I am attempting to retrace the war history of my deceased uncle. Due to restrictions in releasing info by the Natl Archives and Records Administration I only have limited detail provided by the freedom of information act.
I do know that my uncle, Solomon Kuslansky, was a B-17 crew member, did fly out of Italy, and participated in the Ploiesti raids. The info released under the FOIA detailed decorations and awards which included the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal among others. This detail steered me towards the 301st. I was hoping that you do have a register for all members of the 301st. My uncle lived as a recluse, and out of state, and I do not want his legacy to be forgotten. If by chance you can steer me towards some leads, it would be most appreciated.
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