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A small group of veterans has been getting some extra attention lately. Their stories have been made into a comic book. WYSO’s Jerry Kenney reports on how it all started.
Charlie Bath enlisted in the Army in 1941, the day after Pearl Harbor. For four years, he proudly served as a wire chief in the signal corps. That job involved running telephone wire all over France and Germany. Charlie was the guy who could climb, so that’s what he did – climbed poles, often checking for live wires by hitting them with a wrench.
The recent unemployment figure for military veterans is just under 11 percent - close to the rate for non-vets. But, for some service men and women - especially those who have experienced combat - there are other challenges in finding employment.