Originally Posted by polishshooter
He was a good man, and a talented heavy bomber pilot, selected by History and thrust by duty into a job he neither asked for nor sought glory from, who quietly trained to accomplish the mission, and did so. And over the years has not questioned, or apparently lost any sleep over doing that job, to the best of his ability.
RIP, Colonel. And Thanks...
Good post, Polish. He was indeed a good man and courageous man. May he rest in peace.