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FORT GLENN, UMNAK ISLAND, ALASKA, A.P.O. 948, IMAGES WW2



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FORT GLENN, UMNAK ISLAND, ALASKA, A.P.O. 948, IMAGES WW2


Officer’s club Fort Glenn, Umnak Island, Alaska, WW2


Officer’s club Fort Glenn, Umnak Island, Alaska, WW2


Enlisted club Fort Glenn, Umnak Island, Alaska, WW2


Enlisted club Fort Glenn, Umnak Island, Alaska, WW2


NOTE: August 9th, 2013 – While I was in Anchorage picking up supplies I went to the National Archives on 3rd Ave. The archives there physically have some of the Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers from Record Group 77. I had a chance to view about six of the very large over-sized folders containing Corps of Engineer drawings dated in the early 1940s of some of the buildings and the airstrip on Fort Glenn and other satellite stations on Umnak Island. Didn’t find a lot of the information that I was looking at the archive, but it still was very interesting and I thought to myself, that it has been a long time since anyone has gone through these records. – Greg Krenzelok


Image source: G.L. Krenzelok Collection


RADIO STATION WXLA, FORT GLENN, UMNAK ISLAND WW2

August 5, 2013 – I received this email from Stephen Briscuso:

Hello Greg
Thought you may like this photo of Radio Station WXLA that I believe my father, Sgt. Salvatore (Sam) Briscuso took when he was stationed on Umnak Island in 1943. My dad passed away in 1989.

Thanks.....Stephen Briscuso


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SGT. SALVATORE (SAM) BRISCUSO IMAGES WW2
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