Ranger Exes Memorial America Salute the RHS Veterans

RHS Exes who became veterans of the U.S. military. Some veterans listed may be deceased. KIA=Killed in Action Updated: 10/16/2014 1925-1939 1940-1949 1950-1977 1978-Others Class Veteran Service Branch, Rank, Conflict, & Medals 1925 David Wier (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, Flight Surgeon, WWII, Europe, Korea in country & Japan, Major 1926 Jack Galloway (deceased - US Navy, WWII 1927 Richard Barkley (deceased) - US Army during WWII 1928 William Brown (deceased) - US Army during WWII and Korea, retired after 20+ years service 1929 Lee Hammett (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1929 Francis Plumley (deceased) - US Army 1929 Leonard Pounds (deceased) - US Navy, WWII, South Pacific, 1 Battle Star, AP, PL, American Defense and GCM. 1930 Beauford Anderson (deceased) - US Army, WWII, T/Sgt 1930 Alton Davenport (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1930 Roy Plumley (deceased) - Col. US Army retired, 28 years 1931 Roy Bruce (deceased) - US Army Signal Corps, WWII, Europe & Pacific, Purple Heart 1931 Nicol Crawford (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1931 Saunders Gregg (deceased) - US Navy, WWII, Lt. Commander 1931 Clarence King (deceased) - USAF 1932 Bailey Anderson (deceased) - US Navy, 1942-45, sonor technician 1932 Hazel Faircloth Beighley (deceased) - US Army, nurse 1932 Chick Brown (deceased) - USMC, WWII 1932 Sterling Crawley (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1932 Norman Davenport (deceased) - US Army, Lt. Colonel, retired, WWII, First Cavalry in the Pacific Theater, Korea, France, Germany 1932 Earl D. Ivy (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1932 Robert King (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1932 Adrian Pounds - US Army, WWII 1932 James Steed (deceased) - US Navy 1932 Jack Waggoner (deceased) - US Army, Capt, WWII 1933 Robert Kidwell (deceased) - US Army Air Corps/USAF, WWII, England, Korea, Japan, Panama, retired 1968 1933 Hazel Ervin May (deceased) - USAF, nurse, WWII 1933 R.V. Robinson (deceased) - US Army (1945-46) 1933 Thomas Weaver (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1933 Joe Weekes (deceased) - US Army, WWII, 1st. Lieutenant, Bronze Star 1934 Eual Bryan (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1934 Warren Reynolds Cozby - USAF, WWII, POW in Germany during WWII retired in 1965 as a Major. 1934 Joseph Hale (deceased) - US Army, WWII, Europe 1934 Con Poynor (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII, Korea, MIA, (assumed KIA), bombadier, 371st Bomb Squadron 307 Bomb Wing, shot down on Black Tuesday, 10/23/1951 1934 Arthur Shelton (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1934 James Westbrook (deceased) - US Marines, Iwo Jima during WWII 1935 Paul Adkins (deceased) - US Army, WWII, First Sergeant 1935 Aaron Anderson (deceased) - US Army, WWII, KIA in Italy 1935 Rankin Britt (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1935 Harvey Burch (deceased) - US Army, Medical Discharge 1935 Garvin Chastain (deceased) - US Navy 1935 William Elmore (deceased) - USAF 1935 Francis Fengler (deceased) - US Army, WWII, Europe 1935 Garland Montgomery (deceased), US Army Air Corp, WWII 1935 Avis McKelvain Preslar (deceased) - US Navy, Waves, WWII, Communications Officer & Recruiter 1935 O.C. Warden (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1936 William Bourdeau (deceased) - US Army, WWII, South Pacific & European Theaters, Master Sergeant 1936 E.M. Bowen (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1936 Lem Bray (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1936 Earl Brown (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1936 Harlan Crawley (deceased) - US Army, WWII, South Pacific 1936 Everett Donowho (deceased) - USAF, retired in 1966 1936 William Cole (deceased) - US Army, Colonel, WWII 1936 Cecil Cook (deceased) - US Army, WWII, 36th Division 1936 Ernest Glazner (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1936 Buster Higdon (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1936 Earvin Ivy (deceased) - US Army WWII, SSGT, ETO 36th and 65th Divisions, POW in Eferding Austria, Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star E.T. w/4 Battle Stars 1936 Eugene Kribbs (deceased) - US Army, 1942-1946, WWII, Phillippines, retired from the Army reserves as a Colonel in 1975 1936 Mellenger Jacoby (deceased) - Texas National Guard, Military Air Command with USAF rank of Lt. Col. 1936 J.A. Johnson (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1936 Scott Neal (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII, KIA in Alaska in B-24 bomber 1936 Stephen Preslar (deceased) - US Navy, pilot 1936 Tommy Smith (deceased) - Royal Canadian Air Force, WWII 1937 Beverly Dudley (deceased) - USMC, Major, WWII, Guadalcanal 1937 Willard G. Gray (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1937 W.D. Hayley (deceased - US Army, WWII 1937 Bill Hinman (deceased) - US Army, PFC, 508 Parachute Inf, WWII 1937 J.D. Litton (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, Captain, WWII 1937 Glyn Murphy (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII, Master Sergeant 1937 Robert Lewis Stevens (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1937 C.E. May, Jr. (deceased) - US Navy, officer during WWII 1937 Jack Rex (deceased - US Navy, WWII, Pharmacist Mate First Class 1937 Floyd Russell (deceased) - US Air Force 1938 Willard Balch (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1938 Felton Brashier (deceased) - US Navy Air Corp, WWII 1938 Thomas Elrod, Sr. (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII, CBI (China, Burma, India Theatre), awarded Victory, AT, AP with 3 Battle Stars, Bronze Star Medal and was presented a Chinese medal personally by Chiang Kai-shek. 1938 Earnest Green, Jr. (deceased) - US Army, Captain, WWII 1938 Dick Hodges (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1938 Ross Hodges (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII, Flight Officer in Navy & AAC 1938 Lewis Hughes (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1938 Raymond Landtroop (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII, Captain, 31 missions in a B-24 bomber, awarded Distinguished Flying Cross, EAME Campaign Medal with three Bronze Stars & Air Medal 1938 Charles W. Lawson (deceased - US Army Air Corp, WWII, KIA, First Lieutenant 1938 L.C. Love - US Army, WWII, Corporal 1938 Robert Patterson (deceased) - US Navy in World War II & Korea 1938 Willard Pugh, Sr. (deceased) - US Army Ground Forces, trained at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Md. in 1943 1938 D.C. Robinson (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1938 Arie Sharp (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1938 Homer Smith (deceased) - US Army, WWII, Vietnam, Major General 1938 Billy Turner (deceased - US Navy 1938 Roger Walton (deceased) - WWII 1938 Pickens Weaver (deceased) - Staff Sgt 573 AAF Bomb Sq (Air Corps) during WWII, killed in action 1939 James Brown (deceased) - US Coast Guard, WWII 1939 Herman Bryan (deceased) - US Navy 1939 Travis Bryan (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1939 Arthur Burch (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1939 John Champion, Jr. (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII, B-17 Co-pilot, KIA, buried in Belgium 1939 George Cox (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII, KIA on first mission in a B-17 bomber 1939 Babb Edmonds (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1939 J.L. Ervin (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1939 James Ferris (deceased) - US Coast Guard, WWII 1939 John Ford (deceased) - US Coast Guard, WWII 1939 Franklin Frasier (deceased) - US Army, WWII, KIA 1939 Archie Hazard (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1939 Lloyd Howton (deceased) - WWII 1939 Bueford Jordan (deceased- US Coast Guard, WWII 1939 Morris Leveille, Jr. (deceased) - US Coast Guard, WWII 1939 Harold Luckett (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1939 Morris Newnham (deceased - US Navy, WWII, Naval Officer aboard the U.S.S. Boston in the South Pacific 1939 Robert Palmer (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1939 Electra Pearson (deceased) - US Army (WAC) 1939 W.G. Pounds (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1939 Jesse Smith (deceased)- US Army, WWII 1939 Raymond Smoot (deceased) - US Marines, WWII 1939 Lyndle Summers (deceased - US Marines, WWII 1939 Buford Waggoner (deceased) - USAF,WW II, flew 35 missions over Germany, Purple Heart 1939 James White, Jr. (deceased) - WWII, served in Africa & Italy with the Sixth General Hospital & 88th Infantry Division 1939 Charles Whitefield (deceased) - US Air Corps 1939 Merrill Wilson (deceased) - Officer US Army Air Corps, WWII, ETO, Pilot, DFC 1940 J.B. Ames, Jr. (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, Lieutenant, killed in plane crash 1940 Hubert Anderson (deceased) - US Army Air Corps 1940 Arturo Camacho - US Army, WWII, enlisted 1941, served in Battery E, 60th Combined Arms Center Fort Mills, Philippine Islands, Bataan and Corregidor Veteran. POW for 42 months, several camps in Mukaishima, Japan, Zentsuji Camp when war ended, honorably discharged in 1946. (photo) 1940 George Falls (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1940 Bob Galloway (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII, B-51 fighter pilot in Burma 1940 Thomas Hale (deceased) - US Army, WWII, SGT, Company I, 142nd Infantry, 36th Division, KIA at Altavilla, Italy on September 15, 1943, age 21 1940 Charlie W. Hargrave (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1940 Cicero Harris (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1940 Bill Houghton (deceased - USMC, WWII 1940 Jesse B. Houghton, Jr. (deceased - USMC, WWII 1940 Bob Hunt - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1940 William Limbocker (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1940 Francis McHenry (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1940 J.H. McKelvain (deceased)- U.S. Army, WWII 1940 Pleas Moore (deceased - US Air Corps, WWII, Sgt, killed in an air crash in Newfoundland 1940 William Powell (deceased) - US Navy during WWII, USAF during the Korea 1940 Owen Rose (deceased) - US Army, Calvary Corps, Military Police 1940 James Ratliff (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1940 Glen Rex (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1940 Floyd Steven (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII in the Far East Command 1940 Jack Wallace (deceased) - Sergeant, infantry, 2nd Lieutenant in the Engineers, National Guard 1941 Albert Bradford (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1941 Alvin Milton Dennis (deceased) - USAF, WWII 1941 Thomas Elwood (deceased) - USAF, WWII 1941 Bernice Ashcraft Ervin (deceased) - US Army, 20 yrs. 1941 Marian Graves, Jr. (deceased) - US Marines, WWII, wounded in the Battle of Iwo Jima 1941 Aaron Howton, Jr. (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, Pilot, WWII 1941 Lee Roy Jay (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1941-46, Pharmacists Mate 2nd Class 1941 Royce McCleskey (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WII, trained to be a pilot and served in the 12th Air Force in Italy, and awarded the Air Medal and Purple Heart, KIA in San Benditto Italy on April 22, 1945. 1941 Joe Meroney (deceased) - US Army Air Corp, WWII 1941 Joseph Ownby (deceased) - US Air Corps, WWII 1941 John Pearsall - US Army, WWII, European Theatre 1943-1946, 393rd Infantry 99th Division 1941 Lee Roy Pearson, Jr. (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1941 Michael Ready (deceased) - US Navy 1/4/1943 to 8/18/1943, US Army Air Corp 11/20/1944 to 3/29/1946, WWII 1941 Harold Weaver (deceased) - US Army, WWII, 4th Infantry Division, participated in the Normandy Beach landing on D-Day 1941 Robert Wiesen (deceased - US Army AF, WWII 1941 Marie Williamson Tankersley (deceased) - US Navy, Seaman First Class 1942 Charles Brown (deceased) - US Marine Corps, WWII, Pacific Theater 1942 Buford Bryan (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1942 Ramon Bryan (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1942 R.V. Cole (deceased) - USMC, WWII 1942 Richard Cox (deceased) - US Navy, WWII, Korea, Aviation Electrician 1942 Jess Favors (deceased) - US Navy 1942 Clarence Horn (deceased - US Army, WWII, tank gunner, Battle of the Bulge 1942 Reid Hunter (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1942 Palmer Kelley (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1942 Jerome Ready (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1942 Howard Stevens (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1942 Charles Strong (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII 1942 Allen Ussery (deceased) - US Army AC, PFC., served in Pacific Theater, Marianas, awarded GCM, Amer. Theater. AP w/ 2 battle stars and Victory Ribbon. 