Sat, November 21, 1942

They let us out at noon today & I went down to where Mary works & met the gang & got the car. Went with Carol & Ben & Rosemary & her boy friend to the barn dance at Venice Pier. Had a swell time & got home at 4:30 Sunday morning.

Sun, November 21, 1943

Started shooting at 9:00 this morning in Crew Gunner’s room. From there to a short shot in the map room & then before dinner set up in the crew dressing room. After lunch shot that & moved over to the Combat Wing HQ & shot a take with Gen. Travis, Col Dancy, Maj Southworth & Maj Thompson. We finished there at 5:30 and went to chow. I moved my clothes & bed over to our barracks & am now settled. We are just getting started good now & Byron is doing OK so far.

Tue, November 21, 1944

Was on Harry Flannery’s program today on the radio. I was interviewed on the bombing of Germany & France.

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  1. Ron O'Neal

    Harry W. Flannery was an American journalist and author. He was the Berlin correspondent for the news division of the Columbia Broadcasting System in the years leading up to the United States involvement in World War II. In 1942, he published a bestseller about the experience, Assignment To Berlin.

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