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Glenn E. Duncan

Discussion in 'Art of War' started by dibujosconhistoria, Jul 3, 2017.

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    Hi everyone! My latest drawing completed (Commission from a regular client). Title: Glenn E Duncan and his “Dove of peace”. I hope you like it. Regards.

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    Glenn E Duncan:
    Glenn E Duncan joined the 353rd Fighter Group in March 1943 as Group Executive Officer. He claimed 19 victories until he was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and commander of the Group in November 1943. He was shot down during a strafing mission on 7 July 1944 and evaded capture, working with the Dutch underground before being liberated by the Allied 10 months later. He returned to the 353rd and resumed command in April 1945.
     
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