Stewart Bell Jr. Archives
Handley Regional Library
Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society
P.O. Box 58, Winchester, VA 22604
(540) 662-9041 ext. 17
Scope and Content: This collection is comprised of service records and photographs of men and women from the Winchester, VA area who served in the Armed Forces during peacetime. .
(1 box) Last updated 12/13.
Biographical/Historical: The United States Armed Forces are comprised of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard.
Cite As: Armed Forces Collection, 570 THL, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA, USA.
Organization: Box 1
Men and women who served in Armed Forces during peacetime.
(R = military record, P = photograph, O = oral history interview, T = transcript, N = news article)
Branch of Service
|Campbell, Rebecca (P)||Navy||Served 1973-75|
|Curry, George W.(R)(P)||Army||Panama Canal
|Dehavan, Paul Gayle||Air Force||England||Served 1952-1955|
|Germelman, William (R,P)||Army||Army Achievement Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster|
|Golightly, Raymond (P)||Army
|Tx/Mex Border||Retired at age 60|
|Jenkins, Jackson K. (P)||Army|
|McKee, Lester "Toady"||Naval Reserves||Served 1945-46|
|Manning, Lisa Kay (P)||USAF|
|Michael, Glen ®||Army||Germany, Viet Nam||Bronze Star||1948-1969|
|Pierce, Robert W. (P)||U.S., Germany||Served 1954-56|
|Reid, Allen (P)||Marines||Pacific||1967-1971|
|Reid, Judy (P)||Marines||1963-1971|
|Ritter, Ben (P)||U.S. Air Force||Greenland|
|Ritter, James Lewis (P)||Navy|
|Sheehan, Robert R. (P)(O)(R )||Navy||Cuba – Served on 1 of 12 Destroyers on the blockade during the Cuban Missile Crisis||Served 1961-1964|
|Shepherd, Col. Thomas G.||Air Force||U.S, Germany||Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal||1965-1982|
|Smith, Alson (R,P)||Army||Labrador||1950s|
|Smith, Wayne (P)||Navy||Served 1978-1998|
|Willoughby IV, Hugh||USAF||Late 1950s, killed in a plane crash|
|Wingfield, Timothy W. (P)||USAF|
|Wingert, Harold E., (P)||USAF||1951|
Map case 5, drawer 15
Certificate of Participation given to Sgt. Wayne E. Borden in Recognition of Outstanding Support Performed during first flight of the Space Shuttle, "Columbia" April 1, 19811 leaf, printed (photocopy)