SANTA ANA, ORANGE COUNTY, CA, U.S.A.
U.S. MARINE CORPS
LCPL, RIFLEMAN,1ST MARINE DIVISION, HEADQUARTERS BATTALION, SERVICE COMPANY
09/10/1967, QUANG NAM PROVINCE, SOUTH VIETNAM
Timothy Nathaniel Smith Jr. is a casualty of the Vietnam War. He was killed in action September 10, 1967. He is honored and remembered by the people of California.Timothy N Smith Jr was born on October 9, 1947. California is his enlistment state, city of Santa Ana, Orange County.
He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps having entered service via Regular Military. LCPL Smith served during the Vietnam War. He had the rank of Lance Corporal. Occupation or specialty was Rifleman. He served with 1st Marine Division, Headquarters Battalion, Service Company.
LCPL Smith experienced a traumatic event which resulted in the loss of his life. He “died through hostile action, small arms fire”. The incident location was South Vietnam, Quang Nam province.
Timothy is honored on the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial in Washington, DC. His name is inscribed at VVM Wall, Panel 26e, Line 51.
Awards, medals, citations and commendations that Timothy N Smith Jr. earned include:the Purple Heart Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, National Defense Service Medal★ Vietnam Campaign Medal,★ Vietnam Service Medal, ★ Distinguished Unit Citation,★ Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation,★ Good Conduct Medal,★ Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal