Sat, April 24, 1943

Well we had our inspection at 7:30 so we could go to church at 8:00. Almost all of us had something wrong. It took 4 officers to find it tho. It looks like they were out to find something wrong. The boys morale is very low and but after dinner we had a NCO meeting & we think we got a few things straightened out. We hope so. We got off at 3:00 this afternoon & I went home & spent the evening with my family. Had a few drinks at Mother’s Restaurant.


Mon, April 24, 1944

The 3rd Combat Camera Unit moved into the same building & Maj. Skael & Capt. Culver as his asst is going to be at the head of both units. We will lose some men & gain some men. Ran into Ernie & 8 of the boys I worked with on the Keighly picture. Ernie’s being transferred to our unit.


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  1. Ron O'Neal

    William Keighley, (born August 4, 1889, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died June 24, 1984, New York City, New York), American director whose films, most notably with James Cagney and Errol Flynn, ranged across a variety of genres. During World War II, Keighley produced training films for the military. 

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