List of United States servicemembers and civilians missing in action during the Vietnam War (1970–71)

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This article is a list of US MIAs of the Vietnam War in the period from 1969–1971. 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]

1970[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
January 2 Fryar, Bruce C Lieutenant US Navy VA-196, USS Ranger (CV-61) Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Pilot of A-6A #152937 hit by enemy fire on a bombing run, both crewmen ejected and a pararescueman confirmed he was dead but was unable to recover the body. The remains of the Bombardier/navigator LTJG Nicholas Brooks were returned in 1982[2] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 2 Lindstrom, Ronnie G 1st Lieutenant USAF 25th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66‑8784 hit by enemy fire, no ejection observed[3] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 2 West, John T Captain USAF 25th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑8784 hit by enemy fire, no ejection observed[4] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 5 Burnes, Robert W 1st Lieutenant USMC VMFA-542 Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Radar intercept officer on F-4B #152281 hit by enemy fire, no ejection observed[5] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 5 Robinson, Larry W Major USMC H&MS-11 Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of F-4B #152281 hit by enemy fire, no ejection observed[6] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 7 Hoff, Michael G Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-86, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province His A-7A #153231 was hit by enemy fire on a strafing run, no ejection observed[7] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 7 Ochab, Robert Captain USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Pilot of F-4E #67‑0357 that crashed during a low-level training flight, the weapons system operator 1LT Campbell survived[8] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 11 Chorlins, Richard D 1st Lieutenant USAF 602d Special Operations Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province His A-1H was hit by enemy fire on a night interdiction mission[9] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 13 Tubbs, Glenn E E5 US Army CCS, MACV-SOG South Vietnam, Gia Lai Province Drowned while crossing the Tonlé San river on a long range reconnaissance patrol[10] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 28 Anderson, Gregory L Sergeant USAF Detachment 9, 600th Photo Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Aerial photographer on HH-53B #66-14434 Jolly Green 71, shot down on a rescue mission by a MiG-21 flown by Vu Ngoc Dinh[11] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 28 Leeser, Leonard C Captain USAF 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Copilot of HH-53B #66-14434 Jolly Green 71, shot down on a rescue mission[12] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 28 Pruett, William D Senior Master Sergeant USAF 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Pararescueman on HH-53B #66-14434 Jolly Green 71, shot down on a rescue mission[13] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 28 Shinn, William C Staff Sergeant USAF 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Flight engineer on HH-53B #66-14434 Jolly Green 71, shot down on a rescue mission[14] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 28 Sutton, William C Master Sergeant USAF 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Pararescueman on HH-53B #66-14434 Jolly Green 71, shot down on a rescue mission[15] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 5 Lyon, James M Captain US Army HHC, 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Pilot of UH-1H #68-16441 that crashed on a flight from Hue to Phu Bai. He was severely injured in the crash and the entire crew was captured by enemy forces. He was killed by one of the guards and buried near the crash site. The remaining crew members Capt. John W. Parsels, SP5 Tom Y. Kobashigawa and SP4 Daniel Hefel were released in 1973[16] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
February 5 Stephenson, Richard C Lieutenant US Navy VA-93, USS Ranger (CV-61) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-7B #154391crashed into the sea on launch[17] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 12 Bradshaw, Robert S 1st Lieutenant USMC VMFA-122 South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of F-4B #151454 that crashed at sea offshore of Quang Tri Province[18] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 12 Breeding, Michael H 1st Lieutenant USMC VMFA-122 South Vietnam, South China Sea Radar intercept operator on F-4B #151454 that crashed at sea offshore of Quang Tri Province[19] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 18 Gillen, Thomas E Major USAF 435th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑7526 shot down on a bombing mission. The weapons system operator Capt Robert S Dotson ejected successfully and was rescued[20] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 20 Moore, Scott F Aviation Maintenance Administrationman 3rd Class US Navy HC-7 South Vietnam, South China Sea Crewman on SH-3A #149908 that crashed at sea[21] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 28 Boyle, William Sergeant First Class US Army CCC, MACV-SOG Laos, Attapeu Province Passenger on ARVN CH-34 #55-4324 hit by an enemy rocket, exploded and caught fire. No recoverable remains[22] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 2 McVey, Lavoy D Captain USMC C Company, 1st Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Fell from a hoist while being lowered to search for 2LT David Skibbe[23] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 2 Skibbe, David W 2nd Lieutenant USMC 1st Reconnaissance Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Wounded during an ambush he was being extracted by a CH-46D of HMM-263 when the hoist broke and he fell to the ground. His body could not be located due to strong enemy presence[24] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 4 Parker, John J Lieutenant US Navy VA-86, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) North Vietnam, South China Sea His A-7A #153136 crashed into the sea immediately after launch[25] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 5 Rosenbach, Robert P Captain USAF 308th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea His F-100D crashed at sea offshore of Tuy Hoa Air Base while returning from a night bombing mission[26] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 7 Gates, Albert H Captain USMC HMM-263 South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of CH-46D #154808 that crashed at sea offshore of Danang[27] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 9 Cotten, Larry W 1st Lieutenant USAF 4th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Attapeu Province Weapons system operator on F-4E #67‑0282 hit by enemy fire and crashed[28] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 9 Terla, Lothar G Captain USAF 4th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Attapeu Province Pilot of F-4E #67‑0282 hit by enemy fire and crashed[29] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 9 Parcels, Rex L Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-21, USS Ranger (CV-61) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Radar intercept officer on F-4J #155775that disappeared on an air combat patrol[30] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 9 Schoeppner, Leonard J Lieutenant US Navy VF-21, USS Ranger (CV-61) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4J #155775 that disappeared on an air combat patrol[31] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 9 Robinson, Edward Specialist 6 US Army 175th Radio Research Company South Vietnam, Con Dao Drowned while swimming[32] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 12 Scull, Gary B 2nd Lieutenant US Army Advisory Team 3, MACV Advisers South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Adviser assigned to the ARVN 2nd Regiment, disappeared when the ARVN position at the Khe Gio Bridge was overrrun by enemy forces[33] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 13 Pugh, Dennis G 1st Lieutenant USAF 25th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Khammouane Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66‑8696 shot down on a FAC mission, both crewmen ejected successfully and he radioed for ordnance to be dropped on his position as he was surrounded by enemy forces. The pilot Capt Richard Rash was rescued[34] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 19 Ayers, Darrell E Staff Sergeant USMC 1st Force Reconnaissance Company South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Killed while on patrol, his body could not be recovered[35] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 21 Gonzales, David Sergeant USMC HML-167 Laos, Xekong Province Gunner on UH-1E #152427 shot down on a covert Prairie Fire insertion mission. The pilot 1LT Larry Parsons survived and was rescued 19 days later, while the copilot 1LT Robert Castle was killed and his remains were recovered[36] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 21 Underwood, Thomas W Staff Sergeant USMC HML-167 Laos, Xekong Province Crew chief on UH-1E #152427 shot down on a covert insertion mission[37] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 26 Allen, Henry L 1st Lieutenant USAF Detachment 1 (Udorn), 56th Special Operations Wing Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of O-1G that disappeared on a familiarisation flight. The remains of the copilot Maj. Richard G. Elzinga were identified in July 2011[38] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 4 Young, Jeffrey J Private First Class US Army 1st Battalion, 61st Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Killed in action, his body disappeared on its way to graves registration[39] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 5 Cropper, Curtis H Lieutenant US Navy VF-151, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Radar Intercept Officer on F-4B #152325 that caught fire and crashed while returining from a combat air patrol mission, both crewmen ejected successfully but he drowned before SAR forces could arrive[40] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 6 Brassfield, Andrew T Staff Sergeant US Army RT Missouri, CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Savannakhet Province Killed during an ambush his body could not be receovered as his team evaded the enemy[41] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 6 Flynn, Sean L Civilian Time magazine Cambodia, Svay Rieng Province Photojournalist captured while motorcycling down Highway One, believed to have been executed by the Khmer Rouge in 1971[42][43] Prisoner[1]
