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THE BANDIDO WALL OF HONOR

Name

Vietnam Memorial Location

Home City

Birth Date

Death Date

Rank

MOS

Notes

Ackerman, Maxie Edward

Panel 41E - Row 015

Saginaw, MI

9 Apr 1944

25 Feb 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, died while missing in action, other weapons

Althouse, Earl Irvin

Panel 42E - Row 012

Myerstown, PA

15 Oct 1947

1 Mar 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, artillery or mortar

Ayer, Herley P Jr.

Panel 34E - Row 061

Kohoka, MO

6 Feb 1931

17 Jan 1968

Sgt 1st Class

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, multi-fragment wounds, Dinh Tuong Province

Bahr, Richard Duncan

Panel 43E - Row 041

Newport News, VA

28 Sep 1944

7 Mar 1968

1st Lt.

Infantry Unit Commander

Hostile - killed, multi-fragment wounds, ground casualty, Kien Tuong Province

Baron, Douglas Ken

Panel 43W - Row 051

Campbell, CA

6 Jan 1947

21 Sep 1968

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Non hostile dead, died of wounds, not booby trapped connected, grenades

Behan, William Gerald

Panel 58E - Row 004

Philadephia, PA

22 Jul 1945

10 May 1968

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, other weapons

Belsar, Kenneth

Panel 34E - Row 065

Mt. Clellandtown, PA

11 Mar 1945

17 Jan 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, small arms fire, Ding Tuong Province

Bentley, Boris Roman Benjamin

Panel 24E - Row 070

San Francisco, CA

17 May 1945

3 Aug 1967

Sgt

General Vehicle Repairman

Hostile killed, killed out right, Explosive device

Blowers, Richard Lyle

Panel 14W - Row 037

Los Angeles, CA

21 Apr 1950

16 Jan 1970

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, other weapons

Brannon, Clayton Charles

Panel 48W - Row 023

Freeport, FL

31 Oct 1942

16 Aug 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Non-hostile dead, died of wounds, other weapons

Carrico, Clyde R "Blondie"

Panel 15W - Row 071

Orofino, ID

15 Aug 1948

19 Dec 1969

Sgt

Infantry Indirect Fire Crewman

Non-hostile dead, died out right, mines.  Possibly killed by his own claymore mine.

Chambers, James Thomas

Panel 38E - Row 023

Georgetown, TX

9 Mar 1947

8 Feb 1968

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, multiple fragmentation wounds.

Cordeau, Edward

Panel 43E - Row 042

Minnesota

1947

7 Mar 1968

Sgt

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, rockets

Cromer, Roger G.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Davison, Jackie Lee

Panel 29W - Row 074

Pueblo, CO

5 Aug 1949

19 Mar 1969

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, died out right, small arms fire

Evans, Harold D.

 

Michigan

 

1980's

 

 

Info from Al Herrera

Flohr, George Jr.

Panel 41W - Row 011

Huntington Park, CA

9 Mar 1948

5 Oct 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, mines

Flores, Richard Javier

Panel 58E - Row 007

Hanford, CA

15 Aug 1948

10 May 1968

Corporal

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, other weapons

Garner, Larry Arthur

Panel 24E - Row 051

Mulkeytown, IL

19 Feb 1939

30 Jul 1967

1st Lt

Infantry Unit Commander

Hostile killed, killed out right, Buried at Golden Gate National Cemetery on 7 Aug 1967

Garrett, Ernest William

Panel 55W - Row 027

Hiawassee, GA

25 Apr 1947

24 Jun 1968

Sgt

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, small arms fire

Golon, Wayne Leonard

Panel 37E - Row 35

Bergenfield, NJ

26 Aug 1944

5 Feb 1968

Corporal

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, casualty Is Result Of Burns

Goldenstein, Gregory K.

 

Minnesota

11 Dec 1948

18 May 1971

PFC

 

Perished in an auto accident at Crow Wing, MN.  Info from Ron Mackedanz,Doug Ludlow, and the Minnesota Death Index.

Grundy, Harold Roger

 

Bath, Maine

25 Aug 1949

31 Jul 1970

Spec 4

 

Died at Portland, ME in an auto accident.  Info from Doug Ludlow and the Maine Death Index.

Hamilton, Charles Gary

Panel 26E - Row 025

Slaterville, NY

3 Jan 1947

7 Sep 1967

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed,

Hatterman, Curtis L.

 

Enid, OK

28 Jan 1946

14 Dec 2005

 

 

Info from Social Security Death Index. Click here for obituary.

Herrera, Manuelito Leopold

Panel 41E - Row 021

Manassa, CO

13 Aug 1945

25 Feb 1968

Corporal

Infantry Indirect Fire Crewman

Hostile killed, casualty Is Result Of Burns

Hirschler, Ralph Dean Jr.

