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[Annotators Note: Lou Brissie served in the army as an infantryman in Company G, 2nd Battalion, 351st Infantry Regiment...
When they finally stopped they were a couple feet away from a hut. The next morning there were people working on the...
O'Callahan [Annotator's Note: Medal of Honor recipient US Navy Captain Joseph T. O'Callahan] was all over the place. He...
It was dark and they were trying to figure a way out [Annotators Note: after landing on Anzio]. They stumbled upon some...
Snapp enjoyed flying the PQ-8. It had tricycle landing gear and it was fun and easy to land. It was highly maneuverable...
Tenney didn't feel that three rations of rice a day, at about four and a half ounces a ration, was good. He felt it was...
Leonard Spivey had to part ways with the “Georgia Rebel” and Ocie Jones. The next mission of importance was when Spivey...
Richard Greer experienced some bayonet fighting during the Battle for Henderson Field but more so at Point Cruz. They...
John Noack and his crew finally got a plane. They took their time in breaking it in. Finally they received orders to go...
Hawk arrived in England and took a C-47 across the English Channel to France. His aircraft landed on an airstrip on the...
David Paul Spencer carried a .30 caliber M1 carbine. When he was in his hole and woke up to four dead Krauts around him...
When the Marines were about half way down Okinawa the Japanese got around behind them. Robert Akins and some of his...
On 12 May 1944, there was a big air raid with 800 bombers and top cover from Hub Zemke and his wolf pack. They came...
When Richard Candelaria returned to base he did rolls to signify his victories. The crew chiefs could tell that the...
John Keema and his group arrived in Framlingham in mid-July around the time of the Hamburg raids. Keema got to go into...
Wiley stayed on the Portland [Annotator's Note: US Navy heavy cruiser USS Portland, CA-33] for 2 days and slept on the...
The picture of Leisey is on half a dozen things that he can think of. He has copies of the picture that go back to 1944...
Billow did not give an interview for the trials in Europe. He has been interviewed several times since the war. He...
Vernon Baker arrived in Italy on around 28 June 1944. His Medal of Honor action did not happen until the following year...
Inouye helped liberate a village as well. One of the churches in the village had a high steeple. He asked the priest if...
From 20000 feet the Japanese carriers could be seen maneuvering below. The carriers could be identified by their size...
The Americal [Annotator's Note: the US Army Americal Division] came in in October [Annotator's Note: October 1942] and...
Wilburn K. Ross had his molars knocked out in France by shrapnel. His company commander had sent him and about eight of...
At night around Henderson field the fighting was rough [Annotator’s Note: on Guadalcanal]. Quintana could only aim at...
When DeMers was wounded [Annotator’s Note: on New Guinea] he was taken by the aid men to the regimental aid station....
John Vessey learned a lot from his 34th Infantry Division leaders. His experience in North Africa colored his outlook...
They started taking off the most severely wounded. Another APD [Annotator's Note: a destroyer or destroyer escort...
To Richard Greer the staff NCOs in the weapons company were the heroes. They had a lot of old staff NCOs that they...
John Noack was apparently knocked out momentarily when he was hit. Noack himself does not remember losing consciousness...
After leaving the aid station [Annotator’s Note: near Chambois, France on August 20, 1944] Hawk was looked at by...
The 88's [Annotator's Note: German 88 millimeter artillery] started coming in at them around 5:00am [Annotator's note:...
Ardell Bollinger learned about his mission to France the night before 23 September. [Annotator’s Note: Bollinger is...
David Paul Spencer was not afraid much. It may be strange to hear. In the infantry they just accepted what was going on...
The French Foreign Legion decided to fight with the Allies. Charles Scheffel stayed in the tunnel in Algiers that night...
After losing his thumb Rall was out of combat for a while because his wound was infected.He went back to his wing early...
Norman Kleiss could not see if the bombs from the next two planes hit. When he made his run, he lined up on the big red...

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