No, Virginia, There Is No Secret Base At Antarctica


The gringa promised to peruse Admiral Byrd’s diaries and report on any log he may have made to support the claims of conspiracy theorists (CTs) that there is a secret German military base at Antarctica. However, his authentic diary is a record of his flight across the North Pole in 1926. Although there is an Admiral Byrd diary website, it is a fraud and does not record any truthful occurrence of Operation Highjump.

The gringa did not want to disappoint the dear reader so she dug a bit further. She dipped her toe into the netherworld of Wikileaks. Here is a brief summary of the most interesting points of research on Pre-and Post- World War II era Antarctica. I have summarized the most important facts and added my own two cent’s worth at the end in a “NOTE”:

UK Polar Record of Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge

Polar Record 43 (224): 1-21 (2007)

  • December 1938-April 1939 Pre-WWII German expedition to Antarctica on naval vessel Schabenland authorized by Herman Goering & led by Captain Alfred Ritscher (not a naval military captain but a merchant marine captain who served the German navy in a civilian capacity because he was the most experienced polar explorer in Germany). Mission objective was to evaluate viability of Germany’s whaling industry that supplied oil, lubricants, glycerin (for explosive nitroglycerin), margarine, etc. Their war effort would depend upon these supplies. Mission reports widely published in German scientific literature and eventually translated into numerous languages were later referred to by the British, Americans, Swedes, and Norwegians. The reports contained maps and photographic surveys. (3) landings made
  • January 14, 1939 Norway responds to Germany’s expedition to Antarctica and lays claim to the territory it had earlier discovered, Dronning Maud Land that Germany announced it was setting out to explore
  • Jan-Feb 1939 German expedition visits Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica. Mission objective: explore area discovered by Norwegian whaling fleets and lay claim to the territory before Norway did for the whaling rights. Any proposed base was not a military base but a whaling industry base for Germany’s fleet of whaling vessels. The outbreak of the war prevented a return expedition to begin construction of a whaling station. No official German expeditions returned until after 1959. Because of Norway’s official territory claim, Germany never disputed the issue (NOTE: this visit did not result in the construction of a secret German base in Antarctica, time, lack of adequate maps and ice conditions would have prevented the completion of any kind of base being constructed. In a later British expedition it took 18 days to complete a crude hut even with the support of specialized heavy equipment).
  • 1943-1945 Great Britain launches secret wartime mission “Tabarin” w/Special Air Services Regiment (SAS). Objective was to occupy Falkland Islands in order to deny use of harbours to German ships because Chile and Argentina were friendly with Germany during WWII. (NOTE: this was not a staged attack upon a secret German base)
  • July & August 1945 (after German surrender of WWII) 2 U-boats arrive in Argentina’s naval base Mar del Plata. Subs were Captained by Lieutenant Otto Wermuth and Oberleutnant Heinz Schaeffer. Rather than be the escape subs for Hitler, Hitler really did commit suicide and these were Germans stationed off the coast of New York when their country surrendered and they were just trying to escape to a friendly country. However, Wermuth, Schaeffer and their crews were taken prisoner by Argentina and officially became prisoners of war, interrogated by Argentine Navy, US Navy and British Royal Navy. (NOTE: these boats were not capable of operation in ice bound waters with pack ice up to 2m thick off the Antarctic coastline so they did not come from a secret German base there)
  • Summer 1946-1947 US Navy “Operation Highjump” (classified Confidential) performs mock invasion of Antarctica. The Operation was not a dark op. The exercise was widely publicized in the New York Times and 11 journalists were imbedded with the mission’s crews. This was Truman’s first Cold War exercise to flex US military muscle in the face of the Soviet Union (NOTE: not a staged attack upon a secret German base but a training operation for the possibility of war with the Soviet Union during a Russian winter)
  • 1958 (3) nuclear weapons exploded in Antarctic region in US classified Operation Argus (NOTE: this was not to destroy a secret German base at Dronning Maud Land. The nukes were detonated 2000km north of that location and again, the flex of US muscle in the face of the Soviets during the Cold War)
  • All classified documents for these operations have since been declassified.

The gringa hates to burst the bubble of CTs who thoroughly enjoy entertaining the notion that there is a secret base of extra-terrestrials and Germans located beneath the ice of Antarctica. But there is nothing there. And since the whole premise of believing in a dark ops space program called “Dark Fleet” is dependent upon the secret Antarctica base existing, that, too, is just a fantasy.

Nothing would delight me more than to find an ET hide-out. The gringa would march right in and have a chat. Maybe even go for a ride, buzzing the horizon in one of their spaceships. I would even be thrilled if they “beamed” me about the globe on a world tour. But, alas, they are not to be found at Antarctica (or Egypt or Peru). But I’ll keep looking.

Source:  https://wikileaks.org/gifiles/attach/49/49783_.pdf

Image credit: http://www.artofadam.wordpress.com (modified by the gringa)

 

 

 

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Operation Highjump – Not The Launch of a Dark Ops Space Program


Certain conspiracy theorists (CTs) have put forth that there is a dark ops space program called Dark Fleet that is an offshoot of technology and goals that originated with secret societies that organized during the heyday of Nazi Germany. The members of these organizations were not so much devoted Nazis but, rather, exploited the resources and power of the Nazi party in order to realize their fantastical dream of reuniting with a superpower, extra-terrestrial, master race.

After the Nazi empire crumbled when they lost World War II, many of the members of the secret societies relocated to other countries and kept their dreams and research alive, supposedly developing advanced weapons and spacecraft technology. As proof, CTs offer up the records of Admiral Byrd’s expeditions to the North and South Poles. The gringa says, “Well, let’s take a look at those records.”

There is a wealth of information about Admiral Byrd but the gringa wants to stick with facts and eyewitness accounts. To begin with, a look at official military records. Is there anything interesting there? Hmmm. Let us see…

From 1946-1947 the U.S. Navy had Operation Highjump underway. This operation was overseen by the U.S. Navy Antarctic Developments Program. Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, Jr. was Officer in Charge, leading Task Force 68, and Rear Admiral Richard H. Cruzen was commanding officer. When these two admirals put to sea, they were joined by 4,700 seamen and airmen, 13 military ships, and 33 military aircraft. To achieve the goal of establishing a research base, Little America IV, it sounds like an awful lot of firepower was put into play, but, that’s just the gringa’s curious little mind in overdrive. It could have been perfectly normal to pack all that weaponry on an Antarctic excursion.

The published objectives of the mission were:

  • Personnel training and equipment testing in subzero temperatures
  • Evaluate how to establish, maintain and utilize Antarctic military bases and scout sites
  • Develop techniques for creating, maintaining and using military bases in ice
  • Make new discoveries of the following Antarctic conditions: electromagnetics, geological, geographic, hydrographic, and meteorological

Up until this time it was primarily the British who had spent time exploring Antarctica with eleven expeditions from 1898-1945. Other countries who had explored the earth’s South Pole region: France (2 missions); Germany (3) missions; Belgium, Japan, Norway, and Sweden (all a single mission). Operation High Jump was the second U.S. mission, following the conclusion of Byrd’s initial exploratory expedition four years earlier.

The fleet of ships arrived in the Antarctic December 12, 1946 and immediately set up weather monitoring stations. Within 12 days of arrival aircraft was in the air flying reconnaissance missions. Some of the ships that were in the flotilla:

  • Henderson – Destroyer class, commissioned in 1945 and served with distinction for 35 years receiving (8) battle stars for service in the Korean War and (7) battle stars and a commendation for service in the Vietnam War; armament at the time of Operation Highjump: (6) 5” guns, (12) 40mm anti-aircraft (AA) guns; (11) 20mm AA guns; (10) 21” torpedo tubes
  • Cacapon – Cimarron class fleet oiler; commissioned 1943, decommissioned 1973 and scrapped; armament: (1) 5” gun; (4) 3” guns; (4) twin 40mm AA guns; (4) twin 20mm AA guns
  • Currituck – Currituck class seaplane tender, nicknamed “Wild Goose”; commissioned June 1944, decommissioned October 31 1967, scrapped 1971; armament: (4) 5” guns

Eighteen days after arrival (3) men were killed when their plane crashed during a blizzard. Six crewmen survived the crash and were rescued two weeks later. The remains of the plane and the three lost airmen have never been recovered. The aircraft they were flying was a Martin PBM Mariner. This craft is a patrol bomber flying boat. Standard armament for the Mariners were: (8) 50” machine guns, 2 tons of bombs or depth charges or (2) Mark 13 torpedoes. The gringa can only ask why a bomber would be needed in an exploratory, scientific expedition in Antarctica?

An interesting thing to note is that there was a Navy chaplain serving on the mission. He held a religious service and consecrated Antarctica. The gringa scratches her head and wonders if this is typical or strange? I’m no Catholic so I wouldn’t know.

New Year’s Day, 1947, American dive team began exploring underneath Antarctic ice shelves. The gringa supposes this may have been related to search efforts to locate the downed bomber. No big mystery there.

Two weeks later an airfield was constructed and named “Little America IV”. Within a month, late February, weather conditions worsened and the expedition was terminated. The return trip home would have the expedition making a stop in March along the South American coast. Admiral Byrd gave interviews and a Chilean newspaper, El Mercurio, reported. The most interesting quote the gringa will share is often cited by CTs to prove that something dark was afoot underneath the ice:

“… Byrd warned today that the United States should adopt measures of protection against the possibility of an invasion of the country by hostile planes coming from the polar regions.”

Now, was Byrd’s warning because he thought something sinister was going on secretly at either the North or South Pole? No. That’s not what his warning was about. CTs take that important quote out of context. They don’t usually reveal the rest of the interview which explains Byrd’s reasoning.

He recognized that technology meant the world was shrinking. America was no longer safe from enemy invasion because of isolation and distance. It was well within the capabilities of other nations to fly from one side of the globe, passing over either pole, and reach the U.S. Byrd was not fearful of a threat from an extra-terrestrial master race living within the earth and Antarctica being its headquarters.

So why all the firepower on an exploratory mission? It was right after World War II. The U.S. had already experienced the surprise air assault of Pearl Harbor. The militaries of the Allied Powers knew that Germany had been developing new weapons and technologies. The Navy had no idea what to expect and was taking no chances. The gringa says, “I don’t blame them.” So, no big suspicious, nefarious plot behind packing all the big guns on an expedition to Antarctica.

Just a few of the vessels that comprised the fleet’s complement:

  • Sikorsky R-4 helicopter
  • (2) Coastguard icebreakers
  • US Navy icebreaker
  • (2) Seaplane Tenders
  • (2) Destroyers
  • (2) Tankers
  • Battleship
  • (2) Supply ships
  • Submarine
  • Aircraft carrier (Byrd’s ship)

The gringa thinks that the main reason behind U.S. interest in Antarctica at that time is the same ol’, same ol’ imperialistic territory seeking mentality that has motivated the country’s interest throughout history. Great Britain had spent a lot of time in Antarctica. They also created all sorts of problems over the Falkland Islands. When the U.S. decided to stick their big nose in and establish a military base in Antarctica most of Latin America was none too happy about it.

