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Sun. 3:30pm: Warren man saw war as a job

August 11, 2013
Tribune Chronicle |

WARREN - Clarence Eshelman defined war as something he was trained to do.

The 88-year-old Warren man served in the U.S. Army Infantry during World War II after being drafted at the age of 18.

"Basically, you're doing your job when you go into combat," he said. "It's what they prepare you for."

Eshelman, who was born in Cleveland on Dec. 21, 1924, has spent most of his life in Trumbull County, moving to Warren in 1979.

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