Veteran Testimonials

  • Russell J. Regnier

    Russell J. Regnier

    Tech Sergeant, USAF | Korea
    Chicago
    I voted in honor of my Uncle Rusty, who served during the Korean War.
  • Paul Steven Kapala (Saraphinis Paulino Kapala)

    Paul Steven Kapala (Saraphinis Paulino Kapala)

    Tech Sergeant, US Army | WWII
    Chicago
    My Grandpa Kapala was in the US Army and served at Bataan.
  • Wesley " Buck" Regnier

    Wesley " Buck" Regnier

    Petty Officer, USN | WWII
    Chicago
    My Grampa Regnier served on the USS Pensacola during WWII. He is one of the reasons I joined the service.
  • Richard M. Regnier

    Richard M. Regnier

    Sergeant, USAF | 1966-1969
    Perry Township
    I voted in honor of my father, Richard Regnier, who served in Viet Nam, having volunteered, and then volunteered to go to Viet Nam. He was there during The Tet. If not for people like him, we would not be able to do what we do today.
  • Richard M. Regnier

    Richard M. Regnier

    Sergeant, USAF | 1966-1969
    Perry Township
    I voted in honor of my father, Richard Regnier, who served in Viet Nam, having volunteered, and then volunteered to go to Viet Nam. He was there during The Tet. If not for people like him, we would not be able to do what we do today.
  • Wilburn B. Hopkins

    Wilburn B. Hopkins

    Private Rifleman, Army | WWII (1944-46)
    New Philadelphia
    While serving in Germany during WWII, my grandfather actually signed up for and entered the war while under age. He was supported by his mother and gave her permission to enter. He served some time in France but it was near the end of the war when he was stationed and patrolling Frankfurt airport and was shot by a sniper. He survived and came home to get married and start his family. I'm thankful everyday for his and others selfless service but in particular my grandfather whom I share the same birthday.
  • J. Scarberry

    J. Scarberry

    Specialist, Army | 2000s
    McArthur
    I vote in honor of my brother because no matter how many times we had to say see you later(never goodbye), he was always ready to serve.
  • Clyde Luyster

    Clyde Luyster

    Army
    St. Clairsville
  • Harry Dyner Huntsman

    Harry Dyner Huntsman

    Private, Marines
    Barnesville Ohio
    Gone but not forgotten
  • Darrick Harris

    Darrick Harris

    E8, Navy | 20years
    Fairborn, Ohio
    Not many live up to the US Navy code of honor, courage, and commitment, but Darrick does. He tackles every task and challenge big or small with those 3 words. Every person that crosses his path feels a sense of security, and can't help but take a second look. I'll be looking for the rest of my life, God willing... Darrick exemplifies that the military takes America's finest.

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