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Cherokee County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Cheryl Travis

Roger Dale Hartness

Blue Spring Cemetery

Corporal Roger Dale "Bodie" Hartness
28 Sep 1949 - 10 Jul 1970
Posted by: Jo Aguirre

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Personal Data:
Home of Record: Hulbert, OK
  Date of Birth:  09/28/1949
Military Data:
  Service: Army of the United States
  Rank & Grade at Loss: E3
  ID: 441502156
  MOS or Specialty:11B10 Infantryman
  Length of Service: **
  Unit: A Co, 1st BN, 8th Calvary, 1st Cav Div, USARV
Casualty Data:
  Start Tour: 04/06/1970   Incident: 07/03/1970   Age at Loss: 20 (based on date declared dead)
  Location: Phuoc Long Province, South Vietnam
  Remains: Body Recovered
  Type casualty: Hostile, Died of Wounds
  Casualty type: Ground Casulaty
  Casualty detail: Gun or Small Arms Fire


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