||Winnebago County Historical Commission
||Oshkosh Public Museum
||Gelatin print of 2nd Lieutenant Glen K. Lambert.
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||World War II
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||Bust view of 2nd Lieutenant Glen K. Lambert. He is wearing an A-2 leather flight jacket, silk scarf, officer's garrison cap with winged prop insignia, and a radio headset.
Glen K. Lambert was born in Oshkosh, WI on February 17, 1922, the son of Herbert A. and Laura. He graduated from Oshkosh High School in 1939. He worked as a truck driver for Dad's Root Beer Bottling Co. in Oshkosh and Kimberly Clark Corporation in Neenah. He married Marion Schmitz in Oshkosh on April 25, 1942. He had enlisted in the Army Air Force in march 1942 and was trained in Florida and Georgia. He was stationed in Alaska in June 1944. His pursuit plane crashed on Shema Island, Alaska in August 1944 and he was killed in the accident.
||Lambert, Glen K.
||5" x 7"
World War II
United States Army Air Force
||2nd Lieutenant Glen K. Lambert
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