Red, A Member of The Greatest Generation

 

Red, a USS LaVallette WWII sailor, January 27, 1945

 

“Red”, a member of the Greatest Generation, appears to be an innocent young boy in George’s gouache on paper portrait, painted while they were stationed 500 miles from China in the South Pacific. Serving on the USS LaVallette during WWII, Red was most likely a seasoned sailor so late in the conflict on January 27, 1945.

 

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2 Responses to Red, A Member of The Greatest Generation

  1. RED was a red headed kid a s1/c last name Blevins duty as a valent in the chief quarters

  2. correct his duty was a valet in the chief quarters.I have a picture of him that was taken when we crossed the equator.

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