1942 H.O. Woods, Jr. (deceased) - US Army (1942-1945), WWII, Central Europe, 2 Purple Hearts, Battle of Bulge, Bronze Star; served in 3 battles 1943 Harold Brewer - US Navy, WWII 1943 Morris Campbell (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1943 Billy Elder (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1943 Odie Elrod (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1943 Jack Elwood (deceased) - US Army, WWII, Germany 1943 Robert Frasier (deceased) - US Navy, WWII, USS Sigourney 643, Petty Officer 1st Class 1943 Billy Gray (deceased) - US Navy 1943 Terrell Harbin (deceased) - US Navy, WWII, South Pacific 1943 James Houghton (deceased)- US Navy, WWII 1943 Lloyd Huffman (deceased) - US Army, retired after 20 years 1943 Lowell Hunt (deceased) - US Navy (Seabees), WWII, Battle Star, Iwo Jima 1943 Alva Kim (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII 1943 Merle Kribbs - US Army, retired, SFC, Bronze Star & Combat Infantry Badge, WWII, Korea & Vietnam 1943 Schley Lemma (deceased) - US Merchant Marine, WWII 1943 Wayne Lingle (deceased) - US Army, WWII in France 1943 John L. McKelvain (deceased) - US Navy 1943 Billy B. Peery (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1943 George M. Peery (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1943 Wayne Richardson (deceased) - US Naval Air Corps, WWII 1943 William Thomas - US Navy, WWII, Vet gets diploma after war 1943 Linden Williams (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1943 Bobby Woods (deceased) - US Marine Corps, WWII 1944 William Anderson (deceased) - US Navy(WWII), Marines, Korea 1944 Gayle Blacklock - US Navy 1944 J.T. Blackwell (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII 1944 Max Ervin, Sr. (deceased) - US Navy 1944 Gene Falk (deceased - US Navy, 1944-1946, USS Providence 1944 Morris George (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1944 Byron Gordon (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1944 Melvin Harbin - US Navy (1945-46) 1944 Carl Hardin (deceased) - US Navy 1944 Bob Hickey, Sr. (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1944 Robert Hood (deceased - US Navy Air Corps, WWII 1944 Raymond Howard (deceased) - US Navy 1944 Clyde Ivy (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1944 Leland Jones (deceased - US Navy, WWII, Neshanic naval ship in Pacific 1944 Stacy Kim (deceased) - US Army, WWII, Korea, Purple Heart 1944 Fred Larson (deceased - US Army Air Corp 1944 Calvin Long (deceased) - WWII, 1944-46 1944 Jack Townzen (deceased) - US Navy, SeaBees, WWII 1944 Lonnie Ussery (deceased) - M/3c, served in Pacific Theater, Marianas. Awarded Amer. Theater, AP with 2 battle stars and Victory Ribbon. 1944 Lowe Wallace (deceased) - US Air Force, WWII 1945 Johnny Adams (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1945 Leonard Arterburn (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1945 Marvin Baker - US Navy 1945 Pete Camacho (deceased) - US Army National Guard, Sgt. 1945 Donnie Carroll - US Navy, 1946 Phm3c 1945 W.K. Cooper (deceased) - US Army, WWII, Japan 1945 Lewis M. Croom - US Army, WWII in Japan 1945 Bobby Eakin (deceased) - US Army, paratroopers, WWII 1945 J.E. Guess (deceased) - US Navy, WWII, Okinawa 1945 Billie McGregor (deceased) - US Air Corps, 27 yrs, WWII, South Korea, Vietnam 1945 Ralph Reynolds, Jr. (deceased) - Texas National Guard, 49th Armored Division 1945 Alwyn Williams (deceased) - US Navy, WWII 1945 Elbert Herbert Williams (deceased) - USAF, Korea 1946 Don Blacklock (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1946 Gene Boney (deceased)- US Army, Okinawa, Korea 1946 William Carlin (deceased) - US Army, Korea 1946 Wayne Friday (deceased - US Marine Corps 1946 Andrew Jackson (deceased) - US Air National Guard & USAF 1946 James Justice (deceased) - US Army, Korea 1946 Jack Littlefield (deceased) - USAF, Sergeant 1946 Paul Mathis (deceased) - USAF, Korea 1946 Raymond Stuart (deceased) - US Marine Corps, WWII, Korea 1947 Robert Carroll (deceased) - Airborne 1947 Bobbie Emfinger (deceased) - US Army 1947 Jack Eubank (deceased) - USAF, Officer 1947 T.K. Hardy (deceased) - US Marine Corps 1947 Billie Langford (deceased) - US Army National Guard 1947 Elzie Pruett, Jr. (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII, Weapons Repairman 1947 Allen Thomas Rushing (deceased) - National Guard Reserves, Fort Polk LA 1961-62 1947 Thomas Williams (deceased) - US Marine Corps, Korean Conflict 1947 Harry Wilson (deceased) - US Army 1948 E.W. Everett (deceased) - US Navy 1948 Winifred Hatton (deceased) - US Army, Korea 1948 Bobby Hazard (deceased) - US Army, 11th Army Airborne, Korea & Occupied Japan 1948 Bill Townzen (deceased) - US Army, Forward Observer, Korea 1949 Charles Campbell (deceased - USAF 1949 Ralph Cooper - US Marine Corps 1949 Leslie Hale (deceased) - USAF, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, retired after 22 years as a Master Sargent 1949 Jim Ice - US Army 1949 Douglas Jacoby (deceased)- USAF, Korea 1949 Allen Keener (deceased) - USAF 1949 Alvin Langley - US Coast Guard 1949 R.L. Miller - US Army 1949 Maxine Landtroop Morris (deceased) - USAF 1949 Keith Munnerlyn - US Marine Corps, Sharpshooters Medal, National Defense, Korean Service w/2 stars, United Nations, Korean Presidential Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, & Bronze Star w/ "V" 1949 Billy Perrin - US Army, Korea 1949 George Robinson (deceased) - US Army 1949 Meredith Sides - US Army 1949 R.C. Smith - US Navy 1949 Jack Waddington (deceased) - US Navy, CDR, retired 1950 John Anderson (deceased) - USAF 1950 Raymond Camacho - US Coast Guard 1950 Gene Hamilton (deceased) - US Army 1950 Allen Harris (deceased) - US Army 1950 Claude Harris (deceased) - US Army, Korea 1950 James Healer (deceased) - USAF, Korea 1950 Tommy Huckaby (deceased) - US Army 1952-1954, Korea 1950 Madrin Huffman (deceased) - US Army 1950 Harold Kimmel - US Army 1950 Jim Patterson - US Navy 1950 E.P. Robinson - US Army 1950 Frank Robinson - US Army 1950 Price Rose - US Army 1950 Jim Smith - US Navy 1950 Alton Stiles (deceased) - USAF, stationed in Texas, Alabama, Kansas, Nevada, Newfoundland, Thailand, & 2 tours of duty in England, retired in 1974 with the rank of Chief Master Sergeant 1950 Dean Sutton (deceased) - USAF 1950 Alvin Thames (deceased) - Korea 1950 James Varner (deceased) - US Army, Korea 1950 Charles Williams - US Army 1950 David Williams (deceased) - US Army 1950 Miley Williams - US Army 1950 Ronald Williams (deceased) - USAF, Korea 1950 Tommy Wilson - Korea 1956-58 1950 Tim Woods - US Army 1951 T.L. Bush - US Army Ret. 1953-1974, Vietnam 1969-1970 1951 Jerry Dobbs (deceased) - USAF 1951 George Hazard, Jr. (deceased) - US Army, Korea 1951 Billy A. Highsmith (deceased - USAF 1951 Edward Polston (deceased) - US Marines 1952 David Blackwell (deceased - US Marine Corps, Korean Conflict 1952 Curtis Sharp (deceased) - US Army, WWII 1952 Donald Varner (deceased) - US Army 1953 James Barnes (deceased) - USAF, retired, 20 year career, Radar Operator, NORAD, Korea, Vietnam, Newfoundland, Alaska 1953 Acker Everett (deceased - US Navy 1953 Bill Fergeson - USAF, served 12 years 1953 Fred Harper (deceased) - US Army 1953 J.D. Harper (deceased) - US Army, 1954-1956, stationed in Anniston, AL 1953 Noel Kim (deceased) - National Guard 1953 Jerry Rushing (deceased) - USAF 1953 Herbert Williams (deceased) - US National Guard 1954 Roy Barnhill (deceased) - National Guard 1954 William Bratton - US Army, Basic Training Fort Ord, CA & Signal Corps School Fort Gordon, GA 1959, Ft. Sheridan, IL 1959-1961. Returned to active duty 1961-1962 Ft. Bragg, NC. 1954 Billy Browning (deceased) - National Guard 1954 Ronald Carroll (deceased) 1954 Max Dooley - 1959-1963, Lt. US Public Health Service (medical branch of the Coast Guard-wore navy uniform with navy ranking) Staten Island, NY and last year at U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners, Springfield, MO 1954 Ralph Berlin Frank - US Army 1958-1961 1954 Tommy Hinds (deceased) - US Army, France, SP4 1954 Jimmy Long (deceased) - National Guard, 6 yrs. 1954 Billy Mac Nichols - US Army (7/58-7/61), basic training at Ft. Carson CO, attended surveying school in Ft. Belvoir VA., stationed at Camp Wolters in Mineral Wells TX, finished tour of duty at Elmendorf Air Force base in Anchorage Alaska, discharged with the rank SP4 1955 Duke Dixon - US Army 1955 Scott Forney - joined 147th Fighter Group in National Guard, transfer to the Continental Air Reserve, Airman 2nd Class, discharged in 1965 1955 Doyle Gentry (deceased) - USAF 1955 Clifford Harris (deceased) - USAF 1955 Bennie Hatfield - USAF 1955 Joe C. Lawson (deceased) - USAF 1955 Gary Patterson (deceased) - US Army 1955 John Rush - USAF, doctor 1956 Gerald Bratton (deceased) - US Army, 101st Airborne Division, the Screaming Eagles 1956 Johnny Swinney - USAF, 1956-60 1956 H.T. Suton - US Army, 1959-62 1956 Jerry Don White (deceased) - USAF 1956 Tommy Young (deceased) - USAF, 1956-retired 1957 Charles Bonney - US Army, retired Colonel (0-6), Vietnam 1968-69 1957 Paul Tipton Hinds - US Army, Commission Regular Army 2Lt 1962, Field Artillery, Hardin Simmons University ROTC, Vietnam 1964- 1965, 1967-1968, Senior Army Aviator, Bronze Star V, Air Medal (35), MSM (2), ACM, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Bronze Star, retired LTC 1957 Eddie Jacoby (deceased) - US Army, disabled veteran 1957 John Smith - US Army, drafted in 1963 1958 Don Deffebach - US Army, 1964-1966, 1st Lieutenant, 21st Ordinance Company 1958 Benny Gailey (deceased) - US Army National Guard 1958 Jimmy Hagar (deceased) 1958 Billy Lawson (deceased) - US