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Directory of Names. Washington, D.C.: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, 1984. (FHL book 973 M2vv.) (only available for viewing online in the Family History Library) Arranged chronologically by the date the death was reported. The directory gives name, rank, branch of service, birth date, death date, city and state of residence, whether missing in ...


Vietnam Veterans Names By State That's well over 2 1/2 million names. Over 3 million names, ifcounting the men that served in nearby Thailand and borderingnations during the war (Thailand was one of the homes for the B-52Bombers).


This article is a list of US MIAs of the Vietnam War in the period 1961–1965. In 1973, the United States listed 2,646 Americans as unaccounted for from the entire Vietnam War. By July 2019, 1,587 Americans remained unaccounted for, of which 1,009 were classified as further pursuit, 488 as no further pursuit and 90 as deferred.


(Vietnam veterans are dying at about the same rate as their WW2 fathers.) Since 1988 The War Library has been working to verify the names of all Americans who served in Vietnam, or were authorized the Vietnam War Service Medal .


- U.S. MILITARY CASUALTIES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA - - DEATHS BY STATE HOME OF RECORD --AS OF MARCH 31, 1997-Since 1997 93 names have been added to the memorial that are not show in the stats below.


Navigate to the website’s Search page to find details about an American who died during the war. Simply fill in the boxes that you know (Name, Rank, Home State, Birthday, Age etc.) and click the “Start Search” button. The website will take you to a new page where you can review the list of names that match your search.


State V'nam Dead Deaths Per 100000 Pop; Alabama 1205 34.9; Alaska 57 18.8 Arizona 622 35.0 Arkansas 589 30.6 California 5572 27.9 Colorado 620 28.0 Connecticut 611 20.1


The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, website, will list name, rank, home state, branch of service, and age. How can a person find discharge dates for veterans of the Vietnam War? Recommend ...


85% of Vietnam Veterans made a successful transition to civilian life. Vietnam veterans' personal income exceeds that of our non-veteran age group by more than 18 percent. Vietnam veterans have a lower unemployment rate than our non-vet age group. 87% of the American people hold Vietnam Vets in high esteem.


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