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A Marines' Story: 
          4 years as a Japanese P.O.W.
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melissa mahnke eastwood said:   July 7, 2010 10:38 am PST
My father, Miles C. Mahnke was at Fukuoka #3

John R. Gardner said:   May 17, 2010 7:25 pm PST
From my family and myself, thank you Sg. Kirk for your service to this country which was certainly above and beyond the call of duty. I just bought your book, but I wish I would have known about this website first so I could have purchased an autographed copy. The brief portion of your story I saw on TV is inspiring, and I am looking forward to reading the entire tale. Take care of yourself and semper fi from a non-Marine to a Marine we can all be very proud of! John

Jason Cummings said:   August 17, 2009 8:51 pm PST
The everyday acts of bravery and sacrifice of that generation never cease to amaze me. Fascinating story. Thank you for bringing it to the mainstream. I have a great interest in WWII. Thank you again for your efforts.

Robert McCollum said:   August 17, 2009 9:07 am PST
I retired from the Marine Corps in 1986. I was wounded twice and received a silver star during my 3 tours in Nam. But when I see what the pows had too endure in WW 2, I almost feel guilty about receiving military disability.

ROBERT L DOBBINS said:   August 11, 2009 7:14 am PST
A TRUE HERO AND PATROIT. SEMPER FI

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