While the POW/MIA issue is catastrophic; we, the American public, far too often forget about the veterans who have dedicated themselves to protecting not only the American citizenry, but also the citizens of the world. This page is dedicated to those who have served in the military; whether it be during war, national or international conflicts, or peace keeping missions the veterans of the United States Armed Forces deserve our recognition, respect and appreciation.
Below is a list of veterans; active and inactive; alive and deceased. This is our way of saying Thank You to those who have kept the Spirit of Freedom alive!
We are always accepting the names of Veterans to add to this list. Please leave your name, or the name of a loved one in our guest book, along with any pertinent information you would like added to this list. List will be updates weekly.
We Salute These Men
Dunkleman, Jeffrey; Staff Sergeant; US Army; Active Duty since 1986.
King, Bernard; US Navy; Radarman 2nd Class (E5); Vietnam Veteran.
Munro, Charles Jr; Staff Sergeant; USMC; WWII Veteran, deceased 12/3/95.
Munro, Charles III; US Navy
Munro, Charles IV: US Navy: Active: USS Harry S Truman
Schwartz, Marty; Tech/Sgt;Age now 75 (4 years of service); 390th Bomb Group (Most decorated group in WW2); 8th Army Air Force.;Downed 29th mission; Escaped and was recaptured.
Solari, Daniel A.; PFC; US Army.
Tackett, Scott A; Jr.;1st Lt. is now his Company's Executive Officer (1/67 Armor)stationed at Fort Hood,Texas with the 4th Infantry Division.
Tackett, Scott A.; Sr: US Army
Varelas, Al; USMC, 26th Marine Regiment; Decorated Vietnam Veteran
Wagner, David C.; SPC; US Army; Active Duty since 1995.
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"A BATTLE PRAYER"
Should fate find you on the battlefield,
May your cause be a just one.
May your courage not falter.
May you show mercy to your enemies.
May your efforts bring the blessings of peace.
May you be triumphant and earn victory.
May your sacrifice be always appreciated.
May you endure the conflict unharmed.
Should you be harmed,
May your wounds heal.
Should you perish in the struggle,
May God embrace you and find a
Place for you in his Kingdom.
Above Prayer by
Scott A.Tackett Sr
A Special Thank You to Melyssa Mayne for "The Soldier" Poem.
Purple Heart GIF fromJohn P. Lorf US Marine: Retired.
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This page last updated: June 13, 1999