William Gregory Interview for the Veterans' Voices Project

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William Gregory Interview for the Veterans' Voices Project

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Creation Date

6-15-2018

Description

William Gregory (DOB: August 4, 1920) enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps in September 1941 and received his commission in April 1942 after completing pilot training. He served in the 83rd and 49th fighter squadron during World War 2. Mr. Gregory flew numerous missions during the Second World War and served as a flight instructor. He also flew bomber planes and was involved in the U2 program helping to locate missiles in Cuba during The Cuban Missile Crisis. Mr. Gregory retired form the United Sates Air Force in 1975 as a Colonel.

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Interviewee

William Gregory

Interviewer

Ericka Carter

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Special Collections and Archives; Wright State University Libraries

Digital Publisher

Digital Initiatives and Repository Services Department; Wright State University Libraries

Document Type

Interview

William Gregory Interview for the Veterans' Voices Project


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