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The Indiana
Vietnam Memorial Web Site
This website is dedicated to the memory of the 1,530 men and women from Indiana who lost their lives during the Vietnam War. It also stands as a tribute to those who came home.
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Note: The total number of casualties obtained by adding together all the county figures comes to 1,533. Lyal Hancil Erwin and Michael Lewis Berry were both from Ashley, Indiana which sits on the border of Steuben and Dekalb County. Their names are listed in both counties. Also listed in two counties is Elvin Wayne Gose from Cumberland, which sits on the border of Marion and Hancock Counties.

Abbreviations used:
BNR=Body Not Recovered
CAMB=Cambodia
KIA=Killed in Action
NVN=North Vietnam
SVN=South Vietnam
THAI=Thailand
Note: Notations of "Missing" or "BNR" (Body Not Recovered) are as of October 1991. Remains may have since been recovered.
  The date of the casualty reflects the date died or declared dead, not the date declared missing or captured. 
This page was last updated: February 7, 2014
For another web site listing casualties by city/town, and which also shows the unit of assignment, complete details and medals/decorations received by each casualty, visit http://www.virtualwall.org/iStates.htm.
Questions or comments concerning this web site should be directed to Tom Applegate at dogwoodcoltfan@gmail.com.