I've got to thinking today, this 83 year old man, who I go to out for coffee, donuts and pizza a few times a week, and I help him with his yard work... His dad was in WW1. He said when they first got drafted, his father and all of the men where in a line and the man said "Everyone who's greek, raise your hand", so his father and all the greeks raised their hands and the man said "your all cooks". If you think about it, it makes sense, that was a lot of Americans, where immigrants, you couldn't have an irishman, polish, greek and italian, communicate on the battlefield. He still has his dads WW1 uniform. I've seen the hat, he keeps in hung up, next to his own Air Force Veteran hat. I just thought it was interesting. I also knew a lady whos grandfather was a slave and a Civil War veteran.