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Program to include mystery of WWI soldier’s death

The cause of death of one of the first Alabamians to fall in service during World War I ...

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Morgan W. Colquett, Tech4/Sergeant, U.S. Army, WWII

Morgan Colquett’s ship arrived at Manila harbor in the middle of the night. To protect against Japanese bombers, ...

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Andrew Douglas Franklin, Sr., Tech/Sergeant, U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII Prisoner of War – Part 2

As soon as the bomber formation, including Sgt. Douglas Franklin and his crew on the B-24, War Eagle, ...

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Andrew Douglas Franklin, Sr., Tech/Sergeant, U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII Prisoner of War – Part 1

Sgt. Douglas Franklin and his crewmates on the B-24 Liberator bomber, War Eagle, thought they were beginning their ...

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CVF requests information on local veterans

Covington Veterans Foundation is committed to finding and publishing information on all veterans from the county. We particularly ...

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John A. Morrison, Sergeant, U.S. Army, Korean War From Korea to the White House Motor Pool – Part 2

After his tour at Redstone Arsenal, Sgt. John Morrison was assigned to Fort Riley, Kansas, where he served ...

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John A. Morrison, Sergeant, U.S. Army, Korean War From Korea to the White House Motor Pool – Part 1

John Morrison is a blind, 92-year-old Korean War veteran. He still remembers the cold desolation of the Korean ...

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Edward Eugene “Jack” McGowin, Corporal, U.S. Marine Corps, Vietnam War

Jack McGowin wasn’t even supposed to be on the Huey helicopter when it went down from enemy fire. ...

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Big Rodgers’ Socks The Story of Pfc. Thomas Lloyd Rodgers, U.S. Army, WW II, KIADistinguished Service Cross [Posthumous]

Author’s note: 79 years ago this week, more than 150,000 Allied soldiers landed on the beaches of Normandy, ...

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Stewart M. Baker, Jr., Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army, Korean War

When 2nd Lt. Stewart M. Baker, Jr. was killed in Korea on September 19, 1950, his home of ...

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