Army, Sergeant First Class 1958 Carole Sanders - NA 1958 Lanny Sledge (deceased) - US Navy, submarines 1958 Boone Yarbrough (deceased) - US Army 1958 Thomas Walton - US Navy, Chief Petty Officer, 20 Years, In country Vietnam 1967-68 1958 Donald Wier (deceased) - US Army 1958 David Wharton - US Army 1959 Jerry Basham - USAF 1959 Johnny Chestnut (deceased - USAF 1960-1969, Staff Sgt. 1959 Jackie William (deceased) - US Army 1960 Jerry Anderson - retired officer 1960 Robert Brister (deceased) - USAF, served 14 yrs. 1960 Joe Camacho (deceased) - US Navy 1960 Robert Fergeson - USAF, 4 years 1960 Michael Fron - US Marines 1960 Charles Harper, Jr. (deceased) - U.S. Navy, Vietnam 1960 Jack Hazard (deceased) 1960 Walter Hutchins (deceased) - US Army (1960-63), 82nd Airborne Division 1960 Arturo Jimenez - NA 1960 Richard Jolly - US Army (1966-67) 1960 Douglas Rogers - US Navy (1967-1971), E-5 rank 1960 Robert Simmons (deceased) - served in the Navy Seabees during the Vietnam War, doing three tours of duty 1960 Charles White - NA 1961 Virgil Blackwell - USAF 1961 Donnie Chesnut (deceased) - US Army, served during the Berlin Crisis as a Spec 5 of the 49th Division at Fort Polk Louisiana 1961 Ron Daskevich - USAF Academy, aviator 1961 James McGee (deceased) - US Navy 1961 Earl Reeves, Jr. - Vietnam 1961 Richard Robie (deceased) - US Army, Major, Vietnam 1961 Jim Robinson - US Army (1963-1966) 1961 Wayne Ross (deceased) - US Army, helicopter pilot, Vietnam, received Bronze Star 1961 Tommy Smith - US Army, drafted in 1965, Vietnam 1961 Gene White (deceased - US Army, 7th Infantry Division's 15th Artillery, Korea 1962 William Ables - US Navy, served in Vietnam for 3 years 1962 Bob Anderson - US Marines 1963-67, 1st Marine Division, Marine Barracks Pearl Harbor, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing 1962 Norman Carroll - NA 1962 Charles Fergeson - US Navy, 3 yrs. 1962 Glen Fox - US Army, 1st Lieutenant, 1966-1968 1962 David Lockwood - retired USAF CMSgt, 28 yrs., Vietnam, Thialand, Desert Storm 1962 Dayle Penney - USAF 1964-1968, Munitions Maintance, Bitburg Germany 1962 David Rogers (deceased) - US Army National Guard of Texas, 1964-1970, Sergeant in the 131st Arty. 1962 Dwight Squiers - USAF 1964-1969, SGT E-4 Flight Engineer Specialist, Vietnam 1962 James Woodruff (deceased) - US Army, served in Vietnam for 3 yrs., US Marines 1963 Charlie De Los Santos - USAF, Vietnam 1963-1967 1963 Jimmy Fox (deceased) - US Army National Guard 1967-73 1963 Millard Herweck - US Army 1966-1969 1963 Tommy Joyner (deceased) - US Army, Vietnam, Purple Heart 1963 Michael Sanders - US Navy 1963 James Stephens (deceased) - US Army, Vietnam, two Bronze Stars 1964 Albert Boggus - US Army 1966-1968, Rank SP4 1964 Kyge Edmonds (deceased) - US Army 1966-1969 1964 Roger Polston - NA 1964 David Sutton - USAF, Capt., 1969-73, Vietnam 1965 Floyd Ainsworth - NA 1965 Royce Boone - USAF, 4 years, 1969-1973 1965 William Dunson - US Army 1966-69, served in Europe (Germany) and White Sands Missile Range as Crew-Chief/Flight Engineer for VIP Staff 1965 Douglas Fron - US Army 1965 Benny Harris - US Marines 1967-1971 active duty, discharged 1973, served 2 tours Vietnam 1968-1969, stationed Marine Security Guard Headquarters Washington D.C. 1969-1971 1965 Don Hartsfield - NA 1965 Kenneth Kime - NA 1965 Kenneth Wier Jameson (deceased) - USAF, Vietnam 1965 Jerry Warden - retired from US Army as a Colonel 1966 David Hale Dunson (deceased) - US Army, Vietnam, Purple Heart and Combat Infantryman's Badge 1966 Joel Jimenez - US Army, Vietnam 1969, Purple Heart, Combat Honor 1966 Mike Landtroop - NA 1966 Larry Monroe - US Army, Vietnam, Combat Veteran 1967-1968 1966 Jack Watson - served USAF Feb. 1967-July 1991, tours included: CCK Taiwan 1967-1968, Dyess AFB,TX 1968-1976, Eielson AFB, AK 1977-1979, Eglin AFB, Florida 1979-1991, retired as MSgt.(E-7) July 1991, No "Hands on" combat 1966 Billy Young (deceased) - US Army, Vietnam 1967 Robert Daskevich - Vietnam 1967 Dwight Dunn (deceased) - Vietnam 1967 Dowell Hartsfield (deceased) - US Navy, Medical Corps, dentist 1967 Steve Hernandez - Vietnam 1967 Larry Rodgers (deceased) - US Army, Vietnam, KIA 1967 Kenneth Seymour - Vietnam 1967 E.J. Sharp (deceased) - US Army, 1966-1968, SP/4, Thailand 1968 David Speed - NA 1967 Johnny Vasquez - Vietnam 1967 Jerry White - Vietnam 1968 Rickey Bryan - enlisted in the US Navy on December 29, 1969. Reserve obligation terminated December 28, 1975. Honorable Discharge after active duty for 4 years, seven months and sixteen days, including foreign and/or sea service for two years, eleven months and sixteen days. After Machinist Mate "A" school, served on the USS Nitro ammunition ship AE-23 for five months, then completed the U.S. Naval Nuclear Power School and was assigned to duty on the USS Simon Bolivar nuclear submarine USSBN-641 for three years. Completed a nuclear refueling/shipyard overhaul, and two Poseidon Missile patrols in the Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea, highest rank was E-5, Machinist Mate 2nd Class. 