Nudenberg, David Alan, PFC

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Last Rank
Private First Class
Last Service Branch
Infantry
Last Primary MOS
11B10-Infantryman
Last MOS Group
Infantry (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
1970-1970, 11B10, 63th Infantry Platoon Combat Tracker, 23rd Infantry Division
Service Years
1969 - 1970

Private First Class


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Home State
New Jersey
New Jersey
Year of Birth
1946
 
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Casualty Info
Home Town
Caldwell, NJ
Last Address
Caldwell, NJ

Casualty Date
Nov 12, 1970
 
Cause
Hostile, Died
Reason
Other Explosive Device
Location
Quang Ngai (Vietnam)
Conflict
Vietnam War
Location of Interment
Mount Lebanon Cemetery - Iselin, New Jersey
Wall/Plot Coordinates
06W 055/Minora Garden Row J Grave 176

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Combat Infantryman 1st Award

 
 Unit Assignments
11th Infantry Brigade (Light)Combat Tracker Units
  1970-1970, 11B10, 11th Infantry Brigade (Light)
  1970-1970, 11B10, 63th Infantry Platoon Combat Tracker, 23rd Infantry Division
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1970-1970 Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase VII Campaign (1970-71)
 Colleges Attended 
Gordon College
  1964-1966, Gordon College
 Additional Information
Last Known Activity

Pfc. U.S. Army, Vietnam War-Pfc. Nudenberg was killed in action while serving as a Rifleman {11B10} on

11-12-1970 with the 63rd Infantry Platoon Combat Trackers of the 11th Infantry Brigade of the Americal

Division. Pfc. Nudenberg started his tour of Vietnam on July 2, 1970. Pfc. Nudenberg is the son of Mr. &

Mrs. Walter Nudenberg of 26 Sunset Road, Essex County, Caldwell, New Jersey.

 



David Alan Nudenberg was born on September 2, 1946.  His home of record is Caldwell, NJ.   He was a member of many clubs and sports programs in high school.  Some of these included the Key Club, football, wrestling, scouts, radio electronics club, student council, class council, student newspaper, history club and drama club.  He enjoyed church activities, skiing, and airplanes.  He was working toward the goal of becoming a missionary minister. Nudenberg served in the US Army and attained the rank of Private First Class (PFC).  He served as a Dog Handler as part of the 63rd Scout Platoon.  Heidi was his canine partner. Nudenberg was killed in action on November 12, 1970. Information provided by websites and NJVVMF.

   
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gerry murphy, murphy784@comcast.net, friend-roommate-brother in arms, 4308 grange hall rd.
holly, mi. 48442 oakland, Dave, you are not forgotten
dave and I served togeather in nam and were roommates as well as friends. I am honored to have known such a wonderful person and I salute you,PFC Nudenberg.I apologize for not visiting before but you were never forgotten. I tried for many years to put certain things behind and move on but I was never able to forget you or your wonderful family. that november day in 1970 when we came home togeather will never be forgotten. your friend always.
Tuesday, November 23, 2004


Roy Nichols
college classmate
6210 Ambleside Drive
Columbus,OH 43229 USA
Info on Dave
Dave attended Gordon College, near Beverly, MA. He was friendly and well-liked.
Saturday, August 28, 1999

Doug Olsen
frankl7@ipa.net
Best Friend in High School
21968 Meadow Wood Drive
Siloam Springs, AR 72761 USA
He is now with God.
I knew Dave very well in our High School, James Caldwell High. It has been 30 years since I remembered Vietnam as I put all that behind me. The Moving Wall came to Siloam last weekend and myself and three other Vietnam Veterans got the courage to go to the Wall. There, I found Dave. It was extremely sad to see him there and more so when I found out he died one month after I was in country and only a short distance from where I was. How can words express what all of these heros have done. I know that Dave is with our Lord in Heaven and I, personnally, will never forget you. I will soon update this message with a picture of Dave so all can see his face. Your Friend and brother in Christ, Doug.
Wednesday, May 03, 2000
 
   
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