Woodbury County

Lt. Roman N. Lamberto

 

 

Four Sioux Cityans Receive Wings

Four Sioux Cityans are among the many pilots of the gulf coast air force training center to be graduated today, and the four will receive the coveted silver wings of the army air force.

Graduation marks completion of 27 weeks of intensive training. The four Sioux Cityans and the field from which they are to be graduated are; Roman N. Lamberto, 914 Jackson Street, Ellington field; Henry G. Mohr, 1701 South Paxton Street, Moore; Charles H. Roadman, 3823 Garretson Avenue, Ellington and Richard P. Hoffman, 2114 George Street, Foster.

Source: The Sioux City Journal-Tribune, August 5, 1942 (photo included)

NEWS of the Boys in the Service 

Lieut. and Mrs. Roman N. Lamberto arrived in Remsen late Tuesday and were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Treinen, leaving yesterday morning. They came from Columbia, S. C., where Lieut. Lamberto was an instructor, and now are headed for Long Beach, Calif., where he will be attached to a ferry command at the army air field.  Lieut. Lamberto has served with the air forces overseas for more than a year.

Source: LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel, November 21, 1944

Lt. Roman N. Lamberto of the Army Air Force, who with Mrs. Lamberto visited Mr. and Mrs. Nick Treinen in Remsen a few weeks ago on their way from Columbia, S.C., to the west coast, reports that they have located at Long Beach, Calif., where Lt. Lamberto is serving temporarily at the Army air field.

Source: LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel, December 19, 1944