John R. Howard – Staff Sergeant, United States Marine Corps


NEWS RELEASE from the United States Department of Defense No. 782-04 IMMEDIATE RELEASE DoD Identifies Marine Casualties The Department of Defense announced today the death of two Marines who were supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. Staff Sergeant John R. Howard, 26, of Covington, Virginia Lance Corporal Tavon L. Hubbard, 24, of Reston, Virginia Both Marines died August … Read more

Richard C. Catledge – Major General, United States Air Force


MAJOR GENERAL RICHARD C. CATLEDGE Retired September 1, 1973. Died August 12, 2007 Major General Richard C. Catledge was commander of the U.S. Air Force Tactical Air Warfare Center, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida. General Catledge, born in Shawnee, Oklahoma, entered flight training as an aviation cadet in March 1942 at Luke Air Force Base, … Read more

Fame’s Eternal Camping Ground – National Geographic Magazine, 1928


Collection of Michael Robert Patterson Read our general and most popular articles Phallosan Forte Anaboloxan Huusk Messer Hanfosan Nutra Digest SWISS FX Ketogen Tropfen Slimymed Hondrostrong Slim XR Elixfett Reduslim Medioxil 24 Hondrox Prima Kapseln Diaetolin Cardione PHC Beauty C+ Kapseln Colon Broom HHC Blüten Liba Kapseln Gélules Figur LB Slimming Gummies Nucific Bio X4 Diaetoxil … Read more

Mark Alan Stets, Jr. – Staff Sergeant, United States Army


U.S. Department of Defense Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs) News Release IMMEDIATE RELEASE No. 098-10 DOD Identifies Army Casualties The Department of Defense announced today the deaths of three soldiers who were supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.  They died February 3, 2010, in Timagara, Pakistan, from wounds suffered when insurgents attacked their … Read more

Shawn M. Pine – Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army

A U.S. Army Reserve counterintelligence officer with dual citizenship in the United States and Israel has had his security clearance revoked by what he believes is an “anti-Israeli” bias within the military. Major Shawn Pine, in an interview with WorldNetDaily, said that his revocation was not only improper in terms of his citizenship – he … Read more

Charles Delano Hine – Colonel, United States Army

FUNERAL OF COLONEL HINE Rites for Former Commander of the 69th Held in St. Thomas’ February 16, 1927 – Funeral services for Colonel Charles Delano Hine, veteran of the Spanish-American and World Wars, former commander of the Sixty-Ninth Regiment and railroad organizer, were held yesterday morning in St. Thomas’ Protestant Episcopal Church on Fifth Avenue.  … Read more

John Tyler, Jr. – Captain, United States Army Colonel, Confederate States of America


John Tyler Jr. of  Virginia Appointed from Virginia, Captain of Infantry, 6 March 1847 Resigned 28 May 1847 Colonel, Confederate States of America, Civil War, 1861 to 1865 Died 26 January 1896 John Tyler, Jr. He was born April 27, 1819 and died January 26, 1896. He was the son of John Tyler,  President of … Read more

Normand Arthur Ste. Marie – Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army

From a contemporary press report: Normand Arthur Ste. Marie, 67, a retired Army lieutenant colonel who served largely in intelligence assignments and then was a civilian intelligence analyst, died November 17, 1997 at a hospital in Rockledge, Florida. He had a heart ailment. Colonel Ste. Marie lived in the Washington area off and on from … Read more

Harold Cooper Donnelly – Lieutenant General, United States Air Force


Retired August 1, 1968; died August 24, 2002 Lieutenant General Harold Cooper Donnelly was director of the Defense Atomic Support Agency, headquartered in Washington, D.C. As director he guides DASA’s active role in continuing underground nuclear testing; maintaining modern nuclear laboratory facilities and programs; maintaining a readiness to resume testing, if required, (currently prohibited under … Read more

Robert Kirkland Black – Second Lieutenant, United States Army

SERVICE FOR CRASH VICTIM Military Funeral at Arlington Held for Lieutenant Black WASHINGTON, November 22, 1938 – A military funeral was held at Arlington National Cemetery today for Second Lieutenant Robert Kirkland Black, one of those killed in the crash of an Army plane near La Grange, Georgia, last Friday. Services were conducted by Chaplain … Read more

