Duncan, Glenn Christie, SSG

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Last Rank
Staff Sergeant
Last Service Branch
Last Primary MOS
Last MOS Group
Infantry (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
1970-1970, 11B10, B Company, 1st Battalion, 501st Infantry
Service Years
1965 - 1970

Staff Sergeant

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Casualty Date
May 03, 1970
Hostile, Died
Multiple Fragmentation Wounds
Quang Nam (Vietnam)
Vietnam War
Location of Interment
Georgia Memorial Park - Marietta, Georgia
Wall/Plot Coordinates
11W 091

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Infantry Shoulder Cord

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Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  1970, Vietnam Veterans Memorial [Verified] - Assoc. Page

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Combat Infantryman 1st Award

 Unit Assignments/ Advancement Schools
US Army Vietnam (USARV)101st Airborne Division 1st Battalion, 501st Infantry
  1970-1970, 11B10, US Army Vietnam (USARV)
  1970-1970, 11B10, 101st Airborne Division
  1970-1970, 11B10, B Company, 1st Battalion, 501st Infantry
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1970-1970 Vietnam War/Sanctuary Counteroffensive Campaign (1970)
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Last Known Activity


Started Vietnam Tour 13 April 1970


Glenn was the oldest boy in a family of 3 boys and 2 girls. Glenn was born in Baldwyn, Mississippi to Paul Wesley Duncan and Evelyn Mary (Christie) Duncan. He later lived in Quantico, VA; Atlanta, GA; and Smyrna, GA. Glenn attended Campbell High School and Pace Academy, as well as Georgia Southern and Kennesaw Colleges. Glenn married Jenny Corkill and changed his student status to part-time. Before long he received his draft notice. He excelled in basic training and was recommended for NCO School. While in California attending school before deploying to Vietnam, Glenn was asked to serve as the military escort for his cousin, Phil Duncan, who was killed in an explosion in Vietnam in February of 1970. Glenn and Phil were the closest in age of all of the cousins, being born 5 days apart (Glenn was the oldest). He accompanied the casket from California to Baldwyn, Mississippi for burial. Phil's death was devastating to the family, but this was only the beginning, for Glenn was struck down 3 months later, after having been in Vietnam for only a short time. Glenn was killed before his wife, Jenny, could inform him that she was pregnant with their first and only child. On December 2, 1970, a beautiful baby boy was born, Marc Wesley Duncan. He is grown now, and is always being told by the family, how much he looks like his dad. I wish he could have known his dad as I had known him. Glenn would have been a wonderful father, for he was an exceptional and caring brother. We always called each other by family nicknames, he was Butch and I was Bud. I was only 11 when he went away to the war, and I was so devastated when informed of his death. I still miss him today, and wish he were here to be my big brother.

In 1999, I rode in the annual Rolling Thunder parade on Memorial Day to pay homage to a brave and loving man. I wish Glenn could have been with me in body instead of just spirit, but alas he gave the ultimate sacrifice for his family and country. Farewell Butch, always know you are loved on this earth and are still deeply missed. Look after our sister, Honey (Beverly), who so recently joined you. All my love, your baby brother, Bud (Alan)

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