Scott Winfield JonesSergeant
36TH USARV TRNG BN (EX B-36), SPECIAL FORCES
Army of the United States
17 December 1947 - 20 April 1971
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The database page for Scott Winfield Jones
Scott is on the right, wearing the hat.
Scott Jones was everything a "green beret" was supposed to be. He served with distinction at Dak Pek, and left only when the team was yanked out. He wanted badly to get back to his friends among the mountain people, or at least to stay in Viet Nam. Only this last wish was granted. The day he died, America lost a brave soldier. His family and friends lost much more than that.
Sergeant, United States Army,
was buried on 30 April 1971 in
Section OS-A 6, Plot 1,
San Francisco National Cemetery,
San Francisco, California,
among other men of courage and integrity.
I never met my Uncle Scott Jones.
From his nephew Mark.
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a friend and teammate,
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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
Last updated 11/13/2010