Data Tracker

Details for all Sacramento-area soldiers killed during Vietnam War

By Phillip Reese and Pete Basofin - preese@sacbee.com

Sacramento County

Army Pfc. Donald Paul Abbie, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device Sept. 12, 1968, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Abbie never married. He served as infantryman with 1 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. John Michael Acosta, 20, of Sacramento died of wounds from an explosive device Jan. 21, 1968, in Pleiku, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Acosta never married. He served as fire support specialist with 1 Field Force. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Robert Douglas Anderson, 20, of Carmichael was killed in action as a crew member in a helicopter crash Sept. 29, 1967, in Offshore, South Vietnam. A Lutheran, Anderson never married. He served as utility helicopter repairer with 161 Aslt Helo Co 14 Avn Bn Amer Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Hugo Araux Gaytan, 20, of Sacramento died in an accident as a crew member in a helicopter crash Oct. 13, 1971, in, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Gaytan never married. He served as medical specialist with Us Army Rep Of Vietnam. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Kenneth Jacob Arent, 23, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Nov. 2, 1967, in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Arent was married. He served as military police with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Kenneth Eugene Aznoe, 19, of Sacramento died of wounds from burns or smoke inhalation April 22, 1970, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Aznoe never married. He served as armor crewman with 11 Armored Cav. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Donald Keith Bakkie, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire May 12, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Bakkie never married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 5 Christopher Delbert Bangs, 22, of Carmichael was killed in action from small-arms fire April 2, 1969, in Kien Hoa, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Bangs never married. He served as watercraft operator with 9 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Gary Nolan Bass, 24, of Sacramento died in an accident from a vehicle crash July 25, 1966, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Bass never married. He served as combat engineer with D Co 7 Eng Bn 3 Mardiv. His remains were recovered.

Army Warrant Officer 1 Ronnie Herbert Beals, 24, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes Dec. 29, 1967, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Beals was married. He served as helicopter pilot, utility and light cargo single rotor with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. James Allen Belveal, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade Nov. 19, 1967, in, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Belveal was married. He served as infantryman with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Philip Mark Bennett, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade May 12, 1970, in, Cambodia. A Baptist, Bennett never married. He served as medical equipment repairer with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Karl Robert Berbert, 25, of Sacramento died in an accident in an accident April 5, 1971, in Unknown, South Vietnam. A Mormon, Berbert never married. He served as signalman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Michael Archie Blakey, 19, of North Highlands died of wounds from artillery Jan. 14, 1969, in Dinh Tuong, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Blakey never married. He served as military police with 9 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Jerry Keith Bobbitt, 19, of Citrus Heights died in an accident in an accident April 1, 1971, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Bobbitt was married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Houston Jr Box, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes Jan. 2, 1968, in Tay Ninh, South Vietnam. A Methodist, Box was married. He served as heavy anti-armor weapons infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 James Gregory Brady, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action as a crew member in a helicopter crash Nov. 27, 1968, in Tay Ninh, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Brady never married. He served as utility helicopter repairer with 1 Avn Bde. His remains were recovered.

