David Cram’s father was a B-24 crewman in WWII. Like many son’s and daughter’s of the World War II generation he didn’t know much about his dad’s service in the war until someone else took an interest in his amazing story. It was then David Cram realized the true nature of the ordeal his father and crew went through to liberate Europe. Like many veterans, his father didn’t share much of his WWII journey, probably to protect his family from what he went through, but also because David Cram’s father felt it best to store his memories of his time in WWII somewhere in the back of his mind. They would always be there, but locked away in a vault only he could open.