Robinson, Claude G (Interview outline), 2015

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Robinson, Claude G (Interview outline), 2015

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Schantz, Jacob (Interviewer)

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Claude Robinson was born in Detroit, Michigan. After Pearl Harbor he voluntarily enlisted in the military in 1943 and was sent to Jefferson Barracks Missouri for basic training. In Yuma Arizona he was assigned to fly patrols using the B-25, the squadron involved with bombing Japan. Later he would be re-assigned to fly on the B-29. When the War ended he was discharged from the Air Force on December 1st 1945 and put into the reserves. He was considered to join the Korean War in 1950 however his job as an engineer was considered too crucial to be sent overseas.

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2015-05-24

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Grand Valley State University Libraries. Allendale, Michigan

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Veterans History Project (U.S.)

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RHC-27_RobinsonC1808V

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Robinson, Claude G., “Robinson, Claude G (Interview outline), 2015,” Digital Collections, accessed May 17, 2022, https://digitalcollections.library.gvsu.edu/document/40722.
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