GLEN F MERRIHEW
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HONORED ON PANEL 1E, LINE 7 OF THE WALL

GLEN FREDERICK MERRIHEW

WALL NAME

GLEN F MERRIHEW

PANEL / LINE

1E/7

DATE OF BIRTH

03/03/1940

CASUALTY PROVINCE

PR & MR UNKNOWN

DATE OF CASUALTY

02/11/1962

HOME OF RECORD

POMPANO BEACH

COUNTY OF RECORD

Broward County

STATE

FL

BRANCH OF SERVICE

ARMY

RANK

SP4

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LEFT FOR GLEN FREDERICK MERRIHEW
POSTED ON 5.29.2022
POSTED BY: Sherry Cribbs Martin

Such fond memories!

Dear Johnny, it's Memorial weekend 2022 and I am thinking of you still. Such a sweet guy with the best personality ever. You are thought of frequently. Sherry Cribbs Martin
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POSTED ON 9.27.2020
POSTED BY: Lucy Micik

Thank You

Dear Sp4 Glen Merrihew, Thank you for your service with Operations & AMP. Saying thank you isn't enough, but it is from the heart. It is another autumn. Time passes quickly. Please watch over America, it stills needs your strength, courage and faithfulness, especially now. Rest in peace with the angels.
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POSTED ON 5.31.2017
POSTED BY: Sherry Cribbs Martin

Still thinking of you with fond memories!

Johnny was such a sweet, funny and smart guy. He was really kind to me and I think of him with fond memories.
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POSTED ON 8.4.2015

Final Mission of SP4 Glen F. Merrihew

On Sunday, February 11, 1962, a Douglas SC-47A aircraft (# 15732) from 1st Air Commando Squadron, 314th Air Division, 13th Air Force was on a propaganda leaflet dropping flight over South Vietnam when it crashed in the mountains near Bao Loc, Lam Dong Province, South Vietnam. The aircraft’s proposed flight path was from Saigon to Da Nang to drop propaganda leaflets with a New Year's message from President Kennedy over the high plateau area of central Vietnam. As the aircraft swept low near the village of Blao, a concealed enemy force opened fire. The plane was struck by small arms fire and crashed in the mountains southwest of the village. A joint U.S./Vietnamese rescue team was sent to the crash site to recover the remains of the eight U.S. servicemen who were aboard the aircraft. They included six USAF personnel: CAPT Edward K. Kissam Jr., CAPT Joseph M. Fahey Jr., 1LT Jack D. Le Tourneau, 1LT Stanley G. Hartson, TSGT Floyd M. Frazier, and A1C Robert L. Westfall; two U.S. Army personnel: 2LT Lewis M. Walling Jr., and SP4 Glen F. Merrihew; and 2 unknown South Vietnamese Air Force personnel. [Taken from aviation-safety.net and togetherweserved.com]
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POSTED ON 1.15.2014

My uncle johnny

Uncle johnny I never knew you as I was not yet two years old when you were taken from us. Your brother, my dad, "wimp" spoke of you often. He loved you more than you could believe, was very proud of you and missed you terribly. He left this world march 31 2011. I hope you both are now again enjoying each others company. I visualize my dad and all of my aunts and uncles back together as the should be. I look forward to being with all of you when my time is done here. I love you all.

Your son and nephew Michael
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