BULTMAN, DEUWARD G.F., 1925- , INTERVIEWEE

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BULTMAN, DEUWARD G.F., 1925- , INTERVIEWEE

Transcript of oral history interview, Charleston, S.C., 14 January 2014. Interview by Larry A. Grant, from The Citadel's Oral History Initiative Transcript 30 p. 1 CD duration 50 min.

Deuward Bultman was born in 1925 in Sumter, SC. In this interview, he discusses his family roots in Germany, their business in Sumter, and longstanding connections to The Citadel. He enrolled in the fall of 1942, and enlisted a few months later before going on active duty in June of 1943. His WWII flying career consisted primarily of flight training for B-17 and B-29 aircraft. He was released from active duty in December 1945 before attending the University of North Carolina where he graduated with a degree in commerce in 1948. He was in the US Air Force reserve before returning to active service during the Korean War. Bultman also discusses the Cold War and recalls a near accident he had at Langley Airbase in Virginia. He has worked as an accountant for more than fifty years.

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