Robert Hanson (United States Army Air Forces)

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Robert Hanson (1920–2005) was a World War II U.S. Army Air Forces flier.

He served as the radio operator and as a gunner on the Flying Fortress Memphis Belle, the first U.S. bomber to complete 25 missions in Europe.

After the war, he went into business in Mesa, Arizona. He was the last surviving member of the crew.