Hawley, Carroll, SGT

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Infantry (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
1969-1969, 11B10, HHC, US Army Armor Center and School (Cadre) Fort Knox, KY
Service Years
1967 - 1969
Official/Unofficial US Army Certificates
Cold War Certificate
Order of the Spur


One Service Stripe

Two Overseas Service Bars

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This Military Service Page was created/owned by MAJ John Moore (SaberAlpha 10) to remember Hawley, Carroll, SGT.

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Contact Info
Home Town
St. Clair
Last Address
Santa Fe, NM

Date of Passing
Feb 18, 2013
Location of Interment
Bethel Church Cemetery - St. Clair, Missouri
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Not Specified

 Official Badges 

25th Infantry Division Infantry Shoulder Cord

 Unofficial Badges 

Cold War Medal Order of The Spur Cold War Veteran

 Military Association Memberships
3/4 Cav Association25th Infantry Division Association
  2004, 3/4 Cav Association [Verified]19
  2004, 25th Infantry Division Association

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 Ribbon Bar

Combat Infantryman 1st Award
Machine Gun

 Unit Assignments/ Advancement Schools
3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry 25th Infantry Division (Tropic Lightning)US Army Armor Center and School (Cadre) Fort Knox, KY
  1968-1968, 11B10, A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry
  1968-1968, 11B10, 25th Infantry Division (Tropic Lightning)
  1968-1969, 11B10, A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry
  1968-1969, 25th Infantry Division (Tropic Lightning)
  1969-1969, A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry
  1969-1969, 25th Infantry Division (Tropic Lightning)
  1969-1969, 11B10, HHC, US Army Armor Center and School (Cadre) Fort Knox, KY
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1968-1968 Vietnam War/Tet Counteroffensive Campaign (1968)
  1968-1968 Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase IV Campaign (1968)
  1968-1968 Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase IV Campaign (1968)/Operation TOAN THANG II
  1968-1968 Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase V Campaign (1968)
  1968-1969 Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase VI Campaign (1968-69)
  1969-1969 Vietnam War/Tet 69 Counteroffensive Campaign
 Other News, Events and Photographs
  Mar 30, 2013, General Photos6
 Additional Information
Last Known Activity
Carroll is interred in the Bethel Church Cemetery at St. Clair, MO.  Rest in Peace!
Carroll will be honored by the New Mexico State Supreme Court with a memorial printed in Volume Three of the New Mexico Appellate Reports, an honor previously only given to some judges in New Mexico.

The office Carroll was using at the New Mexico State Supreme Court has now been transformed into an office for the Court Building's Security Team, Ted and Ernesto.  It is the security team's operation room, where all of the building's security surveillance cameras are housed, as well as important matters like a coffee center for the security team.  Both Ted and Ernesto are ex-marines, so not surprisingly, the room has a certain military flair about it, with photos of Ted and Ernesto in their military mode, copies of their medals, etc., with Carroll's photo front and center.  They both loved that Carroll served in Vietnam, and very much admired him for his bravery.  Ted in particular worked with Carroll for many years and, like so many of us in the building, loved visiting with Carroll -- he was interesting and interested, a wonderful combination and one of the reasons Carroll had so many friends in the building!  I thought you might like to know that Ted and Ernesto now call Carroll's old office, in honor of Carroll, the "Hawley Hut".

Lee Ann,

3/4 Cavalry Tribute Video

Other Comments:
I served with carroll in 1968-69 and saw many battles and he was among some of the greatest soldiers and was a very dear friend.will miss him at the reuions but our prayer go out for the family. love bro. larry and sis dale
larry heath,
nashville, Georgia
When Carroll became a member of our platoon I can remember Bob Rice saying "he looks like a young kid." Of course, the rest of us very young also. I will always remember Carroll as a nice guy and a good soldier.
Walter Jones,
San Jose, California
The loss of Carroll has affected me greatly. We were good friends in Vietnam.
At the reunion of 2010 we talked a long time and renewed our friendship. He was a great man and one I will not forget. My heart goes out to the family! Charley (Doc) Jones
May you rest in peace, will miss you.
Pat Szenasi,
Clayton, California
Hawley Family, this is indeed a sad time as we have lost one of our dear friend's and comrade's. Thank you for sharing him with our Nation and A Troop when we needed him the most. Carroll, we will be seeing you down the road as we too enter the "Green". RIP and know that you will be missed by so very many. To Rena, it is our hope that so many of these kind words provide you comfort at this time of your loss.
Mel Moss,
Tabb, Virgini
Dear Rena and family, there are no words that can ease the pain and loss of a true friend and great American like Carroll. As our Platoon leader John Moore shared, we have a special and mutual bond within our group that served together in Vietnam that no one can take away. One of the best times we had back here in the "world" was at Churchill Downs drinking mint Julips with Sam Jenkins, you and my wife Lynn. We talked often and while he is resting in the arms of Our LORD he is now in the best unit we all aspire to be in. May God bless his soul and comfort you and the family. Please know he was and remains loved by me and all his fellow 3/4 Cav Troopers.Carroll was my brother from "another mother". Blessings and love, Manny
Manny Montanez,
Coto de Caza, California
Rest in peace Trooper.
Layton (Frosty) Pfost,
Vine Grove, Kentucky
We are all poorer for the loss of Carroll, I'll see him again at Fidlers Green.

John Jerdon, Saber Alpha 28, '67, '68
Carroll and I served with one another in Viet Nam during some of the most intense battles that A-Troop engaged in during 1968. He was a rock solid soldier and yet still had the ability to be a warm, caring, compassionate and very articulate man. It was an honor to have known and served along side him. The world will be a lesser place without him among us.
Please accept my most heartfelt condolences.
Gene Yonke,
Crown Point, Indiana
A Troop, 3/4 Cav, had some of the most significant people in it that I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Carroll was one of these examples of greatness. Whether in war or peace, he was giving above and beyond. Condolences and blessings to a loving family and caring friends.
Steve Turner,
Silver Springs, Nevada
I'm so glad I got to spend some time with my Brother trooper last August, with John. We had a great time and renewed old friendships. Carroll was a custom made man, in an off the rack world. He was a great leader and was respected by all who served with him. He will be greatly missed.
Warren Yeagley,
Phoenix, Arizona
Rest in Peace Carroll, John Webb, Saber Alpha 12, 1966 - 1967
John Webb,
Annandale, Virginia
He was a gentleman. Bless him.
OD Albright,
Midland, Texas
Carroll was a gentleman and kind soul. Rest in peace comrade.
Geoffrey Cushing-Murray,
Studio City, California
I'm so sorry to hear of Carroll's passing. I served with him in Viet Nam. He was a great person, and I know he will be deeply missed. I have pictures of him when we served in Viet Nam 3/4 Cav
John Brady,
Constantia, New York
To Rena, family & friends, my sincere condolences on your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. I'm sure you will miss this wonderful man as will any of the members of the A Troop, 3rd Squadron 4th Cavalry that had the honor of serving with Carroll in Vietnam. Carroll loved his fellow veterans from the 3rd Squadron 4th Cavalry. I want to ensure that you all know how much this man was loved and respected by his comrades. Carroll was a genuine hero who survived some very tough situations with our platoon in combat. I will be forever grateful for the friendship and help Carroll gave me as a new platoon leader. We are all proud of Carroll's service to our Nation, to her citizens, to the Army, and to his fellow soldiers. Rest in peace, Carroll and rest assured that we will hold you fondly in our memories.
John Moore,
Tucson, Arizona
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