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Japanese-American volunteers. First of the territory's quota of 1,725 AJA (Americans of Japanese ancestry) volunteers to be inducted into the U.S. Army Combat Regiment now being formed, 18-year-old Mitsura Doi of Kauai, Hawaii, garage worker, receives congratulations from Major Charles V. McManus, adjutant of the Kauai Service Command who administered the oath of induction at 2:40 PM, Thursday, March 11. Doi was born at Koloa and volunteered with the blessing of his parents. "I'm just waiting to begin training and get into action," he said as he shook hands with Major McManus

Japanese-American volunteers. First of the territory's quota of 1,725 AJA (Americans of Japanese ancestry) volunteers to be inducted into the U.S. Army Combat Regiment now being formed, 18-year-old Mitsura Doi of Kauai, Hawaii, garage worker, receives congratulations from Major Charles V. McManus, adjutant of the Kauai Service Command who administered the oath of induction at 2:40 PM, Thursday, March 11. Doi was born at Koloa and volunteered with the blessing of his parents. "I'm just waiting to begin training and get into action," he said as he shook hands with Major McManus

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