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'Some wounds don't bleed': Clayton veteran recounts war

January 3, 2018

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'Some wounds don't bleed': Clayton veteran recounts war

Leonard Adreon of Clayton spent most of his post-collegiate years as a real estate consultant. But he started those years in Korea, as a naval hospital corpsman serving with a Marine infantry company in a bloody, stalemated war along the 38th Parallel.

 

Adreon’s time in uniform began in World War II. After graduating from Soldan High School in 1944, he got his draft notice. Unlike most draftees, Adreon went into the Navy. After training as a corpsman, he spent most of the war in Chicago. Upon mustering out, he absent-mindedly joined the inactive Naval Reserve, figuring that the money would come in handy. ...

 

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