|Fort Monmouth, New Jersey|
|December 19, 1942|
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Records below were last updated 28 February 2011
Our Greatest Generation
Names at right that are highlighted and in Bold Army Green have biographies, pictures or music attached to them. Click the last name to read the biography.
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Click class photo above to see full size picture.
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to load if you have a slow connection. Look closely at the faces of the new 2nd Lieutenants in this
picture folks... you'll see some that are immensely proud, others that are bewildered by it all, some
that aren't quite sure what is happening to them, and still others who are supremely confident and
obviously can't wait to get at the enemy. It makes you proud to be an American, doesn't it? When they
talk about America's youth going to war, this is what they are talking about. When they talk about
"bringing the boys home," these are the boys they are talking about. Photo courtesy
Richard Marks, Class 09-67.