This page is dedicated to all the veterans of the armed forces of the United States. Whether they died in combat or in bed of old age, we all owe them so much, because they bought our freedom for us.

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In Loving Memory of Those Who Served. . .

Listed in alphabetical order by last name.

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ArmyJohn Edward Jaeger
By Jeremy Jaeger, Paradise, CA USA
Kill in WW2 in Luzon, Philippines



POW/MIALarry C. Jamerson
By Robby Suddeth, Rosman, NC USA
You are not forgotten.



ArmyPvt. Earl Comer James
By Patricia Rader
Born: 01/01/1924 died 02/02/1944, in battle, in service of his country WWII...



ArmyCPL. Donald Clifford Jameson
By Lora (The Roz), Hudsonf, FL USA
This is tribute to my Uncle Donald that I have never met. I thank God for him and his honorable service to his country and his people. Served in Gen. George Patton's 3rd Army durning W.W.II. He was awarded the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star He was killed April 14th, 1945 just outside of Berlin, Germany. His jeep ran over a land mine and killed his passenger in tow also. Thank you Uncle Donald and I can't wait to see you in Heaven.



Army Glen W. Jamison
By Marguerite (Jamison) Nolte, Grove City, Ohio
Served from 1939-1945, Honorable discharge, Staff Sargent, proudly fought under Patton's Third at the Battle of the Bulge. Born April 19, 1906, died August 5, 1980.



ArmyS/Sgt. Glen Jamison 345th Reg. 87th Infantry Division
By Glen T. Jamison Greeley, CO USA
Killed in action near Remmling, France 12/15/44. No special awards, just a Purple Heart and remembered as a hero.



Air Force Thomas Ernest Jamison, Sr 213th Aero Squadron, 3rd Pursuit Group, AEF
By Dru Ann JamisonThompson, Greenville, Texas
To the grandfather that I never met who put up the 1st row of tents at Kelly Air Field, and instilled a love for flight in your son. In turn, he gave me an appreciation for Veteran's, aviation, military, and family history.



Air Force Major Thomas Ernest Jamison, Jr 509th Bomb Wing
By Dru Ann Thompson, Greenville, Texas
I miss you dearly. I'll never forget your history lessons, your love of patriotic songs and appreciation for flight.



MarinesCurtis Jarmulowski
By Michael R. Gorny, Pittsburgh, PA USA
curtis was one of the first to join the Marine Corp at the outbreak of WWII and marched in uniform leading the 1st group of draftees to embark on the train to leave Pittsburgh. Curtis was killed in Action in the 1st wave landing at Tarawa in the Pacific war zone and was buried at sea.



MarinesJoseph D. Jarrell (JD)
By Roberta Collins, Toledo, OH USA
PFC Joseph D. Jarrell (JD), 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines. KIA 2-14-66 during Operation Double Eagle I.

Have found some of the guys from 2/4, they would like to hear from others.




NavyRichard Jasman
By Richard Jasman, Sioux City, IA USA
Served abourd the USS. Pegusas IX222 Where is this person located in the World War II Memorial Wall?



MarineSgt. Jerry Wayne Jeffries
By Marilyn Jeffries, Montgomery, WV
Sgt. Jeffries, age 27, was killed in an car crash on July 4, 1998. He served at Camp LeJuene. Please visit his memoral site at http://www.jerryjeffries.net and sign his Memory Book so that we may know you visited...



Coast GuardAlton Wayne Jeffus, Jr.
By Carole Pratt, West Des Moines, IA USA
In memory of a wonderful man, father, and soldier. At age 16 he left Stratton, Nebraska as a boy and came home as a man.



Air ForceLincoln Douglas Jeffus
By Carole Pratt, West Des Moines, IA USA
By Barbara Jeffus, Chugiak, AK USA
By Carole Pratt
In memory of a wonderful man, father, soldier and favorite Uncle.

By Barbara Jeffus
You gave almost 37 years to your country and God took you too quickly. For God and country did you serve. I will always love you.




Air ForceRay A Jelle
By Eric Jelle (USAF), Colorado Springs, CO USA
"I have no greater pride than in being a third generation honorably dischargd veteran of the US Armed Forces following in my father's and his father's footsteps. God bless them both for those sacrifices I now understand."



ArmyRichard M Jelle
By Eric Jelle (USAF), Colorado Springs, CO USA
"I have no greater pride than in being a third generation honorably dischargd veteran of the US Armed Forces following in my father's and his father's footsteps. God bless them both for those sacrifices I now understand."



