Charles Norman Eubanks entered the U.S. Army on July 28, 1965. His basic training was at Fort Gordon, Georgia. He went to Vietnam via fort Ord, California; leaving Fort Gordon October 14, 1965, and Fort Ord on December 14,1965. Charles was wounded twice; the first time on January 29, 1965,
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.
Edsel Franklin Cooper enlisted in the U.S. Army in April 1948 and attended basic training through June 1948. While stationed at Camp Stoneman July 1948 through July 1949, he was attached to the 8th Army, Japan Logistics Command, Yokoyama, Japan through June 1952. His next duty was Camp Chaffe, Arkansas
Russell James Cope served in the Vietnam War from 1965 through 1976. He attended USMC recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina. He was then assigned to the Pacific Forces, Okinawa in January 1967, where he served with Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 361 as a corporal.
Ridley Rogers Clifton was born February 13, 1948 in Mason, Tennessee. In November 1967, at the age of nineteen, he enlisted into the U.S. Navy in Memphis, Tennessee. From November 1967 through February 1968, Clifton attended bootcamp from Nov. 1967 to Feb. 1968 in San Diego, California, earning the rank
Bennie Solon Carver was inducted on March 20, 1969 and transferred to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve at Camp Pendleton, California. He served with the 1st Marine Division in Vietnam. His awards include: the good Conduct Medal, the National Defense Ribbon, the Vietnam Service Medal, the Vietnam Cross of Gallantry
Jimmy Dale Blalack served in Vietnam from Sept. 9, 1968 until Oct. 31, 1968. He was killed action Oct. 31, 1968. He earned the rank of corporal. Received the Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, Combat Infantryman’s Badge, and National Defense Medal.
Charles Lanny Bridges of Bolton, joined the U. S. Army in Memphis, Tennessee on March 1, 1966. Serving as a track mechanic Tech 5, his last command was company a, troop command, U. S. Army Pacific. His awards include: the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Campaign Medal and the
Kenneth R. Bringle was drafted into the U. S. Army in September, 1965. He spent basic training at Fort Knox, Kentucky then went to Fort Huachuca, Arizona for advanced infantry training. He received orders for Vietnam in July, 1966. Sent to the 90th replacement battalion for three weeks then the