Wayne McGee, 95, was drafted during World War II and joined the Navy. After radio school and amphibious training stateside, he went to serve overseas, mainly in the Marshall Islands, Pearl Harbor, Okinawa and Iwo Jima, where he watched the raising of the American flag by service members from his ship at sea. Eric Greene, 90, grew up as a Jewish child in Germany. After spending two years as a refugee in France, he immigrated to the U.S. at the age of 12; soon after, his parents and sister were killed at Auschwitz. Drafted by the Army during the Korean War, he was sent back to Germany in 1950, where he worked with radios and served as a translator. Stan Crapo enlisted in the Navy after during the Vietnam War. He was trained as a hospital corpsman. In December 1968, he arrived in Vietnam where he served as medical personnel for the Marines, who didnt have their own. He served there for less than a year. Shoshona Darke joined the Army National Guard her senior year in high school with medic as her mode of service. She was activated for the Gulf War during her first year of college and spent her 21st birthday serving in Iraq. Upon returning, she finished nursing school and has worked for 26 years as a nurse and in management. Gunnery Sgt. Nathaniel Burford enlisted in the Marine Corps during his senior year at Fruita Monument High School. He has served in Okinawa, Japan; Camp Pendleton, California; was deployed to Ramadi and Fallujah, Iraq, in 2005 and 2006; and to Afghanistan in 2011. He is currently the Marine Corps recruiter for Southwest Colorado.