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Capt Kenneth Arnold Stonebraker
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Birth: Dec. 15, 1938
Lake County
Indiana, USA
Death: Oct. 28, 1968, Vietnam

Name: Kenneth Arnold Stonebraker
Rank/Branch: O3/US Air Force
Unit: 11th Tactical Recon Squadron, Udorn Airfield, Thailand
Date of Birth: 15 December 1938
Home City of Record: Hobart IN
Date of Loss: 28 October 1968
Country of Loss: North Vietnam
Loss Coordinates: 172500N 1062700E (XE540261)
Status (in 1973): Missing In Action
Aircraft/Vehicle/Ground: RF4C

Capt. William Stroven was the pilot and Capt. Kenneth Stonebraker the navigator aboard an RF4C Phantom jet assigned a photo-reconnaissance
mission over North Vietnam on October 28, 1968. The aircraft departed its base at Udorn Airfield, Thailand for its target, which included an ammunition supply dump near Hanoi.

As the aircraft was over Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam, it was lost from radar. No trace was ever found of the aircraft of its crew. The last known location was over 200 miles from the intended target, and about 15 miles west of the city of Dong Hoi.

Stroven and Stonebraker were declared Missing in Action, and public record reveals very little more about their fates. The U.S. Government determined that there is a good chance that the Vietnamese know the fate of Stroven,
but are uncertain whether Stonebraker's fate is known.

Viet Nam War Memorial; Panel 40W Line 051
Body lost or destroyed
Created by: Mike
Record added: May 24, 2011
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Capt Kenneth Arnold Stonebraker
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Capt Kenneth Arnold Stonebraker
Added by: Mike
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