April 6 Stone, Dana Civilian CBS News Cambodia, Svay Rieng Province Photojournalist captured while motorcycling down Highway One, believed to have been executed by the Khmer Rouge in 1971[44][45] Prisoner[1]
April 6 Klingner, Michael L Captain USAF 308th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Xekong Province His F-100D #56-3278 failed to pull up from a strafing run, no ejection observed[46] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 9 Bushnell, Brian L Aviation Structural Mechanic Airman US Navy VAW-116, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on E-2A that had a fire onboard after launch and crashed at sea while trying to return to the carrier[47] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 9 Horchar, Andrew A Aviation Structural Mechanic 3rd Class US Navy VAW-116, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on E-2A that had a fire onboard after launch and crashed at sea while trying to return to the carrier[48] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 9 Knight, Larry C Lieutenant US Navy VAW-116, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of E-2A that had a fire onboard after launch and crashed at sea while trying to return to the carrier[49] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 9 Pfaffmann, Charles B Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VAW-116, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of E-2A that had a fire onboard after launch and crashed at sea while trying to return to the carrier[50] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 11 Nelson, Jan H 1st Lieutenant USMC VMA-311 South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province His A-4E #152099 crashed due to enemy fire[51] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 15 Bivens, Herndon A Corporal US Army Security Platoon, HHC, 52nd Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Kontum Province Pathfinder for the insertion of an ARVN unit, he was severely wounded in battle and captured. He is reported to have later died of his wounds[52] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 16 Ayers, Richard L Major USAF 12th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Weapons system operator on RF-4C #66‑0409 shot down on a reconnaissance mission[53] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 16 Rausch, Robert E Captain USAF 12th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of RF-4C #66‑0409 shot down on a reconnaissance mission[54] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 21 Wheeler, Eugene L Major USMC VMO-2 South Vietnam, Quang Tin Province Pilot of OV-10 shot down on an armed reconnaissance mission, both crewmen ejected successfully. The copilot Capt Charles Hatch was rescued the following day but Maj Wheeler reported he was surrounded by enemy forces and it is believed that he was killed resisting capture[55] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 22 Golz, John B Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-172, USS Shangri-La (CV-38) Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Salavan Province His A-4C Skyhawk #148484 crashed into ground on a night bombing run[56] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 23 Eads, Dennis K Warrant Officer US Army F Troop, 8th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Pilot of AH-1G #67-15612 that crashed while supporting an emergency night extraction mission[57] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 23 Murphy, Larron D Captain US Army F Troop, 8th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Aircraft commander of AH-1G #67-15612 that crashed while supporting an emergency night extraction mission[58] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 23 Gomez, Robert A 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑7639 that crashed on an armed reconnaissance mission[59] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 23 Lucki, Albin E Captain USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66‑7639 that crashed on an armed reconnaissance mission[60] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 23 Little, Danny L Staff Sergeant US Army Detachment A-204, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam Shot and killed while leading a MIKE Force patrol, his body could not be recovered[61] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 27 Hill, John R Captain US Army 237th Medical Detachment, 67th Medical Group South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of UH-1H #66-17626 that crashed at sea offshore of Quang Nam Province during a medevac mission. All four crewmen evacuated the helicopter but only the copilot WO Donald Study was rescued, the bodies of two other crewmen were recovered[62] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 28 Snider, Hughie F E4 US Army HHC, 1st Battalion, 77th Armor Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Drowned while swimming[63] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 29 Bishop, Edward J Private First Class US Army A Company, 2nd Battalion, 501st Infantry Regiment Operation Texas Star South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Disappeared during an enemy night attack of Fire Support Base Granite[64] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 2 Griffin, Rodney L Specialist US Army HHC, 2nd Battalion, 34th Armor Regiment Cambodia, Kampong Cham Province Passenger on UH-1H #68-16512 hit by ground fire and crashed, he disappeared while evading capture[65] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 2 Price, Bunyan D Specialist US Army HHC, 2nd Battalion, 34th Armor Regiment Cambodia, Kampong Cham Province Passenger on UH-1H #68-16512 hit by ground fire and crashed, he disappeared while evading capture[66] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 2 Richardson, Dale W Captain US Army D Company, 2nd Battalion, 34th Armor Regiment Cambodia, Kampong Cham Province Passenger on UH-1H #68-16512 hit by ground fire and crashed, he was believed to have been captured[67] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 3 Churchill, Carl R Captain USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66‑7613 hit by enemy fire and crashed in a river[68] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 3 Conaway, Lawrence Y Lieutenant Colonel USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Pilot of F-4D #66‑7613 hit by enemy fire and crashed in a river[69] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 6 Hernandez, Frank S Sergeant US Army B Company, 158th Assault Helicopter Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Gunner on UH-1H #68-15663 that collided with another helicopter and crashed while laying a smoke screen. The bodies of the copilot WO1 Robert L. Kirk and crew chief Specialist 4 William C. Weiss were recovered later that day[70] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 6 Worthington, Richard C Chief Warrant Officer US Army South Vietnam Pilot of UH-1H #68-15663 that collided with another helicopter and crashed.[71] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 9 Haight, Stephen H Specialist US Army 3rd Platoon, 191st Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Vinh Binh province Passenger on UH-1C #66-15148 which crashed and exploded, no recoverable remains[72] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 13 Huberth, Eric J 1st Lieutenant USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron Cambodia, Ratanakiri Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #65‑0607hit by enemy fire and crashed on a bombing run, no ejection observed[73] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 15 Trent, Alan R Captain USAF 480th Tactical Fighter Squadron Cambodia, Ratanakiri Province Pilot of F-4D #65‑0607hit by enemy fire and crashed on a bombing run, no ejection observed[74] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 16 Conner, Edwin R Senior Chief Aviation Machinist US Navy VAQ-135, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) South Vietnam, South China Sea Crewman on EKA-3B #142657 that disappeared en route from Naval Air Station Cubi Point to Da Nang Air Base. The body of the navigator LCDR Eugene F. McNally was recovered[75] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 16 Skeen, Richard R Commander US Navy VAQ-135, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of EKA-3B #142657 that disappeared en route from Naval Air Station Cubi Point to Da Nang Air Base[76] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 17 Westwood, Norman P Lieutenant US Navy VF-161, USS Coral Sea (CV-43) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4B #152239 that crashed shortly after launch, the radar intercept officer Lt. Kane ejected successfully and was rescued[77] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 30 Duke, Charles Civilian Dynalectron South Vietnam, Pleiku Civilian contractor disappeared while motorcycling[78] Missing[1]
