Sgt. Paul Evans of Arnoldsburg recalled his WWII days as a medic in the south Pacific, "They brought the injured from all the islands, mostly gunshot wounds and shrapnel. We treated the native population, too. It was a never-ending stream of wounded men. It was the first use of the "miracle drug" penicillin. I made some great friends there, bonds that will never be broken."

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