, William E Major USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Mu Gia Pass Pilot of F-4D #66-7474 shot down on a daytime bombing mission, no ejection observed[368] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 29 Holton, Robert E Captain USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Mu Gia Pass Weapons system operator on F-4D #66-7474 shot down on a daytime bombing mission, no ejection observed[369] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 5 Swigart, Paul E Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-24, USS Hancock (CV-19) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-8H #147919 crashed at sea on a non-combat flight[370] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 6 Parker, David W Corporal US Army E Company, 20th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Phu Yen Province Drowned while swimming[371] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 7 Deleidi, Richard A Captain USMC VMFA-334 South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of F-4J #155762 hit by enemy fire and crashed at sea offshore of Danang Air Base. The radar intercept officer, 1Lt J W Maxwell ejected successfully[372] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 8 Kalil, Thomas E Civilian South Vietnam Captured near Bien Hoa, he died from illness in June 1969[373] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
February 8 Wilkins, Calvin W Lance Corporal USMC 3rd Battalion 3rd Marines South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Killed by a mine while on patrol, no recoverable remains[374] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 9 Meyers, Roger A Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-164, USS Hancock (CV-19) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4E #151103 crashed into the sea on launch[375] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 11 Kroske, Harold W 1st Lieutenant US Army RT Hammer, CCS, MACV-SOG Cambodia, Kratié Province Hit by enemy fire while on patrol, he was left behind as his unit was forced to withdraw[376] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 14 Clark, Stanley S Lieutenant Colonel USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Saravane Province Pilot of F-4D #65‑0651 hit by enemy fire on a night strike mission. The weapons system operator 1Lt Gordon K Breault ejected successfully and was rescued[377] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 14 Stevens, Larry J Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-216, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Steel Tiger Laos His A-4C #149529 was hit by enemy fire and crashed on a night strike mission[378] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 15 Niedecken, William C Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-105, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Operation Steel Tiger Laos His A-7A #153181 disappeared on a night strike mission[379] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 15 Walsh, Richard A Lieutenant Colonel USAF 602d Special Operations Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Saravane Province His A-1J #52-14208 was hit by enemy fire and crashed while supporting the rescue of 1LT Gordon K Breault[380] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 16 Moore, Jerry L Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Tay Ninh Province Disappeared from his observation post following an enemy mortar attack[381] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 16 Wogan, William M Specialist US Army 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien province Disappeared following a command detonated explosion, no recoverable remains[382] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 18 Brucher, John M Captain USAF 44th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Rolling Thunder North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province His F-105D was hit by enemy fire, he ejected successfully and informed SAR forces that he was injured and hanging by his parachute from a tree. SAR forces were unable to secure the area until the following day and found his parachute empty[383] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 18 Chapman, Rodney M Lieutenant Commander US Navy VAH-10, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of KA-3B #138943 that disappeared while returning from a night refueling mission[384] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 18 Jerome, Stanley M Aviation Structural Mechanic 1st Class US Navy VAH-10, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on KA-3B #138943 that disappeared while returning from a night refueling mission[385] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 18 Schimmels, Eddie R Aviation Ordinanceman 1st Class US Navy VAH-10, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on KA-3B #138943 that disappeared while returning from a night refueling mission[386] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 20 Neislar, David P Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-21, USS Ranger (CV-61) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on F-4J #155763 which crashed into the sea on launch[387] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 1 Keller, Wendell R Major USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Pilot of F-4D #66-8814 hit by enemy fire on a night bombing mission[388] Presumptive finding of death.[1] His remains were identified in October 2012[389]
March 1 Lovegren, David E Corporal US Army 1st Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Ngai Province Passenger on UH-1H #65-10020 that crashed killing all 9 persons on board. During the recovery operation his body was dropped from the recovery helicopter[390] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 2 Bogiages, Christos Major USAF 357th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Plain of Jars His F-105D #61-0109 was hit by enemy fire, no ejection observed[391] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 2 Evans, William A Sergeant US Army RT Plumb, CCS, MACV-SOG Cambodia, Fishhook Team leader of a reconnaissance unit, he was killed by enemy fire and left behind when the position was overrun[392] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 2 May, Michael F Specialist 5 US Army RT Plumb, CCS, MACV-SOG Cambodia, Fishhook Member of a reconnaissance unit, he was killed by enemy fire and left behind when the position was overrun[393] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 3 Smith, William M Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kontum Province Disappeared after falling down an embankment while on patrol[394] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
March 6 Coleman, Jimmy L Private First Class US Army 4th Battalion, 47th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kien Hoa Province Shot and disappeared while crossing a bridge near My Tho[395] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 6 McDonnell, John T Captain US Army 4th Battalion, 77th Artillery Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Aircraft commander of AH-1G #67-15845 hit by enemy fire and crashed. The pilot Lt Ronald Greenfield was rescued from the crash site.[396] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 9 Rex, Robert F Captain USAF 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of O-2A #67-21425 that crashed on a daytime reconnaissance mission. SAR forces located their biodies in the wreckage but were unable to recover them due to enemy presence. The remains of the observer SSGT Tim L. Walters were identified in 1999[397] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 10 Luna, Carter P Lieutenant Colonel USAF 435th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of F-4D #65‑0722 hit by enemy fire, both crewmen ejected successfully and contacted SAR forces. The weapons system operator CPT Aldis P. Rutyna was later rescued[398] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 12 Robinson, Floyd H Sergeant US Army 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kontum Province Member of a 5-man reconnaissance team, he was separated from his team following an ambush[399] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 17 Armitstead, Steven R 1st Lieutenant USMC VMFA(AW)-533 Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of A-6A #154160 hit by enemy fire and crashed on a night bombing mission. The remains of the bombardier/navigator CPT Charles E. Finney were identified in 2000[400] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 17 Dinan, David T 1st Lieutenant USAF 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province His F-105 #61-0104 was hit be enemy fire and he ejected successfully. SAR forces located his body but were unable to recover it due to enemy presence[401] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 18 Murphy, Barry D Specialist 5 US Army CCS, MACV-SOG Cambodia, Fish Hook Killed when his team was ambushed on a bomb damage assessment mission, his body could not be recovered due to enemy fire[402] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 20 Davis, Ricardo G Sergeant First Class US Army RT Copperhead, CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Saravane Province Killed by enemy fire during an ambush, his body was left behind due to enemy presence[403] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 24 Bowers, Richard L Captain US Army Advisory Team 71, MACV Advisers South Vietnam Disappeared after the ARVN base at Tam Soc was overrun[404] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 25 Herrera, Frederick D Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kontum Province Disappeared after becoming separated from his unit while on a road interdiction mission[405] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 25 Hicks, Prentice W Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kontum Province Wounded and then disappeared after becoming separated from his unit while on a road interdiction mission[406] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 25 Roberts, Richard D Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kontum Province Disappeared after becoming separated from his unit while on a road interdiction mission[407] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 27 Czerwiec, Raymond G Sergeant US Army 3rd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kontum Province Disappeared when his unit was attacked on a reconnaissance patrol and forced to withdraw[408] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 28 Belcher, Robert A Major USAF 389th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Pilot of F-4D #66-8764 hit by enemy fire on a close air support mission, no ejection observed[409] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 28 Miller, Michael A 1st Lieutenant USAF 389th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Quang Tri province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66-8764 hit by enemy fire on a close air support mission, no ejection observed[410] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 29 Hess, Frederick W 1st Lieutenant USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66-8809 hit by enemy fire on a defoliation mission. The pilot Captain W. J. Popendorf ejected successfully and was rescued[411] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 30 Latimer, Clarence A Specialist US Army 3rd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kontum Province Wounded and left behind when his unit was forced to withdraw while trying to receover bodies of soldiers killed several days previously[412] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 2 Powers, Lowell S Warrant Officer 1 US Army 159th Assault Helicopter Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Copliot of CH-47 #67-18523 that crashed on liftoff with 73 ARVN on board, the aircraft exploded and caught fire. No recoverable remains[413] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 12 De Soto, Ernest L Major USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑8766 that disappared on a bombing mission[414] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 12 Hall, Frederick M 1st Lieutenant USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam Weapons system operator on F-4D #66‑8766 that disappared on a bombing mission[415] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 13 Pierson, William C Warrant Officer US Army 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Copilot