Gould, Warren Lee, Maj Fallen
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Last Rank
Last Unit
1966-1966, 13th Bombardment Squadron, Light
Service Years
1942 - 1966

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Home State
West Virginia
West Virginia
Year of Birth
Casualty Info
Home Town
Last Address
Bien Hoa AB

Casualty Date
Sep 19, 1966
Hostile, Died
Air Loss, Crash - Land
Quang Ngai
Vietnam War
Location of Interment
Friendship Cemetery - Berlin, West Virginia
Wall/Plot Coordinates
10E 118

 Official Badges 

WW II Honorable Discharge Pin

 Unofficial Badges 

 Military Association Memberships
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  2012, Vietnam Veterans Memorial [Verified] - Assoc. Page

 Tributes from Members  
Tribute posted by 457 Edwards, Scott, SSgt 124
Salute posted by 274 Martin, Cary L, MSgt 21
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Aviator (Senior)

 Unit Assignments
405th Fighter Wing35th Tactical Fighter Wing13th Bombardment Squadron, Light
  1966-1966, 405th Fighter Wing
  1966-1966, 35th Tactical Fighter Wing
  1966-1966, 13th Bombardment Squadron, Light
 Colleges Attended 
West Virginia University
  1941-1941, West Virginia University
 My Aircraft/Missiles
B-57 Canberra  
  1966-1966, B-57 Canberra
 Combat and Operations History
  1942-1945 World War II
  1950-1953 Korean War
  1965-1966 Vietnam War2
 Additional Information
Last Known Activity
Maj Warren Lee Gould, Pilot and Capt William Sheldon Davis, who was navigating their B-57B, were returning from a daytime strike against Viet Cong targets. When the aircraft was 10 miles southwest of Gun Lai it sustained several hits from ground fire in the fuselage and crashed near Tra Bang, killing both crew.

Source: Narrative from Charlie Weinert, USAFA 1969, who compiled the information from the AOG Register of Graduates/fellow graduates and excerpts from Vietnam Air Losses by Chris Hobson, Midland Publishing

"Warren Lee Gould graduated from Weston High School and attended WVU in WWII until he enlisted in the Air Force and became a pilot of fighter and bomber planes in the Asiatic Pacific Theatre. At the end of the war, he was with one of the first units to occupy Japan. Upon being discharged, he continued his education at WVU from where he graduated. He also did post graduate work at Ohio State University. At the beginning of the Korean War he was called back into the service as a pilot and while in Korea he received the Syngman Rhee Medal of Honor, along with the Distinguished Flying Cross. At the time of his death he was stationed in the Philippines and the Vietnam Theatre....Source: http://www.wvculture.org

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