Scott D Henry

Army of the United States
01 May 1948 - 14 August 1968
Anaheim, California
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Combat Infantry

Purple Heart, National Defense, Vietnam Service, Vietnam Campaign

The database page for Scott D Henry

23 Oct 2007

Scott Henry was a classmate of mine at Loara High School in Anaheim California... He was a fun-loving guy who was friendly to all. His pride and joy was his '56 gun-metal grey Ford ... he left behind family and a lot of friends who miss him. Scott and I were not close friends but classmates and aquaintances. I learned of his loss when I returned from my tour in Northern Thailand. Scott was a good guy and I just want people to know he will always be remembered. I have visited his place on the Viet Nam Wall in Washington D.C. and also several times on the moving wall which has travelled throughout the U.S. Scott, you are not forgotten.

From a friend,
Tony Freund

A Note from The Virtual Wall

The 4th Infantry Division's Operational Report for the period Aug-Oct 1968 contains the following entry for 14 August:
"At 1820H [6:20 pm] in vicinity AT815200 3 & 4 [Platoons], A Co, 3d Battalion, 12th Infantry received a heavy weapons attack which included 75mm recoilless rifle and 82mm mortar fire. FAC [Forward Air Control] aircraft received heavy ground fire and was forced to return to Dak To with three hits."
That laconic entry doesn't tell the full story; costly to both sides, the engagement near FSB 29, 7 kilometers southwest of Ben Het, resulted in the deaths of 14 US soldiers:
  • A Co, 3rd Bn, 12th Infantry
    • 1LT Leo L. Hadley, Manhattan, KS
    • SFC Henryk T. Sulatycki, , GM
    • SGT Raymond L. Daniels, Starks, LA
    • CPL Robert I. Brown, New York, NY
    • SP4 Pedro J. Camacho-Rodriguez, Corozal, PR
    • CPL Scott D. Henry, Anaheim, CA
    • SP4 Gary L. Maloy, St Cloud, FL
    • SP4 John B. Mularz, Rochester, NY
    • SP4 Robert J. Santoro, Canada (medic, HHC w/ A/3/12)
    • PFC Roy L. Edelstein, Superior, WI
    • PFC Steve D. Lee, Rockford, IL
    • PFC Bobby L. Riley, Bradenton, FL
    • PFC Francis A. Schwarz, Chicago, IL

  • B Btry, 6th Bn, 29th Artillery
    • 1LT Daniel L. Neuburger, Ellis, KS, Forward Observer with A/3/12
The battalion lost another soldier from D Company, PFC Robert G. Cooper of Azusa, CA, in a separate engagement.

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a friend,
Tony Freund

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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 23 Oct 2007
Last updated 10/30/2007