Marine Cpl. James Richard Brink, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Dec. 14, 1966, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Brink never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. John Gilbert Broadbeck, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire April 26, 1967, in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Broadbeck never married. He served as field artillery basic with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. George Henry Brewer, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device Oct. 7, 1968, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Brewer never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Randolph Jr Brown, 21, of North Highlands was killed in action from small-arms fire Feb. 12, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Brown never married. He served as field radio operator with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 David Leroy Butler, 21, of Sacramento died in an accident from a vehicle crash Jan. 15, 1971, in Phong Dinh, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Butler never married. He served as medium helicopter repairer with 1 Avn Bde. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Edward Wayne Butler, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes July 22, 1966, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Butler never married. He served as machinegunner with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Cpl. Larry b Buzzard, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Aug. 3, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Buzzard was married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army 1st Lt. Robert Scott Byrnes, 23, of Carmichael was killed in action from a grenade Feb. 9, 1968, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Byrnes was married. He served as field artillery unit commander with 196 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Edward Carrola, 23, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Nov. 13, 1966, in, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Carrola never married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Thomas James Carter, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes Nov. 11, 1967, in Kontum, South Vietnam. A Episcopalian, Carter never married. He served as infantryman with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Stephen Forrest Chute, 18, of Carmichael was killed in action from artillery May 18, 1968, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Chute never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Robert Owen Cole, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire March 29, 1969, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Cole never married. He served as indirect fire infantryman with 11 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Terry Lewis Conley, 24, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade June 16, 1967, in Hua Nghia, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Conley was married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Cpl. Donald Ray Cooper, 24, of Carmichael was killed in action from an explosive device April 8, 1969, in Hua Nghia, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Cooper never married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Michael Milton Cox, 20, of Sacramento died in an accident as a crew member in a helicopter crash Sept. 3, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Cox never married. He served as aircraft maintenance apprentice with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Johnny Manuel Cruz, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire May 22, 1969, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Cruz never married. He served as infantryman with Americal Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Thomas James Daniels, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade Sept. 17, 1967, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Methodist, Daniels never married. He served as medical specialist with C Co 2 Bn 34 Arm 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Charles Edward Davis, 20, of Galt died of wounds from a grenade Jan. 19, 1968, in Tay Ninh, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Davis never married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Cpl. Danny Craig Davis, 20, of Rio Linda was killed in action from an explosive device Feb. 10, 1970, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Davis was married. He served as infantryman with 196 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Blair Edward Dennis, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade March 22, 1967, in Pleiku, South Vietnam. A Lutheran, Dennis never married. He served as infantryman with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Michael Jean Dugas, 18, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Aug. 22, 1969, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Dugas never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Sgt. Gene Jr Ellis, 20, of Sacramento died in an accident in an accident Aug. 16, 1967, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Ellis never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. James Oliver Ellsworth, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire June 5, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Ellsworth never married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Kenneth Richard Endsley, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire June 2, 1967, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Endsley never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Marshall Colin Farley, 20, of Folsom was killed in action from a grenade Sept. 19, 1967, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Farley never married. He served as infantryman with 196 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. David Levant Felt, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes Aug. 17, 1965, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Felt never married. He served as field artillery cannoneer with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Albert Jr Files, 25, of Sacramento was killed in action as a passenger in an aircraft crash March 25, 1967, in Tay Ninh, South Vietnam. A Seventh Day Adventist, Files never married. He served as an unknown occupation with Special Forces. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Carl David Flower, 21, of Rio Linda was killed in action from small-arms fire May 31, 1967, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Flower never married. He served as indirect fire infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pvt. Terence j Folsom, 20, of Rancho Cordova was killed in action from small-arms fire Jan. 23, 1970, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Folsom was married. He served as infantryman with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Robert Lee Foster, 23, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade May 17, 1966, in, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Foster was married. He served as indirect fire infantryman with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Platoon Sgt. Daniel Charles Fowler, 29, of Citrus Heights was killed in action from small-arms fire April 28, 1967, in Pleiku, South Vietnam. A Lutheran, Fowler was married. He served as an unknown occupation with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Thomas Jr Fox, 19, of Sacramento died of wounds from an explosive device May 9, 1970, in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Fox never married. He served as field artillery basic with 198 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Herbert Ernest Frenzell, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Jan. 21, 1967, in Binh Thuy, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Frenzell never married. He served as infantryman with 199 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Stephen Michael Fry, 19, of Citrus Heights was killed in action from small-arms fire April 12, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Fry never married. He served as machinegunner with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Robert Ernest Gaftunik, 20, of Sacramento died of wounds from small-arms fire Aug. 25, 1969, in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam. A Lutheran, Gaftunik never married. He served as infantryman with 173 Airborne Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Steven John Gaftunik, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade March 27, 1968, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Gaftunik never married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Michael Anthony Gilson, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire March 4, 1966, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Gilson never married. He served as wireman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Manuel Louis Gines, 21, of Sacramento died in an accident in an accident June 1, 1968, in Long Khanh, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Gines never married. He served as firefighter with Hq Co 31 Eng Bn 34 Eng Grp 20 Eng Bde. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Donald Robert Glass, 20, of Citrus Heights was killed in action from an explosive device March 28, 1969, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Glass never married. He served as assaultman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army 2nd Lt. James r Godwin, 26, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Feb. 3, 1968, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Godwin was married. He served as infantry unit commander with 1 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. David Robert Goodine, 19, of Sacramento died in an accident in an accident Oct. 16, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Goodine never married. He served as assaultman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Larrie Jack Gotcher, 22, of Citrus Heights was killed in action from an explosive device March 22, 1968, in Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Gotcher never married. He served as indirect fire infantryman with 199 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Roy Wayne Graham, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade May 20, 1969, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Graham was married. He served as infantryman with 198 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 John Henry Gruber, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action as a crew member in a helicopter crash May 23, 1971, in Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Gruber never married. He served as utility helicopter repairer with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Ralph Guarienti, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device Nov. 12, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Guarienti was married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Craig Louis Hagen, 24, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes June 10, 1965, in Phuoc Long, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Hagen was married. He served as heavy anti-armor weapons infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were not recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. David Lewis Harty, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire April 26, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. It was his birthday. A Protestant, Harty never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Sgt. Charles Wesley Haskell, 25, of Sacramento was killed in action from artillery May 22, 1968, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Haskell never married. He served as field artillery operations man with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Robert Charles Hein, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire April 15, 1971, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Hein never married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Cpl. Wayne Douglas Heintz, 22, of Elk Grove died of wounds from small-arms fire June 10, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Methodist, Heintz never married. He served as infantryman with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pvt. John Michael Henson, 20, of Sacramento died in an accident in an accident May 9, 1969, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Henson never married. He served as cook with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Sgt. Richard Ronald Herchkorn, 25, of Walnut Grove died of wounds from an explosive device Feb. 28, 1966, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Herchkorn never married. He served as field artillery cannoneer with I Btry 3 Bn 11 Mar 3 Mardiv. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Robert Jay Hess, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from drowning April 18, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Lutheran, Hess never married. He served as military police with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Staff Sgt. Grant Hamly Highsmith, 28, of Sacramento died in an accident in an accident Dec. 14, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Highsmith was married. He served as infantry unit leader with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Fredrick Jean Hoffman, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Oct. 5, 1967, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Hoffman never married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. James Shelton Hollis, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Dec. 22, 1966, in, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Hollis never married. He served as indirect fire infantryman with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Pvt. Jerry Lee Houser, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes May 21, 1967, in Long Khanh, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Houser was married. He served as an unknown occupation with 11 Armored Cav. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Thomas James Huckaba, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire April 10, 1969, in Tay Ninh, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Huckaba was married. He served as medical equipment repairer with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Air Force 1st Lt. Leonard Paul Hudson, 26, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes Nov. 19, 1964, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Hudson never married. He served as an unknown occupation with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Gerald Iii Hunsbarger, 19, of Sacramento died in an accident in an accident June 2, 1966, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Hunsbarger never married. He served as rifleman with I Co 3 Bn 1 Mar. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Charles Robert James, 20, of Citrus Heights was killed in action from small-arms fire Feb. 19, 1969, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, James never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Kenneth Vern Jensen, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire April 13, 1969, in Tay Ninh, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Jensen never married. He served as armor crewman with 11 Armored Cav. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Paul Robert Jordan, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Jan. 24, 1969, in Kontum, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Jordan never married. He served as infantryman with 173 Airborne Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Robert Jr Johnson, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire April 29, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Johnson never married. He served as light wheel vehicle mechanic with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Richard J Johnston, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire June 22, 1967, in Kontum, South Vietnam. A Methodist, Johnston never married. He served as infantryman with 173 Airborne Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Michael Arnold Joseph, 24, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire May 30, 1968, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Joseph never married. He served as infantryman with Special Forces. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Terry Leroy Joslin, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Dec. 26, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Joslin was married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Jack Harlan Kamrath, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade May 12, 1968, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Kamrath was married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Lawrence Lee Keister, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Jan. 26, 1969, in Binh Thuan, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Keister never married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Cpl. James Iii Kelly, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire March 24, 1967, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Kelly was married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Martin John Kerby, 25, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade Aug. 5, 1969, in Hua Nghia, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Kerby was married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Michael Kenneth Klein, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device Oct. 20, 1968, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Methodist, Klein never married. He served as clerk-typist with 1 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Wilson Couch Koehler, 21, of Sacramento was a homicide victim from unknown causes Feb. 8, 1970, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Presbyterian, Koehler never married. He served as medical specialist with Special Forces. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 5 Kenneth Eugene Kotyluk, 20, of Sacramento died of wounds from small-arms fire April 24, 1968, in Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Kotyluk never married. He served as medical specialist with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Air Force Tech. Sgt. James Charles Krouse, 36, of North Highlands was killed in action from unknown causes Oct. 3, 1967, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Krouse never married. He served as an unknown occupation with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Ralph Warren Kuchcinski, 24, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Sept. 16, 1968, in Tay Ninh, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Kuchcinski was married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Cpl. Dennis Eugene Lane, 19, of Wilton was killed in action from a grenade Feb. 25, 1968, in Dinh Tuong, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Lane never married. He served as pioneer with 9 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Dennis Ray Langrock, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Feb. 13, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Langrock never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Cpl. Melvin Charles Lapp, 20, of Sacramento died of wounds from a grenade Oct. 26, 1967, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Lapp never married. He served as infantryman with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Chevo Garcia Lara, 22, of North Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade Aug. 10, 1966, in, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Lara was married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Bobby Gene Lawrence, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade May 13, 1969, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Lawrence never married. He served as field artillery basic with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Navy Lt. Cmdr. Richard Lee Laws, 26, of Sacramento was killed in action as a crew member in an aircraft crash April 3, 1966, in, North Vietnam. A Protestant, Laws was married. He served as url pilot with Vf 24 Uss Hancock Cva 19. His remains were not recovered.

