Jim Walker, his service to our country
and his families service to our country all the way back to the Civil War.
A Picture of Jim Walker a U.S. Veteran from WW2 taken in 2007
34th Squadron Home
Jim Walker's Exhibit Home Page.
You have just looked at a mans life from 17 years old
heading to War in WW2
to the year 2007. Just think of the experiences that this man has had.
This is me just this month in October 2007. Taken to renew my Passport. I am a U.S. Navy Veteran from WW2 and I fought to save your future.
Jim is getting older every year. He said that God is the one that has kept him alive through tremendous battles and we all must remember this because our nation is forgetting the American Veterans and is forgetting what they fought for. They did not fight for what we call freedom of speech today. They did not fight so all of our top Pop Stars could be filthy Pop Stars. They did not fight so we can have foul language on every program. They did fight for our freedom and a better country for every one of us. We must remember this and respect all of these men for their great efforts. Jim fought to save your future, what are you doing for your future? Thank you Jim.
Go to the Yellow Airplane Online Museum
Memoirs of the Korean War. Captain Peterson shows pictures and talks about the experience that he had after fighting in both World War 2 and the Korean War. He flew the F4U Corsair in both of these wars.
A pictorial view by Captain Bernard W. Peterson
Exhibit Added 9-Dec-2000
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Veterans, Read This
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.