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THEY FIGHT FOR FREEDOM
By Mary Proch and Mary Louise Hura
Reading from left to right:
Johnny Kovacs is quite proud of the
fact that he's in the Army-and do you
Lieut. George Goddard was lost in a
bomber crash in the summer of 1943. He
received his wings at the same time that
Bob Mason received his.
Bombing ace-Lieut. Robert Mason, who
has been on fifty bombing missions, parti-
cipated in the Ploesti raid. in which SfSgt.
Edward L. Weden also took part.
The fleet's in!-And this is the hand-
some part of it. Steve Slifka is one of our
H-:re's our idea of a perfect top-kick-
Sgt. Ralph M. Forcht, in a moment of
well-earned leisure. Ralph is the husband
of Betty Foss.
We all know that shy grin of Albert
Lovas at Chaney, and now the Navy gets
the benefit of it.-Lucky Navy!!
In case you're wondering who this hand-
some lad is-we'll let you in on it-Dick
Mitchell, S lfc. Note! He sends his love.
Who could shun this gay smile when it
is displayed by none other than Robert
Shunn, S fc?
We specialize in swab-jockies, Jack Don-
nelly is a shinning example, and what an
example!! . . . mm-m.
Warrent Officer Clyde M. Dulin looks
at the camera with a twinkle in his eye-
result-ju.:t look at this swell shot.
Chin up. chest out--that's the code of
the Navy. Steve Barich is doing an excellent
job of demonstrating this point.
Sgt. Joseph L. Jenkins, in efficient Army
Air Corps style, is concentrating on the
instruments, the use of which he teaches.
Attention! James Johnson is the sailor
displaying the flag.
Norman Adams is one of our many
Aviation- Cadets. Not a bad example, eh?
Cpl. Anthony DiOrio is stationed in
England, the "land of nobles and lords."
Lights, camera, action! And Pvt. William
of the Marines comes through
with this million-dollar smile.
Leatherneck. Special. Sgt. Robert Semple
of the Marine Air Corps.
Westerner advertising manager takes to
the air-and here he is, George Evanoff of
the A. A. F.
Ed Kemesky of the Navy takes time out
to show us his beautiful smile, and we don't
Oh, no! Not three handsome gobs in
one picture! But it's true! Making with the
Ipana smile are Metro Capperes, George
Milo, and Tony Siciliano.
A farmer and a sailor-Paul Gillespie
raises a Victory Garden on Tarawa. Here
he is showing it off to a friend.
Pfc. Donald Wissenbach stands at atten-
tion and shows us the' product of the Army
Air Corps. He's in the South Pacific.
A real Marine is Pvt. Walter Leskovic.
"There's something about a soldieri'
when he's Cpl. Louis'Olsansky of the Army,
"It cloesn't mean a thing if you donit
pull that string." Cpl. George Kish is a
the maximum re-
paratrooper who has
quirement of jumps to his credit.
gives us that well-
Elmer Fear, F Zfc
known "Yummy Smilen.
These are all the snaps received in answer
to the Westerner's S. O. S.”