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Family rallies behind discouraged World War II navigation cadet

In Frank's last letter home, dated June 11th, he expressed fear about his course work. No matter how hard he studied, he was failing tests. He wrote: "I can't write letters or eat right now's a constant threat to my existence." In World War II, the fear of "washing out" from the Air Corps, a common occurrence, and being sent to the infantry, plagued every young cadet.

2019-07-09T12:15:58-05:00June 26th, 2014|Letters of a WWII Airman|
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