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Highest Rank: Boatswain Mate 2nd Class
Entered Service: 5/1/1941
Exited Service: 4/15/1945
Continental Service Length: 5 years
Location of Service: Great Lakes and East Coast, USA
Gender: male
Basic Training: Hancock, Michigan
Military Position: Master of Ship's Deck Force
Place of Separation: Duluth, Minnesota
From State: Ohio
Current City: Heath
Current State: Ohio
Date of Birth: 01/1920
My War Stories
  
  1945 Great Lakes and East Coast service. Check back soon for the full bio.

My War Awards
  • American Campaign Medal - WW II
  • American Defense Medal - WW II
  • World War II Victory Medal
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  Bob Lamp remembers "the price of freedom" at the World War II Memorial's Wall of 4,000 Stars representing and honoring the 400,000 men and women who lost their lives defending our nation in battle. Bob Lamp remembers "the price of freedom" at the World War II Memorial's Wall of 4,000 Stars representing and honoring the 400,000 men and women who lost their lives defending our nation in battle. Buckeye Honor Flight WW II Heroes Bob Lamp, Bob Hickman, and Bill Taylor at the Ohio Pillar of the World War II Memorial Buckeye Honor Flight WW II Heroes Bob Lamp, Bob Hickman, and Bill Taylor at the Ohio Pillar of the World War II Memorial Bob Lamp being thanked by an Air Force serviceman at the WW II Memorial giving Bob an opportunity to be honored and share his story. Bob Lamp being thanked by an Air Force serviceman at the WW II Memorial giving Bob an opportunity to be honored and share his story.
  The legend of "Kilroy" continues at the World War II Memorial. The legend of "Kilroy" continues at the World War II Memorial. Gratitude expressed by President Harry S. Truman for our nation's Greatest Generation in their sacrifices and service during WW II. Gratitude expressed by President Harry S. Truman for our nation's Greatest Generation in their sacrifices and service during WW II. WW II Hero Bob Lamp at the World War II Memorial with the Washington Monument in the background. WW II Hero Bob Lamp at the World War II Memorial with the Washington Monument in the background.
  Bob Lamp gets a special thank you from the Admiral of the Navy at the United States Navy Memorial. Bob Lamp gets a special thank you from the Admiral of the Navy at the United States Navy Memorial. Bob Lamp and Bob Hickman get front row seats for the Changing of the Guards Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Bob Lamp and Bob Hickman get front row seats for the Changing of the Guards Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Honor Flight visits the Iwo Jima Memorial. Honor Flight visits the Iwo Jima Memorial.
  World War II Veteran Bob Lamp reflects on the honor and bravery of all American Service heroes represented by the Iwo Jima Memorial in Washington, D.C. World War II Veteran Bob Lamp reflects on the honor and bravery of all American Service heroes represented by the Iwo Jima Memorial in Washington, D.C.