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Perry Smith retired from the military in 1986. He became an author and consultant on military issues for various...
Francis Higgins had a stroke. Prior to that, he fell and broke his hip in three places. The corrections were made by...
When that [Annotator's Note: the Higgins Marine Sales business] ended after 25 years, Francis Higgins moved to Vidalia...
George Hood returned home after the war. He flew in from the Pacific and then cross country. He had a little money and...
William Laubner never flew after the war. A P-38 [Annotator's Note: Lockheed P-38 Lightning fighter aircraft] could...
Jack Taylor did not have an exciting youth. He was happy but did not feel he fit in with others. He had friends but did...
Harry Lockhead never considered staying in the Navy after the war ended. He was discharged as a Ship's Cook 1st Class....
Another man John Elliott worked with in the Soil Conservation Service was going abroad with the Foreign Aid Program,...
John DuBose had eight months of back pay when he departed the SS Frenchtown. He was concerned that he would be robbed...
Chester Biernacki returned to the United States and had two companies assigned to him. He then volunteered to go to the...
Freeman Dyson was concerned with safety in the use of nuclear energy. Unfortunately, one means of learning lessons is...
Holocaust survivor Daniel Szafran emigrated to Israel and joined the Israeli Air Force. When Israel decided to go to...