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    Mary P. Hartson


    World War II · US Army

    United States of America
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    ASP Pilot Mary Pauline Hartson was an expert pilot who served as an engineer test pilot and instrument instructor during WWII until a plane crash took her life.

    Birth - 11 Jan 1917
    Portland, Oregon
    1939 - 1945 World War II  - Age: 26 years
    Served For
    United States of America
    Conflict Period
    World War II
    Branch
    Army Air Forces
    Gold Star
    Rank
    WASP Pilot
    Company
    2537th AAFBU, CPS(B)
    Enlistment - 6 Apr 1943  - Age: 26 years
    Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas
    Pilot Trainee
    Award
    Congressional Gold Medal
    World War II Victory Medal
    United States Aviator Badge
    Army Presidential Unit Citation
    Army Presidential Unit Citation
    Army Good Conduct Medal
    Stationed
    Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX
    Stationed
    Perrin Field, Sherman, Texas
    Death - 14 Aug 1944  - Age: 28 years
    Plane crash
    Near Willis, Oklahoma
    Burial
    Wilhelm’s Portland Memorial Mausoleum in Portland, Oregon.
    Also Known As
    Pauline
    Father
    Paul Elmer Hartson
    Full Name
    Mary Pauline Hartson
    Mother
    Isabel Blanche Hartson
    Sibling
    Henry S. Hartson, 1913, Kent Seymour Hartson, 1920
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    Created: 31 Mar 2021

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