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is honored on Panel 2E, Line 52 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Former MIA Col Fredric M. Mellor - Update from DPAA (Accounted for)

    Posted on 8/13/18 - by kr
    According to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) website at the below link, former MIA Colonel Fredric Moore Mellor was accounted for on 13 July 2018:

    The latest DPAA update (17 July 2018) lists 1,596 Americans still unaccounted for in Southeast Asia from the Vietnam War.

    At the time of his loss, Captain Mellor was the pilot of a RF-101C Voodoo when he was shot down on 13 August 1965 - 53 years ago. While in MIA status, the U.S. Air Force promoted him from Captain to Major, then to Lieutenant Colonel and, finally, to Colonel.
  • Former MIA Lt Col Fredric M. Mellor - Accounted for per ABMC (Honolulu Memorial)

    Posted on 8/9/18 - by kr
    Former MIA Lt Col Fredric Moore Mellor has his name chiseled into one of the "Courts of the Missing" at the Honolulu Memorial in the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific on the island of Oahu in the state of Hawaii. See the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) website at the below link. The entry indicates Lt Col Mellor's remains have been accounted for.
  • Lt Col Fredric M. Mellor - Info from POW Network (MIA)

    Posted on 8/8/18 - by kr
    Information about MIA Lt Col Fredric Moore Mellor from the POW Network website is at this link:
  • Lt Col Fredric M. Mellor - Info from Task Force Omega (MIA)

    Posted on 8/7/18 - by kr
    Information about Lt Col Fredric Moore Mellor from the Task Force Omega website is at this link:

  • Remembered

    Posted on 10/19/16 - by
    I have worn the MIA bracelet with Lt Col Mellor's name on it for almost ten year.
    I bought it in 1990, I lived in France.
    I prayed for him everyday
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The Wall of Faces

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