Harold A. Spatz, 6936659, Sergeant
Graduated from Lebo High School, June, 1939 and entered military service on November 25, 1939 at Fort Riley, Kansas. Received training as aircraft mechanic at Glendale, California from September, 1940 until March, 1941. Captured by the Japanese after Tokyo Raid and executed by firing squad on October 15, 1942. Decorations include the Distinguished Flying Cross, Purple Heart, and the Chinese Breast Order of Yung Hui.
Born July 14, 1921, Lebo, Kansas
Lt. Farrow and Sgt. Spatz were executed by the Japanese along with Lt. Hallmark of the 6th bomber on Oct. 15, 1942.
Executed at Kiangwan Cemetery, Shanghai, China
National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific
Section Q Grave 297
Originally interred at Schofield Barracks, Mausoleum #2,
Dormitory named in his honor at McConnell Air Force Base, Wichita, KS
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