Just by chance, Bill Hartstein of Alameda Isles mobile home park in Englewood joined the U.S. Army’s security service at the close of the Korean War in 1953 and nailed down a career in electronics for life.
“I grew up in Pottsville, Pa., and went down to Philadelphia to join the Air Force. The enlistment sergeant said I didn’t want to do that after I told him I had taken electronics in high school and made straight As,” the 82-year-old recalled. “If you’re smart enough you can go into the security service and work in Army Intelligence,” he advised.
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