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   Thomas Luther Haman
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Thomas Haman, 2003 [detail]
War: World War, 1939-1945
Branch: Army
Unit: 21st Airway, Army Transport Command (ATC)
Service Location: Jefferson Barracks, Missouri; Camp Lee, Virginia; Chanute Field, Rantoul, Illinois; Lalmonirhat and Karachi, India; China-Burma-India (CBI) Theater
Rank: Technical Sergeant
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Interview (Video)
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»Photo Album  (1 photo)
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 Official Documents
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 Personal Correspondence
»From Thomas Haman to the Men's Bible Class, Central Presbyterian Church, July 16, 1943.
 Other Materials
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 Memoirs (2 items)
The General's Christmas Gifts Tom's Tall Tale -- "The Drunk Pilot" -- written 1/2/95 
 Official Documents (3 items)
Enlisted Record and Report of Separation and Honorable Discharge certificate. Special Orders Number 111. Notice of reassignment to the United States. Transfer orders for separation 10/9/45
 Other Materials (2 items)
Newspaper article written by Thomas Haman. Poem, untitled. Begins "You may talk of flying forts …" 

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