SQ 2016-Joseph Gulick
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SubjectOwn Memories; Veteran; New Guinea; Bora Bora; Coast Guard; Philippines; Pacific Front; Artifacts; U.S.S. El Paso
Joe Gulik is a coast guard veteran who shares his stories of life on a ship, and his work with radios, radars, and sonar on the Pacific front. In between battles he discusses fighting off boredom and writing letters to his wife in a secret code. He shares his experiences with shelling beaches, and his time in the Philippines, as well as meeting his daughter for the first time.
Joe Gulik's experiences as in the Cost Guard took him to the Pacific Front in the Philippines, Bora Bora, New Guina, Lyte, and Hawaii.
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