Glenn T Fey

Specialist Five
Army of the United States
02 February 1949 - 05 May 1968
Ashley, Pennsylvania
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UH-1 Huey

Army Aircrew

Purple Heart, Air Medal, National Defense, Vietnam Service, Vietnam Campaign

The database page for Glenn T Fey

29 May 1998

I ask my friends to remember another crew from the 335th AHC who were killed May 5, 1968.

CW-2 Bobby Ray Williams, WO-1 Richard G. Lewis, SP5 Glenn T. Fey, and PFC Jerome E. Jacobs were killed when their UH-1B gunship was hit with a B-40 rocket up near Bong Song. They were low level in a heavy and were unable to jettison the rocket pods before they hit the ground.

I usually flew the aircraft and would have been Aircraft Commander, but for some unknown reason was switched to a different aircraft and mission the night before.

Few days go by that I don't think of these guys, forever heroes in my mind.

Jim McLaughlin, Falcon 82
335th AHC, 1967-68,
223rd CAB - 71 WORWAC 67-5&7

20 Jan 2005

Glenn served with the 134th AHC before transferring to the 335th AHC. He will always be remembered by his 134th Brothers.

We will never forget you guys.

From the Veterans of the 134th Assault Helicopter Company.
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06 Jul 2007

Glenn was my cousin and my older brother's best friend. David Christman named his only son after Glenn. We think of him often, we're proud of him and we truly miss him. Thank you for this tribute to him and his crew.

Stanley Christman

A Note from The Virtual Wall

UH-1B tail number 62-02056 was shot down in the vicinity of An Bao, 12 kilometers north of Phu My City, while assisting elements of the 173rd Airborne Brigade involved in a desperate fight with three VC battalions. The memorial pages for the men engaged in the ground action - First Sergeant Malcolm Dulac for instance - contain details of the fighting.

The point-of-contact for this memorial is
a friend,
Jim McLaughlin

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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 29 May 1998
Last updated 02/17/2008