Chief Controller, Air Operations Section, Special Force Headquarters from 19 June 1944 to 23rd September 1944.
He joined the US Air Corps Ferrying Command of the North Atlantic Wing in 1941, serving on Presque Isle, Maine, as supply officer. In 1943, he was transferred to the Office of Strategic Services on Baker Street, London. He was decorated by King George VI for his outstanding services and awarded the Order of the British Empire.
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The 492nd Bomb Group, after flying similar missions to other heavy bomb groups until the late summer of 1944, took up 'Carpetbagger' missions, transporting agents, supplies and propaganda leaflets to southern France. The Group was taking on the role of...
The 801st Bomb Group was established as part of the Eighth Air Force in late March 1944 to carry out 'Carpetbagger' missions. These were night missions over France and other parts of occupied Europes to support resistance forces by dropping in agents,...
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