The WWII Combat Diary of Lt Kermit Wooldridge B-17 Pilot 1943

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Re: The WWII Combat Diary of Lt Kermit Wooldridge B-17 Pilot 1943

Post by Mark1 » November 18th 2021, 11:42pm

Interesting career path. Started out enlisted, became commissioned officer and aircraft commander in WW2, then artillery officer after. Stayed Army even after Army air corps became USAF in 1947. One of many who formed the greatest generation. I wish I had some faith that America or any of its Allies could now muster the balls to face the challenge those people overcame in WW2.
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