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Sheldon Kader was a member of the 9th Air Force Troop Carrier command and assigned to a C-47 plane when he got over to Europe.
Manuel Sagen was awarded the Purple Heart after he was wounded three times. The wounds were caused by shrapnel to the head, eye, and knee.
Gregory Settles was drafted into the Air Force in 1969 as a Refrigerator and Air Conditioning Specialist and earned the Missile Master Technician Award.
In 1943, Joseph Galano left his junior year at Fordham College, New York City when he was drafted into the Army during World War II.
Harold Mabrey was born in February 1927. He was drafted into the Army. Harold trained in Texas before entering the war, where he served in Japan.
June Wandrey Mann served in the Army Nurse Corps during World War II. Her service brought her to Africa, Sicily, Italy, France, and Germany.
Brian Kinney served at NAS Pensacola, Florida and on ammunition ships, USS Vulcan, USS Holland and USS Mount Baker. He deployed in support of Desert Storm.
Bob Cinibulk's aircraft was shot down near Aesch, Switzerland. This day was known as “Black Thursday”, with 69 bombers being shot down.
Bradley Ward served as Military Police for nearly ten years and participated in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan from 2013 to 2014.
Cristina Mungilla served with the Texas Army National Guard. She was tasked with supporting, mobilizing and demobilizing units for overseas deployments.
Maureen Elias currently lives in Bowie, Maryland and serves as an ambassador for the Travis Manion Foundation helping Veterans and their families.
Richard Caulfield served with Military Police in 772nd MP Battalion, Eighth Army during World War II. He returned to the Army once the Korean War started.
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Last updated November 26, 2022
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