A merchant marine sailor looks back
Posted by Ron Carlson on August 16, 2011, 2:40 pm220.127.116.11
Albert Wilder and his twin brother, Arthur, now age 93, both survived infamous Convoy PQ-17, while on different ships. They went on to long careers as merchant captains. Albert looks back. See http://www.ocala.com/article/20110815/ARTICLES/110819821/1001/NEWS01?Title=A-Merchant-Marine-looks-back&tc=ar. Published by Ocala.com, Ocala, Florida, on August 15. Ron Carlson, Webmaster
Re: A merchant marine sailor looks back
Posted by Charles A. Lloyd Chrm on August 16, 2011, 10:44 pm, in reply to "A merchant marine sailor looks back"18.104.22.168
I would like to THANK you two brothers for your service as a Merchant Marine during WW II. If you had some of these politicians onboard at the time, you would have received Veteran's Status way before 1988 and GI Bill in 1945-46. Contact me. calloyd
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