Moore, John Joseph, SP 4

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Last Rank
Specialist 4
Last Service Branch
Last Primary MOS
Last MOS Group
Infantry (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
1967-1968, 11B10, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment/A Troop
Service Years
1967 - 1968
Official/Unofficial US Army Certificates
Order of the Spur

Specialist 4

One Overseas Service Bar

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Home State
New York
New York
Year of Birth
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Casualty Info
Home Town
New York
Last Address
New York

Casualty Date
Jan 20, 1968
Hostile, Died while Missing
Multiple Fragmentation Wounds
Hau Nghia (Vietnam)
Vietnam War
Location of Interment
Calvary Cemetery - WoodSide Queens, New York
Wall/Plot Coordinates
34E 090

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Infantry Shoulder Cord

 Unofficial Badges 

Order of The Spur

 Tributes from Members  
Tribute from the 3/4 Cavalry Association... posted by AR Moore, John (SaberAlpha 10), MAJ 228
Tributes from Others posted by IN Olsen, David O, SGT 547 
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  Tributes from Others: Mar 27, 2016  

Remembering 20 Jan 68
Posted by Robert Sosenko
October 6, 2018
Most of the PC's took hits in the gas tanks. A20 exploded with me inside and I was wounded but went back to the field the next day. A28 exploded and all the KIA listed Parham, Elia, Esten, Michaud, Moore and Garnica except Kosel and Swalley were on A28. Only Frank Rompell survived but with bad wounds. The track explosions and the exploding ammo kept the NVA from getting to us who made it off the tracks. Swalley was shot thru the chest as he tried to hide in a bush. I am forever thankful to 1st and 3 rd. platoon and to B Troop. for coming out to get us. Thank you Jim Ross, you guys had no idea what you could be running into but you came because you knew we were in trouble just like with Dwight Birdwell and C Troop and I think you know we would have done the same for you.

Lawrence  Englert
Rest in peace brave Soldier. You are not forgotten.
Jan 20, 2012
Manuel Pino Jr
Fellow Vietnam Vet
REFLECTIONS FROM THE MOVING WALL". I am a monument to a black period in this countries history.I am the Vietnam wall.,composed to two angled granite walls,inscribed with the names of fifty eight thousand,one hundred thirty four American men and women who died in hell (that was Vietnam) Many people come to see me. strangely they come mostly in silence-old people,young people,children,mothers,fathers,widows,and veterans.all for reasons of their own.they bring gifts,pictures,letters,flowers,poems and cigarettes.the letters speak of grief and loneliness and regret.they ask forgiveness.they are an out pouring of pain.the people softly touch names on my face.they water my grass with tears.then they leave in silence and I hope in peace.for I am more than two stone walls.I am a thank you from a nation that forgot.I am a long past due apology.I am healing for wounds too long left untended.I am a tribute paid to fallen warriors.I AM THE VIETNAM WALL. "America has forgotten the wars.will she remember her warriors"? You may be gone , BUT YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN.
Saturday, May 21, 2005

IN Olsen, David O, SGT 547 
Last Updated:
Oct 7, 2018
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