Army Pfc. Daniel w Lawson, 21, of North Highlands was killed in action from small-arms fire March 5, 1969, in Hua Nghia, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Lawson never married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Ronald Dean Layton, 18, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade June 6, 1969, in Tay Ninh, South Vietnam. A Pentecostal, Layton never married. He served as power generation equipment operator/mechanic with B Co 588 Eng Bn 79 Eng Grp 20 Eng Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Vincent Gene Lew, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade March 11, 1969, in Kontum, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Lew never married. He served as indirect fire infantryman with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Cpl. Douglas Edward Lohmeyer, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device May 17, 1969, in Dinh Tuong, South Vietnam. A Lutheran, Lohmeyer never married. He served as infantryman with 9 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Lupe Paul Lopez, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action as a crew member in a helicopter crash Dec. 29, 1967, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Lopez never married. He served as utility helicopter repairer with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Raul Losoya, 25, of Sacramento died in an accident in an accident Jan. 6, 1972, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Losoya never married. He served as indirect fire infantryman with 196 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Phillip Anthony Lotta, 18, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes Feb. 25, 1966, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Lotta never married. He served as rifleman with G Co 2 Bn 9 Mar. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Robert Warren Major, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device Aug. 14, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Major never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Rodney Dean Martinez, 20, of Galt died in an accident in an accident Dec. 2, 1967, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Martinez never married. He served as motor vehicle operator with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Roy Edward May, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action as a passenger in a helicopter crash Nov. 17, 1968, in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam. A Baptist, May never married. He served as infantryman with 173 Airborne Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Theodore Jr Mazon, 21, of Sacramento died in an accident from burns or smoke inhalation March 18, 1968, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Mazon never married. He served as field artillery basic with 11 Armored Cav. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Stephen Darrell Mazza, 19, of Carmichael was killed in action from a grenade Feb. 10, 1968, in Tay Ninh, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Mazza never married. He served as heavy construction equipment operator with Engineering Cmd. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Gary Lee Mccloud, 19, of Sacramento died in an accident in an accident Oct. 13, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Mccloud never married. He served as motor vehicle operator with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Navy Lt. Cmdr. Meril Jr Mccoy, 28, of North Sacramento died in an accident as a crew member in an aircraft crash Dec. 15, 1970, in, North Vietnam. A Protestant, Mccoy never married. He served as url pilot with Fltacsuppron 50. His remains were not recovered.