May 30 Mark, Kit T Civilian Dynalectron South Vietnam, Pleiku Civilian contractor disappeared while motorcycling[79] Missing[1]
June 4 Wilson, Harry T Sergeant USMC HMM-262 Laos, Xekong Province Crew chief on CH-46A #153403 that was hit by enemy fire and crashed on a narrow hillside landing zone while extracting a MACV-SOG team, his body was trapped under the wreckage and could not be recovered[80] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 7 Alloway, Clyde D Technical Sergeant USAF 18th Special Operations Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea Crewman on AC-119K #52-5935 that lost power to one engine and crashed at sea offshore of Danang[81] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 7 Wilbrecht, Kurt M 1st Lieutenant USMC VMFA-122 South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Pilot of F-4B #151478, hit by ground fire. The radar intercept officer 1LT W Peper initiated ejection, and both crewmen ejected but he was seen to be limp in his parachute. 1LT Paper was rescued by SAR forces[82] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 9 Elliott, Andrew J Chief Warrant Officer US Army D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment Cambodian Campaign South Vietnam, Tay Ninh Province Pilot of OH-6A #68-17359 that disappeared in bad weather on a visual reconnaissance mission. The helicopter wreckage was located on 24 June and the bodies of the other two crewmen were recovered[83] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 9 Hilbrich, Barry W Captain US Army Detachment B-2, C Company, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Kontum Province Observer on O-1F #57-2890 that disappeared on a visual reconnaissance mission[84] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 9 Ryder, John L 1st Lieutenant USAF 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron South Vietnam, Kontum Province Pilot of O-1F #57-2890 that disappeared on a visual reconnaissance mission[85] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 10 Pierce, Walter M Private First Class US Army G Troop, 2nd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Cambodian Campaign Cambodia, Mondulkiri Province Drowned while returning from a night ambush position[86] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 17 Cochrane, Deverton C Staff Sergeant US Army Team 52, H Company, 75th Ranger Regiment Cambodian Campaign Cambodia, Mondulkiri Province Team leader killed in an ambush while on a reconnaissance mission[87] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 17 Laker, Carl J Specialist US Army Team 52, H Company, 75th Ranger Regiment Cambodian Campaign Cambodia, Mondulkiri Province Member of a ranger team killed in an ambush while on a reconnaissance mission[88] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 18 Drake, Carl W Major USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron Cambodia, Kratié Province Weapons system operator on F-4E #67‑0297 hit by enemy fire and crashed on a bombing run, no ejection observed[89] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 18 McLamb, Harry L Major USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron Cambodia, Kratié Province Pilot of F-4E #67‑0297 hit by enemy fire and crashed on a bombing run, no ejection observed[90] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 18 Green, James A Private First Class US Army C Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment Cambodia Killed while on patrol, his body was unable to be recovered[91] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 22 Earle, John S Lieutenant US Navy VA-172, USS Shangri-La (CV-38) South Vietnam, South China Sea His A-4C crashed into the sea after a night launch[92] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 22 Gumbert, Robert W Private First Class US Army 4th Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Ngai Province Killed by an explosive device while on patrol, no recoverable remains[93] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 23 Pederson, Joe P Sergeant First Class US Army 595th Signal Company South Vietnam, Binh Doung Province Disappeared when the truck he was riding in was ambushed on Ben Cat - Provincial Highway 7B. He is believed to have been captured and died in captivity[94] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 23 Phillips, Robert P Private US Army 595th Signal Company South Vietnam, Binh Doung Province Disappeared when the truck he was riding in was ambushed on Ben Cat - Provincial Highway 7B. He is believed to have been captured and died in captivity[95] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 23 Rozo, James M Specialist US Army 595th Signal Company South Vietnam, Binh Doung Province Disappeared when the truck he was riding in was ambushed on Ben Cat - Provincial Highway 7B. He is believed to have been captured and died in captivity[96] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 29 Aldern, Donald D Commander US Navy VA-153, USS Oriskany (CV-34) Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Attapeu Province His A-7A #153176 was shot down on a night bombing run[97] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 30 Hill, Gordon C 1st Lieutenant USAF 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos Weapons system operator on F-4E #67‑0279 that disappeared on a bombing mission[98] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 30 Sadler, Mitchell O Captain USAF 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos Pilot of F-4E #67‑0279 that disappeared on a bombing mission[99] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 30 Burgess, John L Specialist 5 US Army B Company, 227th Assault Helicopter Battalion Cambodian Campaign South Vietnam, Phuoc Long Province Crew chief on UH-1D #66-16693 hit by enemy fire, crashed and burned, no recoverable remains. The door gunner PFC J Goosman was the only survivor[100] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 30 Sanders, William S Captain USAF 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of OV-10A #68-3807 hit by enemy fire on a visual reconnaissance mission, he was apparently wounded and failed to eject. The observer SFC Albert E. Mosiello ejected successfully and was rescued[101] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 2 Harber, Stephen J Specialist US Army E Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment Battle of Fire Support Base Ripcord South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Disappeared during a night attack on his lookout position[102] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 4 Bookout, Charles F Sergeant First Class US Army RT Colorado, CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Salavan Province Killed when his reconnaissance patrol was ambushed, his boy could not be recovered due to strong enemy presence[103] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 7 Beals, Charles E Specialist US Army D Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment Battle of Fire Support Base Ripcord South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Assistant machine-gunner, shot and killed during an ambush on his patrol, his body could not be recovered due to strong enemy presence[104] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 7 Howard, Lewis Specialist US Army D Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment Battle of Fire Support Base Ripcord South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Rifleman shot and killed during an ambush on his patrol, his body could not be recovered due to strong enemy presence[105] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 21 Schultz, Ronald J Private First Class US Army D Company, 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment Battle of Fire Support Base Ripcord South Vietnam Medic who fell from the skid of a medevac helicopter from a height of 400 ft while deserting his unit[106] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 24 Reed, James W Captain USAF 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Xiangkhouang Province Pilot of F-4D hit by enemy fire on a strafing run and crashed, no ejection observed. The remains of the weapons system operator 1Lt. Donald B. Bloodworth were identified in 1998[107] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 25 Gregory, Paul A Lieutenant US Navy VF-92, USS America (CV-66) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4J #155789 that suffered control problems. The radar intercept officer LTJG W Harding ejected successfully and was rescued[108] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 30 Brown, Donald A Captain USAF 14th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Champasak Province Weapons system operator on RF-4C #66‑0436 lost on a night reconnaissance mission[109] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 30 Chavez, Gary A Captain USAF 14th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Champasak Province Pilot of RF-4C #66‑0436 lost on a night reconnaissance mission[110] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 12 Brown, James A Specialist US Army 362nd Engineering Company South Vietnam, Tay Ninh Province Drowned while swimming[111] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 