JAMES A MCINTYRE
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HONORED ON PANEL 5W, LINE 91 OF THE WALL

JAMES ANTHONY MCINTYRE

WALL NAME

JAMES A MCINTYRE

PANEL / LINE

5W/91

DATE OF BIRTH

08/10/1950

CASUALTY PROVINCE

LONG KHANH

DATE OF CASUALTY

02/09/1971

HOME OF RECORD

NEW YORK

COUNTY OF RECORD

New York City

STATE

NY

BRANCH OF SERVICE

ARMY

RANK

SP4

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REMEMBRANCES

LEFT FOR JAMES ANTHONY MCINTYRE
POSTED ON 5.25.2022
POSTED BY: Bernadette

Never forgotten!

Dear Cousin… loved you then and love you now!
Miss you and your sweetness and your humor.
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POSTED ON 5.8.2022
POSTED BY: [email protected]d.org

Final Mission of SP4 James A. McIntyre

During the second week of February 1971, the 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division was conducting combat operations in the three-province area of Bien Hoa, Long Khanh and Phuoc Tuy, RVN. There was a marked increase in enemy activity over the previous week, especially north of National Highway QL-1. A mining incident on February 9th killed three U.S. soldiers and wounded another. At 11:30 AM, D Company, 1st Battalion, 27th Infantry and the 621st Regional Forces (RF) Company detonated an unknown type boobytrap while patrolling four miles north of Hung Loc in Long Khanh Province, RVN. Four RF soldiers were also killed, including one Kit Carson Scout, and five RF were wounded. The lost Americans were infantrymen SP4 James A. McIntyre and PFC Michael C. Lawson, and medic PFC Daniel F. Farrell. Ten minutes later, while processing the casualties, they began receiving small arms fire. The combined forces returned fire with unit weapons and were supported by artillery, Light Fire Teams (helicopter gunships), and air strikes. At 12:30 PM a medivac UH-1H helicopter dispatched to remove the casualties was hit with eight rounds of small arms fire and crashed. The UH-1H was recovered at 2:45 PM. Farrell and Lawson were posthumously promoted to Corporal. [“Operational Report – Lessons Learned, Headquarters, 2d Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, Period 1 November ’70 to 28 February ‘71” at dtic.mil]
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POSTED ON 6.5.2021
POSTED BY: Robert Dupree

Our last talk

Mac, I'll never forget our last talk before y'all went up on the mountain. I know you would have made a great New York cop.
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POSTED ON 8.27.2020
POSTED BY: Lucy Micik

Thank You

Dear Sp4 James McIntyre, Thank you for your service as an Infantryman. Saying thank you isn't enough, but it is from the heart. Time passes quickly, but our world needs help. Please watch over America, it stills needs your strength, courage, guidance and faithfulness. Rest in peace with the angels.
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POSTED ON 8.8.2020
POSTED BY: ANON

Never forgotten

On the remembrance of your 70th birthday, your sacrifice is not forgotten.

HOOAH
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