US Army Air Corps Cadet Curtis LeMay, circa 1930

Caption   US Army Air Corps Cadet Curtis LeMay, circa 1930 ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 6 Mar 2009
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1. Anonymous says:
26 Jan 2010 01:19:59 PM

Curtis Lemay. A dark figure.
2. fighter jock says:
13 Jan 2011 04:14:03 PM

Curtis LeMay is one of those rare individuals liberal politicians can enlist to perform their heavey lifting during wartime and then villifie forever afterward.
3. OSI agent says:
6 Aug 2013 07:33:23 AM

He's clearly not a cadet in this photo. Looks like some sort of lieutenant's bar on his shoulder, which makes sense because he was commissioned in 1928.

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