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"Home of The Free Because of The Brave"
Twelve men seriously wounded and died from an NVA ambush on the dreadful day of September 12, 1968
Vincit Amor Patriae
Love of Country Conquers
28th Infantry Regiment
First Infantry Division America’s First Infantry Division
No Mission Too Difficult
No Sacrifice Too Great
A Company, E Company and HHC
1st Battalion, 28th Infantry Regiment (Black Lions), 1st Infantry Division
Binh Long Province, South Vietnam
Baker, Philip Kenneth, SSG, A Company (Infantry)
Baldwin, Michael Richard, SGT, A Company (Infantry)
Boyce, Eugene Russell, PFC, A Company (Infantry)
Jenkins, Wayne Daniel, SP4, E Company (Infantry)
Martin, Kenneth Leroy, PFC, HHC (Medic)
Oxner, Marion Luther, PFC, A Company (Infantry)
Palm, Dale Arden, PFC, A Company (Infantry)
Ponath, Kurt Francis, PFC, A Company (Infantry)
Shark, Earl Eric, SGT-SFC, A Company (Infantry) POW / MIA
Williams, J.C., Jr, SP4, A Company (Infantry)
Wittman, William, PFC, E Company (Infantry)
Umstot, Samuel Gilmore, Jr., CPT, HHC (Field Medical Assistant) Ambush site: The Squad of soldiers was on a reconnaissance-in-force
mission about 5 kilometers northeast of Loc Ninh village and near the Loc Ninh Special Forces Camp, south side of
Highway 14A just below Hill 222, Binh Long Province, RVN.
This ambush / fire-fight with the NVA
was part of The Battle of Loc Ninh IV during
The Vietnam Counteroffensive Phase V Campaign
1 July 1968 to 1 November 1968
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