Jerry was in the United States Army Air Force from
April 8, 1943 until March 16, 1946 where he served as an airplane mechanic in Mobile, Alabama, South Pacific, Hawaii, Guam, Saipan, Tinian, and Kwajalein.
The man on the left is Hunter Wohlers who has been serving in the United States Army since March of 2008. He is currently serving a tour in Afghanistan assisting military police with security. He MOS in the Army is MLRS or Multipl Launch Rocket System. He has also served year of duty in Korea two years prior to his deployment.
This is my husband Jason C. Billings, born May 4,1982 in Arlington, TX. He served in the United States Army from 2002-2006, he was in the 89h Military Police Brigade. After being deployed to Iraq in 2003 and 2004, he was injured, recieving a purple heart and several other awards. Now being medically retired from the Army, Jason resides in Sheridan, WY were he remains a true American Hero.
AMS3 Bowie served from 1988-1992. Received National Defense Medal for service during Gulf War I. Worked on various aircraft from A-7's to F-14's. He was stationed at NAS Fallon and enjoyed serving his country!
My Dad, Jerry Dean McIntyre, proudly served with the Army in Vietnam. My father was very reserved about sharing his experience. He was not, however, reserved about how much he loved the USA and how it was an honor for him to have done his part. My dad was a proud American who willingly sacrificed to protect his country. Thank you, Dad. You are loved and deeply missed.
Once in the army there is no going back. For the people that have their lives to protect and serve for the freedom that we as the people take for granted. One of the brave men, Jerry Peringer, has served for his country and is retired. He will never forget about the horrific war and the people that were lost during the war.
Jill was in The United States Army. She Served in Germany during Cold War from 1985 to 1988. She was an expert shot with the M60. Following her Army enlistment, Jill Served in National Guard for 3 years. Jill says the Military taught her what she's really capable of and is glad it's part of her history.
The gentleman on the right is Jim Arkwright, USA (1964-1967). Jim served in Vietnam in the 7th Calvary Division and was wounded. He lost his leg and still carries a slug in his shoulder. These two share a love of the outdoors, hunting and our country!