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  • The picture below shows the MIS veterans who received long-overdue medals
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    • 1. Military Intelligence Service
      • By Janelle Feliciano
    • 2. Who are they?
      • Nisei Soldiers, during World War II,1941
      • They were needed for Military Intelligence and combat duty
      • They had a difficult job:
      • required extensive training
      • and after the war,they were sent to help rebuild Japan.
    • 3. What they did
      • The Army sent the Nisei to different parts of the pacific.
      • They interrogate prisoners,intercept messages,translate captured documents and infiltrate enemy lines.
      • What they did probably even shortened the Pacific war by 2 years!
    • 4. During MIS language schools
      • The schools are for training and knowledge.
      • The schools began at the Presidio of San Francisco.
      • They learned about translation and interrogation
      • During War, the schools moved to Minnesota, first at Camp Savage, then to FT. Snelling
    • 5. Continuing
      • The Nisei went through a difficult time during schools, like being tortured.
      • According to one of the Nisei soldiers, “training at the MIS schools was always intense, a very severe form of training, a crash course.”
      • Even though it was hard, the MIS faced great odds and a great personal sacrifice, but they still did what they were suppose to do.
    • 6. MIS video-Ted Tysukiyama speaking about MIS schools
    • 7. What happened after the war
      • August,1945, the MIS were involved in the occupation of Japan.
      • Performed valuable resources in the Administration of Japan
      • Helped develop the Japanese Constitution
      • More than 5,000 MIS Nisei participated in major assignments
      • These “warriors in silence” not only did their job in secrecy but they did it great. :)
    • 8. MIS
      • The MIS played a BIG role in the war.
      • They did their part by going to MIS schools and a few years later, helping the occupation of Japan.
      • They served our country greatly, having an impact on the war, we thank them gratefully.
      • According to Colin Powell,” their service to this country is a reminder to all of us that being an American is not a matter of race or national origin, but a conviction of the heart.”
      • The picture below shows MIS veterans who received long-overdue medals.
    • 9.
      • Thanks to Mrs. Suzuki and my sister, Jasmine for helping me with my PowerPoint. :)

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