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is honored on Panel 25W, Line 18 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • 1LT Roy L. McDonald's death announcement

    Posted on 6/19/18 - by
    1LT Roy L. McDonald's death announcement
  • Ground Casualty

    Posted on 6/19/18 - by
    SP4 Anthony P. Agar was an Aircraft Armament Repairman, SGT James A. Borden was an Airborne-qualified Radio Operator, and 1LT Roy L. McDonald was an Infantry Unit Commander. All three soldiers served with Headquarters & Headquarters Company (HHC), 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division. On May 7, 1969, they were at Fire Support Base Whip (Hill 831) in Thua Thien Province, RVN, when a fire and explosion occurred in an ammunition storage area at the base. Agar, Borden, and McDonald suffered fatal injuries in the blast. [Taken from,, and information provided by John Kampschroeder (May 2010) at]
  • Never Forgotten

    Posted on 11/6/17 - by Laura Anderson
    I am proud to read your name at the 'Reading of the Names' November 10, 2017. Thank you for your service. Semper Fi
  • Always in our hearts

    Posted on 5/9/15 - by Heidi Logsdon
    Although I never had the pleasure of meeting you, Gramma &pap pap kept your memory alive. You will always live in our hearts! We love you Uncle Roy!
  • 1st Lt Roy (Butchy) McDonald

    Posted on 4/6/15 - by Tim Yarnall

    I will always remember you and your smile just one of the great kids from south end and second street. I often visit the Graves of family members at Hillcrest.. While there I always stop at Bobby Bittinger grave and your grave. Your youth taken away too soon. I am forever grateful. Your mom and dad suffered so long with your loss. I know you all are united in heaven. I look forward to that day so I can walk up to you, shake your hand and say thank you for your sacrifice . Tim
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The Wall of Faces

Brought to you by the organization that built The Wall, the Vietnam Veterans Virtual Memorial Wall is dedicated to honoring, remembering and sharing the legacies of all those who died in the Vietnam War. Here you can go beyond the names on The Wall to see the faces, share the stories and read the remembrances posted by friends, neighbors, classmates and family members.

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