In Memory of First Sergeant Charles L. Gray lost to Agent Orange 2016.
First Sergeant Charles L. Gray served in the United States Army. Charles wanted to be in Special Forces but was to young so when he turned 21. He applied and was accepted into the Special Forces. He made Sergeant in 18 months of joining the Army.
First Sergeant Gray did tours in Korea and Vietnam. He was awarded the Bronze Star, MSM with oak leaf cluster, Army Commendation Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal with 4 stars, National Defense Service Medal, Presidential Unit Citation, Combat Infantry Badge, Combat Divers Badge and Master Parachutist Badge.
Charles passed away January 28, 2016 from Myelodsplastic Syndrome due to Agent Orange exposure.
Charles was inducted into the “Distinguished Member of the Special Forces Regiment” on August 9, 2012.
My dad is love and missed by family and friends.