of AH-1G #67-15677 that disintegrated in middair during a gun run. The remains of the pilot Capt. Alvie J. Ledford were recovered 7 days later[416] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 16 Konyu, William M Warrant Officer US Army B Company, 101st Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Pilot of UH-1D #66-16343 hit by enemy fire, crashed and burned. His remains later disappeared from the wreckage[417] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 17 Willett, Robert V 1st Lieutenant USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Saravane Province His F-100D was hit by enemy fire on a night bombing mission[418] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 18 Ellis, Randall S Specialist US Army 1st Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam Medic wounded and then disappeared while awaiting medical evacuation[419] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 22 Scott, Vincent C 1st Lieutenant USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos Weapons system operator on F-4D #65‑0649hit by enemy fire[420] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 22 Van Cleave, Walter S Lieutenant Colonel USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos Pilot of F-4D #65‑0649hit by enemy fire[421] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 24 Shriver, Jerry M Sergeant First Class US Army CCS, MACV-SOG Cambodia, Fish Hook Wounded and disappeared during a raid on the suspected location of COSVN[422] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 2 Mascari, Phillip L 1st Lieutenant USAF 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Saravane Province Pilot of O-2A that disappeared on a forward air control mission[423] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 8 Brashear, William J Major USAF 559th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Saravane Province Pilot of F-4C #64‑0805 hit by enemy fire, both crewmen ejected successfully, but one parachute failed to deploy properly. One crewman contacted SAR forces but contact was lost before a rescue could begin[424] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 8 Mundt, Henry G 1st Lieutenant USAF 559th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Saravane Province Weapons system operator on F-4C #64‑0805 hit by enemy fire, both crewmen ejected successfully, but one parachute failed to deploy properly. One crewman contacted SAR forces but contact was lost before a rescue could begin[425] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 10 Walters, William Private First Class US Army 92nd Engineer Battalion South Vietnam, Saigon Operator of a barge-mounted crane that fell into the Saigon River[426] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 11 Ryan, William C 1st Lieutenant USMC VMFA-115 Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Radar intercept officer on F-4B #15288 hit by enemy fire. The pilot 1LT Gary Bain ejected successfully and was rescued[427] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 13 Bessor, Bruce C 1st Lieutenant US Army 219th Aviation Company, 223rd Aviation Battalion Laos, Sekong Province Pilot of O-1G #51-16959 that disappeared while conducting a radio relay mission for a MACV-SOG patrol[428] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 13 Scott, Mike J Sergeant First Class US Army CCC, MACV-SOG Laos, Sekong Province Observer on O-1G #51-16959 that disappeared while conducting a radio relay mission for a MACV-SOG patrol[429] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 13 Brooks, John H Specialist US Army 129th Aviation Company, 268th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Binh Dinh Province Crew chief on a UH-1H #67-17399 that was shot down while inserting ROKA troops. SAR forces inspected the wreckage the following day, but could not locate his body[430] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 13 Masuda, Robert S Specialist US Army 1st Battalion, 508th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Binh Duong Province Leader of a 2-man machine gun team that disappeared while providing cover for a reconnaissance in force mission[431] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 13 Munoz, David L Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 508th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Binh Duong Province Member of a 2-man machine gun team that disappeared while providing cover for a reconnaissance in force mission[432] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 17 Stewart, Virgil G 1st Lieutenant USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Weapons system operator on F-4D hit by enemy fire near the Mu Gia Pass. He ejected successfully and contacted SAR forces, a pararescueman was lowered to his position and found him dead, but was unable to recover his body due to enemy fire[433] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 18 Cudlike, Charles J Specialist US Army 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment Operation Apache Snow South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Wounded during a firefight, he was being medevaced when the helicopter took off quickly due to enemy fire and he was hanging on to the helicopter skid, he lost his grip and fell from an altitude of 500 feet[434] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 23 Benton, Gregory R Private First Class USMC 1st Battalion, 9th Marines South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Disappeared when his position was overrun[435] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 23 Ramirez, Armando Specialist 5 US Army 155th Assault Helicopter Company, 10th Aviation Battalion Cambodia, Kratié Province Crew chief on UH-1H #68-15392 shot down while inserting a MACV-SOG team. All crewmebers were killed and his body was pinned under the wreckage and could not be recovered.[436] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 24 Manske, Charles J Captain USAF 355th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea His F-100D was hit by enemy fire and crashed at sea offshore of Phu Yen Province[437] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 24 Montez, Anastacio Sergeant First Class US Army Detachment B-20, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Kontum Province Killed when his MIKE Force unit was attacked by enemy forces, his body was unable to be recovered[438] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 25 Weitz, Monek Private USMC 1st Battalion 12th Marines South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Artillery forward observer killed when enemy mortar fire hit an ammunition dump causing a secondary explosion, no recoverable remains[439] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 25 Williams, Leroy C Private First Class USMC 1st Battalion 3rd Marines South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Killed when enemy mortar fire hit an ammunition dump causing a secondary explosion, no recoverable remains[440] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 13 Story, James C Private US Army 512th Transportation Company, 54th Transport Battalion South Vietnam, Pleiku Driver of an ammunition truck hit by enemy fire causing a secondary explosion, no recoverable remains[441] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 13 Ward, Neal C 1st Lieutenant USAF 602nd Special Operations Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos His A-1 was short down[442] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 14 Grace, James W Captain USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑7574 hit by enemy fire, both crewmen ejected successfully. While being rescued, the helicopter hit a tree and he fell from the jungle penetrator from a height of 300 feet. The weapons system operator 1LT Wayne Karas was rescued.[443] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 14 Kahler, Harold Major USAF 354th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos His F-105 #60-5381 crashed into a cliff on a bombing run[444] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 17 Sparks, Donald L Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tin Province Point man on a patrol that was ambushed, he was seen to be hit be enemy fire, but his body could not be recovered. When friendly forces secured the area the next day they were unable to locate his body[445] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 22 Roberson, John W Private First Class US Army 4th Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Binh Tuy province Drowned while on patrol[446] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 23 Sage, Leland C 1st Lieutenant US Navy Attack Squadron 144, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province His A-4E #152029 hit the ground on a night bombing mission[447] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 27 Jablonski, Michael J Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 47th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Kien Hoa Province Drowned while on patrol[448] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 2 Fransen, Albert M Engineman Third Class US Navy PCF-87, TF-115 Operation Market Time South Vietnam, South China Sea Killed by a mortar round exploding prematurely on a night fire mission offshore of Khanh Hoa Province, his body was blown into the water and lost during recovery[449] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 4 Fallon, Patrick M Colonel USAF HQ Squadron, 56th Special Operations Wing Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province His A-1 was hit by enemy fire and he ejected successfully. His last radio contact advised that he was wounded and surrounded by enemy forces[450] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 8 Andre, Howard V Major USAF 609th Special Operations Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Navigator on A-26A #64-17646 hit by enemy fire and crashed on a night armed reconnaissance mission [451] Listed as killed in action, body not recovered,[1] until April 2013 when his remains were identified[452]
July 8 Sizemore, James E Major USAF 609th Special Operations Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Pilot of A-26A #64-17646 hit by enemy fire and crashed on a night armed reconnaissance mission [453] Listed as killed in action, body not recovered[1] until April 2013 when his remains were identified[454]
July 12 Bannon, Paul W Major USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos Pilot of F-4D #66-7697 that disappeared in bad weather on a Fast-FAC mission[455] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 12 Pike, Peter X 1st Lieutenant USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos Weapons system operator on F-4D #66-7697 that disappeared in bad weather on a Fast-FAC mission[456] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 14 Butler, Dewey R Private First Class US Army C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam Door gunner on UH-1B #62-02063 that collided in mid-air with an OH-6 and crashed in flames killing the entire crew. SAR forces secure the wreckage the following day but his remains were believed to have been taken by animals[457] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 15 Walker, Michael S Captain USAF 389th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Salavan Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑7603 that crashed on a night bombing mission. The remains of the weapons system operator 1LT Harmon Polster were returned in 2007[458] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 16 Dawson, James V Captain USAF 416th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea His F-100 crashed at sea offshore of Tuy Hoa Air Base[459] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 20 Smiley, Stanley K Lieutenant US Navy VA-23, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Salavan Province His A-4E #154993 hit the ground on an attack run[460] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 26 Brenning, Richard D Lieutenant US Navy VA-112, USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4C #147833 crashed on launch and he was unable to be rescued[461] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 31 Burns, Michael P Specialist US Army CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Salavan Province Severely wounded and left behind when his reconnaissance team was ambushed while awaiting helicopter extraction[462] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 31 