Norman Yukio Hashisaka

Gender Male
Birth date 1925-8-10
Place of birth Waianae HI, U.S.A.
Inducted 1944-1-3, Schofield Brks HI
Enlistment type Volunteer
Service branch Army
Service type War
Unit type Support
Units served Headquarters Company, 8th Army;
MIS D-5 (grad. Savage, Feb. 1944)
Military specialty Interpreter, Translator. Intelligence work.
Stationed USA: Minnesota; Alabama;
Other Countries: Philippines; Japan
Separated ArmySeparationCenter,Oahu HI
Unit responsibility Military Intelligence.
Personal responsibility Interpreter, Translator.
Major battles (if served in a war zone) Pacific
Asiatic.
Awards, medals, citations (individual or unit) Good Conduct Medal
World War II Victory Medal
American Campaign Service Medal
Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal
Philippine Liberation Medal
Most vivid memory of military experience (Refer to JANM Dossier)(See under Additional Information))
Missed most whilst in the military Family & home; Cooked food.
Most important thing, personally, to come from military experience? I feel the most important thing for me was that I was able to serve my country as a loyal, dedicated American citizen to help win the war, and after the war, help bring about peace with the occupation of Japan. I am thankful that I came home alive and that I was able to get a college degree with the help of the G.I. Bill.
Additional information (Refer to JANM Dossier.)

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Residence:Elleele, HI



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