Wed, 18 July 2012
Lt. General Mickey Walker of Jackson was awarded a Silver Star during WWII and later served in the Far East Command during the Korean War. He recalls rising through the ranks to become chief of the National Guard Bureau during the Reagan administration.
After retiring, Walker became president of the Camp Shelby Military Museum. He explains how the museum got its start.
Mickey Walker passed away in 2007, at the age of 83.