east nashville high veterans 1960-69
Jim Bass   60 Air Force 1961-1981 Vietnam 1 Technical Sergeant
Jordan Beasley   60 Air Force 1963-2002 Gulf War 1 I served in the Air force as a crew member on C-130 aircraft. I served in Asia, Europe, and South and Latin America. I retired as a Chief Master Sergeant. I served 16 years active duty and 34 years in the Tennessee Air national guard with a total of 40 years total military service. I was involved with Army Rangers and Navy Seal teams in South America drug missions. I flew supply missions into  El Salvador during their war with Nicaragua  while based in the Republic of Panama. I flew airdrop and supply missions in Kosovo during that conflict and serviced in both Gulf wars.
Mac Grisham   60 Army Reserves 1965-1971   1 Medic in Field Hospital Unit
James Howard Hughes     60 Army     1  
Victor Bellos   61 Army     1 Served his tour in Germany.  Received several distinguished service awards.
Harold Norris   61 Navy     1  
Larry Rawls   61 Marines 1961-1967   1 Served in Vietnam at DaNang in 1964.  Station at Quantico, VA - Camp Lejune, NC - Mediterranean cruise/USS Mountrail-APA213
Mack Rhea   61 Army 1965-1967   1 1 Lieutenant, Army Signal Corps, Stationed in Panama
Phillip Davenport   62 Navy     D Master Chief
Mickey Franklin   62 Army   Vietnam 1 Captain, Helicopter Pilot, 192nd Assault Helicopter Company, Vietnam March 1969-March 1970
Jerry Frensley   62 Air Force 1967-1989   1 Air National Guard   
Bill M. Hester, Jr.   62 Army Reserves 1966-1972   1  
Joe Lawson   62 Navy 1963-1965   1 Retired from Tennessee Air National Guard after 20 years
William McPherson   62 Army 1967-1970 Vietnam 1 116th Assualt. Helicopter company platoon leader.   Commendation Medal with V for valor, AIr medal with 25 oak leaf clusters, Bronze Star, Distinguished Flying Cross with 2 oak leaf clusters.  Was a Captain when I left the service
Robert Morrison   62 Naval Reserve 1967-1971 Vietnam 1  
Bobby Scott   62 Marines 1966-1968 Vietnam 1 In Vietnam 13 months
Ronald D. Stone   62 Army 1968-1970 Vietnam 1  
Robert Thomas Stinnett   62 Army     D 2nd Lieutenant, served in Naples, Italy
George Strovinkas   62 Army 1967-1972   1 310th Civil Affairs Unit 
David Vaughn   62 Army 1964-1970   1 Sgt. E-5 500 MI Gp  Tokyo,  116 MI Gp Washington, DC 
Vernon Leroy Davis   63 Air Force 1968-1979   1 Titan II Ballistic/Missile Analysis Tech/Precision Metrology Electronics Lab Tech
Tommy Gentray   63 Navy     D  
Jimmy Knight   63 Navy     1  
Pete Mason   63 Army National Guard 1965-1971   1  
Dan Olphie   63 Navy 1963-1982 Vietnam 1  
William  "Bill" Satterfield   63 Army   Vietnam D  
Roy Russell Seagraves   63 Navy   Vietnam D  
Larry Joe Stovall   63 Army   Vietnam 1  
Kenneth Beauchamp   64 Navy 1968-1972   1 Second Class Petty Officer (E5)
David Crouch   64 Air Force 1964-1984   1 Captain- I served in Southeast Asia and Berlin, Germany.  I was  awarded a Meritorious Service Medal, with 2 oak leaf clusters; an Air Force Commendation Medal, with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, plus some others.  When I retired in 1984 as a Captain, after 20 years in electronics, I had earned a BS in Industrial Management from Purdue University; and a Masters in Management from Websters University.
Tommy Dews   64 Air Force 1969-1971   1 Sergeant E4. Kadena FB, Okinawa, Japan
Joel Dunaway   64 Air Force 1964-1968 Vietnam 1 Medals: National defense, Vietnam service, good conduct, and small arms expert
Harold Eck   64       1  
Billy Ferrell   64 Navy     D  
Ron Fisher   64 Navy 1966-1989   1 Navy/Naval Reserve, Retired after 23 years. Chief Petty Officer
Tom Guthrie   64 Navy 1966-1968   1 ADJ. Jets in South Pacific
Donna Lovell   64 Air Force 1973-2002   1 Retired Lieutenant Colonol NC
Jerry Gray Marable   64 Army 1966-1969 Vietnam 1  
Charles Gerald Mize   64 Mize     D Spec 4
Herbert Roberts   64 Air Force 1969-1973   1 39 months in Turkey. I served in Security Service, which is now called Air Force Intelligence. I spent 39 months in Turkey at Karamursel Air Station. 
George Webster   64 Army 1967-1969 Vietnam 1 E4 587 Signal company 
Stephen Bumbalough   65 Army 1967-1969 Vietnam 1 SGT E5, 278th attached to 4th Infantry Div.
