LTC Sherman Edward Flanagan, Jr hailed from Westminster Md and served with the 355TFS/37TFW. On this day he ejected from his F-100 aircraft over Laos and was recovered. He had minor injuries. However, on July 21, 1968, the news read ” A Super Sabre and its pilot was lost during a mission to destroy an anti-aircraft
Robert Lee Brusenhan, Jr. MD
Robert “Bruce” Brusenhan” grew up in San Antonio graduating from Jefferson High School. He attended The Rice Institute and was accepted in Baylor College of Medicine after three years. He interned in Denver, Colorado at Colorado General Hospital. Next he was assigned as an Air Force Flight Surgeon flying the F-100 in the 53TFS/36TFW from 1958-59 at Bitburg AB, Germany.
He went back to Baylor in Houston for a five year specialty in Urology. He came to San Antonio where he practiced for over 40 years. Dr. Brusenhan was an avid hunter, enjoyed traveling all over the world and gambling in Las Vegas.” (1)