Records of US military officers and soldiers who were reported as casualties as a result of either a hostile or non-hostile occurrence or who were missing in action or prisoners of war that were returned alive during the Vietnam War. Details within the military history collection may include: First name, last name, gender, death date, category, birth date, service number, religion, pay grade, marital status, race, residence, and other information.
Data provided by the National Archives at College Park, Maryland from Record Group 330, Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, 1921-2008.
Vietnam War Casualties Returned Alive is a special collection of military records detailing service people thought to have died overseas, and yet returned home to the US. This relatively small military records collection contains 771 names.