Price of Freedom

Price of Freedom: Ned Troutman of Prattville

This week’s veteran is a retired Chief Master Sergeant in the the U.S. Air Force. The 87-year-old spent 26 years traveling the world with the military and earning several awards including two Bronze Stars. Ned Troutman knows the price of freedom. Categories: Price of Freedom

Price of Freedom: Lamar Smith of Pike Road

This week we are featuring a 96-year-old WWII veteran. He earned the Bronze Star and Purple Heart along with other medals for his service to our country. Lamar Smith knows the Price of Freedom. Categories: Price of Freedom

Price of Freedom: Larry Armstead of Montgomery

Our veteran this week is from Montgomery. He joined the Army right out of high school as a paratrooper. And he says it’s that time in the military that shaped him for a life of service to his country, state, and city. Larry Armstead knows the price of freedom. Categories: Price of Freedom Tags: larry armstead, montgomery veteran, price of…

Price of Freedom: Greg Akers of Clanton

Our veteran this week flew CH-47 Chinook helicopters in combat and humanitarian efforts across the world. But he says he is most proud of what he was able to do here at home. Retired Staff Sgt. Greg Akers knows the Price of Freedom. Categories: Price of Freedom

Price of Freedom: John Morrow of Wetumpka

Our veteran this week is a 97-year-old WWII Purple Heart recipient. He served in the U. S. Army as a tank driver helping to liberate European countries and he’s had his share of injuries. John Morrow knows the “Price of Freedom”. Categories: Price of Freedom

Price of Freedom: Helen Lattal of Montgomery

Our veteran this week is a special woman who served in World War II with the Women’s Army Corps, also known as WAC. She will be turning 100 years old in December, and her love for her country is still very evident. Helen Lattal knows the Price of Freedom.   Categories: Price of Freedom

Price of Freedom: Eddie Mitchell of Montgomery

From the battlefield to the mission field, our veteran this week is a former marine who now pastors a local church. Eddie Mitchell says what drew him to the military was the camaraderie.   Categories: Price of Freedom

Price of Freedom: Raymond Camp of Wetumpka

Our veteran this week spent 20 years traveling the world as a gunners mate in the U.S. Navy. Whether it’s patrolling the high seas or rivers, he says the Navy is in his blood. Meet Raymond Camp. Categories: Price of Freedom

Price of Freedom: Amos Moore of Selma

Our veteran this week is a retired Chief Master Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force from Selma. His career has taken him all over the world as he has helped to shape the careers as others as well. Meet Amos Moore… Categories: Price of Freedom