LTC Glen "Dutch" M Ebaugh was a VHPA member who died after his tour in Vietnam on 06/22/2011 at the age of 83.9
Marietta, GA
Flight Classes 53-F and 53-L
Date of Birth 07/17/1927
Served in the U.S. Army
Served in Vietnam with 173 AHC in 66, IIFFV in 66-67
Call sign in Vietnam ROBINHOOD 6
This information was provided by Bob Heber

More detail on this person: It is with great sorrow that I inform the VHPA of the death of my dear friend and former Commanding Officer LTC Glenn M. Ebaugh. I served with Glenn when he was the CO of the Aviation Detachment for HQS II Field Force at Long Binh.

Please inform those VHPA members who were assigned to the detachment as well as those members of the Robinhoods as Glenn was the first CO of the Robinhoods based in Lai Khe.

From: Bob Heber

Long time Woodmoor resident, Lt. Col. Glenn M. Ebaugh, 84, who was an Army Aviator and Army officer died Friday June 22, 2011 in Marietta, Ga.

Lt. Col. Ebaugh was born July 17, 1927 in Jacksonville ,Il. to Glenn and Dorothy Ebaugh. He was married Aug. 27,1949 to Roberta J. Stewart who survives. He is also survived by a daughter, Alicia Eriksen, and son-in-law John of Marietta, Ga. and son Stewart, and daughter-in-law Carol of Stockbridge, Ga. He has four grandchildren and a brother of Altoona, Fl.

Lt. Col. Ebaugh served in the Navy, Marine Corps and Army for 29 years. His duty assignments included World War 2 on a Navy LST, in Korea(1956-1957) and Vietnam where he commanded the 173 Assault Helicopter Co. (Robin Hoods). He received numerous awards and decorations including the Military Legion of Merit on two occasions, twice the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Purple Heart on three occasions, the Bronze Star and twenty seven Air Medals plus many other commendations and devices.

Lt. Col. Ebaugh had lived in Woodmoor since 1977, interrupted while working for Textron, Inc. in Iran during the Iranian Revolution and also for Bristow Helicopters Group LTD. Of Redhill, Surrey, England in Texas for several years before retiring permanently to Woodmoor in 1982.

Memorial service and internment will be at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date.

From: John Eriksen

Burial information: Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA

This information was last updated 05/18/2016

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