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Mike Hedrick Wolf Jr


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Family Information:

Parents: Ada and Mike; Wife: Ina; Children: Juhree, Michelle, Susie


Okemah, OK

Date Entered Service:

March 14th 1938 - Oklahoma National Guard. Army Air Corps - December 11th 1941

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Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Ribbon with 5 Bronze Stars and Distinguished Unit Badge.

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Mike enlisted into Company D, 180th Infantry Regiment, 45th Division of the Oklahoma National Guard on March 14, 1938. On August 31, 1940, he reported to Fort Sill, OK where the division was an instrumental part in establishing the facilities. On December 11, 1941 he enlisted in the Army Air Corp and received courses in physics, mathematics, geography, history first aid and 10 hours flight instruction with Aeronca aircraft. He also qualified as marksman in carbine. He trained at Chanute Field, IL., for mechanic and repaired B-17's going to England.

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Flight crew / Ground crew

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Date Transferred from the 58th:

October 9, 1945

Date Discharged from the 58th:

October 18, 1945 at Tuscon, AZ

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He was employed as an engine room operator at the Phillips Petroleum Gasoline Plant, located in Bradley, OK, for 27 years.


Mr. Wolf passed away August 26, 2005.  He is buried at Green Hill Cemetery, Lindsay, OK.



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