SQ 2016 - Grove Miller
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Grove Miller, who was a hospital foreman in the Navy during World War II, remembers what it was like to take care of the enlisted men of the Navy and Marines. He talks about caring for men who are gravely wounded, and accompanying them on leave; he remembers having to stay with men all night to take care of them or be with them until they passed away.
Grove Miller was a Hospital Corpsman with the Navy. One day he was given two Marines, he had to look after them while they were on liberty. The men took him on a night he would never forget, taking him to strip clubs and cleaning up entire bars. That wasn't the only high jinx he got into. One night, he was at a bar with a friend and two girls. The men realized they had no money and had to call Grove's father at three o'clock in the morning to help them out. He also used his uniform to get out of things, like speeding tickets.
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