Panel 44E - Row 017

Lamar, CO

9 Jun 1946

11 Mar 1968

Corporal

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, not booby trap connected, other weapons

Hogan, Kraig Sewell

Panel 43E - Row 044

Sunnyvale, CA

19 Apr 1948

7 Mar 1968

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, Not Booby Trap Connected, other Weapons

Hughes, Gordon Kay

Panel 41E - Row 022

Upper Sandusky, OH

25 Feb 1946

25 Feb 1968

2nd Lt.

Infantry Unit Commander

Hostile killed, small arms fire

Hunt, Martin Mosher

Panel 24E - Row 028

Menlo Park, CA

29 Sep 1946

29 Jul 1967

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, small arms fire

Jackson, Lawrence

Panel 54W - Row 003

Houston, TX

14 Feb 1949

26 Jun 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, died of wounds, small arms fire

Johnson, Stanley O

Panel 41E - Row 022

Cincinnati, OH

12 Aug 1946

25 Feb 1968

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, small arms fire

Kosar, Richard Dennis

Panel 58E - Row 010

Park Ridge, IL

13 Jul 1947

10 May 1968

Sgt

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, small arms fire

Krupinski, Frederick Joseph

Panel 50W - Row 024

Jersey City, NJ

19 Jan 1945

28 Jul 1968

Sgt

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, died of wounds, other weapons

Lafferty, John Arthur

Panel 55W - Row 029

New York, NY

20 Aug 1941

24 Jun 1968

Sgt

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, small arms fire

Lamparek, Robert Louis

 

Racine, WI

25 Nov 1948

3 Oct 2001

Sgt

 

Info from Social Security Death Index. Buried at the West Lawn Memorial Park, Racine, WI.

Leo, Theodore Thomas

Panel 43E - Row 046

New York, NY

13 Jan 1949

7 Mar 1969

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, not booby trap connected, other weapons

Lewis, Leslie Ross

Panel 41E - Row 024

Chicago, IL

28 Feb 1945

25 Feb 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, small arms fire

Martin, Thomas Charles

Panel 42W - Row 048

 

 

30 Sep 1968

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, mines

Martin, William George

Panel 41W - Row 060

Titusville, FL

16 Mar 1948

13 Oct 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, died of wounds, intentional homicide

McCoullough, Ben Jr.

Panel 43E - Row 047

Wartrace, TN

6 Jul 1947

7 Mar 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, mines

McDaniel, Richard Byers

Panel 41E - Row 025

San Mateo, CA

25 Mar 1949

25 Feb 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, Multi-Fragment Wounds

Mikkelson, Daniel

 

Antigo, WI

20 Oct 1948

Jan 1979

 

 

Info from Social Security Death Index.

Miller, Allen Robert

Panel 28W - Row 026

Edmeston, NY

10 Oct 1947

24 Mar 1969

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, not booby trap connected, other weapons, Binh Duong Province

Morledge, William Ralph

Panel 43W - Row 048

Emmett, ID

24 Feb 1948

20 Sep 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Non-Hostile killed, killed out right, Not Booby Trap Connected, Other Weapons

Moon, Jr, Theodore Edward

Panel 28W - Line 070

South Orange, NJ

27 Aug 1949

28 Mar 1969

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile, Died Other Explosive Device - Ground Casualty

Mosbach, Michael P.

Panel 25E - Row 034

New York, NY

5 May 1943

23 Aug 1967

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, died of wounds, small arms fire.  Buried at Long Island National Cemetery on 31 Aug 1967.

Newsome, William Lester

Panel 41E - Row 026

New Rochelle, NY

4 Feb 1946

25 Feb 1968

PFC

Heavy Vehicle Driver

Hostile killed, small arms fire

Norman, Gary Leslie

Panel 32E - Row 026

Erie, PA

14 Mar 1945

19 Dec 1967

Corporal

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, artillery or rocket

Norwood, Hugh

Panel 24E - Row 037

Orange, TX

1 Sep 1946

29 Jul 1967

Sgt

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, small arms fire

Oliver, Gary Lee

Panel 42E - Row 022

Ashland City, TN

17 Dec 1948

1 Mar 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile died of wounds - multi-fragment wounds

Pedrick, Charles C. II

Panel 55W - Row 030

Alameda, CA

30 May 1946

24 Jun 1968

Corporal

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, small arms fire , Buried at San Francisco National Cemetery on 5 Jul 1968,

Poitrow, Emery Norman

Panel 49E - Row 005

Ashland, ME

26 Jan 1931

9 Apr 1968

S Sgt

General Vehicle Repairman

Non-hostile dead, died of illness

Reed, Willie

Panel 30E - Row 018

Prichard, AL

15 Jul 1943

18 Nov 1967

Sgt

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile Dead, killed out right, assault by human without weapon, non-drug poisoning.  Buried at Mobile National Cemetery on 28 Nov 1967.

