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Re: FDNY in WW2


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Posted by Will Suphan on Wednesday, October 18th 2017:

In Reply to: Re: FDNY in WW2 posted by Nate on Wednesday, October 18th 2017:

Your answer sounds logical. He went into the Navy and they used him as a fireman in Naval Air. I thought maybe the Navy put out a call for firemen and he may have volunteered since he was single at the time. The draft board may have answered the Navy's call also. I should have asked more questions when he was alive. Thanks for your input.

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