- Associated Press - Monday, June 22, 2015

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (AP) - A Vietnam-era helicopter at the Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum is being dedicated to the memory of a soldier who died in action aboard the chopper.

A dedication ceremony is being held Monday at the museum on the Mount Pleasant side of Charleston Harbor.

The museum’s Huey Helicopter is being dedicated to the memory of 21-year-old Army Specialist Four Kenneth Plavcan. He was killed in action aboard the aircraft in October 1968 during the Vietnam War.

Member of Plavcan’s family from Ohio are attending the event.

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