|Roger (Bud) W. Domer|
|SGT. ROGER DOMER
Sergeant Roger Domer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Domer, has arrived in the Hawaiian Islands.
At present, his mother is living in Chicago and his father is working in Alaska. He is an armorer-gunner on a B-24. He enlisted two years ago.
He has a brother, Gordon Domer, residing at 2508 Somona Parkway.
|Awarded Air Medal for Fight Against Japs in Marshalls|
|S/SGT. ROGER DOMER
Roger W. Domer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Domer, has been awarded the Air Medal and promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant from that of Sergeant for missions against the Japs in the Central Pacific as a gunner aboard a Seventh Air Force bomber.
Staff Sergeant Domer enlisted in the Army Air Corps in September 1942 and received his training at Las Vegas, NV and at an Army air field in Texas. He was in the Hawaiian Islands before being sent to his present base in the Marshall Islands.
His brother, Gordon Domer, is in the Army Air Corps, stationed at Sheppard Field, Texas.
|Holder of Air Medal Reports to Miami Beach|
|MIAMI BEACH, FL--Staff Sergeant Roger W. Domer, 22, of Eau
Claire, has arrived at Army Air Forces Redistribution Station No. 2 in
Miami Beach for reassignment processing, after completing a tour of duty
outside the continental United States.
Winner of the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, Staff Sergeant Domer, a B-24 Liberator gunner, returned to American on January 7, 1945, after completing 40 missions over enemy territory during 12 months in the Asiatic-Pacific.
He is the son of Mrs. Bertha Domer, Chicago, IL.
Written by Harold (Diz) Kronenberg
|Bud grew up on the north side of Eau Claire and was an active hockey player for the semi-pro Eau Claire Wings.|