World Battle II fighter pilot who belonged to the squadron that shot down the plane of Japan admiral Isoroku Yamamoto. He analyzed agricultural executive at Oregon Condition University or college before enlisting in the U.S. Military Air flow Corps in 1940. He received a Navy Mix, two Silver Celebrities, a Purple Center, and an Air flow Medal during his recognized military profession. He was created in Culver, Oregon. He and Tuskegee Airman, Lee Archer, had been both popular fighter pilots of Globe War II.