Glenn William Ramey
Private First Class
United States Marine Corps
Gastonia, North Carolina
December 15, 1947 to February 02, 1968
GLENN W RAMEY is on the Wall at Panel 36E, Line 83

Combat Action Ribbon
Glenn W Ramey
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25 Jun 2002

Eternal Father, grant, we pray,
To all Marines, both night and day,
The courage, honor, strength, and skill
Their Land to serve, thy law fulfill;
Be thou the shield forevermore
From every peril to the Corps.
From the Navy Hymn
("Eternal Father")


by the men of the
11th Engineer Battalion

A memorial initiated by his comrade-in-arms,
John J Huhn

18 Apr 2005

I had the great pleasure of knowing and growing up with Glenn Ramey and his sisters. He will always live in our hearts. We appreciate his sacrifice and service to his country.

From a friend,
Danny A. McBee
Gastonia, North Carolina 28056


A Note from The Virtual Wall

Shortly after midnight on 02 Feb 1968 the District Headquarters and Combined Action compounds at Cam Lo received heavy mortar bombardments followed by ground attacks by an estimated two battalions of NVA troops. Artillery and air support was called, but heavy fighting continued until about 6 AM, when the NVA withdrew. Reaction forces from both east and west converging on Cam Lo succeeded in trapping a considerable number of NVA as they tried to cross the Cam Lo River, and sweeps to the south also encountered scattered NVA units. Overall, about 150 enemy troops were killed and over 30 captured - but at least 11 US servicemen were killed in the fighting:

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