Jim Walker, his service to our country
and his families service to our country all the way back to the Civil War.
After WW2, Jim Walker was a Portland, Oregon Police Officer in 1948, who was still fighting for your safety.
34th Squadron Home
Jim Walker's Exhibit Home Page.
This is me when I was a Portland Police Officer in 1948. I'll send others soon of myself and some crew members on the LST 979.
I liked being an officer but had trouble with some of the higher ups because I believed laws were made for everyone and not just for those who didn't have personal friends as Judges and Politicians and Police Chiefs or their Captains.
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Veterans, Read This
Betty Bombers on Ie Shima
This exhibit shows the Japanese Betty Bombers that were the first part of Japan's Surrender to the U.S. in World War 2.
Exhibit Added 15 Feb 2004
Look at these exhibits and tell me what these men really fought for.
the 34th fighter Squadron
USS Kitty Hawk
the Webmasters Story, Why God Sent Me to the North Pole
Click her to see how I have to live and what it looks like to be a disabled Vet.
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