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11th Light Infantry Brigade

Names Added to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial


To date, 58,318 Names are now on The Wall.



Since 1997, names have been added to The Wall. "Each spring, VVMF works with the Department of Defense (DOD) to ensure that The Wall is accurate. When MIAs are recovered in Vietnam or when an appeal has been approved for addition to The Wall, VVMF makes the appropriate changes. On May 2, 2017 three new names took their rightful place among their fallen brothers and sisters. Each year, new names are added to The Wall to fix clerical errors and mistakes, and to honor those veterans who died as a direct result of their wounds sustained while in Vietnam."

    Taken from VVMF.org

Army PFC Thomas Joseph Conners
Army Sergeant Richard Edward Daly Jr.
Army PFC John Harold Berg
Army PFC William Ellis Browning

Army SP4 Bobby Gene Barbre
Marine Lance Cpl. George Bryant Givens Jr.
Marine Pfc. Hans Jorg Rudolph Lorenz
Marine Capt. Robert Patrick Rumley Jr.

Army SP4 Wesley Alvin Stiverson
Army Sergeant Richard Monroe Pruett
Navy Fireman Apprentice Joseph Gerald Krywicki

Army SP4 Dennis O. Hargrove
Marine Lance Cpl. Richard M. Goossens
Army SP4 Darrell J. Naylor
Marine Lance Cpl. Raymond C. Mason

Marine Gunnery Sgt. Enrique Valdez

Marine Cpl. Ronald M. Vivona
Army LT. COL. William L. Taylor
Army Sgt. Michael J. Morehouse
Army Capt. Edward F. Miles
Marine Lance Cpl. Clayton K. Hough Jr.
Marine Lance Cpl. John E. Granville

Army SPC Charles J. Sabatier
Army SPC Charles Robert Vest
Army Sgt. Henry L. Aderholt
Navy ETR2 Richard Lewis Daniels
Navy BT3 Peter Otto Holcomb

CPO Joseph William Aubin                           
PFC Johnny Owen Brooks          
SP4 David Lawrence Deckard          
LTJG David McLean Desilets          
ATR3 Richard Carl Hunt          
SP4 Larry Morgan Kelly          
AMN Albert Kalahana Kuewa          
LT Walter Allan Linzy          
CPL Frank Anthony Neary          
ATR3 Richard Dwaine Stocker

PO3 Clark David Franklin
SGT Dennis Ralph Siverling
SP4 Raymond Clark Thompson
PFC Lester James Veazey

SSG Jerry Leon Antrich
SFC Frederick Joseph Baum
PFC Henry John Drozdowski, Jr
SP5 Michael Noel Faherty
PFC Gregory Jackson Franklin
SP4 William Arthur Gabrielsen
PFC Ronald Hall
PFC Robert Kroptavich
SP4 Thomas Charles Littles
PFC Paul Luther Loidolt
MSG Walter Hugh Mauldin
SP4 Alan Leslie Seamans
PFC Danny Joe Wilson

MSG Francis Gerald Corcoran, Jr
CPT Michael Paul Knight
SP5 Gannon Clark Milby, Jr
SGT Charley Vernon Stanley
MAJ Stanley Marcel Staszak
PO3 Chester Statun (AKA Staten)
SFC Clarence Turpin
MSG George Lincoln Wilson

LCPL Jeffrey R. Barber
PFC Michael G. Frey
LCPL Chester A Lederhouse Jr
SP4 James S McGough
ENC Leonard Outlaw
PFC Lee A Rawn
SP5 Jimmy L Smith
LCPL John D Stenhouse

CPL Kenneth R. McGuire
SGT John T. Whitson
SGT Edward L. Wilmers



Project of Honor

Our Project of HonorOur project, to honor the men of the 11th Light Infantry Brigade who paid the ultimate sacrifice for us and should never be forgotten. As the men of the 11th LIB, or anyone, visit the cemeteries where our heroes are laid to rest, they are taking photos of their grave marker. These photos are then submitted and we link them to our 11th LIB Casualty lists. Read more...

Facebook

FacebookWhile 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 Facebook will delete your request. You will find the page listed as 11th Light Infantry Brigade Veterans Association.

Americal Division Veterans Association

Americal Division Veterans AssociationThe 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.

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