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Col. Ishio
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Col. Ishio

Col. Ishio

Col. Ishio
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President Clinton designated May 25th a day of honor for minority soldiers. Michele speaks to 82-year old (retired) Col. Sunao Ishio who served in the Pacific during World War II. Col. Ishio, the son of Japanese immigrants, was born in California and served in military intelligence, on active duty from 1941 to 1947. He was one of the first Asian-Americans to become an officer.

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