ROBERT A ANSPACH
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HONORED ON PANEL 31E, LINE 79 OF THE WALL

ROBERT ALLEN ANSPACH

WALL NAME

ROBERT A ANSPACH

PANEL / LINE

31E/79

DATE OF BIRTH

10/01/1933

CASUALTY PROVINCE

PR & MR UNKNOWN

DATE OF CASUALTY

09/11/1967

HOME OF RECORD

MACON

COUNTY OF RECORD

Macon County

STATE

MO

BRANCH OF SERVICE

ARMY

RANK

MSGT

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Contact Details
STATUS

MIA

ASSOCIATED ITEMS LEFT AT THE WALL

REMEMBRANCES

LEFT FOR ROBERT ALLEN ANSPACH
POSTED ON 10.1.2021
POSTED BY: kr

MIA MSG Robert A. Anspach, USA, USSF - - ABMC (HONOLULU MEMORIAL)

MIA Master Sergeant Robert Allen Anspach, U.S. Army, U.S. Special Forces, has his name chiseled into one of the "Courts of the Missing" (Vietnam War Section/Court "B" (Army)) 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 this link/URL:

https://www.abmc.gov/decedent-search/anspach%3Drobert
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POSTED ON 10.1.2021
POSTED BY: kr

MIA MSG Robert A. Anspach, USA, USSF - INFO FROM POW NETWORK

Information about MIA Master Sergeant Robert Allen Anspach, U.S. Army, U.S. Special Forces, from the POW Network website is at this link:

https://www.pownetwork.org/bios/a/a370.htm
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POSTED ON 4.8.2021
POSTED BY: john fabris

honoring you....

Thank you for your service to our country so long ago sir. It is my fervent hope you will be returned home.
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POSTED ON 5.31.2019
POSTED BY: Bradley D. Quinn

POW/MIA bracelet

I wore his POW/MIA bracelet the whole time I was in the Army and National Guard, and passed it on to a dear friend of mine who continued to wear it until her retirement. It now is in her Shadowbox. We will never forget his sacrifice. From the Showme State, Huaah! THIS WE'LL DEFEND!
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POSTED ON 6.13.2017
POSTED BY: Mickey

Thank You for Watching Over my Dad

Growing up my father would not speak much about his time in the Army. It was only after I joined the Army that he began sharing his experiences. The Traveling Vietnam Wall came to town and I invited my father to go with me, and was surprised when he said yes. The first name he wanted to find was Sgt. Anspach.
Once we found his name, my father began to cry and told me the story about the final mission. My father was about 18 years old at the time and served under Sgt. Anspach. He spoke very highly of the man he was, and the mentor/leader he was to his men.

Thank you Anspach family for your sacrifice, it has not gone unnoticed.
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