SH11K066WWII Nov. 9, 2011 -- New Jersey Sen. Frank Lautenberg addresses a group of veterans aboard the USS New Jersey during a ceremony to collect recorded oral histories of former servicemen. Lautenberg is one of the last three veterans of World War II serving in Congress, and says the war and the education he received through the GI Bill was a turning point in his life. He spent four years in the Army Signal Corps and went on to help found and lead the payroll processing firm ADP for more than 30 years before being elected to the United States Senate five times. (SHNS photo courtesy Office of Sen. Frank Lautenberg) (WWII)

SH11K066WWII Nov. 9, 2011 -- New Jersey Sen. Frank Lautenberg addresses a group of veterans aboard the USS New Jersey during a ceremony to collect recorded oral histories of former servicemen. Lautenberg is one of the last three veterans of World War II serving in Congress, and says the war and the education he received through the GI Bill was a turning point in his life. He spent four years in the Army Signal Corps and went on to help found and lead the payroll processing firm ADP for more than 30 years before being elected to the United States Senate five times. (SHNS photo courtesy Office of Sen. Frank Lautenberg) (WWII)

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