Japanese-American volunteers. From surveyor and civil engineer to buck private in Uncle Sam's army--that's Shuichi "Pete" Sakamoto's idea of success in life. Member of the Engineers' Association of Hawaii and of the University of Hawaii Alumni Association, Sakamoto, thirty-four, married and the father of a two-year-old son undergoes a close examination of his teeth by Captain J.B. Daudelin, who was one of the panel of Army physicians who passed on Kauai's first AJA [Americans of Japanese ancestry] volunteers
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