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Killed In Action, Missing In Action, & Died In Service
Charles George Rehberger
SGT Rehberger died in Binh Duong, South Vietnam on 3/2/1968 during the Vietnam War as a member of Charlie Company . The soldier's injury type or status was recorded as 'Gun, Small Arms Fire'. Rehberger originated from Baltimore, Maryland .
On March 02, 1968, Companies A and B searched the area attempting to locate sites from which rockets were being fired into the Saigon Military District. This “Rocket Belt” was referred to by the soldiers as “Cape Canaveral.” At 0006 hours, Company C, still OPCON to the 2/34th Armor, received approximately 30 rounds of mortar fire, wounding two Bobcats. At 0908 hours, at XT 748156, Company C received sniper fire. One Bobcat was hit and later died from his wounds. This individual was in the field when he first came to Viet Nam. He was then made company clerk. He had volunteered to go back into the field and was shot by a VC firing from a spider hole. He was due to end his tour on April 18.