See World War II through the eyes of one of the United States' most secretive agencies.
In 1941, Frank Eberflus enlisted in the United States Army. After his training and serving with the Strategic SV Unit in the United States, he was assigned as a field photographer for the Office of Strategic Services (O.S.S.)-European Theater of Operations.
Frank rarely spoke about his time in the service. Only on occasions would he talk about being strapped to the wing of a plane while taking photographs. After Frank's passing in May of 1982, his son, Frank. J. Eberflus, inherited the trunk where these amazing photographs had been stored for over sixty years. The photographs taken were classified until recently and now are able to be shared with the public.