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James Kemp McLaughlin was ordered to report for duty at MacDill Field in Tampa. When he arrived on 29 April [Annotator'...
Adolph Wilson arrived in San Diego for Marine training after three days of travel on a train from New Orleans. The men...
Robert Gorman was inducted [Annotator's Note: into the Army] at Fort Devens, Massachusetts. He was then sent to Camp...
After induction, Jack Barnes went to Camp Howze in Gainesville, Texas for nine months of training. He trained in...
Gus Gikas considered enlistment to be good for him. Being an amateur radio operator, Gikas could fix just about any...
Frank Bostwick joined the ROTC [Annotator's Note: Reserve Officer Training Corps] for three years while he was in high...
John McConn experienced German machine gun fire at the battle of Saint- Dié. The enemy fired their guns at the...
William Pierce tells the story of his duty on Guam while he was training for the invasion of the Japanese home islands...
Robert Liles went to Mitchell Field on Long Island, New York. He was with a group of pilots who were going to were...
On 8 April [Annotator's Note: 8 April 1944] they got a red flag in the area and they knew they were getting ready to go...
Edward Bale and his Marine Corps Medium Tank Company [Annotator's Note: Company C, 1st Corps Tank Battalion (medium)]...
Robert L. Williams was amazed that he was able to find his friend Joe's grave. Williams had Joe's Army serial number...
John Singlaub experienced live fire training while working with the SOE [Annotator's Note: British Special Operations...
In the mid to late May 1944, John Sacks was sent to England with Aerial Transport Command, ATC [Annotators Note: Air...
Joseph Rockforte was sent to Camp Beauregard in Alexandria [Annotator's Note: Alexandria, Louisiana]. There, he got all...
Mark Gordon Hazard, Jr. was always a thinker and he designed a way to make things easier for his men when marching....
The time came when Anthony Acevedo had to leave home and join the Army. The American Embassy kept close tabs on them [...