Evaristo Sandoval
Sergeant
C CO, 1ST BN, 5TH INFANTRY, 25TH INF DIV, USARV
Army of the United States
Brownfield, Texas
February 05, 1947 to September 12, 1967
EVARISTO SANDOVAL is on the Wall at Panel 26E, Line 63

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Elements of the battalion conducted an airmobile combat assault and established a blocking position west of Go Dau Ha at XT 2532. Company A remained in the area of FSB Diane, providing security for engineer and artillery operations.

At 1445 hours, one Bobcat, SGT Sandoval, from Company C was killed by a "friendly" artillery long round.

At 1515 hours, a Hoi Chanh led Company C to a small ammunition cache at XT 252324. By 1800 hours, the battalion completed airmobile movement back to FSB Diane. The Recon Platoon provided security for FSB Carol located northwest of Go Dau Ha at XT 334357.

Sergeant Sandoval began his tour on November 25, 1966 and was killed in action almost 11 months later. He was survived by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Doreoteo Sandoval, Burlington Colorado. He is buried in Fairview Cemetery, Burlington. Records searched do not show who survived him besides his parents.

Evaristo Sandoval

- - The Virtual Wall, November 4, 2014

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