The following are the unit lists of the 11th Light Infantry Brigade casualites. May they rest in peace.
The unit lists are in date order by date of death. The full 11th LIB Brigade list is in alphabetically order by last name.
Those names that are highlighted in yellow and printed in red have a grave marker photo link associated with the name.
If there is a name without a grave marker photo, we suggest that you visit the Coffelt Database as their casualties lists are almost complete with grave marker photos for all branches of service that fought in the Vietnam War.
The Coffelt Database has been very supportive of the 11th Light Infantry Brigade and supplied casualty lists for the entire brigade. These lists are being used by permission of the Coffelt Database and may NOT be reproduced, distributed or displayed in any other medium than the 11thlib.com website.
Coffelt Database strickly enforces their copyright material.
Bruce Flaherty now has flags flown over the capitol and certificates for each of the families of all 289 KIA’s that served the 4th/3rd Infantry in Vietnam. His plan is to locate the families and provide them the flag and certificate, his reason is simple, to let the families know that their loved one is not forgotten.
While the 11th Light Infantry Brigade does not presently have a formal association, we do have a very active Facebook page. This page is a private Facebook Group page and you must request to join. When you request to join, you are sent a message with questions regarding unit or unit that supported the brigade, and when served or relative's information that served. If you do not respond within 14 days your request will be deleted. You will find the page listed as U S ARMY 11th Light Infantry Brigade
The 11th LIB served under the Americal Division (23rd Infantry Division). Americal has a very active association, the Americal Division Veterans Association. Eligible veterans are cordially invited and welcomed to join the Americal Division Veterans Association. The association was formed in 1945 and currently has over 3,000 members. Associate memberships are also available. Membership cost is minimal. We encourage you to check out the ADVA.