Of the following list of Floridians lost from the Vietnam War, 25 were lost in South Vietnam, 22 in Laos, 18 in North Vietnam and 4 in Cambodia. The whereabouts of Capt Speicher from Desert Storm is unknown. In case you are wondering, Ho Chi Minh City and Saigon are one and the same.
Of the 69 missing from the Vietnam War, 53 were aircraft losses, 2 sea craft, and 14 ground losses. Capt Speicher was piloting an FA-18 when he went missing the first night of the Gulf War.
Note: My Honor Pages include those from the above States as well
LAST NAME, FIRST, MI,
NOTE: Randolph J. Ard's remains were returned in October 2004.
NOTE: Ralph C. Bisz's remains were returned in June 2008.
Brasher, Jimmy Mac (Texas)
NOTE: Lost with Robert Pittman
NOTE: Michael J. Brellenthin's remains were returned in 1969. He was buried in a mass grave in St. Louis.
Brenneman, Richard C. (Indiana)
NOTE: I listed Lt Col Brenneman because he was from the town I grew up in. He returned safely home after 5 1/2 years captivity. I still remember the occasion although I was in grade school.
NOTE: William E. Dillender's remains were returned in Feb 2006.
NOTE: Thomas E. Dunlop's remains were returned in May 2003.
Eby, Robert G. (Civilian)
NOTE: Rodney H. Gott's remains were returned in January 1973. He was buried in a mass grave in St. Louis.
NOTE: Thomas T. Hart III's remains were returned in February 1985.
Hoff, Michael G. (Also listed as Home State of Oregon)
NOTE: Jacob E. Mercer's remains were returned in October 1993.
NOTE: Malcolm T. Miller's remains were returned in February 2005.
Moore, Thomas (Louisiana)
NOTE: Captured along with Samuel Adams
NOTE: David J. Phillips, Jr's. remains were returned in April 2004.
Speicher, Michael S. (Missing from Operation Desert Storm)
Note: Major Young's remains were identified and returned in June 2008.