List of United States servicemembers and civilians missing in action during the Vietnam War (1972–75)

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This article is a list of US MIAs of the Vietnam War in the period from 1972–75. 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] No servicemembers or civilians were lost in 1974.

1972[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
January 20 Berdahl, David D Private First Class US Army 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Door gunner on a UH-1H helicopter #69-16717 hit by anti-aircraft fire on a search and rescue mission and crashed, he was trapped in the helicopter which was seen to explode[2] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 20 Edwards, Harry J Specialist US Army 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Regiment South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Rifleman on a UH-1H #69-16717 hit by anti-aircraft fire on a search and rescue mission, crashed and was seen to explode[4] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 4 Cooper, Daniel D Lieutenant US Navy VA-22, USS Coral Sea South Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-7E #156870 ran out of fuel and crashed at night while waiting for landing[5] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 16 Lee, Albert R Aviation Structural Mechanic 1st Class US Navy VF-111, USS Coral Sea South Vietnam Lost overboard[6] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 25 Morgan, William J Major US Army Adviser, Military Region 1, CORDS South Vietnam, Da Nang Passenger on UH-1H #69-15391 that hit the fantail of USS John R. Craig and crashed into Da Nang Harbour[7] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 7 Howell, Carter A 1st Lieutenant USAF 4th Tactical Fighter Squadron Laos, Saravane Province Pilot of an F-4E seen to impact the ground on a bombing run, no ejection observed. In 2003 the remains of the weapons system officer, 1st Lieutenant Stephen A Rusch were recovered.[8][9] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 23 Jackson, James T Captain USAF 25th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Weapons system officer on an F-4D #66-8792 which crashed inverted while pulling up from a bombing run[10] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 23 Whitt, James E Major USAF 25th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Steel Tiger Laos, Savannakhet Province Pilot of an F-4D which crashed inverted while pulling up from a bombing run[11] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 23 Pike, Dennis S Lieutenant US Navy VA-192, USS Kitty Hawk Laos His A-7E suffered engine failure and he was seen to eject[12] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 27 Crow, Raymond J Airman First Class USAF 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Cambodia, Stoeng Treng Province Pararescueman on HH-53C #66-10359 Jolly Green 61 that crashed on a rescue mission. A pararescueman was lowered to the crash site but was unable to identify any remains in the burnt-out wreckage[13] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 27 Dreher, Richard E Captain USAF 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Cambodia, Stoeng Treng Province Copilot of an HH-53C that crashed on a rescue mission[14] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 27 Manor, James Senior Airman USAF 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Cambodia, Stoeng Treng Province Pararescueman on an HH-53C that crashed on a rescue mission[15] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 27 Pannabecker, David E Captain USAF 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Cambodia, Stoeng Treng Province Pilot of an HH-53C that crashed on a rescue mission[16] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 27 Wagner, Raymond A Airman First Class USAF 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Cambodia, Stoeng Treng Province Pararescueman on an HH-53C that crashed on a rescue mission[17] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 27 Wong, Edward P E4 US Army 57th Assault Helicopter Company South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Door gunner on UH-1H #67-17841 that was hit by enemy fire and crashed, he was injured and carried on a litter by ARVN troops to a Fire Support Base, but was not seen again[18] Presumptive finding of death[3]
