James Leslie Moreland
Sergeant First Class
DET B-16 (1ST MSFC), C CO, 5TH SF GROUP, USARV
Army of the United States
Anaheim, California
September 29, 1945 to June 05, 1978
(Incident Date February 07, 1968)
JAMES L MORELAND is on the Wall at Panel 38E, Line 7

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James L Moreland

SFC JAMES LESLIE MORELAND


James L Moreland

SFC JAMES LESLIE MORELAND

 
03 Apr 1999

REMEMBERED

on my
memorial to a friend.

Bob Jacobs
rbtjacobs@hotmail.com


 
14 Feb 2005

Even if I never got a chance to ever meet my great-uncle, I will always love him. My grandmother loved him and tells stories about how they used to play with each other. I bet he was great at his job during the war. My grandmother misses him very much. Sitting here looking at his badges, I hope he is watching over us.

From his grandnephew,
Clinton Casity
E-mail address is not available.


 

A Note from The Virtual Wall

James Moreland was one of ten Americans killed, captured, or missing after the fall of the Lang Vei Special Forces Camp during the 1968 Tet Offensive. They were
  • Captured, released 1973:
    • SFC Harvey G. Brande (Silver Star)
    • SSgt Dennis L. Thompson (Silver Star)
    • SP5 William G. McMurray (Silver Star)

  • Missing in Action:
  • Killed in Action:
    • SFC Eugene Ashley, Wilmington, NC (Medal of Honor)
    • SFC Earl F. Burke, Uniontown, PA (Silver Star)
The remains of Sergeants Hanna and Lindewald were repatriated on 15 Jan 2004 and positive identification announced on 08 Sep 2004; see SFC Hanna's memorial or Mr. Jacobs' site for further information.

Visit John Dennison's
Medics on the Wall
memorial which honors the
Army Medics and Navy Corpsmen who died in Vietnam.


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