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This page is in remembrance of the men and women who gave there all for our feedom, and to the ones still missing in Vietnam, And the vets still alive, thank you and my prayers go out to them.God Bless You All.
Name:Willard Edward Nelson
Home of Record: Walnut Creek
State: CA
D.O.B: Saturday, October 16, 1948
Military: Marine Corps
Rank: LCPL
MOC: 0311
Start of Tour: Thursday, August 17,1967
Date of Casualty: Tuesday,January 30,1968
Age At Time of Loss: 19
Casualty Type: (A1)Hostile,died
Reason:Small arms fire(ground casualty)
Country: South Vietnam
Province: Qaung Nam
The Wall Coordinates: Panel 35E- Row 077
This Emblem Shines For My Great Uncle, Willard Edward Nelson.
He is Greatly Missed By His Family, But Most Of All His Mother, Florence Nelson.
Name:James Henry Mclean
Rank/Branch: E4/US Army
Unit: Medic Team 88, MAC-V
D.O.B: 16 June 1944
Home City of Record: Los Angeles,CA
Date of Loss: 09 Febuary 1965
Country of Loss: South Vietnam
Loss Coordinates: 114847N 1071522E
Status(in 1973): Prisoner of War
Category: 1
Aircraft/Vehicle/Ground: Ground
Other Personnel in Incident: (None Missing)
SP4 James H. McLean was a medic assigned to Advisory Team 88,MAC-V, serving with a South Vietnamese Regional forces unit at Duc Phong, Phuoc Long Province, Republic of Vietnam. On Febuary 9, 1965, at about midnight, Duc Phong came under attack and was seized by the Viet Cong.The Following day, an ARVN unit was inserted into the area, and learned that an American had been observed being held captive in the vicinity of Duc Phong. Enemy fire drove observing helicopters away. By mid-aternoon on Febuary 10, the ARVN unit that had been inserted had recaptured the camp and recovered the remains of 3 American Advisors. As none of them was McLean, it was determined that the captured American was McLean. Several released and escaped South Vietnamese captured in the same incident or held in Various camps with McLean later reported that SP4 McLean had been captured uninjured. He was last seen alive in late 1966, having been detained all this time in camps in Northern Phuoc Long Province. Although one of the released POW's stated that he had seen McLean sick and never saw him again, McLean's name never appeared on lists provided which named those who died in captivity. He was not released in 1973 in the general prisoner release.
VIETNAM, you captured James McLean. You held him as a Prisoner of War. Where the HELL is James McLean???
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