|Harry Bailey - Harry served with the Harbor Craft Detachment supplying necessities to Aleutian bases. He recalls some of the most memorable voyages and daily life.
||Robert Boon - Robert Boon was a member of the 206th Coast Artillery band (saxophone) out of Marianna, Arkansas. He served at Dutch Harbor and Amchitka from 1941-45.
||Theodore Bouchette - He served with the 37th Infantry Regiment from 1941-44 participating in the Battle of Attu and first landings on Amchitka and Adak.
|Hale Burge - He was an aircraft mechanic who saw first-hand the dangers of flight. He witnessed the Battle of Attu and served as crew chief on several aircraft after WWII.
||Frank Carnes - Frank served in the 14th Signal Corp in the Aleutians from 1943-45 and later worked for DOT in Alaska. He recalls events and places from Alaska's past.
||Harrel Chancellor - As part of Company L, 137th Infantry, Harrel bore witness to the Japanese attack on Dutch Harbor. He also served on Shemya, Adak and Attu.
|Charles "Mack" Collings - Mack served in the 4th Infantry Band arriving in Seward, Alaska in 1940. He hopped from island to island entertaining the troops along the way.
||Donald Condrill - With the Army’s 7th Infantry Division, Donald was involved in the battles to reclaim Attu and Kiska from Japanese forces and also served in Whittier.
||Walter Dalegowski - A P-38 mechanic with the 54th FS he was stationed on Amchitka, Adak and Attu. He witnessed the maiden flight of the Lockheed Super Constellation.
|Robert Davis - As part of the Army Air Force Reserve Corp. Robert remembers a miserable boat trip to the Aleutians, plane crashes and being shot at by a US pilot.
||Kate Dougal - Katie, a war bride, worked and volunteered with amputees at Walter Reed Army Medical Center where she saw the pain and devastation of war.
||Robert Dougal - Bob went to radio school and remembers installing the first radar on Kiska, how unprepared they were for living on Kiska and what the Japanese left behind.
|Bob Eads - Bob Eads served as a pilot on the C-47 hauling ammo, supplies and paratroopers on Normandy Beach the in seven major invasions during the war.
||Mac Eads - John C. “Mac” Eads served in the US Army at Umnak as heavy equipment operator and gunner and various places in Alaska on a burial unit and body recovery.
||Herb Gedney - He served in the 11th Air Force in Alaska and the 8th Air Force in Europe. He received 2 battle stars and 3 presidential citations for his service.
|Carl Heflinger - Carl worked on lend/lease aircraft during the war. He spent a good part of his life mining outside of Fairbanks. He has lived in Alaska since 1932.
||Joseph Hutchison - An aerial gunner in the 21st Bomb Squadron, Joe bombed the Kurile Islands and saw the beginning of the effort to expel the Japanese from Kiska.
||Robert Johnson - Robert Johnson was a member of the 206th Coast Artillery band (trombone) out of Marianna, Arkansas. He served at Dutch Harbor and Amchitka.
|Rocci Martini - A violinist and a machine gunner Rocci Martini was assigned to the 310th Coast Artillery and stationed on Umnak.
||Harry "Mac" McGalliard - As an aircraft mechanic (crew chief) Mac served more than 2 years in the Aleutians under the 54th fighter squadron. He primarily worked on the P-38.
||Clifford McGinnis - Inducted into the Army Corp of Engineers in 1942, Clifford eventually ended up as Post Engineer on Amchitka from 1944-46 where he supervised more than 1000 military and civilian workers.
|Edward Novak - Wounded twice in the war Edward Novak saw battle in the Aleutians and on Kwajalein.
||John Pletcher - John served as an Army Air Corp Reserve pilot during World War II. He recalls experiences as a B-18 and B-26 pilot as a member of the 73rd Bomb Squadron.
||Paul Polink - Paul was a gunner/aircraft mechanic for the 54th Troop Carrier Squadron transporting important people and goods. Five in his family served in WWII.
|Jim Schroeder - Jim was a radar operator on a B-24 for the 404th Bomb Squadron. He flew 14 missions during his tour and recalls some of the more memorable flights.
||Joseph Sasser - With the 50th Combat Engineers, Joseph Sasser was sent into battle on Attu against entrenched Japanese forces. The battle and environmental conditions left a lasting impression.
||Craig Stolze - Craig served in the 39th Air Depot Repair Squadron. He was one of 6 boys in his family that served in the war and became an award winning sports writer.
|Gaylord Tapp - A member of the 50th Combat Engineers, Gaylord built runways and facilities across the Pacific Theatre and twice earned the Purple Heart.
||Melvin Mickelson - Mel served as a member of the Medical Detached Service Command Unit 1493 on Umnak.
||Bruno Kozlowski - Bruno Kozlowski (1920-1984) served in the 15th Tow Target Squadron as a flight engineer on the B-26 Maurader.
|Clint Goodwin - A welder for the 807th Engineers, Company B with a large collection of photos.
||Richard Short - Flew with the 54th Troop Carrier Squadron and tested instrument landings.
||Robert Brown - Served as part of an air crew for B-24s flying over 26 missions.
|Don Brydon - Don Brydon spent time working on Attu, Adak, and Shemya during the war.
||Harold "Bud" Johnston - Bud Johnston watched the Japanese attack on Dutch Harbor.
||Samuel "Mack" McKay - Serving at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Mack has an extensive collection of photos, letters, clippings, and insignia patches..
|Neil Fugate - Neil utilized his woodworking and building skills while in the Aleutian islands for three years.
||Bruce Hubbard - Initially offered a deferment for his work at Boeing, Hubbard turned it down. In the Aleutians he fulfilled his flying dreams.
||Albert King - Drafted in to service, King served as Mess Sergeant in the Adak 278th Coast Artillery.
|Al Martin - A French Canadian who learned English in the Army Air Corp's 11th Fighter Squadron, where he was a payroll sargent on several isalnds.