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Killed In Action, Missing In Action, & Died In Service
Robert Stanley Liszcz
SP4 Liszcz died in Binh Duong, South Vietnam on 3/16/1967 during the Vietnam War - Battle for Cu Chi as a member of HQ-HHC . The soldier's injury type or status was recorded as 'Multiple Fragmentation Wounds'. Liszcz originated from Hempstead, New York .
On March 16, 1967, between 0135 and 0200 hours, 150 rounds of 60mm, 82mm mortar and 75mm RR rounds were received on the 196th LIB command post located at the French Fort. 4 men were killed and 22 were wounded. One of those killed was a Bobcat at the battalion's rear supply area, which was also located at the fort. 2 Bobcats from the unit were also among the wounded. Units of the battalion cleared and secured roads and then conducted convoy escort from the junction of Highways 4 and 247, south to the French Fort. At 1320 hours, the Recon Platoon located an AT mine in the road at XT 270766 and blew it in place.