March 30 Crosby, Bruce A E4 US Army 8th Radio Research Field Station[19] Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Cam Lo District Killed when a rocket hit the radio bunker at FSB Sarge[20] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 30 Westcott, Gary P E5 US Army 8th Radio Research Field Station[21] Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Cam Lo District Killed when a rocket hit the radio bunker at FSB Sarge[22] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 1 Worth, James F Corporal USMC Sub-unit 1, 1st ANGLICO Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Gio Linh District Missing following an NVA attack[23] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 2 Bolte, Wayne L Major USAF 42nd Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Pilot of EB-66C #54-0466 call sign Bat 21 hit by an SA-2 missile[24] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 2 Gatwood, Robin F 1st Lieutenant USAF 42nd Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Copilot of EB-66C #54-0466 call sign Bat 21 hit by an SA-2 missile[25] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 2 Giannangeli, Anthony R Lieutenant Colonel USAF 42nd Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Electronic warfare officer on EB-66C #54-0466 call sign Bat 21 hit by an SA-2 missile[26] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 2 Levis, Charles A Lieutenant Colonel USAF 42nd Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Electronic warfare officer on EB-66C #54-0466 call sign Bat 21 hit by an SA-2 missile[27] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 2 Serex, Henry M Major USAF 42nd Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Electronic warfare officer on EB-66C #54-0466 call sign Bat 21 hit by an SA-2 missile[28] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 3 Christensen, Allen D Sergeant US Army 37th Signal Battalion South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Crew chief on a UH-1H #68-16330 that crashed in heavy cloud flying from Marble Mountain Air Facility to Quảng Trị City[29] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 3 O'Neill, Douglas L Chief Warrant Officer US Army 37th Signal Battalion South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Copilot on a UH-1H #68-16330 that crashed in heavy cloud flying from Marble Mountain Air Facility to Quảng Trị City[30] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 3 Williams, Edward W E4 US Army 37th Signal Battalion South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Door gunner on a UH-1H #68-16330 that crashed in heavy cloud flying from Marble Mountain Air Facility to Quảng Trị City[31] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 3 Zich, Larry A Chief Warrant Officer US Army 37th Signal Battalion South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Pilot of a UH-1H #68-16330 that crashed in heavy cloud flying from Marble Mountain Air Facility to Quảng Trị City[32] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 3 Muren, Thomas R Fireman Apprentice US Navy USS John R. Craig (DD-885) North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Lost overboard[33] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 7 Lull, Howard B Master Sergeant US Army Advisory Team 70, MACV Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Loc Ninh District Disappeared evading capture after his position was overrun by NVA[34] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 7 Potts, Larry F 1st Lieutenant USMC Sub-unit 1, 1st ANGLICO Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Observer on an OV-10A #68-3820, call sign Covey 282 hit by anti-aircraft fire, ejected successfully, believed captured[35] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 7 Walker, Bruce C 1st Lieutenant USAF 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Pilot of an OV-10A #68-3820, call sign Covey 282 hit by anti-aircraft fire, ejected successfully, evaded capture for 11 days, last seen by a search and rescue helicopter with NVA troops closing in around him[36] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 9 Ketchie, Scott D 1st Lieutenant USMC VMA-224, USS Coral Sea Laos, Savannakhet Province Copilot of an A-6A hit by anti-aircraft fire. The pilot ejected successfully and was rescued[37] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 13 Christensen, John M 1st Lieutenant USMC VMCJ-1 Operation Freedom Train North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Electronic warfare officer on an EA-6A #156979 that disappeared on a night mission[38] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 13 Leet, David L Captain USMC VCMJ-1 Operation Freedom Train North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot an EA-6A #156979 that disappeared on a night mission[39] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 14 Greenleaf, Joseph G Lieutenant US Navy VF-114, USS Kitty Hawk Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Cam Lo District Pilot of an F-4E hit by ground fire and seen to hit the ground with no objection observed. The remains of the weapons systems office Lt. Clemie McKinney were returned in 1985[40] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 16 Jones, Orvin C Captain USAF 17th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Freedom Train North Vietnam, Haiphong Weapons systems officer on an F-105G hit by anti-aircraft fire and crashed in Haiphong harbour[41] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 16 Mateja, Alan P Captain USAF 17th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Freedom Train North Vietnam, Haiphong Pilot of an F-105G hit by anti-aircraft fire and crashed in Haiphong harbour[42] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 24 Brownlee, Robert W Lieutenant Colonel US