1968 Andrew Hamilton (deceased) - US Navy, Vietnam 1968 Jimmy Hamilton - US Army 1968 Polo Hernandez - Vietnam 1968 Ricky Squyres - Vietnam 1968 Preston Sunday - US Army, Vietnam 1970 Jimmy Alexander - USAF, Grenada invasion 1970 James Dixon - 1974 West Point graduate, served 5 1/2 years US Army, 3 in Germany 1970 Michael Noth - US Army 1972-74 1970 Bobby O'Neill - US Army 1970-1978 1970 Larry Simpson - US Army, retired 1970 William Woods - US Army Officer 1972 Ronnie Stroud - Vietnam 1972 Roland Sunday (deceased) - USN 1975-1986, Vietnam 1973 Mike Alexander - USAF Academy 1973 James Battle (deceased) - US Army, Medic, Fort Bragg 1973 Bobby Clark, Jr. - US Navy, 1974 TO 1978 1973 Mark Dawson - US Army, retired Major, re-called to active duty in 2003 and retired again in 2005, (photo) 1973 Robert Halbert - USAF Academy 1974 Steve Childress - USAF (1975-1979) 1975 Robert Butler - US Army (1975-2000), Military Intelligence, First Sergeant (retired), Overseas Service (Germany, Bosnia, Ukraine & Kosovo), Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, & Armed Forces Reserve Medal 1976 Joellen Hodge - US Army (1974-1980) 1976 Brenda Wells Oakley - US Army 1979-1980, disabled 1977 Larry Howell (deceased) - US Marine Reserves 1977 Roy Merritt - US Navy (1980-83), Construction Battalion. 1978 Hal Walton - NA 1984 Doug Flowers - US Marines, Desert Storm 1984 Paul Jenkins - US Army Reserve 1984 Richard Murray - US Marines 1984 James Ponder II - US Army 1984 Benjamin Weekes - US Army, Operation Iraqi Freedom 1985 Jule Shugart - US Marines 1985 Timothy Stewart - US Marines 1987 Jerry Davis - US Army, Desert Storm 1987 Robert Geraldon - US Navy, retired, 20 years, Desert Shield, Desert Storm, Kuwait liberation 1988 Eric Bumgarner - US Army 1988 Robert Johnson - completed tour in Iraq as an armored cavalryman (2004-2005), earned 2 commendations & Combat Action Badge, now 40% disabled due to injuries 1989 Brandon Driskill - USAF 1989 Steven Gawlik (deceased) - USAF 1991 Tony Castillo - US Army, 2 years in-country, Korea, also Kosovo, Bosnia, Iraq 1991 Donna Gawlik Hardwick - US Army 1991 Shad Kline - US Navy 1991 Marshall Perkins - USAF 1991 Michael Porter - US Army 1991-1996, reconnaissance, specialist overseas service included Germany & Kuwait, Army Commendation medal, Army Achievement medal, National Defense service ribbon, & good conduct medal 1991 Archie Stone - US Navy 1991-1994 1992 Christopher Bumgarner - USAF 1992 Sean Cockburn - US Army (1994-1998), Spc., served in Operations Intrinsic Action in Kuwait 1992 Chad Fox - US Marines 1993 Eric Hamilton - US Marines (1994-2001) 1995 Fred Barrett - US Navy, active duty 1996 William Fox - US Navy, 1998-2001 USS Abraham Lincoln CVN-72: Operation Southern Watch, Persian Gulf, Aug.01-Jan.06 Lemoore, CA E-6, Air Traffic Control, separating from US Navy in 2006 1997 Michael Linden - US Army, Korea Spec/4, 1998-2002 1997 Trey Norris - USAF, Currently active duty Staff Sergent, Operations (Southern Watch, Desert Fox, Allied Force, Northern Watch, Noble Anvil) 1997 Jason Walston - USAF 1998 Scott Harper - US Marine Corps, Lance Corporal, 4t Maint Battallion, Operation Iraqi Freedom 1998 Troy Taylor - US Marines, 6th Marine Regiment S-2, Operation Enduring Freedom, LCpl, active duty 1999 Christopher S. Hughes - US Marines, Camp Pendleton CA, Active Duty 1999 Larry Joe Martinez - USAF, active duty 2000 Victor Martinez - US Marines, Corporal, served time overseas 2001 Sonny Ainsworth - US Marines, active duty, Camp Pendleton CA 2001 Robert Olgin - US Marines, active duty, Lance Corporal 2002 Louise Daniels - US Marines, active duty, Okinawa Japan 2002 Robert Davis - US Army, active duty 2002 Justin King - USAF, active duty 2002 Grady Martin - US Marines, active duty 2002 Ronald Romero - US Marines, active duty 2003 Jerry Poellnitz - US Army, SGT in Field Artillery, served 2 tours in Iraq 2004 Corky Dossey - US Army, active duty 2004 Jack Freeman - US Army, active duty, Ft. Hood, joined in 2004 2005 Sylvester Lopez - US Army, 3rd Infantry Division, Iraq, (photo) 