The Cold War was getting under way and Russia was perfectly suited to wage war in the bitter conditions of a European winter. Americans? Not so much. So, according to official records the expedition to Antarctica was absolutely about military strategy. Not about little green men living under the ice. But, then, there’s Admiral Byrd’s personal diaries. What do they say? Well, come back and see what the gringa finds out!

Sources: Wikipedia and http://www.navy.mil

Photo credit: http://www.nzhistory.net.nz

 

 

Moon Music – It’s Classified!


When astronauts are orbiting the Earth within the International Space Station they can entertain themselves with all sorts of digital media. We see their tweets of fantastic sunrises and sunsets. We watch, mesmerized, at their videos taken as they float about in zero gravity, uploaded to YouTube via their personal smartphones and other devices. We listen to their narratives and interviews in real time, streaming live through any number of digital media sources. Certainly, space exploration and space living has come a long way since the 1960s.

When astronauts launched on a moon trip in 1969, they had no such devices. Their only link was their communication radio that transmitted direct to mission control. There was no live transmission for the world to follow along with. The rest of us Earthlings had to wait for on-the-ground command to filter what we were allowed to hear and deny us what the powers that be considered classified. Recently, many classified documents, videos and audio recordings have been “de-classified” and NASA fans have been absorbed with sifting through these records searching for a fantastic story.

The gringa’s favorite so far has been the Moon music audio reported by the Apollo 10 mission in 1969. The Science Channel ran a feature on this in a special entitled “NASA’s Unexplained Files”. As the astronauts orbited around the “dark side of the moon” they claim to have heard what they specifically called “outer space-type” music. So what were these cryptic, mysterious sounds heard through the spacecraft’s radio? Was that the purpose for the follow up Apollo 11 mission that got boots on the ground on the Moon? Were they searching for a lunar brass and strings ensemble?

Crewmen Eugene Cernan, Thomas Stafford and John Young listened for almost an hour to this eerie space symphony and transcripts record their reactions:

  • “The music even sounds outer-spacey, doesn’t it?”
  • “You hear that? That whistling sound? Woooo?”
  • “Sounds like… you know, outer-space type music.”

Then, after almost an hour, the sound suddenly stopped. Upon returning home, NASA chose to archive the transcripts and report of the “Moon music” as “classified”.

Now, the gringa wants to know exactly how and why a document or video or audiotape is determined to be “classified”. President Barack Obama made changes to the United States government classification system with Executive Order 13526. Every new administration creates a new Executive Order regarding classified documents because these documents are not governed by a constitutional government that governs and legislates on behalf of the people. Classified documents are governed by the Executive Branch. So, when a new President is seated, a new Executive Order governing classified documents must be administered.

To classify a document, video or audio recording, first, levels of sensitivity have to be considered. Sensitivity is rated according to how much damage to national security would occur if the information were made public. “Classified” has three levels: Confidential, Secret and Top Secret. Confidential is the least sensitive, Secret a step up, and Top Secret the highest level of secrecy (well, almost). To publish classified documents is a criminal act, espionage.

There are also sub-levels of sensitive information that are not classified: Sensitive But Unclassified, Sensitive Security Information, Critical Program Information, For Official Use Only, Public Safety Sensitive and Law Enforcement Sensitive. These documents are still restricted and not available to the general public for reasons such as privacy regulations, court orders, ongoing investigations, and national security.

Nuclear and atomic energy information has its own form of classification. Documents related to these industries are “Restricted Data” and “Formerly Restricted Data”. Whereas most classified information is automatically de-classified at its twenty-five year anniversary, not so with nuclear and atomic energy. These documents are under the complete authority of the Department of Energy to de-classify whenever they darn well feel like, if at all.

Even if a person has the highest level of security clearance, Top Secret, that does not mean they have access to every Top Secret document. Some Top Secret documents are further secured with a required code word. These are known as “Sensitive Compartmented Information”. A person must have Top Secret clearance and authorization to know the code word in order to access the document. An example of a Top Secret document with code word requirement is the report on the incident of the USS Liberty, a U.S. Navy research ship that was attacked in 1967 by an Israeli Air Force jet and Israeli Navy torpedo boats.

To classify a document, video or audio recording, the information must fit into one of the following categories:

  • Military plans, weapon systems, or operations;
  • Foreign government information, relations, or activities with U.S involvement;
  • Intelligence activities, methods, sources, confidential sources & cryptology;
  • Scientific, technological or economic information of national security and defense;
  • Nuclear materials and facilities;
  • Infrastructure vulnerabilities, capabilities, installations, projects, plans or security;
  • Development, production and use of weapons of mass destruction (say what? Are they also classifying documents that might reveal U.S. development, production and use of WMDs? I mean, we had a President that started a bogus war over that stuff [because it ended up that they didn’t exist in the “enemy’s camp” after all]. So, the gringa’s just sayin’ if classified documents of WMD programs are not just a stack of papers about “terrorist” organizations and “rogue” nations, but includes docs about our own WMD program, um, I kind of have a problem with that).

So, the gringa wonders which of these criteria did the Moon music fall under? I suppose, because NASA is responsible for satellites related to the national defense, any space exploration document could be loosely classified for that reason. Or, perhaps they thought the Moon music was the communique of a “foreign government” so that criteria was applied. Perhaps it had to do with intelligence gathering activities and they thought the Moon music was an encrypted secret space alien code.

The gringa thinks Apollo 15 Pilot Al Worden perhaps explained it best. He said, “NASA would withhold information from the public if they thought it was in the public’s best interests.” The gringa believes NASA thought that the general public would go bananas thinking there were little green harpists, pianists, percussionists and trumpet blowers living on the Moon.

They must have felt it best to classify the documents so as not to reduce the world to mayhem as panic ensued at the thought of invasion by, not just intelligent extraterrestrials, but MUSICAL ones as well! HOLY COW! The HORROR of it all. And with the social upheaval of Elvis, the Beatles and many others subversively altering the youth of Earth into beatniks and hippies, it’s no wonder that the government thought it in the best interest of security to prevent a space alien music rage to invade and take the world by storm.

NASA’s official position is that, perhaps, it was atmospheric interference picked up by the space capsule’s radio. However, the Moon has no magnetic field to create any type of interfering frequency. Despite NASA’s “theory”, Worden chose to believe that the Moon music remained an unsolved mystery. He stated matter-of-factly that astronauts were well educated on what was “normal” space noise to be expected. The gringa is also certain astronauts know what music is when they hear it, no matter what its biological or terrestrial origins. In an interview Worden said, “Logic tells me that if there was something recorded on there, then there was something there.” Whoa, ho, ho! Methinks I hear the distinct possibility of an ET radio broadcast version of Casey Kasem’s Top 40 blasting from a lunar DJ being alluded to in that comment. How ’bout you, dear reader?

When the gringa listened for herself, I made note of the more interesting points of the eight minute audio recording amidst the chatter and background noises:

  • 2:52 – “That music even sounds outer-spacey doesn’t it? Ya hear that? That whistling sound… Wooo!”… “It sounds like ya know, like, outer space type music.”
  • 3:10 – Cernan asks Stafford (Tom) if his window insulation is all burned off. Stafford affirms that it is. Cernan informs Stafford that his window’s insulation is also burned off and that the sound is “eerie”.
  • 4:45 – A fluctuation in the sound.
  • 5:25 –.A sound like rapid shutter clicks of a camera (they were photographing the Moon).
  • 5:34 – A momentary lapse in recording.
  • 6:00 – Sound fluctuations.
  • 7:45 – The crewmen comment back and forth: “Well, that sure is weird music… Nobody will believe us… It’s a whistling, like an outerspace type thing.”
  • 8:00 – The tape ends

Now, the gringa has listened and all I hear is what sounds like a high-pitched siren, not music. However, the astronauts specifically used the word “music” three times. The word “eerie” was used to describe what they were hearing. A high-pitched siren sound is annoying, not eerie. A high-pitched siren sound does not sound like “music”. Three times the astronauts described the “music” as sounding “outer-spacey”. A high-pitched siren like sound does not sound “outer-spacey”. It sounds very terrestrial and pesky.

At first the gringa considered it was possibly caused by the acoustics within the capsule changing as a result of the insulation being burned off the windows. However, that theory is dashed when I remember that after almost an hour of being entertained, the space concert abruptly ended. If the burned off insulation had been the culprit, the sound would probably have lingered throughout the flight, at least throughout the orbit cycle. And if the lack of insulation resulted in such a noise, wouldn’t that indicate the possibility of a breach of the hull? A minute crack creating a windy whistle? There was no loss of cabin pressure and hull integrity was remained throughout the brutal re-entry burn. So, I don’t think it had anything to do with the burning off of the window insulation.

Also consider that NASA has only made available this eight minute clip yet it is reported that the astronauts listed to the “music” for almost an hour. The gringa would like to hear the remaining fifty-two minutes, please (eyeball roll, fingertips tapping the desktop).

From what I heard, there was not much to cause a big panic or scare among the population of Earth. I can’t see much there to justify all the trouble and drama of classifying the recording. So, the gringa suspects there is more to the story than what has been de-classified and released.

The gringa believes that there was definitely some sort of interference or feedback affecting the recording and that is the siren like noise heard. That siren like noise, however, is not what the gringa believes they are discussing. Just as it was very difficult to hear Astronaut John Young because he was distanced from Cernan’s microphone, I believe the interference was near the microphone and drowning out the “eerie, outer-space music” that was in the background, like Young’s voice. The astronauts were actually hearing that background noise, because they all heard it distinctly and discussed it.

