Marshall S. Gullickson

WITH AAF IN ITALY
Corporal Marshall S. Gullickson, 22, husband of Mrs. Vivian Gullickson of 915 Vine Street, recently arrived overseas and is assigned to a heavy bombardment group. He is a tail gunner on an Army Air Forces B-17 Flying Fortress, operating out of Italy. Corporal Gullickson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Gullickson, of the above address, and a graduate of Eau Claire High School.

Corporal Marshall S. Gullickson, tail gunner aboard an Army Air Forces B-17 Flying Fortress, operating in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations, was recently promoted to the grade of Staff Sergeant. He has successfully completed more than 10 combat missions over enemy-occupied Europe and has been awarded the Air Medal for "meritorious achievement in aerial flight." Sergeant Gullickson is a graduate of Eau  Claire High School. His wife, Mrs. Vivian Gullickson, and small son live at 915 Vine Street. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Gullickson of the same address.

AIR MEDAL
Staff Sergeant Marshall S. Gullickson of 915 Vine Street, Eau Claire, tail gunner aboard an Army Air Forces B-17 Flying Fortress, was recently awarded the Air Medal for meritorious achievement in aerial flight, while serving with the 15th Army Air Force in Italy. 

The award was presented to Sergeant Gullickson, a veteran of more than 13 combat missions over German soil and supply installations, by Colonel Paul L. Barton, Group Commander. 

Sergeant Gullickson is a graduate of the Eau Claire Schools and was employed as a salesman for the Pepsi-Cola Company. His wife, Mrs. Vivian Gullickson, resides with Sergeant Gullickson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Gullickson at the above address.


AWARDED AIR MEDAL
Staff Sergeant Marshall S. Gullickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Gullickson, 915 Vine Street, and whose wife, Vivian, makes her home at the same address, has been awarded the Air Medal for "meritorious achievements" in aerial activities from an Italian heavy bomber base. Sergeant Gullickson has taken part in more than 20 combat missions over enemy-occupied Europe.