Neal, Dennis P Captain US Army CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Salavan Province Severely wounded and left behind when his reconnaissance team was ambushed while awaiting helicopter extraction[463] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 1 Burd, Douglas G 1st Lieutenant USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Quang Ngai Province Weapons system operator on F-4E #67‑0323 hit by enemy fire[464] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 1 Callies, Tommy L Captain USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Quang Ngai Province Pilot of F-4E #67‑0323 hit by enemy fire[465] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 2 Talken, George F Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-37, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-7A #153185 crashed at sea on approach to the carrier[466] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 9 Beck, Edward E Private First Class USMC 1st Battalion, 13th Marines South Vietnam, Danang Harbour Disappeared from the USS Belle Grove (LSD-2)[467] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 9 Janousek, Ronald J 1st Lieutenant USMC HML-367 Laos, Salavan Province Copilot of UH-1E #155339 hit by enemy fire and crashed in flames into a river during an emergency extraction mission. The pilot MAJ Thomas B Hill and the crew chief LCPL John O Dean were rescued[468] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 9 Kane, Bruce E Corporal USMC HML-367 Laos, Salavan Province Door gunner on UH-1E #155339 hit by enemy fire and crashed in flames into a river[469] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 10 Mickelsen, William E Lieutenant US Navy VA-144, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4E #151131 crashed into the carrier during a night landing and the wreckage fell into the sea[470] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 13 Hansen, Lester A Chief Warrant Officer US Army 170th Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Kontum Province Pilot of UH-1C hit by enemy fire and crash-landed, the crew was evacuated by another helicopter and he was only able to hang onto a skid and he later fell from a height of at least 100 feet[471] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 19 Bohlig, James R 1st Lieutenant USMC VMFA-115 South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of F-4B #151012 that disappeared while returning from a night strike mission over Quang Tin Province[472] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 19 Morrissey, Richard T Captain USMC VMFA-115 South Vietnam, South China Sea Radar intercept operator on F-4B #151012 that disappeared while returning from a night strike mission over Quang Tin Province[473] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 19 Smith, Robert N Lieutenant Colonel USMC VMFA-542 North Vietnam, Quang Binh Province Pilot of F-4B #149416 that disappeared while escorting a photo reconnaissance mission. The remains of the radar intercept officer Capt. John N. Flanigan were returned in 1989[474] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 29 Graf, Albert S Lieutenant USMC VMFA-542 South Vietnam, Que Son District Radar intercept officer on F-4B #153041 hit by enemy fire [475] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 29 Zimmer, Jerry A Captain USMC VMFA-542 South Vietnam, Que Son District Pilot of F-4B #153041 hit by enemy fire [476] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 1 Escobedo, Julian Lance Corporal USMC HMH-361 South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Crewman on CH-53A #153282 that crashed, the bodies of the other 4 crewmen were recovered on 3 September[477] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 11 Helwig, Roger D Captain USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑7530shot down on a bombing mission. The remains of the weapons system operator Capt Roger H. Stearns were returned in 1990[478] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 16 Trampski, Donald J Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 14th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Pleiku Province Drowned while on patrol[479] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 18 Cline, Curtis R Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Pleiku Province Drowned while on patrol[480] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 21 Cecil, Alan B Specialist 5 US Army RT Moccasin, CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Savannakhet Province His reconnaissance team was ambushed shortly after insertion and he was shot and killed, his body was left behind as the remaining team members evacuated[481] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 21 Jackson, James W Private First Class USMC L Company, 3rd Battalion 4th Marines South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Wounded during an ammunition explosion at FSB Russell, he was medevaced to the 3rd Medical Battalion hospital at Quang Tri but disappeared before arriving at hospital[482] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 27 Huntley, John N Private First Class US Army 57th Assault Helicopter Company Laos, Attapeu Province Door gunner on UH-1H #68-15558hit by enemy fire while extracting an MACV-SOG team, the helicopter crash-landed and his body was pinned under the wreckage which then caught fire[483] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Beck, Terry L Aviation Structural Mechanic 3rd Class US Navy VF-143, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation on a flight from Naval Air Station Cubi Point[484] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Bell, Richard W Aviation Electronics Technician 3rd Class US Navy VF-142, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[485] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Bowman, Michael L Aviation Support Equipment Technician 3rd Class US Navy VA-27, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[486] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Bytheway, Frank L Civilian Collins Radio North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[487] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Dayao, Rolando C Personnelman 1st Class US Navy USS Walke (DD-723) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[488] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Dean, Donald C Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class US Navy VAW-113, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[489] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Dilger, Herbert H Lieutenant US Navy VRC-50 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[490] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Ellerd, Carl J Aviation Structural Mechanic 2nd Class US Navy VA-97, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[491] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Fowler, James J Aviation Electrician 2nd Class US Navy VF-143, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[492] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Fowler, Roy G Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class US Navy USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[493] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Gan, Leonardo M Chief Yeoman US Navy USS Walke (DD-723) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[494] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Gore, Paul E Machinist 1st Class US Navy USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[495] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Gorsuch, William D Aviation Boatswain 3rd Class US Navy USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[496] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Hill, Rayford J Aviation Structural Mechanic 3rd Class US Navy VRC-50 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[497] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Kohler, Delvin L Aviation Structural Mechanic 3rd Class US Navy VF-142, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[498] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Koslosky, Howard M Airman US Navy VF-142, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[499] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Leonard, Robert B Fire Control Technician 2nd Class US Navy USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[500] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Livingston, Richard A Lieutenant US Navy VRC-50 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[501] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Montgomery, Ronald W Aviation Fire Control Technician 2nd Class US Navy VF-143, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[502] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Moore, William R Machinist 2nd Class US Navy USS Long Beach (CGN-9) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[503] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Moser, Paul K Aviation Machinist 3rd Class US Navy VRC-50 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[504] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Prentice, Kenneth M Aviation Machinist 2nd Class US Navy VF-142, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[505] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Salazar, Fidel G Steward 2nd Class US Navy VAQ-133, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[506] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Terrell, Keavin L Data Systems Technician 3rd Class US Navy USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[507] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Tye, Michael J Aviation Machinist 3rd Class US Navy VRC-50 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[508] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 2 Viado, Reynaldo R Stewardsman US Navy USS Hamner (DD-718) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152796 that crashed on approach to the USS Constellation[509] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 3 Cunningham, Kenneth L Private US Army 225th Aviation Company South Vietnam, Kontum Province Observer on OV-1C #61-02679 that crashed into a mountain on an afternoon reconnaissance mission. SAR forces were unable to investigate the wreckage[510] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 3 Graffe, Paul L 1st Lieutenant US Army 225th Aviation Company South Vietnam, Kontum Province Pilot of OV-1C #61-02679 that crashed into a mountain on an afternoon reconnaissance mission[511] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 8 Altizer, Albert H Private First Class US Army 2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Phuoc Binh Province Drowned when a boat he was riding in on patrol capsized[512] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 8 Watkins, Robert J Chief Warrant Officer US Army D Company, 158th Assault Helicopter Battalion Laos, Salavan Province Copilot of AH-1G that crash-landed while making an emergency night landing, the pilot Capt. Robert T. Andrews confirmed that Watkins was dead and was rescued 5 days later[513] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 9 Driver, Dallas A Sergeant US Army 5th Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Passenger on UH-1H #63-08826 that hit terrain and crashed into the Dong Nai River, where it is believed he drowned[514] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 9 Garbett, Jimmy R Sergeant US Army 5th Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Passenger on UH-1H #63-08826 that hit terrain and crashed into the Dong Nai River, where it is believed he drowned[515] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 9 Moore, Raymond G Sergeant US Army 5th Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Passenger on UH-1H #63-08826 that hit terrain and crashed into the Dong Nai River, where it is believed he drowned[516] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 9 Suydam, James L Sergeant US Army 5th Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Passenger on UH-1H #63-08826 that hit terrain and crashed into the Dong Nai River, where it is believed he drowned[517] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 9 Turner, James H Specialist 5 US Army 118th Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Door gunner on UH-1H #63-08826 that hit terrain and crashed into the Dong Nai River, where it is believed he drowned[518] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 10 Maxwell, Calvin W Captain US Army HHB, 6th