AT1 Stephen Curtis Chartier, USN
June 3, 1944 – April 15, 1969
Stephen Chartier was born on June 3, 1944 in Los Angeles County to Curtis Chartier and Winifred Alice Ulman .
Stephen was killed in action on April 15, 1969, when the EC-121 he was flying in was shootdown by North Korea. His awards include the Purple Heart, the National Defense Service Medal and the Korean Defense Service Medal.
3 June 2021 at 12:23
Where is your proofreader?
19 June 2021 at 20:08
Thank you Dad. I love you and miss you.
24 May 2022 at 04:42
I Don’t Know If That Was Kim ,Wayne or Will That Left That Message To You Stephen.They Loved You So Much.Your Children.Last Time I Seen You.You Were Getting Home By The Railroad Tracks In Oxnard By Wooley rd. Sundown 1700hrs December 20th friday.Arriving Home With Christmas Presents And Wrapping Paper From Save on And Kmart.We Returned To Bisbee Az Just Like Your Family Did.After The Vietnam War .I Never Told Will Or Wayne Nor Kim That I Went To School With You At Pt.Mugu Till I Turned 50 years Of Age.Cuz I Did Not See You With The Family.in 74.Your Classmate George Ramirez Age 3 years 6months Old.Admiral Thomas Moorer’s Youngest Cadet.Pt.Mugu US Naval Base 1968.
24 May 2022 at 04:53
I Am George Ramirez .Stephen Was An Electronics Classmate Of Mine When I Was Only 3 years 6 months Old.Pt.Mugu US Naval Base 1968. I Called Him Mr.Charterer.He Was Navy Air Recon.His Picture Here Is When He First Enlisted.When I Met Him He Was Much Heavier And Glasses MucH Thicker. When Admiral Moorer Gave Me The Oath Personally.He Took Me Straight To Planning Room From His Office.Where Mr.Charterer Would Actually Give Admiral Moorer The Photographs.That Day We Were Disrupting Russian Ammunition Supply Routes In North Vietnam .