This page is dedicated to all the veterans of the armed forces of the United States. Whether they died in combat or in bed of old age, we all owe them so much, because they bought our freedom for us.

We reserve the right to edit all comments for appropriateness.

In Loving Memory of Those Who Served. . .

Listed in alphabetical order by last name.

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POW/MIAReuben Habecker
By Ed Habecker
Born in Phoenix Arizona, Ambulance Driver - 28th Bombardment Squadron Phillipines, POW 1942-45 Killed in Transit as POW. Ship bombed at sea 1945.



Navy Donald E Hadley
By Robert David Aul
My uncle Donald E Hadley served in the U.S. Navy in an air wing assigned to the U.S.S. Coral Sea After WW-II. He enlisted in 1945. He passed away in 1996 He was a mech./Plane Captain. He went on after his enlistment to become one of the best elevator mechanics in the co. he worked for up until his retirement. GOD BLESS HIM!!!!! JOB WELL DONE! We all love you and miss you very very much.



ArmyW.B. Hadley killed 17 September 1950
By Barry L. Moore, San Angelo, TX
The uncle I never knew but never forgot...



Air ForceLt. Marvin M. Haerbig USAAF
By Anonymous
Died: 4/76
Served as C-47 pilot in WWII, called back for Korea as flight instructor. Thanks, Dad for your service to our country, and the example you always were...




ArmyJohn D. Hafford
By Bill Young, Eldorado, IL USA
In memory of a husband and father. You are missed.



Army SSGT Alfred A Hale
By SSGT Edward Keigwin Army (retired) Hollister, MO
Fought in the South Pacific was a POW in Japan served his country well for 20 years. My friend.



NavyArmy Ernest Moses Haley
By Louise Haley, Lake Charles, La
My Dad joined the Navy at age 16, was at Pearl Harbor, also fought on German soil, he made it through many hostile environments, to father 7 children. He was taken from us in 1964, while sitting in a movie theater in Los Angeles, CA. Because of my father's love for America, my heart has always been filled with pride and respect for this nation my father proudly served. Also because of my father's sense of pride in America, me and my children has proudly served American, and our hearts fill with pride each and every time we see "Old Glory" flying high in the sky. My father is truly missed and dearly loved by his children. God bless my father, and God bless America.



NavyLt. Bantee Hall Instructor Pilot @ VT-10
By Capt C.Derek Campbell, U.S. Marine Corps, Quantico, VA
Bantee, I hated to here the news about your early demise. You of all people, should not have suffered such a terrible fate. But like a true aviator I know you would not have wanted to leave this earth any other way. You had an awesome career. Bravo Zulu to you. Myself and the rest of the guys will always keep your family in our prayers. Rick, Bo, Jon, Rich B., K.G., and myself wish a fine Navy/Marine Corps afterlife. Fair Winds and following seas my friend. P.S.: Thanks for all the great parties and good times in Pensacola. You made it all worthwhile.



POW/MIAAir Force Donald J. Hall
By Jack H. Cloud, U. S. Army 1966-1969, Tulsa, OK
E5 Stroud, OK 02-06-67



MarinePFC Gary L. Hall
By Ralph L. Dettwiler, Grand Rapids, MI USA
Thank you for serving our country. It is the selfless commitment of men and women like you that bought our freedom and continues to pay the price to keep us free. You put a face on the motto; Semper Fi!
Date of Loss: 15 May 1975. During the rescue attempt of the crew from the MAYAGUEZ the island of Koh Tang, a small five-mile long island about 35 miles off the coast of Cambodia, was assaulted. It was believed that the crew was being held there. The Marines came under heavy Cambodian fire. The crew was not found on the island and the Marines were evacuated. Protecting the perimeter during the final evacuation was the machine gun squad of PFC Gary L. Hall, Lcpl. Joseph N. Hargrove and Pvt. Danny G. Marshall. They had run out of ammunition and were ordered to evacuate on the last helicopter. It was their last contact. Maj. McNemar and Maj. James H. Davis made a final sweep of the beach before boarding the helicopter and were unable to locate them. They were declared Missing in Action.




Air ForceRobert Wesley Hall
By Linda Shareen Taylor, Orlando, Florida
My father served in the Korean War as a flight line mechanic. Often my father and his twin brother Francis Carroll Hall would have to work for up to 72 hours at a time to keep the planes in flight. I Love You Dad and Uncle Francis for your heroism and dedication. I miss you both dearly.



ArmyCarl Halverson 1905 - 1997
By Melissa Baldan, SD, CA USA
Although I didn't know you well, you are spoke of often by my Mother. You gave her your part of history, and she shares it with us. You did not have children of your own, but my Grandfather, Len, loved you so much, you could have been his Dad. We found a letter he sent to you during W.W.II, and you kept it all these years. That shows the love shared between you. Thank-you for your kindness and your smiles. Bless you and all members of the Military Service.



ArmySFC Dick D. Hamilton US Army 11th ARMD CAV.
By Gordon Beal, China Spring,TX USA
You will always be remembered. Because of you I live.



ArmyHollis T. Hamilton
By Don Hamilton, Georgetown, TN USA
184 Inf US Army killed in the Marshall Islands in Feb 1944 my father was quite a guy (I am told ) you see I was 6 weeks old when he was killed he was buried in the islands so I have never had the opportunity to visit his grave. I am having trouble finding out where he was buried on the islands. If someone reading this or remembers serving with him it would be great to hear from them. If I can get the info I need I want to visit the Marshall Islands this summer and my fathers grave and just tell him how proud I am of him. And honor him as none of his family never stood by his grave to honor him with a prayer and say thanks Dad for giving me life and dying for this country.An some whose your life and death never touched. Then mabye this emptiness in my heart can be soothed. I love you Dad even though I never saw you or you me. Your son Don MRNOPONEVALLEY@aol.com



ArmyWallace Hamilton
By Betty Jane Freeport, FL USA
This is in memory of my dad, Wallace Hamilton who was and Army Ranger Medic in WW2 and also served In the Korean War. He never told us too much... but I'll always remember what he said "I hope my children or grandchildren never have to see or do what I did". He served his country proudly, and was glad to do it. We lost my daddy on September 13, 1999 of brain cancer, he fought a tough fight on D-Day and gave the best he had his last three months. I miss you dad. Love Betty Jane



ArmyWilliam George Hammerle
By Carol Warner, Orange, CA USA
To my beloved brother who died at 21 years old. He loved the United States of America and we all love him.



Army Jason W. Hampshire
By Sandra Hampshire, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Sadly Missed, Never Forgotten, Forever in Our Hearts



Army John R Hammock
By James Primeaux, Cleveland, Tx
1st Infantry Div. D-Day invasion WWII



NavyJohn Hancock
By Anonymous
Served in the U.S. Navy during WW2. He was a pilot flying off the U.S.S. Yorktown. He was killed in action. Gone, but not forgotten.



