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Specialist Four Paul Wayne Barnett

July 04, 1949 to January 03, 1969

D CO, 554TH ENG BN, 79TH ENG GROUP, 20TH ENG BDE,
USARV ENG CMD, USARV
Army of the United States
Home: Dustin, Oklahoma
PAUL W BARNETT is on the Wall at Panel W35, Line 23

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PERSONAL DATA:  
  Home of Record: Dustin, OK  
  Date of birth: 07/04/1949
MILITARY DATA:  
  Service Branch: Army of the United States  
  Grade at loss: E4  
  Rank: Specialist Four Promotion
  Note: None  
  ID No: 441506023  
  MOS or Specialty: 51K20: Engineering (Plumber)  
  Length Service: 01  
  Unit: D CO, 554TH ENG BN, 79TH ENG GROUP, 20TH ENG BDE, USARV ENG CMD, USARV

CASUALTY DATA:  
  Start Tour: 04/08/1968  
  Incident Date: 01/03/1969  
  Casualty Date: 01/03/1969  
  Age at Loss: 19  
  Location: Hau Nghia Province, South Vietnam  
  Remains: Body recovered  
  Casualty Type: Hostile, died outright  
  Casualty Reason: Ground casualty  
  Casualty Detail: Other explosive device

 
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