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HONOR THY FATHERS AND MOTHERS

When we preserve military relics and study military history, we are honoring the memory of all those who have served. In recognition of Father’s Day, Military Trader invited readers to submit photos and histories of anyone in their families who has or is serving in a branch of the United States military. We are as proud as those readers to present the following mini-biographical notes on those who have served.

T5 Zigmund M Albatys

Housatonic, Massachusetts Army / 860th Ordnance Co. March 1943 - April 1946 Submitted by his son, Andrew J. Albatys

Sgt. Jim Albright

Shafter California

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