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Allen, Donald, U.S. Navy

Donald G. Allen of Bedford, Indiana served in the United States Navy from 1951-1955. He was a fire control technician third class on the battleship USS Wisconsin and saw combat in the Korean War.

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Donald Allen, Bedford, IN, Jan. 1953


Donald Allen, forward plotting room, USS Wisconsin


Navy Day Parade, Sasebo, Japan, Nov. 14, 1953


Main Street, Sasebo, Japan, 1953


Navy Day Parade, Sasebo, Japan, Nov. 14, 1953


Navy Day Parade, Sasebo, Japan, Nov. 14, 1953


?The Gang? back row (l ? r) Roy Chipps, Harold Freedman, Robert Ross, L.F. Schreck; front row (l- r) Dennis O?Neill, Emmet Cunningham, & Settles, Sasebo, Japan, Nov. 14, 1953


Japanase school children visiting USS Wisconsin, 1953


Roy Chipps and Japanese girl selling flowers


Navy Day Parade, Sasebo, Japan, Nov. 14, 1953


US aircraft carrier, Sasebo, Japan, 1953


Polywog Day, June 18, 1953


?Royal Barber? June 19, 1953


Roy Chipps, aft main plotting room, USS Wisconsin


Canadian cruiser Ontario, Pearl Harbor, April 1952


Shinto Shrine, Tokyo, Japan, Jan. 28, 1954


Mt. Fuji, from Yokosuka Harbor, March 1954


Donald Allen, Sapporo, Japan, March 7, 1954


USS Wisconsin at Panama Canal, Sept. 14, 1953


USS Wisconsin, March 1, 1953


?Royal Baby? Cruz, Crossing the Equator, June 19, 1953


Donald Allen & Louis E. Brown, Christ the Redeemer statue, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 28, 1953


Bomb demonstration en route to Guantanamo Naval Base, August 1954


Crossing the Equator, June 19, 1953


Clestino Bersoza & ?Pappy? Spears, USS Wisconsin, Brest, France


Pier 7, Norfolk, Virginia


USS Wisconsin at Panama Canal, Sept. 14, 1953


Navy Day Parade, Sasebo, Japan, Nov. 14, 1953


Shellback Day, June 19, 1953


Helicopter landing en route to Guantanamo Naval Base, August 1954


Donald Allen on USS Wisconsin, May 1952


Helicopter


Harold Freedman & Donald Allen, Sasebo, Japan, Nov. 14, 1953


Crossing the Equator, June 19, 1953


USS Saipan and USS Wisconsin, Pier 7, Norfolk, VA, May 1952


Portsmouth, VA Shipyard, Jan. 1953


Crossing the Equator, June 19, 1953


Roy Chipps, aft main plotting room, USS Wisconsin


Shellbacks in Dress Up, Crossing the Equator, June 19, 1953


Guppy type submarine en route to Brazil, June 1953


Guppy type submarine en route to Brazil, June 1953


Beer Hall, en route to Guantanamo, Feb. 22, 1953


USS Missouri, Sugar Loaf Mountain, Brazil, June 1953


Louis Brown, Greenock, Scotland


Sailors at Guantanamo Naval Base, March 1953


L.F. Schreck, Donald Allen, Roy Chipps & Johansen, Guantanamo Naval Base, March 1953


Unidentified sailor, Donald Allen, Roy Chipps & Johansen, Guantanamo Naval Base, March 1953


USS Wisconsin at Panama Canal, Sept. 14, 1953


Sailors at Guantanamo Naval Base, March 1953


L.F. Schreck, Arlton Griffin, Johansen & Roy Chipps, Guantanamo Naval Base, March 1953


Unidentified sailor & Donald Allen, Port of Spain, Trinidad, July 22, 1953


Louis E. Brown, Eiffel Tower, July 1952


French orphans visiting USS Wisconsin for ice cream, Brest, France


US Destroyers, Bastille Day, Brest, France


Donald Allen, Bedford, IN, Dec. 1952


Donald Allen, Tiger Balm Gardens, Hong Kong, Dec. 26, 1953


Guantanamo Naval Base, March 1953


USS Wisconsin at Panama Canal, Sept. 14, 1953


Donald Allen, Eiffel Tower, Paris, France, July 1952


Donald Allen & Louis Brown, sidewalk caf?, Versailles, France, July 1952


Louis ?Brownie? Brown, at hotel in Paris, France, July 1952


Louis Brown & Donald Allen, Paris, France, July 1952


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