Duncan, Spencer C., SPC

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Last Rank
Last Service Branch
Last Primary MOS
67U10-CH-47 Helicopter Repairer
Last MOS Group
Aviation (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
2009-2011, 67U10, B Company, 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation
Service Years
2008 - 2011


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Casualty Info
Home Town
Last Address
Olathe, KS

Casualty Date
Aug 06, 2011
KIA-Killed in Action
Air Loss, Crash - Land
Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) /OEF - Afghanistan
Location of Interment
Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery - Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Section P Site 2601
Military Service Number
Not Specified

 Official Badges 

USAE United States Forces - Afghanistan

 Unofficial Badges 

 Military Associations and Other Affiliations
GWOT FallenFallen Warriors of The Army Reserve
  2011, GWOT Fallen
  2012, Fallen Warriors of The Army Reserve - Assoc. Page

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 Unit Assignments/ Advancement Schools
B Company, 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation
  2009-2011, 67U10, B Company, 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  2011-2011 OEF-Afghanistan/Consolidation III (2009-11)
  2011-2011 OEF-Afghanistan/Transition I (2011-14)
 Additional Information
Last Known Activity
Spc. Spencer C. Duncan, U.S. Army
Spencer Duncan, 21, was from Olathe, Kan. He was assigned to the 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment (General Support Aviation Battalion), New Century, Kan., according to the U.S. Department of Defense. At the family's home in Olathe, an American flag flies out front. A yellow ribbon is tied around a tree in the front yard as well. Neighbors say Duncan' mother placed that ribbon there the day he left for Afghanistan last May. Now he comes home to his final resting place. "Spencer wanted to make it a safer place for our country and this is a gift from Spencer to this country," said neighbor Myrna Rock. Neighbors say that Duncan's younger brother Tanner joined the Marines last spring. They say Tanner signed up because he was inspired by his older brother. The Olathe South graduate joined the military in 2008 and had been in Afghanistan since May. - From WDAF-TV

CW4 David R. Carter
CW2 Bryan J. Nichols [PC]
SPC Alexander J. Bennett [FE]
SGT Patrick D. Hamburger [FE]
SPC Spencer C. Duncan [G]

#89-00175 "EXTORTION 17"
A/C crashed at approx 0300 hours at Tangi Joi Zareen, in the district of Sayd Abad in Wardak Province. A/C was on an IRF mission to assist members of the 75th Rangers engaged in a fierce firefight. Early reports indicate A/C was shot down by an RPG.

NOTE: CW2 Nichols, SPC Bennett and SPC Duncan were from B/7-158 AVN (KS USAR). CW4 Carter was from CO ARNG and SGT Hamburger from NE ARNG.

Spc. Spencer C. Duncan, 21, of Olathe, Kan. He was assigned to the 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment (General Support Aviation Battalion), New Century, Kan. Spc. Duncan was the door gunner who told friends that the stark landscape of Afghanistan reminded him of Kansas. He joined the military in 2008 and had been in Afghanistan since late May. Spencer had written to friends about how much he loved working as a door gunner on a Chinook helicopter. But The Kansas City Star reported that he also told friends that he missed Kansas sunsets and lying in a truck bed listening to the radio and cuddling with his sweetie. After graduating from high school, Spencer enlisted in the United States Army Reserves in June of 2008. He received his initial basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. He completed Advanced Individual Training as a Medium Helicopter Repairman at Fort Eustis, Va. He worked at the Aviation Support Facility at New Center AirCenter, Olathe. First he was an aircraft mechanic and later he trained to become a Chinook door gunner. His unit was deployed to Operation Enduring Freedom in March of 2011. He loved God, his family, his friends, his country, and his dog, Dixie. Spencer was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Lee H. Moore. He is survived by his parents, Dale and Megan Duncan of the home; two brothers, Tanner Duncan, a recruit in the U.S. Marine Corp.; and Calder Duncan, of the home; paternal grandparents, Charles and Jane Duncan, Broken Arrow, Ok.; a maternal grandmother, Mary Beth Moore, Rockaway Beach, Or.; and a large and loving extended family. 

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