The Caddo Herald
December 1, 1944
Sgt. James Hartman Does Important Aircraft Work
An Air Service Command in England: When Berlin reels under the massive air raids by American PT bombers Sgt. James E. Harman of Caddo, Oklahoma shares the credit for another aerial blow to victory.
Assigned to this important Air Service command Ordinance depot, he is helping to rush vital supplies of high explosive bombs to the air forces now supporting allied ground troops advancing in west Europe.
Record numbers of missiles are now falling on Germany as a result of his day and night job speeding the weapons from Air Service Command railheads in England to bomb bays of planes waiting to take off over the continent.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hartman of Caddo route 3.