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is honored on Panel 30E, Line 23 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Thanks

    Posted on 3/4/18 - by Lucy Micik
    Dear Sp4 Jack Croxdale,
    Thank you for your service as an Infantryman/Parachutist. You are still MIA. PLEASE COME HOME.
    It is so important for us all to acknowledge the sacrifices of those like you who answered our nation's call. Please watch over America, it stills needs your strength, courage and faithfulness. Rest in peace with the angels.
  • In Remembrance

    Posted on 5/7/17 - by Rick Lamparzyk
    Jack and I attended high school in Glendale, Arizona. Jack was a "surf" dude and drove a cheesy Renault coupe. He turned me on to Vans and Madras shirts.He was a year ahead of me and we lost contact.
  • 173rd Airborne Brigade (SEP) MIA (Missing-In-Action)

    Posted on 5/1/17 - by Eddie Hair
    173rd Airborne Brigade (SEP) MIA (Missing-In-Action)


    Video and Photos of The 173rd Airborne Brigade (SEP) Missing-In-Action.
  • We met as kids

    Posted on 11/11/15
    I've know you a life time ( Corkie) jack I'm old and if we meet again you will be young hope we recognize me
  • Final Mission of SP4 Jack L. Croxdale II

    Posted on 6/28/15 - by
    On November 19, 1967, radio operator SP4 Jack L. Croxdale II, and squad leaders PFC Benjamin D. DeHerrera and SGT Donald Iandoli were members of Company C, 503rd Infantry on a Search and Destroy mission in South Vietnam. At 1435 hours, Companies A, C and D, all part of the 503rd Infantry, were in heavy contact with an unknown sized North Vietnamese force and were surrounded. During the operation, SGT Iandoli was wounded and was seen in the Company C command post area, along with SP4 Croxdale and PFC DeHerrera. At 1850 hours, a U.S. Marine bomber dropped a 500 pound bomb which hit the command post area in error, resulting in additional casualties. No remains were recovered that day because of intense enemy activity. The following day, a search of the area was conducted. The remains of Croxdale, DeHerrera and Iandoli were identified and tagged. However, only the remains of DeHerrera and Croxdale were reported to have been placed on a helicopter enroute to Dak To. Following the attack, a 3-day search of the battle area was conducted without success in locating Iandoli. However, as of January 4, 1968, the U.S. Army Mortuary at Than San Ut, South Vietnam, had not processed or identified any remains of DeHerrera, Croxdale or Iandoli, and the location of those remains is unknown. Croxdale, DeHerrera, and Iandoli died the day their command post received fire and are listed among the dead. They are also listed among the missing because no remains have been returned to their families for burial. [Taken from]
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