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WORLD WAR II ACE, RETIRED COLONEL,
SENT TO PRISON FOR TWO YEARS

 

Fifty-five years ago, a young Army pilot shot down two Japanese Zero fighter-planes over Tokyo in August 1945, becoming one of the last "aces" of World War II.

Retired Air Force Col. Abner M. Aust went on to enjoy a long military career, topped with 300 missions over Vietnam and the Distingushed Flying Cross.

But today the 79 year-old war hero's life is in ruins. Aust is on his way to prison for the next two years after offering a dump truck and $10,000 to have someone burn down his ex-wife Brenda's house.

That someone turned out to be a confidential informant for the Polk County, Fla. Sheriff's Dept. It could have been worse. By pleading no contest to an arson charge, Aust, avoided the more serious charge of soliciting to commit first-degree murder.

The Austs were divorced in 1987.


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