(Captain, Co. A, 22nd Infantry, 4th Division, World War II)
I am delighted to report that Captain Don Warner, Jr., ’42, is alive and well and living in South Texas! He turns 88 on May 23rd. Warner is spry and is as sharp as a tack, mentally. He sends his best to the MMI Family!
With Don’s permission, I offer the following photographs and documents from his photograph album and his alumni file here at MMI:
MMI: Company “C,” the Colors, and Band Company, 1941.
Our hero, Cadet Captain Donald A. Warner, Jr. ’42.
OK, sports fans, here is MMI night football in 1940 (note the helmets!).
Citation for the Bronze Star award (Heroic).
Citation for the First Oak Leaf Cluster to the Bronze Star.
Citation for the Silver Star award.
Citation for the Oak Leaf Cluster to the Silver Star.
Note Warner’s statement to COL J. T. Murfee re: his military training at MMI (April 13, 1948).
Don Warner’s MMI Alumni Questionnaire dated April 13, 1948 (note his military decorations).
Don Warner as a Second Lieutenant of Infantry.