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Cesar Romero, USCGR
220211-G-G0000-017.JPG Photo By: USCG Historian's Office

Unknown - "CESAR ROMERO LOOKS FIT AFTER NINE MONTHS PACIFIC DUTY [--] In the liberty launch moving ashore from his Coast Guard-Manned invasion transport, Coast Guardsman Cesar Romero (third from left), Boatswain's Mate Second Class and Pre-War movie idol, heads for shore and diversion after nine months in the Pacific. He served in the invasions of Saipan and Tinian in the Marianas. With Romero are three shipmates, left to right: Coast Guardsman Stanley F. Rosenthal of Portland, Oregon; Eugene La Fort, Jr. of Golden Meadow, LA.; and Doe W. Halsey of Newport, Ore."; CG Photo No. 3681; no date. From CG Historian's Office Special Collections, Leonard Webb collection.


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