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Old 12th March 2018, 09:48
Edward L. Hsiao Edward L. Hsiao is offline
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Post Alexander Gillis, USMC

Gentlemen,

Need information of USMC military career of Alexander Gillis,a Korean War fighter pilot who shot down three MiGs during a three-month tour in Korea. I believe Gillis was a three war veteran of WWII,the Korean War,and Vietnam War. What were his decorations he had won? What was his highest rank before he retired?


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