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Wyman Nemecek


This collection contains items from World War II and operation enduring freedom. This collection was contributed at the Chadron State College spring 2014 History Harvest.


Wyman Nemecek, Chadron State College History Harvest, 2014


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Items in the Wyman Nemecek Collection

These are Shadow boxes put together with photos, patches, medals, and pins from the time Wyman Nemecek served in the United States Army Air Force (USAAF) during World War Two. Wyman was a tail gunner and flew in forty-two missions in the South…

This is a flag that was flown over Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom in December 2012. The flag was flown by Wyman Nemecek's son-in-law, Major Jeremiah Guild. Guild flew a B1B Stealth Bomber and always flies with an American Flag.

This is a wooden model of a B24 Bomber that Wyman Nemecek and his crew flew during World War Two from 1943-1945.