POW/MIAArmy Lester Jenkins
By Leslie L. Jenkins, Lima, Ohio
This is to honor my grandfather, the bravest man I've ever known. He passed away March 2005. As a child I remember looking at all his metals everytime I went to his house...I can't remember what all of them were, but I can remember he had two Purple Hearts. He is deeply missed by his family and friends.



Marine Sgt. Alan T. Jensen
By David Jensen, Golden, Colorado
KIA 17 Oct 1967 RVN was with 1st Force Recon.



Army Tinius Jensen 341st Machine Gun Battalion, 89th Infantry Division
By Shane E. Olson, Halma-Lake Bronson SAL Post Commander, MN USA
Tinius Jensen of Karlstad, MN, served with the 341st Machine Gun Battalion, 89th Infantry Division. Tinius gave the supreme sacfrice on November 1, 1918, just 10 days before the Armistace was signed. Tinius is honored during "Call the Roll" at the Karlstad American Legion Post #445 Memorial Day service. "Let us dedicate ourselves to the task of carrying on that those whom we honor shall not have died in vain."



ArmySSgt. Kenneth D. Jerome
By Paul L. Jerome, Bangor, ME USA
My father, the hero I never knew. He did his time, 10th Engineers, in Korea. Survived, came home a happy man. He met my mother and it was love. They had three girls, then 15 years later, I was born.

I knew this hero for 16 months. He died in the backyard of a heart attack June, 1973.

Perhaps it was for him I joined the Marine Corps. Perhaps I felt I had something to prove. Whatever the reason, I know he was there in spirit that fall day. I could feel him with me as I was pronounced a Marine.

Dad, I may have never really known you, but I will never forget you.

I love you,

Paul




NavyDelton Jessee
By Matt Jessee, Hickory, NC USA
My grandfather I never really got to know too much layed into eternal rest Saturday, March 4, 1995



NavyAndrew Jimcosky
By Melissa Johnson, Hazlet, NJ USA
My grandfather... He died 12/4/1997



Army Gordon Jimo
By Laura Kurilla, Romulus, MI
Father of 6



MarineMaster Gunnery Sargeant Richard Joath
By Wayde C. Vanvelkinburgh, Lutz, FL USA
You inspired me to join the Marines in 1978. You survived the Korean Conflict and Vietnam but couldn't survive life. Died in the early ninties. Will always consider you a friend and mentor. SEMPER FI



MarinesRaymond John
By Richard Jacques, Hammond, IN USA
Respect one another and live that way.



NavyAlex B. Johnson
By Brenda Johnson Stevens, New Iberia, Louisiana
He served in WWII and the Korean War. He received an honorable discharge after being burned in an explosion aboard a naval ship. He married Georgia Renard from Delcambre Louisiana.



MarineDonald Vern Johnson
By Robert D. Harrison, Alvin, TX USA
I served with Don in Vietnam with Foxtrot Co. 2nd bat. 1st. Marines. I was wounded at Con Thien January 21, 1968 I found out in 1970 by a fellow Marine that Don was killed in action. I recently found his name on the traveling wall in Houston,Tx. To his family you have my deepest regret for he was a good person. Simper Fi Don.



ArmyPvt. Harold D. Johnson
By Carol (sister), Stacy (niece), Kurt (nephew), Keith (nephew) Peterson, (and many others who missed never knowing him), South Milwaukee, WI USA
Induction: October 3, 1944 - Death: April 16, 1945 (his birthday)

The only son of an only son and Carol's only sibling.

"He was a runner for the platoon and had just delivered a message to his sergeant when a sniper shot both men. Your son died instantly. Their comrades immediately found and killed the sniper. His excellent character, personality and devotion to duty won the high esteem of all who knew him." (as written by the Army Chaplain, 5/02/45)




ArmyHarrold I Johnson
By Matt Johnson, Dallas, TX USA
From a Gulf War vet to a Korean War vet. Thanks Dad!

In Memory of My Dad Harry Johnson Of Melrose Ma, Who faught in the Korean War. He died Jan 4th 1984. He was shot in the shin durring combat, and was awarded the Purple Heart. I remember as a child how his shin was indented and just figured he'd hit it on the bed rails like I did several times.. Ouch.




MarinesJack A. Johnson. Cpl USMC
By Ira Joseph, Seaside, CA USA
Jack died in 1980.Jack was a Korean War Vet. He was with 3rd. Bn. 1st. Mar. Regt.



