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Rex M. Anderson Collection

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Rex M. Anderson Collection

Biographical Information

Name:
Rex M. Anderson
State of Birth:
OH
Home State:
FL
Gender
Male

War or Conflict
Korean War, 1950-1953
Military Status
Veteran
Dates of Service
1950-1974
Entrance into Service
Enlisted
Branch of Service
Air Force
Location of Service
Randolph Field and Lackland Air Force Base, Texas; Williams AFB, Arizona; Nellis AFB, Nevada; Philippines; Okinawa Island (Ryukyu Islands); Japan; Korea
Prisoner of War
No
Service History Note
The veteran served in Korea in 1952 as a F-86 fighter pilot.

War or Conflict
Cold War
Military Status
Veteran
Entrance into Service
Enlisted
Branch of Service
Air Force
Unit of Service
Air National Guard
Location of Service
Berlin, Germany; Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base, Ohio; Korea
Highest Rank
Lieutenant Colonel
Prisoner of War
No
Service History Note
The veteran served in Berlin in from 1961 to 1962 during the Berlin Crisis. He also served in Korea from 1968 to 1969 flying F-100 aircraft after the capture of the USS Pueblo (AGER 2).

View Digital CollectionCollection Information

Type of Resource:
Video: DVD [1 item] -- Oral history interview
Manuscript: Biographical information [1 item] -- Typewritten document
Interviewer:
Don Moore
Contributor:
Don Moore
Contributor Affiliation/Organization:
Sun Newspapers
Collection #:
AFC/2001/001/78768
Subjects:
Anderson, Rex M.
Korean War, 1950-1953--Personal Narratives
United States. Air Force.
Cold War--Personal Narratives
United States. Air Force.
Cite as:
Rex M. Anderson Collection
(AFC/2001/001/78768), Veterans History Project, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
 
 

 

Last Edit: 2019-11-06
 

 

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