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 1995 Ronald Duck 2-14-1995, Pascagoula
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Ronald R. Duck
Date of Birth: 6/13/1973
Place of Birth: Alabama
Sex: Male
Race: Caucasian
Height: 5'09"
Weight: 160 Pounds
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Brown
Complexion: Olive Skin
Distinguishing Features: Duck has a tattoo on the left side of his chest of "Dark Wing Duck," and a tattoo of a dragon on his left thigh. He also has a scar in the center of his chest that is the result of childhood heart surgery.
Aliases:
Contact Points: NCIS Headquarters, Washington, DC 1-877-579-3648 or NCIS Resident Agency, Pensacola, Florida (904) 452-3835
NCIS CASE No.: NCIS NIC# M821836775
SID No.:

Ronald R. Duck

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Remarks: Duck was last seen during the early morning hours of February 14, 1995. He disappeared under suspicious circumstances from the vicinity of the U.S. Naval Station, Pascagoula, Mississippi. He is known to frequent billiard parlors and bars with pool tables. He was last seen wearing light blue jeans, a blue-gray plaid shirt, a brown plaid flannel jacket, and brown leather ankle-high boots.

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Last Updated: 5/5/2006 4:00:08 PM



http://www.ncis.navy.mil/MissingDetails.asp?Id=66

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Mobile Press register:
Sailor from Alabama reported missing Family frantic a week after Seaman Ronald Duck disappears
Author(s): BRIGHTBILL Date: February 22, 1995 Section: AA

By GINA O'BRIEN Staff Reporter Seaman Ronald Duck Jr., 21, of Tallassee, Ala., has been missing since early Valentine's Day when he mysteriously disappeared while returning to his ship at the Navy Homeport in Pascagoula, Miss., and his family is searching desperately for him.

Duck, who lived with his wife in an apartment off Airport Boulevard in Mobile for several months last fall, was last seen less than 75 yards from his ship, the USS Stephen Groves, at about 3:30 a.m. Feb. 14, according to a shipmate.

In a statement given to Duck's family, the shipmate said the two sailors were returning from playing pool. When they reached the guard shack leading to the vessel, the shipmate stopped to talk to the guard and Duck kept walking. The shipmate said that was the last time he saw Duck.

Pascagoula Police and the Navy are investigating the disappearance.

When Duck failed to show up for work the next day, the Navy initially treated the case as a seaman going absent without leave. But on Friday, after family members arrived in Pascagoula , the Navy put divers in the water and dragged around the ship on the possibility he might have fallen in, said Buford Strength, Duck's father-in-law.

Family members said they could not believe Duck, who had been in the Navy 3{ years, would go AWOL. His wife, Suzette, is expecting a child next month and all his belongings, including a pickup truck, were left behind.

``I don't believe Ronnie has gone AWOL,'' said his mother, Beverly Duck. ``He is not that type of person. There was the possibility he would be getting out next month for medical reasons.''

Mrs. Duck said she had concerns about possible foul play. The weekend before the disappearance, she said, her son told his wife that his life had been threatened. She declined to comment further on the threat because she did not know for certain that it was related to her son's disappearance.

Nevertheless, the family is continuing its search from a headquarters they have established at the King's Inn in Pascagoula . With the aid of Riverside Baptist Church , they have produced flyers and are distributing them around the area.

``We're not leaving Pascagoula until we find him,'' Mrs. Duck said.

Strength said that anytime they get a call in response to the flyer, they go out and talk to the callers.

``We're just chasing everything we can get hold of now,'' he said. ``We just miss him, and love him, and want him back.''

Duck is 5 feet, 11 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. He has brown hair and eyes, a scar from open-heart surgery when he was 3 years old that runs down his chest, and a scar on his right shin. He has a tattoo of a dark-winged duck on the left side of his chest and a dragon on his left thigh.

Anyone with information about the disappearance can call the Duck family at (601) 762-8110, room numbers 444 or 442.
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Above Images: Duck, circa 1995

Missing Since: February 14, 1995 from Pascagoula, Mississippi
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: June 13, 1973
Age: 21 years old
Height and Weight: 5'9 - 5'11, 160 - 170 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian male. Brown hair, brown eyes. Duck has an olive complexion. He has a tattoo of dark-winged duck on the left side of his chest and a colored dragon tattoo on his left thigh. He has a surgical scar on the center of his chest as the result of childhood open-heart surgery and a scar down the front of his left leg. Duck's nickname is Ronnie. He smoked menthol cigarettes in 1995; his favorite brand was Newport.
Clothing/Jewelry Description: A blue-gray plaid shirt, a red and black or brown plaid flannel jacket, light blue jeans, brown leather ankle boots and possibly a gold puzzle ring.

Duck was serving as a United States Navy electronics technician third class in 1995. He was last seen at approximately 3:30 a.m. on February 14, 1995, about fifty yards from his ship in the vicinity of the United States Naval Station in Pascagoula, Mississippi. He and another sailor were on their way to their ship at the time. Duck has never been heard from again. He may have been carrying a silver Zippo lighter engraved with the words "Ronnie Best Friends Scott" at the time of his disappearance. Duck's maroon truck was later found in the port's parking lot. The floor of the vehicle was muddy.
Duck left behind a pregnant wife when he disappeared. She gave birth to his daughter six weeks later. He was devoted to his wife and his relatives and kept in close touch with them, but none of them have heard from him since 1995. At the time he went missing, Duck was expecting to be discharged from the Navy for medical reasons. He said he was afraid for his life; he had recently testified against a sailor who was given a less than honorable discharge for drug use, and was reportedly threatened afterwards.

