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In honor of Armed Forces Day on May 21, we would like to thank the following Delta Tau Delta brothers who have served.

1st Lt. Bill Otto Graham, USMC
1st Lt. Stewart E. Williams, USMC
Capt. Jerry D. Johnson, USMC
Lt. Col. David Glauner, USAF KC-135 Instructor Pilot
Sgt. James L. Placak, Army
Dave Martion, Army (1969-71)
LTJG Bruce Bell, USN (USS Des Moines [CA-134] 1957-59)
Maj. Roland Schoen, US Army Medical Corps
Robert J. Rich, USN (Korean War)
Capt. Paul E. Schueler, USAF (1958-64)
Lt. Chris Callsen, USN (1959-64)
Col. Kenneth Boggs, Army (Brigade Commander)

Sgt. Thomas R. Field, USAF
“I am a WWII Veteran who served in the Pacific with the 5th Air Force in the Philippines and Okinawa, then in Japan for four months as a Sargent. Then, I was discharged in Feb. 1946 and returned to Miami University in Sept. I graduated in ’49 and was the House Corporation Treasurer of the Gamma Upsilon Chapter for the next 20 years. My wife and I moved to Boca Raton, FL and I am now 92!”

James Penoff, MD, Army
“As a physician, I served at Brooke Army Hospital in San Antonio and then was a battalion surgeon with the 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii.  Dates of service were 1962-65.”

Lt. Col. Gary L. Silcott, USAF
“I graduated from Miami with an ROTC commission in the Air Force, entered active duty in 1958, and retired as a Lt. Colonel in 1979.”

Capt. Douglas “Seadog” Erbele, USN
“I was in the Navy for 21 years of combined Active and Reserves. Commissioned thru NROTC at Miami and served 4 1/2 years Active Duty and the rest in the Reserves; retired as a Captain in 1993. The picture, taken at the Naval Reserve Center in Cincinnati, is from my last Change of Command, September 1992. Pictured with me are daughters Deanna and Michelle and my former Delt Pinmate and wife, Barbara.”

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