\"Performance of equipment

The map only displays records that have geographic information. Switch to the grid view to see all records.

Map is loading...
Timeline is loading...

The timeline only displays records that have date information. Switch to the grid view to see all records.

After the war, Benjamin Troemel was sent down to the Panama Canal Zone, and from there he was sent to Bermuda as...
Francis Higgins says a female off camera had his uncle in a spell. [Annotator's Note: His uncle was Andrew Jackson...
James Weller volunteered as a gung-ho young man looking for trouble. He enjoyed his war years and the people he met....
Arthur Seltzer was a participant in the Battle of the Bulge. The battle began in December 1944. It was cold and...
John Raaen saw the focus at the US Military Academy change after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. It became obvious...
Frank Kubiak failed his assessment examination at the Navy boot camp. He fell asleep because he had guard duty the...
Robert Gorman was inducted [Annotator's Note: into the Army] at Fort Devens, Massachusetts. He was then sent to Camp...
Bruno Viani was in the 102nd Medical Regiment, Company B, 27th Infantry Division prior to the start of the war. As part...
The refrigerator did not work on the landing craft that carried Basil Woolf across the Atlantic. It was repaired, but...
John Raaen saw an unbelievable number of ships on the morning of D-Day. There were thousands of ships all spaced apart...
Lowell Brueland's first combat mission in the Mustang was a piece of cake. He performed escort duty with a flight of...
Guy Leefe, Jr. was born and raised in New Orleans. After graduating from Fortier High School in 1938 he began taking...
Henry Malec and his outfit [Annotator's Note: Company B, 1st Battalion, 359th Infantry Regiment, 90th Infantry Division...
On their way back to the United States, they [Annotator's Note: George McGovern and his crew] had to make a stop in the...
Theodore Wessen served on a modern minesweeper [Annotator's Note: USS Pirate (AM-275)] which was fitted with gear to...
George Morgan left Fort Pierce after a month and a half along with two dozen other men. [Annotator’s Note: Fort...
A regular day for Gabriel Spinelli started early, and was usually spent driving the lines to check wires and repeater...
Frank Kubiak went to North Africa with his ship [Annotator's Note: USS Tillman (DD-641)]. They were on the receiving...
John Singlaub parachuted into Central France as the OSS [Annotator's Note: Office of Strategic Services, pre-runner of...
Chester Biernacki returned to the United States and had two companies assigned to him. He then volunteered to go to the...
James Gaffney’s assessment of the John Wayne World War II movie entitled "They Were Expendable" was that it was mostly...
Blanche Gangwere and two other Red Cross girls served coffee and donuts to a tank group. The tankers offered to let the...
Robert Oplinger and the underwater demolition teams had to blow up enemy beach obstacles and coral reef obstructions...
Bernard Marcus drove to Pasadena to meet with a gentleman [Annotator’s Note: William Clyde "Bill" McFadden an executive...
Lowell Brueland saw that Germany had its last big gasp during the Battle of the Bulge. His squadron [Annotator’s Note...
Patrick Russell remained at Okinawa until June 1945. His carrier [Annotator's Note: USS Tulagi (CVE-72)] sailed to Guam...