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James M. Foreman, Jr.


Recent Address:

8443 Lucky Point Road, Denver, NC 28037



Family Information:

Wife: Helen


North Carolina

Date Entered Service:

March, 1943

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Bomb Group:

97th Repair Squadron, Tinker Field, OK



Location of Unit:

Keesler AFB

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Thoughts on the 58th Bomb Wing:

I'm proud to have been a part of a great effort, with talented and dedicated men. I have benefited from serving my country, first by observing how major problems and difficulties were overcome, by the benefit of a quality engineering education, and the richness of knowing about other cultures, religions and people. I'm proud of spending 3 months at sea, having crossed the Equator 4 times and spending the same date twice at the international date line while a full-time member of the Air Force.


My work career was spent with a major electric utility and am enjoying a pleasant retirement on Lake Norman, North Carolina.


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