CW3 Robert A Dulaney was a potential VHPA member who died after his tour in Vietnam on 11/23/1989 at the age of 62.7 from Cancer
Pensacola, FL
Flight Class 57
Date of Birth 03/02/1927
Served in the U.S. Army
Served in Vietnam with 611 TC in 65-66
This information was provided by Ron Donahue, Loren N. Foster

More detail on this person: Robert A Dulaney was my uncle. He joined the army during WWII and was a Ranger until he went to flight school. He had 4 brothers and 4 sisters. One brother is still living and 3 sisters. The cancer he said was due to Agent Orange. He never smoked and was in excellent physical shape. He also flew in Lebanon for an oil company after he retired. He was from West Virginia. Also he had a great great grandpa with the last name of Rouse. He was a great guy. He took me up in a bubble chopper in 1964 at Homestead air force and we flew over Miami Beach. I got it on film. It was fantastic and I was an 45J20 in the Army 1966 - 1969.

From: Ron Donahue

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