Marine Pfc. Robert M. Handly
By Kay Handly Norman, Lake Havasu City, AZ
In honor of my father, Pfc. Robert M. Handly, who served with the 4th Marine Air Wing, on Guam, Tinian, and Iwo Jima during World War II. He passed away in October 2005. He was a good man in every respect.



MarineSgt. Thomas (Tu-Tone) Handwork
By Larry Glenn Lacy (SSgt. ret.), Shamrock, TX USA
Served on MSG duty together in Hamburg, Germany. He was then transferred to San Salvador, El Sal. shortly after arrival, Tom along with other Marine Security Guards were gunned down at an outdoor cafe. Miss you much. Semper Fi



ArmySgt. Kenneth L. Hannah Sr. [1928-1998]
By Pamela Wilkerson, Belvidere, TN USA
He servered in the Army for 27 years. My dad died in November of 1998. If tears were sidewalks, heartaches were roadways, I would walk right up to heaven and bring you home again. My dad was Army all the way, he raised his 4 children to respect and honor was the way of life. My parents were married for 53 years. He is very sadly missed.



ArmyJames Jay Hannon
By Judith A Zecckine, Milton, FL USA
A veteran in regular Army with rank of Pvt served from August 20, 1943 to September 11, 1945. Re-enlisted same rank and served regular Army from June 24, 1948 until November 20, 1952. Awarded three bronze stars, two purple hearts and several other medals. Temporarily blinded while defusing a land mind. Operated as a member of construction crew in European Theatre of Operations. Was in demolitions and road/construction. He was with the 348th Combat Engineers and the Pioneers. He served his country and is buried in an unmarked grave in Wenatchee, Washington. Thank you Dad for the sacrifices that you made. I wish I had known you.



MarineJoseph B. Hannon 6th Marines
By David Beckley, Cranston, RI USA
Fought in Okinawa April-July,1945 and Chineese occupation. Uncle Joe, Your children honnor you by putting your name on this memorial page. And I honnor you by being able to do this for them. "Once a Marine, always a Marine." Rest in peace.



NavyDavid Hans
By Rob Hans, Palm Beach, FL USA
"He served with pride in WWII he was a great Father and a great friend he will be missed"



Army Alfred Hanson 306th Infantry, of the 77th Division
By Shane E. Olson, Halma-Lake Bronson SAL Post Commander, MN USA
Alfred Hanson of Karlstad, MN, KIA 01 Oct 1918, in the Argonne Forest. Recently a movie called "The Lost Battalion" was made about this battle... Alfred was part of this battle. Alfred is buried at: Plot G Row 26 Grave 14 at the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery in Romagne, France. Alfred is honored during "Call the Roll" at the Karlstad American Legion Post #445 Memorial Day service. "Let us dedicate ourselves to the task of carrying on that those whom we honor shall not have died in vain."



ArmyWarner R. Hanson
By Charidy Bell, EAFB, SD USA
Warner was in the 35th Infantry Division, 1942-1945, in World War II. He was discharged because of frostbite. Grandpa was the sweetest man I've ever known. I miss you everyday, Grandpa! I Love You and someday I will see you again in heaven!



Air ForceRichard A. Harder
By Dorothy Colgate, Portland, OR USA
Richard A. Harder, better known as "The Bagger", left us in November, 1996. He spent his life saving others as a member of the 304th Rescue Squadron, 939th Rescue Wing, Portland, OR, and as a paramedic with the City of Portland Fire Department. He was first and foremost, after being a husband and father, a pararescueman or PJ as they are better known. He got his nickname "The Bagger" because as a PJ he was sent out on mission after mission without finding a survivor. That didn't dampen his desire or determination. There are many, many people who wouldn't be here today if it weren't for him. He was honored over and over not only by the military, but also by the civilian community. He was instrumental in finding the Espicopal students lost on Mt Hood, he participated in rescuing people during the Mt. St. Helens volcano eruption. Those who stop at the visitors center to watch the eruption in the big screen theatre will see his picture on the walls. He was a true humanita! rian, a dear friend, a loving father and husband to his wife Diane and his children. He is definitely missed by all of us. I miss him stopping by to see me, he would sit down and say "Hi darlin, tell me a story". Bagger, we all love and miss you and hope you are telling your tales in Heaven.

A Dear Friend,
Dottie Colgate




MarinePOW/MIAJoseph Nelson Hargrove
By Ralph Dettwiler, Grand Rapids, MI, USA
Thank you for serving our country. It is the selfless commitment of men and women like you that bought our freedom and continues to pay the price to keep us free. You put a face on the motto; Semper Fi!
Date of Loss: 15 May 1975. During the rescue attempt of the crew from the MAYAGUEZ the island of Koh Tang, a small five-mile long island about 35 miles off the coast of Cambodia, was assaulted. It was believed that the crew was being held there. The Marines came under heavy Cambodian fire. The crew was not found on the island and the Marines were evacuated. Protecting the perimeter during the final evacuation was the machine gun squad of PFC Gary L. Hall, Lcpl. Joseph N. Hargrove and Pvt. Danny G. Marshall. They had run out of ammunition and were ordered to evacuate on the last helicopter. It was their last contact. Maj. McNemar and Maj. James H. Davis made a final sweep of the beach before boarding the helicopter and were unable to locate them. They were declared Missing in Action.

Rank/Branch: E3/US Marine Corps
Unit: F BLT/2nd Battalion, 9th Marines, 3rd Marine Division
Date of Birth: 15 May 1951
Home City of Record: Mt. Olive NC
Date of Loss: 15 May 1975
Country of Loss: Cambodia/Over Water
Loss Coordinates: 101800N 1030830E (TS960400)
Status (in 1973): Missing in Action
Category: 2
Aircraft/Vehicle/Ground: Ground






ArmyElmer Harju
By Kris Griesback, Salem, OR USA
This is for my dear father who served in the Korean War. How I loved him and miss him. When he passed away I moved away from my hometown to Salem, OR in which I currently am dedicating my career to veterans.



ArmyVernon John Harms
By Jeanine Harms, Sturgis, South Dakota
Served during WWII in the US Army, received a purple heart.



ArmyIrene Joyce (Conrad) Harms
By Jeanine Harms, Sturgis, South Dakota
Served as a nurse in the US Army during WWII.



Army Major David Alan Harrell
By Christina M. Utsler, Aurora, Colorado
You are so very respected and loved. You leave a place in our lives that no one else will be able to fill.



Army1Sgt Samuel M. Harrell KIA 3/15/71
By William "Bill" Kimbrell, Walhalla, SC USA
In Honor of All My Fallen Brothers. Thank you for your ultimate "Jungle Cut."

Brothers Forever,
Bill




Marine Sgt Gerard H Harris
By Allan Hobbs, Dallas, PA
Passed away Oct 16,2007-a good friend and a marine to the end.



ArmySp-4 James B. Harris KIA 4/24/71
By William "Bill" Kimbrell, Walhalla, SC USA
In Honor of All My Fallen Brothers. Thank you for your ultimate "Jungle Cut."

