Currahee Military Museum Exhibit Honoring Local Veterans in March

March 19, 2014

vets displayThis month, the Currahee Military Museum is recognizing the eight sons of Stephens County who died during the Vietnam Conflict.

The eight are recognized in this month’s local veterans showcase that is part of the Currahee Military Museum.

The exhibit includes information on each veteran, along with photos and memorabilia.

The eight honored are: William H. Ayers, SP4, US Army, 1948-1969; Gregorio M. Camacho, SFC, US Army, 1931-1968; Larry E. Collier, SP5, US Army, 1944-1968; Jacky L. Drury, SP4, US Army, 1949-1970; Tommy C. Heaton, CPL, US Army, 1946-1969; Marshall H. Isbell, PFC US Army, 1946-1967; Emory F. Johnson, LCPL, USMC, 1943-1967; and William L. Phillips, Captain, US Army, 1945-1970.

The Currahee Military Museum is located in the historic train depot on Alexander Street in downtown Toccoa and is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m.

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