27 September 1968 – Kuldar “Koot” Visnapuu was serving with the 174th TFS Phu Cat “Bats” in Vietnam. Lt. Kuldar Visnapuu’s had just taken off from a base in South Vietnam when his Supersabre was hit by enemy fire. He turned the plane toward the South China Sea and ejected safely, watching as his jet
Charles Larry Moore - KIA
On June 12, 1967, Capt Moore was making his first run flying F-100 #55-3549 over suspected military buildings about 15 miles south of Saigon, close to Ap Bac. He was flying at 150 feet and dropping napalm. The aircraft was hit by automatic weapons fire. His F-100 was observed by the lead aircraft to impact the ground and burst into flames. His body was recovered.
At the time of his death Capt. Moore was married with 2 children. His son Scott went on to become a Navy SEAL.
Capt. Charles Larry Moore is buried at the United States Air Force Academy Cemetery Colorado Springs, El Paso County, CO.