Honor guard photos 1-28

Posted 1/25/18

Roy Smith with the Bradley County Veterans Squad ran across these old photos while cleaning out some files. These photos are of Bradley Countians killed or missing in action during World War II. The photos were given to the Cleveland Daily Banner to help distribute to the family members of these war heroes. They are available by stopping by the Banner, which will be running the photos on Sundays for the next couple of months. ETO refers to European Theater of Operations. There are some photos that had no name on them. If they are a family member, please come by to identify and pick up the photo.Roy Smith with the Bradley County Veterans Squad ran across these old photos while cleaning out some files. These photos are of Bradley Countians killed or missing in action during World War II. The photos were given to the Cleveland Daily Banner to help distribute to the family members of these war heroes. They are available by stopping by the Banner, which will be running the photos on Sundays for the next couple of months. ETO refers to European Theater of Operations. There are some photos that had no name on them. If they are a family member, please come by to identify and pick up the photo.Roy Smith with the Bradley County Veterans Squad ran across these old photos while cleaning out some files. These photos are of Bradley Countians killed or missing in action during World War II. The photos were given to the Cleveland Daily Banner to help distribute to the family members of these war heroes. They are available by stopping by the Banner, which will be running the photos on Sundays for the next couple of months. ETO refers to European Theater of Operations. There are some photos that had no name on them. If they are a family member, please come by to identify and pick up the photo.

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Honor guard photos 1-28

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Roy Smith with the Bradley County Veterans Squad ran across these old photos while cleaning out some files. These photos are of Bradley Countians killed or missing in action during World War II. The photos were given to the Cleveland Daily Banner to help distribute to the family members of these war heroes. They are available by stopping by the Banner, which will be running the photos on Sundays for the next couple of months. ETO refers to European Theater of Operations. There are some photos that had no name on them. If they are a family member, please come by to identify and pick up the photo.











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