Richard B. Anderson is shown on leave with an unidentified woman before departing for the Marshall Islands during World War II. He died on his first day of combat.

Richard B. Anderson is shown on leave with an unidentified woman before departing for the Marshall Islands during World War II. He died on his first day of combat.

A tribute to four Peninsula residents who have received Medal of Honor

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