Harlan Harvey

World War II Navy veteran Harlan Harvey talks with the Times Free Press at his North Shore home in Chattanooga, Tenn. Harvey, 98, still maintains his independence and takes a walk each morning through his neighborhood. (C.B. Schmelter/ Chattanooga Times Free Press via...

Paul Kennedy

Paul Kennedy was expecting to sleep in on the morning of December 7, 1941. He had been on deck duty on board the U.S.S. Sacramento at Pearl Harbor until 4 a.m., then grabbed coffee with a buddy and hadn’t gone to bed until 5:30 a.m. So, when alarms...

Arthur Van Haren Jr.

It is with great family pride and honor that I share with you the life of my tata: Arthur Van Haren Jr. Born on April 9, 1920, in Superior, Arizona, my tata belonged to a Mexican-American pioneer Arizona family. His parents were born in Arizona during territorial...

Officer Douglas S Barney, II

Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake, Utah End of Watch Sunday, January 17, 2016 Police Officer Doug Barney was shot and killed after responding to an accident near the intersection of 4500 South and 2300 East, in Holladay, shortly after 10:00 am. Upon...

Officer Douglas S Barney, II

Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake, Utah End of Watch Sunday, January 17, 2016 Police Officer Doug Barney was shot and killed after responding to an accident near the intersection of 4500 South and 2300 East, in Holladay, shortly after 10:00 am. Upon...

DN Thomas A. Christensen, Jr

18 year old Thomas A. Christensen, Jr., enlisted in the Navy as a Dental Technician, but found himself assigned serving alongside Marines in Korea as their Corpsman. On the drive towards the Chosin Reservoir, Christensen and his unit guarded a railroad train as it was...