HEPHZIBAH, Ga. - Ernest W. 'Ernie' Erdman passed into rest Monday, Oct 31, 2011. Friends will gather for a time of remembrance and fellowship at The Poteet Funeral Home, 3465 Peach Orchard Road, Augusta, 706.798.8886, on Sunday, November 6, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. The full obituary and an online guest
US Army Retired HEPHZIBAH, Ga. - Ernest W. 'Ernie' Erdman passed into rest Monday, Oct 31, 2011. Friends will gather for a time of remembrance and fellowship at The Poteet Funeral Home, 3465 Peach Orchard Road, Augusta, 706.798.8886, on Sunday,
...are a disgrace to the men and women who serve and have served our country. I hold them in the highest contempt. Who is helping our Gulf War veterans who are sick from the chemical warfare they were exposed to? Ernest W. Erdman, Hephzibah
...to engage in for less than 60 full minutes. A battle (involves) being armed for combat, where the stakes are life (or death). The warriors found in our society are, or were, in the armed forces. ... Ernest W. Erdman, Hephzibah
...in the civilian world? No. When will the military update its archaic justice system? When will the system be held accountable for the damage it has done to its soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen?... Ernest W. Erdman, Hephzibah
In answer to Ernest W. Erdman's letter of Oct. 23, "President Bush is only interested in Middle East oil," I have to wonder what world map he is looking...
...Real warriors don't quit when they get turf toe, sprained ankles or knees, shell fragments or bullet wounds - if they can still fight. Professional athletic entertainers, yes. Warriors, not yet. Ernest W. Erdman, Hephzibah, Ga.
...attack? It is my firm belief that the only real reason Mr. Bush wants to go into Iraq is oil. How much of our military blood will be spilled over Mr. Bush's drive to make his big oil buddies happy? Ernest W. Erdman, Hephzibah, Ga.