Barnett flew 13 bombing missions in a B-17 during WWII
Blumberg was operating two .50 caliber machine guns on a B-29 turret at the age of 18.
Borek was part of a lucky crew that played an important role in the fight against Germany.
Enten has seen it all, as a Seaman First Class, and participated in the first naval attack on Japan.
Haney, a Consolidated B-24 Liberator pilot, had many close calls with his crew.
Hess was assigned to a top secret unit designed to shorten the war by tricking information from war captives.
Hodges was a “spy in the sky” by becoming one of the few to fly blimp airships for the US Navy.
Jacobs’ armored division was part of the first army through Normandy.
Kottler protected the transport of supplies to Europe and eliminated German threats along the way.
Read about Kurlander who “was a petty officer torpedo man who never fired a torpedo in anger.”
Levenson worked as a counterintelligence agent in Japan, reporting on Japanese communist activity.
Owens was assigned to guard prisoners of war in Guam and had several scares from attacking renegades.
Shiner was a seaman who had to withstand many kamikaze attacks at the hands of the Japanese.
Read about Stromberg’s story as a medic on the front lines of battle in France.
Stutman had many close shaves as an infantryman and a machine gunner in the South Pacific.
Van Ness played a very important role in using his artistic abilities to chart maps and recognize intended targets.
Agnes Moore’s role as the iconic Rosie the Riveter helped to inspire women to contribute to the war effort.
Sheldon Solloway proudly served in the Merchant Marines and continues to share his exciting history to this day.
Patricia Weaver helped to produce a powerful documentary film about the Children of WWII.
Jack Zins shares memories of what life was like as a boy growing up during a time of limited supplies.
Paul Roberts shares his snapshots and his stories as a celebrated veteran of WWII.
Relive the amazing story of one of the youngest lieutenants in the US Army and his near brush with death.
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