Greene County, Arkansas
Vietnam Veterans

This is a list of a few of our Vietnam Veterans from Greene County if you have more names to add please send them to us and we will add them. Our hats are off to those that served and the loved ones we lost.

Larry Clifford

Galen Lawrence

Mickey Hoggard

Harold Smith

Verlon "Butch"Bishop

Donald Smith

Herman Ewing

Danny Ray Greer

Dennis Owen

Jesse C. Howard

Charlotte Hawkins Williams

Larry Cole

Raymond Laramore

Jim Cunningham

Floyd Parkinson

Robert Martin

Patrick Dement

Leslie Ashby

Dewey Hughes

Mickey Brewer

Donald Smith

Jim Hudson

Bob Lee

Frank Curtis

Robert Moore

James Hunn

Don Ford

Don Ford

George Cook

David Exum

Lester Bates

Charles Akes

Eugene Prince

Butch Bishop

Bob Lee

Donald Foster

Robert Harper

Don Cathey

Darrell Windell Ford

Lee Ross

Gary Thomas

Jerry Richardson

Dwight Akins

Jery Jordan

Danny Shields

Danny McDaniel

Eugene Allred

Steve Branch

Philip Maxwell

Kerry Urbanek

Jerry Swain

Carlos Reddick

William Wolf

Vernall Huffman

Chester Morten

Gerald Freligh

Gerald Freligh

James Rainbolt

Richard Carroll

Lee Presley

Mike Ford

Terry Brinkley

Charles Hart

Andy Branch

Robert Camp

Randall Mobley

Tommy Smalling

Murl White

Murl White

Donald Cook

James Edward Thompson

James M. "Jim" Biggs

Jason Beasley

John "Sonny" Reynolds, U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army, 1953-1973, with
assignments in Vietnam and Japan and other locations.
John Scott "Scotty" Biggs, U.S. Air Force, 1978-1983.
Robert Steven Walden, U.S. Air Force, 1968-1990.
Gary Allen Biggs, National Guard Service
Harold Don Reddick, National Guard Service
Doyle A. Reddick, National Guard Service
Jesse Dale Huffman , Two Tours of Duty


Charles V. L. Morgan 66 to 68
Johnnie Marvin Norton. Current address is RT 2   
Box 295 Augusta Ar. 72006 (870) 347-5203
Ora Gene Nettles --Vietnam Veteran, 
Vietnamese Airborne Division, 1970-71

Kenneth Leland Crow
    SP4-E4-Army-Selective Service
    199th Light Infantry Brigade
    Born 6/7/1949, Stonewall, Greene, AR
    Tour of Duty began on Sept. 8, 1969
    Casualty was on April 18, 1970 in Bien Hoa, South Vietnam
    Hostile, Ground Casualty
    Multiple fragmentation wounds
    Body was recovered
    Son of Virgil and Lola Crow

John Edward Cook
     1st AVN BDE
     Born on Aug. 13, 1946 Paragould, AR (Gainesville)
     Tour of Duty began January 14, 1969
     Casualty date:  10/21/1969 in Pleiku, South Vietnam
     Non-hostile, died of injuries
     Helicopter-Crew air loss, crash on land
     Body was recovered
     Son of Clarence and Maudie Cook

Lee E. Veteto, First Lieutenant, USMC (Retired)
3209 White Oak Drive,
Paragould, AR. 71450
(870) 215 - 0106
Enlisted U.S. Marine Corps June 9, 1955 in Peoria, Illinois
Retired November 30, 1977. Held Enlisted ranks Private - Master Sergeant. awarded Combat Commission to 2d Lieutenant October 1968 in Vietnam.
Area of Vietnam service Quang Tri province November 1967 - January 1969
Combat decorations include Bronze Star w/"V", Purple Heart (Wia May 7, 1968), Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, numerous service ribbons.

Raised in the Coffman area, Greene County.
Son of Ida Fletcher Veteto Smith


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