15 Becker, James C 1st Lieutenant US Army 71st Assault Helicopter Company Laos, Xekong Province Pilot of UH-1H #69-15375 shot down while extracting a reconnaissance team, he was killed in the crash and his body could not be recovered due to strong enemy presence[112] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 15 Schmidt, Peter A Specialist US Army 71st Assault Helicopter Company Laos, Xekong Province Door gunner on UH-1H #69-15375 shot down while extracting a reconnaissance team, he died from injuries shortly after the crash and his body could not be recovered due to strong enemy presence[113] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 17 Wellons, Phillip R Major USAF 4th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Weapons system operator on F-4E #67‑0312 that collided with another F-4E #67‑0257 during a night strike mission. The other 3 crewmen were all killed[114] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 5 Hauer, Robert D 1st Lieutenant USAF 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron South Vietnam, Khánh Hòa Province Pilot of O-2A that disappeared during a forward air control mission[115] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 11 Plassmeyer, Bernard H 1st Lieutenant USMC VMA-311 South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province His A-4E #151165 was shot down on a night air support mission[116] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 13 Miller, Wyatt Private US Army 490th Supply Company South Vietnam, Danang Drowned while surfing[117] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 5 Davidson, David A Staff Sergeant US Army RT Fer de Lance, CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Salavan Province Team leader wounded during an ambush on his patrol, his body could not be recovered due to strong enemy presence[118] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 5 Gassman, Fred A Sergeant US Army RT Fer de Lance, CCN, MACV-SOG Laos, Salavan Province Assistant team leader wounded during an ambush on his patrol, his body could not be recovered due to strong enemy presence[119] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 8 Ott, William A Captain USAF 14th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of RF-4C #68‑0610 that disappeared while returning from a photo reconnaissance mission[120] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 8 Shay, Donald E Captain USAF 14th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Weapons system operator on RF-4C #68‑0610 that disappeared while returning from a photo reconnaissance mission[121] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 16 Martin, John B Lieutenant US Navy VF-191, USS Oriskany (CV-34) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-8J #150289 crashed into the rear of the carrier while making a night-landing[122] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 18 Strait, Douglas F Specialist US Army C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Binh Tuy Province Observer on OH-6A #67-16193 hit by enemy fire and crashed snf burned on a reconnaissance mission. SAR forces recovered the bodies of the two other crewmen the following day[123] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 19 Wilson, Peter J Staff Sergeant US Army RT South Carolina, CCC, MACV-SOG Laos, Attapeu Province Team leader of a reconnaissance patrol overrun by enemy forces[124] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 3 Day, Dennis I Corporal US Army 329th Transport Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on LCU-63 en route from Danang to Tan My port, Huế during Typhoon Patsy (1970), the capsized LCU was discovered the following day near Tan My. The body of one crewman PFC Billy H. Peoples was recovered 3 days later on Cu Lao Island and the remains of Corporal Perry Kitchens were returned in 1977[125] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 3 Dority, Richard C Corporal US Army 329th Transport Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on LCU-63[126] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 3 Ginn, David L Private First Class US Army 329th Transport Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on LCU-63[127] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 3 Mangus, Arlie R Private First Class US Army 329th Transport Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on LCU-63[128] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 3 Martin, Jerry D Private First Class US Army 329th Transport Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on LCU-63[129] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 3 Norris, Calvin A Sergeant US Army 329th Transport Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on LCU-63[130] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 3 Pantall, James R Private First Class US Army 329th Transport Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on LCU-63[131] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 3 Shewmake, John D Staff Sergeant US Army 329th Transport Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on LCU-63[132] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 3 Woods, David W Corporal US Army 329th Transport Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Passenger on LCU-63[133] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 8 Corona, Joel Private First Class US Army C Company, Troop Command, Army Depot Cam Ranh Bay South Vietnam, Cam Ranh Bay Drowned while swimming[134] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 13 Bancroft, William W 1st Lieutenant USAF 14th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron North Vietnam, Ha Tinh Province Weapons system operator on RF-4C #66‑0420that crashed while making a low-level reconnaissance pass[135] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 13 Wright, David I Major USAF 14th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron North Vietnam, Ha Tinh Province Pilot of RF-4C #66‑0420 that crashed while making a low-level reconnaissance pass[136] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 14 Klugg, Joseph R Lieutenant US Navy VFP-63, USS Oriskany (CV-34) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin The landing gear on his RF-8G #145624 collapsed during launch, he ejected but drowned before SAR forces could arrive[137] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 24 McIntosh, Ian Warrant Officer US Army A Company, 2nd Battalion, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Observer on OH-6A #67-16484 wounded when the helicopter was hit by enemy fire on an armed reconnaissance mission. The pilot made an emergency landing and the helicopter caught fire, no recoverable remains[138] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 28 Smith, Ronald E Sergeant First Class US Army RT Kentucky, CCC, MACV-SOG Laos, Attapeu Province Killed when his long range reconnaissance patrol was ambushed, his body could not be recovered due to strong enemy presence[139] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 30 Stringer, John C 1st Lieutenant US Army B Company, 1st Battalion, 11th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Drowned during a river crossing on patrol[140] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 4 Green, George C Sergeant US Army RT Washington, CCC, MACV-SOG Laos, Attapeu Province Killed when his long range reconnaissance patrol was ambushed, his body could not be recovered due to strong enemy presence[141] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 6 Taylor, Walter J Private First Class US Army A Company, 156th Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Danang Door gunner on UH-1H #69-15184 that crashed into Danang Harbour[142] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 12 Duckett, Thomas A 1st Lieutenant USAF 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of O-2A #67-21428 that crashed on an evening forward air control mission[143] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 12 Skinner, Owen G Major USAF 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Observer on O-2A #67-21428 that crashed on an evening forward air control mission[144] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 15 Deuso, Carroll J Master Chief Boilerman US Navy Mobile Support Unit, Detachment B, Task Force 73 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger on C-2A #152793 that crashed shortly after launch from USS Ranger (CV-61) on a flight to Cubi Point[145] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 15 McCoy, Meril O Lieutenant US Navy VRC-50 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of C-2A #152793 that crashed shortly after launch from USS Ranger (CV-61)[146] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 15 Owen, Clyde C Aviation Machinist 3rd Class US Navy VRC-50 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Flight engineer on C-2A #152793 that crashed shortly after launch from USS Ranger (CV-61)[147] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 15 Piersanti, Anthony J Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VRC-50 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of C-2A #152793 that crashed shortly after launch from USS Ranger (CV-61)[148] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 23 Booth, Gary P Specialist US Army 18th Aviation Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Crew chief on U-1A #55-3298 that broke up in mid-air on a courier flight offshore of Phu Yen Province[149] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 23 McAndrews, Michael W Warrant Officer US Army 18th Aviation Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Aircraft commander of U-1A #55-3298 that broke up in mid-air on a courier flight offshore of Phu Yen Province[150] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 23 Wiseman, Bain W Warrant Officer US Army 18th Aviation Company South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of U-1A #55-3298 that broke up in mid-air on a courier flight offshore of Phu Yen Province[151] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 30 Bunker, Park G Major USAF Detachment 1, 56th Special Operations Wing Operation Barrel Roll Laos, Plain of Jars His O-1 was shot down and crashed, he escaped from the crashed aircraft but was mortally wounded while evading the enemy[152] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]

