A pioneer air warrior

November 1990
U.S. News & World Report;11/12/90, Vol. 109 Issue 19, p58
Part II. Medal of Honor. Profiles Kenneth Walker, who enlisted in the Army in 1917 and became a flight instructor. His day of glory was January 5, 1943 when he flew with a mission of six B-17s and 12 B-24s on a bombing raid of the harbor at Rabaul, New Britain where the US forces sank one Japanese freighter and left six others burning. Two B-17s, including Walker's, failed to return and Walker was listed as missing in action, presumed killed.


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