Marine Pfc. Kenneth Earl McFarland, 18, of Sacramento died of wounds from a grenade April 6, 1967, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Mcfarland never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Larry Dee McKinnon, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device June 30, 1967, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Mckinnon never married. He served as rifleman with D Co 1 Bn 9 Mar 3 Mardiv. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. James Paul Mclaughlin, 25, of Sacramento died of wounds from a grenade Sept. 25, 1967, in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Mclaughlin never married. He served as an unknown occupation with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 5 Larry Joe Meador, 21, of Carmichael was killed in action from an explosive device Aug. 3, 1970, in Long An, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Meador was married. He served as armor reconnaissance specialist with 9 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. George Frederick Meister, 19, of Rancho Cordova was killed in action from small-arms fire Sept. 10, 1967, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Meister never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. John Glenn Melchor, 19, of Sacramento died in an accident in an accident Sept. 19, 1970, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Melchor never married. He served as assaultman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Cpl. Russell Edward Metzger, 23, of North Highlands died of wounds from a grenade June 4, 1966, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Metzger never married. He served as rifleman with I Co 3 Bn 1 Mar 3 Mardiv. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 George Wesley Montgomery, 24, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes April 19, 1968, in Kontum, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Montgomery was married. He served as infantryman with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Capt. Charles Sargent Moore, 30, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes April 25, 1967, in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam. A Episcopalian, Moore was married. He served as air observation pilot with 1 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Larry Howard Morford, 21, of Carmichael was killed in action from small-arms fire Feb. 12, 1970, in Long Khanh, South Vietnam. A Mormon, Morford never married. He served as infantryman with 199 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Air Force Maj. Charles Elzy Morgan, 34, of Rancho Cordova was declared dead as a crew member in an aircraft crash July 6, 1966, in, North Vietnam. A Christian, Morgan was married. He served as electronic warfare officer with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. John Frederick Morris, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire March 11, 1969, in Kontum, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Morris never married. He served as infantryman with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Timothy Xavier Murphy, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade March 22, 1967, in Pleiku, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Murphy was married. He served as infantryman with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. John Edward Nelson, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from artillery April 13, 1968, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Nelson never married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Warrant Officer 1 Terrance William Nelson, 20, of Sacramento died in an accident as a crew member in a helicopter crash May 23, 1967, in, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Nelson never married. He served as helicopter pilot, utility and light cargo single rotor with 155 Avn Co 52 Avn Bn 17 Avn Grp 1 Avn Bde. His remains were recovered.

Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Gary Eugene Newby, 22, of Sacramento died in an accident in an accident at sea July 29, 1967, in, North Vietnam. A Protestant, Newby never married. He served as aviation electrician's mate with 7 Flt. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Erskine Jay Oliver, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device May 30, 1969, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Oliver never married. He served as machinegunner with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Duane Jr Paepke, 20, of Galt was killed in action from small-arms fire March 3, 1969, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Paepke never married. He served as infantryman with 11 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Michael Ransom Page, 18, of Sacramento was killed in action as a passenger in a helicopter crash Sept. 21, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Page never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Cpl. Edmund Lawrence Palczewski, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Nov. 3, 1967, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Palczewski never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. David Leslie Palmer, 20, of North Highlands was killed in action from an explosive device May 12, 1970, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Seventh Day Adventist, Palmer never married. He served as field artillery basic with 11 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Marine Maj. Lionel Jr Parra, 30, of Sacramento was declared dead as a crew member in an aircraft crash July 17, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Parra was married. He served as electronic/warfare/airborne reconnaissance officer with Vmcj 1 Mag 11 1 Maw. His remains were not recovered.

