MacDougall, Edward H., MSG

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Master Sergeant
Last Service Branch
Infantry
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11Z50-Infantry Senior Sergeant
Last MOS Group
Infantry (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
1970-1974, 11B10, 12th Special Forces Group (Airborne)
Service Years
1943 - 1973


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MSG (Ret) Edward H. MacDougall

FAYETTEVILLE - Retired Army Master Sgt. Edward H. MacDougall, of Fayetteville, died Friday, Oct. 23, 2009. He was a proud soldier who loved serving his country. A sailor serving on the USS LST 376 who was in Normandy during World War II, he was one of the few survivors when his ship was sunk on a return trip to Normandy. He served in the 101st, 82nd, 10th, 12th, 1st, 7th and 5th Special Forces and was proud of being an original Special Forces soldier. He served at our country's beck and call on many "special" missions and loved serving with this very unique group of special men. He served in the Middle East, Southeast Asia and Europe. He was wounded in Vietnam, where he received the Silver Star and Purple Heart. He was a member of SOG and MACV. He was preceded in death by his wife, Marguerite "Peggy" MacDougall, and son, James MacDougall, whom he loved very much. He is survived by his daughter, Sandra Olsen and husband John of Lakeland, Ga.; his son, Edward H. MacDougall Jr. and wife Cathy of Raleigh; granddaughters, Lauren Olsen, Jasmine Olsen and Kim MacDougall Davis; grandsons, Sam, Mike and Dave MacDougall; and great-grandsons, Ivy Davis and Cade MacDougall. This very proud soldier has completed his final mission and will be missed by many. Reeves Funeral Home of Hope Mills is in charge of arrangements.

   
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   1965-1966, 11B10, MACV Studies and Observations Group (MACV-SOG)

Sergeant First Class
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- / 1966
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Sergeant First Class
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11B10-Infantryman
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Vietnam, South (Vietnam)
 
 
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 MACV Studies and Observations Group (MACV-SOG) Details

MACV Studies and Observations Group (MACV-SOG)
Military Assistance Command, Vietnam, Studies and Observations Group (MACV-SOG) was a highly classified, multi-service United States special operations unit which conducted covert unconventional warfare operations prior to and during the Vietnam War. Established on 24 January 1964, the unit conducted strategic reconnaissance missions in Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam), the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam), Laos, and Cambodia; carried out the capture of enemy prisoners, rescued downed pilots, and conducted rescue operations to retrieve prisoners of war throughout Southeast Asia; and conducted clandestine agent team activities and psychological operations. The unit participated in most of the significant campaigns of the Vietnam War, including the Tonkin Gulf Incident which precipitated American involvement, Operation Steel Tiger, Operation Tiger Hound, the Tet Offensive, Operation Commando Hunt, the Cambodian Campaign, Operation Lam Son 719, and the Easter Offensive. The unit was formally disbanded and replaced by the Strategic Technical Directorate Assistance Team 158 on 1 May 1972. At its peak, SOG had about 2,000 members. An estimated 7,800 men served in SOG over its eight-year existence. Some SOG veterans, such as Dick Meadows, Eldon Bargewell and Walt Shumate, became founders and leaders of Delta Force, the Army's counterterrorism and hostage- rescue unit founded in 1977. SOG members received more than 2,000 individual awards for heroism, including 10 Medals of Honor, twice as many as the 82nd Airborne Division received in both world wars. Medal of Honor recipients were Robert L. Howard, James P. Fleming, Roy P. Benavidez, Jon R. Cavaiani, Franklin Miller, Fred Zabitosky, Thomas R. Norris, Loren D. Hagen, John J. Kedenburg and George K. Sisler. The unit's members also received 23 Distinguished Service Crosses, the military's second highest award for valor. SOG had high casualty rates. In 1968, the unit had more people killed and injured than it had positions. Ten teams were lost. Fourteen teams were overrun or destroyed. Fifty members of SOG are still considered MIAs.
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Vietnam Units
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MACV Studies and Observations Group (MACV-SOG)