1971[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
January 3 Holguin, Luis G Chief Warrant Officer US Army 61st Assault Helicopter Company (61st AHC) South Vietnam Passenger on U-6A #52-25884 that disappeared while flying from Qui Nhon to Buôn Ma Thuột city to collect replacement helicopters[153] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 3 Magee, Patrick J Specialist 5 US Army 61st AHC South Vietnam Passenger on U-6A #52-25884 that disappeared while flying from Qui Nhon to Buôn Ma Thuột city[154] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 3 Okerlund, Thomas R Warrant Officer US Army 61st AHC South Vietnam Passenger on U-6A #52-25884 that disappeared while flying from Qui Nhon to Buôn Ma Thuột city[155] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 3 Omelia, Dennis W Warrant Officer US Army 61st AHC South Vietnam Passenger on U-6A #52-25884 that disappeared while flying from Qui Nhon to Buôn Ma Thuột city[156] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 3 Palen, Carl A Specialist 5 US Army 61st AHC South Vietnam Passenger on U-6A #52-25884 that disappeared while flying from Qui Nhon to Buôn Ma Thuột city[157] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 3 Parsons, Michael D Lieutenant US Army 61st AHC South Vietnam Passenger on U-6A #52-25884 that disappeared while flying from Qui Nhon to Buôn Ma Thuột city[158] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 3 Rhodes, Ferris A Captain US Army 223rd Aviation Battalion South Vietnam Pilot of U-6A #52-25884 that disappeared while flying from Qui Nhon to Buôn Ma Thuột city[159] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 5 Cramer, Donald M Chief Warrant Officer US Army 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of AH-1G #67-16083 that disappeared after leaving Phu Bai Air Base on a night training flight. The body of the gunner SP4 Ronnie V Rogers was washed up on a beach 3 days later[160] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 6 Miller, Carleton P Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-21, USS Ranger (CV-61) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Radar intercept officer on an F-4J #155577 that missed the arrestor wire during a night land and went into the sea, both crewmen ejected, but he disappeared before rescue forces arrived[161] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 8 Curry, Keith R Commander US Navy VA-145, USS Ranger (CV-61) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of A-6C #155647[162] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 15 Harwood, James A Sergeant US Army Detachment B-43, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Chi Lang Disappeared during an ambush while leading a Khmer National Armed Forces (FANK) unit on a training exercise[163] Presumptive finding of death[1]
January 15 Kinsman, Gerald F 1st Lieutenant US Army Detachment B-43, 5th Special Forces Group South Vietnam, Chi Lang Mortally wounded during an ambush while leading a FANK unit on a training exercise[164] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 17 Mirrer, Robert H Major USAF 4th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam Pilot of F-4E #68-0288 hit by enemy fire and crashed at sea. Both cremen ejected successfully, but only the weapons systems officer was rescued[165] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 26 Carter, Gerald L Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-164, USS Hancock (CV-19) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-4F #154930 went into the sea when the catapult failed[166] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 29 Mixter, David I Sergeant US Army MACV-SOG Laos, Attapeu Province Member of RT Colorado a long range reconnaissance patrol that was engaged by enemy forces, he was mortally wounded by a B-40 rocket and his body was left behind as his team extracted[167] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
January 31 Cartwright, Patrick G Aviation Structural Mechanic 3rd Class US Navy VA-195, USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Lost overboard[168] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 3 Standerwick, Robert L Lieutenant Colonel USAF 25th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of F-4D #66-8777 shot down while dropping sensors on the Ho Chi Minh Trail, both crewmen ejected and he radioed that he was surrounded by enemy forces and had been shot. The weapons systems officer Major Norbert A. Gotner was capture and released in 1973[169] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 5 Paul, James L Warrant Officer US Army 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Copilot of AH-1G #66-15340 that crashed into a mountain-side in low cloud, the helicopter exploded and caught fire. SAR forces recovered the remains of the pilot W1 Carl M. Wood[170] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 8 Stewart, Paul C Chief Warrant Officer US Army 158th Assault Helicopter Battalion Operation Lam Son 719 Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of a UH-1H that was hit in the tail rotor, crashed inverted and burnt on impact. SAR forces recovered the remains of the other 4 crewmembers[171] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 15 Leonard, Marvin M Chief Warrant Officer US Army 159th Aviation Battalion Operation Lam Son 719 Laos, Savannakhet Province Copilot of a CH-47C #67-18506 hit by ground fire while transporting fuel bladders to a forward base, the fuel bladders exploded causing the helicopter to explode and crash. The remains of the other 4 crewmembers were recovered in 2000[172] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 15 Taylor, James H 2nd Lieutenant US Army 159th Aviation Battalion Operation Lam Son 719 Laos, Savannakhet Province Copilot of a CH-47C #67-18506 hit by ground fire while transporting fuel bladders to a forward base, the fuel bladders exploded causing the helicopter to explode and crash[173] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 16 Hoskins, Charles L 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Laos Weapons systems officer on an F-4D #66-8750 hit by enemy fire and crashed on a night bombing mission[174] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 16 Pattillo, Ralph N Major USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Laos Pilot of an F-4D #66-8750 hit by enemy fire and crashed on a night bombing mission[175] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 18 Berg, George P Warrant Officer US Army A Company, 101st Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Pilot of UH-1H #68-15255 shot down while extracting members of MACV-SOG team RT Intruder. The helicopter crashed in flames. Another MACV-SOG team RT Habu rappelled into the crash site the following day and gathered the remains of the crew and passengers in body bags for extraction, but RT Habu was attacked by enemy forces and had to extract leaving the bodies behind[176] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 18 Demsey, Walter E Specialist US Army 101st Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Crew chief on UH-1H #68-15255 shot down while extracting members of MACV-SOG team RT Intruder[177] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 18 Johnson, Gary L Specialist US Army 101st Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Door gunner on UH-1H #68-15255 shot down while extracting members of MACV-SOG team RT Intruder[178] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 18 Lloyd, Allen R Sergeant US Army MACV-SOG South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Member of RT Intruder being extracted by STABO rig beneath UH-1H #68-15255 when it was shot down[179] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 18 Watson, Ronald L Captain US Army MACV-SOG South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Leader of RT Intruder being extracted by STABO rig beneath UH-1H #68-15255 when it was shot down[180] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 18 Woods, Gerald E Warrant Officer US Army 101st Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Pilot of UH-1H #68-15255 shot down while extracting members of MACV-SOG team RT Intruder[181] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 20 Acalotto, Robert J Corporal US Army 48th Assault Helicopter Company Operation Lam Son 719 Laos, Savannakhet Province Door gunner on a UH-1C gunship #66–700 shot down while providing air cover for a resupply mission[182] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 20 Johnson, Randolph L Sergeant US Army 48th Assault Helicopter Company Operation Lam Son 719 Laos, Savannakhet Province Crew chief on a UH-1C gunship #66–700 shot down while providing air cover for a resupply mission[183] Presumptive finding of death[1]