Army Advisory Team 22, MACV Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province District senior adviser disappeared while evading capture after the NVA overran Tanh Canh Base Camp[43] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 24 Carter, George W Major US Army Advisory Team 22, MACV Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Evacuated by helicopted as NVA overran Tanh Canh Base Camp, the UH-1H #69-15715 was hit by enemy fire and crashed[44] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 24 Ellen, Wade L Warrant Officer US Army 57th Assault Helicopter Company Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Copilot of UH-1H #69-15715 was hit by enemy fire while evacuating Tanh Canh Base Camp and crashed[45] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 24 Hunsicker, James E Lieutenant US Army 57th Assault Helicopter Company Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Pilot of UH-1H #69-15715 was hit by enemy fire while evacuating Tanh Canh Base Camp and crashed[46] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 24 Jones, Johnny M 1st Lieutenant US Army 17th Aviation Group Easter Offensive South Vietnam UH-1H #69-15715 which was hit by enemy fire while evacuating Tanh Canh Base Camp and crashed[47] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 24 Zollicoffer, Franklin E4 US Army Army Installation Pleiku Easter Offensive South Vietnam Medic on UH-1H #69-15715 which was hit by enemy fire while evacuating Tanh Canh Base Camp and crashed[48] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 26 Dunn, Richard E Technical Sergeant USAF CCK Air Force Base on temporary duty to 345th Tactical Airlift Squadron Battle of An Loc South Vietnam, An Loc Loadmaster on a C-130E #64-0508 shot down while making a night supply drop to the garrison at An Loc[49] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 26 Russell, Richard L 1st Lieutenant USAF CCK Air Force Base on temporary duty to 345th Tactical Airlift Squadron Battle of An Loc South Vietnam Navigator on a C-130E #64-0508 shot down while making a night supply drop to the garrison at An Loc[50] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 26 Reynolds, Terry L Civilian Cambodia, Prey Veng Province Reporter for UPI captured by Khmer Rouge with Australian photographer Alan Hirons and Cambodian photographer Chhim Sarath on Route 1[51] Presumptive finding of death[3]
April 30 Seagraves, Melvin D Seaman US Navy USS Tripoli North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Lost overboard[52] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 3 McDonald, Joseph W 1st Lieutenant USMC VMA-224, USS Coral Sea Operation Freedom Train North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of an A-6A #155709 shot down. The remains of the weapons system operator Captain David B. Williams were returned in 1989[53] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 6 Wiles, Marvin B Lieutenant US Navy VA-22, USS Coral Sea Operation Freedom Train North Vietnam His A-7E was hit by an SA-2 while attacking a SAM site, ejected successfully[54] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 7 Consolvo, John W Captain USMC VMFA-212 Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Pilot of an F-4J #155576 hit by enemy fire while attacking SAM missile transporters, no ejection observed[55] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 8 Leaver, John M Commander US Navy Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla II North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger in an SH-3G helicopter which crashed while landing on USS Providence at night[56] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 8 Taylor, Edmund B Captain US Navy Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla II North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Passenger in an SH-3G helicopter which crashed while landing on USS Providence (CL-82) at night[57] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 11 Strobridge, Rodney L Captain US Army 79th Aerial Rocket Artillery, 1st Cavalry Division Battle of An Loc South Vietnam, An Loc Copilot of an AH-1G #69-15009 hit by ground fire[58] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 11 Williams, Robert J Captain US Army 229th Assault Helicopter Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Battle of An Loc South Vietnam, An Loc Pilot of an AH-1G #69-15009 hit by ground fire[59] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 12 Bogard, Lonnie P Captain USAF 435th Tactical Fighter Squadron Laos, Savannaket Province Pilot of an F-4D which disappeared on a night reconnaissance mission over the Ban Karai Pass[60] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 12 Ostermeyer, William H 1st Lieutenant USAF 435th Tactical Fighter Squadron Laos, Savannaket Province Weapons systems officer on an F-4D which disappeared on a night reconnaissance mission over the Ban Karai Pass[61] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 24 Henn, John R Chief Warrant Officer US Army 79th Aerial Rocket Artillery Battle of An Loc South Vietnam, An Loc