NavyJon M. Johnson
By Jim Johnson, Kennewick, WA USA
Thank you Dad, for the 23+ years you served our country. You have instilled in me Pride for my country and respect for All those who serve her. May you find peaceful rest in Gods arms until we meet again. I Love and Miss you so much Dad. – Jim



ArmySgt. Joseph Wallace Johnson
By Donna Alexander, Tallassee, AL USA
Husband of Pom Sun Yang (Ann Johnson) Father of (Annie Johnson) Brother of (Sandra Waites Honert, Glenda Waites Crowe, Donna Howell Alexander, Alicia Howell Simmons) Son of (Myra Avalane Johnson Waites Howell, and William Glenn Waites) In Loving Memory Of Our Brother, We love you now as we did then. Our hearts are full of sadness after all these years, not knowing your wife and child, as we did you. You will live forever in all of your sister's and friend's. Our brother was born on July, 21, 1951 in Tallassee Al. and entered into heaven on April, 6, 1971 in Viet Nam. He now walks hand in hand with his loving parents and all that went before them.



ArmyMarvin Oliver Johnson
By Shane E. Olson, Halma, MN USA
Lifelong friend and neighbor who served during the Korean War. Adjutant and lifetime member of the Halma-Lake Bronson Legion Post #315, lifetime member of the Kennedy VFW and also belonged to the Kittson County 40 et 8. Died December, 2000. Very patriotic and led each Memorial Day address for the Legion Post.. Love ya Marv.



Navy Ralph P. Johnson
By Shane Olson, Halma-Lake Bronson SAL Commander Halma, MN USA
KIA 09 Nov 1943, Casa Blanca, N. Africa. MIA, Buried at Sea, Tablets of the Missing at North Africa American Cemetery Carthage, Tunisia. Ralph, of Lake Bronson, MN, Seaman, Second Class, US Navy, is one of the Gold Stars from the communities of Halma and Lake Bronson to be killed in action in World War II during Operation Torch. Awarded the Purple Heart for being killed in action. Ralph is honored during "Call the Roll" at the Halma-Lake Bronson American Legion Post #315 Memorial Day service. "Let us dedicate ourselves to the task of carrying on that those whom we honor shall not have died in vain."



MarineLCpl Ronald Johnson
By Ron McCormick, Fruitland Park, FL USA
I will never forget you guys. 1/5 Marines and Corpman who died March 20, 1989 near Pohang, Korea.



NavyWilber Dale Johnson
By Carol J. Johnson, San Jose, CA USA
Wilber Dale Johnson, USNR, who belonged to the VH-2 squadron and served in the South Pacific area. He, along with ten other crew members were on a routine mission north of Saipan, on July 27th, 1945, when for some reason, the plane contacted the surface of a glassy open sea, in a nose down attitude at a high rate of speed; the nose buried itself in a swell and the airplane was destroyed. There were three survivors, my father, who was only 19 years old did not survive this tragedy. Therefore, I never had the pleasure of knowing him, but his memory will always be in my heart.



ArmyWilliam N Johnson
By William R Johnson, Salem, NJ USA
My dad was killed Nov 12 1944 in Belgium at the battle of the bulge' received bronze star and purple heart. Is buried in Epinol France. May God bless him.



Army Clarence P. Johnston
By Connie Carmichael, Fort Myers, Florida
WW1 motorcycle despatcher. Aisne-Marne; St Mihel; Meuse-Argonne; Defensive Sector. Thank you grandpa, I will never forget you.



NavyDonald Leslie Johnston
By Diane Lesly, Sacramento, CA USA
Don served aboard the USS Prince William. As Baker 3rd class he kept our boys well fed. After the war he baked for Rainbo bread for the rest of his life. He retired in 1985, and passed on 2/1/91 of a heart attack. We all miss you Dad, but we know your happy and with Mom.



POW/MIAAir Force Steven Bryce Johnston
By Jack H. Cloud, U. S. Army 1966-1969, Tulsa, OK
Capt Muskogee, OK 01-04-73



Army Joseph Frank Jolivette Jr.
By Delores A Broussard, Fairfield, CA
Our dear brother, Frank, passed away on Sept. 2, 2004. He served in Vietnam with honor, receiving a bronze star. He was an avid boxing & baseball fan. We shall never forget how kindhearted he was and forever cherish our memories. God Speed brother.



Marine PFC Marvin H. Jolliff
By Don Jolliff, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Marvin was KIA three days before the cease-fire in Korea, July 25, 1953. He was a big, good looking guy and 20 years old. Never married. He was a machine-gunner and his position was overrun by the Chi-coms at Boulder City, the last battle fought by Marines in Korea. He almost came home.
Semper Fi, brother.




ArmySGT Clifford Jones
By Vernon Cole, Sacramento, CA USA
Clifford Jones was with the II Corp Mike Force of the 5th Special Forces Group. He was killed during the 1968 Tet Offensive in Pleiku, South Vietnam. A good young man of 19 years of age. He served with pride and was proud to be an American protecting the Montagnard people of the Central Highlands. He was loved by all that served with him.



