FORT WORTH, Texas (Tribune News Service) — Most of what Lt. Cmdr. Stanley Olmstead’s children know about their father they’ve learned through stories.Dixie Olmstead George, who lives in Irving, was 2 and her brother, Mickey Olmstead, was 5, when their father’s F-4 Phantom was gunned down by North Vietnamese artillery fire on Oct. 17, 1965.His remains have never been found, and while there is a gravestone bearing his name at Arlington National Cemetery, Memorial Day still brings a certain void — 50 years after his death.

Source: Siblings still search for signs of their father, MIA for 50 years – Military history – Stripes