If ufologists are fiercely dedicated to their pursuit of information about extraterrestrial life, the gringa recommends that they clean up the audio. Because I want to hear what the astronauts were actually hearing. And I think that darn siren noise is the “interference” NASA is talking about and most definitely NOT the music the astronauts are talking about. To hear it for yourself, click on the link below:

“eerie, outer-spacey Moon music drowned out by pesky siren-like interference”

 

Source: www.nasa.gov & New York Daily News

Image source: Getty Images

 

 

 

POWs, MIAs, “We Will Never Forget” Part VIII, T-Z


In conclusion of my blog post of Friday, August, 8, 2015, this completes the listing of the names of the servicemen still unaccounted for from the Vietnam and Korean conflicts. The gringa will kindly remind dear readers that clicking on incident date, name, branch of service or side note will take the reader directly to a page regarding that serviceman that is linked with the website www.pownetwork.org. So, in honor of those POWs and MIAs considered with the November 9, 2000, immigration policy known as the “Bring Them Home Alive Act”, the following men are not forgotten:

06-APR-70   TAKAGI YUJIRO   CIV   Not on Official DIA list

02-Aug-69   TALKEN GEORGE FRANCIS   USN

19-Jun-64   TALLEY JAMES L.   ARMY   MIA in ground fight on patrol

23-Mar-66   TAPP JOHN B.   USN

10-Sep-66   TATUM LAWRENCE B.   USAF

18-May-65   TAVARES JOHN R.   CIV   Last seen at bar in Da Nang

28-Sep-66   TAYLOR DANNY G.   ARMY

08-May-72   TAYLOR EDMUND B. JR.   USN

13-Jul-65   TAYLOR FRED   ARMY   ARVN Air/Ground search neg

15-Feb-71   TAYLOR JAMES H.   ARMY

10-Mar-66   TAYLOR JAMES L.   ARMY

14-Sep-65   TAYLOR NEIL BROOKS   USN

15-Jul-71   TAYLOR TED J.   ARMY

06-Dec-70   TAYLOR WALTER J. JR.   ARMY

22-Jan-66   TEMPLIN ERWIN B. JR.   USN

09-Mar-70   TERLA LOTHAR G.   USAF

02-Oct-69   TERRELL KEAVIN L.   USN

31-Mar-71   TERRILL PHILIP B.   ARMY   Reported died in Tri Border area 04/71

03-May-68   TERRY ORAL R.   ARMY

29-Jan-66   TERRY RONALD T.   ARMY

13-Mar-67   TERWILLIGER VIRGIL BYRON   USMC

21-May-66   THACKERSON WALTER A.   ARMY

06-Jul-71   THOMAS DANIEL W.   USAF

14-Oct-66   THOMAS DARWIN JOEL   USN

29-Apr-75   THOMAS FERNANDO K.   CIV

03-Apr-68   THOMAS JAMES C.   USMC

25-Nov-71   THOMAS JAMES R.   USAF

25-Oct-68   THOMPSON BENJAMIN A.   ARMY   Lost in river

12-Aug-72   THOMPSON DAVID M.   USN

06-Feb-68   THOMPSON MELVIN C.   USN

01-Aug-68   THOMPSON WILLIAM J.   USAF

16-Jan-68   THOMPSON WILLIAM JOSEPH   USN

28-Jan-67   THORNTON WILLIAM D.   ARMY

29-Apr-75   THUY NHIEN TRIEU   CIV

15-Sep-66   TICE PAUL DOUGLAS   USMC

21-Mar-66   TIDERMAN JOHN M.   USN

21-Jul-66   TIFFIN RAINFORD   USAF

22-Aug-72   TIGNER LEE M.   USAF

05-SEP-63   TIK CHUI TO   CIV   Not on Official lists – (CIA) Air America

15-Nov-66   TIMMONS BRUCE ALLAN   USN

02-Jul-68   TIPPING HENRY ALBERT   USAF

26-Apr-68   TODD LARRY RICHARD   USAF

09-May-67   TODD ROBERT JACY   USMC

21-Nov-65   TOMS DENNIS L.   USN

27-Dec-71   TOWNLEY ROY F.   CIV

16-Sep-69   TRAMPSKI DONALD J.   ARMY

22-Mar-71   TRAVER JOHN G. III   ARMY

06-Feb-68   TRAVIS LYNN M.   USN

07-Oct-66   TREECE JAMES A.   USAF

13-May-70   TRENT ALAN R.   USAF   (Photo)

06-Apr-68   TRIMBLE JAMES M.   USMC

07-Jul-67   TRITT JAMES FRANCIS   USN   Lost overboard

04-Apr-68   TRIVELPIECE STEVE M.   ARMY   Reported KIA by gunfire, remains left behind

17-Apr-66   TROMP WILLIAM L.   USN

26-Dec-69   TROWBRIDGE DUSTIN C.   USN

26-Oct-71   TRUDEAU ALBERT R.   ARMY   4 remains found at crash site, not subjs

07-Jan-68   TRUJILLO ROBERT S.   ARMY

15-Jan-70   TUBBS GLENN E.   ARMY

26-Apr-66   TUCKER JAMES H.   USAF

24-Dec-71   TUCKER TIMOTHY M.   USAF

20-Jun-66   TUNNELL JOHN W.   USN

06-Nov-68   TURNER FREDERICK RAY   USMC

09-Oct-69   TURNER JAMES H.   ARMY

17-Sep-72   TUROSE MICHAEL STEPHEN   USAF   (Photo)

02-Oct-69   TYE MICHAEL J.   USN

24-Oct-68   TYLER GEORGE E.   USAF

11-Jun-67    UHLMANSIEK RALPH E.    ARMY

29-Apr-75    UNDERWOOD F.    CIV

21-Mar-70   UNDERWOOD THOMAS W.   USMC

05-Dec-65   UPNER EDWARD C.   ARMY   Reported KIA in ground combat, remains not recovered

28-May-71   URQUHART PAUL D.   ARMY

26-Jan-69   UTLEY RUSSEL K.   USAF

10-Dec-64    VADEN WOODROW W.    USAF   Remains possibly comingled with Viets

09-May-68    VAN ARTSDALEN CLIFFORD V.    ARMY

24-Jun-65   VAN CAMPEN THOMAS C.   ARMY   Wounded, became separated from unit

22-Apr-69    VAN CLEAVE WALTER SHELBY   USAF

02-Dec-69   VANDEN EYKEL MARTIN D. II   ARMY   Group burial with no positive Id

14-Oct-67   VAUGHAN ROBERT REDDINGTON   USN

02-Oct-69   VIADO REYNALDO R.   USN

30-May-62   VIETTI ELANOR A.   CIV   Taken from Leprosarium

11-May-66   VILLEPONTEAUX JAMES H. JR.   USMC

22-Nov-65   VISCONTI FRANCIS E.   USMC

05-MAY-70   VISOT MICHEL   CIV

01-Feb-66   VLAHAKOS PETER G.   USMC

18-Sep-65    VOGT LEONARD F. JR.   USN

27-Mar-72   WAGNER RAYMOND A.   USAF

31-MAY-70   WAKU YOSHIHIKO   CIV   Not on Official Lists

07-Apr-72   WALKER BRUCE C.   USAF   Reported evaded for 11 days, NVA approaching

02-Oct-64   WALKER KENNETH E.   USAF

31-Jan-67   WALKER LLOYD F.   USAF   No sign of subj

15-Jul-69   WALKER MICHAEL S.   USAF

13-Dec-68   WALKER SAMUEL F.   USAF   Mid air collision, parachute observed

07-Apr-66    WALKER THOMAS TAYLOR   USAF

20-Apr-68   WALKER WILLIAM J.   USMC

18-May-66   WALL JERRY M.   USAF

25-Jan-67   WALLACE ARNOLD B.   ARMY

28-Aug-67   WALLACE CHARLES FRANKLIN   USMC

19-Apr-68   WALLACE MICHAEL J.   ARMY

25-Apr-75   WALSH BRIAN   CIV   Led away at gunpoint by communists

15-Feb-69   WALSH RICHARD A.   USAF

10-May-69   WALTERS WILLIAM   ARMY

13-Jun-69  WARD NEAL CLINTON  USAF

18-Dec-72   WARD RONALD J.   USAF

04-Nov-69   WARE JOHN A.   ARMY

26-Oct-69   WARREN GARY D.   USAF   (Photo)

17-Jun-66   WASHBURN LARRY E.   USAF

08-Oct-69   WATKINS ROBERT J. JR.   ARMY

18-Jun-65   WATSON FRANK P.   USAF

13-Mar-68   WATSON JIMMY L.   ARMY

18-Feb-71   WATSON RONALD L.   ARMY   Reported KIA in crash, remains tagged but not recovered

18-Aug-71   WEAKS MELVIN L.   ARMY   

08-Nov-67   WEATHERMAN EARL C.   USMC   Reported died during escape 04/01/68

01-Nov-66   WEAVER GEORGE R. JR.   USN

22-Oct-65   WEGER JOHN JR.   USAF

22-Apr-66   WEIMORTS ROBERT F.   USN

10-Oct-69   WEISNER FRANKLIN L.   ARMY

27-Dec-71   WEISSENBACK EDWARD J.  CIV

12-Feb-67   WEISSMUELLER COURTNEY E.   USAF

23-Mar-61   WEITKAMP EDGAR WILKEN   ARMY

25-May-69   WEITZ MONEK   USMC

16-Jan-67   WELCH ROBERT J.  USAF

17-Aug-70   WELLONS PHILLIP ROGERSON   USAF

22-Jul-66   WELLS ROBERT J.   ARMY

07-Jan-69   WELSH LARRY D.   ARMY

03-Mar-68   WELSHAN JOHN T.   USAF

19-Apr-68   WERDEHOFF MICHAEL M.   ARMY

02-Jan-70   WEST JOHN T.   USAF

30-Mar-72   WESTCOTT GARY P.   ARMY

05-Oct-68   WESTER ALBERT D.   USAF

23-Mar-61   WESTON OSCAR B. JR.   USAF

17-May-70   WESTWOOD NORMAN P. JR.   USN

21-Apr-70   WHEELER EUGENE L.   USMC   Voice contact, in shootout

29-Jan-68   WHITE CHARLES E.   ARMY   Reported impaled

24-Nov-69   WHITE JAMES B.   USAF   (Photo)

02-Nov-69   WHITFORD LAWRENCE W. JR.   USAF

01-May-68   WHITMIRE WARREN T. JR.   ARMY

23-Mar-72   WHITT JAMES E.   USAF

27-Mar-68   WHITTEKER RICHARD LEE   USAF

11-Apr-68   WHITTEMORE FREDERICK H.   USN

24-Sep-66   WHITTLE JUNIOR L.   ARMY   Reported drowned while swimming

16-Dec-65   WICKHAM DAVID W. II   USN

12-May-68   WIDDISON IMLAY S.   ARMY

12-May-68   WIDNER DANNY L.   ARMY

16-Nov-68   WIECHERT ROBERT CHARLES   USAF

21-Jan-73   WIEHR RICHARD D.   USN   Reported overboard

07-Jun-70   WILBRECHT KURT MICHAEL   USMC

19-Apr-68   WILBURN JOHN E.   ARMY

06-May-72   WILES MARVIN B.   USN

12-Jun-72   WILEY RICHARD D.   ARMY

17-Jan-68   WILKE ROBERT F.   USAF

08-Feb-69   WILKINS CALVIN WAYNE   USMC

17-Apr-69   WILLETT ROBERT V. JR.   USAF

29-Apr-75   WILLIAMS DANNY MUY   CIV

03-Oct-66   WILLIAMS EDDIE L.   ARMY

03-Apr-72   WILLIAMS EDWARD W.   ARMY

25-May-69   WILLIAMS LEROY C.   USMC

11-May-72   WILLIAMS ROBERT J.   ARMY

12-May-68   WILLIAMS ROY C.   ARMY

21-Jul-68   WILLING EDWARD A.   USMC

26-Feb-66   WILLS FRANCIS D.   ARMY

04-Jun-70   WILSON HARRY TRUMAN   USMC

19-Oct-70   WILSON PETER J.   ARMY

14-Jun-71   WILSON RICHARD JR.   ARMY

02-Jul-67   WILSON WAYNE VASTER   USMC

22-Nov-65   WINKLER JOHN ANTHONY   USN

19-Jul-66   WINTERS DARRYL G.   USAF

21-Apr-67   WINTERS DAVID M.   ARMY   Disappeared while on Sampan

23-Dec-70   WISEMAN BAIN W. JR.   ARMY

09-May-65   WISTRAND ROBERT C.   USAF

16-Feb-69   WOGAN WILLIAM M.   ARMY

28-Jun-66   WOLFE THOMAS HUBERT   USAF

09-Aug-68   WOLFKEIL WAYNE B.   USAF

01-Mar-66   WOLOSZYK DONALD J.   USN

20-Oct-67   WOMACK LONNIE H.   USN   Listed AWOL, not heard of since 10/24/67

27-Mar-72   WONG EDWARD PUCK KOW   ARMY

16-Jan-66   WOOD DON C.   USAF   Positive Id in PL film (Photo)

