She Wore a Yellow Ribbon

Eight months after Ann and I were married, I completed work on my master’s degree at the University of North Carolina.  Within a few weeks I entered the United States Army, and, following basic training, the remainder of my military service was overseas. I told the story in last week’s post titled “In the Army […]

In the Army Now!

When Ann and I left Chapel Hill in August 1952, the Korean War was just a bit over two years old.  Many people today tend to forget that it was a United Nations endorsed effort in support of South Korea, and many nations furnished troops to fend off North Korean and Chinese aggressors.  Of course, […]