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Air Force Deaths in or near Korea After the Cease Fire

 
The Korean War Educator is trying to account for Air Force deaths in Korea after the cease fire.  To add information to this as yet very sparse page, contact mailto:lynnita@thekwe.org or write Lynnita Brown, 111 E. Houghton Street, Tuscola, IL 61953.  Phone 217-253-4620.

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List of Casualties:

Airman Date of Death Cause of Death
O'Kelley, Capt. Stanley 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G (47-145 Little Red Ass) shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - died of wounds, shock, & exposure to elements in Sea of Japan.  Body recovered.
Wiggins, 1Lt. Lloyd Clayton 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
Keith, 1Lt. James Gordon 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - KIA
Stalnaker, 1Lt. Robert Eldon 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
Sanderson, 1Lt. Warren John 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
Ward, Capt. John Cyrus 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
Tejeda, Maj. Francisco Joseph 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
Beyer, 1Lt. Frank Ernest 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
Brown, MSgt. Francis Luther 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - died of injuries, shock, & exposure to elements in Sea of Japan.  Body recovered.
Gabree, SSgt. Donald Wayne 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
Goulet, A/1c Roland Edgar 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
Woods, A/2c James Edwin 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
Russell, A/2c Charles Joseph 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
Hill, SSgt. Donald George 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
Radelin, A/2c Earl Wilbur Jr. 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
Cays, 1Lt. Edmund Joseph 7/29/1953 Crew member of an RB-50G shot down by MiGs two days after the truce was signed - MIA
DuFort, Maj. Charles Richard 2/20/1954 Died of cerebral hemorrhage at Shaw AFB, South Carolina while serving in the US Air Force - Medical Corps Service.  From Leominster, Massachusetts, he is buried in St. Cecilia's Cemetery.
Connelly, SSgt. Robert E. 4/16/1954 Airplane crash
Curtis, A2c William J. 4/19/1954 Cause of death unknown by KWE - member of 605th Troop Carrier Squadron in Korea.  He was from Illinois.
Anderson, SSgt. Richard A. 5/24/1954 Airplane crash in foothill southwest of Mt. Halla-San on Cheju-do Island, Korea in adverse weather conditions
Blackwood, SSgt. Wiliford K. 5/24/1954 Airplane crash in foothill southwest of Mt. Halla-San on Cheju-do Island, Korea in adverse weather conditions
Ellen, 2Lt. Allen B. 5/24/1954 Airplane crash in foothill southwest of Mt. Halla-San on Cheju-do Island, Korea in adverse weather conditions
Merkett, 2Lt. Eugene D. Jr. 5/24/1954 Airplane crash in foothill southwest of Mt. Halla-San on Cheju-do Island, Korea in adverse weather conditions
Case, 2Lt. Donald Lee 6/11/1954 Second Lieutenant Case was a pilot with the 428th Fighter Bomber Squadron, 474th Fighter Bomber Group. On June 11, 1954, he had completed a target towing mission in a F-84 Thunderjet over Taegu, South Korea and dropped his target when his aircraft crashed into a hill. 
Smith, A1c Howard Lincoln 6/15/1954 Member of Motor Vehicle Squadron - killed in an automobile crash near where he was stationed
Wright, Lt. Stanley Jr. 7/28/1954 Helicopter pilot who died during search mission for crew of crashed F-94 fighter five miles southeast of Suwon, Korea.  Helicopter was H-19B #52-7482.
Cranmer, A/1c Vernon Elmer 7/28/1954 See Lt. Stanley Wright entry for details. Crew member.
Albert, LtCol. Joyce A. 7/28/1954 See Lt. Stanley Wright entry for details. Crew member.
Kidwell, Capt. Julian McDonough 7/28/1954 See Lt. Stanley Wright entry for details. Crew Member
Roberts, James Preston Waddell 7/28/1954 See Lt. Stanley Wright entry for details.  Chaplain.
Murphy, John F. Jr. 7/28/1954 One of two crew members in crash of F-94 (#51-5417) 5 miles northwest of Suwon AFB, South Korea.  Name of other crew member not yet found by KWE.  See also Lt. Stanley Wright entry.
Baker, A1c John Frederick 8/27/1954 Cause of death unknown by KWE.  He was from Northbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
Angulo, 2LT Sigfredo 11/7/1954 He and 10 other crew members of the B-29 known as Tiger Lil (42-94000) bailed out when the plane was shot down by Russian MiGs on November 11, 1954.  The other crew members survived. 
  8/18/1955 A USAF LT-6 utility training aircraft was shot down by North Korean ground fire after it inadvertently overflew the DMZ near North Korea.  The pilot, 2Lt. Guy H. Bumpus Jr., was wounded and captured.  An observer was killed.
Hood, Airman 2/C Argyl Wilbur Jr. 7/13/1956

