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November 6, 2014
I'M Clark Kinard. Currently a senior at Winfield High School and we was assigned in our government class to look up a similarity in a passed veteran for Veteran's Day. I chose Clark A. Corley, because my first name is Clark. Without Mr.Corley's sacrifice, I wouldn't have the freedoms i have and i wouldn't be able to sleep at night knowing I might get hurt. I'm very sorry for the loss and wanted to thank you for sacrificng your life for mine.
March 5, 2014
We miss you everyday and you'll never be forgotten. we still think of you talk is cheap
February 23, 2014
I served under SFC Corley's platoon for almost 2 years in Fort Bliss, but deployed separately, and I can say he very humble with his superiors and subordinate as low as privates...I always how got baptized and took encourage other subordinates to do the same just in case something happens. ..truly cared for soldiers not just as battle buddy but also as spirits.
September 29, 2013
Sergeant First Class Corley was one of my Drill Sergeants in Basic Combat Training. Although most basic trainees remember their Drill Sergeants with scorn, I always enjoyed the leadership, mentorship, and direction SFC Corley instilled, even when it meant I was doing pushups for some infraction. It was clear to me he was a decent guy who cared for his Soldiers, and would go the distance to ensure they were trained to survive the rigors awaiting them in war. He was the epitome of a professional, honorable Non-commissioned officer and the type of person you'd love to have over for a barbecue. I'm a better Soldier for having known him. Rest in peace.
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