Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Once again I wish to thank all those that served our county during the conflicts of the past.
The point being this is a time of the year when we remember the sacrifices that the young men of our country make on our behalf.
The solider that walks a lonely post, or a sailor on a ship under way, as he stands watch with the wind and rain in his face. Or a clerk in the military that has the duty of the day, and vows that this country will not fail because of him. To all of you in our CBS family that served this country, whether in combat or peacetime duty, the country thanks you, and your reward is the greatest that this country can give to each of you, the title...
CITIZEN


Pierce Evans (Battle of the Bulge)
Tom Delila, Guadalcanal
Major Jesse Rineer
Colonel Dom Corrado
Capt. Dave Paine, fighter Pilot WW2
Lt. Jim Rose, Vietnam
Bernie Sweeney, 2nd Cav Vietnam
Vernon Surphlis, China Burma WW2
Vincent Bartilucci, Radio Op, B17 Memphis Belle Squadron. Dsc/Air Medal/Bronze Star.... Over 30 missions over Germany
Phil Polanski, WW2 Silver Star
Walter Cronkite
Andy Rooney
Neil McCaffery VN
Al Kozak Navy
Jim McCarthy, WW2
Al Fabricatore, WW2
John Lincoln, WW2
Chico Claudio, WW2 Combat Photographer
Lt. Col. Sig Meyers
George Naeder, Battleship New Jersey, WW2
Capt. Herman Lang, Gen. Patton's 3rd Army
Bob Dailey
Ted Perzeszty, Korea
Mike DeIeso, WW2, Philippines
Joe Strano
Gene Pasculli
Frank Marth
Pat McBride
Dick Douglas
Capt. Frank Florio, Bombardier, Pacific
John Baranello, WW2
Rich Brender, Vietnam
Capt. Harry Haigood, WW2
Al Consiglio
Joe Sokota
Vinnie Castrataro, Korea, WW2
Tony Cucurullo, WW2, Korea, UDT/Seals
Bill Naeder, 2nd.Inf. Div., Korea (14 months)
Marty Solomon
Harry Charles, WW 2
Cal Marotta, Marines, WW 2, Bikini, Guam
Sid Kaufman,1942-1946 U.S Signal Corps --42nd Rainbow Infantry Divison.
Larry Quinlan ,1MACorp --S Solomons, & New Georgia, 3MACorp
Lou Mascek, USAF --Bougainville (deceased)
George Magee, USN WW 2, -- Korea (deceased)
Jack Katz, WW 2 AAF Tech.Sgt. Air Medal 45 missions over Europe.
Anthony H Cipolla, WW2 Vet
Dan Parmelee, M/Sgt, WW 2, Group Communications Chief, 366th Fighter Group, 9th Air Force.


PS: Please add your name to this list and forward it to me so that I may include it the next time around.
Send it to: tonycucu2@cox.net
and thank you for your service (ed. note: from ALL of us!)