National Japanese American Veterans Council (NJAVC)

Member since Feb 2004

National Japanese American Veterans Council (NJAVC) hasn’t posted any events, created any Nikkei Album collections, or contributed any articles to Discover Nikkei yet.

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PO Box 391
Vienna, VA 22183
USA

Calvin Ninomiya
Tel: 301-652-8135
Fax: 301-652-8135
calvinnino@aol.com

Walter Ozawa
walter@ozawa.org

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The National Japanese American Veterans Council's participation in the Nikkei Legacy Project is based on the belief that the history of the Japanese in the U.S. inevitably includes the incomparable ...

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Pfc. Larry Imamura, of Kehaha, Kauai, Hawaii, a Japanese-American with the 442nd combat team of the 100th Infantry Bn., in Bivouac in the Charmois area of France, writes a letter before meeting the Germans on the front lines for the first time. U.S. Seventh Army. 10/22/44. Photo: U.S. Army photograph

Brig. Gen. Frank Merrill, commanding general of infantry troops in Burma, poses between his Japanese-American interpreters, who are, left to right, Sgt. Herbert Kiyasaki (Paauilo, Hawaii), and Sgt. Akiji Yoshimura (Colusa, Calif.). Non-Baum, Burma. 5/1/44. Photo: U.S. Army photograph

Nisei Japanese soldiers, interpreters of the Linguist Section, Allied Translator and Interpreter Section, General Headquarters, Allied Powers in the Pacific, Tokyo, Japan, attend class in legal terminology as part of training program to better their knowledge of the Japanese language. 9-3-46. Photo: U.S. Army photograph

Lucca area, Italy -- Gen. Mark W. Clark, CG of the fifteenth army group (touring the 92nd division area) welcomes the men of the 442nd Regiment, and the 100th Battalion, who are now under his command. General Clark formerly commanded them while he was CG of the fifth army, and they were then with the 34th Division. Fifth Army. 3 April 1945. Photo: U.S. Army photograph

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