06-Feb-67   WOOD PATRICK H.   USAF

02-Jun-67   WOOD REX S.   USN

02-May-66   WOOD WALTER S.   USN

02-Sep-72   WOOD WILLIAM C. JR.   USAF

03-Nov-70   WOODS DAVID W.   ARMY

18-Feb-71   WOODS GERALD E.   ARMY   KIA in crash, remains tagged, no recovery

17-Apr-65   WOODWORTH SAMUEL ALEXANDER   USAF

19-Oct-65   WORCHESTER JOHN B.   USN   Radio contact lost

11-Mar-68   WORLEY DON F.   USAF   Not on Official DIA list – TDY CIV/LOCKHEED

02-Mar-66   WORST KARL EDWARD   USAF

01-Apr-72   WORTH JAMES F.   USMC

30-Dec-67   WORTHAM MURRAY LAMAR   USAF

06-May-70   WORTHINGTON RICHARD C.   ARMY

17-Jan-67   WOZNIAK FREDERICK J.   USAF   No trace of crew

 21-Feb-67   WRIGHT ARTHUR   ARMY

13-Nov-70   WRIGHT DAVID I.   USAF

17-Jan-67   WRIGHT GARY G.   USAF   No trace of crew

27-Feb-68   WRIGHT THOMAS T.   USAF

21-May-67   WROBLESKI WALTER F.   ARMY

10-Mar-66    XAVIER AUGUSTO MARIA    USMC

17-May-68   YOUNG CHARLES L.   ARMY

04-Apr-70   YOUNG JEFFREY J.   ARMY

25-Aug-67    ZAVOCKY JAMES JOHN    USN

27-Feb-67   ZEMPLE RONALD L.   USN

15-Apr-66   ZERBE MICHAEL R.   USN

03-Apr-72   ZICH LARRY A.   ARMY

29-Aug-69   ZIMMER JERRY ALLEN   USMC

24-Apr-72   ZOLLICOFFER FRANKLIN   ARMY

17-Sep-72   ZORN THOMAS ONEAL JR.   USAF

01-Mar-71   ZUBKE DELAND D.   ARMY

20-Apr-68   ZUTTERMAN JOSEPH A. JR.   USMC

POWs, MIAs, “We Will Never Forget” Part VII, R-S


In continuation of my blog post of Friday, August, 8, 2015, I will continue to list the names of the servicemen still unaccounted for from the Vietnam and Korean conflicts. The gringa will kindly remind dear readers that clicking on incident date, name, branch of service or side note will take the reader directly to a page regarding that serviceman that is linked with the website www.pownetwork.org. So, in honor of those POWs and MIAs considered with the November 9, 2000, immigration policy known as the “Bring Them Home Alive Act”, the following men are not forgotten:

 

18-Oct-66   RACKLEY INZAR M.    USAF

31-May-66   RAGLAND DAYTON W.   USAF

14-May-66   RALSTON FRANK D. III   USAF   (Photo)

23-May-69   RAMIREZ ARMANDO   ARMY

23-Jan-68   RAMSDEN GERALD LEE   USN

29-Apr-75   RANDOLPH CLIFFORD   CIV   Left Saigon 05/75

15-May-79   RAPP JEFF   CIV   Released Algernon s/v 07/79

16-Oct-69   RATTIN DENNIS M.   ARMY

16-Apr-70   RAUSCH ROBERT E.   USAF

15-Nov-66   RAVENNA HARRY M. III   ARMY

29-Dec-65   RAWSTHORNE EDGAR A.   USN

18-Mar-68   RAY JAMES M.   ARMY   (Photo)

13-Nov-69   RAY RONALD E.   ARMY

05-Sep-67   RAYMOND PAUL D.   USAF   (Photo)

24-Aug-68   READ CHARLES H. JR.   USAF

24-Jul-70   REED JAMES W.   USAF

29-Apr-75   REED THERESA   CIV   Left Saigon 06/76

16-Jan-68   REEDY WILLIAM HENRY JR.   USN

23-Dec-66   REEVES JOHN HOWARD   USMC

29-Apr-75   REGAN JOHN D.   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

29-Apr-75   REGAN LON THI   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

09-Nov-67   REHN GARY LEE   USMC

12-Jan-67   REINECKE WAYNE CONRAD   USN

25-Sep-66   REITER DEAN W.   USMC

20-Nov-69   RENELT WALTER A.   USAF

03-Jul-66    RENO RALPH J.   ARMY

09-Mar-69   REX ROBERT F.   USAF

03-Apr-68   REXROAD RONALD REUEL   USAF

21-Nov-67   REYNOLDS DAVID R.   ARMY

26-Apr-72   REYNOLDS TERRY L.   CIV

03-Jan-71   RHODES FERRIS A JR.   ARMY

02-May-70   RICHARDSON DALE W.   ARMY   Acft found, no trace of subj

30-Nov-65   RICHARDSON STEPHEN G.   USN

16-May-68   RICKEL DAVID J.   USAF   (Photo)

28-Oct-68   RICKER WILLIAM E.   USN

25-Dec-72   RICKMAN DWIGHT G.   USMC   Reported buried at crash w/ Viet observer

22-Apr-68   RIGGINS ROBERT P.   USAF

11-Jun-67   RIGGS THOMAS F.   ARMY

10-Nov-66   RIORDAN JOHN M.   USN

29-Apr-75   RIOS JOSE   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

27-Dec-71   RITTER GEORGE L.   CIV

29-Apr-75   RIVERA FREDERICK   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

12-Nov-67   ROARK JAMES D.   USN

07-Apr-65   ROARK WILLIAM MARSHALL   USN   Remains not returned as reported on 03/77

22-Jun-69   ROBERSON JOHN W.   ARMY

18-Jun-65   ROBERTS HAROLD J. JR.   USAF

25-Mar-69   ROBERTS RICHARD D.   ARMY

20-May-68   ROBERTSON JOHN H.   ARMY

10-Feb-71   ROBERTSON MARK J.   ARMY

09-Mar-70   ROBINSON EDWARD   ARMY

12-Mar-69   ROBINSON FLOYD H.   ARMY

05-Jan-70   ROBINSON LARRY WARREN   USMC

29-Apr-75   RODILL DANIEL   CIV   Expelled from Saigon 08/75

12-Feb-68   ROE JERRY L.   ARMY

18-Jan-68   ROEHRICH RONALD L.   USN

01-Dec-69   ROGERS BILLIE LEE   USN

04-May-67   ROGERS CHARLES E.   USAF

12-Mar-68   ROGERS EDWARD F.   USMC

27-Aug-70   ROGERS LYLE D.   ARMY

19-Mar-68   ROMERO VICTOR   USAF

17-Jun-66   ROMIG EDWARD L.   USN

02-Jun-66   ROSATO JOSEPH FRANK   USAF

05-Mar-70   ROSENBACH ROBERT P.   USAF

01-Aug-68   ROSS JOESPH S.   USAF   (Photo)

25-Mar-71   ROSSANO RICHARD J.   ARMY

27-Jun-65   ROTH BILLIE L.   USAF

3-Jun-70   ROZO JAMES M.   ARMY

24-May-68   RUCKER EMMETT JR.   USAF

30-Jun-67   RUNNELS GLYN L. JR.   USMC

16-Jun-68   RUPINSKI BERNARD FRANCIS   USN

26-Apr-72   RUSSELL RICHARD L.   USAF

11-May-69   RYAN WILLIAM C. JR.   USMC

09-Jun-70   RYDER JOHN L.   USAF   (Photo)

18-Aug-66   RYKOSKEY EDWARD J.   USMC

28-Apr-68    SAAVEDRA ROBERT    USN

 30-Jun-70   SADLER MITCHELL OLEN JR.    USAF

10-Jun-65   SAEGAERT DONALD R.   ARMY   Last seen on ground under fire

23-Jun-69   SAGE LELAND C.   USN

31-MAY-70   SAKAI KOJIRO   CIV   Not on Official DIA list

02-Oct-69   SALAZAR FIDEL G.   USN

07-Jun-67   SALE HAROLD R.   USAF

30-Jun-70   SANDERS WILLIAMS S.   USAF

12-May-68   SANDS RICHARD E.   ARMY

10-Dec-64   SANSONE DOMINICK   ARMY   Mixed (Viet?) remains returned 07/17/84

10-Aug-72   SANSONE JAMES J.   USN

27-Feb-67   SAUSE BERNARD J. JR.   USN   Blown off carrier

17-Jun-66   SAVOY M.J.   USN

20-Mar-68   SAYRE LESLIE B.   ARMY

03-Jan-73   SCAIFE KENNETH DOYLE   USN

24-Aug-67   SCHELL RICHARD J.   ARMY

29-Dec-68   SCHERDIN ROBERT F.   ARMY   Severely wounded when left

01-Mar-68   SCHEURICH THOMAS E.   USN

12-Jul-67   SCHIELE JAMES F.   ARMY

18-Feb-69   SCHIMMELS EDDIE R.   USN

15-Aug-70   SCHMIDT PETER A.   ARMY

09-Jun-68   SCHMIDT WALTER R. JR.   USMC   Reported alive on ground

23-May-67   SCHMITTOU EUREKA LAVERN   USN

10-Nov-66   SCHODERER ERIC J.   USN

09-Mar-70   SCHOEPPNER LEONARD J.   USN

16-Jan-66   SCHOONOVER CHARLES D.   USN

18-Feb-66   SCHROEFFEL THOMAS ANTHONY   USN

15-Dec-69   SCHUMACHER JAMES K.   ARMY

16-Jun-65   SCHUMANN JOHN R.   ARMY   Egress: reported working slave labor on rice mill

09-Apr-67   SCHWORER RONALD P.   ARMY

21-Aug-67   SCOTT DAIN V.   USN

25-Apr-68   SCOTT DAVID L.   ARMY   KIA in ambush, remains left behind

15-Mar-66   SCOTT MARTIN R.   USAF

13-May-69   SCOTT MIKE J.   ARMY

22-Apr-69   SCOTT VINCENT CALVIN JR   USAF

16-Mar-71   SCRIVENER STEPHEN RUSSELL   USAF

12-Mar-70   SCULL GARY B.   ARMY

04-Nov-66   SCUNGIO VINCENT A.   USAF

21-Dec-67   SCURLOCK LEE D.   ARMY

18-Jul-68   SEABLOM EARL F.   ARMY

30-Apr-72   SEAGRAVES MELVIN DOUGLAS   USN

25-Nov-67   SEARFUS WILLIAM HENRY   USN

16-Mar-71   SEELEY DOUGLAS MILTON   USAF

12-Mar-75   SEIDL ROBERT   CIV   Air Vietnam crash

22-Jan-66   SENNETT ROBERT R.   USN

02-Apr-72   SEREX HENRY M.   USAF

23-Aug-68   SETTERQUIST FRANCIS L.   USAF   (Photo)

