David D. Hack

As Featured on the Registry of the American Soldier

US Wings CEO SFC David Hack is listed in the Registry of the American Soldier , which is managed by the Army Historical Foundation of Arlington, VA. Entries contain details of the soldier's service for their descendants and future generations to see. US Wings encourages all soldiers to register themselves or a relative; spouses, parents, children & friends can also enroll Army veterans, including those who are deceased.

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Listing for Sgt. David Hack - As Seen on

Served in the Army from April 1964 to September 1973. Served in Vietnam from March 1, 1968 and was medivaced out on September 13, 1968. Assigned to USARC and recruited the most during his time at USARC. Retired as SFC E-7.

Prior to the Army, Hack served in the Coast Guard for four years specializing in small boats and security.

Photo circa September 1973.

See official military documents below for verification
DD-214 | Form 4 | DA Form 20