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July 13, 2008 3:01 AM

Our War: World War II electrician's mate looks back fondly on military life

A Highland man served during World War II on an Army freight and supply ship, hauling food to radio operators in hidden locations and moving the bodies of U.S. soldiers from a flooded cemetery to higher ground. Troy Huddle, 82, was an electrician's mate 3rd class in the Coast Guard and spent the war in the South Pacific.

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