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Personal Focus: S/SGT. GEORGE OIYE - 522nd Field Artillery Battallion
Eleventh graders research S/Sgt. George Oiye, who fought in the 522nd Field Artillery Battallion. They examine the roles and sacrifices of this soldier, then answer questions.
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