McKinney, TX (Oct. 14, 2010) at 4:00PM and as family, friends, Patriot Guard Riders, 1st Cavalry, and the southern comfort of a appreciative community welcomed their hero home- Pfc. Cody A. Board.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12, 2010 – Navy officials, current and former crew members and families of the fallen gathered today at Norfolk Naval Station, Va., to remember the 17 sailors killed and 39 others wounded in the al-Qaida attack on the USS Cole 10 years ago today.
I am Robin Hefner and this is my son. This is Shawn’s story that was written by me to honor him and his fellow marines that has taken us in as family as we have also taken them into ours. Thank you to all our military that honor those that fights for our freedom and vow to never forget.
Killeen, TX Sept. 10,2010 the Patriot Guard Riders held their National Gathering of the Guard near Ft. Hood. Remnants of Hurricane Hermine had passed through a couple of days prior and caused a few rain delays.
The Patriot Guard Riders National Gathering of the Guard 2010 is being conducted in Killeen/Ft. Hood Texas. The first mission on Wednesday; escort the ATT from Nolensville to Killeen Conference Center. Their challenge included the remnants of Hurricane Hermine.
LCpl. Dustin Tunnell, recently attended the funeral of one of his uncles. After the ceremonies an elderly man walked up to LCpl. Dustin Tunnell to thank him for his service to our country and admire his uniform. The elderly man began to recall how the uniform was a contributing factor in his decition to join the USMC, but at the time not all Marines were issued a dress uniform since, they were immediately shipped out to war as soon as they completed basic training.
Week ending Jul 17, 2010 the US Department of Defense released the names of 21 military personnel who died, while serving in the United States armed forces. This past week also marked the passing of two notable veterans; a baseball legend & a WWII Medal of Honor Recipient
July 16, 2010 (Dallas, TX) Spc. Jerod Heath Osborne, 20, of Royse City, TX, was laid to rest in Rockwall, TX. After church services concluded …
Vernon Baker, who was the only living black veteran awarded the Medal of Honor for valor in World War II, receiving it 52 years after he wiped out four German machine-gun nests on a hilltop in northern Italy, died Tuesday at his home near St. Maries, Idaho. He was 90.
July 15, 2010 (Dallas, TX) Spc Jerod Heath Osborne, 20, of Royse City, TX, remains arrived in Greenville, TX on a charter plane Wednesday July 14, 2010 at 1300 hours (1:00 PM). The temperature was a scorching 98 degrees as family and friends waited for his arrival.