Army Pfc. Richard Griffith Philbin, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Feb. 2, 1966, in, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Philbin never married. He served as armor reconnaissance specialist with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Thomas Charles Pigg, 21, of Carmichael died in an accident in an accident May 30, 1969, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Pigg never married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Roy Edward Pitts, 18, of North Highlands was killed in action from small-arms fire Feb. 17, 1969, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Pitts never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Gary Philip Rader, 20, of Sacramento died in an accident in an accident May 7, 1970, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Rader never married. He served as power generation equipment operator/mechanic with 1 Signal Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Cpl. Ronald James Revis, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device Jan. 23, 1971, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Jehovah's Witness, Revis was married. He served as infantryman with 198 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army 1st Lt. Kenneth Edward Ross, 25, of Sacramento died in an accident as a crew member in a helicopter crash May 1, 1969, in Dinh Tuong, South Vietnam. A Episcopalian, Ross was married. He served as an unknown occupation with 1 Avn Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Salvadore Iniguez Ruiz, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from artillery May 31, 1969, in Pleiku, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Ruiz never married. He served as medical specialist with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Ervin Lee Rush, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from artillery April 3, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Rush was married. He served as assaultman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Gregory Allen Russell, 20, of Rio Linda was killed in action from a grenade May 11, 1968, in Long An, South Vietnam. A Pentecostal, Russell was married. He served as indirect fire infantryman with 9 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Cpl. Ronald Royce Ryan, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action as a passenger in an aircraft crash March 6, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Ryan never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Joseph Santos, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from artillery Feb. 3, 1968, in Kontum, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Santos never married. He served as infantryman with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 James Edward Schlottman, 20, of Carmichael was killed in action from unknown causes Aug. 22, 1967, in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Schlottman never married. He served as infantryman with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. David Earl Schwartz, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device Dec. 6, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Schwartz never married. He served as assaultman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Staff Sgt. Guy Jr Shannon, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device March 31, 1971, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Shannon never married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Irving Albert Self, 29, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire May 19, 1964, in, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Self was married. He served as radio operator with Special Forces. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 David Jackson Sharp, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade July 7, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Christian, Sharp never married. He served as infantryman with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Pvt. James Jr Shaughnessy, 20, of Sacramento died of an illness from a heart-related condition Sept. 1, 1968, in, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Shaughnessy never married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. David Thomas Shields, 24, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device June 29, 1968, in Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Shields was married. He served as infantryman with 1 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Master Sgt. Jerry Michael Shriver, 27, of Sacramento was declared dead from unknown causes April 24, 1969, in, Cambodia. A person with no religious preference, Shriver never married. He served as infantryman with Special Forces. His remains were not recovered.

Marine 2nd Lt. Peter Lenhart Siller, 23, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Jan. 26, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Siller never married. He served as basic infantry officer with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Cpl. Jerry Lee Simmonds, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Aug. 25, 1968, in Long Khanh, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Simmonds never married. He served as rough terrain forklift and loader operator with 1 Logistic Cmd. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Robert Royce Sloppye, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action as a crew member in a helicopter crash Jan. 23, 1969, in Pleiku, South Vietnam. A Mormon, Sloppye never married. He served as utility helicopter repairer with 283 Med Det Usarv. His remains were recovered.

Marine Cpl. Michael Christopher Smartt, 20, of North Highlands died in an accident in an accident Dec. 31, 1972, in Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Smartt never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. John Calvin Smith, 19, of Sacramento died of wounds from an explosive device Aug. 13, 1966, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Smith never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Cpl. Robert Gene Smoot, 19, of Sacramento died of an illness from an infectious disease Jan. 5, 1968, in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Smoot never married. He served as an unknown occupation with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Bobby Clyde Snyder, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device Dec. 10, 1968, in Long An, South Vietnam. A Presbyterian, Snyder never married. He served as infantryman with 9 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Air Force Lt. Col. Boyd Edwin Squire, 36, of Sacramento was declared dead as a crew member in an aircraft crash July 12, 1967, in, North Vietnam. A Mormon, Squire was married. He served as an unknown occupation with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Stephen Joseph Stemac, 23, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Aug. 27, 1966, in, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Stemac never married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Dennis Ray Stewart, 23, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Dec. 4, 1971, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Stewart was married. He served as light wheel vehicle mechanic with 196 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army 1st Lt. Ernest James Stidham, 25, of Carmichael was killed in action from small-arms fire Dec. 22, 1968, in Tay Ninh, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Stidham never married. He served as infantry unit commander with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Tamadge Jr Stevens, 18, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire April 21, 1967, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Stevens never married. He served as mortarman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Francisco Jr Tamayo, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Dec. 6, 1966, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Tamayo never married. He served as assaultman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Cpl. Gary Teofilio Padilla, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action as a crew member in a helicopter crash March 3, 1971, in, Laos. A Catholic, Padilla never married. He served as aircraft maintenance apprentice with Americal Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Jeffry Ray Tharaldson, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from artillery April 7, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Tharaldson never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Robert Wayne Toreson, 19, of Sacramento died of wounds from a grenade April 17, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Toreson never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Tony  Trombetta, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device July 1, 1968, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Trombetta never married. He served as armor reconnaissance specialist with 11 Armored Cav. His remains were recovered.

