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Sgt. Harry T. Wilson

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  • Sgt. Harry T. Wilson

    CAVEAT: None

    On 4 June 1970 Sergeant Harry T. Wilson was a crew member aboard a CH-46D
    helicopter which was descending into a landing zone to pick up a
    reconnaissance team. The helicopter was hit by ground fire and crashed
    approximately 35 kilometers east of Ban Chakeuy Tai and five kilometers
    northwest of Ban Plok, Xekong Province. Extraction attempts were unsuccessful
    and we was declared unaccounted for.

    DoD has conducted in depth research, several investigations and two
    excavations-- but the whereabouts of Sergeant Wilson remains have not yet been
    determined. Our investigators continue to actively review his case to
    determine what additional steps can be undertaken to locate him.

    I hope this has been helpful.

    Best regards,

    Cheryl Holm
    DPAA Outreach & Communications
    David "Butch" Powell HMM-262 RVN 70-71

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    Thanks for the post DAVE! Been thinking about Harry and the family,what a wonder should he be bought back home. God Speed Harry's Return. Also thought of Jeff Wilson as He was loss around the 6th of March 1970. Again Thanks!
    Last edited by JJHALL; 03-21-2016, 21:29.