USAF Maj. Fred Treat Gleason-Carlson

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Fred Treat Gleason

Also Known As: "Fearless Freddy", "Trent", "Buddy"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Beaver, UT, USA
Death: Died in Quantico, VA, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Frederick Treat Gleason and Gwendolyn Gleason (Carlson)
Husband of Euralia Gleason; <private> (Mace) and Gloria Maria Gleason (Aguiluz-Berlioz)
Father of <private> Estes (Gleason); Gayle Gleason; Fred Trent Gleason-Mace; Enrique Treat Gleason-Aguiluz, Esq.; Frederick Trent Gleason and 2 others
Brother of William Sage Gleason

Occupation: Retired USAF Fighter Pilot & Crop Duster
Managed by: Enrique Treat Gleason-Aguiluz, Esq.
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About USAF Maj. Fred Treat Gleason-Carlson

Fred was born in Beaver, Utah and raised in Reno, Nevada.

Fred was a World War II and Korean War Fighter Pilot with the "Fighting Cocks" of the 67th Fighter Squadron (Unit 1), 347th Fighter Group, 13th USAAF. Recipient of four Air Medals plus several other decorations. Should have received several more Air Medals and a Medal of Honor but he was cheated out of them by one of his superiors.

Fighter Aircrafts flown by Fred: Lockheed P-38 Lightning, North American P-51 Mustang, Vought F4U Corsair and North American F-86 Sabrejet.

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USAF Maj. Fred Treat Gleason-Carlson's Timeline

1920
April 15, 1920
Beaver, UT, USA
1944
May 1944
- May 1944
Age 24
Russell Islands, South Pacific

Awarding of Air Medals. Captain Fred Treat Gleason was the recipient of an Air Medal.

1950
July 22, 1950
Age 30
ME, USA
1958
August 10, 1958
Age 38
Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazan, Honduras
1998
January 1, 1998
Age 77
Quantico, VA, USA