ST PIERRE, DEAN PAUL
Name: Dean Paul St Pierre
Branch/Rank: United States Air Force/O3
Unit:
Date of Birth: 30 October 1941
Home City of Record: KANKAKEE IL
Date of Loss: 22 May 1968
Country of Loss: North Vietnam
Loss Coordinates: 173330 North 1060815 East
Status (in 1973): Missing in Action
Category: 2
Aircraft/Vehicle/Ground: F4D #0246
Missions:
Other Personnel in Incident:
Refno: 1188
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.  2015
REMARKS:
CACCF/CRASH/PILOT
No further information available at this time.
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Library of Congress files:
NVN: finding of death upon subsequent review of status
Country: NVN
Name: st pierre, dean p
Subjects: Aircraft downed; Missing; Killed
Comments: includes staff summary sheet dated 26 nov 73.
Reel: 181
Page: 37-40
Type of Document: Miscellaneous
Date of Report: 73 11 23
Date of Information: 68 05 22
Originator: USAF
Category: Casualty files

NVN: missing persons supplementary report, af form 484
Country: NVN
Name: st pierre, dean p
Subjects: Aircraft downed; Missing; Crash site; quang khe
Comments: includes witness statements
Reel: 181
Page: 28-31
Type of Document: Miscellaneous
Date of Report: 68 06 11
Date of Information: 68 05 22
Originator: USAF
Category: Casualty files
NVN: biographic/site report as of 03 july 1991
Country: NVN
Name: st pierre, dean p
Subjects: quang binh province; Aircraft downed; Missing; Killed
Reel: 181
Page: 54-56
Type of Document: Miscellaneous
Date of Report: 91 07 03
Date of Information: 68 05 22
Originator: jcrc
Category: Casualty files
 
 
Subject: Submission
Date: Tue, 14 Jul 2015 19:35:06 +0000
From: William M. Killian

 

Here are some details from 2 MIA's that are lacking in your database:

On May 22, 1968, a U.S. Air Force McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II (660246) from the 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing based at the Ubon Royal Thai Air Force Base was on a mission flown by CAPT John H. Crews III and 1LT Dean P. St. Pierre. While attacking a truck convoy on a road 20 miles west of Dong Hoi, their aircraft was hit by 85mm anti-aircraft fire. Both crewmen were listed as KIA and no remains were recovered. [Taken from ejection-history.org.uk]
 

Regards,

 

William M. Killian

Social Studies Department Co-Chair

Pioneer Valley High School