During WW II, Frank R. Strano of Ambridge, Pennsylvania served with the 998th Treadway Bridge Company of the 300th Combat Engineers. “We were not infantry,” Frank says proudly, “although we got shot at a lot. We were engineers.”
Before the war Frank was a steelworker and overhead crane operator with the American Bridge Company. At age 91, he still lives and works in Ambridge.
This interview is a production of the Veteran Voices of Pittsburgh Oral History Initiative, in partnership with the nonprofit Veterans Breakfast Club and Carnegie Free Library, Beaver Falls. It was recorded June 19, 2013 at the Carnegie Free Library, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.
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