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Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam Memorializes Three Tennesseans Killed in Action

 

Governor Proclaims May 24th, 2013 as the First Gold Star Family Day in Tennessee

The Seal of the State of TennesseeNashville, TN – Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam joined Tennessee Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder and Major General Terry “Max” Haston of the Tennessee Military Department to pay tribute to three Tennesseans killed in action, including a soldier previously missing in action for 62 years.

Sergeant Jacob M. Schwallie of Clarksville, was fatally injured by a roadside bomb on May 7th, 2012 in the Ghazi Province, Afghanistan. Schwallie graduated from Rossview High School in 2007 and enlisted in the United States Army in 2008.

(L to R) Sergeant Jacob M. Schwallie, Private First Class Glenn Shely Schoenmann and Staff Sergeant Christopher Michael Ward.

(L to R) Sergeant Jacob M. Schwallie, Private First Class Glenn Shely Schoenmann and Staff Sergeant Christopher Michael Ward.

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Korean War Soldier’s Remains will finally come Home to Tennessee

 

Private First Class Glenn Schoenmann’s body will return after 62 years

U.S. Department of Veterans AffairsNashville, TN – Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder solemnly announce the body of Private First Class Glenn Schoenmann will finally be laid to rest after 62 years.

Schoenmann was assigned to Company M, 3rd Battalion, 31st Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division in the United States Army when he was involved in the infamous Battle of Chosin Reservoir in North Korea on November 28th, 1950.

Private First Class Glenn Schoenmann

Private First Class Glenn Schoenmann

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LST-325 is Open for Tours at McGregor Park until Sunday at 5:00pm

 

USS LST 325

Clarksville, TN – Great ships move through the early morning fog on the morning of June 6th, 1944 as the Allied invasion fleet heads towards the beaches of Normandy; it was D-Day, the invasion of Europe. More than 5000 ships were massed to carry the weapons of war to the newest front against the Axis powers. In addition to the battleships cruisers, destroyers, and the various troop transports of which you are most familiar from watching the various war movies of the landings , were 236 Landing Ship Tank (LST) vessels, including the USS LST-325 which is docked through Sunday at McGregor Park in Clarksville, TN. «Read the rest of this article»

 


APSU Lady Govs Soccer invites fans to watch Colombia-US Soccer match at the Blackhorse Pub and Brewery

 

APSU Sports: Austin Peay Soccer

Austin Peay State University Lady GovsClarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University soccer fans are invited to the Blackhorse, in downtown Clarksville, 11:00am, Saturday, to watch Lady Govs Natalia Ariza and Tatiana Ariza, as part of the Colombian Women’s soccer team, take on the United States Women’s soccer team at the 2012 London Olympics, live from Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland.

Austin Peay Lady Govs Soccer. (Courtesy: Austin Peay Sports Information)

Austin Peay Lady Govs Soccer. (Courtesy: Austin Peay Sports Information)

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Austin Peay Lady Govs Soccer’s Tatiana Ariza and Natalia Ariza headed to London Olympics

 

APSU Sports: Austin Peay Soccer

Austin Peay State University Lady GovsBogota, Colombia – Austin Peay State University soccer standouts Natalia Ariza and Tatiana Ariza again will appear on the world stage, representing Colombia in the London 2012 Olympics, the Colombian Federation announced Tuesday.

Austin Peay's Tatiana Ariza and Natalia Ariza are going to the London Olympics. (Photo courtesy of London 2012.)

Austin Peay’s Tatiana Ariza and Natalia Ariza are going to the London Olympics. (Photo courtesy of London 2012.)

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How Corporal Billy Granville Hinson Served and Sacrificed for Our Nation

 

Essay Written by Grace Hinson of Clarksville Academy
As part of the Clarksville Kiwanis Club’s Memories of Service and Sacrifice Project “Interview a Veteran” Contest

“On behalf of a grateful nation, this flag is presented to you as a token of appreciation for your loved one’s honorable and faithful service,” these were the words spoken to my family by the Honor Guard at my grandfather’s funeral in October 2010. On behalf of a grateful granddaughter in October of 2011, I am showing my appreciation for my grandfather’s honorable and faithful service for my freedom by writing this for him. He served in the seventh infantry, thirty-second regiment, and the first battalion Charlie Company, which was a combat unit during the Korean War.

Grace Hinson reads a part of her essay at the “Interview A Veteran” Essay Contest Winners program Tuesday, November 8th 2011.

Grace Hinson reads a part of her essay at the “Interview A Veteran” Essay Contest Winners program Tuesday, November 8th 2011.

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How Darin O. Haas Served and Sacrificed for Our Nation

 

Essay Written by Connor Haas of Rossview Middle School
As part of the Clarksville Kiwanis Club’s Memories of Service and Sacrifice Project “Interview a Veteran” Contest

“The Army is a lifestyle filled with duty, honor and sacrifice. I knew that when I signed up back in 1988, and I don’t expect it to change after I retire in 2014″ said Lieutenant Colonel Darin Haas. He is an officer in the United States Army that has missed over four years of time with his wife and children because of his service to our nation. He is a Human Resources Specialist that has traveled all over the world in defense of the United States of America.

Lieutenant Colonel Haas deployed  four times between March of 2003 and the present day in support of the country’s wars on terrorism. The nation has asked Lieutenant Colonel Haas to leave his family on more than four occasions to deploy to Iraq,  Afghanistan, and Korea in support of their freedom between March of 2003 and March of 2011.

Connor Haas reads a portion of his essay at the Kiwanis Club's “Interview A Veteran” Essay Contest Winners program Tuesday, November 8th 2011.

Connor Haas reads a portion of his essay at the Kiwanis Club's “Interview A Veteran” Essay Contest Winners program Tuesday, November 8th 2011.

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