GOODRICH, EDWIN R. REMAINS RETURNED 04/18/85 Name: Edwin R. Goodrich Rank/Branch:O3/United States Air Force, pilot Unit:11th TRS Date of Birth: 06 November 1935 Home City of Record: Orlean NY Date of Loss: 12 March 1967 Country of Loss: North Vietnam Loss Coordinates: 205700 North 1045700 East Status (in 1973): Missing in Action Category: 2 Aircraft/Vehicle/Ground: RF4C Other Personnel in Incident: John W. Clark, returnee Source: Compiled by P.O.W. NETWORK April 1997 from one or more of the following: raw data from U.S. Government agency sources, correspondence with POW/MIA families, published sources, interviews. REMARKS: POSS KIA DURING CAPTURE John Clark had flown more than sixty missions over North Vietnam when he and pilot Edwin Goodrich were downed by AAA on 12 March 1967 in western Hoa Binh Province in North Vietnam. Both ejected, Goodwin was injured. Clark was captured almost immediately by swarms of militia. Clark remained in North Vietnam for almost six years during which time he contracted malaria. Edwin Clark was released on February 18, 1973. Goodrich was not so lucky. Although records indicated his survival after capture was unlikely due to his injuries, his remains were not returned home until August 14, 1985.