Major General Millard Harmon awarding the Distinguished Flying Cross to Doolittle Raider Harold Watson, Walter Reed Hospital, Washington DC, United States, Jun 1942

Caption   Major General Millard Harmon awarding the Distinguished Flying Cross to Doolittle Raider Harold Watson, Walter Reed Hospital, Washington DC, United States, Jun 1942 ww2dbase
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Added Date 2 Nov 2012

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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
19 Jul 2012 04:34:11 PM

Front row, left to right: 1st Lieutenant Charles McClure, 1st Lieutenant Harold Watson, 1st Lieutenant Ted Lawson, General Millard Harmon, and General James Doolittle. Rear row, left to right: McClure's mother, Henry Morgenthau, Watson's mother, Watson's wife, Watson's father, Lawson's wife, 2nd Lieutenant Wallace Pickard, 1st Lieutenant James Parker, Jr., and 2nd Lieutenant Howard Sessler.

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