Gregory Lee Anderson Missing in Action Vietnam January 28, 1970

Gregory Lee Anderson 

Staff Sergeant

Unit: 601st Photographic Flight 

Date of Birth: 27-Aug-47
Date of Death: 28-Jan-70
City: Wheaton
State: IL

Notes: Staff Sergeant Anderson was a member of the 601st Photographic Flight. On January 28, 1970, he was a passenger in a Siskorsky Sea Stallion Search and Rescue Helicopter (HH-53B) trying to rescue two downed airmen about 20 miles northeast of Mu Gia Pass, Laos. The helicopter was hit by a MiG and exploded. His remains were not recovered. His name is inscribed on the Courts of the Missing at the Honolulu Memorial. For more information:

Did you know Gregory Lee Anderson? Did you serve with him? Did you wear his bracelet? Do you have a story of him or photo to share?  If you can answer yes to any of those questions, please leave a comment, so all can know that he has not been forgotten.


1 comment:

Kevin Phelps said...

I am wearing SGT. Andersons Bracelet as I write this along with another MIA (PFC. James Michael Ray) they only come off is to bath or during surgery. Would like to let his family know that their Airman is remembered every day by me and every evening on a facebook group made up of Vets and their supporters. The group is called standdown and we have " formation every night at 1900 where we remember our Vets who have made the Ultimate sacrifice.