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Killed in Action
Leroy was assigned to the 127th Infantry and took part in The Battle of Driniumor River (also called The Battle of Aitape) 10 July - 25 August 1944 in Western New Guinea or specifically at Aitape, Sandaun Province, Papau New Guinea. During July and August 1944, nearly 10,000 Japanese perished. Almost 3,000 Americans fell along the Driniumor, 440 of them killed. In terms of American casualties, it was MacArthur's most costly campaign since Buna.
Senior Class Vice President
Sgt. Hoke shot down by enemy fighters
Senior Class President
Fatally wounded by enemy gunfire
during the attempted evacuation of a wounded comrade.
Silver Star for gallantry in action
Chaplain's Aide Killed in Italy
88th "Blue Devil" Infantry division of the Fifth army in Italy
LIEUT. DONALD G. WILSON KILLED OVER ITALY
Lieutenant Wilson, pilot of a B-17 bomber, who once before was missing in action over Germany but out-witted enemy forces and returned safely to his base last November, was stationed in Italy with the army's 15th air force. Purple Heart medal for wounds suffered.
Lieutenant Wilson, pilot of a B-17 bomber
"He was a leader among men and will long be remembered by those with whom he served."
Awarded the air medal and an oak leaf cluster
John A. "Johnnie" Schultz - Class Of 1949
Private Schultz was a member of the 5th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in South Korea on September 2, 1950. Private Schultz was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal and the Republic of Korea War Service Medal.
Killed by sniper in Vietnam
Helicopter Pilot Shot down in Vietnam
Decorated Military Service
Mainord Weaver, Teacher 1951
Flew "the China-Burma-India Hump"
Capt. Stuart Jay Bearup
World War II, combat Brittany region of France
Promoted to Captain and received the Bronze Star
Awarded the Bronze Star
A medic in Vietnam. His Bronze Star was from staying behind with a Doctor to tend
wounded that couldn't be moved as unit retreated due to enemy advance.
Wounded in action, purple heart.
Pvt. Charles Nathan Green, 23, served with the field artillery in Italy. In June 1944, he and another soldier captured three German prisoners, was wounded, returned home, then a month later, returned to duty with his company. He served, with distinction, until honorable discharge in 1945.
Class of 1965 Steve Senzig <<link to his profile>>
Click to read, Vietnam Vignettes: From Tet Offensive, The Racetrack, "We used .50 caliber machine gun fire to blow openings in the brick wall around the race track (five feet high and four feet thick), then drove through the openings and engaged the enemy. I will never forget the look on the face of the NVA artillery guy as he frantically cranked to bring his gun to bear on us, knowing he wasn't going to make it." (Parental Warning: Some of Steve’s language is graphic and a few of the scenes he describes are violent, but these are extraordinary recollections and we wanted to let his own words come through. The language and opinions are not meant to offend, but to illuminate the extreme experiences of one of our most dedicated classmates.)
Purple Heart, wounded in action, Korea