06-Jun-72   SEUELL JOHN W.   USAF

15-Mar-71   SEXTON DAVID M.   ARMY

03-Jul-67   SEYMOUR LEO E.   ARMY   (Photo)

19-Apr-68   SHAFER PHILIP R.   ARMY

24-May-68   SHANKS JAMES LEE   USAF

03-Mar-68   SHANNON PATRICK LEE   USAF   Not on Official DIA list – TDY CIV/LOCKHEED – 12/07/2005 – Family releases to (FOX NEWS) media fact that remains have been I.D.’d

05-Sep-74   SHARMAN NEIL   CIV

05-Sep-65   SHAW EDWARD B.   USN

11-Nov-67   SHAW GARY F.   ARMY   Body gone

08-Oct-70   SHAY DONALD E. JR.   USAF   (Photo)

20-Apr-65   SHEA JAMES PATRICK   USN

29-Apr-75   SHEA MICHAEL J.   USMC

29-Apr-65   SHELTON CHARLES E.   USAF   Radio contact, reported died as POW (Photo)

05-FEB-69   SHERBURN HUGH L.   USAF   Not on Official DIA list

03-Nov-70   SHEWMAKE JOHN D. SR.   ARMY

10-Feb-71   SHIMAMOTO KEIZABURO   CIV

09-Dec-68   SHIMEK SAMUEL D.   ARMY

12-Jul-72   SHIMKIN ALEX   CIV   

28-Jan-70   SHINN WILLIAM C.   USAF   

18-Oct-66   SHONECK JOHN R.   USAF   

09-Jun-66   SHORACK THEODORE JAMES JR   USAF  

24-Apr-69   SHRIVER JERRY M.   ARMY 

17-Jun-66   SIEGWARTH DONALD E.   USN   

25-Apr-71   SIGAFOOS WALTER H. III   USAF   (Photo)

29-Mar-72   SIMMONS ROBERT E.   USAF   Remains Returned 03/01/86 – family did not accept ID – group burial -6/17/2010

16-Aug-75   SIMMONS WILLIE E.   CIV   Released 1975?

12-May-68   SIMPSON JOSEPH L.   ARMY   

24-Jan-67   SIMPSON MAX C.   ARMY   

28-Aug-62   SIMPSON ROBERT LEWIS   USAF   

21-May-67   SIMPSON WALTER S.   ARMY   

26-Jan-69   SINGLETON DANIEL E.   USAF   

28-JAN-68   SINGSON WILFREDO D.   USMC   

15-Jan-68   SKARMAN ORVAL H.   USMC   No return from R&R

16-May-70   SKEEN RICHARD ROBERT   USN   

02-Mar-70   SKIBBE DAVID W.   USMC   

19-Dec-71   SKILES THOMAS W.   ARMY   

12-Dec-70   SKINNER OWEN G.   USAF   

06-Mar-67   SMALL BURT C.   ARMY   Reported wounded and captured

16-Jun-73   SMALLWOOD JOHN J.   USAF   

20-Jul-69   SMILEY STANLEY K.   USN   

01-May-67   SMITH CARL ARTHUR   USMC   

15-Mar-67   SMITH DEAN JR.   USN   

03-Apr-65   SMITH GEORGE C.   USAF   

08-Jan-68   SMITH HALLIE W.   USAF   

12-Nov-69   SMITH HARRY WINFIELD   USAF 

30-Sep-68   SMITH HOWARD H.   USAF   

04-Apr-71   SMITH JOSEPH S.   USAF   

30-May-68   SMITH LEWIS P. II   USAF   

19-Aug-69   SMITH ROBERT N.   USMC   

28-Nov-70   SMITH RONALD E.   ARMY   

17-Jan-69   SMITH VICTOR A.   USAF   (Photo)

22-Jun-66   SMITH WARREN P. JR.   USAF

23-Jul-66   SMITH WILLIAM W.   USAF   

10-Mar-71   SMOOT CURTIS R.   ARMY   

28-Apr-70   SNIDER HUGHIE F.   ARMY   

23-May-67   SOUCY RONALD PHILIP   USN   

01-May-67   SOULIER DUWAYNE   USMC   

17-May-71   SOYLAND DAVID P.   ARMY   

05-Feb-66   SPARENBERG BERNARD JOHN   USN   

19-Mar-71   SPARKS JON M.   ARMY   

07-Jun-68   SPENCER DEAN C. III   ARMY   

27-Sep-66   SPILMAN DYKE A.   USAF   

21-Apr-68   SPINDLER JOHN GATES   USMC   

30-Sep-68   SPINELLI DOMENICK A.   USN   

24-Jan-66   SPRICK DOYLE R.   USMC   

03-Mar-68   SPRINGSTEADAH DONALD K.   USAF   Not on Official DIA list TDY CIV/LOCKHEED

03-Jun-67   SPRINGSTON THEODORE JR.   USAF

10-Jan-69   SPROTT ARTHUR R. JR.   USAF   

22-May-68   ST PIERRE DEAN PAUL   USAF   

30-Apr-68   STAEHLI BRUCE W.   USMC   

21-Nov-72   STAFFORD RONALD D.   USAF   

03-Feb-71   STANDERWICK ROBERT L. SR.   USAF   

06-Feb-69   STANLEY CHARLES I.   ARMY

01-Apr-67   STANLEY ROBERT W.   USAF   

02-Dec-66   STARK WILLIE E.   ARMY   

11-Nov-67   STATON ROBERT M. JR.   ARMY   Body gone

26-Nov-71   STEADMAN JAMES E.   USAF   (Photo)

31-May-66   STEEN MARTIN W.   USAF   Good chute, harness empty

28-Feb-68   STEGMAN THOMAS   USN   

08-May-67   STEIMER THOMAS JACK   USN   

05-Feb-70   STEPHENSON RICHARD C.   USN

29-Apr-75   STEVENS F.   CIV   

14-Feb-69   STEVENS LARRY J.   USN   

24-Mar-67   STEWART JACK T.   ARMY   

08-Feb-71   STEWART PAUL C.   ARMY   

15-Mar-66   STEWART PETER J.   USAF   

12-May-67   STEWART ROBERT A.   USAF   

17-May-69   STEWART VIRGIL G.   USAF   

27-Sep-66   STINE JOSEPH M.   USAF   

14-Sep-66   STODDARD CLARENCE W. JR   USN   

07-Jan-68   STONE JAMES M.   ARMY   

28-Oct-68   STONEBRAKER KENNETH A.   USAF   

13-Jun-69   STORY JAMES C.   ARMY   

10-Jan-67   STOVES MERRITT III   ARMY

26-Apr-68   STOW LILBURN RAY   USAF   

21-Mar-68   STOWERS AUBREY E. JR.   USAF   

18-Oct-70   STRAIT DOUGLAS F.   ARMY   

18-Jan-64   STRALEY JOHN L.   ARMY   

04-Mar-71   STRAWN JOHN T.   ARMY   

05-Oct-68   STRIDE JAMES D. JR.   ARMY   

30-Nov-70   STRINGER JOHN C. II   ARMY   

03-Feb-73   STRINGHAM WILLIAM STERLIN   USN   

11-May-72   STROBRIDGE RODNEY L.   ARMY   

22-Jun-71   STROHLEIN MADISON A.   ARMY   Indications of shootout with NVA

25-May-72   STRONG HENRY H.   USN   

28-Oct-68   STROVEN WILLIAM H.   USAF   

20-Dec-72   STUART JOHN F.   USAF   

20-Oct-69   STUBBS WILLIAM W.   ARMY   

11-Nov-67   STUCKEY JOHN S. JR.   ARMY   Body gone

27-Nov-68   STUIFBERGEN GENE PAUL   USAF   

12-May-68   STULLER JOHN C.   ARMY   Ground attack

15-Nov-69   SUBER RANDOLPH B.   ARMY   

02-Dec-66   SULANDER DANIEL A.   ARMY   

12-Feb-67   SULLIVAN MARTIN J.   USN   

12-Jul-67   SULLIVAN ROBERT J.   ARMY   

31-Dec-71   SUTTER FREDERICK J.   USAF   

28-Jan-70   SUTTON WILLIAM C.   USAF   

09-Oct-69   SUYDAM JAMES L.   ARMY   

15-Jun-67   SWANSON JOHN WILLARD   USAF   

31-Oct-68   SWANSON ROGER W.   ARMY   

05-Feb-69   SWIGART PAUL E. JR.   USN   

18-Mar-68   SWITZER JERROLD A.   USMC   

30-Dec-67   SWORDS SMITH III   USAF   

04-Apr-67   SZEYLLER EDWARD PHILIP   USN

Photo credit: www.emaze.com

 

POWs, MIAs, “We Will Never Forget” Part VI, N-Q


In continuation of my blog post of Friday, August, 8, 2015, I will continue to list the names of the servicemen still unaccounted for from the Vietnam and Korean conflicts. The gringa will kindly remind dear readers that clicking on incident date, name, branch of service or side note will take the reader directly to a page regarding that serviceman that is linked with the website www.pownetwork.org. So, in honor of those POWs and MIAs considered with the November 9, 2000, immigration policy known as the “Bring Them Home Alive Act”, the following men are not forgotten:

03-Aug-67    NAHAN JOHN B. III    USMC    Extracted survivors said subj dead

16-MAR-62   NAU GEORGE   CIV

31-Jul-69   NEAL DENNIS P.   ARMY

04-Jan-69   NEELD BOBBY G.   USAF

20-Feb-69   NEISLAR DAVID PHILLIP   USN

17-Sep-67   NELLANS WILLIAM L.   USAF

11-Jun-67   NELSON JAMES R.   ARMY

11-Apr-70   NELSON JAN HOUSTON   USMC

16-Jan-66   NETH FRED A.   USN

18-Jun-65   NEVILLE WILLIAM E.   USAF

29-Sep-68   NEWBERRY WAYNE E.   USAF   (Photo)

29-Aug-67   NEWBURN LARRY S.   ARMY

06-Feb-68   NEWMAN JAMES C. JR.   USN

26-Feb-66   NEWTON DONALD S.   ARMY

29-Apr-75   NGUYEN THI THI CHIN   CIV

29-Apr-75   NGUYEN VAN CHIEN   CIV

29-Apr-75   NGUYEN XWAN ANH-TRU   CIV

01-Sep-66   NICHOLS HUBERT C.   USAF

22-Apr-66   NICKERSON WILLIAM B.   USN

26-Oct-71   NICKOL ROBERT A.   ARMY

21-Apr-67   NIDDS DANIEL R.   ARMY   Disappeared while on Sampan

15-Feb-69   NIEDECKEN WILLIAM CLINTON   USN

17-Mar-68   NIGHTENGALE RANDALL J.   USN

21-Nov-64   NIPPER DAVID   USMC

20-Jul-66   NOBERT CRAIG R.   USAF   Egress reports Means told by “The Eel” that Norbert died after capture

