Charles Richard ULSH

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From a collection of photos titled "Our Boys in the Military (1945)" Charles R. Ulsh served in Northern Italy where he was assigned to Squadron 29 PT boats. This squadron destroyed $70,000,000 worth of enemy shipping, sinking 27 ships, having lost one boat out of twelve. These PT boats are about 80 feet long and travel close to 70 mph at top speed, carrying four torpedoes and at least eight machine guns.
Contributed by rkohler3 on 4/10/10 - Image Year: 1945

Charles Richard ULSH was the son of Edgar Addison and Christina R. (Long) Ulsh. He was born in Port Royal, 22 Feb 1925.

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Contributed by rkohler3 on 4/13/17 - Image Year: 1941
1941 PORT ROYAL CHAMPION BASEBALL TEAM: Front Row (L-R): Grover Wolfgang Jr, Batboy Billy Telfer, Robert "Mugs" Frankhouse; Middle Row: Russell Wagner, Dick Ulsh, Paul Fleck, James "Mayor" Kennedy, Bill Kauffman, Bill Kennedy; Back Row: Couch Charles "Bill" Telfer, Gerald "Smokey" Miller, Ted Bergstresser, James Robinson, Harold "Doc" Kepner, Harvey "Popeye" McClure, Brady Kunkle, Paul Fleck said the last game went 19-20 innings 1 walkin run and no hits. The New York Times had article.
Contributed by rkohler3 on 8/13/19 - Image Year: 1943

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