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I have been looking for a friend who was reported as MIA or POW? in Vietnam, about 1970-71 from Scotland Neck, NC, Steven Albert (Steve) Dean, helicopter pilot...no luck in locating any info... any suggestions? SSheneman

Admin reply: Research indicates Steven A. Dean, 1st Lt., USMC, and three other crew members were lost at sea on December 20, 1971 in the Indian Ocean. Their names are not included on the Vietnam Memorial or the MIA/POW Vietnam-Era listing because the incident was not in the tactical area of Vietnam

Incident Date 711220 HMM-165 CH-46D 154796 Crash at Sea (Indian Ocean)

[CREW]
Cerrotta, Louis M 1stLt Pilot HMM-165 MAG-16, 3rdMAB 711220 (vvm 000:000)
Dean, Steven A 1stLt Co-Pilot HMM-165 MAG-16, 3rdMAB 711220 (vvm 000:000)
Miller, Keith R Cpl Crew HMM-165 MAG-16, 3rdMAB 711220 (vvm 000:000)
Schnakenberg, Merle R Cpl Crew HMM-165 MAG-16, 3rdMAB 711220 (vvm 000:000)

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It was a perfectly clear night not a cloud, star or moon in the sky. We were wrapping up some of our night minimums and staying current after dark. If you have ever seen a night in the Indian Ocean, it is not like anything else. The water was black, the sky was black and there was absolutely NO horizon. We briefed on vertigo prior the flights. On their third touch and go, they went over the bow in a left descending turn and flew into the water. We searched most of the night and did recover the bodies in the morning. Lou Cerrotta was the HAC and Steve Dean the H2P. Have no idea who was at the controls, but we lost them and the Crew Chief, Keith Miller. Merle Schnakenberg was also a Crew Chief trainee and was in the a/c.? Eyewitnesses in pri-fly with the air boss watched it all happen. Not a chance for a radio transmission from them.
Submitted by Gary Zimmermann, HMM-165

Source: http://www.popasmoke.com/kia/incidents.php?incident_id=12&conflict_id=2 4


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