John T. Keneally – Colonel, United States Army

Colonel John T. Keneally
Commander, 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment
Helicopter Crash: October 29, 1992


Ranger Hall of Fame: 1993
ANC 66-5092

An MH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter, carrying U.S. Army Rangers and Air Force   Special-Operations troops on a joint training flight from Hill Air Force  Base, crashed in 10 feet of water north of Antelope Island, near Salt Lake  City, Utah. Twelve of the thirteen on board were killed.

This page is in remembrance of the soldiers of the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command who died in the service of this great nation on  10-29-92 approximately 9:15 p.m. MST.  May we remind each other that these men who died doing what they loved best will not fade away.   “We will remember them, we will honor them and we will pray for them forever.”

  • Colonel John T. Keneally
  • Lieutenant Colonel Roland E. Peixotto, Junior
  • Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth W. Stauss
  • Captain Michael L. Nazionale
  • First Sergeant Harvey L. Moore, Junior
  • Technical Sergeant Mark Scholl
  • Staff Sergeant Steven W. Kelley
  • Sergeant Philip A. Kesler
  • Sergeant Mark G. Lee
  • Sergeant Blaine A. Mishak
  • Specialist Jeremy B. Bird
  • Senior Airman Derek C. Hughes
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