Bartholomew Society Member Stories: Bruce Dalton
Service in Flight...
During World War II, glider pilots flew unarmed and unpowered aircraft built of steel tubing, cloth and plywood across enemy lines. Their bravery and heroics are legendary. Bruce Dalton was one of those pilots, flying a CG4A glider in the European theatre.
Because of his passion for flying, Bruce was one of the original volunteers creating the
Bruce’s goal, along with other museum volunteers, was to preserve history, educate and honor men and women who serve or have served in the military. In recognition of his efforts, a media center edition was dedicated in his name in 2009.
Bruce passed away in 2007, but his gifts and hard work will ensure that many generations will learn about and remember the sacrifices of those who served.
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