16-May-71   NOLAN JOSEPH P. JR.   ARMY

09-Nov-67   NOLAN MCKINLEY   ARMY   Last seen 11/02/73

14-Jul-66   NOPP ROBERT   ARMY

20-Dec-65   NORDAHL LEE E.   USN

03-Nov-70   NORRIS CALVIN A.   ARMY

03-Nov-69   NORTON MICHAEL R.   ARMY

23-Jun-66   NYMAN LAWRENCE F.   USN

02-Dec-66   NYSTROM BRUCE A.   USN

29-Apr-75   NYSTUL WILLIAM CRAIG  USMC

10-Nov-66    O’BRIEN JOHN LAWRENCE    USAF

09-Jan-69    O’BRIEN KEVIN    USAF

12-Jul-72   O’DONNELL SAMUEL JR.   USAF

10-Apr-67   O’GRADY JOHN F.   USAF   Ejected, no radio contact

03-Apr-72   O’NEIL DOUGLAS L.   ARMY

29-Oct-71   OAKLEY LINUS LABIN   USAF

07-Jan-70   OCHAB ROBERT   USAF

18-Oct-67   OGDEN HOWARD JR.   USMC

03-Jan-71   OKERLUND THOMAS R.   ARMY

11-Jun-67   OLDHAM JOHN S.   USMC

11-Mar-68   OLDS ERNEST A.   USAF   Seen alive in German Propaganda film

17-Oct-65   OLMSTEAD STANLEY E.   USN

21-Apr-68   OLSEN FLOYD W.   ARMY

26-Sep-68   OLSON BARRY A.   ARMY

13-Mar-66   OLSON GERALD E.   USAF

05-FEB-68   OLSON ROBERT E.   USAF   Not on Official DIA list

03-Jan-71   OMELIA DENNIS W.   ARMY

13-Oct-68   ORELL QUINLEN R.   USN

24-Sep-65   OSBORN GEOFFREY H.   USN

04-Mar-71   OSBORNE RODNEY D.   ARMY

27-Apr-67   OSBORNE SAMUEL WILLIAM JR.   USMC

12-May-72   OSTERMEYER WILLIAM H.   USAF

01-Sep-67   OTT EDWARD L. III   USN

02-Oct-67   OTT PATRICK L.   USMC

08-Oct-70   OTT WILLIAM A.   USAF

16-Aug-68   OVERLOCK JOHN F.   USAF

15-Dec-70   OWEN CLYDE C.   USN

23-May-68   OWEN ROBERT D.   ARMY

29-Jun-68   OWEN TIMOTHY S.   ARMY

10-Jun-65   OWENS FRED M.   ARMY

07-Jun-67   OWENS JOY L.   USAF

 07-Oct-66    PABST EUGENE M.    USAF

 10-Apr-68   PADGETT SAMUEL J.   ARMY

18-May-68   PADILLA DAVID E.   USMC

06-Aug-67   PAGE ALBERT L.   USAF

18-Jun-71   PAINTER JOHN R. JR.   USN

03-Jan-71   PALEN CARL A.   ARMY

22-Apr-68   PALMGREN EDWIN D.   USAF

27-Mar-72   PANNABECKER DAVID E.   USAF

03-Nov-70   PANTALL JAMES R.   ARMY

09-Mar-70   PARCELS REX L. JR.   USN

25-Jul-68   PARISH CHARLES C.   USN

21-Jan-73   PARKER CHARLES L. JR.   USN   Overboard

06-Feb-69   PARKER DAVID W.   ARMY

04-Mar-70   PARKER JOHN J.   USN

05-Apr-67   PARKER THOMAS A.   USN

13-Mar-66   PARKER UDON   ARMY

14-Jul-62   PARKS RAYMOND F.   ARMY

17-Jul-68   PARRA LIONEL JR.   USMC

03-Feb-66   PARSLEY EDWARD M.   USAF

19-Sep-66   PARSONS DON B.   USN

03-Jan-71   PARSONS MICHAEL D.   ARMY

01-Nov-69   PARTINGTON ROGER D.   USMC

13-Mar-66   PASEKOFF ROBERT E.   USAF

06-Dec-67   PASTVA MICHAEL JAMES   USMC   Misadventure in Quang Tri

27-Jul-67   PATTERSON BRUCE M.   USN

19-May-67   PATTERSON JAMES K.   USN   Probably captured with broken leg

16-Feb-71   PATTILLO RALPH N.   USAF

02-Feb-68   PATTON KENNETH J.   ARMY

27-Jul-68   PATTON WARD K.   USN

05-Feb-71   PAUL JAMES L.   ARMY

13-Mar-66   PAULEY MARSHALL I.   USAF

08-Mar-67   PAWLISH GEORGE F.   USN

05-Jun-72   PAYNE KYLIS THEROD   USN

19-Dec-68   PAYNE NORMAN   ARMY

31-Dec-67   PEACE JOHN D.   USN

12-Oct-72   PEACOCK JOHN R. II   USMC

17-May-71   PEARCE DALE A.   ARMY

23-Jun-70   PEDERSON JOE P.   ARMY

27-Apr-67   PENNINGTON RONALD KEITH   USMC

06-Apr-68   PEPPER ANTHONY JOHN   USMC

30-Aug-70   PERALTA BENJAMIN R.   ARMY

31-Dec-67   PERISHO GORDON S.   USN

14-Dec-71   PERKINS CECIL C.   ARMY

14-Dec-71   PERRY OTHA L.   ARMY

10-May-68   PERRY THOMAS H.   ARMY

09-Mar-66   PETERSON DELBERT R.   USAF

27-Jan-73   PETERSON MARK A.   USAF   Good chute, voice contact (Photo)

23-May-67   PETTIS THOMAS E.   USN

09-Apr-70    PFAFFMANN CHARLES B.   USN

07-Jul-66   PHARRIS WILLIAM V.   ARMY

23-Nov-71   PHELPS WILLIAM   USAF

07-Feb-68   PHILLIPS DANIEL R.   ARMY   Overun at SF Camp

28-Aug-68   PHILLIPS ELBERT AUSTIN   USAF

23-Jun-70   PHILLIPS ROBERT P.   ARMY

27-Aug-68   PICK DONALD WILLIAM   USAF

10-Jun-70   PIERCE WALTER M.   ARMY

15-Dec-70   PIERSANTI ANTHONY J. JR.   USN

13-Apr-69   PIERSON WILLIAM C.   ARMY

23-Mar-72   PIKE DENNIS S.   USN

12-Jul-69   PIKE PETER X.   USAF

19-Sep-66   PILKINGTON THOMAS H.   USN

22-Nov-65   PIRKER VICTOR J.   USMC

08-Dec-69   PIRRUCCELLO JOSEPH S.   USAF   (Photo)

12-May-67   PITMAN PETER P.   USAF

24-Jan-66   PITT ALBERT   USMC

28-Sep-66   PITTMAN ROBERT E.   ARMY

16-Nov-66   PITTMANN ALAN D.   USAF

11-Sep-70   PLASSMEYER BERNARD H.   USMC

10-Jun-67   PLATT ROBERT L. JR.   ARMY

05-Oct-65   POGREBA DEAN A.   USAF

29-Apr-75   POLARD PERRY   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

15-Jul-69   POLSTER HARMON   USAF

24-Mar-70   POOL JERRY L.   ARMY   Group I.D. No remains – family rejects

05-Sep-68   POSEY GEORGE R.   USN   Overboard

29-Apr-75   POSNER GERALD   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

05-Feb-68   POTTER WILLIAM T.   USAF

07-Apr-72   POTTS LARRY F.   USMC

02-Apr-69   POWERS LOWELL S.   ARMY

24-Dec-67   POWERS VERNIE H.   ARMY

05-Sep-67   PRATHER MARTIN WILLIAM   USMC

02-Oct-69   PRENTICE KENNETH M.   USN

01-Feb-66   PREVOST ALBERT M.   USMC

01-Aug-67   PREWITT WILLIAM ROLAND   USMC

03-Mar-68   PRICE DAVID STANLEY   USAF   Not on Official DIA list – TDY/CIV LOCKHEED

12-Oct-72   PRICE WILLIAM M.   USMC

08-Sep-68   PRIDEMORE DALLAS R.   ARMY   Reported Kidnapped

02-Feb-68   PRINGLE JOE H.   ARMY   ID found at crash site

22-Dec-65   PRUDHOMME JOHN D.   USN

28-Jan-70   PRUETT WILLIAM D.   USAF

25-Mar-71   PUENTES MANUEL R.   ARMY   Seen alive in ambush

02-Feb-68   PUGGI JOSEPH D.   ARMY

19-Mar-70   PUGH DENNIS G.   USAF   (Photo)

22-Nov-69   QUINN MICHAEL E.   USN

22-Jan-74   QUINN JUDGE SOPHIE   CIV   Released from Quang Ngai 02/03/74

29-Apr-75   QUINN JUDGE SOPHIE   CIV   2nd time captured – Left Saigon 07/75

Photo credit: www.dailymail.co.uk

 

 

 

 

POWs, MIAs, “We Will Never Forget” Part V, K-M


In continuation of my blog post of Friday, August, 8, 2015, I will continue to list the names of the servicemen still unaccounted for from the Vietnam and Korean conflicts. The gringa will kindly remind dear readers that clicking on incident date, name, branch of service or side note will take the reader directly to a page regarding that serviceman that is linked with the website www.pownetwork.org. So, in honor of those POWs and MIAs considered with the November 9, 2000, immigration policy known as the “Bring Them Home Alive Act”, the following men are not forgotten:

14-Jun-69   KAHLER HAROLD    USAF

29-Apr-75   KAJI ANDREW T.    CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

29-Apr-75   KALSSEN JAMES   CIV   Left Saigon 04/76

09-Aug-69   KANE BRUCE E.   USMC   

12-Sep-67   KANE RICHARD RAYMOND   USMC

20-May-67   KEEFE DOUGLAS ONEIL   USMC

15-Nov-66   KEIPER JOHN C.   USMC

21-Apr-66   KELLER JACK E.   USN

06-Aug-67   KEMMERER DONALD R.   USAF

12-Jan-67   KEMP CLAYTON CHARLES   USN

17-Aug-66   KEMP FREDDIE   ARMY

22-Dec-69   KENNEDY JAMES E.   ARMY

01-Nov-68   KENNEY HARRY J.   USN

20-Dec-68   KENT ROBERT DUANE   USMC

21-Jan-67   KERNS ARTHUR W.   ARMY   Not on Official DIA list – possible remains returned

