Wednesday, May 25, 2005

CBS MILITARY SERVICE HONOR ROLL (in alphabetical order)


John Baranello, WW2
Vincent Bartilucci, Radio Op, B17 Memphis Belle Squadron. DSC/Air Medal/Bronze Star
Rich Brender, Vietnam
Paul Buda, WW2 (deceased)
Vinnie Castrataro, Korea, WW2
Harry Charles, WW2
Anthony H Cipolla, WW2
Chico Claudio, WW2, Combat Photographer
David A. Cohn, WW2
Al Consiglio
Colonel Dom Corrado
Walter Cronkite, WW2
Tony Cucurullo, WW2, Korea, UDT/Seals Assn
Bob Dailey, Combat Photographer 163rd Sig Photo Co., WW2
Mike DeIeso, WW2, Philippines
Tom Delila, Guadalcanal
Dick Douglas
Scott Ethier, Marines (deceased)
Pierce Evans, WW2 (Battle of the Bulge)
Al Fabricatore, WW2
Royce Fish, WW2
Capt. Frank Florio, WW2 Bombardier, Pacific
Goody Freed, Korea
Lt. Elliot Gordon
Major Milt Greenwald
Angelo 'Chic' Giulino, WW2, Marines - Pacific
Capt. Harry Haigood, WW2
James Herschel, U.S. Army, post Korea
Jack Katz, WW2, AAF, Tech. Sgt., Air Medal, 45 missions over Europe (deceased)
Sgt. Mike Kaufman, (Video Tape) Air Force, Korea, 1952
Sid Kaufman,1942-1946 U.S Signal Corps - 42nd Rainbow Infantry Divison
George Klimcsak Navy LCI Landing Craft Infantry, Okinawa
Sgt. Bob Keeshan, (Capt. Kangaroo) Marines WW 2, Iwo Jima, Navy Cross
Art Korff, Lt. Col, Air Force (still active, Langley, VA.)
Al Kozak - Navy
Capt. Herman Lang, WW2, Gen. Patton's 3rd Army
John Lincoln, WW2, Combat Photographer
George Magee, USN WW2, -- Korea (deceased)
Cal Marotta, Marines, WW2, Bikini, Guam
Frank Marth
Lou Mascek, WW2, USAF - Bougainville (deceased)
Dennis "Patty" McBride, WW2, Combat Photographer
Neil McCaffery, Vietnam
Jim McCarthy, WW2, Europe
Jim McQuiston, Navy, WW2 (deceased)
Lt. Col. Sig Meyers. WW2, Combat Photographer, Phillipines
Bill Naeder, 2nd.Inf. Div., Korea (14 months)
George Naeder, Battleship New Jersey, WW2
Capt. Dave Paine, Fighter Pilot WW2
Colonel William S. Paley, WW2, Office of Strategic Services
Dan Parmelee, M/Sgt, WW2, Grp. Com. Chief, 366th Fighter Group, 9th Air Force
Gene Pasculli, WW2
Ted Perzeszty, Korea
Phil Polanski, WW2 Silver Star
Larry Quinlan , 1 Marines Corp - S Solomons, & New Georgia, 3MACorp
Major Jesse Rineer
Andy Rooney, WW2
Lt. Jim Rose, Vietnam
George Smith, WW2
Joe Sokota
Marty Solomon
Sy Steiger, OSS, WW2
Joe Strano
Vernon Surphlis, China Burma, WW2 Over 30 missions over Germany
Bernie Sweeney, 2nd Cav, Vietnam
Bob Thomas, Telecine, Vietnam (Agent Orange deceased)


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