See "Further Details" section

Arrowood, TSgt. Palmer D. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section

Beisty, A1c John E. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Davis, SSgt. Bobby R. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Disbrow, Maj. Loren C. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Ellis, A1c William H. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Fair, A1c Wayne J. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Fees, Capt. Rodger Alan 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Johnson, SSgt. Raymond D. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Kobayashi, 1Lt. Richard T. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Maxwell, A1c Harry S. Jr. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

McLaughlin, Capt. William J. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Rahaniotes, 2Lt. Peter J. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Sloan, A1c Leo J. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Swinehart, SSgt. Paul Winston 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Taylor, Capt. Pat P. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Trias, SSgt. Theodorus J. 9/10/1956

See "Further Details" section - Palmer Arrowood

Anderson, Lt. Colonel DeLynn Edward 4/20/1961

The aircraft was fired on by North Korean aircraft.  The pilot was killed when the aircraft crashed while attempting an emergency landing south of Seoul.

Mosenteen, Francis 4/1968 Co-pilot of an F4D USAF Phantom Jet that crashed 9 miles s. of Kwangju, Korea
Weaver, James Lee 4/1968 Pilot of an F4D USAF Phantom Jet that crashed 9 miles s. of Kwangju, Korea
Weeks, Jack Warren 6/05/1968 CIA pilot who flew the first mission to locate the missing USS Pueblo.  A former AF pilot, his A-12 (tail # 60-6932 or "Article 129") went down in the South China Sea en route to his home base at Kadena.  The spook plane and its pilot were lost during a Functional Checkout Flight.  Some details of this mission remain classified.
Overstreet, LCDR James Howard 4/15/1969 MIA - See "Further Details" section for mission details & crew list.
Ribar, LTJG Joseph R. 4/15/1969 KIA - body recovered.  See "Further Details" section.
Sweeney, AT1 Richard E. 4/15/1969 KIA - body recovered.  See "Further Details" section.
Dzema, Lt. John 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Gleason, Lt. Dennis B. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Perrottet, Lt. Peter P. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Singer, Lt. John H. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Taylor, Lt. Robert F. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Sykora, LTJG Robert J. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Wilkerson, LTJG Norman E. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Greiner, CPO Laverne A. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
McNamara, CPO Marshall H. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Smith, CPO Richard E. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Chartier, PO1 Steven C. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Colgin, PO1 Bernie J. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Connors, PO1 Bailard F. Jr. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Roach, PO1 James L. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Potts, PO1 John H. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Balderman, PO2 Louis F. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Horrigan, PO2 Dennis J. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Kincaid, PO2 Richard H. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Randall, PO2  Frederick A. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Tesmer, PO2 Stephen J. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Graham, PO2  Gene K. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Willis, PO2 David M. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Ducharme, PO3 Gary R. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Miller, PO3 John A. Jr. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Sundby, PO3 Philip D. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Prindle, AN Richard T. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Lynch, SSGT Hugh M. 4/15/1969 MIA.  See "Further Details" section.