Battalion, 14th Field Artillery South Vietnam, Kontum Province Observer on O-1G #51-11942 that crashed into a river on a daytime reconnaissance mission. SAR forces later located the wreckage but were unable to locate any bodies[519] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 10 Weisner, Franklin L Captain US Army 219th Aviation Company South Vietnam, Kontum Province Pilot of O-1G #51-11942 that crashed into a river on a daytime reconnaissance mission. SAR forces later located the wreckage but were unable to locate any bodies[520] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 16 Booth, Lawrence R Captain US Army 131st Aviation Company Laos, Bolikhamsai Province Pilot of OV-1C lost on a night reconnaissance mission[521] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 16 Rattin, Dennis M Specialist US Army 131st Aviation Company Laos, Bolikhamsai Province Observer on OV-1C lost on a night reconnaissance mission[522] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 20 Stubbs, William W Staff Sergeant US Army RT California CCC, MACV-SOG Laos, Attapeu Province Killed in an ambush, his body was left behind when the team withdrew under enemy fire[523] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 21 Cook, Glenn R 1st Lieutenant USAF 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron South Vietnam, Tuyen Duc Province Pilot of O-2A shot down on a FAC mission. The remains of the observer Major John Espenshied were returned in 1989[524] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 26 Bynum, Neil S 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Ban Karai Pass Weapons system operator on F-4D #65-0751 that crashed into the ground on a rocket run[525] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 26 Warren, Gray D Captain USAF 435th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Ban Karai Pass Pilot of F-4D #65-0751 that crashed into the ground on a rocket run[526] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 27 Herrick, James W 1st Lieutenant USAF 602nd Special Operations Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province His A-1H crashed on an armed reconnaissance mission[527] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 31 Gauthier, Dennis L Private First Class US Army 3rd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Pleiku Province Killed during a patrol, his body was left behind as his unit engaged enemy forces and later disappeared[528] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 1 Partington, Roger D Captain USMC HMH-361 South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of CH-53A #152394 that exploded inflight and crashed at sea offshore of Marble Mountain Air Facility[529] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 2 Carroll, Patrick H 1st Lieutenant USAF 416th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Attapeu Province Copliot/Observer on F-100F #56-3796 that disappeared on a Misty FAC mission[530] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 2 Whitford, Lawrence W Lieutenant Colonel USAF 416th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Attapeu Province Pilot of F-100F #56-3796 that disappeared on a Misty FAC mission[531] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 2 Norton, Michael R Private First Class US Army 5th Battalion, 27th Artillery Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Duc Province Disappeared when his unit came under fire while withdrawing from a forward artillery base[532] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 4 Alford, Terry L Warrant Officer US Army 281st Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam Pilot of UH-1H #67-19512 that disappeared in bad weather on an evening flight to Nha Trang[533] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 4 Cavender, Jim R Warrant Officer US Army 281st Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam Copilot of UH-1H #67-19512 that disappeared in bad weather on an evening flight to Nha Trang[534] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 4 Klimo, James R Specialist US Army 281st Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam Gunner on UH-1H #67-19512 that disappeared in bad weather on an evening flight to Nha Trang[535] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 4 Ware, John A Specialist US Army 281st Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam Crew Chief on UH-1H #67-19512 that disappeared in bad weather on an evening flight to Nha Trang[536] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 4 Hanley, Larry J Captain USAF 357th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos His F-105D #59-1734 was hit by enemy fire[537] Listed as presumptive finding of death[1] until March 2013 when his remains were identified[538]
November 5 Echanis, Joseph Y Captain USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66‑7748 lost on a night FAC mission[539] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 5 Lefever, Douglas P Captain USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑7748 lost on a night FAC mission[540] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 12 Bodahl, Jon K Captain USAF 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Pilot of F-4E #67-0219 hit by enemy fire while supporting a night rescue mission, no ejection observed[541] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 12 Smith, Harry W Captain USAF 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Weapons system operator on F-4E #67-0219 hit by enemy fire while supporting a night rescue mission, no ejection observed[542] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 12 Helmich, Gerald R Major USAF 6th Special Operations Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos Pilot of A-1H #52-139821 shot down while supporting rescue efforts for F-4E #67-0219, no ejection observed [543] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 13 Ray, Ronald E Staff Sergeant US Army RT Rattler, CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Savannakhet Province Killed when his reconnaissance team was ambushed and overrun[544] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 13 Suber, Randolph B Sergeant US Army RT Rattler, CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Savannakhet Province Killed when his reconnaissance team was ambushed and overrun[545] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 15 Graf, John G Lieutenant Commander US Navy Naval Advisory Group South Vietnam, Bà Rịa Observer on OV-1C Mohawk aircraft #61-2690 hit by enemy fire on a visual reconnaissance misison, both crewmen ejected successfully and were captured. The pilot Capt Robert White later reported that Graf had apparently drowned while attempting to escape in January 1970[546] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 20 Baldridge, John R 1st Lieutenant USAF 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Sekong Province Pilot of O-2A hit by enemy fire on a visual reconnaissance mission. SAR forces located the wreckage quickly but no bodies were seen[547] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 20 Renelt, Walter A Lieutenant Colonel USAF 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Sekong Province Instructor pilot of O-2A hit by enemy fire on a visual reconnaissance mission. SAR forces located the wreckage quickly but no bodies were seen[548] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 22 Collins, Richard F Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-196, USS Ranger (CV-61) Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of A-6A #155607 lost on a night armed reconnaissance mission [549] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 22 Quinn, Michael E Lieutenant US Navy VA-196, USS Ranger (CV-61) Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Bombardier/navigator on A-6A #155607 lost on a night armed reconnaissance mission [550] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 22 Deuter, Richard C Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-196, USS Ranger (CV-61) Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Bombardier/navigator on A-6A #155613 that suffered structural failure on a bombing run. The pilot CDR L W Richards ejected successfully and was rescued[551] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 23 Jones, Grayland Private First Class US Army 128th Signal Company South Vietnam, Cam Ranh Bay Drowned while swimming[552] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 24 White, James B Captain USAF 357th Tactical Fighte Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province His F-105D crashed in low cloud during a bombing mission[553] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 1 Rogers, Billy L Seaman US Navy USS Ranger (CV-61) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin [554] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 16 Buckley, Victor P Lieutenant US Navy VFP-63, USS Hancock (CV-19) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His RF-8A was hit by enemy fire on a reconnaissance mission and crashed at sea[555] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 22 Burris, Donald D Warrant Officer US Army 57th Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Pilot of UH-1C #66-00587 that crashed due to mechanical problems. SAR forces arrived and they were being evacuated by helicopter using a McGuire rig when he fell from a height of approximately 2500 feet[556] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 22 Kennedy, James E Specialist US Army 57th Assault Helicopter Company Cambodia, Ratanakiri Province Door gunner on UH-1C #66-00587 that crashed due to mechanical problems, he disappeared from the crash site and SAR forces were unable to locate him[557] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 26 Trowbridge, Dustin C Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-35, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Bombardier/navigator on A-6A #152891 that crashed on final approach due to mechanical failure, both crewman ejected but their parachutes did not have time to deploy. The body of the pilot LTJG Walter H Kosky was recovered[558] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 30 Featherston, Fielding W Captain USAF 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑7590 that hit the ground on a bombing run, no ejection observed[559] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 30 Ferguson, Douglas D 1st Lieutenant USAF 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66‑7590 that hit the ground on a bombing run, no ejection observed[560] Listed as presumptive finding of death[1] until April 2014 when his remains were identified[561]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm cn co cp cq cr cs ct cu cv cw cx cy cz da db dc dd de df dg dh di dj dk dl dm dn do dp dq dr ds dt du dv dw dx dy dz ea eb ec ed ee ef eg eh ei ej ek el em en eo ep eq er es et eu ev ew ex ey ez fa fb fc fd fe ff fg fh fi fj fk fl fm fn fo fp fq fr fs ft fu fv fw fx fy fz ga gb gc gd ge gf gg gh gi gj gk gl gm gn go gp gq gr gs gt gu gv gw gx gy gz ha hb hc hd he hf hg hh hi hj hk hl hm hn ho hp hq hr hs ht hu hv hw hx hy hz ia ib ic id ie if ig ih ii ij ik il im in io ip iq ir is it iu iv iw ix iy iz ja jb jc jd je jf jg jh ji jj jk jl jm jn jo jp jq jr js jt ju jv jw jx jy jz ka kb kc kd ke kf kg kh ki kj kk kl km kn ko kp kq kr ks kt ku kv kw kx ky kz la lb lc ld le lf lg lh li lj lk ll lm ln lo lp lq lr ls lt lu lv lw lx ly lz ma mb mc md me mf mg mh mi mj mk ml mm mn mo mp mq mr ms mt mu mv mw mx my mz na nb nc nd ne nf ng nh ni nj nk nl nm nn no np nq nr ns nt nu nv nw nx ny nz oa ob oc od oe of og oh oi oj ok ol om on oo op oq or os ot ou ov ow ox oy oz pa pb pc pd pe pf pg ph pi pj pk pl pm pn po pp pq pr ps pt pu pv pw px py pz qa qb qc qd qe qf qg qh qi qj qk ql qm qn qo qp qq qr qs qt qu qv qw qx qy qz ra rb rc rd re rf rg rh ri rj rk rl rm rn ro rp rq rr rs rt ru rv rw rx ry rz sa sb sc sd se sf sg sh si sj sk sl sm sn so sp sq sr ss st su sv sw sx sy sz ta tb tc td te tf tg th ti tj tk tl tm tn to tp tq tr ts tt tu tv tw tx ty tz ua ub uc ud "U.S. Unaccounted-For from the Vietnam War Prisoners of War, Missing in Action and Killed in Action/Body not Recovered (Sorted by Name)". Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office. 22 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "James Dennison, CDR". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "LT Terence Higgins Hanley". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 October 2012. 