Copilot of an AH-1G #67-15836 hit by a SAM and brioke in half at an altitude of 4800 feet. The remains of the pilot W2 Isaac Y. Hosaka were recovered on 5 June[62] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 25 Strong, Henry H Commander US Navy VA-212, USS Hancock North Vietnam, Vinh His A-4F #155045 was hit by anti-aircraft fire, no ejection or parachute observed[63] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 29 Morrow, Larry K E4 US Army Troop H, 17th Armored Cavalry Squadron South Vietnam, Kon Tum Province Gunner/observer on an OH-6A which was shot down, crashed and burned. The remains of the pilot W1 Gerald D. Spradlin were recovered on 30 June[64] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 5 Kraner, David S Fireman US Navy USS Ashtabula North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Lost overboard[65] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 5 Payne, Kylis T Seaman US Navy USS Chipola South Vietnam, South China Sea Lost overboard[66] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 6 Fowler, James A Major USAF 523rd Tactical Fighter Squadron North Vietnam, Yên Bái Pilot of an F-4D #66-6232 hit by an SA-2 while on a MigCAP mission near Yên Bái airfield, no ejection or parachutes observed[67] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 6 Seuell, John W Captain USAF 523rd Tactical Fighter Squadron North Vietnam, Yên Bái Weapons system officer on an F-4D #66-6232 hit by an SA-2 while on a MigCAP mission near Yên Bái airfield, no ejection or parachutes observed[68] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 12 Wiley, Richard D E4 US Army Troop F, 8th Cavalry South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Crewman on an OH-6A hit by enemy fire[69] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 14 Davis, Francis J Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-37, USS Saratoga North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-7A #153206 crashed at sea[70] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 18 Kilpatrick, Larry R Lieutenant US Navy VA-105, USS Saratoga North Vietnam His A-7A was lost while on a night attack mission[71] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 7 Robertson, Leonard Captain USMC VMA-533 Easter Offensive South Vietnam, Khe Sanh Pilot of an A-6A hit by enemy fire and crashed into the ground, no ejection observed[72] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 12 O'Donnell, Samuel Captain USAF 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Linebacker North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Weapons systems officer on an F-4E which disappeared on an armed reconnaissance mission. The remains of the pilot 1st Lieutenant James L. Huard were identified in 1997[73] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 12 Shimkin, Alex Civilian South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Journalist klled in an NVA ambush[74] Missing[3]
July 17 Brown, Wayne G Captain USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Weapons systems officer on an F-4D[75] Presumptive finding of death[3]
July 17 Haas, Leon F Lieutenant US Navy VA-155, USS Oriskany Operation Linebacker North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-7B #154521 crashed at sea while on a night reconnaissance mission over Nghệ An Province[76] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 10 Sansone, James J Seaman US Navy USS Newport News North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Lost overboard[77] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 12 Thompson, David M Lieutenant US Navy VF-24, USS Hancock North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His F-8J crashed on final approach to the carrier at night[78] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 20 Lester, Roderick B Lieutenant US Navy VA-52, USS Kitty Hawk Operation Linebacker North Vietnam, Quảng Ninh Province Pilot of A-6A #157018 hit by anti-aircraft fire during a low-level night armed reconnaissance/strike mission. The remains of the bombardier/navigator Lt Harry S. Mossman were recovered in 2003[79] Presumptive finding of death[3]
August 22 Crockett, Willian J 1st Lieutenant USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron Second Battle of Quảng Trị South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Weapons systems officer on F-4E #68-0477 hit by ground fire on a close air support mission. The wing separated from the aircraft, which rolled inverted and crashed into the ground at a speed of 450 knots. No ejection observed[80] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
