Flag-draped coffins of eight American Servicemen killed in attacks on U.S. military installations in South Vietnam, on February 7, are placed in transport plane at Saigon, February 9, 1965, for return flight to the United States. Funeral services were held at the Saigon Airport with U.S. Ambassador Maxwell D. Taylor and Vietnamese officials attending.
UH-34D (rear) and CH -37C USMC 1964. On August 18, 1969, the last Marine UH-34D in Vietnam was retired from HMM-362 at Phu Bai. During that period, enemy action and accidents downed 134 helicopters. Most of the twenty surviving CH-34 helicopters were turned over to the South Vietnamese during the course of the war, though a few were ultimately reclaimed by the Army prior to the final collapse of the Saigon government.
Virtual Vietnam Veterans Wall of Faces | DANIEL V BORAH JR | NAVY MIA 24 SEPT 1972 Quang Tri South Vietnam. His remains were recovered on June 10, 1996 and identified on April 18, 1997. His name is inscribed on the Courts of the Missing at the Honolulu Memorial.
(Matthew Carroll) Best Things To See In The USA (according to TripAdvisor): 19. Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington DC (The Vietnam Memorial runs alongside the National Mall with the Lincoln Memorial to the south. It was completed in 1982 and is made up of a wall which has the names of the honoured servicemen inscribed on it. The memorial is also home to a bronze statue of three servicemen and another memorial dedicated to the work of the women who served the United States.)