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USMC/COMBAT HELICOPTER ASSOCIATION
Brothers (& Sisters) Killed in Action in USMC Helicopters or while assigned to USMC Helicopter or Tiltrotor Squadrons in Vietnam



651003   HMM-261     Vietnam

Incident Date 651003 HMM-261 UH-34D - BuNo unknown - Hostile Fire - wounded

[CREW]
Millican, Malcolm Edward Sgt Crew Chief HMM-261 MAG-16 651117 (vvm 03E:086)


MILLICAN MALCOLM EDWARD : 1429907 : USMC : SGT : E5 : 6422 : 29 : ORLANDO : FL : 19651117 : Hostile Crash Land (died of wounds, Clark AFB Hospital, Philippines): Crew : body recovered : Quang Nam : 10 : 19360105 : Cauc : Protestant/married : 03E : 086


HMM-261 Command Chronology:
Sgt Malcolm E. Millican, 1429907, USMC, died at Clark Air Force Base Hospital, Philippine Islands on 17 Novenber 1965 of wounds received while serving as crew chief on 3 October 1965
Submitted by Casualties:,

Personal Narrative:
Sgt. Millican was the first life lost in HMM 261(65-66). He was sent to the Philippines where he died of wounds received in Vietnam.
Submitted by Dick Howard,

Sgt Malcolm Edward Millican, HMM-261:

http://www.mikehalley.com/vietnam/cruise/cruise1.htmbk


Submitted by MGySgt George Curtis, Popasmoke Admin


USMC/COMBAT HELICOPTER & TILTROTOR ASSOCIATION