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Conflict Period:
Vietnam War 1
Branch:
Air Force 1
Rank:
Chief Master Sergeant 1
Birth:
04 Sep 1945 1
Death:
09 Jan 1978 1
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Full Name:
Dean Arnold Duvall 1
Birth:
04 Sep 1945 1
Male 1
Death:
09 Jan 1978 1
Cause: Air Loss, Crash - Land 1
Age at Death: 32 1
Body Recovered: Not recovered 1
Casualty Date: 13 Mar 1966 1
Casualty Type: Hostile, Died While Missing 1
Residence:
Hometown: Monticello, IN 1
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Marriage:
Marital Status: Married 1
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Vietnam War 1

Branch:
Air Force 1
Rank:
Chief Master Sergeant 1
Enlistment Type:
Regular 1
Grade:
+ E8 1
Service:
Air Force 1
Unit:
4 AIR CMDO SQ 1
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Religion:
Other Religions (Hindu, Bhai, etc.) 1
Race or Ethnicity:
Caucasian 1
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Line: 3 1
Panel: 06E 1

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~ IN MEMORY OF DEAN A DUVALL ~

Star Valley, AZ

Capt. Howard W. Henninger was the pilot of an AC47D "Spooky" gunship. The Spooky had evolved from the famed "Puff the Magic Dragon" versions of the Douglas C47. Capt. Henninger's Spooky was assigned a mission which took it over Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam on March 13, 1966. His crew that day included Capt. Gerald E. Olson, Capt. Robert E. Pasekoff, Sgt. Dean A. Duvall, SSgt. Gene E. Davis, SSgt. Marshall I. Pauley, and TSgt. Edwin E. Morgan. Duvall and Pauley were aerial gunners on the aircraft. Shortly after takeoff from Da Nang, the aircraft was contacted by radio, and this was the last contact had with Capt. Henninger's aircraft. The area of loss is indicated as being about 10 miles from the border of Laos in Quang Nam Province. All crew members aboard were declared Missing in Action.                    ~ Rest In Peace, Brother ~ You Will Never Be Forgotten ~

Update on Dean's MIA Status

Monticello, IN

The latest MIA update from Dean's family:  Dean's brother, Jack, went to the National Family Update for MIA's in June 2009 and found that the excavation team is getting closer to Dean's crash site. It's in the Sekong Province in Laos. So much depends on weather, but they're at a site right next to his. The US is at the mercy of the Laotian government. The team can only work 30 days at a time, and excavations had to be from north to south, Sekong is the next to the last in the south. So it should be soon, and they should know more in the next year.  ~ Rest In Peace, Brother, Until You Are Found ~ You Are Not Forgotten ~

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