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PFC Clinton Lee Day
July 11, 1949 - June 9, 1969
Posted by: Jo Aguirre
 


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Personal Data:
 
Home of Record: Tulsa, OK
  Date of Birth:  7/11/1949
Military Data:
  Service: Marine Corps(Regular)
  Rank & Grade at Loss: Private First Class E2
  ID: 2503332
  MOS or Specialty:0311 Rifleman
  Length of Service: Less than 1 year
  Unit: E CO, 2ND BN, 5TH Marines, 1st MarDiv
Casualty Data:
  Start Tour: 2/01/1969  
  Incident: 6/09/1969
  Age at Loss: 19
  Location: Quang Nam, South Vietnam
  Remains: Body Recovered
  Type casualty: Hostile, Died outright
  Casualty detail: Multiple fragmentation wounds, Ground Casualty

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