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My parents lived in Hollywood, California, where I was born. Every post and station has a morale office of which Dad appeared to be assigned to as Photographers Mate First Class.From what I understand, Dad worked in the "public relations" sector and at the base newspaper, THE KODIAK BEAR.We use our own and third party cookies to perform analysis and publicity so we can give a better service.If you continue using our website we will consider that you agree with our cookies terms of use.i recall that a couple of months later i had to take pics of of a re-enlistment... i was really amazed at the time that someone who had just survived a crash like that would re-enlist...the communications station message center was in the lower (1st floor?

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They became great friends and are in some of the photos.

Her name was Dorothy Iske, and all I know was that she was transfered to Alaska from San Francisco, and then died in an avalanche at some later date during the war.

I have some photos to scan and will try to send them to you.

Tom Line Hamilton, Ohio Date: October 12, 2015 From: Michael Newman, cincinnatimik at hotmail dot com Subject: my days at kodiak Date: Sat, -0400 I was stationed there from october 1962 through about april 1963... don't recall the building number or name where I worked, but was on an upper floor, 2nd or 3rd floor, and believe the photo lab was the only thing on that floor...

Noted the pics of the airplane crash of January 10, 1963...

They became great friends and are in some of the photos.

Her name was Dorothy Iske, and all I know was that she was transfered to Alaska from San Francisco, and then died in an avalanche at some later date during the war.

I have some photos to scan and will try to send them to you.

Tom Line Hamilton, Ohio Date: October 12, 2015 From: Michael Newman, cincinnatimik at hotmail dot com Subject: my days at kodiak Date: Sat, -0400 I was stationed there from october 1962 through about april 1963... don't recall the building number or name where I worked, but was on an upper floor, 2nd or 3rd floor, and believe the photo lab was the only thing on that floor...

Noted the pics of the airplane crash of January 10, 1963...

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