YARBROUGH, WILLIAM P. Jr. REMAINS RETURNED Name: William P. Yarbrough Jr. Rank/Branch: O4/United States Navy Unit: VA 85 Date of Birth: 25 May 1923 Home City of Record: Abilene TX Date of Loss: 19 January 1967 Country of Loss: North Vietnam Loss Coordinates: 195800 North 1055200 East Status (in 1973): Missing in Action Category: 2 Aircraft/Vehicle/Ground: A6A, Tail #151590 REFNO: 0575 Other Personnel in Incident: A;llen Brady, returnee Source: Compiled by P.O.W. NETWORK 06 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: PROBABLY DEAD SYNOPSIS: William Yarbrough and Pilot Allen Brady were flying an A6A near Thanh Hoa when their aircraft received Anti-Aircraft Artillery fire damage. Both ejected, but observers atated that the "streamers" on Yarbrough's chute did not open. Allen Brady was captured. William Yarbrough was on the 69 list of PW's per the bracelet organization "VIVA" (Voices in Vital America). The organization began with family members of POW and MIAs. Allen Brady came home on March 14, 1973 after five years in captivity. On August 14, 1985, William Yarbrough remains were returned to the United States.