Curtis Banker shares his memories of growing up in rural NY during the depression, being in the Army during WWII (43rd Infantry Division, Pacific Theater), the Korean War (73rd Heavy Tank Battalion), and spending the Cold War in Germany, and the many lif
John M. Skrzypiec's Navy Log dated from 12/29/41 to 5/28/52
Marbaugh finally is able to return home after his time overseas. He remained in the Marines for a while before finally retiring.
After fighting so hard in Korea, Marbaugh’s previous physical injuries start to take a toll and he leaves his men and makes his way to Japan.
After deadly skirmishes with the Chinese, Maurbaugh’s unit is forced to retreat from Yudam-Ni.
Marbaugh’s time in Korea continues on, during which they face freezing cold and intense fighting.
After a few years as a civilian, Marbaugh is called back into action for the Korean War and has to leave his young family.
Verle Maxwell describes a close call during his time flying missions over France and Germany. His wife Betty tells of what it was like being at home while her husband was overseas.
Medal of Honor awarded to General Raymond Davis when he was still a Lieutenant Colonel (1st Battalion, 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division).