Prior to my grandfathers passing back in 2001 he had mentioned that during the war he was shot down. He jokingly had said that if the Chinese had not found him before the Japanese, I wouldn’t be here! Besides from that I never learned much more about his involvement with the 90th before his passing. Despite my interest, I believe that he felt as though I was too young at the time. If anyone has more information on my grandfather I would truly appreciate it.
I would like to learn more about where he was stationed, why he was awarded the Air Medal and Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster as noted in the article and photographs I have attached. I have also included what appears to be his downed aircraft in one of the photos.
Any further information about my grandfather and his actions during the war would be tremendously appreciated. This period of history has always fascinated me and it’s unfortunate I was not old enough to have a more in-depth discussion with my grandfather before his passing. I’m new to this forum but I have more photographs and look forwards to sharing them.
Inquire about crew members, aircraft, or any other subject here.
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