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William A. Williams

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William A. Williams, “a retired civil engineer, and former chief electrician's mate, United States Navy, lives in the Texas Hill Country, is widowed and has one son, Gary.  He served two tours of duty in the U. S. Navy in the Pacific during World War Two and again during the Korean War, with a final tour in the Atlantic and Mediterranean.  Williams is one of the founders of the National Chief Petty Officers Association and was an early president of that Association.  He is a docent at the Admiral Nimitz Museum of the Pacific War, and a member of the Fleet Reserve Association, Amphibious Association, Destroyer Escort Sailors Association, Tin Can Sailors Association, Naval Institute, Naval Historical Association, Naval Enlisted Reserve Association, Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion.” 

 

William A. Williams is the author of The Pacific: The Other War.  According to the book description, the book is “about the Pacific War and is complied stories sent in from various veterans of World War Two.  Not all the stories are in agreement with history books or records.”

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