Duck disappeared under suspicious circumstances. The Navy originally listed him as absent without leave (AWOL), but shortly after his disappearance his case was reclassified as a missing person. He frequented billiard parlors and bars equipped with pool tables in 1995. Duck is originally from Alabama. Duck's mother believes he met with foul play. An infant daughter was born to him a month after his disappearance. Duck's case remains unsolved.


If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) Headquarters
202-433-9225
OR
800-479-9685
OR
NCIS Resident Agency
Pensacola, Florida
904-452-3835
http://www.briansprediction.com/cp/cases/d/duck_ronald.html

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Sadly Ronalds mother passed away the end of 2010 without knowing where Ronnie rests.
Bless her , I hope she finds the answers she had seeked for a long long time in this after life.
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Author: ALICE JACKSON BAUGHN THE SUN HERALD

Dateline: PASCAGOULA

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In the pre-dawn darkness of Valentine's Day 1995, Navy seaman Ronald Reed Duck Jr. stepped out of a car between two guard gates at Homeport Pascagoula. Then, he vanished into thin air.
The 21-year-old serviceman left behind a pregnant wife, a loving family and a baffling mystery that remains unsolved a year later.
Ronald Duck's family and some of his friends will hold a memory walk and a candlelight vigil Saturday night to call attention to the mystery, hoping that someone will step forward with additional information.
``There has been no sign of life or anything that we know of,'' said his stepmother, Sue Duck of Eclectic, Ala. ``You think about everything that could have happened and all the terrible possibilities, including whether or not he might have just up and left the Navy, but he would never have left his family.''
Family.
Sue Duck repeats the word frequently during a telephone conversation from her home. Ronald Duck had plenty of family, and according to Sue Duck, he was devoted to each member.
He called his wife, Suzette, or another relative at least once daily when he wasn't at sea. He called so much that he and Suzette worried about the telephone bills, but Sue Duck said the calls were important to him.
``He had just come back in from being on a ship for three months, and he sincerely thought that he would be getting out of the Navy in about a month because of his health problems,'' she said. ``He talked about coming back home.''
Exactly six weeks after Ronnie Duck disappeared, his wife gave birth to a baby girl. Now, Suzette Duck tries to cope with what happened.
``She's doing good. She's young, and she's kinda trying to pick up the pieces of her life, but she shies away from media interviews,'' Sue Duck said.
The investigation
Navy investigators won't talk about their investigation into the disappearance. The Navy officially lists Ronald Duck as missing.
Ronald Duck and another sailor returned to the homeport in the early morning hours of Feb. 14, 1995, after an off-duty evening. Sue Duck quoted investigators as saying that Ronald Duck stepped from the car to speak with someone after it had passed through the first guard gate. Ronald Duck was not in the car when it checked in at the second gate.
Sue Duck would not say anything more about the sailor or the person who Ronald Duck talked to.
Investigators later found Ronald Duck's maroon-colored truck parked in a homeport parking lot. Sue Duck said investigators found mud on the floor. There were no other clues, except something that Ronald Duck told his wife shortly before his disappearance.
``Apparently, he had some involvement down there with turning in someone aboard his ship for drugs, and he was worried about a revenge-type thing,'' Sue Duck said.
Sue Duck said investigators have told the family little during the last 12 months. They pieced together most of their information during frequent trips to Pascagoula, conducting their own investigation by talking with people and even walking wooded and swampland areas, searching for a corpse.
``I can't begin to tell you how we have tried, but we will never, ever give up hope until we know something,'' she said.
No clues
Ronald Duck bore several distinctive marks. His health problems were heart-related, caused by open-heart surgery at the age of 3. It left him with a prominent chest scar. A duck tattoo also adorned his chest. A dragon tattoo sprawled across his left thigh.
``We thought because he had so many distinguishing marks that if he was alive, someone would have seen him by now,'' Sue Duck said.
The family agonizes over small recollections. Ronald Duck spent the weekend before his disappearance with his wife in Eclectic. She wrote him a $40 check for pocket money during the coming week. Investigators did not find it in Duck's personal belongings aboard the U.S.S. Stephen W. Groves. The check has never cleared the couple's bank account.
Sue Duck said new fliers with Ronald Duck's picture will be distributed this weekend in Pascagoula. The family is trying to convince producers of the ``Unsolved Mysteries'' television program to air their story.
``As long as he's listed as missing, I feel like somebody in the family will keep the search going,'' Sue Duck said. ``We'll never lose hope because he could even be out there and not know who he is.''

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Duck
IN MEMORY OF DUCK
What: Memory walk and candlelight vigil.
Why: To call attention to the disappearance of Navy seaman Ronald Reed Duck Jr. on Feb. 14, 1995.
When & Where: Saturday. The walk will begin at the homeport bridge at 5 p.m. Participants will walk across to the parking lot where Duck's truck was found. The candlelight vigil will begin at 6 p.m.
PHOTO & INFO BOX
http://officialcoldcaseinvestigations.com/...read.php?t=2153

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Ronald Reed Duck Jr


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Ronald Reed Duck Jr
Petty Officer Third Class, U.S. Navy

Ronald Reed Duck Jr was a petty officer third class for the United States Navy. Ronald was born on June 13, 1973 and was from Eclectic, Alabama. On May 05, 1998, he died in a non-hostile incident in United States at the age of 25.


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Name Ronald Reed Duck Jr
Birthdate June 13, 1973
Hometown Eclectic, Alabama
Gender Male
Race White
Religion Southern Baptist Convention


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Navy

Rank
Petty Officer Third Class
Authority Enlisted

Pay Grade
E04
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