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Newspaper clipping, "Local men are commissioned in Reserve Corps," from undetermined newspaper, circa 1940s-1950s. Lists several men, including Yun Yau Kam, who have accepted appointments as second lieutenants in the United States Army Reserve.

Newspaper clipping, "Oahuan cited on Iwo Jima," from undetermined newspaper, circa 1940s. Describes Captain Yun Yau Kam's success in establishing the "Valor Theater," an open-air theater for troops stationed on Iwo Jima. Kam received a commendation…

Special Orders Number 66 (extract), Department of the Army, 222nd Aviation Battalion, March 15, 1971. Changes reporting date for Calvin H. Kam from April 1971 to March 1971.Note that some personal information has been redacted.

Permissive orders for out-of-country travel for Calvin H. Kam, February 9, 1971. Authorizes seven (7) days of leave for Kam starting on March 21, 1971.Note that some personal information has been redacted.

General Orders Number 2249, Department of the Army, 1st Aviation Brigade, March 18, 1971. Announces recipients of the Bronze Star Medal (First Oak Leaf Clusters), including First Lieutenant Calvin H. Kam of the 240th Aviation Company, earned "for…

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Special Orders Number 22 (extract), Department of the Army, 222nd Aviation Battalion, January 25, 1971. Reassigns First Lieutenant Calvin H. Kam from the 240th Assault Helicopter Company to Fort Rucker, Alabama at conclusion of his combat tour.Note…

Special Orders Number 115 (extract), Department of the Army, 222nd Aviation Battalion, May 4, 1970. Lists reassignments for several soldiers.Note that some personal information has been redacted.

Special Orders Number 53, United States Army Aviation School Element, Hunter Army Airfield, March 3, 1970. Lists individuals who have been awarded Army Aviator status. Calvin H. Kam's name is underlined in red ink.Note that some personal information…

Individual flight record and flight certificate for Second Lieutenant Calvin H. Kam, United States Army, July 21, 1969 – March 24, 1970. Records Kam's flight hours and aircraft qualifications during his training at Fort Stewart, Georgia. The document…

Photograph of an unidentified United States Army soldier handing an object to Colonel Birdsong on Johnston Island, circa 1940s. Inscription on verso: "Col. Birdso [Birdsong?], Commander of Johnson Island [Johnston Island]."
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