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Salute To Service – Cpl. Freddie Stowers

February 20th, 2018 by

Salute To Service – Cpl. Freddie Stowers Our Black History Month mini-series continues this week in Salute to service with the story of Corporal Freddie Stowers – a man who, though he could never know it, surely will go down in history as one of the men who started the movement towards the fully-integrated military…

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Salute To Service- Rodney M. Davis

February 20th, 2018 by

Salute To Service – Rodney M. Davis The Vietnam War was a unique conflict in human history – not only did it polarize opinion here at home, but in the field, America’s soldiers had to deal with a number of circumstances that served to make the already hard task of waging war even harder. Taking…

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Salute To Service – Henry Bohler

February 2nd, 2018 by

In honor of Martin Luther King Day and the upcoming Black History Month, over the next few weeks salute to service will focus on a number of celebrated African-American military men – telling their stories and paying our own well deserved tribute. Being proud of our roots here in the CSRA, we don’t think there’s…

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Salute to Service- Philip ‘Casey’ Colman

January 28th, 2018 by

This week’s edition of salute to service features Philip Colman, a military airman who served his country in WW2 and Korea, and whose exemplary career with the USAAF and USAF saw him rise through the ranks to become one of the elite pilots of his era. In addition, as a civilian, he also found time…

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Salute to Service: Thomas Dry Howie, The Major of Saint-Lô

November 15th, 2017 by
Thomas Dry Howie

The poignant tale we tell in this week’s salute to service is that of a man clearly beloved by his comrades, respected by his superiors, and who did his part to help the Allied cause take those first few steps on the road to Berlin. Sadly this South Carolina man became one of the thousands…

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Salute to Service: Women of W.A.S.P.

November 6th, 2017 by
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The year is 1943, and the world is embroiled in a conflict the likes of which has never been seen. Manpower is at a premium on all sides, and this means that all over the world women are again stepping forward and adding their might to the push for victory. For some that means things…

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Salute to Service: Beverly E. “Bevo” Howard

October 27th, 2017 by

Salute to Service: Beverly E. “Bevo” Howard After a trip that took us from one side of the world to the other last week, Salute to Service stays much closer to home this time around, bringing you the story of a local aviation prodigy who (curiously for this series) seemingly never actually joined the armed…

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Salute to Service: Major Archibald Butt

October 20th, 2017 by
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Salute to service this week takes us back more than 100 years, to a man whose life was dedicated to service and the call of duty, however those things presented themselves. Throughout the course of his life he found ways to serve his home town of Augusta and the people of cities dotted all over…

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Salute To Service – Brig. Gen. Robert Lee Scott, Jr

September 28th, 2017 by

This week’s salute to service takes to the skies of WW2 to celebrate the life of a man that was able to not only make his boyhood dream a reality and serve his country at the same time, but was also able to make that dream a lifelong experience, and leave a mark that goes…

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Salute To Service – U.S.S. Augusta, Part Two

September 21st, 2017 by
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Welcome back folks, as the Bob Richards Blog continues the story of the U.S.S. Augusta – a heavy cruiser that served in defense of our country and America’s allies before, during, and after WW2. When part one ended, Augusta had just been ordered back to the U.S. for a refit and transfer to the Atlantic…

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