Doyle Coker was born on January 18, 1929 to Daniel Lafayette Coker and Josephine Pinner in Winter Haven, Florida, joining 13 siblings. Doyle married Alice Louise Garrison on December 8, 1949 in Houston, Texas, and together they had four daughters and two sons. After growing up in Winter Haven, Doyle enlisted in the Air Force in 1954 and served six years, including combat in the Korean War. Doyle retired in Gosnell, Arkansas, home of the Blytheville Air Force Base, later known as Eaker Air Force Base. After living a fulfilled life, Doyle departed this Earth on June 7, 1993 at his home in Gosnell.
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Korean War - Key Events
June 27, 1950
The United Nations Security Council adopts Resolution 83, authorizing UN member states to provide military assistance to South Korea. The Soviets, who could have vetoed the resolution, are boycotting the proceedings because the Nationalist government on Taiwan still occupies China’s seat on the Security Council. Seoul falls the following day.
These events are taken from the Encyclopedia Britannica