Veterans Photo Collage

Specialist 4 Daniel L. Behm

U.S. Army

killed in action January 1970

Musician 1st Class Thomas Brown

U. S. Coast Guard Band

2002-present


 

John Burleson

WWII

Sergeant David E. Carter

U.S. Air Force

1969-73


 

Clarence M. Chapman

U.S. Army

WWII 1943-45

75th Infantry Division, Service Company, 290th Infantry, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany & Battle of the Buldge.  Bronze Star Medal & Purple Heart

Lee Colby

U.S. Marine Corps

Korean Conflict


 

Lance Corporal Bruce Curtis

U.S. Marine Corps

killed in action February 1969

Staff Sergeant Harold Curtis

U.S. Army

Infantry, Anti-Tank Company F, 319th Infantry Regiment, 80th Infantry Division, U.S. Army, European Theater, WWII.
Campaigns included service in Northern France, Rhineland, Central Europe, & Ardennes (Notable Battles: Normandy Beach and Battle of Bulge), 1942-45


 

Torpedoman's Mate, Third Class Robert Devenport

U.S. Navy

1943-44

Private First Class Michael Dunneback

U.S. Army

died from injuries March 1969


 

Margaret Gold

U.S. Army

Staff Sergeant Michael W. Goodfellow

U.S. Air Force

enlisted 2003


 

Albert B. Hale

U.S. Army

Korean Conflict

Gordon "Bud" Heath

U.S. Air Force

Korean Conflict


 

Corporal Horace Heath

4th Michigan Cavalry, Company H. This was a Union cavalry regiment during the Civil War, the regiment that captured Jefferson Davis, President of the  CSA, at the conclusion of the war. 1862-65

Joseph Heath

N.Y. Militia (Van Woert's Regiment of Militia, aka 16th Albany County Militia Regiment) called up July 1777, to reinforce Horatio Gates's Continental Army during Saratoga Campaign. Served in Br. General Ten Broeck's Brigade. With the defeat of Burgoyne's British Army on October 1777, the regiment stood down.


 

Private Lowell G. Heath

U.S. Army Airborne

1917-19

Paul Heath

U.S. Army


 

Captain Frederick D. Hersey

U.S. Air Force

Logistics Chief for the 1st Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division, 2006-present (currently serving in Afghanistan)

Sergeant Jacob Hubach

U.S. Marine Corps

2004-12


 

Corporal Harold Irish

U.S. Army

Korean Conflict, 1953-56

Roger Irish

U.S. Army

1952-54


 

C. Eugene Kennamer

U.S. Navy

USS St. Francis River during the Vietnam era, 1965-71

Sergeant Al Lamoreaux

U.S. Army

killed in action February 1945


 

Private Donald Lamoreaux

U.S. Army

killed in action February 1944

Private Howard Lamoreaux

U.S. Army

killed in action November 1944


 

Specialist 5 Jeff Lang

U.S. Army

1965-68

Technical Sergeant Orley Lang

U.S. Army

1942-45


 

Combat Photographer Ron E Linkfield

U.S. Navy

Cinematographer Specialist, jet seat qualified, 1966-70

William H. McCune

Union Army

1862-65


 

Lance Corporal Dennis G. Merryman

U.S. Marine Corps

killed in action March 1969

A.G. Meyers

U.S. Army

WWII


 

Albert G. Meyers

U.S. Army,

Spanish American War

William Meyers

U.S. Army

Vietnam


 

Sergeant 1st Class Ronald Miller

U.S. Army

1953-killed in action May 1968

Robert Moody

WWII


 

Staff Sergeant Theo D. Moran

U.S. Air Force

1948-52

Carl Mosher

U.S. Navy

1951-55


 

Specialist 4 Jimmy R. Murrell

U.S. Army

killed in action June 1971

Charles Myers

Union Army

Civil War


 

John Powell

U.S. Navy

Sergeant Walter Preston

U.S. Army

1943-46


 

Donald Reed

U.S. Army

Korean Conflict

Ernest J. Reister

WWI


 

Specialist E4 Trent Saladino

Army National Guard

2013-present

Sergeant William Seevers

U.S. Air Force

deployed to England during Desert Storm, served 1984-92


 

Staff Sergeant Dayna Seevers Mills

U.S. Air Force

has been deployed to Turkey and Qatar, currently serving at Langley AFB, VA, in Security Forces, serving 2009-present

Airman 2nd Class Coral Eloise (Irish) Thomas

U.S. Air Force

1956-58


 

Sergeant Max Waldherr

U.S. Army

1948-50.
Max was a 1947 SHS grad, killed in action in Korea in December 1950. His remain are buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

Fighter Pilot James Warren

U.S. Navy

enlisted in 1942, shot down after 40 combat missions in 1943, died in POW camp June 1944.


 

Private Carl Woolworth

U.S. Army

1950-53.
Carl was a 1947 SHS grad, member of 24th Infantry, captured during the largest battle of the Korean Conflict, forced to march over 200 miles & spent 28 months in a POW camp.

Corporal Craig E. Yates

U.S. Army

killed in action May 1969


 

Robert Zink