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Capt Ronnie George Lindstrom

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Capt Ronnie George Lindstrom

Birth
Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA
Death
2 Jun 1970 (aged 25)
Laos
Memorial Site*
Honolulu, Honolulu County, Hawaii, USA

* A structure erected in honor of someone whose remains lie elsewhere.

Plot
Courts of the Missing
Memorial ID
134990324 View Source

Ronnie George Lindstrom
Captain, U.S. Air Force
25th Tactical Fighter Squadron
Entered the Service From: Duluth, Minnesota
Date of Birth: June 14, 1944
Date of Death: January 02, 1970
Wars or Conflicts: Vietnam War
Memorialized: Courts of the Missing: Court A
Honolulu Memorial
National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific

Captain Lindstrom was a member of the 25th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Ubon Airbase, Thailand. On January 2, 1970, he was the pilot of a McDonnell Douglas Phantom II Fighter (F-4D) on an operational mission near the Sepone River in Savannakhet Province. Laos about 10 miles from the South Vietnam border, when his aircraft crashed. His remains were not recovered. His name is inscribed on the Courts of the Missing at the Honolulu Memorial
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Capt. John T. West and 1Lt. Ronnie G. Lindstrom were co-pilots of an F4D Phantom which departed as second aircraft in a flight of two from Ubon Airfield on January 2, 1970 on an operational mission over Laos.

As the aircraft were near the Sepone River in Savannakhet Province, about 10 miles from the border of South Vietnam, West and Lindstrom's aircraft was seen to crash. The flight leader saw the aircraft descend and saw the wreckage on the ground, but observed no parachutes. No emergency radio
beeper signals were heard to indicate West and Lindstrom safely ejected from the aircraft.

West and Lindstrom became two of nearly 600 Americans who disappeared in Laos during the Vietnam War.

Ronnie George Lindstrom
Captain, U.S. Air Force
25th Tactical Fighter Squadron
Entered the Service From: Duluth, Minnesota
Date of Birth: June 14, 1944
Date of Death: January 02, 1970
Wars or Conflicts: Vietnam War
Memorialized: Courts of the Missing: Court A
Honolulu Memorial
National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific

Captain Lindstrom was a member of the 25th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Ubon Airbase, Thailand. On January 2, 1970, he was the pilot of a McDonnell Douglas Phantom II Fighter (F-4D) on an operational mission near the Sepone River in Savannakhet Province. Laos about 10 miles from the South Vietnam border, when his aircraft crashed. His remains were not recovered. His name is inscribed on the Courts of the Missing at the Honolulu Memorial
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Capt. John T. West and 1Lt. Ronnie G. Lindstrom were co-pilots of an F4D Phantom which departed as second aircraft in a flight of two from Ubon Airfield on January 2, 1970 on an operational mission over Laos.

As the aircraft were near the Sepone River in Savannakhet Province, about 10 miles from the border of South Vietnam, West and Lindstrom's aircraft was seen to crash. The flight leader saw the aircraft descend and saw the wreckage on the ground, but observed no parachutes. No emergency radio
beeper signals were heard to indicate West and Lindstrom safely ejected from the aircraft.

West and Lindstrom became two of nearly 600 Americans who disappeared in Laos during the Vietnam War.

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