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Patricia Mazella

East Haven, CT, United States

My father, George T. SULICK, Sr., was a POW in WWII. He was the radio operator on a B-17, which was shot down over the Baltic Sea on a ...

georgeen comerford

New York, NY, United States

My hero is a cousin of my grandfather who died in the "Great War" a century ago. Edward Patrick Anderson - (although an Irish-American, born and raised in a New ...

barbara kleinman

Ramapo, NY

wrote once b4 - found my cousin's story written by the newspaper reporter ''He helped start the end of WW11. He did not drop the atomic bomb but his B29 ...

Jacob Schraeter

Forest Hills, NY 11375

He was a Tank Destroyer and served with the 771st Tank Destroyer Battalion. He served from 1940 through the end of the war after which he went to Israel ...

Charles Hartman

Spring lake

During the period from 1962 to 1968 I was an officer and crew member in USAF. Flew in Cold War era on B-52g from Blytheville AFB Arkansas.

Tom Garvey

Merrick, NY, United States

In February 1967 I was a young 19 year old draftee from Brooklyn, NY assigned to Charlie Battery, 1st/40th , a U. S. Army Combat 105mm Self -Propelled Field Artillery ...

Joe Sorbino

Newark, NJ, United States

I enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserve for help with my college tuition. I soon discovered the GI benefits didn't even cover my book expenses much less my tuition. Later ...

Kathleen DiAngelo

New York, NY, United States

This is my father Michael Murgolo. He served in the Navy during WWII on the US North Carolina. His ship is now a museum and I was so happy that ...

Ezequiel Nazario Roman

Nutley, NJ, United States

Serving in the military was an experience and a challenging task. The picture was taken at Fort Dix in 1988 basic training where my fellow soldiers were having fun in ...

Timothy McCormick

New Berlin

I served in the United Sates Air Force from 1977-1997 as a Medic. I worked in Emergency Rooms for 14.5 years as a Shift Leader, Assistant NCOIC and NCOIC. I ...

Brenda D ROBINSON

Blue island

This is my Uncle Larry Dean Robinson & his Spouse!!!! He had been in the #Navy for many years before retiring! The Naval experience was life changing!! He traveled all ...

Scott Kurzweil

Belmar

My dad,Sargent Robert Kurzweil USMC Korean War veteran ,yet the story was never told, loved being a Marine, from Linden New Jersey to California, Korea, Hawaii .

Rosemary McHugh

Brooklyn, NY, United States

My Dad, Tom , who came here from Ireland in 1927 at age 24, served during WW II. He was too old (35) to serve in combat, so he served ...

John Dempster

Forest Hills, NY, United States

I am reading many of the stories of WW II now that the 70th anniversary of its end is upon us. While there are many incredible tales of heroism and ...

Karen Kirshner

East Meadow, NY, United States

My father told stories about his WW2 extraordinary experiences in Patton's Third Army. Please go to Samuel Joseph Kirshner's interviews via http://www.kirshnermuseum.com.

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