Donald W. Gluck
Lieutenant Colonel Donald W. Gluck was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School Class 8-52, 3 March 1952. His first duty assignment was as Rifle Platoon Leader and Company Commander, 86th Infantry, 10th Division, Fort Riley, Kansas. | His subsequent assignments include: Platoon Leader, 7th Infantry Regiment, Korea; Battalion S-2, 7th Infantry Regiment, Korea; Company Commander, 7th Infantry Regiment, Korea; Detachment Commander, 1201 ASU Headquarters, Fort Jay, New York; Assistant to the UN Ambassador, Henry Cabot Lodge, Fort Jay, New York; Detachment Commander, Field Detachment ‘M’ 8582, ACSI. DA, Alaska; Student, Infantry Advance Course, Fort Benning, Georgia; Commander, M Company, 3rd Battalion, USATC, Fort Dix, New Jersey; Student, Command and General Staff, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; Senior Advisor, 21st Division IV Corps, Vietnam; Professor of Military Science, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois; Chief Force Structure, MACV, Vietnam/Cambodia; Instructor, Leadership, BBOD, USAIS, Fort Benning, Georgia. | Lieutenant Colonel Gluck retired from active duty in 1973. At the time of his induction, he was an instructor for internet-based instruction at Troy State University, Fort Benning Campus.