Interactions with superiors

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Frank Kubiak admired the ship's skipper, Commander McCorkle [Annotator's Note: US Navy Lieutenant Commander Francis...
Vernon Alexander and the 103rd Infantry Division [Annotator's Note: Alexander was a member of Company H, 2nd Battalion...
Frank Buschmeier was put into a big room on the first night. All night long guys were coming in and were trying to find...
After Joseph Medicine Crow had spent time in Italy, he returned to southern Germany then went to Poland. It was there...
One of Elmo Bell's superiors [Annotator's Note: he does not specify who] doubted the effectiveness of the pathfinder...
Norman Hatch does not think of his experiences on Tarawa or Iwo Jima continuously. Rather, his experiences flood back...
Once William Garbo returned to G Troop, 2nd Squadron, 112th Cavalry Regiment, he resumed command of his machine gun...
Cleveland Peterson and the 59th Air Service Squadron left the United States for India with as much aircraft repair...
John Morrow does not really remember his first mission as a radio operator on a B-17 [Annotator's Note: Boeing B-17...
John Singlaub was in Denver, Colorado commanding a Readiness Region when he was asked to go overseas once again. [...
Arthur Staymates studied with the MPs [Annotator's Note: military police] prior to leading the guards during the...
Jack Lengsfield says that although he thought about the moral implications of bombing cities, he had no qualms and...
Around Christmas [Annotator's Note: Christmas 1944], Charles Murray learned that people in the hospital were being sent...
Benigno Martinez and his regiment [Annotator's Note: Martinez was a medical officer in 2nd Battalion, 351st Infantry...
Lieutenant John Marr led his advanced party along a hedgerow ahead of the main group of Company G, 507th Parachute...
Edward Bale spent the first night on Tarawa sleeping next to a disabled LVT [Annotator's Note: Landing Vehicle, Tracked...
A German force moved north out of Picauville toward Lieutenant John Marr's position and attacked in force with tanks...
After leaving China, John Alison returned to the United States where he was to take command of a wing of P-38s [...
Lieutenant John Marr had encounters with other American officers and commanders in the field early on in the Normandy...
The most memorable experience for Samuel Lombardo during the war came when he had to cross a minefield. It was the most...
John McConn and his outfit spent three weeks training to cross the Rhine River in boats. The first boat to cross with...
Herbert Stern and the 84th Infantry Division crossed the Rhine River [Annotator's Note: on 1 April 1945] and the Weser...
Lester M. Bornstein and his unit [Annotator's Note: 168th Engineer Combat Battalion] followed the Germans to the Rhine...
In March 1945, Robert Gorman learned that he was a father. He received a telegram giving him the news. Everyone in his...
Sidney Philips remembers the whole platoon being sent away to Lejeune. Most of the men were put into the 1st Regiment....
Late on the night on 5 June 1944, John Marr and the men of Company G, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment boarded their...
John Raaen saw an unbelievable number of ships on the morning of D-Day. There were thousands of ships all spaced apart...
At about 6:30 or 7:00 in the morning, Arthur Seltzer went over the side of the ship to enter his landing craft. He was...
John Howland had been involved in Operation Fortitude in deceiving the Germans before D-Day. They were not affected by...
Wayne Pierce returned to his regiment and was placed in Company B. He went to the battalion commander who told him...
Edward E. Boyles was on a landing craft with his platoon [Annotator's Note: at the time, Boyles was serving as a...
Herbert Stern was sent to Fort Carson, Colorado to be the chief of staff of the Second Missile Command. He was told to...
Norman Hatch was asleep at his place in New York on the morning of 7 December 1941. He had preset his radio to turn on...
David Verlander was given leave, and he went home to his family in New Orleans, Louisiana, after which he began a four...
During one impending Japanese air raid, John Alison jumped into the group commander's upgraded airplane and immediately...
Charles Balaza was in the same Corregidor tunnel as General MacArthur [Annotator's Note: US Army General Douglas...

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