26-Mar-68   KERR ERNEST C. JR.   USMC

13-Jun-66   KERR EVERETT O.   USAF

22-Aug-67   KERR JOHN C.   USAF

09-Jul-72   KETCHIE SCOTT D.   USMC

20-Jan-68   KETTERER JAMES A.   USAF

06-Feb-67   KIBBEY RICHARD A.   USAF

10-Feb-66   KIEFEL ERNEST P. JR.   USAF

29-Apr-75   KIEN CUONG TRIEU   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

29-Apr-75   KIEN NAM BAO   CIV

29-Apr-75   KIEN NGIEP TRIEU   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

26-Aug-67   KILCULLEN THOMAS MICHAEL   USAF

30-Jun-67   KILLEN JOHN D. III   USMC

18-Jun-72   KILPATRICK LARRY RONALD   USN

25-Dec-68   KING CHARLES D.   USAF

14-May-66   KING DONALD L.   USAF

29-Apr-75   KING JOHN S.   CIV   Left Saigon 04/76

04-May-68   KING PAUL C. JR.   ARMY

03-Oct-67   KING RONALD RUNYAN   USAF

01-Sep-68   KINKADE WILLIAM L.   USAF

15-Jan-71   KINSMAN GERALD F.   ARMY

14-Jul-66   KIPINA MARSHALL F.   ARMY

11-Mar-68   KIRK HERBERT A.   USAF   Not on Official DIA list – TDY CIV/LOCKHEED

01-Jan-66   KIRKSEY ROBERT L.   ARMY

29-Apr-75   KISTNER MITCHELL   CIV   Left Saigon 08/75

11-Jun-67   KLEMM DONALD MARTIN   USAF

17-Sep-65   KLENDA DEAN ALBERT   USAF

04-Nov-69   KLIMO JAMES R.   ARMY   Remains of all other crew recovered

02-Nov-66   KLINE ROBERT E.   USAF

06-Apr-70   KLINGNER MICHAEL LEE   USAF

14-Nov-70   KLUGG JOSEPH R.   USN

14-Mar-66   KLUTE KARL EDWIN   USAF

21-Oct-68   KNABB KENNETH K.   USN

02-Nov-67   KNAPP FREDRIC W.   USN

24-Apr-67   KNAPP HERMAN L.   USAF

09-Apr-70   KNIGHT LARRY C.   USN

07-Oct-66   KNIGHT LARRY DALE   USAF

19-May-67   KNIGHT ROY A. JR.   USAF

22-Sep-66   KNOCHEL CHARLES A.   USN

22-Mar-71   KNUTSEN DONALD P.   ARMY

05-Feb-70   KOBASHIGAWA TOM Y.   ARMY

14-Dec-66   KOENIG EDWIN LEE   USN

02-Oct-69   KOHLER DELVIN L.   USN

12-Mar-68   KOLLMANN GLENN E.   USN

16-Apr-69   KONYU WILLIAM M.   ARMY

11-Jun-67   KOOI JAMES W.   USMC   AC crash and explode, no surv obs

25-Dec-67   KOONCE TERRY T.   USAF   (Photo)

27-Oct-72   KOSIN BEATRICE   CIV   Not on Official DIA list, reported DIC (Photo)

27-Jul-65   KOSKO WALTER   USAF

02-Oct-69   KOSLOSKY HOWARD M.   USN

31-Oct-67   KOTT STEPHEN J.   USMC   Remains Recovered 07/17/84 – Family does not accept ID

30-Mar-75   KOWLES ALEXANDER G.   CIV   Left Saigon 10/75

05-Jun-72   KRANER DAVIS STANLEY   USN

16-Mar-68   KRAUSMAN EDWARD L.   USMC

01-Apr-66   KRECH MELVIN T.   USN

29-Apr-75   KRISH CLAUDIA   CIV   Left Saigon 07/75

17-Jan-67   KROGMAN ALVA R.   USAF

25-Oct-67   KROMMENHOEK JEFFREY M.   USN

11-Feb-69   KROSKE HAROLD W. JR.   ARMY

27-Apr-71   KRUPA FREDERICK   ARMY

03-Nov-67   KRUSI PETER H.   USN

31-Jan-67   KUBLEY ROY R.   USAF

17-Jan-69   KUHLMAN ROBERT JOHN JR.   USMC

06-APR-70   KUSAKA AKIRA   CIV   Not on Official Lists

08-Nov-67   KUSICK JOSEPH G.   ARMY

06-Apr-68   KUSTIGIAN MICHAEL T.   USN   Listed as UA in 1973

18-Aug-71   KUYKENDALL WILLIE C.   ARMY

 30-Nov-68    LA BOHN GARY R.    ARMY   Remains Returned 03/08/89 – Id’d 02/08/90 Questionable

 05-Sep-65   LA GRAND WILLIAM J.   ARMY

08-May-65   LA HAYE JAMES D.   USN

19-Sep-68   LA VOO JOHN ALLEN   USMC

31-Jan-68   LACEY RICHARD J.   ARMY

24-Aug-68   LADEWIG MELVIN E.   USAF

06-Apr-66   LAFAYETTE JOHN W.   ARMY

29-Apr-75   LAFFIE GEORGE   CIV

29-Apr-75   LAFFIE LINA MARLINE   CIV

17-Jun-70   LAKER CARL J.   ARMY   Head wound, search neg

13-Jun-66   LAMBTON BENNIE R.   USN

03-Jan-68   LANCASTER KENNETH R.   ARMY

23-Aug-67   LANE CHARLES   USAF

23-May-68   LANE GLEN O.   ARMY

04-Jan-69   LANE MITCHELL S.   USAF

01-Mar-68   LANNOM RICHARD C.   USN

05-Sep-67   LAPORTE MICHAEL L.   USN

30-Mar-69   LATIMER CLARENCE A.   ARMY

20-Feb-68   LAUREANO-LOPEZ ISMAEL   ARMY

29-Apr-75   LAURIE JAMES   CIV   Expelled from Saigon 08/75

26-Oct-71   LAUTZENHEISER MICHAEL   ARMY   4 sets remains found at crash site, not subj

05-Oct-68   LAWRENCE GREGORY P.   USAF

29-Jul-66   LAWS DELMER L.   ARMY

09-Apr-68   LAWSON KARL W.   ARMY

05-Nov-69   LE FEVER DOUGLAS P.   USAF

08-May-72   LEAVER JOHN M. JR.   USN

19-Jun-64   LEDBETTER THOMAS I.   ARMY

16-Feb-72   LEE ALBERT EUGENE   USN

28-Jan-70   LEESER LEONARD C.   USAF

13-Apr-72   LEET DAVID LAVERETT   USMC

18-Jun-67   LEMMONS WILLIAM E.   ARMY

25-Apr-71   LEMON JEFFREY C.   USAF

15-Feb-71   LEONARD MARVIN M.   ARMY

02-Oct-69   LEONARD ROBERT B.   USN

20-Aug-72   LESTER RODERICK B.   USN

27-Feb-67   LETCHWORTH EDWARD N.   USN   Blown off Carrier deck

25-Oct-66   LEVAN ALVIN L.   USN

02-Apr-72   LEVIS CHARLES A.   USAF

19-Oct-66   LEWANDOWSKI LEONARD J. JR.   USMC

17-May-67   LEWIS CHARLIE G.   ARMY

27-Feb-71   LEWIS LARRY G.   USN

04-Oct-67   LILLUND WILLIAM A.   USAF

09-Apr-71   LILLY CARROLL BAXTER   USAF

17-Mar-71   LILLY LAWRENCE E.   ARMY

06-Jan-73   LINDAHL JOHN C.   USN

20-Aug-68   LINDBLOOM CHARLES DAVID   USN

29-Jun-65   LINDSEY MARVIN NELSON   USAF

02-Jan-70   LINDSTROM RONNIE G.   USAF

29-Apr-75   LINH DAM   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

21-Apr-68   LINK ROBERT C.   ARMY

09-Dec-67   LIRA JOSE T.   ARMY

23-Apr-70   LITTLE DANNY L.   ARMY

02-Oct-69   LIVINGSTON RICHARD A.   USN

02-Dec-65   LOGAN JACOB DRUMMOND   USN

26-Mar-68   LOMAX RICHARD E.   ARMY

20-Dec-69   LONG CARL EDWIN   USMC

18-Oct-66   LONG JOHN H.   USAF

08-Jul-66   LONGANECKER RONALD LEE   USMC

19-Apr-68   LORD ARTHUR JAMES   ARMY

01-Mar-69   LOVEGREN DAVID E.   ARMY

18-Jun-65   LOWRY TYRRELL G.   USAF

23-Apr-70   LUCKI AUBIN E.   USAF   (Photo)

22-Dec-65   LUKENBACH MAX D.   USN

01-Feb-66   LUKER RUSSELL B.   USMC

20-Dec-66   LUM DAVID ANTHONY   USAF

10-Mar-69   LUNA CARTER P.   USAF

29-Apr-75   LUNDGREEN KIM DUNG   CIV   Left Saigon 12/75

29-Apr-75   LUNDGREEN KIM THO   CIV  

25-Jul-67   LUNSFORD HERBERT L.   USAF

29-Apr-75   LUSK ANDRE   CIV   Left Saigon with fake passport 08/75

23-Jan-69   LUSTER ROBERT L.   ARMY   Remains Recovered 01/27/69 – Id Disputed

10-May-71   LUTTRELL JAMES M.   ARMY

27-May-65   LYNN DOYLE W.   USN   Hit by AA in target area

05-FEB-68   LYNN HOMER M.   USAF   Not on Official DIA list

22-Mar-68   LYON DONOVAN L.   USAF

05-Feb-70   LYON JAMES M.   ARMY   Reported DIC 02/06/70 – mercy killingLeft Saigon 12/75

28-Mar-68    MACCANN HENRY E.   USAF

21-Dec-72   MACDONALD GEORGE D.   USAF    Remains Returned 02/21/85 – Id Rescinded by family (Photo)

21-Apr-68   MACKEDANZ LYLE E.   ARMY

02-Jan-66   MACLAUGHLIN DONALD C.   USN

21-Apr-78   MACNAMARA LEN   CIV   Held in Phnom Phenh jail until 11/78

20-May-67   MADDOX NOTLEY GWYNN   USAF

18-Jan-67   MADSEN MARLOW E.   USN

03-Jan-71   MAGEE PATRICK J.   ARMY

23-Mar-61   MAGEE RALPH WAYNE   USAF

04-Apr-65   MAGNUSSON JAMES A. JR.   USAF

06-Jul-68   MAHONEY THOMAS P. III   USMC

10-Aug-65   MAILHES LAWRENCE SCOTT   USN   Remains not found in search of acft

04-May-66   MALONE JIMMY M.   ARMY

21-Apr-67   MANGINO THOMAS A.   ARMY   Disappeared while on sampan

03-Nov-70   MANGUS ARLIE R.   ARMY

22-Oct-65   MANN ROBERT LEE   USAF

27-Mar-72   MANOR JAMES   USAF

24-May-69   MANSKE CHARLES J.  USAF

25-Jun-66   MARIK CHARLES W.   USN

30-May-70   MARK KIT T.   CIV

04-Mar-71   MARKER MICHAEL W.   ARMY

22-Jan-74   MARKHAM JAMES M.   CIV   Returned from Visit 12/74

15-May-75   MARSHALL DANNY G.   USMC   Mayaguez incident loss 05/15/75

18-Jun-65   MARSHALL JAMES A.   USAF

05-Sep-65   MARSHALL RICHARD C.   USAF

04-Apr-67   MARTIN DAVID EARL   USN

18-Apr-73   MARTIN DOUGLAS K.   USAF   Charred bodies found at crash site (Photo) Remains Buried 4/18/99

