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Won the DFC and the Air Medal with 4 oak leaf clusters.
in Feb 1945 and was in Air Transport Command flying P-47’s and P-51’s He graduated from Turner Field, S/N: O-820680. He was credited with saving at least 10 lives as a pilot in the "Snafu Snatchers" (PBY Catalinas) air sea rescue squadron. He stayed in the service for 21 years and was qualified to fly B-52’s. There was a collision with another plane in the same squadron.
On April 6, 1945, he was co-pilot of a B-17G (S/N: 43-39164) with a crew of 8 on a mission to Leipzig, Germany. 4 was on fire, and the plane went into a flat spin and fell apart. The Lawrence, AL War Memorial site lists him as 2nd Lt.
After that he was with the Chicago Steel & Iron Co.
He stayed in the Services as a Pilot and Ground Electronics Officer.
He retired from Federal Service as the Director of the EDA Business Loan Division (Southeast). He graduated from Turner Field, Albany, GA, S/N: O-820722.
22, 1944 he was co-pilot on a B-24J (S/N: 42-51300) with a crew of 9 leaving from Castelluccio, Italy on a bombing mission on the Lobau oil storage installation at Vienna, Austria. (MACR #8002) He graduated from Spence Field, S/N: O-820446.