BULLINER RICHARD C #2

MAJ Richard C Bulliner died after flight school but did not serve as a helicopter pilot in Vietnam on 09/04/1982 at the age of 36.0 from A/C accident
Fort Carson, CO
Flight Class 71-30
Date of Birth 09/22/1946
Served in the U.S. Army
This information was provided by Lindsay Bulliner Dickerson, deceased search

More detail on this person: For your records MAJ. Bulliner did not serve in Vietnam. I was his roommate, classmate (Norwich University 1970), fellow medevac pilot and best friend until he was killed on 4 September1982. You should know that his not serving in Vietnam did not in any way diminish his innate courage and self-sacrifice. As the commander of the 571st Medical Detachment (HA) at Ft. Carson, CO at the time of his death, Dick was attempting to save the life of a fallen climber in Seven Mile Canyon. He is a credit to all medevac pilots who sacrifice their lives to save others. He was a great guy who is buried in Arlington Cemetery and who I still miss everyday.

From: LTC Christopher M. Siedor USA (Ret.), 57th Med Det (HA), RVN '71-72

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