Michael (Mickey) Collier   65 Marines     D  
Leslie Fuller   65 Air Force 1966-1970 Vietnam 1  
James Michael Fuqua   65 Navy 1967   1  
Jerry Donald Gillespie   65 Army 1966-1968 Vietnam 1  
Kenneth DeWayne Green   65 Army 1966-1968 Korean 1  
Charles Hamilton   65 Marines 1966-1970 Vietnam D  
Paul Hinkle     65 Navy   Vietnam D Received 2 purple hearts/Medical Corpsman
Kenneth Hinkle, Jr.   65 Army 1969-1971   1  
Robert Andrews Hughes, Jr.   65 Army   Vietnam 1  
Richard Johnson   65 Army   Vietnam   Served in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. Flew a helicopter. Retired as a colonel O-6
John Hubert Jones   65 Marines 1965-1967 Vietnam D KIA on August 16 1967/Awarded the Silver Star. Sgt Co. "C", 1st Battalion, 3rd Marines Division. The President of the United States of America takes pride in presenting the Silver Star (Posthumously) to Sergeant John H. Jones (MCSN: 2152507), United States Marine Corps, for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action while serving with Company C, Battalion Landing Team 1/3, Ninth Marine Amphibious Brigade, during Operation COCHISE, in Quang Tin Province, Republic of Vietnam, on 16 August 1967. Sergeant Jones' squad was advancing across open rice paddies toward a tree line designated as a platoon intermediate objective. When the tree line was thirty meters distant, the six-man squad was enveloped in a withering volley of small-arms and automatic weapons fire, inflicting immediate casualties on three of his men. Finding that his radio was smashed by the enemy fire, Sergeant Jones sent two men back to bring aid and relay his situation while he remained to offer covering fire. After marking one machine-gun bunker with smoke, in the face of certain death and with complete disregard for his own safety, Sergeant Jones unhesitatingly crawled forward to give aid and assistance to one of his wounded comrades, and was mortally wounded. As a result of his actions, a relief force was able to recover all of the wounded Marines and destroy the machine-gun position he had previously marked. Sergeant Jones gallantly sacrificed his own life in an attempt to safe the lives of his men while continuing to carry out his mission. Sergeant Jones' actions reflected great credit upon himself and the Marine Corps, and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. He gallantly gave his life for his country.
Action Date: 16-Aug-67
Joe Keef   65 Army 1968-1970   1 Sgt.,Squad Leader.  Airborne - Ranger Infantry-DMZ Korea
Ernie Knight   65 Navy     1  
Buddy Lawhorn   65 Marines 1966-1972   1 USMC Reserve
Kenneth "Biff" Merrill   65 Army Reserves     D  
Richard Mayfield   65 Army 1970-1972 Vietnam 1 Sp5, Awards and Decorations Clerk with 7/1 Cavalry. Vietnam 1970-1971. MEDALS: Vietnam. National Defense, Good Conduct, Army Commendation, M16, M60, 45 Caliber Expert, Vietnam Campaign, Vietnam Service, Bronze Star Medals
Michael "Buster" Merrill   65 Marines 1966-1967 Vietnam 1 Combat Engineer, "Tunnel Rat:
Tommy Pirtle   65 Army   Vietnam D  
Jerry Ragan   65 Navy 1965-1978   1 Enlisted rank of Electronics Technician Second Class (E5) before receiving an Officer's Commission in 1969.  I left active duty in 1972 as a Lieutenant, and left the Navy in 1978.
Michael Rainey   65 Navy 1965-1968   D  
Dale Stephens   65 Navy     D Navy Seals
James Wison   65 Army 1965-1970 Vietnam D  
Robert Bruce   66 Army 16969-1983 Vietnam 1 Vietnam 1970-1973, Company C, 1st Special Forces Group, 1st Special Forces
James Costello   66 Army 1968-1971 Vietnam 1  
William (Buddy) Curran   66 Air Force            Air National Guard 1967-1992   1 Tennessee Air Guard  118th Combat Support Retired With 25 Years of Service
Richard K. Delk   66 Army     1966-1968 Vietnam 1  
Harold Finchum   66 Army    1971-1973 Vietnam D SP4
William C. Fisher   66 Army                      Air Force         Air Guard 1966-2007   1 Army 1966-1968 Okinawa/Air Force 1979-2007/Air Guard 28 years
Michael Greenfield   66 Navy     1  
Larry Eugene Gregory   66 Army    1968-1971   1  
David Griffin   66 Air Force 1969-1974   1  
Joe R. Hampton   66 Army 1968-1971 Vietnam 1 Vietnam June 1969-June 1970
Budro Harrington   66 Navy 1968-1970 Vietnam 1 USS Wasp
Gary Hudgens   66 Army 1966-1967   1 E-5,  561 Military Police - Washington D.C.
