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November 13, 1993 | DEBRA CANO
The battle isn't over for Elaine Roach. Roach was hoping that her father's name would be inscribed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington by this Veterans Day. But it was not added to the list of the more than 58,000 names already inscribed. The Department of the Navy told Roach in March that the circumstances of her father's death did not meet the criteria. Her father, Lt. Harold S. Roach Jr., 31, a Navy pilot, was killed Oct.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 13, 1993 | DEBRA CANO
The battle isn't over for Elaine Roach. Roach was hoping that her father's name would be inscribed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington by this Veterans Day. But it was not added to the list of the more than 58,000 names already inscribed. The Department of the Navy told Roach in March that the circumstances of her father's death did not meet the criteria. Her father, Lt. Harold S. Roach Jr., 31, a Navy pilot, was killed Oct.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1992 | DEBRA CANO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Elaine Roach was 8 years old when her father, Navy pilot Lt. Harold S. Roach Jr., became one of the early casualties of the Vietnam War. While on a mission in the South China Sea, Roach died in a plane crash Oct. 2, 1964. He was 31. Today, Elaine Roach of La Habra has her own mission: to win for her father the honor and recognition given to other dead veterans of that war. The challenge began last June when Roach went to Washington to observe Father's Day at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1992 | DEBRA CANO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Elaine Roach was 8 years old when her father, Navy pilot Lt. Harold S. Roach Jr., became one of the early casualties of the Vietnam War. While on a mission in the South China Sea, Roach died in a plane crash Oct. 2, 1964. He was 31. Today, Elaine Roach of La Habra has her own mission: to win for her father the honor and recognition given to other dead veterans of that war. The challenge began last June when Roach went to Washington to observe Father's Day at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
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