After the war, Hans Müller, now 92, remained in the German Air Force, worked
with NATO and, prior to retirement, rose to the rank of colonel. He also turned
down an opportunity to lead the German Air Force.
After the war, Hans Müller, now 92, remained in the German Air Force, worked with NATO and, prior to retirement, rose to the rank of colonel. He also turned down an opportunity to lead the German Air Force.
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published Saturday, January 11th, 2014
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