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Steve Johnson - World War II

Steve Johnson served as an engineer in World War II. He was stationed in New Guinea, where he was hospitalized with malaria. He first entered combat in March 1945. In June 1945, he flew to the Maluku Islands to assist with planning for the invasion of Japan, which became unnecessary after Japan surrendered in August, 1945.

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Steve Johnson and a monkey.

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Steve Johnson on June 30, 1943, Induction Day

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Second Boat Platoon - Third E.S.B; 543 E.B. and S.R.

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Company C – Third E.S.B; 543 E.B. and S.R.

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