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June 09, 2008


John A. Barwick

I was stationed on Eniwetok 1955. A picture of Vera Miles appears on the news of Dec. 20, 1955. My camera was wrapped for mailing and the Provost Marshal escorted me to the post office where the camera was mailed home to my parents. They had to pay import taxes a second time on a camera that had be bought in the USA.
John Barwick USN Boat Pool

John F. Ptak

Hi John BArwick, and thanks for sharing. I'd be very interested in talking with you about being there in '55.

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