Didnt find much about him but i did find that he was interviewed by the Journalist Ernie Pyle. The Times Recorder (Zanesville, Ohio) May 27 1944 it also appeared in Council Bluffs Nonpareil (Council Bluffs, Iowa) May 26 1944 & Lima News (Lima, Ohio)May 26 1944
In an article about people on the air base setting up a radio station, Ernie Pyle wrote:
...Still another Kansan,this one is Lt Frank Willms of Coffeyville. Thats the hometown of Walter Johnson,the famous pitcher.Lt Willms says he has never met Walter,but knows the rest of the Johnson family. Lt. Willms isnt in the group i have been visiting, but he is a B 26 Pilot. The reason i am mentioning him is his hair. I met him one night at a party in London. His hair stands so startling straight up that you are struck suddenly rigid when you see it and you cant help but remark on it. "On my first mission i was so scared it stood up like that,and i have never been able to get it to lie back down."