  4. ^ "Henry Herrin, PHCS". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 October 2012. 
  5. ^ "SSG Billy Joe Ellis". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  6. ^ "SSG Kenneth Ray Lancaster". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  7. ^ "1LT James Marvin Stone". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  8. ^ "SSG Robert Steven Trujillo". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  9. ^ "MAJ Hallie William Smith". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  10. ^ "Norman Green, COL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  11. ^ "CAPT Wayne Charles Irsch". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  12. ^ "SSG Warren Emery Newton". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  13. ^ "James Phipps, CWO". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  14. ^ "CWO Rainer Sylvester Ramos". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  15. ^ "SSG Richard Raymond Rehe". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  16. ^ "SSG Derri Sykes". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  17. ^ "SFC James Derwin Cohron". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  18. ^ "Orval Skarman". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  19. ^ "LT Orville Dale Cooley". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  20. ^ "AO3 William Henry Reedy". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  21. ^ "LCDR William Joseph Thompson". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  22. ^ "CAPT Paul Stuart Gee". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  23. ^ "MAJ William David Moreland". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  24. ^ "COL Robert Frederick Wilke". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  25. ^ "LTJG Warren William Boles". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  26. ^ "LTJG Ronald L Roehrich". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  27. ^ "William Johnson, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 October 2012. 
  28. ^ "LTC Tilden Stewart Holley". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 October 2012. 
  29. ^ "CAPT James Alan ketterer". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 October 2012. 
  30. ^ "SSG Echol W Coalston". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 October 2012. 
  31. ^ "Jerry Elliott, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 October 2012. 
  32. ^ "Billy Hill, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 October 2012. 
  33. ^ "LCDR Gerald Lee Ramsden". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 October 2012. 
  34. ^ "Robert Cordova, FA". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 October 2012. 
  35. ^ "CAPT James Dale Mills". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 October 2012. 
  36. ^ "SMAJ Charles Edward White". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 31 October 2012. 
  37. ^ "Cocheo, Richard N". POW Network. Retrieved 31 October 2012. 
  38. ^ "SFC Richard Joseph Lacey". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 31 October 2012. 
  39. ^ "Betty Ann Olsen". Christian and Missionary Alliance. Retrieved 31 October 2012. 
  40. ^ "SFC Charles Leroy Adkins". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 31 October 2012. 
  41. ^ "LTC Donald Dawson Burnham". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 31 October 2012. 
  42. ^ "SSG Kenneth James Patton". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 31 October 2012. 
  43. ^ "SMAJ Joe Harold Pringle". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 31 October 2012. 
  44. ^ "SFC Joseph David Puggi". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 31 October 2012. 
  45. ^ "PFC Marion Earl Wilson". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 31 October 2012. 
  46. ^ "CWO2 Solomon Hughey Godwin". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  47. ^ "MAJ Hallie William Smith". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  48. ^ "CAPT William Tod Potter". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  49. ^ "Additional case details on Edgar, Robert John". Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  50. ^ "AXCS Donald Frederic Burnett". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  51. ^ "AX3 Armando Chapa". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  52. ^ "AX3 William Farrell Farris". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  53. ^ "AOC Donald Louis Gallagher". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  54. ^ "Roy Huss, LTJG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  55. ^ "LT Thomas Paul Jones". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  56. ^ "AMH2 Homer Eugene McKay". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  57. ^ "ADR1 James Clifford Newman". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  58. ^ "Melvin Thompson, AE1". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  59. ^ "LTJG Lynn Michael Travis". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  60. ^ "James Holt, MCG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  61. ^ "Daniel Phillips, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  62. ^ "James George, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  63. ^ "Harry Brown, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  64. ^ "Wade Groth, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  65. ^ "Alan Gunn, CWO". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  66. ^ "Jerry Roe, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  67. ^ "CDR Joseph Patrick Dunn". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  68. ^ "SP4 Ismael Laureano-Lopez". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  69. ^ "CAPT George Lawrence Hubler". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  70. ^ "CAPT Paul LLoyd Milius". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  71. ^ "COL Thomas Thawson Wright". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  72. ^ "Fallen pilot laid to rest after 43 years". United States Air Force. 7 November 2011. Archived from the original on 12 December 2012. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  73. ^ "CDR Henry Albert Coons". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  74. ^ "LCDR Thomas Stegman". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  75. ^ "SFC Robert William Hunt". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  76. ^ "Richard Lannom, LT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  77. ^ "CDR Thomas Edwin Scheurich". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  78. ^ "MAJ John Thomas Welshan". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  79. ^ "CPL Gary Lewis Colombo". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  80. ^ "LCDR Gilbert Louis Mitchell". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  81. ^ "LTC Clarence Finley Blanton". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  82. ^ "Airman missing from Vietnam War identified". Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office (Public Affairs). 11 September 2012. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  83. ^ "MSGT James Henry Calfee". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  84. ^ "SSGT James Woodrow Davis". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  85. ^ "SSGT Henry gerald Gish". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  86. ^ "TSGT Willis Rozelle Hall". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  87. ^ "Melvin Holland, TSGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  88. ^ "Herbert Kirk, SSGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  89. ^ "David Price, SGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  90. ^ "TSGT Donald kenneth Springsteadah". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  91. ^ "SSGT Don Franklin Worley". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  92. ^ "MAJ Ronald Dale Bond". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 November 2012. 
  93. ^ "Porter Calloway, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 November 2012. 
  94. ^ "LCDR John Gary Griffith". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 November 2012. 
  95. ^ "CDR Glenn Edward Kollman". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  96. ^ "Edward Rogers, PFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  97. ^ "MAJ Joseph Henry Byrne". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  98. ^ "LTC Guy Fletcher Collins". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  99. ^ "Cleveland Evans, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  100. ^ "Steven Heitman, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  101. ^ "Jimmy Watson, CWO". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  102. ^ "CAPT James Edward Hamm". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  103. ^ "David Erickson, SGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  104. ^ "SGT Edward L Krausman". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  105. ^ "ADRAN Thomas David Barber". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  106. ^ "Lee Benson, LTJG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  107. ^ "CDR Donald Richard Hubbs". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  108. ^ "AX2 Randall John Nightingale". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  109. ^ "MAJ Thomas Truett Hensley". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  110. ^ "SSG James Michael Ray". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  111. ^ "PFC Jerrold Allen Switzer". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  112. ^ "Victor Romero, CMS". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  113. ^ "Allen Fellows, COL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  114. ^ "MAJ Peter Dean Hesford". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  115. ^ "MAJ Aubrey Eugene Stowers". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  116. ^ "LTC Donavan Loren Lyon". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  117. ^ "SP4 Ian Jack Franks". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 10 November 2012. 
  118. ^ "MAJ Masaki Hattori". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 10 November 2012. 
  119. ^ "Frankie Allgood, LTC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 10 November 2012. 
  120. ^ "Richard Evancho, LCPL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 10 November 2012. 
  121. ^ "CPL Larry Edward Green". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 10 November 2012. 
