Glendon Lee Ammon Missing in Action Vietnam September 21, 1966 357th Tactical Fighter Squadron

Glendon Lee Ammon


Unit: 357th Tactical Fighter Squadron 

Date of Birth: 30-Oct-32
Date of Death: 21-Sep-66
City: Muncie
State: IN

Notes: Colonel Ammon was a member of the 357th Tactical Fighter Squadron. On September 21, 1966, he was the pilot of a Thunderchief Fighter (F-105D) on a combat mission 22 miles northeast of Hanoi, North Vietnam in the Santay area. When he reached the target his aircraft was hit by hostile fire and crashed. His remains were recovered on August 28, 1978. His name is inscribed on the Courts of the Missing at the Honolulu Memorial. For more information see:

 Did you know Glendon Lee Ammon? Did you serve with him? Did you wear his bracelet? Do you have a story of him or photo to share?  If you can answer yes to any of those questions, please leave a comment so all can know he has not been forgotten.


Anonymous said...

there is a picture of his bracelet going around on facebook now.

Anonymous said...

I hope these messages are sent to family members. As was posted, the person who wore his bracelet is trying to find a family member to give it to.

Anonymous said...

There is great news that the person that has been trying to contact a family member of Col.Ammon's, has been in touch with a family member of his and Col.Ammon's MIA bracelet is going home !

Barb said...

I wore his bracelet for years. Just found it in my attic today. Had to find out what happened to him. God Rest his soul. I would surely send this home. Thank you

Dennis Lord said...

A/2C Dennis Lord

I was the orderly room clerk for the 357th Tactical Fighter Squadron at Takhli and was responsible for typing up the paperwork for the awards and decorations that Capt. Ammon received after he was shot down. He was a great man and well liked by all members of the 357 TFS.

StarlightLaura007 said...

LJT. I remember wearing my POW Bracelet all the time for Maj. Glendon Ammon 9-21-66. So very proud to be a part of history. So very proud to honor this Veteran !����

StarlightLaura007 said...

I remember wearing my POW bracelet all the time. So very proud to honor this Veteran. So very proud to be a part of history. I still have my POW bracelet. Let it always stand for bravery and courage. God bless you always Major Glendon Ammon 9-21-66.