Charles L. Fowler (80) was born in Koscuisko, Mississippi. Before enlisting in the Kessler AFB in 1949, he was in high school. His military service was carried out from 1949 to September 1956. During his period of service, he went to Pusong, Korea, and was stationed at Manson from July 19, 1950 to July 1951. Upon entering, he served as a private in the 65th Combat Engineer, 25th; upon his discharge, he was serving as a sergeant. He was a combat engineer, and earned five battle stars as well as the Korean Medal for his commitments. After returning to the United States, he was in business, owned a barbershop, and was a pastor. He attended the Southwestern Baptist Seminary in Fort Worth, TX in 1969 and was a pastor for 40 years after being discharged from military service. The most memorable and impactful experience for him was the horror of war. His interests include sharing Christ with others.