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Artig, Abraham J., 1922-2010


Biographical Note: Abraham J. Artig

Abraham J. Artig (also known as Arthur, Artie, and A.J.) was born in the Bronx, New York on March 18, 1922. He attended Syracuse University briefly, and eventually graduated from SUNY Old Westbury in 1976. During World War II he served as a pilot, flying B-26 Marauders with the 394th Bomb Group. He flew 39 missions in the European Theater. Following the war, Artig returned to America. He married Muriel Salzman and together they had two sons, Donald and Robert. Artig passed away on December 5, 2010.

Biography derived from collection materials.

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Abraham J. Artig World War II Collection

Identifier: 2019-09-11
Overview The A.J. Artig World War II Collection relates to A.J. Artig's service in the Army Air Corps as a B-26 Marauder pilot.

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