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Bob Rosenthal

Bob was one of the outstanding heroes of the Eighth Air Force and one of the most decorated. Besides the Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Stars, Many Distinguished Flying Crosses and innumerable Air Medals, he was cited by several governments. He was shot down three times and managed to evade capture. Once he went east and ended up in Russia, where he had dinner with the U.S. Ambassador to Russia, Averell Harriman. He completed two tours - fifty missions and was starting on a third when the war ended. Because of his good nature and concern for his men, he was one of the most popular officers in the 100th Bomb Group.

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