August 22 Tigner, Lee M Major USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron Second Battle of Quảng Trị South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Pilot of F-4E #68-0477 hit by ground fire on a close air support mission. The wing separated from the aircraft, which rolled inverted and crashed into the ground at a speed of 450 knots. No ejection observed[81] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 2 Greenwood, Robert R Major USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron Laos, Plain of Jars Weapons systems officer on an F-4E #64-0335 hit by anti-aircraft fire and possibly collided with an O-1F #2799 forward air controller, two ejections and one parachute observed[82] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 2 Herold, Richard W Captain USAF 56th Special Operations Wing Laos, Plain of Jars Pilot of an O-1F #2799 forward air controller, which apparently collided with F-4E #64-0335[83] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 2 Wood, William C Captain USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron Laos, Plain of Jars Pilot of an F-4E #64-0335 hit by anti-aircraft fire and possibly collided with an O-1F #2799 forward air controller, two ejections and one parachute observed[84] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 8 Gerstel, Donald A Major US Navy VA-93, USS Midway North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin His A-7B was hit by lightning and subsequently disappeared on a reconnaissance misison[85] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 17 Buell, Kenneth R Lieutenant Commander US Navy VA-35, USS America Operation Linebacker North Vietnam, Hải Dương Bombardier/navigator of an A-6A #157028 shot down on a bombing mission. The remains of the pilot CDR Verne G Donnelly were identified in 1991[86] Presumptive finding of death[3]
September 17 Goetsch, Thomas A Seaman Apprentice US Navy USS Kitty Hawk North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Lost overboard[87] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 17 Turose, Michael S 1st Lieutenant USAF 17th Wild Weasel Squadron Operation Linebacker North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Electronic warfare officer on an F-105G # 8360 was hit by an SA-2 and crashed at sea[88] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 17 Zorn, Thomas O Captain USAF 17th Wild Weasel Squadron Operation Linebacker North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of an F-105G # 8360 was hit by an SA-2 and crashed at sea[89] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
September 25 Chan, Peter Seaman Apprentice US Navy USS Oriskany North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Lost overboard[90] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 6 Boltze, Bruce E Chief Warrant Officer USMC 1st ANGLICO South Vietnam, Da Nang Observer on an OV-10 #67-14673 that was seen to explode in mid-air while directing naval gunfire[91] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 6 McCormick, Carl O Lieutenant Colonel USAF 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron South Vietnam, Da Nang on an OV-10 #67-14673 that was seen to explode in mid-air while directing naval gunfire[92] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
October 12 Peacock, John R Captain USMC VMA-533 North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of an A-6A #155700 that disappeared on a bombing mission[93] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 12 Price, William M 1st Lieutenant USMC VMA-533 North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Bombardier/navigator on an A-6A #155700 that disappeared on a bombing mission[94] Presumptive finding of death[3]
October 24 Bixel, Michael S Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VA-115, USS Midway South Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Bombardier/navigator on an A-6A that crashed on the deck of the USS Midway during a night landing, ejected but not recovered[95] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 7 Brown, Robert M Major USAF 430th Tactical Fighter Squadron North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Pilot of an F-111A that disappeared on a single aircraft night strike mission[96] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 7 Morrissey, Robert D Major USAF 430th Tactical Fighter Squadron North Vietnam, Quảng Bình Province Weapons systems officer on an F-111A that disappeared on a single aircraft night strike mission[97] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 20 Breuer, Donald C Captain USMC VF-232 Laos, Savannakhet Province Radar intercept officer of an F-4J hit by anti-aircraft fire, both crewmen ejected but only the pilot was rescued[98] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 21 Caffarelli, Charles J Captain USAF 430th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea Weapons systems officer on an F-111A #67-0092 that disappeared on a night strike mission. Aircraft wreckage washed up south of Huế in December[99] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 21 Stafford, Ronald D Captain USAF 430th Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, South China Sea Pilot of an F-111A #67-0092 that disappeared on a night strike mission. Aircraft wreckage washed up south of Huế in December[100] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 28 Earnest, Charles M Commander US Navy VA-75, USS Saratoga North Vietnam Pilot of an A-6A Intruder #155622 that crashed following a night launch, the bombardier/navigator ejected successfully[101] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