Army 1st Lt. Stephen Renier Tubre, 24, of North Highlands died in an accident as a crew member in a helicopter crash Aug. 31, 1968, in Pleiku, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Tubre was married. He served as air observation pilot with 1 Avn Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Daniel Ray Twitty, 19, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade April 6, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Twitty never married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Ronald Allan Vilardo, 21, of Sacramento died in an accident as a passenger in an aircraft crash Oct. 8, 1967, in, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Vilardo never married. He served as ew/sigint morse interceptor with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Raymond Jr Villalpando, 21, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade June 2, 1968, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Villalpando never married. He served as infantryman with 199 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Steven Charles Vinter, 25, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire Aug. 23, 1968, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. It was his birthday. A Methodist, Vinter never married. He served as infantryman with 198 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Marvin Leroy Wagner, 23, of Elverta was killed in action as a crew member in a helicopter crash July 21, 1970, in Pleiku, South Vietnam. A Methodist, Wagner was married. He served as utility/observation helicopter pilot with 1 Avn Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Jackie Don Weatherly, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes June 19, 1967, in Gia Dinh, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Weatherly never married. He served as medical equipment repairer with 9 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Ernest Murral Weathersbee, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from a grenade Feb. 14, 1968, in Gia Dinh, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Weathersbee was married. He served as infantryman with 9 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Wallace Bruce Werner, 25, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device July 7, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Werner was married. He served as infantryman with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Warrant Officer 1 Stuart Arthur Werner, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes April 24, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A person with an unclassified religion, Werner was married. He served as helicopter pilot, utility and light cargo single rotor with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 James Goodwin Whaley, 22, of Sacramento died in an accident as a crew member in a helicopter crash Dec. 13, 1967, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Whaley never married. He served as infantryman with 198 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Loy Neal Whaley, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire June 7, 1968, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Whaley never married. He served as infantryman with 1 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Richard James Willett, 23, of Citrus Heights died of wounds from an explosive device Aug. 5, 1966, in, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Willett never married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army 2nd Lt. David George Williams, 22, of Sacramento died of wounds from small-arms fire Sept. 21, 1967, in Kien Hoa, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Williams never married. He served as an unknown occupation with 9 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Stanley Frank Wilton, 20, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device Nov. 16, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A person with an unclassified religion, Wilton was married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Larry James Woods, 20, of Rancho Cordova was killed in action as a crew member in a helicopter crash March 27, 1972, in Kontum, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Woods never married. He served as fixed wing pilot, single engine with 1 Avn Bde. His remains were recovered.

Marine 2nd Lt. Robert Edward Wright, 22, of Sacramento was killed in action from an explosive device Feb. 9, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Wright never married. He served as infantry officer (i) with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Alvie Clinton Wyatt, 21, of Walnut Grove was killed in action from artillery Jan. 11, 1967, in Unknown, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Wyatt was married. He served as petroleum storage specialist with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Samuel Walter Yates, 27, of Sacramento died of wounds from a grenade July 16, 1973, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Yates never married. He served as an unknown occupation with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Placer County

Army Warrant Officer 1 Daniel Edward Bishop, 26, of Newcastle was killed in action from unknown causes April 19, 1965, in, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Bishop never married. He served as helicopter pilot, utility and light cargo single rotor with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Edwin Ellis Blagdon, 18, of Auburn was killed in action from an explosive device Nov. 1, 1968, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Blagdon never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Air Force Maj. James Ervin Booth, 28, of Roseville was declared dead as a crew member in an aircraft crash June 23, 1968, in, North Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Booth was married. He served as pilot with 497 Tfs Ubon Ab. His remains were not recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Bruce Wayne Brace, 19, of Roseville was killed in action from a grenade March 30, 1970, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Brace never married. He served as assaultman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Marvin Jean Butterfield, 32, of Penryn died in an accident as a crew member in a helicopter crash Aug. 30, 1969, in Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. A Lutheran, Butterfield was married. He served as cargo helicopter pilot with 1 Avn Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Daniel Robert Flansaas, 20, of Loomis was killed in action from a grenade July 14, 1967, in Unknown, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Flansaas never married. He served as infantryman with 1 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Thomas James Harbour, 20, of Auburn was killed in action from small-arms fire June 2, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Harbour never married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Jack Marston Harris, 21, of Roseville was killed in action from small-arms fire May 15, 1967, in Long An, South Vietnam. A Presbyterian, Harris never married. He served as heavy anti-armor weapons infantryman with 199 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Rodney Dean Hill, 18, of Tahoe City was killed in action from small-arms fire Oct. 7, 1967, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A Lutheran, Hill never married. He served as an unknown occupation with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Gary Arthur Holsclaw, 19, of Loomis was killed in action from small-arms fire July 2, 1967, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Holsclaw never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine 1st Lt. Stanley Garwood Johnson, 25, of Applegate was killed in action as a crew member in a helicopter crash Dec. 3, 1965, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Johnson was married. He served as pilot hmh with Hmm 364 Mag 36 1 Maw Fmf. His remains were not recovered.

Navy Hospitalman Joe Franklin Kelley, 19, of Applegate was killed in action from small-arms fire Jan. 28, 1967, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Kelley never married. He served as hospital corpsman with 3 Bn 7 Mar. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. David Glenn King, 19, of Tahoe City was killed in action from small-arms fire Feb. 20, 1969, in Tay Ninh, South Vietnam. A Protestant, King was married. He served as infantryman with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Kenneth Howard Lamborn, 20, of Auburn was killed in action as a crew member in a helicopter crash June 9, 1970, in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Lamborn was married. He served as utility helicopter repairer with Us Army Rep Of Vietnam. His remains were recovered.

