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Specialist Four Donald Paul Sloat
Medal of Honor Recipient

Feb 6, 1949 - Jan 17, 1970

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Personal Data:
Home of Record:  Coweta, OK
  Date of Birth: 02/06/1949
Military Data:
  Service:  Army of the United States
  Rank & Grade at Loss:  Specialist Four E4
  Promotion Note:  None
  ID:  442488372
  MOS or Specialty:  11B20  Infantryman
  Length of Service:  00
  Unit: Co D, 2ndBn, 1stInf, 196th InfBde, Americal Div, USARV
Casualty Data:
  Start Tour:  09/25/1969
  Incident:  01/17/1970
  Age at Loss:  20
  Location: Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam
  Remains:  Body recovered
  Casualty:  Ground casualty
  Type casualty: Hostile, died outright
  Casualty detail:  other explosive device 

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