In Memoriam of Walker CJ
Walker CJ became an admin with NAK on August 31, 2018. Over time, he was promoted to the rank of Major. Walker CJ was instrumental in supporting and promoting the NAK community throughout the years.
Born 03/19/1958, during his early life, Walker joined the U.S. Military into the 2d Battalion, 325th Infantry becoming a Sergeant First Class. He served 3 years of active duty; plus 6 years of Army Reserves (Military Intelligence Readiness Command). When he came back from active duty, he married his high school sweetheart and enlisted in the FBI, later to become a Team Leader of a SOG Unit. He remained in the FBI for 30 years until his retirement.
For the past year, Walker was battling with a variety of health issues. Despite the odds being against him, he constantly pushed forward and continue to support the community. Sadly, on 10-27-21 at 2:30 AM Walker passed away. Walker CJ’s real name was Roger Eugene Duncan. Roger was an honorable and respectable man; he was the embodiment and a constant reminder of what great human beings are supposed to be like. He was a man of values and he honored and loved his country but most important his wife, which he remained married to for 34 years.
We are going to miss this great man, but most importantly we are going to miss a friend. To honor the memory of this great man, the USS Freedom in the server of Altis will be renamed to USS Walker.
God Bless you, Roger.
Rest in Peace.
Dear Walker CJ,
I didn’t know you but saw you online a handful of times ever since joining this site. If all I knew is how others speak of you and o your service, that would be enough for me to know you easily earned my respect. Peace be with you.
Prayers for his frailly. I’ve been gone from the community for almost a year due to work and having to travel around the world. I remember playing with along side CJ during the time I was active. I am saddened to return to see the tragic news. He was a great member to this community and I hope his friends and family the best during their time of need.
I never had the pleasure of meeting Walker, but from what I’ve read and heard, he was quite the honorable man. Something we all strive for. Thank you for your service to our country and our community. You may be gone but you will never forgotten. Rest In Peace sir, we have the watch from here.
Roger, It was a pleasure to be a part of this community with you. We may not have talked much, but when we did, it was always a great conversation or a great laugh. I know that what you did here made an impact, and everyone will remember you for who you are and what you’ve done—a Husband, a moderator, a player, a friend, and an inspiration to keep pushing forward. I bid you farewell into the afterlife till the time comes to see each other again. I’m sorry, I couldn’t be there for your ceremony, I really am. But I also look back, at what people tell me, “People online can’t be there for you. They can’t comfort you. They can’t help you physically.” I’m afraid I have to disagree, seeing so much done to give you a ceremony for all of NAK to partake and commemorate the life you lived. Till we see each other again. Goodbye. My friend.
Thank you for your service Roger! You will be missed. We couldn’t have asked for a more amazing person to be a part of this community.
Dear Walker CJ,
Thank you for being an amazing person from the moment I became a member of this community. You were always great to be around and I will cherish those memories with our NAK brothers for time to come. The NAK community won’t be the same without you and we will all miss you very much.
Honor. Integrity. Service. Let us remember those words for the greatness you provided not only the NAK community with, but to your country and family as well.
Much love, rest easy Roger – you will be missed.
rest in peace, thank you for helping others out and me we love you all
Thank you for your friendship. You were a kind soul and I looked up to you for your commitment to family and country. You made a positive influence on my life and that of my wife while she was battling cancer and for that, I will miss you dearly and think of you often.
RIP, Sir. Hats off to you for your honor, commitment and love.
Condolences and best regards,
Rest in Peace good Sir. May you forever rest in peace, for your battle is now over. Let the Lord take you home and care of you, for you are now in his arms and sit by his side.
Wish you were here so that I could personally say “Thank You” for your service and the support you have given to this community. Countless of prayers for your family and I pray that the Lord gives them strength and a peace of mind.
Thank you Mr. Duncan, thank you for everything.
Thanks for all you did for this community Roger. It’s become a better place with you.
Rest in Peace buddy. Thank you for your long career and being a part of our community.
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