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  • Kia..hmm164

    The following are men that flew and died in Viet Nam from 1966 to 1967..HMM164..
    Names..
    Capt. Paul Looney 10May 1967
    Capt Gary Porter 20 June !967
    L/Cpl Leslie Englehart 20 June 1967..Lost at Sea
    L/Cpl E.R Byars 30 July 1967
    L/Cpl R.L. Biscailuz 30 July 1967
    1st Lt. Craig Waterman 30July 1967
    Capt David Frederick 30 July 1967
    Cpl T. A Gopp 3 Aug 1967
    L/Cpl Bauchiero 20 Aug 1967

    All severed our country with honor, God Bless them all.

    Robert Tremaine
    HMM164..

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    Both Capt. Porter and Capt. Looney flew in 'Nam with HMM-262 prior to their transfer to HMM-164 in April '67. They are both remembered on our website and at each of of our "Old Tiger " reunions.

    Good men, damn good pilots and exceptional Marines.

    "...As long as we remember them, they live on..."

    Semper Fi

    Jake
    www.hmm-262vietnam.org
    Last edited by jejacobs; 08-03-2003, 13:51.
    Joseph "Jake" Jacobs
    HMM-262 Combat Helicopter Association

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    • #3
      FINDING KIA INFO?

      FYI

      for those unfamiliar with our website


      POP A SMOKE lists all our KIAs here

      http://www.popasmoke.com/kia/



      Todays KIAs are listed here

      http://www.popasmoke.com/kiatodayinhistory.html



      another great site is

      http://thewall-usa.com/
      Semper Fidelis

      George T. Curtis

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