Dade, John F. Jr. 10/26/1979 Non-Hostile
Golding, Frank D. 11/23/1979 Non-Hostile
Craver, Gregory S. 11/28/1979 Non-Hostile
Vosburg, John J. 11/28/1979 Non-Hostile
Bland, Anthony T. 1/13/1980 Non-Hostile
Chrostowski, William R. 2/12/1980 Non-Hostile
Powers, Matthew S. 6/21/1980 Non-Hostile
Griffin, Hal B. 9/02/1980 Non-Hostile
Santiago, Alberto 12/28/1980 Non-Hostile
Lamerson, Glindon R. 1/18/1981 Non-Hostile
Escobedo, Ruben S. 2/05/1981 Non-Hostile
Sapp, Robert B. 2/08/1981 Non-Hostile
Estridge, James Lynn 2/11/1981 Non-Hostile
Bassham, Stanley 4/09/1981 Non-Hostile
Schrebe, Willie L. Jr. 6/28/1981 Non-Hostile
Scheidegger, Edward J. 12/11/1981 Non-Hostile
Wilkins, Rickie C. 12/11/1981 Non-Hostile
Hawkins, John L. 12/20/1981 Non-Hostile
Drewes, Edward H. Jr. 3/20/1982 Non-Hostile
Franklin, Robert G. 4/04/1982 Non-Hostile
Holcomb, Lawrence M. 5/09/1982 Non-Hostile
Curtisrobinson, David L.B. 7/06/1982 Non-Hostile
Curry, Don M. 8/02/1982 Non-Hostile
Middleton, Arthur L. 8/02/1982 Non-Hostile
Harduvel, Theodore T. Jr. 11/15/1982 Non-Hostile
Payne, Rorer A. 9/06/1983 Non-Hostile
Warden, Samuel H. 11/12/1983 Non-Hostile
Rose, Myron D. 1/15/1984 Non-Hostile
Naeyaert, Richard A. 3/10/1984 Non-Hostile
Spence, Howard M. 3/10/1984 Non-Hostile
Opp, David L. 8/12/1984 Non-Hostile
Ehrgood, Edward L. Jr. 11/05/1984 Non-Hostile
Siering, Raymond H. Jr. 1/02/1985 Non-Hostile
McGilbra, Leon A. 1/31/1985 Non-Hostile
Paxton, Pat R. 3/20/1985 Non-Hostile
Bachman, Michael W. 3/29/1985 Non-Hostile
Dawson, Harold F. 5/26/1985 Non-Hostile
McKinsey, Mark A. 12/20/1985 Non-Hostile
Sharp, Michael B. 2/02/1986 Non-Hostile
Lozano, Enrique Jesus 4/05/1986 Non-Hostile
Crawford, Gary W. 4/27/1986 Non-Hostile
Young, James R. 8/20/1986 Non-Hostile
Duckworth, Ricky J. 9/02/1986 Non-Hostile
Berroth, Karl G. Jr. 9/29/1986 Non-Hostile
Bole, Christopher G. 10/13/1986 Non-Hostile
Segura, Michael B. 10/13/1986 Non-Hostile
Strauch, Donald Wallace Jr. 3/11/1987 Non-Hostile
Dietz, Gary Lynn 3/13/1987 Non-Hostile
Scott, Hughie Charles 3/24/1987 Non-Hostile
Oliarnyk, Walter Jr. 10/05/1987 Non-Hostile
Jackson, Michael Gary 3/14/1988 Non-Hostile
Sundve, Ronald Wayne Sr. 4/04/1988 Non-Hostile
Mullins, David Ronald 5/11/1988 Non-Hostile
Wilkerson, Richard Layfette 6/06/1988 Non-Hostile
Williams, Darren Tyrone 9/16/1988 Non-Hostile
Lancaster, Paul Francis 10/23/1988 Non-Hostile
Miller, Meldon Charles 11/09/1988 Non-Hostile
Cunningham, Lafayette Peter 12/11/1988 Non-Hostile
Pendland, Frederick Leo 1/03/1989 Non-Hostile
Hamilton, Ricky 3/31/1989 Non-Hostile
Novajosky, Paul 6/27/1989 Non-Hostile
Berkley, Andre Lamont 7/29/1989 Non-Hostile
Peeler, Leroy Elliot 8/27/1989 Non-Hostile
Staab, Ferdinand Louis 8/29/1989 Non-Hostile
Suarez, Julio Fabian 9/14/1989 Non-Hostile
Vining, Terry Lynn 8/09/1990 Non-Hostile
Monteith, Jeffrey Bruce 1/17/1991 Non-Hostile
Howlett, Robert William 3/13/1991 Non-Hostile
Christian, James Allen Jr. 6/26/1991 Non-Hostile
Kirl, Roger Eugene 10/02/1991 Non-Hostile
Jones, Michael Allen 12/02/1991 Non-Hostile
Hawes, Richard Lee 1/22/1992 Non-Hostile
Bain, Thomas Lonneous 6/11/1993 Non-Hostile
Gardner, Ralph Earl 7/27/1993 Non-Hostile
Huddleston, Donald Lee 8/15/1993 Non-Hostile
Kirklighter, Matthew Todd 10/08/1993 Non-Hostile
Harper, David Travis 12/19/1993 Non-Hostile
McNutt, Christopher Michael 6/18/1994 Non-Hostile
Alston, William Michael 10/06/1994 Non-Hostile
Karlson, Edward Joseph 10/06/1994 Non-Hostile
Kutscher, Jason Chester 10/06/1994 Non-Hostile
Setaro, Richard Michael Jr. 10/06/1994 Non-Hostile
Zurawski, Frank Howard 10/06/1994 Non-Hostile
Estep, Patrick Shannon 6/13/1995 Non-Hostile
Spears, James Robert Jr. 7/02/1995 Non-Hostile
Olley, Charles Thomas 4/06/1996 Non-Hostile
Mehrhof, Philip Peter 8/09/1996 Non-Hostile
Santos, Stephen Charles 8/09/1995 Non-Hostile
Williams, William Kraig 10/13/1997 Non-Hostile
Born, Jeffrey Clark 11/16/1997 Non-Hostile
Call, Todd Wilson 12/18/1997 Non-Hostile
Jones, A1C Darrick 11/06/2017 Died in training accident.  See "Further Details" section.
Rusconi, Airman Anthony Carlo 2/6/2018 Found dead.  See "Further Details" section.
 

