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A Job to Do: WWII Vet’s Bond Remains Strong With Fellow Airmen


Raymond Eck, '41, lays a wreath at Madingley American Cemetery in England.
Raymond Eck, ’41, lays a wreath at Madingley American Cemetery in England.

From the Spring 2017 Penn College Magazine: Being in a war is like hell on earth, says World War II airman Raymond Eck, ’41, but he had a job to do and crewmates who depended on him. At 93, his bond with fellow airmen remains strong. Read “A Job to Do.”

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