Gratitude Shall Not Sleep - Military Ancestors
"When our perils are past, shall our gratitude sleep?" - George Canning. Here is a Pinterest board where you can pay tribute to your military ancestor through photos, poems, stories and other items. A virtual wall to show your gratitude for their service.
Col. Arthur S. Mearns - When shot down he held the rank of Major the United States Air Force. He flew an F-105D, he was shot down on Friday, November 11, 1966 and was 37 years old at the time. He was promoted to Colonel by the time his remains were sent back to the U.S. Cause and date of death are unknown. He was believed to be alive after he was shot down. My Cousin's Husband. #genealogy #military
ABT UNK: Military Monday: Corporal Earl Emerson Jackson, 1905-1943, part 1