Harry D. “Terry” Terrell, Lt.Col, .USAFR (Ret.) WWII, DFC, 5 Air Medals

Distinguished Flying Cross Medal Ribbon

Air Medal RibbonAir Force Presidential Unit CitationAmerican Campaign Medal Ribbon

Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal - WWII RibbonWorld War II (WWII) Victory Medal RibbonNational Defense Service Medal Ribbon

Name: Harry E. Terrell, Jr.

Rank: Lt. Col. USAF (Ret)

Branch of Service: U. S. Army Air Forces, U.S. Air Force

Unit: 5th Air Force (WWII)

Specialty: Pilot

Active Duty Dates: October 20, 1942 to February 7, 1946,

February 27, 1948 to August 6 1956

Reserve Dates: February 8. 1946 to February 26, 1948

Armed Conflicts: WWII, Korea, Cold War Operations

Campaigns: Asiatic/Pacific Campaigns: Northern Solomon, New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago, Papua, So. Philippines, Luzon, Western Pacific, Air Offensive against Japan

Strategic Air Command during Cold War flying B-47s with Russian targets.

Decorations & Awards: Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal {four oak leaf clusters) Presidential Unit Citation with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Asiatic-Pacific Theater Ribbon with 9 campaign stars, American Campaign, WWII, Victory Medal, National Defense Medal

Speaking subjects: Answering the call after Pearl Harbor, Winning my wings, combat crew training, Combat experiences as a B-25 strafer pilot, Port Moresby, N.G. to Okinawa, Ryukyu

The Cold War. Strategic Air Command B-7StratoJet combat crew, A-bomb target in Russia

“Peace Was Our Profession”