MarineJames Jones
By Rick Williams U.S.M.C., Liberty SC USA
KIA Viet Nam. My brother in arms and in life.



MarineJ.J. Jones
By Bobby H. Earp, Dunn, NC USA
J.J. served with 1st. Recon U.S.M.C. was killed in Viet Nam 7-69 on his second tour did not have to be there, but chose to be, a friend to all.



ArmySp-5 Jimmy J. Jones Jr. KIA 3/7/70
By William "Bill" Kimbrell, Walhalla, SC USA
In Honor of All My Fallen Brothers. Thank you for your ultimate "Jungle Cut."

Brothers Forever,
Bill




Army Sgt. John Robert Jones
By Kris Fry, Dallas, TX
Sgt. Jones was a member of the U.S. Army Special Forces, Task Force 1 Advisory Element, USARV TAG SUP during the Vietnam War. He was assigned to the Hickory Hill radio relay site, Where they were attacked by an out numbering NVA Battalion. Due to terrible weather conditions they could not be Evac'ed. After a couragous fight their "Hill" was eventually over run. John was listed as MIA on 05-June-71

Thank you for the ultimate sacrifice
You are not forgotten, Nor will you be!




ArmyLarry K. Jones
By Kizzie Marie Jones, Edmonds, WA USABR My Father, a fallen Night Stalker, was killed in active duty in 1983. He served in Korea and Vietnam. I had the privilege of having him in my life for 8 years. He will always be my hero.



Navy S1 Lloyd Jones
By Carol Bennett, Granville Summit, PA
The Broken Chain... We knew that morning that God was going to call your name.. In life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same.. It broke our hearts to lose you, you did not go alone; for part of us went with you , the day God called you home..You left us peaceful memories, your love is still our guide; and though we cannot see you , you are always at our side.. Our family chain is broken, and nothing seems the same: but as God calls us one by one, the Chain will link again.

Dad, We love you so much and we miss you so deeply.. Please remember that you are always with us wherever we are..Our memories are wonderful and nothing can ever take that away from us..

Dad, someday when we are all with you in heaven, we will rejoice again.. Please remember that I will always be " Daddy's Little Girl " .. No one can ever take your place with us.. I love you Dad.

Your Loving Daughter, Carol In memory of 1 year ago, April ,8, 2004 - April 8, 2005




Marine Roy Jones
By Cindy Atkinson, Lachine, Mi.
b. Oct.3,1917 in Cathro Mi d. Jan.25,2003 in Lachine Mi. Loveing father and grandfather loyal friend a true gentleman forever will be missed till we meet again.



ArmyWayne E. Jones CWO3 U.S. Army
By Edwin E. Jones, Fairbanks, AK USA
His love of flying took him to Viet Nam. He died in a plane crash near Plieku Aug. 17th 1967 his mother's birthday. Wayne and I were the first brothers to serve together with the Alsaka State Troopers.



MarinesJimmy Dale Jordan
By Timothy C Hubbel, Oakdale, CA USA
Jimmy Dale Jordan was one of 22 Marine enlistee's that were recruited in the early summer of "65" to celebrate the retirement of our recruiter. Jim was assigned to Amtracs. On 17 May 1966 Jimmy was killed in action when his trac was struck by a mine. Jimmy graduated from Oakdale High School in June of 65 and we all left for San Diego 6/30/65.
Jimmy You will never be forgtten.

Semper Fi Buddy
Tim Hubbel




Air Force Master Sargeant Robert E Lee Jordan
By Connie Jordan Frost, Slidell, LA
He served 22 years in the USAF and as an underaged kid in the Navy during WWII. I want him to know how much he is missed and loved and how proud we are of him for serving his country during WWII,the Korean War,and Viet Nam era. My family and I are so proud that he is buried in the National Cemetary in Biloxi Ms.



Johnny Justice
By Stacy Justice, Pikeville KY USA
Branch of service is unknown. This was a great man he passed away May 5, 1999, and is forevered loved and remembered by his family.



Air Force Olen Justice
By Larry Stanley,Adrian Twp.,MI.
World War II Army Air Force Veteran,died 11:40 a.m.,Friday,Jan.1,1999,age 77 at his home in Pikeville,KY.Olen was son of the late Bob and Bertha (Looney) Justice.Buried Johnson Memorial Park,Pikeville.He was a retired coal miner and worked for Republic Steel for 32 yrs.Member of the Lick Creek Holiness Church,Pike Co.,KY.



Listed in alphabetical order by last name.

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