LTC Charles “Chad” Buehring

Lt. Col. Charles “Chad” Buehring was commissioned as an Infantry Officer from The Citadel in 1985. His first assignment was with the newly formed 2-22nd Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division as a platoon leader at Fort Benning, Ga., and later as a company...

SGT Vergil Maples

I landed in Plieku, South Vietnam on December 22, 1967 with the 4th Infantry Division Field Artillery. I spent all but a few days of 1968 in the Republic of Vietnam. I am a 6th generation Texan from Buda, Texas where I still reside. We honor you, Vergil Maples....

1LT Jay Wiginton

I was a 1st Lt., and operations officer in the 1099th medium boat company. I now live at Canyon Lake, TX. We honor you, Jay Wiginton. (#Repost @http://tcvvm.org/project/jay-wiginton/)

PVT Jimmy L Johnson

Houston native Jimmy Johnson saved lives. As a Dustoff medic in Vietnam, the young Army soldier was the central member of a four-person crew who flew unarmed into battle every day – sometimes several times a day – to rescue people hurt in the war. Johnson flew 800...

CPL Albert Ellsworth Boothroyd

Corporal Boothroyd was a member of Headquarters and Service Battery, 38th Field Artillery Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division. He was taken Prisoner of War while defending the withdrawal of U.S. Army forces near Kunu-ri, North Korea against overwhelming Chinese forces on...

CPT Humbert Roque “Rocky” Versace

Many believe that Captain Rocky Versace epitomizes all that the U.S. Military Academy at West Point stands for and lived by the code of “Duty, Honor, Country.” Capt. Versace was a Special Forces officer who was executed by the Viet Cong while being held as a...