February 27 Babcock, Ronald L Lieutenant US Army 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Operation Lam Son 719 Laos, Saravane Province Pilot of OH-6A #67-16256 shot down on a low-level Pink Team reconnaissance mission, the helicopter crashed and both crewmen were seen to be shot after they escaped from the helicopter. The bodies could not be recovered due to heavy enemy fire[184] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 27 Mooney, Fred Sergeant First Class US Army 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Operation Lam Son 719 Laos, Saravane Province Door gunner/observer on OH-6A #67-16256 shot down on a low-level reconnaissance mission[185] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
February 27 Lewis, Larry G Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-21, USS Ranger (CV-61) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of F-4J that lost power to one engine on a night launch and went into the sea. The radar intercept officer was rescued[186] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 1 Zubke, Deland D Specialist 5 US Army 7th Battalion, 15th Artillery Regiment South Vietnam, Kontum Province Artillery forward observer attached to an ARVN unit, he disappeared when the unit was overrun by enemy forces[187] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 3 Dubbeld, Orie J 1st Lieutenant US Army Advisory Team 21, MACV South Vietnam, Kontum Province Advisor to the 22nd ARVN Ranger Battalion, killed by mortar fire in an ambush, his body was left behind during the evacuation[188] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 3 Duncan, James E Sergeant First Class US Army Advisory Team 21, MACV South Vietnam, Kontum Province Advisor to the 22nd ARVN Ranger Battalion, killed by mortar fire in an ambush, his body was left behind during the evacuation[189] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 4 Algaard, Harold L Warrant Officer US Army 509th Radio Research Group North Vietnam Copilot of JU21-A #67-18062 LEFT JAB aircraft that disappeared on an intelligence gathering flight near the DMZ[190][191] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 4 Hentz, Richard J Specialist 5 US Army 509th Radio Research Group North Vietnam Crewman on JU21-A #67-18062 LEFT JAB aircraft that disappeared on an intelligence gathering flight near the DMZ[192] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 4 Marker, Michael W Captain US Army 509th Radio Research Group North Vietnam Pilot of JU21-A #67-18062 LEFT JAB aircraft that disappeared on an intelligence gathering flight near the DMZ[193] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 4 Osborne, Rodney D Specialist 5 US Army 509th Radio Research Group North Vietnam Technical Observer on JU21-A #67-18062 LEFT JAB aircraft that disappeared on an intelligence gathering flight near the DMZ[194] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 4 Strawn, John T Specialist 6 US Army 509th Radio Research Group North Vietnam Crewman on JU21-A #67-18062 LEFT JAB aircraft that disappeared on an intelligence gathering flight near the DMZ[195] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 6 Hummel, John F Warrant Officer US Army 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Khe Sanh Pilot of AH-1G #67-15464 that disappeared while returning from an SAR mission[196] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 6 Milliner, William P Warrant Officer US Army 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Khe Sanh Co-pilot of AH-1G #67-15464 that disappeared while returning from an SAR mission[197] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 8 Grantham, Robert E Corporal US Army 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Observer on OH-6A #67-16645 that was part of a Pink Team hit by enemy fire, crashed and burned, no survivors observed[198] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 8 Hale, John D 1st Lieutenant US Army 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Pilot of OH-6A #67-16645 that was part of a Pink Team hit by enemy fire, crashed and burned, no survivors observed[199] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 10 Smoot, Curtis R Sergeant US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Cambodia, Kratié Province Door gunner on OH-6A #67-17412 shot down on a visual reconnaissance mission and crashed in flames into a river. The remains of the crew chief SP4 Robert Kiser were recovered by SAR forces, while the pilot WO1 Craig J. Houser survived and made contact with friendly forces[200] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 12 Jeffs, Clive G 1st Lieutenant USAF 614th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Khánh Hòa Province His F-100D #56-3415 crashed while on a close air support mission[201] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 13 Creed, Barton S Lieutenant US Navy VA-113, USS Ranger (CV-61) Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Savannakhet Province His A-7E #157589 was hit by ground fire and he ejected breaking an arm and a leg. He made contact with SAR forces but they were unable to rescue him due to heavy ground fire, his last radio transmission indicated he was about to be captured.[202] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 15 Sexton, David M Sergeant US Army 5th Battalion, 4th Artillery Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Gun Chief on an M109 howitzer that exploded and was consumed by fire, his remains were lost in transit to Graves Registration[203] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 17 Bauman, Richard L Chief Warrant Officer US Army 128th Assault Helicopter Company Cambodia, Kratie Province Pilot of UH-1H #69-15664that was shot down while inserting ARVN troops, he was last seen evading enemy troops[204] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 17 Dix, Craig M Specialist US Army 128th Assault Helicopter Company Cambodia, Kratie Province Crew Chief on UH-1H #69-15664 that was shot down while inserting ARVN troops, he was last seen to be wounded and evading enemy troops[205] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 17 Lilly, Lawrence E 1st Lieutenant US Army 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Cambodia, Kratie Province Copilot of AH-1G #69-17935 shot down on a visual reconnaissance mission, ARVN forces found his body but were unable to evacuate it due to heavy enemy fire[206] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 17 Scrivener, Stephen R 1st Lieutenant USAF 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos Co-pilot of O-2A #68-6860 shot down on a forward air control mission[207] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 17 Seeley, Douglas M Captain USAF 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos Pilot of O-2A #68-6860 shot down on a forward air control mission[208] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 19 Cristman, Frederick L Warrant Officer US Army 48th Assault Helicopter Company Operation Lam Son 719 Laos Pilot of UH-1C gunship #65-9489 shot down while on an armed escort mission[209] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 19 Garcia, Ricardo M Specialist 5 US Army 48th Assault Helicopter Company Operation Lam Son 719 Laos Crew Chief on UH-1C gunship #65-9489 shot down while on an armed escort mission[210] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 19 Sparks, Jon M Warrant Officer US Army 48th Assault Helicopter Company Operation Lam Son 719 Laos Copilot of UH-1C gunship #65-9489 shot down while on an armed escort mission[211] Presumptive finding of death[1]
March 22 Cleve, Reginald D Warrant Officer US Army 176th Assault Helicopter Company Operation Lam Son 719 Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of a UH-1H #68-15759 shot down while on a resupply mission to ARVN troops, the helicopter exploded and burned on the ground, none of the crew was seen to escape[212] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 22 Hall, Walter R Specialist US Army 176th Assault Helicopter Company Operation Lam Son 719 Laos, Savannakhet Province Door gunner on a UH-1H #68-15759 shot down while on a resupply mission to ARVN troops[213] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 22 Knutsen, Donald P Specialist US Army 176th Assault Helicopter Company Operation Lam Son 719 Laos, Savannakhet Province Crew chief a UH-1H #68-15759 shot down while on a resupply mission to ARVN troops[214] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 22 Traver, John G Warrant Officer US Army 176th Assault Helicopter Company Operation Lam Son 719 Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of a UH-1H #68-15759 shot down while on a resupply mission to ARVN troops[215] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 22 Moriarty, Peter G Captain USAF 615th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Lam Son 719 Laos, Savannakhet Province His F-100D was hit by ground fire and exploded[216] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 24 Beckwith, Harry M Sergeant US Army 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Regiment Operation Lam Son 719 South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Gunner on OH-58A #69-16136 shot down on a visual reconnaissance mission. His remains were recovered from the crash site, but the body bag fell from the evacuation helicopter[217] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 25 McDonell, R D Staff Sergeant US Army 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Killed by an enemy grenade when his patrol was ambushed near the DMZ and his body was unable to be recovered due to enemy presence[218] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 25 Puentes, Manuel R Private First Class US Army 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Shot and wounded when his patrol was ambushed near the DMZ, he was left behind when the unit withdrew[219] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 25 Rossano, Richard J Private First Class US Army 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Killed by an enemy grenade when his patrol was ambushed near the DMZ. His body was unable to be recovered due to enemy presence[220] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
