The WWII Memoirs of
Eugene E. Eaton
On 7 December 1941, the Empire of Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. As a result young American men flocked to the Armed Services.
My Father was one of them. He chose the Navy.
Included here are the letters he wrote home from basic training and A-school and his journal depicting life on a minesweeper that saw action in the Battle for Leyte Bay.
Also included is general info on his two subsequent assignments and photos with a brief history for each ship he served on.
Dear Mom and Dad
Letters home from Navy boot camp in Idaho
A personal journal of life aboard a U.S. Navy Minesweeper
Velocity Crew Roster
1st year Anniversary Crew List
The Three Ships
Brief account about each ship and their final fates.
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