My Guardian Angel and Me: none

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AuthorHouse, Mar 10, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 292 pages
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            Major Arlan W. Horman was a combat engineer during WWII and the Korean War. He kept is Guardian Angel busy from protecting him and from dying when a WWI French gun next to him exploded during a training exercise and a plan crashing into a river which he was supposed to be on. Also, he could’ve been bitten by a coral snake, instead, it bit the soldier sleeping next to him and the soldier died.

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About the author (2010)

            Arlan W. Horman was born on Nov. 18, 1917 on a small 60 acre farm in La Cross County, Lake Neshonoc, Wisconsin. He was a WWI baby and was born to German parents who had left Germany. He was drafted into the army as a private and retired as a major due to his great leadership ability and intellect. He went to an engineering school but wasn’t able to graduate because he was drafted by the army. He was trained an engineer in the army. As a civilian he was a civil engineer and helped to build power plants, bridges and highways.

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