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LT Robert Stack US Navy (Served 1942-1945)

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LT Robert Stack

US Navy

(Served 1942-1945)

Shadow Box: http://navy.togetherweserved.com/profile/511777

Short Bio: Stack joined the Navy during World War II, serving as an aerial gunnery officer/instructor for three and a half years. During his service, he earned numerous medals and commendations, particularly for his skill at sharp-shooting. He was a top-notch air-to-air gunnery instructor. Because of his expertise as an Olympic champion skeet shooter, (U.S. 20-gauge champion skeet marksman before WWII, he holds the record for more than 350 consecutive skeet hits) he was assigned to teach anti-aircraft gunnery.

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  1. stan armstrong
    May 26 2018

    He and his brother were Navy Officers during the war, in San Francisco. My dad used to deliver furniture to their home and my father would tease Robert stack and tell him that he look like Gary Cooper,, and they would have a laugh about it. My dad worked at the San Francisco shipyard during that time.

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