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Promoted to colonel in April 1957, Jones became director of materiel and later deputy commander of maintenance of SAC's 93d Bombardment Wing at Castle AFB, California.
Like many other men his age he enlisted in the military and honorably served with the United States Army during World War II in which he was a 1st Lieutenant and Flight Engineering Officer on a B-29 with the 313 Bombardment Wing, earning several medals, including the Distinguished Flying Cross.
Sitting in the Hartford International Airport with my grandfather, former WWII POW TSgt Hugo Cappelli, 423rd Bomb Squadron, 306 Bombardment Group, 40th Combat Bombardment Wing, 1st Bombardment Division, Thurleigh Airfield, Eight Air Force; Engineer and Top Turret Gunner whose B-17G, "Belle of the Blue," was shot down by German fighters Tuesday, 12 September 1944, at 1128 hours.
For example, on July 12, 1944, the 332d Fighter Group was the only fighter group assigned to escort the B-24s of the 49th Bombardment Wing to bomb the marshalling yards at Nimes, France.
Allen attended the Air Tactical Course at Tyndall AFB, Florida, and returned to Carswell as an instructor and assistant special weapons officer for the 7th Bombardment Wing.
Then he returned to SAC as commander of the 380th Bombardment Wing at Plattsburgh AFB, N.
While flying with the 19th Bombardment Wing, he served as the staff judge advocate for the wing, then as assistant JAG for the Twentieth Air Force.
He held numerous command positions in weapon system development and air defense, including Commander of the 22d Bombardment Wing, 44the BW, the 320th BW, and the 12th Air Division,