Charles Warner Becker
Private First Class
A CO, 1ST BN, 28TH INFANTRY, 1ST INF DIV, USARV
Army of the United States
Minooka, Illinois
November 02, 1949 to September 14, 1969
CHARLES W BECKER is on the Wall at Panel W18, Line 83

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Charles W Becker
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23 Jun 2007

To our friend and classmate - Charlie Becker. He was a nice, fun guy who drove a hot orange car! All who knew you here in Minooka and Channahon will always miss you and the life you never got to live.

From a friend.
cldrtd@aol.com


 

A Note from The Virtual Wall

On 14 Sep 1969 the 1st Battalion, 28th Infantry lost nine men in Binh Duong Province - one to enemy fire and eight to the accidental detonation of a US Claymore mine. The eight who died in the accident were
  • SSG Joseph V. Mathias, Moline, IL, HQ Company
  • SGT Daniel P. Ratledge, Mineral, CA, B Company
  • SP4 Leonard L. Potts, St Louis, MO, B Company
  • SP4 Jeffrey J. Johns, Anoka, MN, E Company
  • SP4 Tony E. Scoggins, Graham, NC, E Company
  • PFC Charles W. Becker, Minooka, IL, A Company
  • PFC Paul W. Murphy, Atlanta, GA, D Company
  • PFC Walter E. Heyer, Warren, MI, E Company
The ninth man killed that day was SP4 Gary K. Stanfield of Chanute, Kansas; he was killed by an enemy grenade.

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