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Sgt Alan Francis Angell
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Birth: Apr. 10, 1949
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Jul. 20, 1968, Vietnam

********** Vietnam War **********

Sergeant, U.S. Army

On 20 July 1968, Sergeant Alan F. Angell was serving with E Company, 51st Infantry Regiment (Rangers), Americal Division, in Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam.

On that day, Sgt. Angell, a part of Americal's Long Range Recon Patrol unit, was killed in action when he sustained multiple fragmentation wounds.

Badge and Medals

Combat Infantryman Badge
Bronze Star Medal with Combat Valor Device
Purple Heart
Good Conduct Medal
National Defense Service Medal
Vietnam Service Medal
Vietnam Campaign Medal


The name Alan F Angell is inscribed on Panel 51W Line 016 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall.

SGT Alan F. Angell has Honoree Record 3377 at
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  Dorothy M Racicot (1926 - 1998)
Military Marker

Alan F Angell
SGT 11 Lt Infantry BDR
Vietnam PH
April 10 1949 - July 20 1968
find Poem on back of his upright Memorial
Sgt Alan F
1949 - 1968
"Another Day"
Out here I sit alone
With not a thing
To call my own
To sit and wait to fight
But God knows only
........What is right
And now I'm feeling
..............All right

Prospect Hill Cemetery
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA
Plot: Section 9 Row 2 Lot 113C
Created by: Charles A. Lewis
Record added: Jun 19, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 92194701
Sgt Alan Francis Angell
Added by: Denis McDonough
Sgt Alan Francis Angell
Added by: Carolyn [Lee] Kelly
Sgt Alan Francis Angell
Added by: Carolyn [Lee] Kelly
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 Added: Jul. 20, 2014

- Judy Curnell
 Added: Mar. 15, 2013
Thank you for your great sacrifice in preserving our country's freedoms. I will honor you in the only way that I can . . . by remembering you always. May you rest in peace.
- Charles A. Lewis
 Added: Jun. 19, 2012

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