Army Capt. Robert Earle Mincey, 22, of Meadow Vista was killed in action from a grenade May 8, 1970, in, Cambodia. A Episcopalian, Mincey was married. He served as infantry unit commander with 4 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Mariano Jr Negranza, 18, of Roseville was killed in action from a grenade April 7, 1966, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Negranza never married. He served as rifleman with M Co 3 Bn 3 Mardiv. His remains were recovered.

Marine Gunnery Sgt. John Jr O’Connor, 42, of Roseville died of wounds from an explosive device Dec. 9, 1968, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Oconnor was married. He served as infantry unit leader with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 5 Danny Kaye Rich, 20, of Roseville was killed in action from artillery May 6, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Rich never married. He served as combat engineer with 11 Armored Cav. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Arthur Paul Roberson, 20, of Banning was killed in action from small-arms fire June 19, 1971, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Roberson never married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Navy Hospitalman Leslie Iii Royall, 21, of Roseville was killed in action from small-arms fire July 7, 1968, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Royall never married. He served as hospital corpsman with H Co 2 Bn 3 Mar 3 Mardiv. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Sander Chris Sanderson, 21, of Kings Beach was killed in action from a grenade Jan. 12, 1967, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Methodist, Sanderson never married. He served as infantryman with 11 Armored Cav. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Henry Morgan Starkey, 23, of Auburn was killed in action from a grenade Feb. 14, 1966, in, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Starkey never married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army 1st Lt. Richard Vickers Thompson, 21, of Auburn was killed in action from an explosive device Jan. 27, 1969, in Kien Hoa, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Thompson never married. He served as infantry unit commander with 9 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. 1st Class Paul Herman Villarosa, 39, of Lake Tahoe was killed in action from unknown causes Jan. 4, 1968, in, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Villarosa was married. He served as radio operator with Special Forces. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Robert Alan Yates, 19, of Roseville was killed in action from an explosive device Dec. 21, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Yates never married. He served as administrative man with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Yolo County

Marine Sgt. Gerald Levie Ackley, 20, of Dunnigan was killed in action from small-arms fire June 3, 1967, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Ackley never married. He served as assaultman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Richard Arias, 24, of West Sacramento died in an accident from a vehicle crash Jan. 28, 1969, in Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Arias never married. He served as light wheel vehicle mechanic with 199 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Robert Jr Barker, 19, of Esparto was killed in action from a grenade April 6, 1968, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Methodist, Barker never married. He served as pioneer with C Co 19 Eng Bn Usarv. His remains were recovered.

Army Capt. John Lawrence Barovetto, 28, of Davis was killed in action from unknown causes Jan. 7, 1968, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Barovetto never married. He served as armored reconnaissance unit commander with Americal Div. His remains were recovered.

Navy Seaman David Joseph Boyle, 18, of Woodland was killed in action in an accident at sea Feb. 14, 1966, in Offshore, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Boyle never married. He served as seaman with Mobile Riverine Force Tf 117 Sq 9 Aslt Div 92. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. George Dewey Brookshire, 19, of Woodland died in an accident in an accident Sept. 1, 1969, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Brookshire was married. He served as utility helicopter repairer with Americal Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Staff Sgt. Thomas Edward Bumgarner, 36, of West Sacramento died of wounds from small-arms fire May 14, 1969, in Pleiku, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Bumgarner was married. He served as air traffic control chief with 1 Avn Bde. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Peter Richard Carroll, 20, of Winters was killed in action from small-arms fire Jan. 15, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Carroll never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Christopher Casias, 19, of Woodland was killed in action from small-arms fire Feb. 23, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Casias never married. He served as infantryman with 198 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Charles Alex Coats, 18, of Broderick was killed in action from an explosive device Aug. 23, 1968, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Coats never married. He served as assaultman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Roger Dale Curtis, 20, of Winters was killed in action from a grenade April 23, 1969, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Curtis was married. He served as infantryman with 1 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 5 James Patrick Galvin, 23, of Davis died of an illness from an infectious disease Dec. 1, 1966, in, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Galvin never married. He served as indirect fire infantryman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Jerome Cecil Hadley, 20, of Brooks was killed in action from unknown causes Sept. 26, 1967, in Hua Nghia, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Hadley never married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Air Force Tech. Sgt. Donald Herman Klinke, 37, of West Sacramento was killed in action from unknown causes June 18, 1972, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Christian Scientist, Klinke was married. He served as an unknown occupation with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Dickie Jr Koell, 19, of West Sacramento was killed in action from small-arms fire March 16, 1969, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Koell was married. He served as assaultman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Arthur Fred Miramontes, 19, of Woodland was killed in action from small-arms fire Oct. 27, 1967, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Miramontes never married. He served as infantryman with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Staff Sgt. Billy Eugene Moore, 28, of Davis died in an accident in an accident Jan. 21, 1970, in Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Moore was married. He served as teletypwriter repairer with 1 Logistic Cmd. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 James Robert Nash, 21, of Davis was killed in action from a grenade April 14, 1968, in Gia Dinh, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Nash never married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Maj. Robert William O’Keefe, 31, of Davis was killed in action as a passenger in a helicopter crash June 19, 1969, in Phuoc Long, South Vietnam. A Catholic, O’Keefe was married. He served as infantry unit commander with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pvt. Thomas Louis Rossi, 18, of Woodland died in an accident in an accident Feb. 14, 1969, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Rossi never married. He served as postal clerk with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. James Jr Rowe, 21, of Davis was killed in action from small-arms fire June 29, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Rowe never married. He served as infantryman with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 James George Scott, 21, of Woodland died of an illness from a heart-related condition June 26, 1967, in, South Vietnam. A Christian, Scott never married. He served as combat engineer with D Co 14 Eng Bn 46 Eng Grp 18 Eng Bde. His remains were recovered.

