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James Gaffney got into trouble in Cartagena [Annotator’s Note: Cartagena, Colombia]. Some of the crew was driven in a...
Harold Buell was on the Yorktown [Annotator's Note: USS Yorktown (CV-5)] only a brief time before being reassigned. He...
Richard Bennett recalled a patrol near Palau when PBYs [Annotator's Note: Consolidated PBY Catalina flying boat] picked...
Jack Beverstein had a good career with the FBI [Annotator's Note: Federal Bureau of Investigation]. His most memorable...
Donald Scholle enjoyed the Second World War except for the second skipper on his boat [Annotator's Note: USS Spadefish...
Wallace Hurley missed his bed most of all while he was in combat. The rain was heavy in France. Foxholes filled up so...
George Joseph Bertucci felt the war improved him because he furthered his education afterwards. He had ambition to do...
Francis Higgins feels that the PT boat restoration by the Museum is wonderful. [Annotator's Note: The Higgins built PT-...
Because of the discrimination in the Army caste system, Francis Resta said he came to really hate the Army. But when...
John Raaen and his outfit [Annotator's Note: Headquarters Company, 5th Ranger Battalion] drove toward Saint-Pierre-du-...
Robert Inghram and his fellow prisoners were moved to Moosburg. The prisoners were given 30 minutes to pack. The...
Enrique Cervantes flew two additional missions in Europe after the German fighter crashed into his B-17 [Annotator's...
Troy Edwards and his unit [Annotator's Note: Carrier Aircraft Service Unit 14 (CASU-14)] reached Guadalcanal and set up...
Following POW [Annotator's Note: prisoner of war] debriefing in Yokohama, Japan, John S. Johnson boarded a medical ship...
Frank Kubiak requested a change to heavier weaponry on his ship [Annotator's Note: USS Tillman (DD-641)]. It resulted...
Reuben Weiner has gone through compact disc collections of photos from World War 2 and he sees a lot of photos that...
Donald Scholle was proud to have served on the USS Spadefish (SS-411). He did not like the second skipper who drove the...
After the Battle of the Bulge, Obie Wickersham went back to France, only to be sent back to the front between...
Benjamin Schleider was serving with the 6th Armored Division when they started welding flanges to the steel tracks...
Francis Higgins became employed as an experimental test engineer at the Higgins Engine Company. They manufactured 200...
Robert Rans' first impression of the B-24 [Annotator's Note: Consolidated B-24 Liberator heavy bomber] was that it was...
Robert Inghram and the American prisoners [Annotator's Note: held in Stalag Luft III] were relocated from the East Camp...
There was not much down time for Class 44-7, but Bernice Haydu remembers spending a few weekends swimming at nearby...
Gerald West walked back two miles to the main camp and Edson [Annotator's Note: USMC Colonel, later Major General,...
After exiting the beach at Normandy, John Raaen and his men followed the hedgerows in case they would be fired upon....
When Lowell Brueland changed from Mustangs [Annotator’s Note: North American P-51 Mustang fighter aircraft] to...
H. Lloyd Wilkerson was hosting business acquaintances at a hotel in Charleston, South Carolina when he heard a radio...
Basil Woolf returned to Digelli after dropping off women at Crete. [Annotator's Note: Woolf had taken part in a mission...
John S. Johnson felt the Japanese guards had a dual personality. They could be almost effeminate or childish. Colonel...
Erwin Blonder was sent to a hospital in Illinois for his trench foot. He remembers another incident regarding his...
Perry Smith worked with CNN during the Gulf War as a military advisor. He also worked with CBS and Brian Williams and...
Walter Halloran packed up and left his family to serve his first tour of duty in Vietnam. He was not alone in pondering...
Martin Sklar could tell upon meeting him that Walt Disney was the man in charge. He made his goals clear and never left...
Donald Scholle and his ship, the USS Spadefish (SS-411), sank 14 ships on its first patrol. On the second patrol, the...
William Rupp decided to sign on to work with the Hendy Corporation with a neighborhood friend. The company operated tug...
Robert Gurr came into contact with Walt Disney by designing speed cars for the Disneyland Autopia miniature car...

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