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McClintock Military Men

During WWII the sons of Mr and Mrs George McClintock of Bridgeport fought for their country. James R McClintock AMM 2/C served aboard a bomber in the south Pacific. William R McClintock SF 3/C took part in the invasion of Africa and was on a boat torpedoed off Casablanca, surviving the engagement. Their father served with the engineers in WWI.

James R McClintock

William R McClintock

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