Robert John Morris, Jr
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- - K. Haberstroh, 02-26-2013
Captain Robert John Morris, Jr. wedding photograph from August 5, 1967
Captain Morris with wife Nancy, daughter Cary and son Robert.
From dedication of a B-52 Bomber at Whiteman AF Base July 24, 2009. Captain Robert John Morris, Jr. was the only pilot killed in action from Missouri. A B-52 static display was dedicated to Captain Morris and the crew of Ebony-02 who flew during Operation Linebacker II during the Vietnam War. See full news article and slide show of dedication ceremonies on the Whiteman Air Force Base web site.
Dedication Plaque at Whiteman Air Force Base, Sedalia, Missouri
Captain Robert John Morris, Jr. article from the Sedalia Democrat Newspaper for the July 24, 2009 B-52 dedication of the Ebony-02 at Whiteman AF Base, Sedalia, Missouri.
Frustrated by problems in negotiating a peace settlement, and
pressured by a Congress and public wanting an immediate end to American
involvement in Vietnam, President Nixon ordered the most concentrated air
offensive of the war - known as Linebacker II - in December 1972.
Captain Robert John Morris, Jr. was buried in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery in St. Louis Missouri. In addition, he has an "In Memory of" marker in the memorial section of Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
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