Robert Lee Mc Caig
Specialist Four
A CO, 2ND BN, 502ND INFANTRY, 101ST ABN DIV, USARV
Army of the United States
Florence, Alabama
May 30, 1947 to May 08, 1966
ROBERT L Mc CAIG is on the Wall at Panel 7E, Line 40

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Silver Star Citation below for SP4 Robert Lee Mc Caig provides circumstances surrounding the events which caused the death of Specialist Mc Caig. In addition to the loss of SP4 Mc Caig, PFC Stephen Joseph Steriti, another member of A Company, from Boston, Massachusetts, was also lost in action.

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SP4 Robert Lee Mc Caig was buried in Ingram Cemetery, also known as Ingram-Thornton Cemetery or Thornton Cemetery located on County Road 569, Lauderdale Country, Alambama.

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Lauderdale County Alabama lost 33 men in the Vietnam War. Visit our groups and units page to view the Lauderdale County Vietnam Memorial Plaque with the names of those men who made the ultimate sacrifice in service of the United States of America.

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