March 31 Salley, James Sergeant First Class US Army Advisory Team 22, MACV South Vietnam, Kontum Province Member of integrated observation systems team taken prisoner after fire support base Number 6 on Hill 1001 was overrun by elements of the 66th NVA Regiment. Sgt David F Allwine who was released in Operation Homecoming reported that SFC Salley died in a POW Camp in Laos in July 1971[221] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
March 31 Terrill, Philip B Specialist US Army 1st Battalion, 92nd Artillery Regiment South Vietnam, Kontum Province Member of integrated observation systems team taken prisoner after fire support base Number 6 on Hill 1001 was overrun by elements of the 66th NVA Regiment. Sgt David F Allwine who was released in Operation Homecoming reported that Sp$ Terrill died of wounds within days of his capture[222] Died in captivity, remains not returned[1]
April 4 Smith, Joseph S 1st Lieutenant USAF 612nd Tactical Fighter Squadron Cambodia, Kampong Thom Province His F-100D was shot down[223] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 9 Lilly, Carroll B Captain USAF 1st Special Operations Squadron Laos, Chavane His A-1H Skyraider #137628 crashed into the ground in low cloud while on an SAR mission[224] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 11 Buerk, William C Captain USAF 614th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam His F-100D crashed[225] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
April 24 Champion, James A Private First Class US Army L Company, 75th Infantry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Member of a long range reconnaissance patrol ambushed by enemy forces, after 2 days of battle he left the team's perimeter to get water and disappeared[226] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 25 Lemon, Jeffrey C Captain USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Saravane Province Pilot of F-4D #66-7616 that crashed and burned on a night escort strike mission, no ejections observed[227] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 25 Sigafoos, Walter H 1st Lieutenant USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Saravane Province Weapons systems Officer on F-4D #66-7616 that crashed and burned on a night escort strike mission, no ejections observed[228] Presumptive finding of death[1]
April 27 Krupa, Frederick Captain US Army Task Force 2, MACV-SOG South Vietnam, Plei Djereng Passenger aboard a UH-1H helicopter in which his unit was about to conduct a helicopter inserted near the Laotian border, he was hit by enemy fire, fell from the hovering helicopter and was last seen lying on the ground[229] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 10 Bingham, Klaus J Staff Sergeant US Army MACV-SOG South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Member of 6-man reconnaissance team Asp that was inserted near the Vietnam/Laos border on 3 May. Radio contact with the team was lost on 4 May.[230] The remains of the 3rd American team member SFC Lewis C. Walton were identified in 2006[231] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 10 Luttrell, James M Staff Sergeant US Army MACV-SOG South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Member of 6-man reconnaissance team Asp that was inserted near the Vietnam/Laos border on 3 May. Radio contact with the team was lost on 4 May[232] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 16 Crook, Elliott Specialist US Army Company A, 101st Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Crew chief on a UH-1H shot down after inserting ARVN Marines, the helicopter burnt on impact. SAR forces were inserted 8 days later but were unable to evacuate all remains from the burnt wreckage due to heavy enemy fire.[233] The remains of the 4th crewman, SP4 Timothy J Jacobsen, were identified in 2008.[234] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 16 Farlow, Craig L Warrant Officer US Army Company A, 101st Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Copilot of UH-1H shot down after inserting ARVN Marines, the helicopter burnt on impact[235] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 16 Nolan, Joseph P 1st Lieutenant US Army Company A, 101st Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Copilot of UH-1H shot down after inserting ARVN Marines, the helicopter burnt on impact[236] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 17 Pearce, Dale A Warrant Officer US Army Company C, 158th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Copilot of UH-1H #67-17607 shot down while attempting to extract RT Alaska. He was killed in the crash but the SAR team was unable to extract his body from the wreckage[237] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 17 Soyland, David P Warrant Officer US Army Company C, 158th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Pilot of UH-1H #67-17607 shot down while attempting to extract RT Alaska. He escaped the crashed helicopter, but disappeared[238] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 18 Entrican, Danny D 1st Lieutenant US Army RT Alaska, MACV-SOG South Vietnam, Thua Thien Province Leader of RT Alaska inserted into the Da Krong Valley on 8 May. On 17 May the team was ambushed and called for extraction, he was wounded and remained behind as the team moved to the evacuation point[239] Presumptive finding of death[1]
May 28 Chavira, Stephen Sergeant US Army 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Gunner on an OH-6A hit by an RPG while on a hunter-killer mission. The accompanying UH-1C gunships saw no-one escape the burning wreckage[240] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
May 28 Urquhart, Paul D Captain US Army 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, A Shau Valley Pilot of OH-6A hit by an RPG while on a hunter-killer mission[241] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 5 Jones, John R Sergeant US Army Task Force 1, Advisory Element, USARV South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Wounded and disappeared when NVA forces overran radio relay post on Hill 950 Hickory Hill[242] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 14 Wilson, Richard Private First Class US Army 523rd Transportation Company South Vietnam, Thus Thien Province His truck crashed off a bridge into a river and his body was washed away[243] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 18 Bidwell, Barry A Aviation Machinist 2nd Class US Navy VAQ-130, USS Oriskany (CV-34) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Crewman on an EKA-3B #147649 that crashed on launch[244] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 18 Deblasio, Raymond V Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VAQ-130, USS Oriskany (CV-34) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Copilot of EKA-3B #147649 that crashed on launch[245] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 18 Painter, John R Lieutenant US Navy VAQ-130, USS Oriskany (CV-34) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of EKA-3B #147649 that crashed on launch[246] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 21 Metzler, Charles D Commander US Navy VF-194, USS Oriskany (CV-34) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-8J crashed into the sea[247] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
June 22 Strohlein, Madison A Sergeant US Army RT New Jersey, MACV-SOG South Vietnam, Quang Nam province Member of a 4-man reconnaissance team inserted by HALo jump. He was unable to join up with other team members and radioed for evacuation due to injuries sustain in the parachute jump. Radio contact was lost and SAR forces inserted the following day found his CAR-15 and evidence of a firefight[248] Presumptive finding of death[1]
June 30 Bridges, Philip W Specialist US Army 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam Killed with 3 other soldiers when the explosives on the truck they were unloading exploded, no identifiable remains of SP4 Bridges were recovered[249] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 6 Carr, Donald G Captain US Army Mobile Launch Team 3, MACV-SOG Laos, Attapeu Province Observer on OV-10A #67-14634 lost in poor weather on a visual reconnaissance mission[250] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 6 Thomas, Daniel W 1st Lieutenant USAF 23rd tactical Air Support Squadron Laos, Attapeu Province Pilot of OV-10A #67-14634 lost in poor weather on a visual reconnaissance mission[251] Presumptive finding of death[1]
July 15 Taylor, Ted J Captain US Army 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Pilot of AH-1G #67-15674 that suffered mechanical failure and crashed into the Quang Tri River. As he was being rescued he fell into the river and drowned[252] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 18 Aston, Jay S Warrant Officer US Army Company C, 101st Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Pilot of UH-1H #68-15671 shot down on an extraction mission. SAR forces were unable to extract his body from the wreckage due to heavy enemy presence[253] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
