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Military Science 12 Prof. Zenon Latinos in World War II-Extra Credit The impact that Latinos had in the Second World War is one of tremendous impact that lots of times goes unheard but is always remembered. There are many Latinos that contributed to the American side of the war. Many of their voices go unheard in the shadows of others in the war, but two soldiers of Latino descent that made an impact in the war were William Carrillo and Emilio Grillo. These two soldiers helped America win the war in unseen ways. During the time of World War II, it was required that to enlist in the war, one must have a college education. One such individual that did not have a college education was William Carrillo. Carrillo entered the Army Air Corps in 1941 and wrote on his enlistment papers that he was from “Hard Knox” College which implied the fact that he had no higher education and came from a period in which he fell on hard times and it was not found out until later on that it was not a real collegiate institution. Carrillo was a
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2008 for the course MS 12 taught by Professor Zenon during the Spring '07 term at UCSB.

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