Arthur Babineau, Harold Beal, Ralph Bickford, Ralph Bonville, Lawrence Burleigh, Austin Carter, Simon Caswell, George Chalmers, Robert Clark, Galen Cole
, Robert Coles, William Deering, Perry Drew, George Dumont, Guy Ellms, Nancy Ellms, John Fogler, George Fulcher, Don Gallupe, Bob Glidden, Roland Goff, Alton Grant, Vaughn Harris, Donald Hayner, Leon Higgins, Basil Hills, Lou Horvath, Sumner Jones, Lowell Keene, Stanley Knox, George Lapaire, Clarence Littlefield, Paul Lucy, Enlow Minick, Carl Mitchell, George Newhall, Ronald Noyes, Carmine Pecorelli, Dean Pennypacker, Clifford Pierce, Alec Powell, Robie Robbins, Dustan Rogers, Norm Rossignol, Claud Scribner, Charles Snowman, Leroy Starbird, William Walker, Clifford West, Paul Wilbur, Elwood Worster Sr.
Cole Museum founder Galen Cole, a Purple Heart veteran of the 5th Armored Division in Germany, took listeners back to Dec. 8, 1941, when students attended an assembly at the school on Harlow Street and were told "the Japanese had performed a sneak attack."
By the time Cole joined the Army just after graduating Bangor High School in 1944, "62 of my classmates already were serving," he recalled.
paid tribute to those who lost their lives and praised the many veterans who volunteer at the museum, from serving as tour guides to being interviewed by youngsters in the Veterans Interview Program.