Glenn Albert Khaner

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Glenn Albert Khaner


  • Service Number: 475247UD
  • Place of Birth: Newark, NJ
  • Date of Birth: 11/30/28
  • Inducted at: Philadelphia, Penn on 02.03.48
  • Rank: 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army


  • Active as of July 22

Psych Report

Psych Report

SOLDIER: 1st Lt Glenn Khaner
DOCTOR: Dr. Cassie Aklin

Glenn is a caring, sensitive man whom I regard with the utmost respect. I knew him before we came to Alaska - that seems like a lifetime ago. I know I'm supposed to remain impartial during these proceedings, but I just can't understand why someone so smart and capable would volunteer for Project Abraham. He says that he wants to help the cause, but I think he would have been better suited to Iceland.

I worry because he has some evidence of, mostly expressed as emotional immaturity. He's in denial about severity of the consequences of joining the study.

Glenn isn't up for experimentation this week. That's a relief, for the moment at least.

Record of Service

Record of Service / Army Form B.103-2



Khaner, Glenn Albert

Newark, NJ
Philadelphia, PENN on 03.03.48
1st Lieutenant

Report date Record of promotions, reductions, transfers, casualties, etc. Date of implementation
3/8/48 Completion of initial training. Transfer out to 9th 3/11/48
10/11/48 CO F 5 INFANTRY REPL REGT 10/13/48
10/15/48 CAMP GORDON, GA 10/15/48
11/1/49 CO C 4 INFANTRY 11/3/49
1/24/50 12 CO TRANS C CAMP DODGE, IA Promoted to 1st Lieutenant 1/25/50
4/25/50 22 CO TRANS C BASE STATION IGLOO 4/27/50
9/27/50 12 CO TRANS C CAMP MERRITT, NJ 9/29/50
10/10/50 Transfer to ALASKA - specific base location classified 10/12/50

Dossier - July 25

Psych Report (2)

Psych Report

SOLDIER: 1st Lt Glenn Khaner
DOCTOR: Dr. Cassie Aklin

I can't help it - I feel protective of Glenn. He can take care of himself, I know, but I can't stop thinking about his situation - what brought him here, how prepared (or unprepared) he is for the consequences, and how he just doesn't fit in with the other soldiers.

This isn't exactly sleepway camp, but there's still a spirit of camaraderie that bonds these men. They signed up for a thankless, devastating task and they're carrying on, chins held high and brave until the end.

And then there's Lieutenant Khaner.

He's well-read, polite and honorable. That may sound nice to the women in Glenn's life, but it doesn't earn him any points with his army contemporaries. Instead, they look up to Sgt. Hale. Nathan is their buddy, their chum. Glenn deserves to be included, too, but it hasn't worked out as of yet.

When the lieutenant speaks about Hale, he focuses on his positive attributes, but I can tell there's a spark of jealousy just below the favorable words.

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