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Col Stanley Henry Horne
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Col Stanley Henry Horne

In Memory of…....... Col. Stanley Henry Horne.
*** Stanley Horne's remains were returned to our family in 1990 following a turnover of 10 sets of remains.
* * * Burial:Roselawn Memorial Park-Monona, Wisconsin,
*** Colonel Horne was a member of the 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron. On January 14, 1968, he was the pilot of a Thunderchief Fighter (F-105D) on a mission near Yen Bai, Nhgia Lo Province, North Vietnam, when his aircraft was shot down by hostile fire. Remains Returned 08 April 1990 - ID Announced 14 November 1990. His name is inscribed on the Courts of the Missing at the Honolulu Memorial.


You may be gone, no longer living on this earth; but you will live on - in the memories of your family and friends. There will always be a part of you living in those who knew you. You will live on because we remember you!


STANLEY HENRY HORNE - Air Force - COL - O6
Age: 42
Race: Caucasian
Date of Birth May 19, 1926 in Los Angeles, CA
Joined service - 1945 - Ft Lewis, Washington, US
From: LOS ANGELES, CA
Marital Status: Married - Geraldine M. "Gerry" Clark Horne. Birth: Oct. 9, 1933 - Death: Nov. 6, 2014, daughter of Roy and Hilda Clark.
Parents: Father, Henry Charles Horne and Mother, Martha Emily Britton Horne (born Britton). HENRY was born on March 23 1888, in Paddington, London, England. Martha was born on January 8 1894, in Ramsgate, Kent, England and Died in 1985 at the age of 91 yrs..
He had 4 siblings: Emily Kathleen, Leonard Charles Horne, Born March 5, 1924 in West Saticoy,CA and Died June 25, 2002 in El Centro,CA, He was cremated and NO CEMETERY and 2 others..

***** Elena G - Granddaughter
I miss you everyday
You will never be forgotten, Grandpa Stanley. I love you, rest in peace.

***** Stanley Horne's remains were returned to our family in 1990 following a turnover of 10 sets of remains. There was no doubt in our minds that one of these sets was his remains. A memorial service was held and he was honored well.
D. Horne - relative

***** "United States World War II Army Enlistment Records"
Name: Stanley H Horne
Name (Original): HORNE STANLEY H
Event Type: Military Service
Event Date: 27 Nov 1945
Term of Enlistment: One year enlistment
Event Place: Ft Lewis, Washington, United States
Race: White
Citizenship Status: citizen
Birth Year: 1926
Birthplace: CALIFORNIA
Education Level: Grammar school
Civilian Occupation:
Marital Status: Single, with dependents
Military Rank: Private First Class




COL - O6 - Air Force - Reserve
Length of service 26 years
His tour began on Aug 27, 1967
Casualty was on May 25, 1979
In , NORTH VIETNAM
Hostile, died while missing, FIXED WING - PILOT
AIR LOSS, CRASH ON LAND

Body was recovered
Panel 34E - Line 49

Other Personnel in Incident: (none missing)


Maj. Stanley H. Horne was the pilot of an F105D Thunderchief dispatched on a mission over North Vietnam on January 14, 1968.

At a point on the Red River near the city of Yen Bai in Nhgia Lo Province, Horne's aircraft was shot down and he was never seen again.

Horne was declared Missing in Action.



In April 1990, remains were recovered which were subsequently identified as being those of Stanley Henry Horne. In November of the same year, the U.S. officially announced his return home after 22 years.



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Family Members

Spouse
Gravesite Details Burial:Roselawn Memorial Park-Monona, Wisconsin, Mausoleum column: 2 Space: 1

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  • Created by: Eddieb
  • Added: 20 Oct 2012
  • Find A Grave Memorial 99294272
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Col Stanley Henry Horne (19 May 1926–14 Jan 1968), Find A Grave Memorial no. 99294272, citing Honolulu Memorial, Honolulu, Honolulu County, Hawaii, USA ; Maintained by Eddieb (contributor 46600350) .