World War I (April 6, 1917, to November 11, 1918):
Fletcher Dugat, Frank
Vavrusa, Raymond Lee Chambliss, Eddie M. Sugarek, John William
Kurtz, Robert Daniel Goza, John Boyce Miles, Joseph E. Maley, F. R.
McCampbell, Joseph Collins, Andrew Sivley. Capetano Gonzales, and
Charles R. Dugat.
World War 11 (1941‑1945):
Cornelius Black, William D. Cannon, Earl H. Cloer, Ira Chandler,
Harris Cox, Lee Davila, John M. Davis, Clarence C. Dodson, Robert L.
Dodson, James R. Dougherty Jr., Otto B. Engelking, Adan Farias,
Eduardo Farias, Syphes R. Fisher, Felix Flores, Tino M. Flores,
Benito Garcia, Howard W. Grover, Lonnie Hampton, James B. Hatch,
George W. Hoof, Frank W. Hunt Jr., William Kirchner, Herbert 0.
Koehler Jr., Alfonso R. Martinez, William H. Maverick, Archie
Mayberry, George W. Medley, George E. Miller, Roy Nunez, Manuel
Ortega, Benito G. Ortiz, Octavio V. Pacheco, Patrick B. Quinn, Pedro
M. Rodriguez. Recino P. Salinas, Dale V. Stice, Robert L. Tenberg,
George Tindol, Jesus Trevino, William E. Vaughn, August C.
Vollmering, Jack W. White, M. J. White, and Charles Major Lytle.
Frank C. Flores Jr.,
Carlos Reyes Jr., James Stout, and David Warfield. Captain Lano Cox
Jr., son of Judge and Mrs. Lano Cox Sr., a pilot with the U. S. Army
Aviation in the 79th Infantry Division under General Eisenhower in
France and Germany during World War 11, received the Purple Heart
and the Croix De Guerre Awards after he was injured. He also served
with the American Forces in Korea. After his return he was stationed
at Fort Sill, and while flying a plane from Fort Sill to Louisiana a
Navy plane collided with his ship and he was killed in the crash.
Vietnam War were:
Martin, Tom Swinnea, Tomas Gonzales, Leo Schroeller Jr., Don E.
Thompson, Robert Salinas, Rodolfo G. Ybarra, and Robert Salinas
Two men who had served
in Vietnam died after they returned to the United States:
Alfredo Barrera and
Sylvester C. Martinez.
Sammy Dion Hoff was
reported missing in action and to this day no account has been given