Raymond E. Miller

Bombardier Gets Combat Training
Second Lieutenant Raymond E. Miller, 25, bombardier, of Eau Claire, will soon complete an intensive course in combat flying at the Alexandria Army Air Field, Alexandria, LA and, in the near future, he will go overseas to a combat area.

He is the member of a Flying Fortress crew trained by the Second Army Air Force, which has the task of readying four-engine bomber crews for overseas duty.

Listed among the instructors at the Alexandria Army Air Field are many officers and enlisted men who have seen action in every theater of war. These veterans direct crews through training conditions that simulate actual combat, stressing teamwork, formation flying and high altitude missions.

Lieutenant Miller graduated from Chetek High School in 1937. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Miller of 610 Fifth Street, Eau Claire.