Arthur A. Poulin Jr.
War or Conflict: Korean War, World War II
Years of Service: 25
My Dad will be 93 in January, he served in Japan, the Philippines, Germany and Korea...When he was in Germany, both he and my Mom worked in the Palace of Justice processing paperwork for The Nuremberg War Crimes Trials...he still does not talk much about the Wars and what he has seen, heard and done..he claims he had always just done his duty, just like any other American. He went on to work for U S Immigration and Naturalization until he retired..he always attended the Swearing in Ceremonies when people became new citizens of the US...he helped alot of families over the years obtain citizenship for themselves, family, friends..and many were welcome at our table, and invited to our home..always proud of my Dad for his service and sacrifice for his country and all of its peoples..he is one of those who had never met a stranger..every day we still have with him is indeed a blessing...
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