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Letter July 9, 1917: "I went before a board of examiners to see about getting an appointment as second lieutenant..."

Mrs. Charles Frick
The Baltimore Inn
Cape May

2nd Battery
Ft Myer, Va.

Dear Mama

I didn’t get away from camp this week end as I am on guard. 100 more words


Discharged from Maryland National Guard May 17, 1917

National Guard,
STATE OF Maryland

To all whom it may concern:

THIS IS TO CERTIFY, That Denison Frick a Private of Battery A of the… 216 more words


Undated letter May/June 1917

Company 5 —
Fort Myer Va —

Dear Mama,

I was awfully disappointed not to get home this week end but I was drawn for the guard detail and had to stay. 146 more words


Organizer Profile: Dave, Nomad Fixer

Today’s TO Profile introduces Infinity O.G. and Ohio Warcor-at-large, Dave aka Cervantes3773.

What’s your name? Dave, Nomad Fixer What’s your forum nickname? Cervantes3773 204 more words
Officer Training

Organizer Profile: EnduroJoe

Today’s Organizer profile, we meet EnduroJoe. One of the weirdos who contributed genetic material to create the monstrosity that is The Rumble On Route 66… 301 more words

Officer Training

Officer Training

When America entered the war, 27 year old Denny resigned from the National Guard and applied for officer training.

He was 67 inches tall and weighed 134 pounds.  34 more words


Navy women.

Here’s the fourth batch of young women transforming in to naval officers at Dartmouth in early 1978.  We had just three months although many of the men took years. 251 more words