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Personal narratives, American
|Named Person:||Rich Stephens; Paul Vogel; Craig Burkowski; Herbert Hall; James Holcomb|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Wisconsin Veterans Museum.|
|Notes:||Mss23, F9 (6-1-3).|
|Description:||0.1 linear ft. (1 folder)|
There are letters from Rich Stephens and Paul Vogel, both of whom served aboard the USS Wisconsin talking about homesickness, writing to strangers, experiencing Arab culture abd feeling home front support. Craig Burkowski, a Green Bay, Wis. native who served with the 890th Transportation Company, writes about hauling ammunition, SCUD missile attacks, and serving in the same country as his father. Herbert Hall, serving aboard the U.S.S Trenton, discusses shipboard boredom and lack of communication with home. James Holcomb, a Marine, disrobes the difference between a desert conflict and jungle conflict.