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173rd Airborne Brigade

  

Color Footage of the 173rd Airborne Brigade in Vietnam in May 1965. The 173rd was the first major Army component deployed to Vietnam and arrived 2 weeks before this footage was taken.


173rd Airborne Brigade Vietnam Missing in Action

There are 14 soldiers of the 173rd Airborne Brigade Vietnam still listed as missing in action.

Specialist 4 Jack L. Croxdale 503rd Infantry Regiment 11/19/1967
Private First Class Benjamin D. De Herrera 503rd Infantry Regiment 11/19/1967
Sergeant Donald Iandoli 503rd Infantry Regiment 11/19/1967
Specialist 4 Ismael Laureano-Lopez 503rd Infantry Regiment 02/20/1968
Sergeant First Class Charlie G. Lewis 16th Armored Battalion 05/17/1967
Staff Sergeant Jimmy M. Malone 503rd Infantry Regiment 05/04/1966
Private First Class Edwin J. Martinez-Mercado 503rd Infantry Regiment 11/11/1967
Staff Sergeant Timothy S. Owen 503rd Infantry Regiment 06/29/1968
Private First Class David R. Reynolds 503rd Infantry Regiment 11/21/1967
Private First Class Gary F. Shaw 319th Artillery Company 11/11/1967
Specialist 4 Robert M. Staton 173rd Engineer Airborne Company 11/11/1967
Private First Class Merritt Stoves 503rd Infantry Regiment 01/10/1967
Private First Class John S. Stuckey 503rd Infantry Regiment 11/11/1967
Private First Class Thomas C. Van Campen 503rd Infantry Regiment 06/24/1965

173rd Airborne Brigade Vietnam Recovered Missing in Action

There are 1 soldiers of the 173rd Airborne Brigade Vietnam that have been identified and recovered.

Specialist 4 Lawrence L. Aldrich 503rd Infantry Regiment Missing: 05/06/1968, Recovered: 4/4/2009

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