Card, William R., MAJ, (1948-1971) IN 11B10 Sergeant First Class
Furst, Henry S., SGM, (1942-1972) IN 11F50 Sergeant Major
Baxter, Bruce Raymond, MSG, (1950-1967) IN 11Z50 Master Sergeant
Conroy, Paul Ames, MSG, (1942-1967) IN 11Z50 Master Sergeant
Pegram, Richard Epps, SGM, (1948-1968) IN 11G50 Master Sergeant
Almendariz, Samuel, MSG, (1953-1967) IN 11F40 Sergeant First Class
Echevarria, Raymond Louis, SGM, (1951-1976) IN 11B50 Sergeant First Class
Jones, James Emory, SGM, (1958-1966) IN 11F10 Sergeant First Class
Laws, Delmer Lee, SFC, (1953-1967) IN 11C40 Sergeant First Class
Owens, Ronald, SFC, (1965-1976) IN 11F40 Sergeant First Class
Williams, Eddie Lee, SGM, (1953-1966) IN 11Z50 Sergeant First Class
Rose, Gerald Bruce, SP 5, (1961-1965) IN 11B20 Specialist 5
Manner, Eugene, COL, (1957-1987) LO 2625 Colonel
Simons, Arthur D (Bull), COL, (1941-1971) IN 1542 Colonel
Lindsey, Fred, LTC, (1948-1972) IN 1542 Lieutenant Colonel
Thorne, Larry Alan, MAJ, (1938-1965) IN 11A Major
Craig, William Hover Jr., CPT, (1958-1966) IN 1542 Captain
Legate, Richard Edward, CPT, (1962-1967) IN 1542 Captain
Meadows, Richard (Dick), MAJ, (1947-1977) IN 1542 Captain
Rasmussen, Delbert, MAJ, (1958-1980) IN 1542 Captain
Sylvester, Bill, MAJ, (1962-1985) IN 1542 Captain
Thorne, Larry Alan, MAJ, (1954-1965) IN 1542 Captain
Irving, John William, 1LT, (1952-1965) IN 1542 First Lieutenant
Sisler, George Kenton, 1LT, (1964-1967) IN 1542 First Lieutenant
SHAFER. JR, GEORGE, MSG, (1963-1985) AG 00D Master Sergeant
Waugh, William, SGM, (1948-1972) SF 18Z Master Sergeant
Villarosa, Paul Herman, SFC, (1951-1968) SC 05B Sergeant First Class
Newcomb, Tony, CPT, (1964-1983) MI 97C Staff Sergeant
Scurlock, Lee, SSG, (1961-1967) SC 05B20 Staff Sergeant
Carpenter, Howard B., SGT, (1962-1967) SC 05B10 Sergeant
Gibson, Rowland Edward, SGT, (1962-1967) MD 91B10 Sergeant
Carter, Larry, SP 5, (1966-1969) MI 96B Specialist 5
Sain, Don Rue, SP 4, (1965-1966) SC 05B Specialist 4
Blackburn, Donald, BG, (1938-1971) Brigadier General
Singlaub, John Kirk, MG, (1943-1978) Colonel
Parmly IV, Eleazar, COL, (1946-1975) Lieutenant Colonel
Allen, Edgar, MAJ, (1948-1973) Captain
MacNamara, Edwin Joseph, MAJ, (1947-1966) Captain
Jackson, Richard, 1LT, (1944-1970) Master Sergeant
Borja, Domingo R. S., SFC, (1945-1967) Sergeant First Class
Snowden, Ben David, SFC, (1954-1967) Sergeant First Class
Arnold, Robert, SSG, (1964-1968) QM Staff Sergeant
Bass, Lloyd, CW3, (1956-1979) Staff Sergeant
Ricci, Arthur, MSG, (1953-1973) Staff Sergeant
Kilburn, Gerald, LTC, (1947-1972) Major
Moore, Billy, CSM, (1950-1979) Master Sergeant

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