Remembering SP4 Wayne A. Colantuono, of Gloucester City (1946-1967)
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Remembering Specialist 4 Wayne Clements, of Camden City (1947-1968)

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 Wayne D. Clements was born on June 29, 1947. His home of record is Camden, NJ. He had two brothers, Ernest Jr. and Franklin, and one sister, Donna. Wayne attended Camden County Vocational School in Pennsauken, NJ.
Wayne enlisted in the US Army and attained the rank of Specialist 4 (SP4). In October 1965, Clements, a paratrooper, was sent to Vietnam. After one year of service, he was sent home because of malaria and an injured back. After recovering, he was ordered back to Vietnam.
Clements was killed in action on February 22, 1968.
Information provided by newspapers and NJVVMF.
Birth: Jun. 29, 1947
New Jersey, USA
Death: Feb. 22, 1968
Quang Tin, Vietnam
United States Army Specialist 4 served with Bravo Company, First Battalion, 508th Infantry, 82nd Airborne Division. He died while serving in action in South Vietnam.
Burial:Beverly National Cemetery Beverly Burlington County New Jersey, USA
Plot: Section K Site 107

SP4 - E4 - Army – Regular 82nd Airborne Division Length of service 2 years His tour began on Feb 20, 1968 Casualty was on Feb 22, 1968
In QUANG TIN, SOUTH VIETNAM NON-HOSTILE, GROUND CASUALTY ACCIDENTAL HOMICIDE Body was recovered
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