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James B. Morehead, WWII ace known as 'Wildman,' dies...

James B. Morehead, a retired Air Force colonel and highly decorated World War II combat ace who earned the sobriquet "Wildman" for his brazen air attacks in the Pacific, and who later became a globe-trotting big-game hunter, died March 11 at a hospital in Petaluma, Calif. He was 95. He had complications from a stroke, said his daughter, Myrna Moritz. Behind the stick of a P-40 Warhawk, Morehead flew with fearless ease and wreaked terror on Japanese planes with his peerless accuracy. Advertisement For his aerial bravery during World War II, he twice received the Distinguished Service Cross, the second-highest military award for valor that can be given to a member of the Army Air Forces. He credited his eight kills during World War II to having grown up during the Depression on an Oklahoma farm, where his rifle supplemented his family's meager suppers. He joined the Army in ...

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