Brothers Forever,
Bill




Army Jonathan Christopher Harris
By Tracy Harris
Served in Dessert Storm. He was born 03/23/1971, and passed away on 11/18/2008.



ArmyNorris A. Harris
By Chad Harris, Monmouth, ME USA
Even though you are not here with us, You are not forgotten. All of us in the Family miss you dearly. We all wish you were here to see everything that we have accomplished. All the grandchildren you have, The 2 boys that have grown to be men, The loving and devoted wife that you have left behind. We know you are watching over all of us. We love you.



Army Alanson Leroy Harrison
By Adam Harrison, Canton, Michigan
This is in loving memory of my dad who has tough me so much about loving my country I will always remember you and someday teach my kids the same love.



Marine Chester Dean Harrison
By Larry Stanley
Marine Corps veteran,died at age 37 on Aug.13,1998,the result of a mining accident.He was a resident of Turkey Creek,PIke Co.,Ky.Buried Maynard Cemetery,Piso,Pike Co.,KY.



ArmyRobert M. Harrison
By Wesley Harrison, Redding, CA USA
In memory of my father, who I will never know.



Air ForceTsgt Sherman Doyal Harrison
By Douglas Doyal Harrison, Highlands, Texas
You made it through Vietnam with barely a scratch. However you were taken from us by a drunk driver in Guam. Your kids miss you!!



ArmyDavid J. Hartig
By Joseph D. Thomas, Killeen, TX USA
My dad faught in the war and excaped with no wounds. But he passed away in 1987 with cancer.



Air Force William D. Hart
By Michael Lovett USN, Clarksville, TN
My grandfather taught all of his children and grandchildren to serve our great country. We have members and veterans in each service, even the Coast Guard. Thanks Grandpa, We are proud to have served.



ArmyHoward L. Hartsock Jr.
By Steve Hartsock, Duluth, MN USA
From Pear Harbor to Guadacanal, Dad fought in the Phillipines until bayonetted on Villa Da Villa, back to the states and then a transfer to Europe in time for the Battle of the Bulge where he was wounded again. He will be greatly missed by all of us. Two Purple Hearts, Two Bronze Stars, Two Combat Infranty Badges. He taught us the meaning of the flag.



Marine Capt. Michael S. Haskell
By Peter Corning, Phoenix, AZ., USA
Died Oct-23-1983 in the Beirut, Lebanon Marine Barracks Compound bombing while serving as a "Peacekeeper". One of 241 Marines and armed forces personnel to give their lives that day. Now, almost 20 years later you are thought of often and your sacrifice is not forgotten. My father recently passed and one of my enduring memories of him is how utterly devastated he was when we found out that Michael had died in the bombing. Michael had previously served as a Drill Sergeant at Parris Island making and molding young men into Marines and was a career Marine. Your potential never fully realized but you left an indelible, honorable and unforgettable mark in your short time here. "When the Army and Navy get to the gates of Heaven they will find that the streets are guarded by United States Marines." Semper Fi, Michael.



NavyVernie Earl Hasty U.S.S Maryland
By Cody and Jess Hasty, Stuart, Iowa
Our Grandpa Hasty died on December 3rd, 2001. He always loved telling stories about the Navy and the friends he met, this is in memory of him... We love you and miss you Grandpa!!



MarineGySgt Carlos N. Hathcock II
By UT1 Mark P. McAndrew, Atlas, PA USA
Gunny Hathcock was a Top Marine Sniper. He plied his trade to the best of his ability, so others may live. As a shooter in competition he was one of the greatest. Not only in his winning ways, but in his actions with other shooters. While competing himself, he also taught younger shooters. Gunny Hathcock will be missed by all those he came in contact with, but will never be forgotten. For he has left his mark on the shooting world. And on the Marine Corp itself.



MarineLT. Alonzo Newton Hathway
By Merilee McClanahan, Nevada, IA USA
He flew an aircraft called the Gruman Avenger. His plane was lost over Rabaul New Britain in 1944. I have just begun to research this, and am hoping to find out something about him. Because he was never found, my great-grandmother grieved for him until the day she died. I would like his name posted as a tribute to the bond they shared.

My name is Winston Wilson and I have information about Lt. Hathway. My uncle served with him and was in the plane when they went down. Please contact me and I will give you the information.




Army SST.James C Haugh
By Angie Searcy, Terre Haute IN
Jimmy you are sadly and deeply missed every day that we continue to be on this earth without you.On March 27th 2005 it will be 37 years without you and it never gets any easier. I think of you each and every day.You are a very special and brave soldier,not only highly respected by your family,but also by the many brave men that served by your side. Love and miss you, Your niece, Angie
If you knew James Haugh or even if you didn't and would like to email me, I would love to hear from you! Thanks, nightshift1st@aol.com




ArmyJames Curtis Haugh
By SSG Chuck Norris, USA
In Memory of Staff Sergeant James Curtis Haugh of Terre Haute, Indiana. Army Airborne Ranger, Long Range Reconnaissance Platoon Hq & Hq Company, 1st Bn 35th Inf. 1966.

Date of birth: 1-4-42
Date of Death: 3-27-68 South Vietnam

Jimmy, I have not forgotten you all these years. I owe my life to you for what you did that rainy night near the Cambodian border in 1966 when you came to the aid of myself and two of my men, all of us wounded and pinned down. We would not be here today had it not been for your bravery. I later found out that you were killed on your 2nd tour in 1968. When I returned home from Vietnam, I planted a small Pine Tree in my front yard in 1969 as a memorial to you and the brave men of our Recon Platoon who gave their lives in order that others might live. The tree is now over 30 feet tall and is the most beautiful tree in my yard. Every time I look at it I remember you and the others. I went to see your Mother and Sister in Terre Haute about 10 years ago. They are very proud of you and miss you dearly. Jimmy, you will never be forgotten as long as I live nor as long as the Pine Tree lives in your honor. Rest in peace Gallant Soldier and maybe some day we will meet again in the hereafter and resume our friendship. SSG Chuck Norris Recon. Platoon HHC 1/35 Inf.




ArmyCol. Edwen Hawes
By Carter Endsley, Houston, TX USA
It is my honor to honor my Uncle, Col. Ed Hawes, USAAF, Souadran Comander of a B-25 Bomber Squadran in WWII. Killed in action near Okanawa on a low level bomb run on a Japanese ship. Just a few days before VJ-Day. He loved life, his wife and two sons, and was an inspiration to all who knew him. A respected leader, kind, considerate and popular. Always had a smile and a twinkle in his eye.



Air ForceEric Hawkins
By Laura Spangler, Taunton, MA USA
Eric you were only 19 when you died in Germany. god must have really needed a special person. because I lost one hell of a friend. I will always love you and keep you in my heart. I will see you again someday on our stairway to heaven.



ArmyVincent Robet Hayden Jr.
By Shawn HAyden, Allen, TX USA
This was my dads father. I never met him but I always wanted to dedicate something in his memory. I wish I had got to meet him. He brought up a good son (my Dad).



