John Kim Vogelsang
Private First Class
A CO, 2ND BN, 5TH CAVALRY, 1ST CAV DIV, USARV
Army of the United States
St Louis Park, Minnesota
October 09, 1945 to June 06, 1969
JOHN K VOGELSANG is on the Wall at Panel W23, Line 94

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20 Jul 1998

Remembering my Dad

John Kim Vogelsang

I would like to hear from people who knew my father in school,
Army training at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, or in Vietnam.

Kim Vogelsang Gilligan
kvgilligan@gmail.com


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2nd Battalion, 5th Cavalry Regiment

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First Air Cavalry Division.


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Sons and Daughters In Touch

 

06 Jun 2006

John, it is a pleasure to know your daughter. She does you proud.
We who served know that those who waited paid a price as well.
Rest knowing YOU did well.

A sailor from Our time.

From a friend.
drgnu23@gmail.com

 

PFC John Kim Vogelsang had started his tour in Vietnam on May 22, 1969 and was killed a little over two weeks later, June 6, when an unknown size enemy force attacked a Forward Operating Point he and his unit was manning. He was awarded the Bronze Star.

He is buried at the Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was survived by his wife Susan M and parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vogelsang, all from St. Louis Park, Minnesota.

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