Charlie Pink Delashmit served as a corporal in Battery A, 115th Field Artillery in England, France and Luxembourg. His campaigns included a defensive position north of toul from August 28 until September 10, 1918; St. Michael offensive from September 11 until September 13, 1918; Battle of Argonne Forest, west of
Hugh L. Dawson, Jr., was inducted into the U. S. Army on September 26, 1942 at Camp Forrest, Tennessee. He was a Platoon Sergeant for Company H of the 417th Infantry Regiment in the 76th Division.Hugh sailed from Boston, Massachusetts and landed in Plymouth, England. He then crossed the English
Published in The Leader By Sherri Onorati November 11, 2020 The soldiers who came home after World War I were tired, traumatized and many felt out-of-place given what they had been through – even in their hometowns – places which should have been welcoming and familiar. A small group of
William E. Dycus was inducted into the U.S. Army at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia on January 21, 1942. He was attached to Battery B, 755th Field Artillery Battalion. (William had served previously with the ERC from June 8, 1940 until October 26, 1941.) He was in battles for: Normandy, Northern France,
Joseph Harry Yarbrough enlisted in the U. S. Air Force on September 7, 1949 in Memphis, Tennessee. He attended radar operators’ school at Keesler AFB, Biloxi, Mississippi. Assigned to Headquarters, Air Force Armament Center, Harry was honorably discharged as a staff sergeant (tech) on April 24, 1952, at Eglin AFB,
Uriah P. Yarbrough was enlisted/inducted into the U. S. Army on June 28, 1918 at Covington, Tennessee. After training, he served with the American Expeditionary Force, in France, from August 23, 1918 until March 17, 1919. Uriah was honorably discharged at Camp Gordon, Georgia on April 10, 1919.