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Sgt Harold E. Mullins
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Birth: Feb. 26, 1930, USA
Death: Jun. 3, 1966
Khammouan, Laos

Chief Master Sgt. Mullens was from Denver, CO.

While on a nightime mission, the following United States Air Force members of the 4th Air Commando Squadron were killed when their AC-47 "Spooky" gunship caught fire and crashed on 3 June 1966, in a heavily wooded area about 30 miles northeast of Tchepone in Khanouan province, Laos. The six USAF crew members were:
Col. Theodore E. KRYSZAK, Buffalo,NY; Col. Harding E. SMITH, LosGatos, CA; Lt.Col. Russell D. MARTIN, Bloomfield, IA; Chief Master Sgt. Ervin WARREN, Philadelphia, PA; Chief Master Sgt. Harold E. MULLENS, Denver, CO. and the aerial gunner Chief Master Sgt. Luther L. ROSE, Howe, TX. Their remains were unearthed in April, 1995, but only Chief Master Sgt. ROSE's remains were completely identified in April, 2003. They were then buried in a cemetery in Texas. However, since that time other bone fragments have been postively identifed and all the remains of all these men will now be interred at Arlington National Cemetery on 5 November 2004.  
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington County
Virginia, USA
Plot: Section 60 Site 7957
Created by: Edmond Spaeth
Record added: Nov 05, 2004
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- patricia daudelin mccraney
 Added: Mar. 12, 2016
- Teddi Kella-Fuller
 Added: Apr. 1, 2015
The 4th Air Commando Squadron, based at Nha Trang, SVN, maintained a detachment at Ubon RTAFB, Thailand, in order to allow operations along the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos. On 3 June 1966 one of the Ubon gunships, AC-47 tail number 43-48925, departed on a n...(Read more)
- Billy M. Brown
 Added: Jun. 1, 2012
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