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After the war, Edward Field was given the task of flying ground troops home via France and North Africa. He was later...
Walter Bala enjoyed going to his bomb group [Annotator's Note: Bala was a member of the 732nd Bombardment Squadron,...
Perry Garten did not want to remain in the military after the war. Upon returning home, his former company did not...
Alfred Taddeo became an instructor at Melbourne, Florida where he met several former VF-10 [Annotator's Note: Fighting...
John LeBure knew that work was being reduced so he left the company [Annotator's Note: Higgins Industries in New...
After being discharged in August 1946, Harry McKnight went home and enrolled in the University of Ohio [Annotator's...
William Jackson returned to the United States in the latter part of 1946. He lived with his mother and dad and later...
After the war, Joe K. McPhail returned to Mississippi and went into the automobile business as a result of his father's...
After the war, Carroll Knutson wanted to stay in the Army Air Forces and fly. Simultaneously, he was offered entry into...
Sullivan Tindal separated from his wife and worked in various road construction projects in Savannah [Annotator's Note...
Henry Bourgeois went to work in the aerospace industry for Singer as a sales engineer. He was then made a planner and...
The war ended in Europe, but a lot of people were being shipped out to prepare for an invasion of Japan. Arnold Debrick...
Lieutenant Colonel Herbert Stern was assigned to the 9th Infantry Division in Augsburg, Germany after attending the...
Mort Walker then got on a train and went back to Missouri University. He returned to school to complete his journalism...
The only negative thing Frederick Amore heard about the American warfare in the Pacific was when "they used that bomb...
Josefine "Piepsi" Joyce was taken to the location where she was arrested by Charlie Kinesley [Annotator's Note:...
Harold Berkman was still in Austria on 20 May [Annotator's Note: 1945] when his outfit [Annotator's Note: Company F,...
Walter Bowsher worked on an effort called the Mount Fuji Project which was supposedly building a children's playground...
Billy Michal's paternal grandfather worked his way up the ladder in the local lumber business [Annotator's Note: in...
Joseph Orlando reads of our servicemen committing suicide and he does not understand it. He knew men who were bitter...
Floyd James Reissig was hit by shrapnel from one of his own guns. While they were firing, the shrapnel hit him, causing...
Everett Hyland's wounds still bother him. He had a nerve check done on him in San Diego [Annotator's Note: San Diego,...
Earl Tweed served in Germany on occupation duty as commander of an anti-tank company. He held that command until the...
James B. Jones started working for the Graves Registration Program. He went all over Europe looking for dead soldiers...
William Patrick Bonelli was never injured in combat. The closest he got was shrapnel hitting his pilot's chair. He...
After Donald Strait came back to the United States he got married and worked in the Office of Flying Safety in Winston-...
After the conclusion of World War 2, Wilford E. Hastings decided to re-enlist for the Army for one more year and was...
In some ways, Ira Schilling felt he grew up very quickly due to his experience serving in the US Marine Corps during...
Louis Conter returned to the United States for night fighter training. When he received his commission in New Guinea,...
By the end of the war, William Sturman was a Third Class Petty Officer. He used the G.I. Bill to attend New Mexico...
[Annotator’s Note: The interviewer asks William Sturman if the Navy changed between World War 2 and the Korean War.]...
James Marks was on a carrier [Annotator's Note: USS Wasp (CV-18)] that went up through Japan and China with the...
When Philip Sciortino and his ship entered Japanese waters, the sea appeared to be completely mined. An invasion of...
John T. "Jack" Race was flying very important people around in a regular line C-47 [Annotator's Note: Douglas C-47...
Calvin Barrick was transferred to the USS Searaven (SS-196) which was an older submarine based out of Pearl Harbor. He...
Peter Gallo was involved in an incident that got him into trouble in Korea. A Japanese officer came in and was chasing...

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