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The 34th Fighter Squadron Mess Hall Crew on World War II Ie Shima.

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P-51D Mustang 1/48 Kit
from the 34th fighter Squadron Yearbook

The mess hall crew are Egelhofer, Schmidt, Kriefall, Berthel, Burden, LaRussa, Stacey, McIntosh, & Mader

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Airplanes can't fly without these guys
The Mess Hall Crew in the 34th Fighter Squadron.
Photo Scanned by C. Jeff Dyrek


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  The mess hall crew are
Egelhofer, Schmidt, Kriefall, Berthel, Burden,
 LaRussa, Stacey, McIntosh, & Mader

Soldiers won wars on their stomachs.  The mess hall was the most important part of any base.  This is where there was peace and friendship.  I was in the Navy.  I believe every sailor has a chance to work in the chow hall.  Another man and me had to peel, cut and fry 2000 lbs of potatoes every night.  Just being an eighteen year old kid, the sailors had to eat raw, warm potatoes because I just didn't know how to cook so many potatoes at one time.  This was why they called it a mess hall.  The place was perfectly clean, but the food was a mess.


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