Combat Doc fulfills promise to grandpa who captained B-17s over Germany

FORT BRAGG, N.C. - Top Photo, right rear: Army Air Corps Capt. Richard Kozlowski, a B-17 pilot, poses for a pre-mission photo with his crew during World War II. Bottom Photo, left to right: Pennsylvania Army National Guard Sgt. Brice Ambron, former Army Air Corps Capt. Richard Kozlowski, Army Capt. Nealy Ambron, and now Air Force Capt. Trevor Ambron share a moment several years ago. The Ambrons have served in the U.S. military for generations. The younger Captain Ambron promised his grandfather, who flew B-17 combat missions over Germany during World War II, that he would someday wear captain’s bars himself. The captain will deploy to Afghanistan early this spring for a year in Afghanistan serving as Provincial Reconstruction Team [PRT] Gardez’ Physician Assistant. (Photo courtesy of Capt. Trevor Ambron)

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