Paul W. Kimbrough

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Lieutenant Colonel Paul W. Kimbrough

[Unknown D.O.B.] – October 1, 2003

Personal History

Lieut, Col. Paul W. Kimbrough was from Little Rock, Arkansas. A University of Central Arkansas foundation scholarship for African American students studying political science or business is endowed in his honor.

Military History

Kimbrough was assigned to the 416th Engineer Command, Team 28, of the U.S. Army Reserve in Fort Benning, Georgia. He participated in Operation Enduring Freedom.


Army LTC Kimbrough died in Incirlik, Turkey of non-combat related injuries after being medically evacuated from Baghram, Afghanistan.