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PAUL CLARK STEWART


is honored on Panel 5W, Line 89 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • You will not be Forgetton

    Posted on 6/19/18 - by Gary E. Earls earlsgary@hotmail.com
    Paul, I was assigned to the Phoenix, Company C, 158th Aviation Battalion before you and am the unit historian. You are listed in the history and will not be forgotten.
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  • Bracelet

    Posted on 4/20/18 - by Diane Croft-Doane dcddoane@bellsouth.net
    I have been wearing CWO Stewart's MIA bracelet for over 30 years. I am happy to finally see a picture of the man I think of every day.
  • YOU are Not Forgotten

    Posted on 12/1/17 - by Mayvee Smith MsMayvee@gmail.com
    Today I uploaded a photo of you, CWO Paul C. Stewart, you are no longer a Name without a Face! You are loved and missed! We continue to pray for your return! Thank you for your Service!
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  • Personal

    Posted on 5/31/17 - by Michael Tracy
    This is my brother I never met him but I will never forget him I hope to meet him some day in heaven if anyone has any stories about him I would love to hear them please email me
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  • Final Mission of CW2 Paul C. Stewart

    Posted on 10/15/14 - by wkillian@smjuhsd.org
    On February 8, 1971, pilot WO Thomas P. Doody, aircraft commander CW2 Paul C. Stewart, crew chief SP4 Charles G. Bobo, and door gunner PFC John E. Robertson comprised the crew of a UH-1H helicopter operating about 10 miles from Lao Bao in Savannakhet Province, Laos on an insertion mission. During the mission, Stewart radioed the flight leader that his aircraft had sustained damage to the tail rotor by ground fire, and that he was returning to the pickup zone, which was about 5 miles inside the South Vietnam border. While the aircraft was en route, Stewart radioed that he had inverted and was going in, and nothing further was heard. The flight leader then observed a column of smoke coming from the crash site of the helicopter. The Cobra team accompanying the operation was dispatched immediately, but detected no signs of survivors in the area of the wreckage. Several burned remains were seen around the wreckage. It was determined thatthe aircraft had crashed, exploded on impact, and burned. The remains were identified as Doody, Bobo and Robertson. A fourth body was determined to be that of an ARVN on board the aircraft. No trace of Stewart was found. It could not be determined whether he burned in the crash or was thrown clear of the aircraft as it impacted. [Taken from pownetwork.org; image from wikipedia.org]
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