Vietnam remains returned to families

October 1998
Airman;Oct98, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p13
Reports that the remains of Major William H. Condit Jr. and 1st Lt. Terry M. Reed, two US Air Force Vietnam casualties, are to be returned to their families for burial. Events leading to their death; Number of American casualties identified since the end of the war in Southeast Asia.


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