What's the Story? From August 1943 to March 1944, William & Mary was one of 190 academic institutions hosting an Army Specialized Training Program. Approximately 500 enlisted men were housed in Tyler Hall, Brown Hall and Blow Memorial Gymnasium and took classes in math, physics, geography, history, English and more. — For more information, see "From Student to Warrior," by Wilford Kale ’66, P ’19. Photo courtesy of University Archives, W&M Libraries, Special Collections Research Center
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