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Non-Coms of Base Hospital No. 54
NOT SCARED OF SUBMARINES
“You are going to Prance some of these days. Let us have a farewell picture before you leave,” request
ed The Caduceus photographer of the non-commissioned officers of Base Hospital No. 54, on Wednesday even
ing, just after a meeting of the men,
Do the lads appear down-hearted because of the prospect of an ocean voyage and the promise of service
“over there?” The answer, is in their laughing eyes and the smile which distorts a part of their, sun-browned
The men as they appear in the picture are, reading the top row from left to right: Corporal Edgerly, Ser
geants Led.ger, Wilkinson, Rand, Craig, DiPasquale, Grotlinsch, Evans, Prayne, First Sergeant .Joseph L. Wen
ger, Sergeants Kelley, Keener, Eiselslein, Driscoll, Battaglia, Keefer and Bowman.
Bottom row: Sergeant Bjorson, Sergeant First Class Stephan, Sergeants Boudreau, Collier, Alexander, Cor
porals McBride, Sullivan, Sergeant First Class Hughes, Sergeants Rankin, Hoffman and Sergeant First Class
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