MAJ CALEB V. HAYNES
MAJ WILLIAM D. OLD
CAPT JOHN A. SAMFORD
1ST LT RICHARD S. FREEMAN
1ST LT TORGILS G. WOLD
TSGT WILLIAM J. HELDT
TSGT HENRY L. HINES
TSGT DAVID L. SPICER
SSGT RUSSELL E. JUNIOR
SSGT JAMES E. SANDS
M/SGT ADOLPH CATTARIUS
For their flight in the B-15 from Langley Field, VA via Panama and Lima, Peru at the request of the American Red Cross, for the purpose of placing without delay, urgently needed vaccines and other medical supplies in areas of Chile devastated by an earthquake. Elasped time: 40 hrs. 18 mins. Flying time: 29 hrs 53 mins. Great Circle Distance: 4,933 statue miles.
LT COL ROBERT OLDS AND THE 2ND BOMBARDMENT GROUP OF THE AIR CORPS
For their good will flight to Buenos Aires, Argentina and return.
CAPT CARL J. CRANE
CAPT GEORGE V. HOLLOMAN
For their successful development and demonstration flights of the Automatic Landing System.
CAPT RICHARD E. NUGENT
1 LT JOSEPH A. MILLER
1LT EDWIN G. SIMENSON
2LT WILLIAM P. RAGSDALE, JR.
2LT BURTON W. ARMSTRONG
2LT HERBERT MORGAN, JR.
TSGT GILBERT W. OLSON
SSGT HOWARD M. MILLER
CPL AIR MECHANIC 2/C FRANK B. CONNOR
For demonstration of expert instrument flying and navigation, and the will to overcome obstacles to accomplish their mission under exceptionally adverse weather conditions during a flight of three B-10 s from Langley Field, VA to Allegan, MI.
CAPT A. W. STEVENS
CAPT O. A. ANDERSON
For world balloon record stratosphere flight to 72,395 feet.
BRIG GEN HENRY H. ARNOLD
As Commanding Officer of the Alaskan flight (from Bolling Field, D. C. to Fairbanks, Alaska of 10 B-10 Bombers.
CAPT WESTSIDE T. LARSON
For his pioneering flights in connection with the development of methods and procedure of Aerial Frontier Defense during the year 1933.
11TH BOMBARDMENT SQUADRON OF MARCH FIELD, CALIFORNIA
1ST LT CHARLES H. HOWARD, COMMANDING OFFICER
For the air relief mission to the snowbound Navajo and Hopi Indians in January.
BRIG GEN. BENJAMIN D. FOULOIS
As commander of 1st Air Division (Provisional) for its exercises in May 1931, flying for a total of approximately 40,000 hours, suffered no loss of life or serious injury to any participating personnel.
MAJ RALPH ROYCE
For the "Artic Patrol" flight of the First Pursuit Group from Selfridge Field to Spokane, Washington and return in January, 1930 during a period of extreme cold, snow and other bad flying and operating conditions, which resulted in valuable information being gathered concerning airplanes, equipment, and flying personnel carrying on under severe winter operating conditions.