Roger G. Liddicoatt: I Never Give Up!

2018-06-01T21:13:20-05:00

Roger readily admits he was “scared as hell” when he was taken. The Chinese soldiers wrapped a tourniquet around his leg to stop the bleeding, and slapped something mysterious on his wounds. Then, he was held in a 4’ x 6’ cell with a low ceiling, where he survived on a diet of raw fish and rice, and an occasional helping of green, spicy kimchi.

Roger G. Liddicoatt: I Never Give Up!2018-06-01T21:13:20-05:00

Adolph “Floyd” Ermer: Sweeping for mines in the combat zone

2018-05-08T08:28:42-05:00

“The military is all about discipline,” says Floyd. “I was used to it growing up. When my dad said to do something, we knew better than to ask why.

Adolph “Floyd” Ermer: Sweeping for mines in the combat zone2018-05-08T08:28:42-05:00

William Howland: A World War II POW

2018-04-11T22:32:39-05:00

Bill Howland was a POW during World War II. He estimates there were approximately 300 POWs in his group. About two weeks before the war ended, Bill escaped in part by hiding in a barn in a pile of hay.

William Howland: A World War II POW2018-04-11T22:32:39-05:00

Dale Kavanagh: Shiny boots and cuffed trousers

2017-09-07T13:49:51-05:00

Korean War veteran Dale Kavanagh went to Fort Benning in Georgia for jump school in part because he was on a quest for higher pay and a sharp uniform

Dale Kavanagh: Shiny boots and cuffed trousers2017-09-07T13:49:51-05:00

Al Vosylius: Back in Germany

2017-08-05T09:40:42-05:00

Al Vosylius, a native of Lithuania, served in the Army from 1952 to 1954. He worked with the artillery testing team of the US Army 5th Corps.

Al Vosylius: Back in Germany2017-08-05T09:40:42-05:00

William (Bill) Curry: An ear to the action

2017-07-09T22:48:19-05:00

Bill Curry used his top security clearance and his training as a radio operator to monitor and scan radio signals during the Korean War.

William (Bill) Curry: An ear to the action2017-07-09T22:48:19-05:00