Air Force Staff Sgt. William Charles Shinn, 21, of Woodland was killed in action from unknown causes Jan. 28, 1970, in, North Vietnam. A Methodist, Shinn never married. He served as an unknown occupation with 40 Aer Sq. His remains were not recovered.

Army Pfc. Robert Lee Stewart, 20, of Woodland was killed in action from small-arms fire May 16, 1968, in Gia Dinh, South Vietnam. A Presbyterian, Stewart never married. He served as indirect fire infantryman with 199 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 John Werner Tiderencel, 21, of Broderick was killed in action as a passenger in a helicopter crash April 23, 1969, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Tiderencel never married. He served as armor reconnaissance specialist with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Bradley Olen Tillinghast, 21, of Woodland was killed in action from a grenade July 12, 1967, in Long An, South Vietnam. A Baptist, Tillinghast never married. He served as infantryman with 9 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Franklin Ralph White, 24, of West Sacramento died of self-inflicted causes from unknown causes Oct. 6, 1963, in, South Vietnam. A Protestant, White never married. He served as an unknown occupation with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

El Dorado County

Navy Hospitalman Michael William Carey, 22, of Rescue was killed in action from small-arms fire May 26, 1967, in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Carey was married. He served as hospital corpsman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 5 Thomas Joel Davis, 20, of Placerville died in an accident as a passenger in a helicopter crash April 23, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Davis never married. He served as single-engine single-rotor helicopter repairman with 1 Cav Div Airmobile. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Lance Aaron Deroo, 19, of Coloma was killed in action from artillery April 5, 1970, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Deroo never married. He served as mortarman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Glen Otis Ervin, 21, of Placerville was killed in action from artillery Feb. 3, 1968, in Hua Nghia, South Vietnam. A Pentecostal, Ervin never married. He served as field artillery basic with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine 1st Lt. Gatlin Jerryl Howell, 31, of Coloma was killed in action from artillery July 7, 1967, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Howell was married. He served as an unknown occupation with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Chester Wilford Knight, 20, of Smith Flat was a homicide victim from unknown causes Oct. 24, 1966, in , South Vietnam. A Methodist, Knight was married. He served as infantryman with A Co 1 Bn 8 Inf. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Dennis Dale Kramer, 18, of Placerville was killed in action from small-arms fire May 18, 1967, in Quang Tri, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Kramer never married. He served as rifleman with B Co Blt 1/3. His remains were recovered.

Marine Lance Cpl. Morten Jr Lind, 20, of Placerville was killed in action from an explosive device May 12, 1969, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Lind never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 4 Gary Antone Meyer, 19, of Diamond Springs died in an accident in an accident July 22, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. A Catholic, Meyer never married. He served as infantryman with 101 Airborne Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Spec. 6 Leon Grover Nelson, 30, of Garden Valley died in an accident in an accident July 1, 1967, in , South Vietnam. A Protestant, Nelson was married. He served as explosive ordnance disposal specialist with 133 Ord Det 6 Ord Bn 1 Log Cmd. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Lavern Oren Oens, 20, of Placerville was killed in action from an explosive device Jan. 5, 1969, in Gia Dinh, South Vietnam. A person with no religious preference, Oens never married. He served as infantryman with 199 Light Inf Bde. His remains were recovered.

Army Pfc. Gerald Wayne Posten, 20, of Placerville died of wounds from an explosive device May 29, 1969, in Hua Nghia, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Posten never married. He served as infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Air Force Sgt. Robert W Ross, 20, of Cypress died in an accident as a passenger in a helicopter crash May 13, 1975, in , Thailand. A person with no religious preference, Ross was of an unknown marital status. He served as an unknown occupation with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

Army Staff Sgt. Paul Ray Setzer, 31, of Coloma was killed in action from an explosive device Feb. 4, 1966, in , South Vietnam. A Protestant, Setzer was married. He served as infantryman with 1 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Donald Ray Smith, 21, of Placerville was killed in action from an explosive device June 9, 1969, in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Smith never married. He served as armor reconnaissance specialist with 1 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Army Sgt. Frederick Joseph Williams, 22, of Rescue was killed in action from unknown causes June 15, 1967, in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. A Pentecostal, Williams never married. He served as heavy anti-armor weapons infantryman with 25 Inf Div. His remains were recovered.

Marine Pfc. Gary Paul Worrell, 18, of Placerville died of an illness from an infectious disease Jan. 20, 1967, in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. A Protestant, Worrell never married. He served as rifleman with an unknown unit. His remains were recovered.

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