Archie Brooks Holton, age 73, passed away on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016. He was a warrior, serving in the Army during Vietnam and then for another couple of decades until his 1st retirement. He was a member of the Special Forces. After he retired from the military, he moved into the next chapter of his […]
June 17, 1919 – March 18, 2015 My father, known as Mickey, was a career officer in the US Army Signal Corps and a veteran of World War II, where he served in the Pacific, the Korean and Vietnam wars. He joined the army during the height of the depression, having coincidentally taken a high […]
Herbert “Herbie” Auerbach, 93, died peacefully in hospice in West Hills, CA on Sept 1, 2015 after a long and valiant battle against the forces of nature. An Army veteran of World War II, Sgt Auerbach was a member of the OSS-Detachment 101. As a radioman/cryptographer behind Japanese enemy lines in Burma, his heroic actions […]
Another great pilot of WWII has “slipped the surly bonds of earth…and touched the face of God.” John Allyn Raths soared into the wild, blue yonder to meet Jesus in the sky on Feb. 27, 2015. He was 96 years young! This wonderful man was born on May 14, 1918 in Mpls, Minn. He grew […]
Edward T. Gonzales was a Staff Sargent of World War 2, he served for 3 years from (1943-1946). He drove the Tank Destroyer. He was the best Husband , Dad , and Grandfather ever. When he returned to his family , he suffered an illness that was unbelievable , throughout the medications the Dr.’s tried […]
A True American Patriot Robert “Bob” L. Kinkle 1941- 2014 Air Force Captain Vietnam RIP MOAA, Tea Party Member, Lincoln Club, Hero, Animal Rescuer, and a Man of God Robert selflessly gave back to the community and was a passionate supporter of Patriots and Paws. His Family is asking that in Lieu of Flowers, a […]
A young man from New Orleans, traveled across the country to Camp Pendleton, his new bride in tow, not far behind. Served in World War II and Korean War. His rank Master Sgt. Seven (7) major battles before he was 21. Proud American Patriot. Love his country, and his Freedom. 1923-1995.
John A. Schang was a Sergeant in the U.S Army and served in World War II. As a Military Police Officer, my grandfather was shown in a History Channel special removing an Iron Cross, Second Class from a German prisoner landing in Boston