Military Tribute

 We Honor our
Paschal High School
Class of 1969
classmates who served in the Armed Forces.

Thank you for your service to our country.
 

Paschal High School - Class of 1969
(Click on their name ~ send them an email)


Robert Anthony
US Army Reserve


John Perez Avina
US Air Force


Bruce Baughman
USAFRES

 


Joe Bentley

US Navy


Kirk Blackmon
USAFRES


Jim Boggess
US Army
  

 

Alan Burbank
Alan Burbank

US Navy

Chris Callaway
Chris Callaway
 US Army


Roland Cook **
US Army

 


Michael Day
US Army


Hank Duncan
US Air Force


Gary Force
 US Air Force

 

James Fulton
James Fulton
 US Army

 


Scott Kring  
US Army

 


Harry Newton
US Navy

 


Don Poe **
 US Air Force

 


Mark Sebastian
 US Navy

 


Eddie Thompson
US Navy & Air Force
 

 


David Waters
US Marine Corps


Ted Heath

US Navy

 


Mark Marchand
US Navy

 


Grady Petty
US Navy

 


Hilton Queton
 US Air Force

 


Paul Stephens
 US Marine Corps

 


Trey Thompson
US Army
 



George White
US Army & Air Force

 


Victoria LeDoux Hill
US Navy

 


Eddie Neel
USAFRES

 


Rumi Ann Petty
 US Army

 


Frank Ricks
 US Army

 


Rick Stone
US Navy
Lottery Number 001

 


Ted "Tommy" Tomlinson Jr **
US Air Force

 

Virtual Viet Nam Wall

A lot of time was spent on the following link and it is truly remarkable.  Click on the picture below and take a look. The link will take you to a 'virtual wall' of all those lost during the Viet Nam war with the names, bio's and other information on our lost comrades. It is a very memorable link, and those who served in that timeframe and lost friends or family can look them up on this site.

First click on a state... then when it opens ... a name... then it should show you a picture of the person or at least their bio and medals.


"Daddy's Girl"

 FYI: Commander Harry S. Newton, United States Navy (Retired), shared the following link to the United States "Flag Code" for our information on flag etiquette:
Section 8. (g) of Title 4 USC- http://www.senate.gov/reference/resources/pdf/RL30243.pdf

 

                                                 
      US Army                US Navy            US Marine Corps       US Air Force      US Coast Guard

 

 Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation's service. Memorial Day was officially proclaimed on 5 May 1868 by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, and was first observed on 30 May 1868, when flowers were placed on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery.

 Veterans Day is an annual American holiday occurring November 11. The same day is also known as Armistice Day or Remembrance Day in other parts of the world.  It began as a commemoration of the end of Word War I on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918.  Since then it has become a salute to all veterans of all wars and to all who have served their country in military service.

If you know of a classmate who should be listed above, please let us know at:  paschal69@me.com