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,
Oliver Banks Zenar entered service in the U. S. Army on December 8, 1942 at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. Trained at Fort Jackson, South Carolina and promoted to Tech 5, Oliver went to the European Theater as a messenger with the 100th infantry division in October, 1944. He was wounded in
William C. Daniel was inducted into the U.S. Army on February 23, 1943. He served in Company A of the 773rd Amphibious Tracked Vehicle Battalion, during battles for the Philippine Islands and the Ryukyus Island chain. His awards included the World War II Victory Medal, the Asiatic-Pacific Theater, with five
William J. (Bill Jim) Davis enlisted in the U. S. Navy in December 1938. He was assigned to the USS Helena in September 1939. The Helena was damaged when she was torpedoed at pearl harbor on December 7, 1941 and suffered 21 killed, 79 wounded in that attack. Later, Bill
Rob Roy Davis enlisted in the U.S. Navy on November 1, 1940 and received his initial training at the Naval Training Station Norfolk, Virginia. He was assigned to the USS Helena (CL50). Rob Roy survived the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The Helena was torpedoed with
William F. Davis was inducted into the U.S. Army Air Corps on July 17, 1942 at Camp Forrest, Tennessee. His basic training was at Keesler Field, Mississippi. William was transferred to Truax Field, Madison, Wisconsin, where he served from September 1942 until February 1945. William departed for Europe on March
R. L. Coulston was inducted into the U. S. Army on January 27, 1943 at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. Trained in the rifle, carbine and Thompson Machine Gun, he achieved the rank of staff sergeant. His awards include; the American Service Medal, World War II Victory Medal and Good Conduct Medal.
W. L. Coulston, Sr. entered the U. S. Army on July 21, 1944. He served as a truck driver with the 345th light infantry. His awards included: the Combat Infantry Badge, Rifle Marksman, the European-African-Middle East Theater Ribbon with three bronze stars, the Good Conduct Medal, the World War II
Aubrey L. Craig was inducted into the U. S. Army in April 1943. He was shipped to England in January 1944 as a member of the 735th Military Police Battalion. Aubrey was involved with handling traffic, troops and equipment for the Normandy invasion. Afterward, he moved to London and handled
Noah Craig joined the U.S. Army on August 15, 1940. He served under General George S. “Hell on Wheels” Patton, in the famous Second Armored Division. Noah left the United States in September 1942, arriving in Casablanca, North Africa in November 1942, where he served under Major General Earnest N.