LUM, DAVID ANTHONY
Name: David Anthony Lum
Branch/Rank: United States Air Force/O2
Unit:
Date of Birth: 24 November 1940
Home City of Record: HONOLULU HI
Date of Loss: 20 December 1966
Country of Loss: South Vietnam
Loss Coordinates: 162000 North  1131543 East
Status (in 1973): Killed In Action/Body Not Recovered
Category: 5
Aircraft/Vehicle/Ground: F4C #0698
Missions:
Other Personnel in Incident:
Refno: 0552
Source: Compiled by P.O.W. NETWORK from one or more of the following: raw
data from U.S. Government agency sources, correspondence with POW/MIA
families, published sources, interviews and CACCF = Combined Action
Combat Casualty File. Updated 2004
REMARKS:
CACCF/CRASH AT SEA/PILOT/3 YRS USAF/OFFSHORE MR1
No further information available at this time.
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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARBULLETIN.COM
Jeanette Chun, left, and her parents, David and Mary Lum, proudly hold a
picture of brother and son 1st Lt. David Lum in front of his F4-C Phantom
jet. David was shot down over the South China Sea on Dec. 20, 1966, and was
reported missing in action on his 83rd mission at the age of 26.
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The search for closure
Families of servicemen listed as
missing in action hear about
efforts to bring them home
By Gregg K. Kakesako
gkakesako@starbulletin.com
Jeanette Chun shivers every time she thinks about that December afternoon 38
years ago when she saw two Air Force officers standing outside the screen
door of her McCully home......
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RICHARD WALKER / RWALKER@STARBULLETIN.COM
Francis Hapenney looked over letters from Cpl. Sidney K. Kaui after a
briefing by the Department of Defense Prisoner of War/POW Missing Personnel
Office at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Kaui's sister Elsie A. Pahia, center,
and her daughter Patsy Hapenney (Francis' wife) are at left.
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....Even her son, David, who was named after her missing brother, also chose to
serve in the Gulf War as a Kiowa helicopter scout. "I didn't want him to
join the military," Chun said, "but that is something he always wanted to
do.".....http://starbulletin.com/2004/03/07/news/story6.html