Bill Zegers bulldozes his way through the Army
At 25 years old, Bill Zegers was just another farm boy, but that all changed when the U.S. Army drafted him to fight in the Korean War.
For 21 months, he drove a bulldozer for the Army, and although he was not on the front lines, he often experienced enemy fire.
“We had a lot of mortar shells, and artillery shells,” Zegers said. “Mortar shells were the worst. Usually, they would send one mortar shell in, and it would be long. The next one would be short, and the third one would be just where they wanted it.”
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