Fisher, William Parker, Maj Gen

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Last Rank
Major General
Last Primary AFSC/MOS
00066-Air Commander
Last AFSC Group
Command and Control
Primary Unit
1964-1964, Air Force Space Command (AFSPC), United States Space Command (USSPACECOM)
Service Years
1934 - 1964
Officer Collar Insignia
Major General

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Year of Birth
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Contact Info
Home Town
Atlanta, GA; Southern Pines, NC
Last Address
Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas

Date of Passing
Jul 24, 1991
Location of Interment
Not Specified
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Grand Bahama, Bahamas

 Official Badges 

Commander Air Force Retired

 Unofficial Badges 

Cold War Medal

 Additional Information
Last Known Activity
Following his retirement from the Air Force General Fisher was hired as President of the Grand Bahama Development Company at Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas. He and his wife Dorothy built a beautiful home on a golf course there where they lived at 4 Hampstead Rd for almost 30 years. He left the Development Company after 5 years and became a successful entrepreneur and a member of the Bahamas National Golf Team. He enjoyed traveling internationally playing in many golf tournaments.

He died there in 1991 at 79 years of age and was cremated. His ashes were spread from a low flying aircraft along the fairway of the 17th hole at the Lucayan Golf and Country Club just behind his home.

He was survived by his wife, Dorothy and his two adult children, W. Douglas Fisher of Bethesda, MD, and Ann Fisher of Coral Gables, FL, and four grandchildren. 

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 Unit Assignments/ Advancement Schools
78th Pursuit Squadron, Interceptor28th Bombardment Squadron, Heavy19th Bombardment Group, Heavy3rd Air Force
58th Bombardment Wing, Very Heavy308th Bombardment Group, Heavy20th Air Force7th Bombardment Wing, Heavy
43rd Bombardment Wing, Heavy36th Air DivisionFar East Air ForcesStrategic Air Command (SAC)
US Air Force8th Air ForceMilitary Air Transport Service (MATS)Air Force Space Command (AFSPC), United States Space Command (USSPACECOM)
  1935-1940, 9th Bombardment Group, Very Heavy
  1940-1941, 78th Pursuit Squadron, Interceptor
  1941-1942, 28th Bombardment Squadron, Heavy
  1941-1942, 19th Bombardment Group, Heavy
  1943-1944, Heaquarters, 3rd Air Force
  1943-1944, 58th Bombardment Wing, Very Heavy
  1944-1947, 308th Bombardment Group, Heavy
  1944-1947, 20th Air Force
  1949-1950, 7th Bombardment Wing, Heavy
  1950-1951, 43rd Bombardment Wing, Heavy
  1951-1952, 36th Air Division
  1952-1953, Far East Air Forces
  1953-1955, Strategic Air Command (SAC)
  1955-1956, 1st Air Division
  1956-1956, Headquarters, 8th Air Force
  1959-1964, Eastern Transport Air Force (EASTAF), Military Air Transport Service (MATS)
  1964-1964, Air Force Space Command (AFSPC), United States Space Command (USSPACECOM)
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1941-1945 World War II
  1950-1953 Korean War
 Colleges Attended 
North Carolina State University
  1930-1934, North Carolina State University
 My Aircraft/Missiles
B-10 Martin Bomber  B-18 Bolo  P-36 Hawk  P-40 Warhawk/Kittyhawk  
B-17 Flying Fortress  B-24 Liberator  B-25 Mitchell  B-36 Peacemaker  
B-29 Superfortress  
  1935-1940, B-10 Martin Bomber
  1935-1940, B-18 Bolo
  1940-1941, P-36 Hawk
  1940-1941, P-40 Warhawk/Kittyhawk
  1941-1941, B-17 Flying Fortress
  1944-1947, B-24 Liberator
  1948-1950, B-25 Mitchell
  1950-1951, B-36 Peacemaker
  1952-1953, B-29 Superfortress
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