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Donald N. Yates in USSTAF to support this effort. He took I rv Krick with 1910-1993 him, along with some others from his Pentagon Weather Central. One of their most important efforts led to the success of Operation Argument in February, now The AMS and the U.S. Air Force lost one of their known as "The Big Week," a period of huge air attacks most distinguished meteorologists when Lt. General on Regensburg and Leipzig: it broke the Luftwaffe's Donald N, Yates (Ret.) of Longwood, Florida, died 28 logistical back—a significant factor in the success of August 1993. Operation Overlord (D-Day). Born and raised in Bangor, Maine, Yates entered West Point in 1927. A sports enthusiast, he lettered in It was during this time that I experienced and came soccer and gymnastics. to appreciate one other quality in Yates's character. He captained the gym- One Sunday afternoon at Widewing (the code name nastics team in his last for Yates's USSTAF weather central), after a long year and was also a night and ensuing day, I was idling alone at my map table waiting to hear the day's results from the out- member of the unde- skirts of Frieburg, which is

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