ETSU Army ROTC 50th Anniversary - Johnson City
Posted by: vhasler
N 36° 18.175 W 082° 22.180
17S E 377025 N 4018417
Quick Description: To honor those who have graduated from the ETSU ROTC program, yet have sacrified their lives in war.
Location: Tennessee, United States
Date Posted: 1/3/2010 5:40:54 PM
Waymark Code: WM80JN
Located in the central part of the East Tennessee State Campus (near the old student union), this memorial consists of a helmet, bamboo, a draped America flag, and a couple of plaques with a row of seven flags.
Type of Memorial: Multi-War Memorial
Wars mentioned (Multi-war only):
In Honor Of: Graduates of ETSU Army ROTC program who sacrificed their lives in service to their country
"Life, not death, liberty, not enslavement, the pursuit of happiness, not the pursuit of sorrow and misery, will keep democracy fighting until victory is assured." Alvin C. York
In tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Army Reserve Office Training Corps at East Tennessee State University and to honor of those graduate who sacrificed their lives in service to their country
Dedicated November 11, 2003
Captain Alvin K. Broyles, 1965, Vietnam
Captain Donald J. Fillers, 1965, Vietnam
Captain Eugene D. Franklin, 1965, Vietnam
Major Billy J. Nave, 1966, Vietnam
First Lieutenant Douglas L. Jones, 1966, Vietnam
Captain Gordon O. Walsh, 1967, Vietnam
First Lieutenant Daniel L. Mullins, 1967, Vietnam
Captain James E. Reed, 1968, Vietnam
First Lieutenant James D. Dugger, 1972, Vietnam
Captain Daniel Graybeal, 1991, Persian Gulf
Date of dedication: November 11, 2003
Who Put it Here?: ETSU Army ROTC
Description of Memorial:
See the long description
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