MarineJames Harris Haywood
By Athena M. Patenaude, Cape Vincent, NY USA
James Harris Haywood was born 8 May 1929 Flint, Michigan and passed May 12, 2000 Amarillo, Texas. He was the father of Belinda Sue Haywood, James Robbin Haywood, William Randolph Haywood and Kenneth Wayne Haywood whom to the day he passed held deep and dear in his heart though it had been many years since he had last seen his children. Should they see this it is important for them to know that he tried to find you and he always loved you. He was also the step-father to myself, Normand Marc, and Karen Gaye. We never saw him as a step-father for he taught, loved, supported and gave his all to each of the three of us; being a caring father and friend to us. He spoke briefly of his service in the Marine Corp. but there was always the Marine shining through in discipline and organization. He is indeed sorely missed and loved and I know he can never be replaced in any one of our hearts. Our mother still carries him with her each day and loves him as though her friend, companion and confidant were still here. If anyone recognizes his name and wants to know about the past few years please contact me at capnlady1@yahoo.com or my mother at grhaywoo@earthlink.net.



Army 1st. Lt. Richard Lane Hazel
By George Hazel, Bonita Springs, Florida
Richard enlisted in the army in 1930. He worked his way up through the ranks to first lieutenant. In 1944 while stationed in China Richard was traveling in a convoy that came under attacked by jap planes. After the attacked richard could not be found, so the army listed him as MIA. Then in june of 45, he declared KIA. Richard was awarded the purple heart and the bronze star. All i have to remember by are a few photos and only some military records. I am very proud of my dad and am trying to keep his memory alive.



MarineRichard Karl Healy
By Steven S. Healy, Turner, ME USA
Served his country in Korea, 1951-53
Passed away 3/25/87 Always missed.
By his children, Steven, David, Kathryn, & Lawrence




Army John S. Heath
By Larry Stanley
"Spanish American War" Army vet., born Sept.12, 1875, died May 17, 1959. John married Ollie Trout.



Navy LeRoy L. Heckerman
By Patricia Heckerman, Raritan, NJ
Served in WW2 on the U.S.S. Coral Sea. Died at home Oct. 31, 2005 at the age of 76. He is survived by his wife Patricia Heckerman, 7 children, 19 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. We will always miss him.



ArmySgt. Charles Theodore ("Tom") Heggemeier
By Trilva J. (Heggemeier) Sons, Morgantown, IN USA
Proud Soldier of the U.S. Army's First Calvary Division - Hometown: Madison, Kansas - I really miss you Daddy....



Army Randy Reed Hecox
By Alice Isabell, Harrisonville, MO
Oh how I miss my military guy. He was handsome and so caring and tender hearted.He served his country well in the war and did time in the guards after he got out of the army he loved germany.He loved to dance and work on his remote control cars and race car as well. He was learning to play the drums by ear. He was 30 when we lost him he was my youngest son. Capricorn being born in January like his mom and sis. He was born in Naperville, Illinois and raise on a farm in missouri and he loved the country life. We will always have a missing part of us gone from our hearts now.I feel his presense around me on some days. He left so many un answered questions. Why? No closure? We miss you our randy pete.



ArmySgt. Paul Heggemeier
By Trilva (Heggemeier) Sons, Morgantown, IN USA
Died in the Death March of Bataan. Hometown: Madison, Kansas



ArmyReese Wayne Heights
By Roy Perdue
His smile has always kept memories of him alive.. his duty to his country will always let us know what freedom is about. IF anyone knew him and could help me. I am the only living person in family. Would like to know where he was buried. All I iknow is he was killed in St.Lo, Italy in 1944 E-mail me



Army PFC (SPC posthumously promoted) Charles Thomas Heinlein Jr.
By Amber Riley, Saginaw, MI
I don't really know what to say here. He was loved dearly by every single person to ever meet him. He will be greatly missed.



MarineSgt. Maj. Frederick Heinzel
By Maj. Kenneth G. Magloughlin, Brainerd, MN USA
Husband, Father, Grandfather, friend and always a Marine, you will always be missed.



ArmyDuane Kenneth Heiser PFC
By Timothy Guy, Winter Springs, FL USA
Army 1st Infantry Division Bien Hoa
Born on Mar 01, 1947 - Buffalo, N.Y.
Died on March 15, 1966 at Bien Hoa.
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ArmyCPT Edwin Heisse KIA 4/24/71
By William "Bill" Kimbrell, Walhalla, SC USA
In Honor of All My Fallen Brothers. Thank you for your ultimate "Jungle Cut."

Brothers Forever,
Bill




Air Force 1st Lt. Joseph Dennis Helton
By Aleisha Padgett, Winder, GA
In May 2007, 1st Lt. Joseph Helton received his commission from the U.S. Air Force Academy. He didn't become a pilot, but a "ground punder." 1st Lt. Helton volunteered for a mission with the police transition team in November 2008. On September 8, 2009, 1st Lt. Helton, 24, was killed in action while on a mission near Baghdad. An improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle. He is the first soldier to get killed in action in the police transition team.



Army Sgt. Alvin H. Henderson
By Don Jolliff, Oklahoma City, OK
Sgt. Alvin was killed September 18, 1944 while serving in Holland with the 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division during Operation Market Garden. Reburied January 1949 in Memorial Park, Edmond, OK.



ArmyCharles Henderson
By Anonymous
A wonderful loving man who served his country well. He served in the U.S. Army during WW1. He was my grandfather, and I will always remember him with love.



ArmySteven Ray "Doc" Henderson
By Bobby Richardson, Leonard, Texas
Steve Henderson, "Doc" to his buddies, passed away early this morning from kidney failure caused by old wounds, both psychological and physical, suffered 31 years ago in a mortar attack. "Doc," awarded the Silver Star, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and several other citations, had a lot more good days than bad since May 25th, 1970, the day he lost an eye and much of his right forehead in a mortar attack. He fought the good fight and lived life to the fullest. He was 50 years old.



ArmySgt Maj Van L Hendricks
By Denise Brunson, Orlando, FL USA
Hendrick's serviced 23 yrs with the U. S. Army Rangers. Served most of that time as a Ranger Instructor. Born 10/4/53 Died 10/6/96. He will always be remembered, by friends & family.



ArmyWilder L. Hendricks
By Malva J. Hendricks DeForest, Niles, MI USA
Dad I was only two years old when you where killed in action in Germany during World War II, I never got to know you, you you will always be on my mind and in my heart,as your remains have never been found and I will always love you and will see you again in heaven. Your loving daughter, Malva



Marine William B Hendrickson III
By Marshall Walsh
Marine veteran of Viet Nam,served 2 tours, and returned in '73, so damaged, was only able to spend less than a week in the "world". He lived the last 3 years of his life in Miami Veterans Hospital, and passed away in '76. Your little bro here, I never knew you, but will always remember you. Your love for Country, Family and Freedom will always inspire. Thank you.. Semper Fi



ArmyDavid Henry Viet Nam
By James Schramm, Round Rock, TX USA
For a friend who gave it all to his country



Air ForceSMS Ronnie L. Hensley
By Marie Johnson, Montgomery, AL USA
This is a true hero. This is my hero.



