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199th Infantry Brigade

199th Infantry Brigade, Order of Battle in Vietnam.

The Redcatchers

Infantry
- 2d Battalion, 3d Infantry
- 3d Battalion, 7th Infantry
- 4th Battalion, 12th Infantry
- 5th Battalion, 12th Infantry

Artillery
- 2nd Battalion, 40th Artillery

Recon
- Troop D, 17th Cavalry (Armored)
- Company F, 51st Infantry (Long Range Patrol)
- Company M, 75th Infantry (Ranger)(Airborne)

Support
- 7th Support Battalion
- 179th Military Intelligence Detachment
- 87th Engineer Company
- 313th Signal Company
- 152nd Military Police Platoon
- 44th military history detachment
- 503rd Chemical Detachment
- 856th Radio Research Detachment (Army Security Agency)
- 40th Public Information Detachment

Attached Units - 49th Infantry Platoon (Scout Dog)
- 76th Infantry Detachment (Combat Tracker)
- 3rd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment

199th Infantry Brigade Vietnam Missing in Action

There are 9 soldiers of the 199th Infantry Brigade Vietnam still listed as missing in action.

Staff Sergeant John E. Conger 7th Infantry Regiment 01/27/1969
Sergeant Dallas A. Driver 12th Infantry Regiment 10/09/1969
Sergeant Jimmy R. Garbett 12th Infantry Regiment 10/09/1969
Private Glenn V. Gardner 12th Infantry Regiment 11/25/1966
Specialist 4 Richard E. Lomax 7th Infantry Regiment 03/26/1968
Sergeant Raymond G. Moore 12th Infantry Regiment 10/09/1969
Private First Class John W. Roberson 12th Infantry Regiment 06/22/1969
Sergeant James L. Suydam 12th Infantry Regiment 10/09/1969
Private First Class William D. Thornton 3rd Infantry Regiment 01/28/1968

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