Full title:Pfc. Harry Yanaga (left), 26, a native of Fort Lupton, Colorado, and Pfc. Tom Yokoyama, 22, of Ontario, Oregon, wounded war veterans who were members of the famous 442nd Combat Team which distinguished itself in Italy, are shown limbering up in the gymnasium at Fitzsimons General Hospital near Denver. Yanaga was wounded in both legs, both shoulders and one wrist by an artillery fire at Castellina, Italy, last July. He volunteered July 23, 1941 at Fort Lupton. Yokoyama was wounded in the leg near Leghorn last July 16. He volunteered for the army and was inducted in May, 1943. He has two brothers in the army, Soso in the 552nd Field Artillery, and Sato, a member of the 442nd Combat Team. Both Yanaga and Yokoyama received their preliminary training at Camp Shelby, Mississippi.<lb /> Photographer: [Official Fitzsimons General Hospital Photo]<lb /> Denver, Colorado. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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