ArmyWalter J. Herald
By Rosemarie Sweener, Troy, NY USA
Dad was a veteren of Korean War, he never really talked much about all he went through but I do know one thing he was proud to fight for his Country. Dad died on Venterens Day. November 11,1992. I am very proud to be his daughter and proud of all he did in his life.



MarineLCpl Andrew Hernandez
By Ron McCormick, Fruitland Park, FL USA
I will never forget you guys. 1/5 Marines and Corpman who died March 20, 1989 near Pohang, Korea.



POW/MIAJames W. Herrick
By John Sweet, Seabrook, NH USA
Jim left in his Skyraider from the 602 Special Operations Squadron at NKP (Naknom Phanom RTAFB) in October 1969 and headed over the trails on a mission in central Laos. He never returned home to his loved ones, but he will always be remembered. Visit the web site of The Thailand-Laos-Cambodia Brotherhood and view the pictures of Jim in his Skyraider and NKP and hundreds of other pictures. Together we are making a difference even today.

Brothers Forever




ArmyPFC Mason H Herrin
By Emma Vinson, Wells, TX USA
My father Mason H Herrin 35840958 was KIA in WW2. He was in 134th INF, 35th DIV,3rd Army, CO A. He was killed some where around Nancy France Sept 21,1944 I was born 3 months later on Dec. 20, 1944. I grew up without a father and wish I could have known him. I Would like to say, if you have a father no matter what never forget to tell him that you love him, tell him every day because you may look around and find him gone, never to return. Keep this page going it is great. GOD BLESS YOU AND ALL FAMILIES WHO LOST LOVE ONES TO WAR. EMMA HERRIN VINSON



ArmyWalter H. Herrin
By Chris Fortson Alachua, FL USA
My Dad died March 8, 2000 from chemicals (a-orange)and he left us... We loved him so much, we miss him.. He made our Mom feel alive again. And after two short years, she is alone again... Even though he wasn't our real Dad we couldn't have loved him anymore.... He was a retired Sargent E-8 from the Army. He served 21 1/2 years and went to Korea 2 times, and was in Vietnam 2 times . He also was shot, but God brought him out alive and gave him happiness with a beautiful wife and 4 addittional children who all loved and still love and miss him... We love you very much ...

Love always, Glenda your Wife,
Renee, Chris, Bill, and Teresa your Chilren




ArmySp-4 David O. Hershiser KIA 1/4/69
By William "Bill" Kimbrell, Walhalla, SC USA
In Honor of All My Fallen Brothers. Thank you for your ultimate "Jungle Cut."

Brothers Forever,
Bill




Marine Joseph J. Hess, Jr.
By Dorsey Stephens, Overland Park, KS
In loving memory of my dad who was a Marine who served in Guadacanal during WWII. He died at age 82 in 2003. Rest in peace, Daddy. I will miss you always.



Marine Officer Michael T. Hester
By Chris Hester, Winder, GA
Killed in the line of duty 4-19-1994, a proud Marine til the end, my younger brother and hero. Miss you always your family and friends.



ArmyPaul C. Heston
By Brian Hallman, Langhorne, PA USA
Pop-Pop you were a great man and a very loving husband, father, and grandfather. You were always kind and in good spirits. You taught me so many things and fascinated me in so many ways. You were an overall good person and served this country well earning a Purple Heart and 6 bronze stars. To me you definitly died to early. I am only 14 and can't remember you from when i was younger. You had a great sense of humor and were very smart. But yet i don't know all that much of you concerning the war i was never told what you were like during the war which i am attempting to find out and never heard from you too many stories of the war because you were a proud man and never bragged of your oh so great accomplichment from the entire family and i want you to know we love you Pop-Pop.

Love Brian and the Family




Marine Frank L. Hiatt
By Anonymous
replacement regiment, invasion of japan, indianapolis, indiana



ArmyJoshua Hickman
By Rita Susan McIntosh McBride, Talihina, OK USA
You gave your football letter jacket to your cousin and my classmate, Earlene Hickman, to keep for you when you left for Viet Nam because you did not think you would make it back home, and you didn't.



ArmyJeffrey Lynn Hicks
By Cindy Neuenschwander McDaniel, Appleton City, MO USA
Your family loves you and will remember you always.



MarineForest G. "Rusty" Highland USMC 1970
By Dave J. Betti/Corporal, USMC 1970
Over thirty years ago you died, you saved the lives of probably over ten brothers who were there that day. You had the California look and you were from Massillion, Ohio! I don't know how you did it, but you did. There isn't a day that does not go by that I not think of you, or what happened, it could have been prevented, but it wasn't, and you gave the ultimate sacrifice! I talked with your mother and sister a few years ago, and told them what had happened, the truth, you are a HERO! If I could replace you with me, I would in a heart beat, you deserved a lot more than a lot of us today! God speed my friend, one day I will not hurt anymore either!



MarineRichard R. Higuera
By Ron Higuera, Parachute, CO USA
A loving son, brother and friend. My hero. A land mine failed to kill him or his spirit. He lived life to the fullest and never gave up. I am proud to call him my brother. A marine to the end. With open arms Jesus took you home with Him. SEMPER FI bro.



POW/MIASSgt Billy David Hill
By Frank Bachman, Reno, NV USA
Missing In Action 1968 South Vietnam.
Date Of Loss 21 January 1968
Billy was a doorgunner and was lost in a crash in South VietNam. May he soon come home, and until then let the candle burn bright!




MarineGary Hill
By Leslie E Harvey, SFC Army Ret, Fairbanks, AK USA
I never Knew that the 7th of Dec 67 would be our last day on American soil as young boys only to return as a old man. The Good Lord will always keep you in his arms. Les



ArmyGertrude (Tooie) Dawson Hill Army Air Corps-Medevac Nurse
By Candace Cleary, Lawrenceburg, KY
My Mom... one of the flying nurses. A member of the crew lost in Albania behind enemy lines in WW2. She went home 2-16-02 at 87 years old. Good, strong, Christian woman.



Navy Chief Howard D. Hill
By Carolyn Hill, Faribault, MN
My Daddy, my hero served 20 years in the Navy. He passed away Dec 16th 08 from asbestos. I miss and love him so much every day and always will. Daddy I love you so much. I will try to still make you proud - love your little girl.



