Sgt. Ralph M. Mackey, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mackey, Norton, husband of Alice Seward, San Angelo, graduate of Norton High.
Entered Army, 1944, trained at Okla., Ft. Sam Houston, Texas and Ark. Served in Philippines and Ryukyus. Awarded AP, PL, Victory Ribbons, GCM, 2 Bronze Stars and 1 Bronze Arrowhead. Discharged in 1946.
S/Sgt. Curtis E. McCartney, Rt. 1, Winters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. McCartney, Winters, attended Winters High.
Entered Army, 1943, trained at Mackall, N.C. Manuevered in La. Served in New Guinea, Phil., Okinawa and Japan. Awarded Combat Inf. Badge, GCM, Bronze Star, AP, Victory and PL Ribbons. Discharged in 1946.
T/Sgt. Cecil H. McDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry McDonald, Winters, graduate of Winters High.
Entered Army, 1941, trained at March Field, Calif. and Westover Field, Mass. Served in Philippines, Australia, N. Guinea, Corsica. Awarded Amer. Def., AP, ET, AT Ribbons with Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Wounded on Pampanga, 1942. Discharged in 1945.
Capt. Alexander McGregor, Jr. 205 11th St., Ballinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander McGregor, Ballinger, attended A&M College.
Entered AAC 1943, trained at Camp Beauregard, La., Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Md., Fla. and Ga. Served in N. Guinea, Philippines, Ie Shima and Korea. Awarded AP, PL, Victory, Amer. Def., Occ. Ribbons, 7 Battle Stars and Pres. Cit. Discharged in 1946.
Capt. Jack Bandy McGregor, 205 11th, Ballinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander McGregor, Ballinger, attended Texas A&M.
Entered Army, 1943, trained at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, Camp Lee, Va. and Ft. Belvoir, Va. Served in Hawaii, Saipan, Solomons, Okinawa and Korea. Awarded AP, Victory, Amer. Def., Occ. Ribbons, 2 Battle Stars and 1 Arrowhead. Wounded on Saipan, 1944. Discharged in 1946.
Pfc. Clay W. McIver, Box 505 Winters, son of Mrs. W. W. McIver, Winters, graduate of Drasco High.
Entered AAC 1942, trained at Sheppard Field, Texas and Sioux Falls, S.D. Served in England. Awarded EAME Ribbon with 6 Bronze Stars, GCM, Dist. Unit Badge, OLC and 4 Overseas Serv. Bars. Discharged in 1945.
Major Joseph T. Middleton, 902 10th, Ballinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Ballinger, husband of Ann Newby, graduate of Ballinger High.
Entered Nat'l Guard, 1926, and Army, 1940, trained in Texas, Fla. and Mass. Served in EAME with 36th Div. Awarded Silver Star, Combat Inf. Badge, Purple Heart, 1 Cluster, AT, EAME with 4 Battle Stars, and Am. Def. Ribbons. Wounded twice in France, 1944.
Pfc. Wayne Miller, Rt. 1, Novice, son of Mrs. Jeff Miller, Content, husband of Roxie Ann Robbins, attended Content High.
Entered Army, 1943, trained in N.C. and La. Served in New Guinea, Philippines and Japan. Awarded Combat Inf. Badge, GCM, AT, AP with 3 Battle Stars and PL Ribbons with 2 Bronze Stars. Discharged in 1946.
T/Sgt. Charles G. Milliorn, son of Fred Milliorn, Winters, husband of Virginia West, attended Winters High.
Entered AAF, 1942, trained in Miss., Texas and Idaho. Served in Asiatic Pacific. Awarded GCM, Air Medal, 7 Clusters, Am. Def., DFC, AP with 7 Bronze Stars and PL Ribbon with 1 Star. Discharged in 1945.
Pfc. William T. Moreland, Rt. 1, Winters, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moreland, Belton, husband of Mildred Towler, attended Mazeland High.
Entered Army, 1944, trained at Ft. McClellan, Ala. Served in European Theater. Awarded Purple Heart, Combat Inf. Badge, ET Ribbon with 3 Battle Stars and GCM. Wounded in Luxembourg, 1944. Discharged in 1945.
Born on the family farm in Runnels County April 8, 1924. Parents were David Dewey McDaniel and Polly Elizabeth (Morrison) McDaniel. Graduated from Crews High School. Was attending Sul Ross College when he enlisted.
Enlisted at Fort D.A. Russell on December 10, 1942. Discharged at Separation Center at Camp Fannin Texas February 26, 1946 as a Private First Class.
Trained at numerous Camps starting with Fort Bliss. He received his Medical Technician training at Fitzsimmons General Hospital in Colorado .
He was stationed at the 49th STA Hospital in England when the war ended. Received EAME, GCM, and Victory Medals.