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Lt. Hollis Freeman Missing After Raid

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16
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December
Year
1944
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Lt. Carver Found Dead In Jet Craft

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Day
13
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August
Year
1951
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AACHM Oral History: David Rutledge

Sun, 11/08/2020 - 3:29pm

David Rutledge

David Rutledge was born in 1945 in LaFayette, Alabama and grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He traces his commitment to public service to his experience protesting a segregated lunch counter as a teenager. He attended Tennessee State University and the University of Michigan Law School. Mr. Rutledge has served as Superior Township Supervisor, Ypsilanti State Representative, and as a member of the Washtenaw County Parks Commission and Washtenaw Community College Board of Trustees. He dedicates this interview to his parents and his late wife, Gerri.

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Burt Stodden Lost On Flight

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12
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July
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1944
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Reveals Engagement

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1
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April
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1944
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Air Force ROTC Cadets at Waterman Gym, March 1970

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Ann Arbor News, March 24, 1970
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Air Force ROTC Cadets In Formation At Waterman Gym

Lieutenant Donald L. Alway, March 1944

Lieutenant Donald L. Alway, March 1944 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 4, 1944
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Commission and gold bars were received Feb. 24 by Donald L. Alway, a University graduate and son of Guy G. Alway, of 331 Packard St., at the graduation ceremony of the Army Air Forces Training Command School at Yale University. Lt. Alway left Wednesday night after being home on leave, and his wife, the former Corine L. Pesha, of Ann Arbor, returned with him to Foster Field, Tex., where they will remain for 30 days. He'll then go to Mitchell Field.

Lts. William A. (left) and Irving T. Conlin (right), June 1944

Lts. William A. (left) and Irving T. Conlin (right), June 1944 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 9, 1944
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BROTHERS ON LEAVE: For the first time in two years, the Lts. Conlin, sons of Frank C. Conlin, of 711 E. Ann St., saw each other when they came home on leave at the same time. First Lt. William A. Conlin, (left) 26, has seen action with the Fifth army amphibious forces in Africa, Sicily and Italy. His brother, Second Lt. Irving T. Conlin, (right), 22, a transport pilot, is with an Army Air Forces troop carrier command and expects overseas duty in the near future. Irving will return to duty Wednesday at Fort Wayne, Ind., after a 10-day leave, and William, who was home on a 21-day leave, has reported to North Carolina for reassignment. Irving's wife, the former Helen Dunn, resides at the Ann St. address.