Warren Veale AF Retirement Article 1964
AF Lt. Co. Veale Plans Retirement Lr a J Retirement of Air Force Lt. Col. Warren E. Veale, a Rochester native and World War II veteran who tested the p 1 a n e two years ago, was announced yesterday. Lt. CoL Veale was assigned to the Boeing Co. when he flew Lt.Col. the acceptance Veale flight of the Presidential VC137, Air Force One He retired as deputy inspector general at Norton Air Force Base in California. Lt. Col. Veale, son of Mrs. Mildred H. Veale of 610 Chambers St., Spencerport, was graduated from Jefferson High School. After studying at the Uni versity of Illinois and Univer sity of Seattle, he entered the Army Air Corps in 1932 and was commissioned the next year. He flew bomber missions with the 8th Air Force. City Man Takes Peace Corps Job Barry Burnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Barklund of 216 Raeburn Ave., is off to Panama to begin a two-year Peace Corps assignment. Burnett is a graduate of West High School and St. Lawrence University. He worked in production scheduling at Eastman Kodak Co. for the last two years. The Peace Corps group with which he trained studied Barry ' Panamanian his-Burnett tory, Spanish agriculture, n u t r i t i o n anc" health at the University o Arizona and recently spen a month at a corps camp i. Puerto Rico.