November 28 Harvey, Jack R Captain USAF 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Pilot of an F-4D that crashed on a non-combat flight from Udorn, Thailand to Da Nang[102] Presumptive finding of death[3]
November 28 Jones, Bobby M Captain USAF 432nd Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron South Vietnam, Thừa Thiên Province Flight surgeon passenger on an F-4D that crashed on a non-combat flight from Udorn, Thailand to Da Nang[103] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 18 McElvain, James R Major USAF 430th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Linebacker II North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Weapons systems officer on an F-111A #67-099 that disappeared on a single aircraft strike mission[104] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 18 Ward, Ronald J Lieutenant Colonel USAF 430th Tactical Fighter Squadron Operation Linebacker II North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Pilot of an F-111A #67-099 that disappeared on a single aircraft strike mission[105] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 20 McLaughlin, Arthur V Chief Master Sergeant USAF 348th Bombardment Squadron Operation Linebacker II North Vietnam, Hanoi Gunner on a B-52D #56-0622 hit by an SA-2, 2 crewmen ejected and were captured, the remains of 2 other crewmen were returned in 2003 and 2004[106] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 20 Stuart, John F Major USAF 348th Bombardment Squadron Operation Linebacker II North Vietnam, Hanoi Pilot of a B-52D #56-0622 hit by an SA-2, 2 crewmen ejected and were captured, the remains of 2 other crewmen were returned in 2003 and 2004[107] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 21 Gould, Frank A Major USAF 2nd Bombardment Squadron Operation Linebacker II Laos Radar-navigator on a B-52D hit by an SA-2 over Hanoi, all other crewmen ejected successfully[108] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 22 Bennett, Thomas W Captain USAF 22nd Bombardment Wing Operation Linebacker II North Vietnam Co-pilot of a B-52D #55-0061 hit by an SA-2, 3 crewmen ejected successfully and were captured, while the remains of the other 2 crewmen were returned in 1989[109] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 24 Jackson, Paul V Captain USAF 56th Special Operations Wing Laos, Plain of Jars Pilot of an O-1 FAC that collided with an A-7D during a close air support mission, the O-1 crash-landed and he was seen to be dead[110] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
December 25 Rickman, Dwight G 1st Lieutenant USMC 1st ANGLICO South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province Pilot of an O-1 shot down east of Dong Ha[111] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 27 Chipman, Ralph J Captain USMC VMA-533 Operation Linebacker II North Vietnam Pilot of an A-6A #155666[112] Presumptive finding of death[3]
December 27 Forrester, Ronald W 1st Lieutenant USMC VMA-533 Operation Linebacker II North Vietnam Bombardier/navigator on an A-6A #155666[113] Presumptive finding of death[3]

1973[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
January 3 Scaife, Kenneth D Seaman Apprentice US Navy USS William C. Lawe South Vietnam Lost at sea[114] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 4 Johnston, Steven B Lieutenant USAF 497th Tactical Fighter Squadron Laos Weapon Systems Officer in an F-4D struck by ground fire, both crewmen ejected and he was seen to be dead on the ground[115] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 6 Lindahl, John C Lieutenant US Navy VA-56, USS Midway North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Drowned after his A-7B ditched in the sea immediately after launch[116] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 21 Christopherson, Keith A Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VAQ-130, USS Ranger North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin, east of Vinh Killed when his EKA3B ditched in the sea immediately after a night launch[117] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 21 Parker, Charles L Lieutenant Commander US Navy VAQ-130, USS Ranger North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin, east of Vinh Killed when his EKA3B ditched in the sea immediately after a night launch[118] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 21 Wiehr, Richard D Petty Officer Second Class US Navy VAQ-130, USS Ranger North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin, east of Vinh Killed when his EKA3B ditched in the sea immediately after a night launch[119] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 27 Morris, George W Lieutenant USAF 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province OV-10A Bronco aircraft #68-3806, call sign Nail 89 was hit by an SA-7 missile, both crewmen ejected, two parachutes were sighted and initial voice contact was made with one crewmember[120] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 27 Peterson, Mark A Lieutenant USAF 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron South Vietnam, Quảng Trị Province OV-10A Bronco aircraft #68-3806, call sign Nail 89 was hit by an SA-7 missile, both crewmen ejected, two parachutes were sighted and initial voice contact was made with one crewmember[121] Presumptive finding of death[3]
