Bierman Sr., Daniel Pryor Chaplin Sr., Ernest Corbett, Charles Crawford, Marjorie C. Davis, Ted Delaney, James W. Fisher, Cheri L. Frieze, Michael E. Fulmer, Judson Todd Graham, Ellis J. Hickey, Walter A. Higginbotham, Charles Howard, Henry Robert Jones, Bobby Joe
Kurtz, Myers R. Lane, Chuck Larsen MD FACS, Erik Nicoll III, Harry A. O'Connell, Thomas W. Pickard III, Harlvan V. Rice, Michael Ray Sakai, James T. Sands, John Stephens, Paul C. Storey, Jonathan Terrey, Dr. Robert J. (Deceased) Teston, Ottis C. Watson, Andrew O. White, Walter Leon
Name: Charles Corbett Branch of Service: Army Years of Military Service: 1969-1971 Rank upon discharge: E-5 Specialties: Supply Foreign countries where veteran was stationed: Republic of Vietnam, Germany
Name: Michael E. Frieze Branch of Service: U.S. Army Airborne Years of Military Service: 22 1/2 (1957 - 1979) Rank upon discharge: Master Sergeant (E-8) Specialties: Reconnaissance - Operations - Intelligence - Training Foreign countries where veteran was stationed: Germany - Vietnam (2) - Korea Medals/Honors Received: Combat Infantry Badge/Master Parachute Badge/Meritorious Service Medal/Bronze Star Medal/Vietnam Service Medal/Vietnam Campaign Medal/National Defense Services Medal/Army Commendation Medal w/ 2 OLC/Good Conduct Medal 5th Award/Presidential Unit Citation/Meritorious Unit Citation/3 Overseas Bars. Highlights of Military Service: Airborne School Assignment to 101st Airborne (Screaming Eagles); Security Duty on East-West German Border; 2 Tours in Vietnam; Parachute Operations in 8 countries and 4 states; selected to Serve as training advisor to the New Jersey Army Reserves and National Guard. Why do you believe it is important for young people to register and vote? The right to vote and select the people who run our various forms of government is a right that has been paid for by the blood of American Veterans. It should not be taken lightly and should be exercised by all citizens.
Name: John Sands Branch of Service: U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Army Years of Military Service: 24 years Rank upon discharge: E-6 Specialties: Guerilla warfare, cold weather mountain training, area assessment intelligence, radio operator code decipher and encipher. Foreign countries where veteran was stationed: Philippines, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Germany, Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, China, Greece, East Germany Medals/Honors Received: Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Combat Infantryman 2nd Award, Master Parachutist Badge, Korean Service Medal, National Defense Medal, United Nations Service Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, Philippine Defense Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Expert Rifle, Expert Pistol Highlights of military service: A chance to be a humanitarian, save a life, aiding an injured person, help anyone who is in distress.
Why do you believe it is important for young people to register and vote? Voting is a privileged right. It is a chance to vote for the candidate of your choice.
Letter from Mr. John Sands
Name: Michael Ray Rice ( form submitted by Ms. Ellie Rice) Branch of Service: US Army 25th Infantry Division Years of Military Service: July 17, 1967 - December 26, 1967 Rank upon discharge: Private First Class E-3 Specialties: 65th Engineer Battalion Foreign countries where veteran was stationed: Republic of Vietnam Medals/Honors Received: Bronze Star Medal with "V" Device, Purple Heart Award, Military Merit Medal (Republic of Vietnam), Gallantry Cross wtih Palm (Republic of Vietnam) Highlights of Military Service: Heroic actions - volunteered for mission causing his death. Why do you believe it is important for young people to register and vote? It is an American right. However it can be very dangerous when it is done for popularity or because you do not "like" a candidate. I hear this all too often.
Picture of Mr. Rice - Age 20, Fort Leonard Wood, MO
Name: Daniel Pryor Bierman, Sr.
Branch of service: U S Navy
Years of military service: 1944-1946 and 1950-1951
Rank upon discharge: CT3
Specialties: HI-FI Direction Finding, Soviet Union - Russian Language Intercept on Shortwave High Speed.
Medals / Honors Received: WWII Victory Medal, American Campaign Medal, National Defense Medal, and Unit Citation Ribbon.
Highlights of military service: Boot Camp, Sampson, New York in 1944; Radioman School, Bainbridge, Maryland in 1945; Intercept Language School, Cheltenham, Maryland in 1945; Communication Intel, Nebraska Ave., Washington DC; Radio Listening Station, Dupont, South Carolina in 1945-1946; Adak, Alaska, Aleutian Islands in 1950-1951; Bainbrige Island, Washington-Intercept School in 1951.
Why do you believe it is important for young people to register and vote? To be active in voting for those in position locally, state and federal to protect our system of democratic freedom and national security of our republic.
Mr. Bierman with R. Adm Boensel and Congressman Crenshaw
Name: Charles Higginbotham Branch of Service: U.S. Army Years of Military Service: 3 years Rank upon discharge: E-4 Specialties: Aircraft Electrician Foreign countries where veteran was stationed: Korea Medals/Honors Received: National Defense Medal, Army Achievment Medal, Army Comendation Medal and Air Crewmans Wings. Highlights of Military Service: Travling and serving overseas. Meeting people from all over the world. Why do you believe it is important for young people to register and vote? No matter what your political views, voting is important. Many people have died to allow them that privilage.
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