Sons of Confederate Veterans honor members for service

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On November 7, in view of the upcoming local Veterans Day celebrations, the Gen. Richard H. Anderson Camp 47 Sons of Confederate Veterans met and honored two Beaufort natives with the War Service Medal, one of the SCV’s highest awards. Commander Paul Griffin bestowed the award upon Henry Chambers for his U.S. Army service during the Korean War and to Maj. Robert de Treville for his U.S. Army service during Operation Desert Storm and additional Persian Gulf Operations.  Following the presentation, 22 recipients of the SCV War Service Medal gathered and were applauded for their service to our country by all attendees. Pictured, from left, (standing) Joe Harden, Al Hancock, Bill Anderson, Carroll Crowther, Darrell Jarrell, Michael Keyserling, Chet Blythe, Jack Mayers, David Jennings, Jody Henson, Charles Aimar, Ollie Langford, Bill Sammons and Henry Scott. From left, sitting: Charles Stockell, Hazen Culley, Jack Baughan, Nolan Tarrance, Wayne Cousar, Henry Chambers, Robert DE Treville and Walt Lineberger.

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