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Honor Our Veterans

Share your veterans or active-duty service members stories and photos here for Veteran's Day.

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    Army Ranger School Graduation, 1971 Dad Bob Golden ---Top, center... pipe in mouth. - Kelly Golden, 94.3 WSC. If you want to submit your own veteran's story, do so by CLICKING HERE
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    Served from 1962-1983. After graduating from the University of Alabama, Major Gardner enlisted in the USAF and was accepted to Officer's Training School (OTS). He served in Vietnam (1969-1970),and was in Strategic Air Command during the Cold War. His son Autrey Gardner III resides in Summerville, S.C. If you want to submit your own veteran's story, do so by CLICKING HERE
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    US Army retired Master Sergeant (23 Years). Special Forces, Vietnam war combat veteran. Worked with Montagnard tribesmen in the central highlands of Vietnam. Best quote: "One man at the right place at the right time will make a difference". A Quiet Professional. Considers himself an SF'r, not Green Beret. If you want to submit your own veteran's story, do so by CLICKING HERE
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    This is my Dad who served 28 years in the USN. Charleston was his first duty station in the early 60's and he met my mom here. After traveling all over the world, his last duty station was Charleston. He retired a CWO3. If you want to submit your own veteran's story, do so by CLICKING HERE.
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    Derek "Hawk" Hawkins: He has served Active Duty National Guard since he graduated from Winthrop University in 2006. He is a Captain and serving a 12 month deployment in Kosovo. He is an Afghan War veteran as well. If you want to submit your own veteran's story, do so by CLICKING HERE.
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    James "Will" Coker, Sr.: My wonderful father was a native to the Charleston area.He served 22 years as civil service at the Charleston Airforce Base. He then traveled to Dubuti,Africa working as civil service with an engineering department for 1 year. His last departure from Charleston took him to Kabul, Afghanistan in May 2011 where he worked for the Army Corp of Engineers. This is where he was kidnapped and murdered while on assignment. He had an unconditional love for his kids, grandkids, country and most of all God. He was very involved with church and had a deep passion for taking part in mission trips with several of our local churches here in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. His long term goals were to retire in 2013, and begin doing full time missions work; however, God had greater plans for him. He was known throughout the community and the World for his compassion and devotion to others. I love you Daddy, Love always, your baby girl Carrie Coker Hughes. If you want to submit your own veteran's story, do so by CLICKING HERE.
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    Lt. Courtney Bailey: Currently deployed overseas. Has been a Navy Nurse for 5 years. If you want to submit your own veteran's story, do so by CLICKING HERE.
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    Major Rudolph Senn, USAF: Time of Service 1938-1966. "Rudy" served in WWII, Korea and Vietnam. He joined the Army Air Corps in 1938, at age 17, then became a member of the US Air Force in 1941 just before the attack at Pearl Harbor. The picture displayed was at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. He entered ROTC training after working as a flight surgeon assistant. He went on to work in hospital administration and set up mobile hospital (MASH)units overseas which took care of our injured troops in combat. He was stationed in Hawaii, Germany, Japan, Philippines, and Dover Delaware (Vietnam). He died at age 55 in Baltimore, Md. He is buried at Arlington National Cemetery. His daughter works at Ralph Johnson VA Medical Center in Charleston, SC as an ER nurse. If you want to submit your own veteran's story, do so by CLICKING HERE.
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    Mark A. Ledger, Chief Petty Officer. 24 years of service in the U.S. Navy, 1979-2003 (retired). If you want to submit your own veteran's story, do so by CLICKING HERE.
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    Christopher Carson: US Army, 101st Airborne Air Assault Aug 2010 - June 2011 Nuristan Province, Afghanistan Oct 2012 - ? Kunar Province, Afghanistan Please come home safe! If you want to submit your own veteran's story, do so by CLICKING HERE.
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    William Andrew Knipe. Earned a Purple Heart in the Korean War in the Marine Corps. If you want to submit your own veteran's story, do so by CLICKING HERE.
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    James D. Perry. If you want to submit your own veteran's story, do so by CLICKING HERE.