Alice Stallings and Ralph Way of Lithonia are both part of The Greatest Generation -- one served by fighting, the other by keeping things going at home.
Wilbur Hattendorf and his brother Rich flew and fought and dodged anti-aircraft fire for 50 missions over North Africa during World War II.
Ruth Jones was one of millions who helped the war effort by keeping the home fires burning during World War II.
World War II veteran recalls the Invasion of Normandy.
Second Lt. Andy Farris spent 365 days fighting in some of the most historic and ferocious engagements of the Vietnam War, including the Tet Offensive of '68.
Army veteran Ray Rupple walked across France and Germany during his 18 months of combat.
Retired Col. Bud Northcutt experienced a colorful military career spanning 30 years.
Staff Sgt. Anthius Bruno is serving his second deployment in Afghanistan.
Five veterans who now live at Covington's Merryvale Assisted Living facility recently recalled their years in the armed services.
Newborn Mayor Roger Sheridan's civilian and military service have spanned the globe.