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Bill D Ross

Ross saw action on Iwo Jima as a twenty-three year old Marine sergeant combat correspondent. After V-J Day he volunteered for an additional six months' duty in North China. In 1946, he joined the Washington staff of the Associated Press, covering government agencies, Capitol Hill, and the White House. In July 1950, he was sent to Korea as a correspondent for the Associate Press, landing with the first wave of Marines at Inchon. Since then he has written for several metropolitan dailies and...See more