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is honored on Panel 1W, Line 101 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Not forgotten

    Posted on 11/17/18 - by Louis De Maio
    I never met George, but continue to wear the POW/MIA bracelet that bears his name. Think of him often and visit his name on the war memorial in Bozeman, Montana every year. I pray that he is with the Lord Jesus.
  • A Childhood Friend...Hand Salute

    Posted on 5/31/18 - by MSGT William R/Ruggie, Tucker III, USAF Retired
    George, his Brother Chris, and I grew up knowing each other for quite some time. We attended Dewey School,Nichols Jr High, and Evanston Township High School. I remember the long drive up to their home on Ridge Avenue. I enlisted in the USAF in 1969. Served 34 years and retired as a Chief Enlisted Air Crew Member/Loadmaster. To this day I think of him...
  • George Duncan Macdonald

    Posted on 11/11/17 - by Jeanette Macdonald Frye only sister George youngest of nine children -He had 7 brothers
    Thank you all for your comments. I found out about this web
    site recently when I attended the "the Wall that Heals" in Des plaines. Georges'a burial service in Arlington National Cemetery was
    truly comforting. This link will show a video of the full military service taken on August 7th, 2017 airplane arrival on Delta Airlines with George's remains flown to Reagon National airport from Hawaii August 6, 2017
  • George, we miss you!!!

    Posted on 11/11/17 - by Jim Jolly
    George, we miss you! Thank you for your service. As a fellow navigator in our class at Mather AFB, CA, I remember all the good times we had in flying, attending class, floating down the river, going up to
    Lake Tahoe, NV, and partying/playing poker at your house on base. I was in the air that same night of 21 Dec 72 refueling B-52s. I couldn't believe the news when your crash was reported in the Stars & Stripes newspaper. After 45 years we still miss you!!!!
  • Photo of Capt George Duncan MacDonald's stone at Arlington National Cemetery

    Posted on 10/9/17 - by E Horan
    Here is a photo of the stone that was just put in place for Capt MacDonald.
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