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Further Details (by date of casualty):

Eugene "Gene" Merkett - died 1954


Eugene Merkett and Crew
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He graduated from Nitro High School, Nitro, West Virginia in 1949. He attended the Cincinnati College of Music and Carnegie Tech. He was a skilled musician and played with the Charleston (WV) Symphony Orchestra at the age of 14. He enlisted in the USAF in December 1951 and was commissioned in August 1953. The only known relatives still living are his aunt, Devonna Moore and her daughter Anna and children. They all reside in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Sigfredo Angulo - died 1954

Born October 13, 1931, in Puerto Rico, 2nd Lieutenant Angulo was the first crew member of a B-29 to bail out after it was shot down on November 7, 1954 by Russian MiGs.  It was reported that he hit a coastal cliff during the bailout and died.  He was from Los Angeles, California.  Sigfredo was the son of Buenaventura and Felicidad Vasquez Angulo.  His siblings were Edilberto David Angulo, William Angulo, Elia Angulo, Nelly Angulo, and Nancy Angulo.

Argyl Wilbur Hood Jr. - died 1956

Born May 5, 1937 in Martins Ferry, Ohio, he was serving with the 6170th Air Base Squadron when he died in Korea.  Airman Hood was the son of Argyl Wilbur Hood Sr. (died 2011) and Elizabeth Besenyodi Hood (Levinson).  His siblings were Vicki Rae Scott (1945-2013), Terry Neil Hood Sr., and Donna Elizabeth Ackerman-Reed. Airman Hood is buried in Copley Cemetery, Copley, Ohio.

Palmer D. Arrowood - MIA 1956

TSgt. Arrowood was one of 16 men who went missing over the Sea of Japan on September 10, 1956.  RB-50G (47133) had just arrived at Yokota Air Base, Japan from Greenville, Texas.  On its first operational COMINT (communications intel) mission, the plane disappeared.  There is speculation as to the cause of the loss of the 16 souls.  One theory is that the plane was on the fringes of Typhoon Emma and was lost due to weather conditions.  Another theory is mechanical failure.  A third theory is that it was shot down by the Russians.  The exact cause of the disappearance remains a mystery.  The following 15 men were also in the plane at the time it was lost: John E. Beisty, Bobby R. Davis, Loren C. Disbrow, William H. Ellis, Wayne J. Fair, Rodger Alan Fees, Raymond D. Johnson, Richard T. Kobayashi, Harry S. Maxwell Jr., William J. McLaughlin, Peter J. Rahaniotes, Leo J. Sloan, Paul Winston Swinehart, Pat P. Taylor, and Theodorus J. Trias.

Delynn Edward Anderson - died  1961


Delynn Edward Anderson
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Born September 29, 1917 in Stearns, Kentucky, he was a member of 6146th Air Advisory Group (ROKAF), 5th Air Force in Korea. On April 20, 1961, he was flying an unarmed F-86 fighter on a training mission, when he strayed over the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and was attacked by two MiGs near Onjin, North Korea. As he tried to land his damaged jet at Yiumann Air Base, it crashed, killing him.  He is buried in the Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, California.