Army 1stLT Joseph Hillman 506th Infantry Div. 101st Airborne Div.
By Steven Hillman (brother) Piedmont, Alabama and Danny Little (friend) Silvercreek, Georgia
"gone but not forgotten"



Army Private Robert Goodale Hilton
By Laurence Hilton
Bronze Star; Purple Heart, Glider Assault 57mm anti-tank gunner, 101st Airborne Division Screaming Eagles, 81st Anti-tank Battalion/"B" Battery, D-Day June 6, 1944: Mission Chicago 4:15 AM glider assault night landing behind Utah Beach, Operation Market Garden September to December 1944: Glider assault; 73 days of combat in Holland, Battle of the Bulge: December 18, 1944-January 4, 1945
Killed in action, January 4, 1945 at Bastogne, Belgium
"Dear Brother Bob, We honor your memory and your sacrifice for freedom. All seven of your brothers and sisters are still alive in 2004 and we think of you and miss you in this the 60th Anniversary year of D-Day."
Sisters: Janet Hult, Lou Jean (Judy) Moss, Joanne Brenner and Marney Zambrano
Brothers: Don Kieth (Joe) Hilton, Clifford Hilton and Laurence Hilton




Army Robert Thomas Hlavin
By Audrey J. (Hlavin) Stanley, Adrian Twp., MI
Born Jan. 20, 1915, Cleveland, Oh., son of Vincent F. and Louise J. (Paryzek) Hlavin, died June 11, 2006, Largo, Fl. Captain 37th Division, U.S. Army, specialty field artillery, but instead served on the general staff of Major General Robert S. Beightler, who took the surrender of the Japanese in the Phiiphines WW II. Called to duty Feb.8, 1941, went to the Pacific May 1942, discharged Dec.1945. He was Assistant Chief of Staff,Logistics Officer. He designed plans to provide resources to support the tactics of combat forces at Northern Solomons, Northern Philippines (Luzon) and New Guinea. Awarded Bronze Star, 1 Oak Leaf Cluster,American Defense Ribbon,Pacific Theater Ribbon, 3 Battle Stars, Philippine Liberation Ribbon with Battle Star. Before and after WW II Bob was a chemical engineer,educated at Case Western, Cleveland. Father of three.



MarinesRichard Hodson
By Victoria Lane, Richlands, NC USA
Gramps, not a day goes bye that we don't miss you. I know Jim wishes you were still with him. Gramps watch over him, he still needs you. He loves you so much. I love you too.
Love, Vikki




ArmyRonald L. Hofelich
By Donna Hofelich, Warwick, RI USA
IN MEMORY OF SGT. RONALD L. HOFELICH 2/19/41-8/23/95, Drill Sargeant, Company C Tenth Battalion, Second Brigade



Army John (jack) Hoffner
By Aaron Hoffner, Massillon, OH
My uncle Jack was drafted and served in vietnam, was laid to rest on 22 march 2008. He was proud of being in the army and serving in vietnam. He loved telling stories about his army days however he never talked about vietnam!



MarineRonald Hogle
By Sharon Boyd, Shrewsbury, PA USA
I felt very blessed when you returned home safely from Viet Nam. You were always so proud to be a Marine and I couldn't have been more proud to be your sister. When the nightmares of what you had endured became more than you could bear you left us on a warm sunny day in Sept. 1992. I didn't get to say goodbye or to tell you how much our times spent together talking and laughing meant to me but I know you are at peace and that you know how much I love and miss you. We will someday be able to laugh together again. You are always with me.



Army2nd. Lt Wallace Harlan Hoke
By Jim Payne
Born 3/5/1920 Died last training mission out of Kelly Field, TX, piloting B-17 in thunderstorm over Logan, NM July 17, 1943. Native of Allen County, Kansas. Decorated with Air Medal, American Defense and American Campaign



Army Henry Morgan Holbrook
By Larry Stanley,Adrian Twp.,MI.
Captain U.S. Army,WW I,was in Brandorf,Germany about 1918.Henry was a school teacher before and after the war.He was born Aug.30,1892 in Letcher Co.,KY.,died Jan.8,1980.He was son of Jason Lewis Holbrook and America Morgan.



POW/MIAAir Force Elmer Larry Holden
By Jack H. Cloud, U. S. Army 1966-1969, Tulsa, OK
E5 Oklahoma City, OK 06-09-68



ArmyLeland L. Holland
By Cindy Alexander
My uncle served his country in the Korean War, he was killed in action but I'm not sure what infantary he was in. So if anyone who served with my uncle or knows this name please email me at susieq_38829@yahoo.com. Thank you.



ArmyWilliam (Wild Bill) Holland
By David Herman Holland, Phila, PA USA
Though we never knew you, you still live on in our hearts, through you I am Honored & proud to be a Holland



ArmyJerry Lee Holley Sr.
By Timothy Holley, Columbus, IN USA
Jerry Lee Holley Sr. Served as a gunner on Jolly Green giant. In the last months of of his tour in Vietnam in the late sixties he recieved exposure to Agent Orange, and developded tumors which eventually lead to his death. While in Vietnam he saved the life of his comanding officer after the chopper went down near Phu Bi. He recieved recieved severe wounds, and also recieved a silver star. Thanks Uncle Jerry. We love you, and you are missed.



NavyMarine Robert F. Holman
By Dennis Holman (Son), Brandon, Vermont
It is with great sorrow that I announce the passing of Veteran Robert F. Holman of East Bridgewater, MA. Dad died in October of 2003 after a four year battle with cancer at the age of 78. Dad was a W.W.II Veteran serving in the U.S.N. maintaining those famous 5 inch guns. He survived being swept overboard and 3 torpedo hits from German U boats. He also serve in the U.S.M.C. during Korea as a Corsair Pilot. God bless Dad and all Veterans that read this.



MarinesLance Corporal Ray Earl Hombel
By Joe Woloszanski, Kutztown, PA USA
In memory of Lance Corporal Ray Earl Hombel KIA in Quang Nam Province on August 12, 1969.



Navy Milo Steven Homstad Engineman Third Class
By Shane E. Olson, Halma-Lake Bronson SAL Post Commander, MN USA
Let us not forget Milo Steven Homstad, of Lake Bronson, MN, who was born Feb. 11 1947. A casualty of the Vietnam War being KIA, July 4, 1968, Quang Nam, South Vietnam. Milo is listed on panel 53W, line 010 of the Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. He served our country for one year. Milo is honored during "Call the Roll" at the Halma-Lake Bronson American Legion Post #315 Memorial Day service. "Let us dedicate ourselves to the task of carrying on that those whom we honor shall not have died in vain."



Marine Carlton Harvey Hood
By Becky Smith, Barnesville, Ga.
Always remembering and keeping in our hearts forever Carlton Harvey Hood. You are forever and always in my heart. Even though we never got the opportunity to meet, you are truly my hero. You were only 19 when you were killed in Vietnam. Now I am 19 and joined the Marines. It is my turn. I will finish walking the path for you. I thank you from the very bottom of my heart! I love you so very much! Semper Fi!!



ArmyKeyran J "Spike" Hooley
By Jeffrey M. Hooley, Liverpool, NY USA
Dad, You were a great man and father. We all miss and love you. We will be together again.Sergeant U.S.Army WW II



ArmyMarion Hoover
By Ralph Dettwiler, Grand Rapids, MI USA
Served his country honorably.



