Hausherr, Charles Raymond, SP 4

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Last Rank
Specialist 4
Last Service Branch
Transportation Corps
Last Primary MOS
67N10-UH-1 Helicopter Repairer
Last MOS Group
Aviation (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
1970-1971, 67N10, 1st Aviation Brigade
Service Years
1969 - 1971

Specialist 4

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Year of Birth
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Casualty Info
Home Town
Los Angeles
Last Address
Medford, Oregon

Casualty Date
Feb 23, 1971
Non Hostile- Died Other Causes
Air Loss, Crash - Land
Vietnam War
Location of Interment
Hillcrest Memorial Park - Medford, Oregon
Wall/Plot Coordinates
05W 134

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Aviation Badge (Basic)

 Unit Assignments
173rd Aviation Company (AHC)1st Aviation Brigade
  1970-1971, 67N10, 173rd Aviation Company (AHC)
  1970-1971, 67N10, 1st Aviation Brigade
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1971-1971 Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase VII Campaign (1970-71)/Operation Lam Son 719
 Additional Information
Last Known Activity
SP4 Hausherr was killed in the collision of two Army helicopters during Lam Lon 719 over their LZ in Laos. He was the CE of UH-1C (# 65-09503) at Phu Loi.

His family had moved to the Rogue Valley in 1956 where he attended Applegate School and St. Mary's High School. He was a part owner of Hausherr and Sons' Chevron Station in Medford. He was a lieutenant in the Civil Air Patrol cadet program and owned his own airplane before entering the Army.

He joined the Army in January 1969. He had been in Vietnam since June 1970, and was a crew chief on a helicopter at the time of his death. He had volunteered for Vietnam service.

Charles was interred in Veterans' Garden of Honor, Hillcrest Memorial Park. Medford, Oregon.
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