Born: United States of America
Primarily active in: United States of America

Brigadier General O. Glenn Goodhand was a Washington representative for Boeing, Vertol, a member of the US Army Aviation Hall of Fame, and a past president of the Army Aviation Association of America.

Goodhand was inducted into the Army Aviation Hall of Fame in 1975 for his contributions from 1942-49. During World War II, he accumulated more than 500 combat flying hours, and improvised unique and effective aerial tactics which are still used today.

Goodhand retired from the Army in 1964 as a Brigadier General and Master Army Aviator, the highest level of pilot achievement within the US Army. He subsequently served as national president of the Army Aviation Association of America from 1965-67. He died September 11, 1984, at his home in McLean, VA after a long illness. He was 75 years old

In Memoriam (pg-71) : VERTIFLITE November/December 1984