  122. ^ "LCPL Ernest Claney Kerr". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 10 November 2012. 
  123. ^ "CPL Glenn William Mowrey". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 10 November 2012. 
  124. ^ "SP4 Richard Eugene Lomax". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 November 2012. 
  125. ^ "James Badley, 1LT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 November 2012. 
  126. ^ "Richard Whitteker, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 November 2012. 
  127. ^ "Johnny Calhoun, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 November 2012. 
  128. ^ "Alan Boyer, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 November 2012. 
  129. ^ "SSG Charles Gregory Huston". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 November 2012. 
  130. ^ "CAPT Dennis Lee Graham". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 10 November 2012. 
  131. ^ "COL Henry Elmer MacCann". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 10 November 2012. 
  132. ^ "SSG Christopher Andrew Grosse". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 November 2012. 
  133. ^ "SSG Walter Alan Cichon". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 November 2012. 
  134. ^ "1LT Leslie Berkley Sayre". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 November 2012. 
  135. ^ "SP4 Quinten Emile Mulleavey". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 November 2012. 
  136. ^ "MAJ Ronald Reuel Rexroad". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 November 2012. 
  137. ^ "James Thomas, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 November 2012. 
  138. ^ "Steve Trivelpiece, CPL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 November 2012. 
  139. ^ "PFC Anthony John Pepper". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 November 2012. 
  140. ^ "James Trimble, CPL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 November 2012. 
  141. ^ "Fred McMurray, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 November 2012. 
  142. ^ "Karl Lawson, SP4". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 November 2012. 
  143. ^ "Harry Carver, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 November 2012. 
  144. ^ "SFC Samuel Joseph Padget". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 November 2012. 
  145. ^ "CDR Frederick Herbert Whittemore". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  146. ^ "LTC John Wayne Held". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  147. ^ "SSG Douglas Randolph Blodgett". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  148. ^ "William Dennis, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  149. ^ "SSG Jesus Armando Gonzalez". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  150. ^ "Anthony Housh, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  151. ^ "Michael Wallace, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  152. ^ "SP4 John Edward Wilburn". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  153. ^ "1LT Joseph Cestare". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  154. ^ "MAJ William John Walker". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  155. ^ "SGT Joseph Arthur Zutterman". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  156. ^ "SFC James Edward Creamer". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  157. ^ "Larry Jamerson, SP6". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  158. ^ "Frankie Johnson, SP6". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  159. ^ "Robert Link, CWO". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  160. ^ "Lyle Mackedanz, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  161. ^ "Floyd Olsen, LTC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  162. ^ "John Spindler, 2LT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  163. ^ "1LT William Chomyk". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  164. ^ "MAJ Robert Paul Riggins". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  165. ^ "CDR David Leo Cooley". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  166. ^ "COL Edwin David Palmgren". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  167. ^ "MAJ Gregory John Crossman". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 15 November 2012. 
  168. ^ "COL Albert Cook Mitchell". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 15 November 2012. 
  169. ^ "Hubia Guillory, PFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 15 November 2012. 
  170. ^ "Daniel Kelley, SP4". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 15 November 2012. 
  171. ^ "David Scott, SP4". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 15 November 2012. 
  172. ^ "John McDaniel, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 15 November 2012. 
  173. ^ "MAJ Lilburn Ray Stow". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 15 November 2012. 
  174. ^ "Larry Todd, SGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 15 November 2012. 
  175. ^ "LTC Joseph Chester Bors". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  176. ^ "COL William Richard Cook". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  177. ^ "Robert Saveedra, CDR". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  178. ^ "MAJ Louis Fulda Guillermin". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  179. ^ "Recently Accounted For: Lt. Col. Robert E. Pietsch and Maj. Louis F. Guillerman". Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 
  180. ^ "LTC Robert Edward Pietsch". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  181. ^ "Recently Accounted For: Lt. Col. Robert E. Pietsch and Maj. Louis F. Guillerman". Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 
  182. ^ "Bruce Staehli, SGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  183. ^ "MSG Donald Peter Gervais". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  184. ^ "SFC Richard D Martin". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  185. ^ "CWO Warren Taylor Whitmire". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  186. ^ "SFC Lawrence Jesse Englander". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  187. ^ "Robert Avery, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  188. ^ "CAPT Thomas Dean Clem". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  189. ^ "CAPT Stephen William Clark". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  190. ^ "SSG Oral Ray Terry". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  191. ^ "Paul King, PFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  192. ^ "GMGC Michael John Kustigian". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  193. ^ "TMCS Harry E Mitchell". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  194. ^ "George Thomas Condrey, 3rd". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  195. ^ "James Dayton, WO". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  196. ^ "Robert Jenne, SP4". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  197. ^ "Daniel Jurecko, SP4". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  198. ^ "Clifford D. Van Artsdalen". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  199. ^ "Horace Fleming, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  200. ^ "SFC Thomas Hepburn Perry". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  201. ^ "Harry Coen". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  202. ^ "SFC Andrew Johnson Craven". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  203. ^ "SFT Juan Macias Jimenez". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  204. ^ "CPL Richard Eugene Sands". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  205. ^ "Joseph Simpson, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  206. ^ "SSG John Charles Stuller". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  207. ^ "CPL Imlay Scott Widdison". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  208. ^ "Danny Widner, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  209. ^ "Roy Williams, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  210. ^ "EN2 Ernest Keno Cota". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  211. ^ "Gerald Crosson, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  212. ^ "MAJ David J Rickel". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  213. ^ "SFC Charles Luther Young". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  214. ^ "Tommy Emerson Gist". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 November 2012. 
  215. ^ "LCPL David Esequiel Padilla". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 November 2012. 
  216. ^ "MAJ Joseph Edwin Davies". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 November 2012. 
  217. ^ "McCubbin, Glenn D". Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office. Retrieved 17 November 2012. 
  218. ^ "John Hartley Robertson". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 November 2012. 
  219. ^ "CAPT John Hunter Crews". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 November 2012. 
  220. ^ "Dean St Pierre, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 November 2012. 
  221. ^ "PFC Isom Carter Cochran". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  222. ^ "Glen Lane, MSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  223. ^ "Robert Owen, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  224. ^ "LTC Emmett Rucker". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  225. ^ "James Shanks, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  226. ^ "Joseph Hill, LCPL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  227. ^ "MAJ Lewis Philip Smith". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  228. ^ "MAJ Eugene Paul Beresik". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  229. ^ "SGT Charles Hue Gatewood". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  230. ^ "Eric Brice, LT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  231. ^ "LCPL Truman Joseph McManus". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  232. ^ "Dean Spencer, SP4". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  233. ^ "Walter Schmidt, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 November 2012. 
  234. ^ "Frank Bowman, QM2". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 22 November 2012. 
  235. ^ "Rupinski, BF LT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 22 November 2012. 
  236. ^ "MAJ James Ervin Booth". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 22 November 2012. 
  237. ^ "COL Donald Francis Casey". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 22 November 2012. 
  238. ^ "SFC Vincent Frank Giammerino". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 22 November 2012. 
  239. ^ "COL Paul Frederick Johns". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 22 November 2012. 
  240. ^ "Timothy Owen, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 22 November 2012. 
  241. ^ "COL Henry Albert Tipping". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 23 November 2012. 
  242. ^ "LCPL Jerry Don Dewberry". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 23 November 2012. 
  243. ^ "LCPL Thomas Patrick Mahoney". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 23 November 2012. 
  244. ^ "Leonard Bird, 1LT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 23 November 2012. 
  245. ^ "John Hurst, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 23 November 2012. 
  246. ^ "MAJ Ariel Lindley Cross". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 23 November 2012. 
  247. ^ "MAJ Lionel Parra". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 23 November 2012. 
  248. ^ "PFC Earl Francis Seablom". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 23 November 2012. 
  249. ^ "Sherman Flanagan, LTC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 23 November 2012. 
  250. ^ "Edward Willing, GSGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 23 November 2012. 
  251. ^ "Lawrence Gosen, LCDR". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 November 2012. 
  252. ^ "John Bush, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 November 2012. 
  253. ^ "Harley Hackett, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 November 2012. 
  254. ^ "David Greiling, CDR". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 November 2012. 
  255. ^ "Charles Parish, LCDR". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 November 2012. 
  256. ^ "CDR Frank Eugene Fullerton". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 November 2012. 
  257. ^ "Ward Patton, CS1". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 November 2012. 