Rhamy, Raymond Dale

Panel 22E - Row 063

Cushing, OK

12 Jul 1947

25 Jun 1967

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile Dead, killed out right, drowning

Richards, Charles

 

New Hampshire

28 Nov 1948

18 Sep 2006

 

 

Info from the Social Security Death Index and the Richards family.

Sanchez, Reynaldo Ayala

Panel 51E - Line 030

Big Spring, TX

19 Nov 1943

22 Apr 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile, Died Multiple Fragmentation Wounds - Ground Casualty

Scarborough, Edmond Bagwel

Panel 58E - Row 015

Belle Haven, VA

7 Jul 1940

10 May 1968

Captain

Infantry Unit Commander

Hostile Dead, killed out right, not boody trap connected, other weapons

Sheahan, Michael David

Panel 41E - Row 029

Tujunga, CA

3 Apr 1949

25 Feb 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, not booby trap connected, artillery or rocket

Singleton, Edward Jr.

Panel 41E - Row 029

Baltimore, MD

8 Jun 1941

25 Feb 1968

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, not booby trap connected, artillery or rocket

Sintoni, Joseph Eugene

Panel 46E - Row 050

Sagamore, MA

12 Nov 1945

27 Mar 1968

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, booby trap connected explosive device

Skelton, Paul Darrell II

Panel 20E - Row 124

Waco, TX

8 Apr 1946

26 May 1967

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, multi-fragment wounds

Stanfill, Gary K.

 

Festus, MO

13 Sep 1948

24 Sep 2002

PFC

 

Info from Social Security Death Index and Doug Ludlow.  Died from agent orange related kidney cancer.

Stein, Armond J. Jr.

Panel 60E - Row 003

Donaldsonville, LA

1 Sep 1947

13 May 1968

Corporal

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile Dead, killed out right,multi-fragment wounds

Stone, Harmon S. Jr.

Panel 30E - Row 020

Oregon, IL

22 May 1947

18 Nov 1967

Corporal

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile Dead, killed out right,multi-fragment wounds

Stoval, Charles Allen

Panel 39E - Row 040

Gadsden, AL

16 Nov 1947

14 Feb 1968

Corporal

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile Dead, killed out right,multi-fragment wounds

Stroomer, Ronald Lee

Panel 34E - Row 062

Auburn, WA

13 Jun 1945

17 Jan 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, died of wounds, small arms fire

Tessaro, Michael John

Panel 35W - Row 061

Edwardsville, IL

6 Jan 1945

9 Jan 1969

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, small arms fire

Thompson, Neil Stewart

Panel 42E - Row 042

Warren, MI

23 Apr 1947

2 Mar 1968

Corporal

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, artillery or rocket

Thompson, Walter Lee

Panel 42E - Row 025

Fresno, CA

25 Jun 1946

1 Mar 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, artillery or rocket

Torres, Robert

Panel 37E - Row 046

Philadelphia, PA

14 Mar 1947

4 Feb 1968

Sgt

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, small arms fire.  Buried at the Puerto Rico National Cemetery on 24 Feb 1968.

Tousey, Gearwin Phillip

Panel 41E - Row 027

Green Bay, WI

12 Oct 1944

25 Feb 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile Dead, multi-fragment wounds

Uhler, Chuck

 

Endicott, NY

24 Feb 1947

May 1984

 

 

Info from Social Security Death Index.

Van Houten, Thomas Edward

Panel 14E - Row 075

Nutley, NJ

15 Feb 1947

24 Jan 1967

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Non hostile, accidental homicide

Vieras, Jose Louis

Panel 58E - Row 017

San Jose, CA

24 Dec 1947

10 May 1968

Corporal

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, small arms fire.  Buried at the Golden Gate National Cemetery on 31 May 1968.

Watkins, Kenneth F.

 

Shreveport, LA

7 Jun 1948

25 Jul 2006

 

 

 

Wilkins, Randolph Recardo

Panel 58E - Row 017

Camden, NJ

8 Oct 1948

10 May 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

 

Williams, Frederick Thomas

Panel 41E - Row 033

New York, NY

11 Mar 1947

25 Feb 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

 

Wilson, Lewis B.

Panel 43E - Row 050

South Dakota

1947

7 Mar 1968

PFC

Light Weapons Infantry

Not booby trap connected.  Hostile death, died while missing in action

Wojahn, Arthur Edward

Panel 18W - Row 045

LaCrosse, WI

3 Jul 1948

5 Sep 1969

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, killed out right, Binh Long Province

Zeller, Michael Charles

Panel 41E - Row 034

Wamengo, KS

2 Sep 1947

25 Feb 1968

Spec 4

Light Weapons Infantry

Hostile killed, casualty is result of burns

Zimmer, Michael A.

 

Florida

22 Jan 1949

15 Feb 1999

 

 

Info from Social Security Death Index and Dennis Stockley. Buried at the Florida National Cemetery.

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