Frank Landi — Sergeant and Military Police guard at the Loire DTC, he was likely born on November 3, 1904 in Pennsylvania. Landi had attended grammar school and had worked in a machine shop prior to enlisting in Los Angeles on April 17, 1942. One prisoner recalled that Landi stood about 5’5″ tall and in addition to his very bowed legs had what appeared to be a broken nose, indicative that he may have been a boxer. He was discharged at Indian Gap Military Reservation in Pennsylvania on November 6, 1945 and returned to Los Angeles. It appears that Frank Landi died in Sacramento, California on May 1, 1981.

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