Agawam High School Alumni

Agawam, Massachusetts (MA)

Military Alumni

Military High School Alumni

Honoring Our Heroes

This area is dedicated to our alumni that have served or are serving in our armed forces!

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Honored Military Alumni

Anthony F. Graveline
Anthony F. Graveline
Class of 1977
Marine Corps, 20+ Years

4th Marine Aircraft Wing
KC-130 Hydraulics
NDI Tech
Aircrew Flight Mechanic
Charles Clark
Charles Clark
Class of 1958
Army, 20+ Years

Served 17 years in the Infantry and 5 years in the Adjutant General Corps. Served in the US, Korea, Vietnam and Germany. Retired with the rank of Major.
Gary parrott
Gary parrott
Class of 1977
Coast Guard, 18 Years

CWO3 medical
James K. O'Malley
James K. O'Malley
Class of 1964
Navy, 4 Years

Aviation Electrician's Mate - air crew - anti-submarine Warfare Patrol Squadron
Jordan St. John
Jordan St. John
Class of 1964
Marine Corps, 3 Years

Jordan St. John Class of 1964
Marine Corps, 3 Years Enlisted in the Marine Corps in late 1967. Went on activity duty in January 1968. following boot camp at Parris Island and advanced infantry training at camp Lejeune, I was sent to the Defense Inforrmation School to a basic military journalist course. Finishing as the top Marine in the course I received a meritious promotion to Lance corporal and asssigned to the Parris Island public affairs office as a writer on the Boot newspaper. After about 10 months at the paper, I met with a career counselor and volunteered to be sent to Vietnam on the condition that I be sent to the Broadcast Journalism at the Defense Information School. Following graduation I was sent to Camp Pendleton for a Vietnam orientation course. After the course, I was sent to Vietnam in 1969 August as a member of MACV and part of the American Forces Vietnam Network as a radio and television newscaster at the main station in Saigon. In January, I was assigned to Detachment 6 of AFVN which was in II CORPS at an Air Force base located on the South China Sea near the village of Tuy Hoa.During my Vietnam tour I was promoted to Sergeant. Returning to the states in September 1970, I was assigned to the 11th Marine Corps District Headquarters in Overland Park, Kansas where I spent my last in Decemberlast few months in uniform. I was discharged in December 1970. Then, thanks to the Marine Corps sending me to journalism school, I spent the rest of my career in
Sean R Hazen
Sean R Hazen
Class of 1988
National Guard, 12 Years

6 years service US Army Reserve, 6 years Air National Guard.
Thomas Davilli
Thomas Davilli
Class of 1970
Navy, 20+ Years

US Naval Academy Graduate; US Navy Captain (Retired)
Thomas J. Acquaro
Thomas J. Acquaro
Class of 1972
Army, 20+ Years

72-76 US Navy, DD-950, Pearl Harbor, HI, Operations Specialist 2d Class; WestPac 1973 SE Asia
77-79 Army ROTC (UMASS); Distinguished Military Graduate; Reg Army Commission (2LT)
79-84 US Army; Captain, Adjutant General Corps; Adjutant, 3rd Movements Region, 4th TransCom, Bremerhaven/Frankfurt, W Germany; Company Commander, A Co., US Army Reception Station, Ft. Jackson, SC; Dpty Director, US Army 71L School, Ft. Jackson, SC; Executive Officer, C Company, 1st Trng Brigade, Ft. Jackson, SC
84-92 US Army Reserve; Adjutant, 76th Trng Div, Hartford, CT; Individual Ready Reserve

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Agawam High School Classmates

Patricia Mcmahon
Class of '65

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Our Agawam High School military alumni are some of the most outstanding people we know and this page recognizes them and everything they have done! Not everyone gets to come home for the holidays and we want our Agawam High School Military to know that they are loved and appreciated. All of us in Agawam are proud of our military alumni and want to thank them for risking their lives to protect our country!