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John Cherry

Cape Cod Military Museum

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Hello,

My name is John (Jack) Cherry. I am an unofficial Internet sleuth for the Cape Cod Military Museum, I am disabled and spend a lot of my time tracking down the Military History of Cape Cod. One of focal points is the Engineer Amphibious Command formed at Camp Edwards, on 15 June 1942. We are in search of accounts, photographs and memories of any and all of those that spent time on Cape Cod, as part of their Military service, in this or any other Commands here. In my short time here as a member, I have found a lot of material and am very thankful to M-1 for accepting me as a member and providing a great site to utilize in my search for information.

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I am so happy that you have found my website helpful so far. That pleases me to no end. I have quite a bit of info on this time period and in fact, you will find more info online in my documentary No Bridge Too Far, part one, which refers to the the area on several occasions. www.nobridgetoofar.com

I will see what I have on my hard drive and/or in my library that hasn't made its way to the web.

All the best, M1

 

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Hello Marion.

I am most appreciative of anything that you may find to assist me in this endeavor! You have really done a Yeoman's work in bringing the History of the Engineers in WWII. Your Father's Service Hostry is very interesting, just as your story of how you explored your Fathers Service is..

Many Thanks,

Jack

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Thank you again, Jack. I look forward to working with you. Have a good night. Getting ready for a late dinner and some relaxation. Till later... ;)

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