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CRAIG RAY SCHOENBAUM


is honored on Panel 21E, Line 81 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Craig

    Posted on 12/3/18
    Craig.....Honoring you on your birthday...God bless
  • High school dance

    Posted on 5/31/17 - by Judy Thorndyke gracej3@earthlink.net
    Just correcting email address
  • High School

    Posted on 5/31/17 - by Judy Thorndyke geacej3@earthlink.net
    I was not th most popular in high school. Craig was. I asked him for a dance and he accepted. It was the highlight of my high school social life. I am so sorry his life was cut short. I think he would have done great things.
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  • Proud of Your Service

    Posted on 5/29/17 - by Mike Woods michaelmike207@yahoo.com
    I wish to offer my heartfelt condolences to family and friends of Craig. He was always a caring and admired friend.
  • Final Mission of SP4 Craig R. Schoenbaum

    Posted on 3/18/17 - by wkillian@smjuhsd.org
    On June 9, 1967, a USAF C-130B Hercules (#58-0737) from the 29th Troop Carrier Squadron, crashed approximately 12 miles east of Tan Son Nhut, RVN. The C-130B, with ten persons aboard, was conducting a series of scheduled logistics flights within South Vietnam. The last leg of the trip was from Nha Trang to Saigon. As the aircraft neared Saigon it was vectored around an artillery firing zone. The aircraft broke up in flight, with both wings separating from the fuselage, and crashed. It was assumed that the structural failure resulted from ground fire. There were no survivors. The lost crew included pilot CAPT Rafael L. Rivera-Balaguer, co-pilot CAPT Jerome F. Starkweather, navigator CAPT Richard W. Podell, loadmaster SSGT Ricky L. Herndon, and flight engineers SSGT Ira E. Scott and SSGT William E. Tyree. Its passengers (all U.S. Army) were 1LT Richard A. Gray, SP5 Frank R. Ragusa, SP4 Craig R. Schoenbaum, and SP5 Andrew H. Shimp. [Taken from coffeltdatabase.org and aviation-safety.net]
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