World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Philippines; World War, United States. Navy; Martin PBM-5 Mariner (Seaplane);
The inscription on the upper left of this photograph reads, "Diamond coming aboard the Norton Sound in early 1946". The U.S.S. Norton Sound was a seaplane carrier named after the Norton Sound in Alaska.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Philippines; United States. Navy; United States. Navy -- Machinist's mates; United States. Navy -- Military Life;
Joseph S. Kulmacz wrote a personal note to his sister on this copy of the "Over-Here" newslettterand signed it "Your brother, Joe". The newsletter is noted: Somewhere in the Phillipines, 16 March, 1945.
Digitized reproduction of John Wolf's scanned discharge record dated September 30, 1967 . This record, or DD214, details John's rank, military training, and medals received among other information when discharged.
World War, 1939-1945; World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Pacific Area; United States. Navy;
This sheet of translated text was carried by American soldiers during World War II in the event of an emergency. The message was translated into French, Annamese, Thai, Lao, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese.
United States. Army Air Corps; World War, 1939-1945;Portraits, Group
Left to Right: front row- Bill Marnell, Phil Moskowitz, unknown soldier. Back row - The first three men were shot down the same day this photo was taken. Francis J. Vail is in the back row first from the right.
Flight crews, Military -- United States; Airplanes, Military -- Piloting; Bombers -- Piloting -- United States; United States. Army Air Force
1st Lieutenant James Hurst, standing second from right. The World War II flight crew in this photograph are indentified in print below the image as Mr. Gupton, Knipper, Humkey, Hurst, Manchester, Mr. Stier, Hamilton, Lotz, Williams, Kelly.
Veterans -- Connecticut -- Interviews; United States. Air Force; Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Personal narratives, American; Military meteorology; Floods -- Connecticut;
Interview conducted by Nathan Ferrance. Adelard Dusseault enlisted in the United States Air Force in the spring of 1953. He went to basic training at Sampson Air Force Base in New York. From there he was transferred to Lackland Air Force Base...