Raymond George CzerwiecStaff Sergeant
A CO, 3RD BN, 12TH INF RGT, 4 INF DIV
Army of the United States
21 February 1944 - 28 April 1976
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The database page for Raymond George Czerwiec
I have worn your bracelet for many years
I hope someday we will all know
GOD BLESS YOU WHEREVER YOU MAY BE.
From one who wears his MIA bracelet.
I've worn your name since May 1988, when I received it in Germany. I've had to replace the original one because it broke due to wearing it In Your Memory. I wear two names, Yours and SGT Jerry W Hendrix. The two of you will be in my thoughts and prayers until ee meet one day.
THE MISSIONOn 27 March 1969 "A" Company, 3/12th Infantry, was conducting a reconnaissance-in-force mission in a mountainous area near the Cambodian border. The company encountered a heavily entrenched enemy force and was forced to withdraw with a number of people missing. A second unsuccessful attempt to enter the area was made on the afternoon of 27 March. At the end of the day eight men of Alpha 3/12 were unaccounted for:
On 28 April 1976, the Secretary of the Army approved a Presumptive Finding of Death for Raymond Czerwiec; a similar action was taken on 31 August 1978 for Clarence Latimer. The remains of the two men have not been repatriated.
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Channing Prothro, former CAP Marine
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