This is my grandfather. I have been able to find his enlistment record and an old newspaper article but nothing else. His army serial number is 18202329. This is an article I found in the Burnet Bulletin, 21 September 1944. SSgt Donald K. Glimp of Burnet, Texas has just recently been awarded a third Oak Leaf Cluster to his Air Medal. The citation in part reads as follows: "For meritorious achievement in accomplishing with distinction, aerial operational missions over enemy occupied continental Europe. Sgt Glimp's actions reflect great credit upon himself and the armed forces of the United States." Sgt Glimp has flown twenty six missions over the continent, participating in attacks on Bremen, Kiel, Oschersleben, Brunswick, Munich, Saarbrucken, Aschersleben, St. Lo, Caen, and military installations in support of the Allied forces now fighting in France. He is now serving as top turret gunner on a B-24Liberator bomber. Sgt Glimp has been in the Army 23 months. He received his gunners wings at Harlingen, Texas. He is the former turbine operator at the University power plant, Austin, Texas. His mother, Mrs. M.Z. Glimp, lives at Burnet, Texas. His little daughter, MarthaJane, also lives in Burnet, with her aunt, Mrs. Mae Mason. Any help would be appreciated. I hope I posted this correctly. This is my first time.