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Killed In Action, Missing In Action, & Died In Service
Frederick Curt Bullington
SP4 Bullington died in South Vietnam on 5/30/1966 during the Vietnam War - Battle for Cu Chi as a member of Bravo Company . The soldier's injury type or status was recorded as 'Gun, Small Arms Fire'. Bullington originated from Spencer, Virginia .
On May 30, 1966 a Bobcat from Company B died from the wounds he received on May 7, 1966 On May 7, 1966, Company B, with one platoon of tanks attached, conducted a one day reconnaissance operation in the southern Boi Loi Woods code named “Sitting Bull.” At 1205 hours, the force engaged some VC in a trench line. At the end of the engagement 1 Bobcat was killed and 22 were wounded. 12 of the WIAs were evacuated and the others were treated and returned to duty.