Body Recovered in 1974; buried in Saint Pauls Episcopal Church Cemetery
Summerville (Dorchester County), South Carolina 
See Find a Grave:

Name: Barry Kenneth Allmond
Rank/Branch: O3/US Air Force
Date of Birth: 02 February 1946
Home City of Record: Ft. Worth TX
Date of Loss: 11 May 1972
Country of Loss: South Vietnam
Loss Coordinates:
Status (in 1973): Prisoner of War
Acft/Vehicle/Ground: Unknown
Other Personnel in Incident: unknown

Source: Compiled by Homecoming II Project  15 March 1991 from one
or more of the following: raw data from U.S. Government agency sources,
correspondence with POW/MIA families, published sources, interviews. Updated
by the P.O.W. NETWORK. 2020


CACCF - Remains recovered - died while missing. Listed on WALL, but not as
POW/MIA - no record of remains returned, not on DIA remains returned list.

SYNOPSIS: In a war with millions of U.S. participants, clerical and other
errors in records are inevitable. Perhaps clerical error can explain the
case of Captain Barry K. Allmond.

Allmond, an Air Force Captain, was reported missing in South Vietnam on May
11, 1972. The Department of Defense maintained him in Prisoner of War status
from at least July 1972 until October 1973, but declined to discuss his case
at that time with interested POW/MIA accountability groups.

By 1978, Allmond's name had disappeared off all U.S. Government lists
without public explanation. In 1991, Allmond's name appears on the Vietnam
Veterans Memorial without POW/MIA designation.