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Spec John P. Barsch
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Birth: Jun. 8, 1943
Death: Dec. 27, 1967

John's hometown is Garfield, NJ. He served in the US Army and attained the rank of Specialist 4 (SP4). He was assigned to the 25th Infantry Division.

John was killed in action on December 27, 1967.

John is buried at St Michael's Cemetery in Lodi, NJ
John Paul Barsch
Specialist Four
PERSONAL DATA
Home of Record: Garfield, NJ
Date of birth: 06/08/1943

MILITARY DATA
Service: Army of the United States
Grade at loss: E4
Rank: Specialist Four
ID No: 51592791
MOS: 11B20: Infantryman
Length Service: 02
Unit: D TRP, 3RD SQDN, 4TH CAVALRY, 25TH INF DIV, USARV

CASUALTY DATA
Start Tour: 10/26/1967
Incident Date: 12/27/1967
Casualty Date: 12/27/1967
Age at Loss: 24
Location: Hau Nghia Province, South Vietnam
Remains: Body recovered
Casualty Type: Hostile, died outright
Casualty Reason: Helicopter - Crew
Casualty Detail: Air loss or crash over land



 
 
Burial:
Saint Michaels Cemetery
South Hackensack
Bergen County
New Jersey, USA
 
Created by: Wayne Apgar
Record added: Sep 06, 2008
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Rest in peace fellow calvary trooper you are not forgotten
- David Olsen
 Added: Aug. 5, 2011
This grateful nation thanks you, May you rest in Peace and may we never forget you.
- Wayne Apgar
 Added: Sep. 6, 2008
Not for fame or fortune - Not for place or rank - Not lured by ambition -or goaded by necessity - But in simple - Obedience to duty - As they understood it - This person suffered all -Sacrificed all and died for his country with his last measure of devoti...(Read more)
- Wayne Apgar
 Added: Sep. 6, 2008
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