Aznoe, Kenneth Eugene


Rank: Private First Class

Unit: I Troop, 3rd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment

MOS: 11E – Armor Crewman

Awards: Purple Heart Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal

Badges: Combat Infantryman Badge

Unit awards: Vietnamese Gallantry Cross with Palm device

Enlisted by: Regular

Date of birth: 10-Jun-1950

Hometown: Sacramento, California

Marital status: Never Married

Campaign: Vietnam Conflict

Entered service: 27-Apr-1969

Start of tour: 27-Jan-1970

Incident date: 17-Apr-1970

Date of casualty: 22-Apr-1970

Age at death: 19

Cause of death: Hostile, died of wounds. Burns/Smoke Inhalation. Burns.
Kenneth Eugene Aznoe was a driver of Armored Cavalry Assault Vehicle (ACAV) on reconnaissance mission. Vehicle detonated hostile mine and caught fire. Admitted to 93d Evacuation Hospital, Long Binh, on 17 Apr 1970 at 0915 hrs, placed on Very Serious Injury (VSI) list on 17 Apr 1970 at 1500 hrs, and expired on 22 Apr 1970. / Individual died as a result of wounds received while driver of a military vehicle on a combat operation when a mine detonated. He was admitted to a military medical facility and later expired.

Location of fatality: Binh Duong, South Vietnam, XT 882 386

Place of interment: East Lawn Elk Grove Memorial Park, Elk Grove, California, USA

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Vietnam Veterans Memorial panel and row: 11W 034 (view Vietnam Veterans Memorial link in a new window)


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