  258. ^ "SSG Jerry Edward Auxier". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 November 2012. 
  259. ^ "SP6 Donald Randall Fowler". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 November 2012. 
  260. ^ "CPT Peter John Russell". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 26 November 2012. 
  261. ^ "Steven Hastings, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 26 November 2012. 
  262. ^ "CAPT Joseph Shaw Ross". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  263. ^ "William Thompson, Col". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  264. ^ "COL Wayne Benjamin Wolfkeil". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  265. ^ "LTC Terrin Dinsmore Hicks". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  266. ^ "Michael McElhanon, Col". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  267. ^ "John Overlock, LTC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  268. ^ "PFC Jose Antonio Graniela". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  269. ^ "LCPL Theothis Collins". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  270. ^ "PH2 Charles David Lindbloom". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  271. ^ "SSG Humberto Acosta-Rosario". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  272. ^ "MAJ Charles Lee Bergevin". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  273. ^ "CAPT Francis Leslie Setterquist". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  274. ^ "SSG Walter Ferguson". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  275. ^ "LT William Arthue Heep". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 November 2012. 
  276. ^ "CAPT Melvin Earl Ladewig". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 November 2012. 
  277. ^ "Charles Read, COL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 November 2012. 
  278. ^ "MAJ Donald William Pick". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 November 2012. 
  279. ^ "Alan Ashall, LCDR". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 November 2012. 
  280. ^ "Robert Duncan, LT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 November 2012. 
  281. ^ "Robert Miller, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 November 2012. 
  282. ^ "TSGT Elbert Austin Phillips". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 November 2012. 
  283. ^ "LCDR John Eugene Bartocci". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 30 November 2012. 
  284. ^ "William Kinkade, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  285. ^ "Paul Frazier, SGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  286. ^ "ENFN George Ray Posey". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  287. ^ "MAJ Samuel Mackal Deichelmann". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  288. ^ "Dalla Pridemore, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  289. ^ "SFC Earl Eric Shark". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  290. ^ "LTC Edgar Felton Davis". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  291. ^ "PFC Stephen Eugene Breiner". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  292. ^ "PVT Jerry McConnell". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  293. ^ "MM3 David Lloyd Dixon". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  294. ^ "FN David Paul Halpin". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  295. ^ "LCDR David Francis Callahan". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  296. ^ "Wayne Newberry, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  297. ^ "SFC Barry Allen Olson". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  298. ^ "LTC Clifford Wayne Fieszel". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  299. ^ "COL Howard Horton Smith". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  300. ^ "CDR Domenick Anthony Spinelli". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  301. ^ "James Stride, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  302. ^ "Gregory Lawrence, SGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  303. ^ "Albert Wester, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 
  304. ^ "SFC Eugene Allen Handrahan". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  305. ^ "SSG Robert Dale Herreid". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  306. ^ "LCDR James D Hunt". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  307. ^ "CAPT Quinlan Robert Orell". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  308. ^ "SP5 James Phillip Mason". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  309. ^ "SSG Dickie Wayne Finley". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  310. ^ "LCDR Kenneth Keith Knabb". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  311. ^ "COL George Edward Tyler". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  312. ^ "SSG Benjamin Arthur Thompson". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  313. ^ "LTC Charles Richard Connor". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  314. ^ "CDR William Ernest Ricker". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  315. ^ "LTC Kenneth Arnold Stonebraker". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  316. ^ "William Stroven, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  317. ^ "CPT Steven Neil Bezold". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  318. ^ "Donald Harrison, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  319. ^ "PFC James D Hunter". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  320. ^ "SSG Roger Wesley Swanson". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  321. ^ "EN3 Harry John Kenney". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  322. ^ "Valor awards for James Edward Simpson". Military Times. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  323. ^ "LCPL Frederick Ray Turner". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  324. ^ "Bio, Erskins, Jack D.". POW Network. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  325. ^ "James Birchim, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  326. ^ "William Copley, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  327. ^ "MAJ Robert Charles Wiechert". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  328. ^ "CAPT Paul David Derby". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  329. ^ "MAJ San Dewayne Francisco". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  330. ^ "COL Joseph Castleman Morrison". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  331. ^ "Gene Stuifbergen, SSGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  332. ^ "CWO John Alvin Berry". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  333. ^ "SGT Billy Kennedy Evans". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  334. ^ "CAPT Joseph Samuel Pirruccello". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  335. ^ "SP5 Edward Ford". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 2 December 2012. 
  336. ^ "SP4 Samuel Dale Shimek". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  337. ^ "SN Carrol William Minor". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  338. ^ "RussellGalbraith, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  339. ^ "CAPT John Scott Albright". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  340. ^ "Fred Clarke, CMS". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  341. ^ "Douglas Dailey, SMS". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  342. ^ "Morgan Donahue, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  343. ^ "MAJ Joseph Peter Fanning". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  344. ^ "CMSGT Samuel Franklin Walker". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  345. ^ "Thomas Dugan, Col". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  346. ^ "Francis McGouldrick, COL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  347. ^ "Recently Accounted For: Col. Francis J. McGouldrick". Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office. Retrieved 11 November 2013. 
  348. ^ "Michael Bouchard, LCDR". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  349. ^ "Robert Kent, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  350. ^ "CAPT Richard Girard Morin". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  351. ^ "COL Charles Richard Brownlee". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  352. ^ "Charles King, CMS". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  353. ^ "Robert Scherdin, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  354. ^ "1LT Leland Stanford McCants". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 December 2012. 
  355. ^ "PFC Cecil James Clack". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  356. ^ "CAPT Mitchell Sim Lane". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  357. ^ "COL Bobby Gene Neeld". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  358. ^ "SSG Larry Don Welsh". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  359. ^ "CPT Hugh McNeil Byrd". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  360. ^ "Kevin O'Brien, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  361. ^ "MAJ Arthur Roy Sprott". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  362. ^ "Edwin Fickler, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  363. ^ "Robert Kuhlman, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  364. ^ "CAPT Victor Arlon Smith". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  365. ^ "Daniel Singleton". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  366. ^ "Russel Utley, COL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
  367. ^ "SFC John edward Conger". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  368. ^ "William Campbell, COL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  369. ^ "Robert Holton, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  370. ^ "LTJG Paul Eugene Swigart". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  371. ^ "SGT David Wayne Parker". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  372. ^ "Richard Deleidi, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  373. ^ "valor awards for Thomas E Kalil". Military Times. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  374. ^ "Calvin Wilkins, LCPL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  375. ^ "LCDR Roger Allen Meyers". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  376. ^ "Harold Kroske". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  377. ^ "Stanley Clark, COL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  378. ^ "LT Larry James Stevens". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  379. ^ "LTJG William Clinton Niedecken". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  380. ^ "Richard Walsh, COL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  381. ^ "SSG Jerry Lawrence Moore". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  382. ^ "Willaim Wogan, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  383. ^ "John Brucher, Maj". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  384. ^ "Rodney Chapman, LCDR". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  385. ^ "AMS1 Stanley Milton jerome". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  386. ^ "AO1 Eddie Ray Schimmels". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  387. ^ "LTJG David Phillip Neislar". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  388. ^ "LTC Wendell Richard Keller". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  389. ^ "Airmen Missing From Vietnam War Identified". Defense.gov. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  390. ^ "CPL David Eugene Lovegren". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
  391. ^ "COL Christos Constantine Bogiages". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
  392. ^ "William Evans, SGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
  393. ^ "Michael May, SP5". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
  394. ^ "SGT William Mark Smith". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
  395. ^ "Jimmy Coleman, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
  396. ^ "John McDonnell, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
  397. ^ "CAPT Robert F rex". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
  398. ^ "COL Carter Purvos Luna". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
  399. ^ "SSG Floyd Henry Robinson". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
  400. ^ "Steven Armitstead, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
  401. ^ "1LT David Thomas Dinan". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  402. ^ "SP5 Barry D Murphy". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  403. ^ "Ricardo Davis". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  404. ^ "MAJ Richard Lee Bowers". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  405. ^ "Frederick Herrera, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  406. ^ "SFC Prentice Wayne Hicks". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  407. ^ "Richard Roberts, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  408. ^ "Raymond Czerwiec, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  409. ^ "MAJ Robert Arthur Belcher". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  410. ^ "Michael Miller, 1LT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  411. ^ "Frederick Hess, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  412. ^ "SGT Clarence A Latimer". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  413. ^ "Lowell Powers, CWO". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  414. ^ "COL Ernest Leo deSoto". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  415. ^ "CAPT Fredrick Mervyn Hall". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  416. ^ "CWO William Cooper Pierson". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 February 2013. 
