Conrad J. Kersch.
He started racing C and D Stock Hydroplanes at the age of 55. He was number one in his region. Dad last worked as a government civilian for the military. He was a airplane and helicopter electrician at Stead Air Base, Reno, Nevada and Mather AFB, Sacramento, California. (Kris Kersch)
Military | Technical Sergeant | Bombardier, Bombardier; Togglier
Hit by flak just after bombs away on a mission to Wizernes, France on 26 Mar 1944, B-17G 42-31929 'Tennessee Hillbilly' crashed N of St. Omer after the crew baled out. Evaded capture (EVD).