While the Regimental Honors program for this community began in 1981, Heritage Week began this year.
The sergeant served with Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division.
Pvt. Leroy M. Slenker, 28, of El Segundo, California served as a member of 75th Ordnance Depot Company in 1941.
Cpl. Delbert L. White, of Ottumwa, Iowa, served in D Company, 2nd Engineer (Combat) Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division in late 1950 when captured.
Pvt. Myron E. Williams, of Dixon, Illinois, served in Company L, 3rd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division at the time of his death.
Sgt. Lawrence J. Robidoux served in B Company, 1st Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division in November 1950 when he was reported missing.
Army Reserve Chief Warrant Officer 3 Larry A. Zich will be buried in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Army Sgt. Gregory V. Knoll was reported killed in action on Nov. 7, 1944.
Army Pfc. Harry J. Hartmann was reported missing in action on Nov. 2, 1950 during fighting near Unsan, North Korea.
Army Tech Sgt. Matthew L. McKeon will be buried in San Diego, California.
Army Cpl. Clark E. Worline was reported missing in action on Nov. 26, 1950.
The remains of two soldiers and an airman killed in World War II have been identified, according to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency.
Two soldiers who were killed during the Korean War have been accounted for, according to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency.
Jack Holder, a Pearl Harbor survivor who went on become a decorated World War II flyer, has died in Arizona.
George J. Johnson was part of the group of the first Black men allowed to enlist in the Marine Corps.
The honor will go to retired Army Col. Paris Davis nearly 60 years after Davis distinguished himself during the Vietnam War.
Army Cpl. Donald L. Dupont was reported missing in action while fighting the enemy near the Chosin Reservoir, North Korea, on Dec. 2, 1950.
Composer Burt Bacharach was drafted into the Army in the late 1940s and was still on active duty during the Korean War.
Defense Department officials say 1st Lt. Carl D. Nesbitt died when his plane was shot down during a bombing mission over Leipzig, Germany in May 1944.