  417. ^ "William Konyu, WO". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 February 2013. 
  418. ^ "MAJ Robert Vincent Willett". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 February 2013. 
  419. ^ "SFC Randall Shelley Ellis". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 February 2013. 
  420. ^ "CAPT Vincent Calvin Scott". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 February 2013. 
  421. ^ "LTC Walter Shelby Van Cleave". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 February 2013. 
  422. ^ "Jerry Shriver, MSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 February 2013. 
  423. ^ "MAJ Phillip Louis Mascari". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 February 2013. 
  424. ^ "LTC William James Brashear". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 February 2013. 
  425. ^ "MAJ Henry Gerald Mundt". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 25 February 2013. 
  426. ^ "PFC William walters". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  427. ^ "William Ryan, 1LT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  428. ^ "CAPT Bruce C Bessor". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  429. ^ "MSG Mike John Scott". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  430. ^ "John Brooks, Staff Sergeant". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  431. ^ "Robert Masuda, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  432. ^ "David Munoz, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  433. ^ "CAPT Virgil Grant Stewart". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  434. ^ "SP4 Charles Joseph Cudlike". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  435. ^ "Gregory Benton, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  436. ^ "SP5 Armando Ramirez". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
  437. ^ "CAPT Charles Jerome Manske". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  438. ^ "Anastacio Montez". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  439. ^ "PVT Monek Weitz". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  440. ^ "PFC Leroy C Williams". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  441. ^ "PVT James Clellon Story". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  442. ^ "MAJ Neal Clinton Ward". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  443. ^ "MAJ James W Grace". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  444. ^ "Harold Kahler, COL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  445. ^ "Donald Sparks, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  446. ^ "PFC John Will Roberson". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  447. ^ "LT Leland Charles Cooke Sage". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  448. ^ "PFC Michael James Jablonski". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  449. ^ "Albert Fransen, EN3". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  450. ^ "COL Patrick Michael Fallon". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  451. ^ "MAJ Howard Vincent Andre". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  452. ^ "Recently Accounted For". Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office. Retrieved 29 April 2013. 
  453. ^ "James Sizemore, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  454. ^ "Recently Accounted For". Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office. Retrieved 29 April 2013. 
  455. ^ "Paul Bannon, COL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  456. ^ "Peter Pike, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  457. ^ "CPL Dewey Renee Butler". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  458. ^ "Michael Walker, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  459. ^ "James Dawson, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  460. ^ "Stanley Smiley, LT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  461. ^ "LT Richard David Brenning". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  462. ^ "Michael Burns, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  463. ^ "Dennis Neal, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  464. ^ "1LT Douglas Glenn Burd". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  465. ^ "CAPT Tommy Leon Callies". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  466. ^ "George Talken, LCDR". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  467. ^ "Edward Beck, GSGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  468. ^ "Ronald Janousel, 1LT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  469. ^ "Bruce Kane, CPL". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  470. ^ "LT William Emil Mickelsen". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  471. ^ "CWO Lester Alan Hansen". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  472. ^ "1LT James Richard Bohlig". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  473. ^ "CAPT Richard Thomas Morrissey". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  474. ^ "COL Robert Norman Smith". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  475. ^ "1LT Albert Stephen Graf". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  476. ^ "CAPT Jerry Allen Zimmer". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  477. ^ "LCPL Julian Escobedo". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 March 2013. 
  478. ^ "CAPT Roger Danny helwig". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 March 2013. 
  479. ^ "SSG Donald Joseph Trampski". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 March 2013. 
  480. ^ "Curtis Cline, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 March 2013. 
  481. ^ "Alan cecil, SP5". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 March 2013. 
  482. ^ "James Jackson, GSGT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 March 2013. 
  483. ^ "PFC John Norman Huntley". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 March 2013. 
  484. ^ "AME3 Terry Lee Beck". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 March 2013. 
  485. ^ "ATR3 Richard William Bell". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 11 March 2013. 
  486. ^ "ASE3 Michael Lee Bowman". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  487. ^ "Blytheway, Frank Leroy". Task Force Omega. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  488. ^ "PN1 Rolando Cuevas Dayao". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  489. ^ "Donald Dean, HM2". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  490. ^ "LT Herbert Hugh Dilger". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  491. ^ "Carl Ellerd, AMH2". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  492. ^ "AE2 James Jewel Fowler". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  493. ^ "HM3 Roy Gillman Fowler". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  494. ^ "YNC Leonardo Medina Gan". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  495. ^ "MM1 Paul Edwin Gore". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  496. ^ "ABH3 William Dale Gorsuch". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  497. ^ "AMS3 Rayford Jerome Hill". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  498. ^ "Delvin Kohler, AMS3". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  499. ^ "AN Howard Mark Koslosky". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  500. ^ "FTM2 Robert Bruce Leonard". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  501. ^ "LT Richard Allen Livingston". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  502. ^ "AQB2 Ronald Wayne Montgomery". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  503. ^ "MM2 William Ray Moore". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  504. ^ "ADJ3 Paul Kierstad Moser". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  505. ^ "Kenneth Prentice, ADJ2". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  506. ^ "SD2 Fidel Garcia Salazar". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  507. ^ "DS3 Keavin Lee Terrell". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  508. ^ "ADJ3 Michael James Tye". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  509. ^ "TN Reynaldo Rocillo Viado". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  510. ^ "SSG Kenneth Leroy Cunningham". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  511. ^ "Paul Graffe, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  512. ^ "CPL Albert Harold Altizer". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  513. ^ "CWO Robert J Watkins". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  514. ^ "SGT Dallas Alan Driver". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  515. ^ "SGT Jimmy Ray Garbett". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  516. ^ "SGT Raymond Gregory Moore". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  517. ^ "SGT James Lawrence Suydam". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  518. ^ "SP5 James Henry Turner". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  519. ^ "MAJ Calvin Walter Maxwell". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  520. ^ "MAJ Franklin Lee Weisner". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  521. ^ "MAJ Lawrence Randolph Booth". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  522. ^ "SSG Dennis Michael Rattin". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  523. ^ "SSG William Wentworth Stubbs". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  524. ^ "Glenn Cook, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  525. ^ "Neil Bynum, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  526. ^ "CAPT Gray Dawson Warren". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  527. ^ "James Herrick, CPT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  528. ^ "SSGT Dennis L Gauthier". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  529. ^ "CAPT Roger Dale Partington". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  530. ^ "CAPT Patrick Henry Carroll". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  531. ^ "COL Lawrence William Whitford". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  532. ^ "SFC Michael Robert Norton". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  533. ^ "Terry Alford, CWO". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  534. ^ "Jim Cavender, CWO". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  535. ^ "James Klimo, SFC". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  536. ^ "John Ware, SSG". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  537. ^ "MAJ Larry James Hanley". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  538. ^ "Recently Accounted For". Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office. Retrieved 29 April 2013. 
  539. ^ "MAJ Joseph Y Echanis". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  540. ^ "Douglas Lefever, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  541. ^ "Jon Bodahl, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  542. ^ "Harry Smith, MAJ". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  543. ^ "COL Gerlad Robert Helmich". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  544. ^ "SSG Ronald Earl Ray". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  545. ^ "SFC Randolph Bothwell Suber". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  546. ^ "John Graf, LCDR". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  547. ^ "CAPT John Robert Baldridge". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  548. ^ "COL Walter A Renelt". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  549. ^ "Richard Collins, CDR". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  550. ^ "Michael Quinn, LCDR". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  551. ^ "Richard Deuter, LT". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  552. ^ "PFC Grayland Jones". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  553. ^ "MAJ James Blair White". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  554. ^ "SN Billy Lee Rogers". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  555. ^ "LT Victor Patrick Buckley". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  556. ^ "CWO Donald Deane Burris". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  557. ^ "SSG James Edward Kennedy". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  558. ^ "LTJG Dustin Cowles Trowbridge". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  559. ^ "CAPT Fielding Wesley Featherston". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  560. ^ "CAPT Douglas Davis Ferguson". The Virtual Wall. Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  561. ^ "Airman missing from Vietnam War accounted for". Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel office. 25 April 2014. Retrieved 31 July 2014.