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Killed In Action, Missing In Action, & Died In Service
Ronald William Panno
CPL Panno died in Binh Duong, South Vietnam on 8/17/1969 during the Vietnam War as a member of Alpha Company . The soldier's injury type or status was recorded as 'Other Explosive Device'. Panno originated from Saint Cloud, Minnesota .
On August 17, 1969, Company B was providing security for Rome Plow cutting operations 3 kilometers southeast of Trang Bang. At 1320 hours, the company requested a Dust-off for one Bobcat with shrapnel wounds to his left arm. At 1400 hours, Company A requested a Dust-off. An APC from the company had detonated what was estimated to be a 100 pound mine three kilometers northwest of Cu Chi Base Camp at XT 624184. Five Bobcats were wounded and the APC was a combat loss. One of the wounded Bobcats from Company A died of his wounds in hospital later that day.