Browse an ever-growing collection of photos from the veterans of the Aleutian Campaign.
Frank served in the 14th Signal Corp in the Aleutians from 1943-45 and later worked for DOT in Alaska. He recalls events and places from Alaska's past.
During WWII, Herb served in the 11th Air Force in Alaska and the 8th Air Force in Europe. He received 2 battle stars and 3 presidential citations for his service.
John served as an Army Air Corp Reserve pilot during World War II. He recalls experiences as a B-18 and B-26 pilot as a member of the 73rd Bomb Squadron.
Ray was a radioman who served three tours of duty in the Aleutians as part of VP-41, VP-61 and VP-62 and flew in the PBY-5A.
Photos from Kiska, 1945, courtesy Roger Jeanfaivre, veteran of the Aleutian Campaign of WWII
Working in the Burbank Lockheed Aircraft Plant, she recalls plant security, secret product development, rationing, & bomb scares.
Paul was a gunner/aircraft mechanic for the 54th Troop Carrier Squadron transporting important people and goods. Five in his family served in WWII.
Hale was an aircraft mechanic who saw first-hand the dangers of flight. He witnessed the Battle of Attu and served as crew chief on several aircraft after WWII.
Photos from a 2008 trip to the World War II Memorial
A Naval aviator, Charles flew numerous missions from Attu to the Kurile Islands, a part of Japan.
Theodore served with the 37th Infantry Regiment from 1941-44 participating in the Battle of Attu and first landings on Amchitka and Adak.
Wilbur "Bill" Green captained a patrol boat in WWII and fondly recalls his crew and missions in the Aleutians.
Last Updated: 11/26/2015