For his leadership and valor, Lieutenant Colonel Anderson was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, the Purple Heart, the Citation Ribbon, the Europe and the Pacific Campaign Medals, the National Defense Service Medal, the Korean Defense Medal and the World War II Victory Medal. 

Lieutenant Colonel Anderson was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Anderson of Stearns (McCreary County), Kentucky.  He graduated from Air Corps Advanced Flying School in 1941.  He was a veteran of World War II.  He became commander of the 77th Fighter Squadron on April 28, 1948.  From April 8, 1951 to July 1952 he was commander of the 123rd Fighter-Inceptor Group, USAF.  He was survived by his wife of Apple Valley, California, two children, and his mother in Louisville, KY.

Crew of VQ-1 EC-121M - What Happened on This Mission

"Although no VQ-1 aircraft were shot down in the hostilities in Southeast Asia [Vietnam War] there were instances of damage to squadron aircraft on the ground during enemy rocket attacks at DaNang. Outside the war zone however, in April 1969, a VQ-1 EC-121M and crew of 30 were lost to hostile fire from North Korean MiG fighters. On 14 April the Super Connie, with LCDR James Howard Overstreet as mission commander, took off from Atsugi and headed northeast for a routine electronic reconnaissance mission off the North Korean coast. The flight plan called for the crew to proceed to a point off Musu Peninsula where they were to fly elliptical orbits, each about l20 miles long.

At 1350, a little less than seven hours after takeoff, a U.S. Air Force tracking station monitoring the flight detected two new blips as a pair of North Korean MiGs rapidly closed on the unarmed VQ-1 aircraft. Although a prearranged message was sent to Overstreet ordering him to abort his mission, as the lumbering EC-121M turned away it was shot down southeast of Chongjin, North Korea, with a loss of all thirty crewmen. Only two bodies were subsequently recovered, those of LTJG Joseph R. Ribar and AT1 Richard E. Sweeney. In addition to Overstreet, Ribar and Sweeney, those lost in the shoot down were: LTs John Dzema, Dennis B. Gleason, Peter P. Perrottet, John H. Singer and Robert F. Taylor; LTJGs Robert J. Sykora and Norman E. Wilkerson; CPOs Laverne A. Greiner, Marshall H. McNamara and Richard E. Smith; PO1s Steven C. Chartier, Bernie J. Colgin, Bailard F. Connors Jr., James L. Roach and John H. Potts; PO2s Louis F. Balderman, Dennis J. Horrigan, Richard H. Kincaid, Frederick A. Randall and Stephen J. Tesmer; PO3s Gene K. Graham, David M. Willis, Gary R. Ducharme, John A. Miller Jr. and Philip D, Sundby; AN Richard T. Prindle and SSGT Hugh M. Lynch. Immediately after the incident President Nixon ordered a halt to reconnaissance missions in the Sea of Japan. The frequency of these missions had been averaging more than 60 per month until this time. President Nixon ordered the electronic reconnaissance resumed three days later, however, but this time with the protection of Task Force 71."

[Source: http://www.vq1.navy.mil/History%20Pages/17_new_home.html]

A1C Darrick Jones - died 2017


An airman stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Alaska died on November 6, 2017, while training in the Republic of Korea, according to a JBER news release. Airman 1st Class Darrick Jones was on temporary assignment in Korea to train allies when he collapsed and died. Other airmen performed first aid on Jones but were unable to revive him, the release said. The 23-year-old joined the Air Force in 2015 and was assigned to JBER in August 2016. He was a water and fuels systems apprentice with the 773rd Civil Engineering Squadron.

[Source: Air Force Times]

Senior Airman Anthony Carlo Rusconi - died 2018

OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Senior Airman Anthony Carlo Rusconi, 23, was found dead in Songtan, Republic of Korea, Tuesday, February 6. Rusconi arrived in Korea May 10, 2017, and was assigned to the 607th Support Squadron at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. He is originally from Salinas, California, and enlisted in the U.S. Air Force April 2, 2013.  "We are devastated by Senior Airman Rusconi's death," said Lt Col Steven Schearer, 607th Support Squadron commander. "His passing is a tragedy, and weighs heavily on us all. Our deepest sympathies go out to his family, friends and coworkers during this terrible time."  The cause of death is under investigation.
 

[Source: 7th Air Force website]

 
 

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