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Colonel Howard Horton Smith
Jun 25, 1930 - Sep 30, 1968
Posted by: Jo Aguirre


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Personal Data:
 
Home of Record:  Oklahoma City, OK
  Date of Birth: 06/24/1930
 
Military Data:
  Service:  United States Air Force
  Rank & Grade at Loss:  04
  Promotion Note:  Promoted while in MIA Status
  ID:  442249234
  MOS or Specialty: 1575 Navigator, Electronic Warfare Officer
  Length of Service:  **
  Unit: 333rd TAC FTR SQDN, 355th TAC FTR Wing, 7th AF
Casualty Data:
  Start Tour:   05/23/1968 
  Incident:  09/30/1968
  Casualty Date:  08/17/1979
  Age at Loss:  49 (based on date declared dead)
  Location: Province not reported, North Vietnam
  Remains:  Body not recovered
  Casualty:  Fixed Wing - Crew
  Type casualty: Hostile, died while missing
  Casualty detail:  Air loss or crash over land
 

 
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