Frazer Dougherty Interview
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SubjectNational Gaurd; bombardier; 345th Bamb Group; Army Air Force; B-25 school; strafing missions; Fort Moresby; abreast formation; Michell Field; General Leif J. Sverdrup; Major General Frank O'Dricoll Hunter
Frazer Dougherty, interviewed by Brady Townsend on June 25, 2014, joined the National Guard in the summer of 1940. When World War II was declared, Dougherty moved to the Army Air Corps where he was trained as a pilot and served in the 345th Bomb Group as First Pilot and survived sixty-three missions. Dougherty went on to become the personal aid and pilot for Commanding General of the First Air Force, Frank O’Driscoll Hunter and retained this position through the end of the war.
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