Donald Manley   66 Army 1968-1970   1  
David Meador   66 Navy 1966-1970 Vietnam 1 Was onboard USS Chipola 1966-1967 and River Assault Squadron 13 in Mekong Delta Viet Nam 1967-1970 
Larry Prince   66 Navy 1966-1969   1  
Jim Richards   66 Army 1966-1987 Vietnam 1 Vietnam 1967-1968
Lester Self   66 Navy 1968-1972 Vietnam 1 Vietnam 2 Tours, US 7th Fleet Tonkin/USS Hancock CVA-19 Aircraft Carrier
Danny Sherrod   66 Army 1966-1968   1 Germany
Clyde Sloan   66 Army     D  
Billy Smith   66 Army 1966-1969 Vietnam 1 served in Viet Nam 1967-68 during the Tet Offensive. Specialist E-5
Jerry Sullivan   66 Air Force 1966-1970 Vietnam 1  
Cliff Tayse   66 Marines 1967-1969   D Retired from Air Force in 1999
Robert M.  Wright   66 Air Force 1967-1971 Vietnam 1 Vietnam 1969-1970, Sgt.
Dennis Brady   67 Marines 1967-1969 Vietnam 1 Corporal, Infantry, Ribbons-National Defense, Vietnamese campaign, Vietnamese Service, Vietnamese Gallantry Award, Combat Action, 2 Navy Unit Citations
Edward Brown   67 Army 1967-1970 Vietnam D  
Anthony James DePasquo   67 Air Force     D Sgt., Germany Peacetime, died in auto accident in Germany
Charles Gregory   67 Navy 1969-1973 Vietnam 1 Hospital Corpsman, Petty Officer 3rd class
Terry W. Heald   67 Army 1968-1970 Vietnam 1 101st Airborne Division
Jerry Holcomb   67 Air National Guard 1968-2004   1 Master sergeant
Robert Huff   67 Army 1969-1971   D Peacetime-Germany
Ronnie Huff   67 Army 1967-1970 Vietnam 1 Tank Battalion
John Leonard Humphrey   67 Army 1969-1971   1  
Virgil Paul Johnson    67 Army   Vietnam 1  
Donald Kenton   67 Air Force 1970-1974   1 Bomb Loader/U-TAPAO Thailand B-52 base
Robert (Rick) Lott   67 Army National Guard 1971-1977   1 E-6  
Glenn Manley   67 Air Force 1969-1973   1 4756th Medical Corp Air Defense Command
Larry Moore   67 Marines 1967-1969 Vietnam D  
Patricia (Neal) Orlando 67 Navy 1967-1970   1 Radioman, E-5, stationed at Norfolk, VA during Vietnam era
Drake Pasayan   67 Army 1969-1971 Vietnam 1  
Tom Pursell    67 Army     1  
Robert Ramsey   67 Navy   Vietnam 1 After graduation, I was drafted and ended up in Naval Special Forces. I arrived in Vietnam at the wrong time, during the TET Offense and although wounded, I was one of the lucky ones. I recovered in Subic Bay, PI and spent the remaining of my tour onboard an Aircraft Carrier.
Joe Sanders   67 Army 1969-1971 Vietnam 1 E-5 Sgt. Combat Engineer
Richard Sircy   67 Army 1968-1989 Vietnam 1 1st Infantry Division, Served 21 years.
Robert Spelta   67 Air Force 1967-1973   1 Sgt., Cryptologist/155th Tactical fighter squadron/5 tours in South East Asia
Robert (Bob) Wilson   67 Air Force 1967-1992 Vietnam and Desert Storm 1  
Dan Arthur Bolton   68 Marines   Vietnam D KIA, PFC
Hayes Douglas Hargis    68 Air Force     D  
Tommy Hewitt   68 Army   Vietnam 1  
Billy (BJ) Kennamore   68 Marines 1968-1972 Vietnam 1 sergeant. Vietnam 1971-1972
David Pennington   68 Navy 1969-1973 Vietnam 1 E5, CTA2
Greg Segroves   68 Air Force 1968-1972   1 SSgt. E-5,Tenn Air Guard 1977-1982/Army Reserve MP 1982/Army Air Guard 1983, Retired with almost 21 years service
Charles E. Spurlock   68 Marines 1969-1989 Vietnam 1 Master sergeant
Tom Thornton   68 Army 1968-1974   1 Also TN Air National Guard. All my service was stateside in Texas, Arizona, and Tennessee as a military pay specialist
Jerry Kenneth Walls   68 Air National Guard 1982-2008   1 Retired after 25 years of service at rank of Senior Master sergeant.
Jim Wheeler   68 Army 1968-1993 Vietnam 1 Vietnam 1968-1969, Retired from Army in 1993
Ron Williams   68 Navy 1968-1975   1 Special Intelligence
Mike Agee   69 National Guard 1972-2006   1 Attended Tennessee Technological University, Commissioned as  Second Lieutenant, 1973.  Officer Basic Course at Fort Lee, Virginia. Joined the Tennessee Army National Guard in 1974.  Held various positions in Company, Battalion, Brigade and State headquarters, ending as Director of Information Management at State Headquarters. Retired after 34 years, as LTC in 2006
Ken Ross   69 Marines 1969-1972   1  
Danny Ray Yates   69 Air Force 1971-1975   1 Staff Sergeant E5. Served 2 1/2 years in Okinawa, Korea, and Taiwan during the Vietnam War
Weapons and Munitions Specialist. Loaded and armed all weapons and munitions carried on fighter aircraft (mainly F4 Phantom)
Honorably Discharged as Staff Sergeant
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