U.S. Civilian Accounted For From Vietnam War (Townley, R.)By DPAA Public Affairs
WASHINGTON , Jan. 23, 2019 - Mr. Roy F. Townley, killed during the Vietnam War, was accounted for on Sept. 25, 2018.
On Dec. 27, 1971, Townley, an employee of Air America Incorporated, was co-piloting an Air America C-123K from Udorn Airfield, Kingdom of Thailand, headed for Xienhom District, Xaignabouli Province, Laos. The aircraft was on a routine resupply mission for U.S. Agency for International Development and was last heard from when they were northeast of Sayaboury. Laos. Search and rescue efforts were continued through Dec. 31, 1971, but no sign of the aircraft or the four crewmembers were found. Townley was subsequently reported missing.
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