Albert P Clark

General A. P. Clark graduated from West Point in 1936 and immediately entered the Army Air Corps. He was a fighter pilot and commander of fighter units, entered combat in Europe in July 1942, and was shot down and became a POW until the end of the war. Aside from his many military accomplishments, General Clark devoted a great number of years to volunteer work with the Boy Scouts of America, the U.S. Olympic Committee, and several foundations supporting the Air Force Academy.