January 30 Duensing, James A Lieutenant US Navy VF-21 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Killed in collision of his F-4J #158361 with another F-4J 158366 of VF-21[122] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
January 30 Haviland, Roy E Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy VF-21 North Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin Killed in collision of his F-4J #158361 with another F-4J 158366 of VF-21[123] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
February 3 Stringham, William S Aviation Machinist 3rd Class US Navy VAW-115, USS Midway South Vietnam Lost at sea[124] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 14 McLeod, David V Master Sergeant USAF 40th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron Cambodia Tonlé Sap Jolly Green 64, HH-53C, 66-10362, lost its tail rotor and crashed into the Tonlé Sap[125] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
June 16 Cornelius, Samuel B Captain USAF 336th Tactical Fighter Squadron Cambodia Killed when his F4E was hit by ground fire and crashed. No parachutes were seen, and no emergency beeper signals were heard indicating that the crew ejected safely.[126] Presumptive finding of death[3]
June 16 Smallwood, John J Lieutenant USAF 58th Tactical Fighter Squadron (on temporary duty with the 336th TFS) Cambodia Killed when his F-4E was hit by ground fire and crashed. No parachutes were seen, and no emergency beeper signals were heard indicating that the crew ejected safely.[127] Presumptive finding of death[3]

1975[edit]

Date missing Surname, First name(s) Rank Service Unit Operation/Battle Name Location Circumstances of loss Recovery status
March 12 Dolan, Edward V Civilian South Vietnam, Pleiku Air Vietnam Douglas DC-4 XV-NUJ crash.[128] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 12 Miller, George C Civilian USAID South Vietnam, Pleiku Air Vietnam Douglas DC-4 XV-NUJ crash[128] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
March 12 Seidl, Robert Civilian South Vietnam, Pleiku Air Vietnam Douglas DC-4 XV-NUJ crash[128] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 25 Walsh, Brian Civilian Cambodia Missing[3]
April 29 Nystul, William C Lieutenant US Navy HMM-164 Operation Frequent Wind South Vietnam CH-46F Swift 1–4 crashed into the sea on its approach to the USS Hancock during a night sea and air rescue mission[129] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
April 29 Shea, Michael J Lieutenant (LTJG) US Navy HMM-164 Operation Frequent Wind South Vietnam CH-46F Swift 1–4 crashed into the sea on its approach to the USS Hancock during a night sea and air rescue mission[130] Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 15 Benedett, Daniel A Private First Class USMC 2nd Battalion 9th Marines Mayaguez Incident Cambodia, Koh Tang Killed in the crash of Knife 31 Listed as killed in action, body not recovered[3] until January 2013 when his remains were identified[131]
May 15 Hall, Gary L Private First Class USMC 2nd Battalion 9th Marines Mayaguez Incident Cambodia, Koh Tang Left on Koh Tang during evacuation[132] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 15 Hargrove, Joseph N Lance Corporal USMC 2nd Battalion 9th Marines Mayaguez Incident Cambodia, Koh Tang Left on Koh Tang during evacuation[133] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 15 Jacques, James J Private First Class USMC 2nd Battalion 9th Marines Mayaguez Incident Cambodia, Koh Tang Killed in the crash of Knife 31 Killed in action, body not recovered.[3] On 1 September 2012 the DPMO announced that his remains had been identified[134]
May 15 Loney, Ashton N Lance Corporal USMC 2nd Battalion 9th Marines Mayaguez Incident Cambodia, Koh Tang KIA, body left on Koh Tang during evacuation Killed in action, body not recovered[3]
May 15 Marshall, Danny G Private First Class USMC 2nd Battalion 9th Marines Mayaguez Incident Cambodia, Koh Tang Left on Koh Tang during evacuation[135] Presumptive finding of death[3]
May 15 Maxwell, James R Private First Class USMC 2nd Battalion 9th Marines Mayaguez Incident Cambodia, Koh Tang Killed in the crash of Knife 31 Killed in action, body not recovered.[3] On 9 July 2012 the DPMO announced that his remains had been identified[134]
May 15 Rivenburgh, Richard W Private First Class USMC 2nd Battalion 9th Marines Mayaguez Incident Cambodia, Koh Tang Killed in the crash of Knife 31 Killed in action, body not recovered.[3] On 25 June 2012 the DPMO announced that his remains had been identified[134]
May 15 Rumbaugh, Elwood E Staff Sergeant USAF 21st Special Operations Squadron Mayaguez Incident Cambodia, Koh Tang Missing presumed drowned in the crash of Knife 21 Killed in action, body not recovered[3]

See also[edit]

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