Distinguished Flying Cross
Awarded January 20, 1945 for "extraordinary achievement by participating in heavy bombardment missions and allied operational flights totaling more than two hundred hours during which exposure to enemy fire was probable and expected."
Air Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster
General Order No. 162, Dated 20 October 1944. A Citation accompanying Air Medal. It states, in part....for "meritorious achievement by participating in heavy bombardment missions and allied operational flights totaling more than one hundred hours during which exposure to enemy fire was probable and expected. These flights, in which they have flown from bases in India, over Burma, Thailand, China, and the Andaman Islands, have been eminently successful. The devotion to duty, exhibited in the execution of these assignments, and the cooperation displayed therein, as an essential and vital part of a combat team, has contributed much to the successes characterising these operations."
Oak Leaf Cluster awarded May 2, 1945.
American Defense Service Medal
World War II Victory Medal
Established by Congress on July 9, 1945 and awarded to members of the United States Armed Forces for service between December 7, 1941 and December 31, 1946
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