July 24 Antunano, Gregory A Sergeant US Army 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Cambodia, Kratié Province Observer on an OH-6A #68-17257 shot down while on a reconnaissance mission. SAR forces confirmed he was dead but were unable to extract his body and that of the gunner SP4 Randall Dalton due to enemy activity, when SAR forces returned the next day his and Dalton's bodies had disappeared.[254] In 1989 the remains of SP4 Dalton were returned, but these were not identified until 2011[255] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 7 Berg, Bruce A Sergeant US Army RT Kansas, MACV-SOG South Vietnam, Qunag Tri Province Shot while recovering a M18 Claymore mine from a night ambush position. His body was left behind when his reconnaissnace team came under attack[256] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 10 Bates, Paul J Captain US Army 220th Aviation Company, 212th Aviation Battalion South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Pilot of O-1G #51-2267 which crashed while conducting a visual reconnaissance mission and caught fire[257] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 10 Dolan, Thomas A Specialist 5 US Army 101st MI Co, 101st Airborne Division South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Observer on O-1G #51-2267 which crashed while conducting a visual reconnaissance mission and caught fire[258] Presumptive finding of death[1]
August 18 Kuykendall, Willie C Private First Class US Army Troop F, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Drowned while attempting to move a vehicle stuck in the Thu Bon River[259] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
August 18 Weeks, Melvin L Private First Class US Army Troop F, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Nam Province Drowned while attempting to assist PFC Willie Kuykendall[260] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
September 30 Bond, Ronald L 1st Lieutenant USAF 390th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Saravane Province Weapons systems operator on F-4E #68-0316 that crashed on a daytime visual reconnaissance mission[261] Presumptive finding of death[1]
September 30 Donovan, Michael L Captain USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Saravane Province Pilot of F-4E #68-0316 that crashed on a daytime visual reconnaissance mission[262] Presumptive finding of death[1]
October 22 Garrett, Maurice E Captain US Army 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quang Tri Province Pilot of AH-1G #67-15752 that crashed in bad weather and caught fire. SAR forces recovered the remains of the copilot 1st Lieutenant Danny A. Cowan[263] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 26 Eveland, Mickey E Specialist US Army 68th Assault Support Helicopter Company (68th ASHC) South Vietnam, Nha Trang Crew chief on CH-47B #66-19143 that crashed at sea in bad weather on a flight from Tuy Hoa to Cam Ranh Bay. Debris was found on Hon Tre island, just offshore from Nha Trang and the bodies of four crewmen/passengers were recovered.[264] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 26 Finger, Sanford I Staff Sergeant US Army US Army Element Vietnam Army-Air Force Regional Exchange South Vietnam, Nha Trang Passenger on CH-47B #66-19143 that crashed at sea[265] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 26 Green, Thomas F Private First Class US Army 68th ASHC South Vietnam, Nha Trang Gunner on CH-47B #66-19143 that crashed at sea[266] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 26 Lautzenheiser, Michael Specialist 5 US Army 68th ASHC South Vietnam, Nha Trang Flight engineer on CH-47B #66-19143 that crashed at sea[267] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 26 Nickol, Robert A Specialist 5 US Army 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Nha Trang [268] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 26 Trudeau, Albert R Warrant Officer US Army 68th ASHC South Vietnam Copilot of CH-47B #66-19143 that crashed at sea[269] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
October 29 Oakley, Linus L Sergeant USAF 6100th Field Maintenance Squadron South Vietnam, Cam Ranh Bay Drowned while swimming[270] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 3 Decaire, Jack L Specialist 6 US Army 1st Transportation Battalion, South Vietnam, Vung Tau Lost overboard from USNS Corpus Christi Bay (T-ARVH-1)[271] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
November 23 Altus, Robert W Captain USAF 4th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Saravane Province Pilot of F-4E #69-7562 that crashed, no ejection or parachutes observed[272] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 23 Phelps, William 1st Lieutenant USAF 4th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Saravane Province Weapons system operator on F-4E #69-7562 that crashed, no ejection or parachutes observed[273] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 25 Thomas, James R Technical Sergeant USAF 37th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron South Vietnam, Gi Dinh Province Pararescueman on Jolly Green 70, CH-53 #68-10366 that was hit by ground fire and crashed into the Song Na River. 2 crewmen survived the crash and the bodies of 3 other crewmen were recovered from the wreckage[274] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 26 Beutel, Robert D 1st Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Savannakhet Province Weapons system officer on F-4D #66-7752 that disappeared on a night forward air control mission[275] Presumptive finding of death[1]
November 26 Steadman, James E Captain USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of F-4D #66-7752 that disappeared on a night forward air control mission[276] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 10 McIntire, Scott W Lieutenant Colonel USAF 17th Wild Weasel Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Mu Gia Pass Pilot of F105G #63-8326 hit by a SAM while on a Wild Weasel mission. Both crewmen ejected successfully, SAR forces recovered the weapons system officer Major Robert Belli and observed Lt Col McIntire's body hanging lifeless in his parachute from a tree, but were unable to recover his body due to enemy fire[277] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 14 Boyanowski, John G Lieutenant Colonel US Army Training Directorate, MACV South Vietnam Passenger on U-21A #66-18041 that suffered engine failure and disappeared on a flight from Phu Bai to Danang[278] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 14 Bremmer, Dwight A Specialist US Army 11th Aviation Group South Vietnam Passenger on U-21A #66-18041 that disappeared on a flight from Phu Bai to Danang[279] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 14 Caldwell, Floyd D Staff Sergeant US Army 220th Aviation Company South Vietnam Passenger on U-21A #66-18041 that disappeared on a flight from Phu Bai to Danang[280] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 14 Hollinger, Gregg N Captain US Army Training Directorate, MACV South Vietnam Passenger on U-21A #66-18041 that disappeared on a flight from Phu Bai to Danang[281] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 14 Perkins, Cecil C Captain US Army 165th Aviation Group South Vietnam Copilot of U-21A #66-18041 that disappeared on a flight from Phu Bai to Danang[282] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 14 Perry, Otha L Chief Warrant Officer US Army 165th Aviation Group South Vietnam Pilot of U-21A #66-18041 that disappeared on a flight from Phu Bai to Danang[283] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 19 Forame, Peter C 1st Lieutenant US Army 2nd Squadron, 11th Cavalry Regiment Cambodia, Kampong Cham Province Copilot of OH-6A #67-16347 shot down on a bomb damage assessment mission. The helicopter exploded in flames and the bodies of both crewmen were seen on the ground but could not be recovered due to strong enemy fire[284] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 19 Skiles, Thomas W Warrant Officer US Army 2nd Squadron, 11th Cavalry Regiment Cambodia, Kampong Cham Province Pilot of OH-6A #67-16347 shot down on a bomb damage assessment mission[285] Killed in action, body not recovered[1]
December 24 Finn, William R 1st Lieutenant USAF 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Attapeu Province Copilot of OV-10A #67-14667 that disappeared on a night forward air control mission[286] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 24 Tucker, Timothy M 1st Lieutenant USAF 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Attapeu Province Pilot of OV-10A #67-14667 that disappeared on a night forward air control mission[287] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 27 Ritter, George L Civilian Air America Laos, Luang Prabang Province Pilot of C-123K #6293 that was shot down on a flight from Udorn, Thailand to Ban Xieng Lom[288] Missing[1]
December 27 Townley, Roy F Civilian Air America Laos, Luang Prabang Province Copilot of C-123K #6293 that was shot down on a flight from Udorn, Thailand to Ban Xieng Lom[289] Missing[1]
December 27 Weissenback, Edward J Civilian Air America Laos, Luang Prabang Province Kicker on C-123K #6293 that was shot down on a flight from Udorn, Thailand to Ban Xieng Lom[290] Missing[1]
December 30 Holmes, Frederick L Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-165, USS Constellation (CV-64) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of an A-6A hit by a SAM, the copilot ejected successfully and was rescued[291] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 31 Duggan, William Y Major USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Khammouane Province Pilot of F-4D #66-7573 lost on a night interdiction mission[292] Presumptive finding of death[1]
December 31 Sutter, Frederick J Captain USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Commando Hunt Laos, Khammouane Province Weapons system operator on F-4D #66-7573 lost on a night interdiction mission[293] Presumptive finding of death[1]

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