Glennon, Martin (Interview transcript and video), 2011

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Glennon, Martin (Interview transcript and video), 2011

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McGregor, Michael (Interviewer)

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Martin Glennon, born in Hammond, Indiana in 1946, served in the U.S. army as a medic from 1969 to 1971. He went to Vietnam in January, 1970. For the six months of his service in Vietnam, he was a field medic with A Company, 2/506 Infantry, in the 101st Airborne Division. While in this unit, he served in the Ripcord Campaign and survived the most costly firefight of the campaign. He was then stationed at Camp Evans working at a field hospital for the remainder of his time in country. When returning to the U.S. he spent another six months at Fort Knox working as an orderly. He was discharged in 1971 and is now a Chaplain for the Vietnam Veterans of America.

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2011-10-08

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Grand Valley State University. University Libraries. Special Collections & University Archives

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Veterans History Project (U.S.)

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GlennonM1270V

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eng

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Glennon, Martin, “Glennon, Martin (Interview transcript and video), 2011,” Digital Collections, accessed April 17, 2024, https://digitalcollections.library.gvsu.edu/document/28920.
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