Bethlehem Press

Friday, December 15, 2017
“Staying alive.” Jim Davis Bethlehem U.S. Army/Vietnam “Staying alive.” Jim Davis Bethlehem U.S. Army/Vietnam
“I served on an LST. They loaded us up with ammunition in Mobile, Alabama, and then sent us out to sea without an escort, and in a ship that only does 12-14 knots.” Bill Putar Bethlehem U.S. Navy/World War II “I served on an LST. They loaded us up with ammunition in Mobile, Alabama, and then sent us out to sea without an escort, and in a ship that only does 12-14 knots.” Bill Putar Bethlehem U.S. Navy/World War II
“My biggest challenge was my assignment to bring our POWs home.” Domingo Torres Allentown U.S. Army/Vietnam “My biggest challenge was my assignment to bring our POWs home.” Domingo Torres Allentown U.S. Army/Vietnam
“Paying proper respect to my soldier [friend] who died in Afghanistan, Sgt. Chris Geiger from Northampton.” Tim Brooks Bethlehem U.S.Army and PA National Guard/Bosnia, Afghanistan and Iraq “Paying proper respect to my soldier [friend] who died in Afghanistan, Sgt. Chris Geiger from Northampton.” Tim Brooks Bethlehem U.S.Army and PA National Guard/Bosnia, Afghanistan and Iraq
“Being a female.” Anne Nowak Bethlehem U.S. Army/Germany-Cold War “Being a female.” Anne Nowak Bethlehem U.S. Army/Germany-Cold War
“Making it out alive.” Bill Ryan Palmer Township U.S. Marine Corp/Vietnam “Making it out alive.” Bill Ryan Palmer Township U.S. Marine Corp/Vietnam

People Say

Thursday, July 20, 2017 by Dana Grubb in Opinion

What would you say was your biggest challenge while serving in the military?