I was in Baltimore Maryland, and was working in the General office for the Baltimore Railroad. As I recall, it was a Sunday morning when I first got the news on the radio that there was an attack on Pearl Harbor. I chose my own way to get into the army, and I chose something to do to with transportation since I had a little experience with it.
I joined in late December 1942, and I got to Europe in early January 1943, from then on, I was apart of the transportation organization.
I spent the war in Antwerp shipping special supplies to places in Europe.