2007 Justin Lee Riffle - US Army, joined March 2007, Iraq (photo) 2008 Melissa Faye Hodge - US Army Reserves Faculty: Dr. Price Ashton (deceased) - US Air Corps, WWII, Maj. Faculty: David Allsup (deceased)- US Army, WWII Faculty: Rayneal Baze (deceased)- US Navy, WWII Faculty: James Clark (deceased) - WWII veteran Faculty: Beverly Dudley (deceased) - US Marines, Major, WWII, Guadalcanal Faculty: Jerry Jackson (deceased) - US Army, Korea Faculty: Morris Jefferies (deceased) - US Army, WWII Faculty: H.G. Jennings (deceased) - US Navy, WWII Faculty: E.W. Mince (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII Faculty: Tom Peebles (deceased) - US Air Force Faculty: Harold Prescott (deceased) - US Army, WWII, Purple Heart, Bronze Star Faculty: Avery Sullivan (deceased) - US Navy, aviator, WWII Faculty: Joe Wesley - Vietnam Faculty: John Wilhelm (deceased) - WWII Others: Melvin Alexander (deceased) - USAF, retired as Senior Master Sergeant, 22 years service, served in Vietnam Others: Jack C. Bearden (deceased) - US Army Others: Johnny Hugh Bethany (deceased) - US Navy Others: Ralph Boyvey (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII, killed during training, husband of Mary Rose O'Neil of RHS-1936 Others: Jim Earl Brothers (deceased) - US Navy, WWII Others: Seldon Brown (deceased)- US Marines, WWII Others: Nolan Mayfield Butler (deceased)- US Navy, WWII Others: T.R. Craig (deceased) - US Navy, WWII, 1943 to 1945 as a Navy Electrician aboard the destroyer-tender, the USS Yosemite in the Pacific Fleet Others: Jimmie Max Crawley (deceased) - killed in Korea Others: Anthony F. Daskevich (deceased) - US Army, WWII, Brigadier General Others: Vernon Deffebach (deceased) - US Army, WWI Others: Drannon Edmison (dec.) - U.S. Navy Others: Donnal Rex Elrod (deceased) - US Army, WWII Others: Bobby England - US Army Others: Marlon Ewing (deceased) - US Army, Korea, US Navy, Vietnam (CPO and MSGT) Others: Mack Funderburk (deceased) - US Marines Others: Donald R. Gaither, Sr. (deceased) - US Navy, Special Forces Others: Dr. Luther Gohlke (deceased - US Army, 49th Armored Division Others: Bill Guess (deceased) - WWII, Purple Heart Medal, European Theater with Company L (11th Infantry) Others: Elton Heath (deceased) - US Navy, WWII Others: Paul Higginbotham (deceased) - US Navy, WWII Others: J.B. Horn (deceased) - US Army, WWII, awarded the American Defense Service Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, Asiatic- Pacific Theater Ribbon, Bronze Star Others: Earnest Houghton (deceased) - US Army, WWII Others: Dr. P.M. Kuykendall (deceased) - Captain in France during WWI Others: Alfred Gene Loper (deceased) - US Army, Korea, 2 Bronze Stars, one Silver Star Others: Dr. Billy Joe Maynard (deceased) - Naval Reserves, WWII, Army Medical Corp, 1st Lieutenant, Germany Others: Keith McDonald (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII Others: Burl McGraw (deceased) - US Army, 270th Field Artillery Unit of Patton's Army in Europe, earned 5 Bronze Stars Others: Joseph Nuessle - US Army Air Corps, ROTC, piloted a B-25 bomber based on Corsica and flew some 59 missions Others: W.L. Milner (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII, Staff Sergeant in the 8th Army Air Force, POW, EAME Service Medal with three bronze battle stars, the American Theatre Service Medal, the Good Conduct Medal, Air Medal and the Purple Heart Others: T.C. Pittman, Jr. (deceased) - US Army Air Corps, WWII Others: Wesley Poynor (deceased) Others: Larry Rainey (deceased) - US Army 1968-70, Vietnam Others: Ardis Clyde Reid (deceased)- US Army, WWII Others: Charlie C. Rose - US Army, WWII Others: Jerry Don Sharp (deceased) - US Marines Others: Terrance W. Sutton - US Army, 1971-73 Others: Perry Vinson (deceased - US Army, WWII, Asiatic-Pacific Theater & Philippine Liberation Others: Dr. W.P. Watkins (deceased) - US Army Medical Corps, WWII, field surgeon, Bronze Star Others: Frank H. White (deceased) - US Marines, 24 yrs. active duty Others: Jackie Wayne Williams (deceased) - US Army (1953-55), military police, Germany NOTE: This page is dedicated to those who have served in the U.S. military. Please send names, RHS graduation year or "attended RHS", branch of service, highest rank achieved, years of service, if currently living or deceased and please note if "killed in action." Overseas service during WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm or other action should be noted. This veteran list may not be complete. Ranger Vietnam Veteran Memorial DFW National Cemetery (Photos)