Company D 1/22 Infantry

4th Infantry Division

KIA 04/05/1969



Age: 20
Race: Caucasian
Sex: Male
Date of Birth Jul 30, 1948
Religion: BAPTIST
Marital Status: Single

CPL - E4 - Army - Regular
Grade at loss: E3
Rank: Corporal
Note: Posthumous Promotion as indicated
4th Infantry Division
MOS: 11B10: Infantryman
Length of service 2 years
His tour began on Aug 31, 1968
Casualty was on Apr 5, 1969
Body was recovered

Panel 27W - Line 15


James Brock was killed in action while on Operation Wayne Grey, during an assault on NVA positions
near LZ Cider in the Plei Trap Valley, at grid reference YA816796, approximately 27 kilometers north of
Plei Djereng airfield.




Corporal James Albert Brock's decorations





Funeral notice for James Albert Brock

From the Together We Served website

Thanks to David Olsen





Article and photo from Rome News-Tribune August 10, 1969



James Brock from his High School yearbook



My name is Tom Duncan and I am very proud to say that I am Second cousin to cpl.James A. Brock
from company D 1/22 who was killed on April 5,1969.To my understanding,he died in a very heroic way,
holding the enemy line while wounded himself,giving time for the other wounded to be evacuated to safety.
I am oh so proud to be able to say that I am related to such an honorable man,even though I was only 3 yrs old
when he was killed and never knew him.

I very sincerely thank him,and all of our veterans from every war for the service time spent.
Its because of our veterans that I can enjoy the freedom that I have and there is no way I could ever repay that debt!

Also, sir,I respectfully ask if there is any way you might could help me with contacting one or more of the other soldiers
that was with cpl.Brock on that fateful day.I would really like to know my cousin better and that is the only way I can
until we all get to heaven.

Once again Thank You to all of our veterans,and thank you, sir,for any help you could give me on my quest
to know cpl.James A. Brock 1948-1969.
            Yours truly, Tom Duncan


Contact Tom at:






James is buried at East View Cemetery, Rome, GA.


James A. Brock's grave marker


Photo of grave by Ruthie Westbrook










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