1 LT. Warren Brown's Name on the Wall

1st Lt. Warren K. Brown became the 185th Tactical Fighter Group's first casualty of the war when his F-100 fighter jet was hit by hostile ground fire. Brown was the only Iowa Air National Guardsman killed in action. His name can be found on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, DC on panel 52W, line 26. USAF Photo by: MSgt. Bill Wiseman (Released)

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