Yes, I know: it should be a 48-star flag... The 115th A.A.A. Gun Battalion, 1943 to 1945

Symphony in B-Flak

STAFF OF SYMPHONY IN B-FLAK

1st Lt. Wilbur F. Schneider . . . . . . . . . Editor-in-Chief
S/Sgt. Charles D. Eirich . . . . . . . . . . Managing Editor
T/5 John A. Colandrillo . . . . . . . Editor

STAFF ARTIST

Cpl. Joseph DeFronzo

STAFF CORRESPONDENTS

Pfc. Kenneth L. Goodwin
Pfc. Frank J. Molnar
Pfc. Salvatore A. Moscatt

EDlTORIAL RESEARCHERS

T/4 John A. Chafey
T/5 Enrico P. Confessore
Pfc. Joseph A. Danek

EDITORlAL ASSISTANTS

Cpl. William Doerflinger
T/5 Rosario A. Agnello
Pfc. Peter D. Calabro

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Updated Tuesday June 07, 2005 09:09:40 PDT
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