20-Sep-65   MARTIN DUANE W.   USAF   Reported killed by natives

23-Mar-75   MARTIN EARL   CIV   Released from Saigon 07/75

03-Nov-70   MARTIN JERRY D.   ARMY

16-Oct-70   MARTIN JOHN B. II   USN

20-Nov-67   MARTIN JOHN M.   USAF

01-May-68   MARTIN RICHARD D.   ARMY

03-Jun-66   MARTIN RUSSELL D.   USAF   Wreckage sighted, no trace of crew

27-Dec-67   MARTIN SAMMY A.   USAF

11-Nov-67   MARTINEZ-MERCADO EDWIN J.   ARMY

14-Feb-67   MARVIN ROBERT C.   USN

02-May-69   MASCARI PHILLIP L.   USAF

17-Oct-68   MASON JAMES P.   ARMY

01-Oct-65   MASSUCCI MARTIN J.   USAF

13-Oct-68   MASTERSON MICHAEL J.   USAF

13-May-69   MASUDA ROBERT S.   ARMY   Possibly thrown into well

16-Apr-72   MATEJA ALAN P.   USAF

15-Feb-66   MAUTERER OSCAR   USAF

10-Oct-69   MAXWELL CALVIN W.   ARMY

02-Mar-69   MAY MICHAEL F.   ARMY

17-Oct-65   MAYER RODERICK L.   USN   Egress reports died of severe wounds from ejection

24-Nov-67   MAYERCIK RONALD M.   USAF

17-Aug-68   MAYHEW WILLIAM J.   USN   Listed as remains recovered 07/72 but returned alive 03/14/73

09-Nov-67   MAYSEY LARRY W.   USAF

23-Dec-70   MCANDREWS MICHAEL W.   ARMY

10-Nov-66   MCATEER THOMAS J.   USN

22-Oct-66   MCBRIDE EARL PAUL   USN

30-Dec-68   MCCANTS LELAND S. III   ARMY   Reported drowned in river crossing

14-Nov-65   MCCLELLAND PAUL T. JR.   USAF

24-Nov-63   MCCLURE CLAUDE DONALD   ARMY   Released in Cambodia 11/28/65

30-Apr-74   MCCOMBS PHILLIP A.   CIV   Released 05/74

05-Feb-66   MCCONNAUGHHAY DAN DAILY   USN

24-Sep-68   MCCONNELL JERRY   ARMY

06-Oct-72   MCCORMICK CARL O.   USAF

15-Dec-70   MCCOY MERIL O JR.   USN

26-Apr-68   MCDANIEL JOHN LEWIS   USAF

04-Oct-67   MCDANIEL MORRIS L. JR.   USAF

31-May-66   MCDONALD EMMETT R.   USAF

01-Jun-75   MCDONALD HERMAN   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

03-May-72   MCDONALD JOSEPH W.   USMC

31-Dec-64   MCDONALD KURT C.   USAF

25-Mar-71   MCDONNEL R.D.   ARMY   Reported KIA by grenade in ambush

06-Mar-69  MCDONNELL JOHN T.   ARMY

20-Jun-66   MCDONOUGH JOHN R.   USN

16-Aug-68   MCELHANON MICHAEL O.   USAF

18-Dec-72   MCELVAIN JAMES R.   USAF

22-Oct-65   MCEWEN JAMES ARTHUR   USAF

17-Apr-67   MCGARVEY JAMES M.   USMC

10-Dec-71   MCINTIRE SCOTT W.   USAF

24-Nov-70   MCINTOSH IAN   ARMY

04-Nov-70   MCKAY CLYDE W.   CIV   Escaped custody to join VC

06-Feb-68   MCKAY HOMER E.   USN

31-Mar-65   MCKINLEY GERALD W.   USN   Reported crashed on target site

18-Jun-67   MCKITTRICK JAMES C.   ARMY

18-Jun-70   MCLAMB HARRY LAWRENCE   USAF

20-Dec-72   MCLAUGHLIN ARTHUR V. JR.   USAF

07-Jul-67   MCLAUGHLIN OLEN B.   USAF

09-Feb-65   MCLEAN JAMES H.   ARMY   Capture confirmed

14-Jun-73   MCLEOD DAVID V. JR.   USAF

05-Jun-68   MCMANUS TRUMAN JOSEPH   USMC

07-Apr-68   MCMURRAY FRED H. JR.   ARMY

05-FEB-68   MCNEILL CLARENCE L.   USAF   Not on Official DIA list

30-Apr-67   MCPHEE RANDY NEAL   USMC

18-Mar-66   MCPHERSON EVERETT A.   USMC

28-Jan-66   MCPHERSON FRED LAWER   USAF

02-Mar-70   MCVEY LAVOY D.   USMC

13-Aug-65   MELLOR FREDRIC M.  USAF

18-Jan-64   METOYER BRYFORD G.   ARMY

21-Jun-71   METZLER CHARLES D.   USN

09-Feb-69   MEYERS ROGER A.   USN

10-Aug-69   MICKELSEN WILLIAM E. JR.   USN

25-Nov-67   MIDGETT DEWEY A.   ARMY   On way to beach (AWOL)

23-Aug-67   MIDNIGHT FRANCIS B.   USAF   (Photo)

29-Apr-75   MIELKE MADELINE XUAN   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

29-Apr-75   MIELKE RICHARD M.   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

29-Apr-75   MIELNE MISTY S.   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

29-Apr-75   MIKYO MAI LAN   CIV   Left Saigon 08/76

20-Aug-66   MILIKIN RICHARD M.III   USAF

27-Feb-68   MILIUS PAUL L.   USN

05-Sep-67   MILLER CARL D.   USAF

06-Jan-71   MILLER CARLTON P. JR.   USN

12-Mar-75   MILLER GEORGE C.   CIV   Air Vietnam

10-May-68   MILLER GLENN E.   ARMY   Remains ID announced 08/10/2005 – disputed/rejected by family.

12-Mar-75   MILLER JOHN D.   CIV   Released from Hanoi 10/75

12-Mar-75   MILLER LUANNE   CIV   Released from Hanoi 10/75

28-Mar-69   MILLER MICHAEL A.   USAF

22-Nov-65   MILLER RICHARD A.   USMC

28-Aug-68   MILLER ROBERT CHARLES   USAF

07-Mar-67   MILLER ROBERT L.   USN

13-Sep-70   MILLER WYATT JR.   ARMY

06-Mar-71   MILLINER WILLIAM P.   ARMY   (Photo)

29-Nov-67   MILLNER MICHAEL   ARMY

21-Sep-66   MILLS JAMES B.   USN

29-Jan-68   MILLS JAMES DALE   USMC

20-Dec-65   MIMS GEORGE I. JR.   USAF

09-Dec-68   MINOR CARROLL WILLIAM   USN

17-Jan-71   MIRRER ROBERT H.   USAF

19-Oct-66   MISHUK RICHARD E.   USMC

25-Apr-68   MITCHELL ALBERT C.   USAF

30-May-62   MITCHELL ARCHIE E.   CIV   Taken from Leprosarium

12-Mar-75   MITCHELL BETTY J.   CIV   Released from Hanoi 10/75

14-Jan-64   MITCHELL CARL BERG   USAF

06-Mar-68   MITCHELL GILBERT L.   USN

05-May-68   MITCHELL HARRY E.   USN   Reported seen in USA 09/79

29-Jan-71   MIXTER DAVID I.   ARMY

31-Jan-67   MIYAZAKI RONALD K.   USAF

26-Sep-67   MOE HAROLD JOHN   USMC

24-May-69   MONTEZ ANASTACIO   ARMY

02-Oct-69   MONTGOMERY RONALD W.   USN

22-Apr-61   MOON WALTER H.   ARMY   Reported KIA 07/22/61 in escape attempt

27-Feb-71   MOONEY FRED   ARMY

03-Sep-67   MOORE HERBERT W. JR.   USAF

28-Feb-67   MOORE JAMES RODNEY   USMC

16-Feb-69   MOORE JERRY L.   ARMY

03-May-67   MOORE RALPH E.   ARMY

09-Oct-69   MOORE RAYMOND G.   ARMY

20-Feb-70   MOORE SCOTT FERRIS JR.   USN

18-May-66   MOORE WILLIAM J.   USAF

02-Oct-69   MOORE WILLIAM R.   USN

06-Dec-68   MORALES FRANK A.   CIV   JCRC says KIA/DIC

07-Aug-66   MORAN RICHARD ALLAN   USN

16-Jan-68   MORELAND WILLIAM D.   USMC

10-Nov-67   MORGAN JAMES S.   USAF

25-Feb-72   MORGAN WILLIAM J.   ARMY

22-Mar-71   MORIARTY PETER G.   USAF

20-Dec-68   MORIN RICHARD GIRARD   USMC

27-Jan-73   MORRIS GEORGE W. JR.   USAF

26-Oct-66   MORRISON GLENN RAYMOND JR   USAF

19-Aug-69   MORRISSEY RICHARD THOMAS   USMC

07-Nov-72   MORRISSEY ROBERT D.   USAF

29-May-72   MORROW LARRY K.   ARMY

26-Sep-66   MOSBURG HENRY L.   ARMY

02-Oct-69   MOSER PAUL K.   USN

29-Apr-75   MOSLEY MONIQUE C.   CIV

29-Apr-75   MOSS JAMES   CIV

13-Sep-65   MOSSMAN JOE R.   USN

26-Mar-68   MOWREY GLENN W.   USMC

14-Dec-66   MOWREY RICHARD L.   USN

31-Jan-67   MULHAUSER HARVEY   USAF

29-Jan-68   MULLEAVEY QUINTEN EMILE   ARMY   Not on Official DIA list

29-Apr-66   MULLEN WILLIAM F.   USMC

08-May-69   MUNDT HENRY G.   USAF

13-May-69   MUNOZ DAVID L.   ARMY   Reported possibly thrown into well

03-Apr-72   MUREN THOMAS RICHARD   USN

18-Mar-69   MURPHY BARRY D.   ARMY

23-Apr-70   MURPHY LARRON D.   ARMY

09-Apr-65   MURPHY TERENCE M.   USN   Reported crashed at sea

18-Feb-66   MURRAY JOSEPH VAUGHN   USN

28-Sep-67   MUSETTI JOSEPH T. JR.   USN

08-Jun-67   MYERS DAVID GEPHART   USMC   Reported died near Hill 881S

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