My mom and I compiled a book about Dad’s WWII experiences in the South Pacific. He fought as part of the Anti-Tank Company in the Thirty-Fourth Infantry Regiment, which was part of the Twenty-Fourth Infantry Division. TITLE: Bark at the Moon: Bert Rokey’s Letters from the South Pacific, 1942-1945---How a Soldier and Sabetha, His Kansas Farm Community, Survived WWII CO-AUTHORS: Cleta Gresham Rokey and Robin Rokey AVAILABILITY: https://www.createspace.com/4086789 Also available at Amazon.com In addition to Dad’s 275 letters sent home from the war, the book contains excerpts from my grandmother’s farm journal, which she kept throughout WWII. These documents provide a clear view of how our soldiers and their loved ones on the home front coped with the war. Our final source was firsthand accounts from Dad’s last surviving Army buddy, O.G. Mayo, who died at age 91 only three days after we finished the final chapter. As one of Dad’s buds from training camp in Hawaii through the New Guinea campaign, the retaking of the Philippines, and the end of the war, O.G. lived just long enough to tell his and Dad’s story. Read more at the link given above.