ArmyWilbur E. Hoover
By Parke G. Hoover, Richmond, IN USA
Bill died October 19, 1999. He never spoke about his service in the South Pacific. He was a gentle person. Soldiering was not in his nature, but he served with honor.



National Guard Coast Guard Air Force Marine Navy Army Bob Hope
By All Grateful US Servicemen from World War II to the Gulf War
"Thanks for the Memories!" Where ever American servicemen were stationed, in war zones and out, Bob Hope would find them and entertain them. His Christmas tours brought hope and laughter to many lonily GI's all over the world. Thanks Bob!
Bob Hope was never in the Military. He tried to join during World War II, but the government told him, he would be of more help as an entertainer. He became an honorary member of all the branches of the service.




MarinesMGen John I. Hopkins
By 1stSgt Glen C. Saunders USMC, Haven, KS USA
"BIG JOHN" Was the reason and force that lent credence to: FIRST TO FIGHT FOR RIGHTS AND FREEDOM. His honor was not only clean it shined. Your spirit travels with me. Semper Fi old friend. Rest in peace.



Air ForceTSGT Keith W. Horn
By Doug Horn, Kansas City, MO USA
My father retired after 20 years of service in 1976. He served tours in England, North Africa, Italy and Vietnam. He was taken from us on 9-9-99, leaving a loving wife and 6 children. He dreamed of flying as a small boy on a Kansas farm and the thoughts of dancing on the clouds were in his heart on that the last day... We love you Daddy....



Air ForceFred Hornaman
By Amy Karsky, Halma, MN USA
My grandfather served in during Korean War time. A member of the VFW and the Aberdeen Legion Post. Passed away October 2000. We love you and miss you very, very much.



NavyJulion Harmon Horner
By Janice Horner, Port Charlotte, FL USA
He was in the Navy during the Korean conflict. He served on the USS Hornet. He was a disabled veteran for several years before he passed. He passed away after a short battle with pancreatic cancer on Oct 1, 2000. My message is that "I love you with all my heart. You were a wonderful husband, father, brother and grandpa. I miss you so much. Until we meet again my love you are always in my thoughts... Janice



Army Calvin G. Horton (Aug 17, '43 to Sep 3, '04)
By Mike Norman (Plt. Sgt. US Army), Lake Havasu City, AZ
Cal served in Germany during the Cold War, 1960-63, as tracked vehicle mechanic. He was a good friend and is sorely missed.



ArmyDwane Leon Horton August 6, 1939 - March 5, 2000
By Stacy Silliman - California
My Father retired from the US Army. He died leaving behind four children. He was a wonderful man. I will miss him very much.



ArmyCharles E. Hosking Jr.
By Bill Young, Eldorado, IL USA
Master Sergeant Charles Hosking Jr. Company A, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), 1st Special Forces was awarded the Medal of Honor for giving his life on March 21, 1967 to save the lives of 4 other men. M/Sgt. Hosking was preparing a Viet Cong prisoner for movement back to the base camp, the prisoner suddenly grabbed a hand grenade from M/Sgt Hosking's belt, armed the grenade and started running towards the company command group which consisted of 2 Americans and 2 Vietnamese who were standing only a few feet away. M/Sgt Hosking immediately leaped upon the Viet Cong's back, and grasped the Viet Cong in a "Bear Hug" forcing the grenade against the enemy soldier's chest. He wrestled the Viet Cong to the ground and covered the enemy's body with his body until the grenade detonated. He and the Viet Cong suspect were both instantly killed. By absorbing the full force of the exploding grenade with his body and that of the enemy, he saved the other members of his command group from death or serious injury.



MarineBen Howell
By Vic Harrison, Ivey, GA USA





ArmyMSgt. L. B. Howell
By M. D. Faith, Searcy, AR USA
L.B was a friend, Father to my daughter, and Son-in-law. He is missed and remembered with affection by all of us, He left this world with the honor of service to his country and family well performed. He directed fire for 3 sets of 50 caliber machine guns (with crews of 2 each) which were used for anti-aircraft combat. He was in action in New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, New Caledonia, and some of the islands in modern day Indonesia.He served in this area for almost 3 years---from late 1941 until late 1944.



Air ForceArmyRobert Frank Howland Sr.
By Robert F. Howland Jr., West Grove, PA former TSgt USAF & USAFR
Served in the 8th Army Air Force in WWII. He served from 1941 to 1944. He died on May 28 1970 at age 48. He was my father. He is still greatly missed by his two surviving sons and everyone who knew him to this day.He had always been proud of serving his country and was a flag waver to the end. His rank was Pfc. and he was from Elmira,New York and he is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Elmira, New York.



ArmyHershal "Roy" Hoy
By Eric Sarratt, Belton, Missouri
Roy was a veteran of both VietNam and Desert Storm. He was my father-in-laws best friend and he became my friend until his death. Good-Bye Roy, we miss you.



Air ForceCapt. David L. Hrdlicka
By Amanda Cole, Ft. Walton Beach, FL USA
Although I did not know you, I think of you often. You will never be forgotten.



ArmyPvt. Melvin T. Hubbard, US Army
By Ruth Hubbard Malone, Jasper, TN USA
I would like to honour My Father who died 10-09-46 in Memphis VA Hospital

He was used for Mustard Gas Experimentation by the US Army in W.W.II, and died as a result of the exposure. After being exposed in the US, he served 9 months in Europe with the 736th and the 194th Field Artillery. I Love you Daddy, and will always have you in my heart. I know you served your country, but why did it let us all down? Men should be treated as men, not animals, you did not complain, but we can't understand. How could they knowingly take the life of a Father, Husband and Son whose only mistake was to trust? You are still missed by your baby girl!




ArmyRalph J. Hubert, Sr.
By David Hubert, Savannah, GA USA
Ralph John Hubert Sr was the youngest son of John Michael Hubert and Theresa Baier. He was born in Buffalo, NY on March 3, 1912, and married Rose Ruffino. They had seven children. He served in the World War II with the 101st Airborne Division "Screaming Eagles" Paratroopers, 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment, 2nd Battalion. Now deceased since July 3, 1996, his occupations included blacksmith, lawman, commercial artist, bodyguard, member of The Pinkertons pistol instructor, and licensed government parachute specialist.



ArmyHiliary Hudson Sr.
By Rich Hudson, Macedonia, OH USA
My dad always told me stories of how they transported the infantry men in Germany. If they needed to get there, they sent the "Red Ball Express". I'm sure you're telling God those same stories.



Army Frank L. Huffman
By Jen Huffman, Aberdeen, South Dakota
Frank L. Huffman served in the U.S. Army in the 34th Infantry Division and later in the 194th Field Artillery Battalion from April 22, 1941 to October 22, 1945. He served in World War II for the duration of the war and fought in campaigns at Naples-Foggia (Anzio), Rome-Arno, No Appennies (Po Valley), Rhineland (Normandy) and Central Europe. He was a life-time member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Frank passed over on September 29, 2005 at the age of 95, surrounded by all of his family. He will be greatly missed by everyone he knew. We love you grandpa!




