Our family has faithfully served the United States as members of the United States Armed Forces. Our proud heritage of serving our country began in 1918 when Frank Price enlisted in the U.S. Army during WWI and continues today. Our dedication to service is the pride of our family and we stand ready to defend duty, honor, and country. We salute all of our men and women who have proudly worn the uniform for freedom!


United States Army – “This We’ll Defend” and “Duty, Honor, Country”


Frank Price - U.S. Army (1918)
Homer Clark - U.S. Army
George "Chief" Davis, III - U.S. Army
Gina Davis - U.S. Army
Otis Jackson - U.S. Army
Richard Johnson - U.S. Army
Shawn Ligon - U.S. Army
James Manuel - U.S. Army
Patrick Manuel - U.S. Army
Ronnie Manuel, Jr. - U.S. Army
Wallace Eugene Manuel, Sr. - U.S. Army
John Peace, Sr. - U.S. Army
Cornelius Price, Sr. - U.S. Army
LaRay Imani Price - U.S. Army
Willie Leo Price - U.S. Army
Ernest Sims, Jr. - U.S. Army
Ashley Smalley - U.S. Army
Carl Gene Young - U.S. Army


United States Navy – “Honor, Courage, Commitment”



William Clark - U.S. Navy
Jerry Don Henderson - U.S. Navy
Leamon Ligon, Jr. - U.S Navy
Horace Manuel - U.S. Navy
Corey Nolen - U.S. Navy
Elmer Don Price - U.S. Navy


United States Marie Corps – “Semper Fidelis” (Always Faithful)

Harold Franklin - U.S. Marine Corps
Paul Franklin - U.S. Marines Corps
John Peace, Jr. - U.S. Marine Corps


United States Air Force – “Integrity First”, “Service Before Self”, and “Excellence in All We Do”

David Ligon - U.S. Air Force
Homer Manuel - U.S. Air Force
Paul Peace, U.S. Air Force
JT Price - U.S. Air Force
The 1918 Army registration card of Frank Price
The 1918 Army registration card of Frank Price
Frank Price (the patriarch of the Price family) enlisted in the U.S. Army during World War 1 on September 12, 1918.
Elmer Don Price
Elmer Don Price

Elmer Don served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. He was the first Price offspring of Pearl and Frank Price to serve in the military. He built a reputation in the Navy as a great cook and was highly sought out for his culinary skills.
Willie Leo Price
Willie Leo Price
Willie Leo Price enlisted into the U.S. Army on May 25, 1942 in Dallas, Texas during WWII. One of his assignments was in Kansas. He was promoted several times from a Private (E-1) to a Staff Sergeant (E-6) during his time in the Army. It was rare for African Americans to advance to ranks beyond Specialist/Corporal (E -4) during those times.