Emil Max MiltnovichCorporal
174TH AHC, 14TH AVN BN, 16TH AVN GRP, AMERICAL DIV
Army of the United States
24 January 1953 - 25 September 1971
Rock Springs, Wyoming
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Max, If tears could bring you back you would of been here a long time ago.
You will never know how you have touched my heart and how your memory lives in it. I will always remember the sweet and thoughtful friend you were.
You were very brave and I am proud of you.
God bless until we meet again. I have a lot to tell you.
Your friend, Vicki
A Note from The Virtual WallOn 25 September 1971 Corporal Miltnovich was flying as door gunner when he was hit and killed by enemy fire as his Huey was hovering over an LZ southeast of LZ Professional. Although the casualty record indicates the Huey crashed, it did not; Cpl Miltnovich was the only casualty. He was the Company's Operations Clerk and was the last soldier from the 174th AHC to die in Vietnam.
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Last updated 08/10/2009