You can suggest corrections to the following fields for item Hunsberger, Eldon (Interview outline and video), 2008.

You can also leave general comments or suggestions in the "comments" section. An administrator will review your contribution.

Thank you for taking the time to improve this site!

Please describe the nature of this correction, or anything about it that we should know. Thanks!

Check this box if it is okay for us to contact you about this correction.

An entity responsible for making contributions to the resource

Current data for Contributor

Smither, James (Interviewer)

An entity primarily responsible for making the resource

Current data for Creator

Hunsberger, Eldon

A point or period of time associated with an event in the lifecycle of the resource

Current data for Date


An account of the resource

Current data for Description

Eldon Hunsberger was born on a farm in Plainfield, Michigan. He went to college for 2 years and then joined the Army Air Corps and trained as a pilot. He flew B-26 bombers on 65 missions over Italy from bases in Tunisia, Sardinia and Italy. When he got back to the US he was in the Army Reserve and then got called back in April of 1952 for the Korean War. Eldon flew a KB-29 and refueled planes on their way to Hawaii.

A related resource from which the described resource is derived

Current data for Source

Veterans History Project collection, RHC-27

report a problem with this page