ArmyRobert Hugentobler
By Larry Daniels, Fairfax County, VA USA
He was a cook in World War I, he could really cook up some good meals. We miss you grandpa. I guess you, dad and Ed Siegle are fishing everyday in heaven. I'll be joining you one of this days, so leave some for me.



Army Clifford F. Hulsey
By Merody (Hulsey) Broom, Colorado Springs, CO
My grandfather died on Jan, 4, 2006 at the age of 92. His family is proud of his military service to this country.



MarineLarry D Humphries
By Becky Jones, Ewing, KY USA
This is to my grandfather, the finest man I ever knew. He served four years in WW2, though he never spoke of that time much. He passed away on November 29, 1999, at the age of 78. He is greatly missed by his family and friends.



MarineSgt. Allen M. Hunt
By Valencia Hunt, Queens, NY USA
Semper Fi, son. I will always love and miss you. You brought the sunshine into our lives, we Thank God for allowing you to fulfill your dreams by the young age of 23. "COPUSMC1" to all who knew him a proud MARINE, son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin & friend. Until we meet again in the beautiful skies in HEAVEN. We will always remember your beautiful SMILE.



MarinesCharles Hunt
By Paul Hunt, San Diego, CA USA
Semper Fi, dad. I love you and miss you.



ArmyEugene M. Hunt Sr.
By Jeremy Joiner, Azle TX USA




ArmySSG Joseph F. Hunt
By Thea Suzy Hunt, USA
By Granddaughter Jolene, USA




Thea Suzy Hunt, USA
To my Daddy, the greatest man I ever knew: You served a tour in RVN as a MAC-V adviser, coming home to us safely. When you were recalled there as a Sky Soldier only 6 months later, I had to believe you would once again return safely. On 27/07/66, during Operation Aurora II, you were taken from Mom & I and nothing since has ever had the glow it deserved... for you missed the big things - birthdays, holidays, illnesses, graduations, births, deaths and the little things - all A report cards, drivers licenses, sock hops, filmy long dresses, glasses or contact lenses?... everything a little girl needs her daddy for. Some part of me will always be the 11 year old girl who lost her childhood that sultry July day. Thank you for showing me the strength of personal convictions, how to keep professional commitments, and most of all, how to love and be loved. From you, I have learned that in gentleness there lies true strength and that the goal of every warrior is not more war, but peace. Platoon sergeant for Co C, 4/503rd Inf, 173rd Airborne (Sep)
By Granddaughter Jolene
To my granfather, the man I never met. I feel I know you from all that I have been told by my Mom and my Gramma and everyone else in the family who knew you. I miss you in a way that words cannot express because I never got to spend the time with you that most grandchildren get as you died before I was ever born. You were a great man who gave his life for something you believed in and although I wish you were here today so that I could spend time with my Granddaddy I know that you did what you felt had to be done and I can't fault you for that. I hope you know that even though we never met I Love You more than words can say and I Miss You too. You are always in my heart, your Granddaughter Jolene.






NavyCmdr Kirby P. Hunt
By Gerald I Hunt, Orlando, FL USA
Retired 1970 after 30 years of service. Went to meet his maker in Dec 1998 at the time of retirement was necular weapons inspector for the Pacific. Inducted into the ordinance hall of fame Pensocola, FL. Served during three wars. He was a wonderful brother and I miss him. We both survived the sinking of the USS Wasp CV7



National GuardLawrence Hurley
By Terry Hurley, Rowlett, TX USA
Born 09/18/19 passed away 01/05/00 joined Oklahoma National Guard 04/03/37 HQ BTRY & C.T. 1 BN 160th FA to 09/30/37 assigned to anti tank BN 16, 09/16/40 to 12/05/41. Enlisted 01/27/42 discharged 12/01/44 assigned to HQ BTRY, 3d BN, 169th FA. OK 45th division. Amer def rib, purple heart, euo-afri-midd east theatre ribbon one bronze star wounded Anzio beach head 03/2044. Dad we will miss you, but your friends have been waiting a long time to see you. God bless. Mother sends her love



Army Ben Edward Hurt
By Barry Lee Spurlock, Nashville, TN
To my beloved grandfather who was a father to me. He was an operator of a duck. He trained at Camp Lee VA. 8TH QM Training Regiment CO. H Sept. 1941. We love and miss you so much. Love Lula Ann and Barry Lee Spurlock.



NavyJolly Ray Hurtt
By Sarah Nevins Al-Zubi, Sherman, Texas
Dad you are missed and will never be forgotten!!



ArmyRichard J. Huss
By Kelli McCoy, Laddonia, MO USA
This is my Grand father I miss him very much . I just always remember him telling stories about being in the Army plus World War II . Even after all those years he knew the exact Days Hours Minutes he was over there in the war .. On Jan 30, 1995 he passed away I did not get to see you before you died I always have wished I had . But 11 months and 25 days later you must have had put in a good word for me cause we were blessed with a little girl on Christmas Day. You would have loved her very much like the other Granddaughters. Even after you being gone five yrs .We all still miss you very much!!! We all have you in our hearts every day... Love you Your Granddaughter Kelli McCoy (I try at least once in a while to give My girls the little pat on the hand you used to give me I miss those pats very much).



ArmyWilliam Floyd Hutchings
By Sandy Luna, McMinnville, TN USA
This is for my step-dad who fought in WWII. He had several war wounds and had plenty of stories to tell about them. All of which I can't begin to imagine being a part of. All of our men should never ever be forgotten. I love you Floyd. You've been such a source of strength throughout my life.
Love Sandy




Marine Philip Nicholas Huth, II
By Hallie Garrison, Floresville, Texas
Hometown was Corpus Christi, Texas. On the wall at Panel 21W, Row 108. Born May 20, 1946, and died in Quang Nam, Viet Nam on July 12, 1969 You are missed and will never be forgotten.



ArmyRoy D. Hutting
By Jim Langford, Ft. Walton Beach, FL, USA
Roy, you were a young man when you went to war for your country. You felt it was you duty to enlist in the Army. I remember, you were so proud, in your letters we could tell you were beaming with pride. You spent many months in Viet Nam with the 25th Inf. Div. and all of a sudden on your last mission, with many of your comrads, you were killed in the armored personel carrier. We have missed you dearly since loosing you in Sept. 1966. God bless you Roy; you will always be near us.



NavyClark William Hutton
By Shirley Hutton Haas (Daughter), Vacaville, CA USA
He gave four years to his Country, but he was too good for this world. God reclaimed him on Oct. 20, 1959. I hope someday to be missed as much.



POW/MIANavy Jimmy Don Hyde
By Jack H. Cloud, U. S. Army 1966-1969, Tulsa, OK
E4 Caddo, OK 12-05-65



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