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Donald W. Duncan: ''This is about the American soldier and anti-war activist. For others, see Donald Duncan (disambiguation).''
Master Sergeant Donald Walter "Don" Duncan (March 18, 1930 – March 25, 2009) was a U.S. Army Special Forces soldier who served during the Vietnam War, helping to establish the guerrilla infiltration force Project DELTA there. Following his return to the United States, Duncan became outspoken in his opposition to the war and became one of the leading public figures in opposition to the war. Duncan is best remembered as the military editor of the radical monthly magazine, ''Ramparts'', during the Vietnam War and for his testimony to the 1967 Russell Tribunal detailing American war crimes in Vietnam. Provided by Wikipedia