Mulhauser, Harvey, Capt

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1966-1967, 1053A, 12th Air Commando Squadron
Service Years
1957 - 1967

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Casualty Date
Jan 31, 1967
Hostile, Died
Air Loss, Crash - Land
Vietnam War
Location of Interment
Arlington National Cemetery - Arlington, Virginia
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14E 101

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7th Air Force315th Air Commando Wing12th Air Commando Squadron
  1966-1967, 1053A, 7th Air Force
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  1966-1967, 1053A, 12th Air Commando Squadron
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  1966-1967 Vietnam Air Offensive Campaign (1966-67)
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C-123 Provider  
  1966-1967, C-123 Provider
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Captain Harvey Mulhauser was a navigator with the 12th Air Commando Squadron aboard a UC-123B which was sent on a defoliation mission on 31 January 1967.  

The crew that day included
Major Lloyd F. Walker, pilot
Capt. Howard L. Barden, navigator
Capt. Roy R. Kubley, co-pilot
Capt. Harvey Mulhauser, navigator
Airman 1st Class Ronald K. Miyazaki, flight mechanic.

The aircraft had leveled off and started spraying when it suddenly inverted and crashed. Further investigation revealed that hostile fire struck the propeller causing the crash. The crash occurred about 5 miles south-southwest of Sepone in Savannakhet Province, Laos. All crewmembers were eventually determined to have been killed in the crash of the aircraft. . .

In 26 August 1992, a joint U.S./Lao team surveyed the aircraft's reported crash site. Witnesses and wreckage appeared to correlate the site to this loss incident but there were no remains or personal effects discovered. One witness reported having seen burned bone fragments on the scene but none were found during the joint team's visit.

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