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Ccur to me this morning it was very difficult to leave Wake Island between December 8 and December 24 and the one pby Catalina that left was a very lucky young officer carrying an intelligence package He was ordered to go and I think a nurse or two and that was it So that was a case I did not think of where there are Situations in war where ven the civilians just can't walk off the battlefield and disappearAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at wwwforgottenbookscomThis book is a Reproduction Of An Important of an important work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases an imperfection in the original such as a blemish or missing page may be replicated in our dition We do however repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical work. .
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Excerpt from H R Restoration OF MISSING PERSONS ACT BEFORE Missing Persons Act Hearing Military Personnel Subcommittee of the Committee on National Security House of Representatives One Fourth Congress Second Session; Hearing Held September 10 1996To be very honest with you my dad was the beginning or his group was the beginning the Seabees There were no Seabees at the time It was contractors and civilians that did the work of building the bases and providing the infrastructure for our uni formed men and women to do their job during any war The civil ians are a part of that ffort as much I think as anyone Reiulf Ramstad even though the Seabees is now an official uniformed body They were not at that time My dad was the beginning or the precursor or the preface to the Seabees They were not an official group That came later of course But they did what the Seabees did and that is went in with their carpenters and heavyuipment and made the runways and barracks and built the facilities that made the war Landscript 5 effortffective It would be impossible for He government not to
*be involved in that and I don't who the families could turn *involved in that and I know who the families could turn otherwiseMr Dornan At 15 when did you find out that some of the younger prisoners had been left behind were Jun Yang executed in late 1944Mr Packard We didn't know that until after the war We had no idea that some of the prisoners it was by chance that my dad wasn't one of those 200 that was left behind that wasxecuted a year or two later in a vicious way in a very brutal way It was really fortunate that my dad was able to spend his time in the pris on camp there ven though he was beaten and mistreated but he survived and he wouldn't have survived had he been left on Wake Island to service the needs of the Japanese occupiersMr Dornan I had a discussion on this point with a very thoughtful Defense Department lawyer this morning He seemed very reasonable He made the point that civilians can walk away anytime they want they can uit their contract and jump on a plane for home I guess uit their contract and jump on a plane for home I guess the xample he was makingBut there are xamples and it didn't ,