Malin Craig, Jr. – Colonel, United States Army


The son of General Malin Craig, he was born in 1902 and died in 1981. He is buried among other family members in Section 30 of Arlington National Cemetery. Read our general and most popular articles Phallosan Forte Anaboloxan Huusk Messer Hanfosan Nutra Digest SWISS FX Ketogen Tropfen Slimymed Hondrostrong Slim XR Elixfett Reduslim Medioxil 24 Hondrox … Read more

P. D. Lochridge – Brigadier General, United States Army


P. D. Lochridge, Brigadier General, United States Army, was born near Bexar, Alabama, December 2, 1863. He was a student at Mississippi State College, 1880-83 and then graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1887, and from the Infantry and Cavalry School in 1893. He married Carlotta Rawolle, February 20, 1889, and they had … Read more

Russell W. Davisson – Major, United States Army

Submitted on 23 December 1999 by his loving daughter,Pierangela Pezzini. Russell W. Davisson was born on September 30, 1912 in East Wenatchee, Washington. He attended the University of Nebraska, 1930-1933.  He then worked as auto mechanic and service manager until 1940.  He taught Auto mechanics for the US War Department until 1943, when he was … Read more

John Byron Trotter – Sergeant, United States Army


NEWS RELEASE from the United States Department of Defense No. 1134-04 IMMEDIATE RELEASE Nov 11, 2004 DoD Identifies Army Casualty The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. Sergeant John B. Trotter, 25, of Marble Falls, Texas, died November 9, 2004, in Ar Ramadi, Iraq, when … Read more

Clyde Benjamin Stevens, Jr. – Rear Admiral, United States Navy

From a contemporary press report: Clyde Benjamin Stevens Jr., 90, a retired Navy Rear Admiral, died of a stroke April 9, 1999, at a nursing home in Baltimore, Maryland. Admiral Stevens earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in 1930 from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis and a graduate degree in 1939. He graduated … Read more

Ivan O’Dell – Lieutenant Colonel, United States Air Force


For 37 years this April, Ivan O’Dell-a former farm boy from Erieville turned Air Force Pilot-was buried on a glacier 10,000 feet above sea level on Mount Ranier, Wash. Now he’s bound for a hero’s burial in Arlington National Cemetery.” Celia Markowski and her brother Vernon O’Dell, of Georgetown, spoke with Mr. Case in Celia’s … Read more

Basil Norris Ricketts – Sergeant, United States Army


Sergeant Ricketts is apparently the son of James B. Ricketts, Major General, United States Army.  He is buried in the General’s gravesite in Section 1 of Arlington National Cemetery and his listed next-of-kin was Fannie Ricketts of San Jose, California (the General’s wife).  He was born in New York City on 21 December 1868 and died on … Read more

The Stevens Family


A Famous Military Family, One That Has Served Our Country From The Time Of The American Revolution Anna Marie Stevens Cara DeLa Montague Hall Stevens Elizabeth Ann Sage Stevens Pierre Christie Stevens Raymond R. Stevens Rowan Wainwright Stevens Thomas Holdup Stevens Sarah Magruder Stevens Thomas S. Holdup Stevens II Thomas Holdup Stevens III Read our … Read more


Every room in my house has a clock. Only one has ever stopped. They chronicle a life that is ebbing away, A family history that is here to stay. There is the clock that ticked off the hours The times when my children were born. One a clock whose china base holds flowers And one … Read more

Clarence Talmage Marsh, Jr. – Colonel, United states Army

From a contemporary press report: Clarence T. (“Swampy”) Marsh Jr., Colonel, U.S. Army Retired, died on May 4, 2001 following a brief illness. He had been a Hampton resident since 1970. Colonel Marsh was born on September 20, 1916, in Savannah, Georgia, the son of Colonel and Mrs. Clarence T. Marsh, Sr., Coast Artillery, U.S. … Read more