Local vet’s experiance includes Cuban Missile Crisis
He did not shoot Nazis, he did not serve in Vietnam or Korea, but what he did do is serve in perhaps what is known as the one of the most intense standoffs to nuclear war in history, The Cuban Missile Crises. But his main reason for joining the military was for his family.
(I joined the service) in March of 1961,” Dean Shore said. “I graduated in ‘59 and started working in June in ‘59 at Maytag and between that and March of 1961, I was laid off three times. They would work us 12 hour days and lay us off.”
In addition to dealing with job security, Shore was expecting a child.
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