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Douglas Flack served from September 18, 1942 to October 22, 1945, discharged with the rank of Major. A photogunner in the South Pacific, Flack served in Nadzab, Dutch New Guinea; Owin Island, Leyte; clark Field in the Philippines and in le Shima,…

Official certificate of honorable discharge awarded to S.Sgt. Douglas Flack at Camp Beale, California. The document confirms that S.Sgt. Flack fully served three full years in the United States Army and was discharged on 22 October 1945.

A comprehensive record of flights completed by S.Sgt. Douglas Flack between 1 February 1945 and 1 August 1945. The listing includes date, flight time, and aircraft type.

Official listing of missions flown by S.Sgt. Douglas Flack.

DD-214 personnel record for S.Sgt. Douglas Flack's tour of duty in the SW Pacific.

An order from Lt. Gen. George C. Kinney listing the officers and enlisted men, including S.Sgt. Douglas Flack, that were to receive the Air Medal and/or the Oak-Leaf Clusters and the missions for which they were decorated.

Seven black and white photos of American servicemen most likely in and around Manila, Philippines, including Clark Field.

The first photo in the second shows servicemen Sam Friedman, Stan Applebaum, and S.Sgt. Douglas Flack in front of a…

Four black and white photos of unidentified American servicemen in camp.

Seven black and white photos of S.Sgt. Douglas Flack and unidentified colleagues in and around Manila, Philippines.

Five photos show S.Sgt. Douglas Flack interacting with the local population.

The third photo in the second column shows the…

Seven black and white photos showing American personnel, including S.Sgt. Douglas Flack, in Quezon City, Philippines.

The third photo in the second column and first photo in the third column show S.Sgt. Douglas Flack interacting with the local…