David Stanley PriceSergeant
LIMA 85 (1043RD RADAR EVAL SQDN), 7TH AF
United States Air Force
14 July 1941 - 11 March 1968
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The database page for David Stanley Price
David S. Price is the name that is on my POW/MIA bracelet that I purchased when I was in high school in the late 1980's and wore through my college career at North Georgia College (The Senior Military College of Georgia). Even though I did not live through the Vietnam War, I have always been taught to respect the men and women who served there and in any other capacity for the military. I always wondered what happened to David Price and today I stumbled onto this website and was able to read a synopsis of the events of his apparent death. Every man on the Wall deserves a tribute, no exceptions. I pray that David Price and his family have found peace in the years since the war.
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A Note from The Virtual WallLIMA 85 was a highly classified TSQ-81/TACAN site on a Laotian mountaintop near the North Vietnamese border. On 11 March 1968, eleven US Air Force men were lost when the site was overrun by the North Vietnamese - and a twelth was lost when his A-1E was shot down during rescue operations.
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 24 Apr 2008
Last updated 08/10/2009