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September 25, 2017

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This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of Andrew M Bennett, a young boy whose life was affected....
June 12, 2016
In January 1982, our B-52H crew (E-63), at Ellsworth AFB, had the privilege to fly General Davis through the newly - opened "S.T.R.C." low-level training route. Naturally, he was the perfect SAC professional, and a pleasure to meet. Glenn J. Bejsovec, Major, USAF, Retired
November 3, 2014
Unfortunately, I never had the chance to meet General Davis.. however, I spent several years as a roommate to his brother Harold Davis as a young adult while in Kansas City, Mo. Harold lived there after we were roommates with his mother. Harold was also quite a gentleman. Several years ago I attempted to contact General Davis and visit
for a bit, but after locating his son, I was informed that his health condition did not make that possible.. I want to say how proud I am of his service to the country.
Charlie Kukral
May 22, 2013
I had the thrill of a lifetime attending Air Force Undergraduate Pilot Training at Vance AFB, OK - General Davis' UPT training base - in 1980-1981, during which he was Commander Air Training Command. I have just recently come across my UPT Distinguished Graduate letter, signed by General Davis, while going through old papers and keepsakes, and decided to get it custom framed, as it is one of the accomplishments in life of which I'm most proud. On the back of the letter, I decided to put General Davis' biography, along with his photo, to give some historical perspective to my award. The search for that bio information led me to find out that he had passed just last autumn, which in turn led me to this Guest Book. As a young officer going through pilot training, I knew nothing of the Commander who would sign my award letter, but reading about him, I gained an appreciation for the type of leader and gentleman that he was, and wish to express my condolences and gratitude to his family for his service to our country. The good general and I have something else in common... the love of the game of golf! If there are golf courses in heaven (and I have no reason to believe otherwise), it would be an honor to play a round of the greatest game ever played with one of our country's greatest military leaders! RIP, General Davis.
December 21, 2012
I worked for Gen Davis at Offutt in the early 80s. I took the pictures for the "Air Pulse" base newspaper, and would sometimes get the chance to photograph him. I still have the photos too. It was a privilege to work for the man, and I also enjoyed jogging by his house on Generals Row. My condolences to the Davis Family. He was one heck of a leader.
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