GLENN A BELCHER
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HONORED ON PANEL 33E, LINE 6 OF THE WALL

GLENN ARTHUR BELCHER

WALL NAME

GLENN A BELCHER

PANEL / LINE

33E/6

DATE OF BIRTH

05/11/1942

DATE OF CASUALTY

12/31/1967

HOME OF RECORD

FESSENDEN

COUNTY OF RECORD

Wells County

STATE

ND

BRANCH OF SERVICE

AIR FORCE

RANK

MAJ

REMEMBRANCES

LEFT FOR GLENN ARTHUR BELCHER
POSTED ON 11.12.2020
POSTED BY: Clifford Johnston

Fondly Remembered

Glenn was my fraternity brother. He had a passion for flying. It cost him his life. Sadly missed, all these years. Thank you for your selfless service, brother. R. I. P.
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POSTED ON 11.12.2020
POSTED BY: Clifford Johnston

Fondly Remembered

Glenn was my fraternity brother. He had a passion for flying. It cost him his life. Sadly missed, all these years. Thank you for your selfless service, brother. R. I. P.
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POSTED ON 10.22.2020
POSTED BY: Glenn C Chisholm

The Bracelet

My name is Glenn C Chisholm from Newton Ma. and I’ve been wearing LT. Glenn Belcher’s MIA POW bracelet since 1970-71. The original was Copper and I changed it to Stainless steel because as a young boy & little league ball player It left a green stain on my wrist. I was always proud to wear it.
My Dad ( USMC KOREA) bought 7 bracelets for all 7 children. I selected Glenn Belcher out of the bunch because my name is Glenn and he was shot down 2 days before my 7 th birthday.
I felt this pulling and allegiance to this war hero and I never forgot him. I had many cousins in Vietnam combined with the vivid televised news of the fighting, combat, protest, civil unrest and outright disrespect to my namesake and HERO. I was always moved when thinking of Glenn and at night, in the dark I felt the security of the bracelet on my wrist. I believe I dedicated myself to a worthy cause by wearing the bracelet and most importantly to the memory of a great man who sacrificed so that I may become the Father, a Free American, Police Sergeant, Husband and Son that I am today. Glenn Belcher lived his life with a purpose and Honor. Glenn gave his life and he gave me Strength and Courage when I looked at the bracelet. I’m 60 years old now and I will never forget that Glenn Belcher did not die alone and is not forgotten. Yes, Glenn gave his life and in a powerful way gave me mine.
I would love to return, bury or place the bracelet in the proper hands of family or at Arlington Cemetery. I’ve been to the Wall and realize his name is on the Granite. I want his family to receive the only and longest lasting piece of “ Jewelry “ I’ve ever owned/cared about.
Please, I’d like advice and want to complete my commitment to my fellow American and HERO.
Address:
Sgt. Glenn C. Chisholm
119 Jewett Street
Newton, Ma. 02458
Ph. 617-671-4727
Home: 617-244-3704
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POSTED ON 1.11.2020
POSTED BY: Diamantina Elizondo-Siller

Capt. Glenn Belcher

I still have his missing in action bracelet. May this American hero rest in peace.
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POSTED ON 3.29.2019
POSTED BY: Claudia Morgan

Never Forgotten

My mother and I both had bracelets back in the 70’s.Mine was lucky enough to return. My mom had Capt. Glenn Belcher. She is gone but I kept her bracelet. I just now looked up your name to see if I could get information about you. I can now stop wondering. I want to thank you for your service and for making the ultimate sacrifice. May your soul be at peace.
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