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Conflict Period:
Vietnam War 1
Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Staff Sergeant 1
Birth:
01 Oct 1943 2
Provo, Utah 1
Death:
17 Jul 1993 2
Orem, Utah 1
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Full Name:
Bobby Leroy Case 3
Full Name:
Bobby L Case 2
Birth:
01 Oct 1943 2
Provo, Utah 1
Death:
17 Jul 1993 2
Orem, Utah 1
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Vietnam War 1

Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Staff Sergeant 1
Service Start Date:
01 Jul 1976 1
Service End Date:
31 May 1982 1
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Social Security:
Social Security Number: ***-**-9833 2

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Vietnam War, Awards and Decorations of Honor, 1965-1972

Name: Bobby L Case Date Eligible to Return from Overseas : 17 Mar 1970 Date Recommended Award Received : 19 Sep 1969 Date Award Forwarded : 21 Sep 1969 Service/Country: U.S. Army Command/Staff: IV Corps Recommended Award: Purple Heart Approved Award: Purple Heart Location Award Presented: Award Presented in Republic of Vietnam [South Vietnam] (RVN) Posthumous: Award presented while Living Name: Bobby L Case Date Eligible to Return from Overseas : 17 Mar 1970 Date Recommended Award Received : 7 Feb 1970 Date Award Forwarded : 20 Feb 1970 Service/Country: U.S. Army Command/Staff: IV Corps Recommended Award: Bronze Star Medal (Service) Approved Award: Bronze Star Medal (Service) Location Award Presented: Award Presented in Republic of Vietnam [South Vietnam] (RVN) Posthumous: Award presented while Living

 

B Btry, 1/41FA - 1st Platoon

I had the privelege to serve with Platoon Sergeant Bobby L. Case in Schwäbisch Gmünd, W. Germany from Sep73-Jun74 in a thermonuclear Pershing Missile Battery. SFC Case was an outstanding leader of men. His insightful personnel management allowed 1st Platoon to exceed all expectations. SFC Case lead our platoon by himself with no officer for seven months. Although SFC Case was an infantry sergeant, he astutely and quickly grasped the complex workings of a mobile nuclear missile system and trusted his enlisted subordinates. A true leader! Salute!

Joe D. Herring, Lt Col, USAFR (ret.)

 

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