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|Rank||Name||Casualty Date||Unit||Vietnam Memorial|
|SSGT||Bach, Lyman Conrad||June 2, 1969||Co A 1/8th||P23W41|
|SGT||Churchwell, Donald Walter||September 14, 1969||Co E 4/31st||P18W81|
|SGT||Ferguson, Benny Harold||July 2, 1969||Troop E 1 Cav||P21W44|
|SGT||Forney, Dennis Ray||June 20, 1969||Co A 3/7th||P22W96|
|SSGT||Garcia, Richard Calude||May 3, 1969||Co C 2/28th||P26W106|
|SP4||Queen, Cecil Wayne||May 12, 1969||Co A 1/2nd||P25W82|
|SSGT||Schoeben, Scott Douglas||April 12, 1969||Co B 2/47th||P27W67**|
|SSGT~||Welsh, Larry Don||January 7, 1969||Co C 3/22nd||P35W53**MIA|
Sadly, we lost him as a result of a small arms wound on January 27, 1969. We were inserted into a hot LZ in the Parrot's Beak area North of Tan An. It was a bad head wound. The firefight and mop up operation lasted over three days, although he was dusted off that afternoon. He finally died of this wound on June 20. We, of course, hoped against hope that he might have made it until we heard the bad news. He was a brave man and we missed him. I'm sure he would have become an excellent leader.
This info was submitted byJerry Lyons.