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Old 15th July 2015, 03:34
Edward L. Hsiao Edward L. Hsiao is offline
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Question Lyndon O. Marshall

Gentlemen,

Lyndon O. Marshall won the Distinguished Service Cross during WWII for shooting down four Japanese planes in a single sortie. Anymore information about him please? Did he had any probables over Japanese planes as well? What was his highest rank in the USAF before he retired?

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