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
3thClass Cadet. Chrisy Chantarasopak Class of 2005
Coast Guard, 1 Years US.coast Guard Academy 3th Class Cadet. Chrisy Chantarasopak -------SEMPER PARATUS-------------- Developing Leaders of Character NewLondon , Connecticut
A. Peter (Pete) Walter Class of 1971
Marine Corps, 4 Years 1970-75 - Aviation Ordnance Tech VMO 1 New River NC, VMCJ 1 Iwakuni, Japan, Detachments Okinawa, Taiwan, Phillipine Islands, Vietnam. Ended in Yuma AZ. at MCAS Station Weapons Battallion. Got out in Yuma in 1975.
Andrew Guckian Class of 1999
National Guard, 10 Years Full Time Staff for 1156 Engineer Company
Anthonmy (Bill) Tormey Class of 1978
Air Force, 20+ Years Spent first10 years as a pararescueman and my second t3n years as an officer and weapons controller in ground TACS and flying on board the AWACS airplane
Anthony Antonaccio Class of 2004
Navy, 2 Years Third Class Petty Officer
arnold winkler Class of 1952
Air Force, 12 Years mitilaryadvisior to viet nam gov memberof b52 crew sac gunner b52/b66/b45
Brad Willette Class of 1973
Army, 20+ Years Lieutenant Colonel - U.S. Army Reserve (Retired)
Brian J Stas Class of 1990
Navy, 2 Years Petty Officer 3rd Master At Arms
Captain Thomas J. Carter Class of 1973
Army, 20+ Years Captain Thomas John Carter is a native of New York and entered the United States Army as an Enlisted Solider in 1973. His enlisted service was spent with The 82nd Finance Company, 82nd Airborne Division; 1st PPSD, First Corps Support Command; Company A, 826 Military Intelligence Battalion; First United States Army Area Intelligence Center and School, Sixth United States Army Area Intelligence School; The United States Army Intelligence Center and School, Company C, 1st Battalion, 11th Special Forces Group, (Airborne); the Defense Intelligence Agency,(DIA)and the Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence, The Pentagon; where he was promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant. He was the Distinguished Leadership Graduate of the First Corp Support Command Leadership School. Upon receiving a Direct Commission as an Infantry Officer, Captain Carter graduated from the Infantry Officers Basic Course as a Second Lieutenant. Other early assignments were Adjutant, 2nd Battalion 2nd Infantry, Fort Lewis, Washington; Heavy Weapons/Mortar Platoon Leader, 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Pathfinder Platoon Leader, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Executive Officer and Company Commander, 4th Airborne Company, 4th Airborne Battalion, Fort Benning, Georgia; Records Management Officer, Assistant Chief of Staff, Intelligence, The Pentagon; Assistant Adjutant, 12th Special Forces Group, (Airborne) Arlington Heights, Illinois; Executive Officer, Officer of the Reserve Components Advisor, 11th Infantry, Fort Benning, Georgia and Operations and Security Officer, 1018th Reception Battalion. Prior to his retirement in 1996 Captain Carter was the Operations Officer (S-3), Lanes Training Battalion, Fort Dix, New Jersey. His education includes the Infantry Officers Advanced Course, the United States Army Command and General Staff College, Force Development Officers Course, and the Combined Arms Service Staff School. He also graduated from the Budget Managers, Training Managers, Personnel Managers and Mobilization Managers Officers Course. He is Airborne, Pathfinder and Mortar Officer qualified. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Business form Pace University, and in enrolled in a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program. His awards include the Army Commendation Medal (2), the Army Achievement Medal, the Army Good Conduct Medal, the Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal, The National Defense Service Medal (2), the Army Service Ribbon, the Non Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon, the Presidential Unit Citation (Army - Air Force), Expert Infantry Badge, Pathfinder Badge, and the Parachute Badge. Captain Carter is regimentally affiliated with the 509th Parachute Infantry Regiment. (Airborne) (Pathfinders)
Charles OlMSTEAD Class of 1969
Air Force, 20+ Years E5 STAFF SARGENT
Christopher A. Piazza Class of 1998
Marine Corps, 11 Years Infantry Marine (0369) -- Curently a Detachment Commandar at US Embassy San Salvador, El Salvador.
David A. Holland Class of 1979
Marine Corps, 4 Years Parris Island trained, served at MCAS El Toro, Camp Kinser Okinawa, and MCFC Kansas City.
Donna J. Marquis Mirabelli Class of 1970
Air Force, 20+ Years Training manager for aircraft maintenance
Edward A. young Class of 1985
Army, 12 Years 1985-1988 Served at Fort Knox Kentucky; Kitzingen, West Germany. as an M1 Abrams Tank Gunner. 1988-1992 Fort Leonard Wood as Combat Engineer. 1992-1997 Army Personell Clerk Supervisor. Rank: Sergeant
Frank J. Mirra Jr. Class of 1992
Marine Corps, 4 Years Aviation Maintenance Administration VMA-223, VMAQ-4 Cherry Point, NC Operation Decisive Endeavor and Deliberate Guard; Aviano, Italy Sept 1996-March 1997.
Greg Hansen Class of 2007
Navy, 1 Years Serving in iraq at a detainee fascility (brig) in Aug.
James R. Patterson Class of 1981
Navy, 20+ Years Retired from USN SeaBees May 2008 after 24 years 11 months. Engineer Aid first class. Five years active duty including 360 days in the Middle East from September 2006 to September 2007.
Jeffrey McGee Class of 1975
Coast Guard, 4 Years HH-3F Search and Rescue
Joe Mirra Class of 1992
Marine Corps, 5 Years US Marine Security Guard in Vienna, Austria and Asuncion, Paraguay. Radio Operator in Okinowa, Japan and South Korea.
John Del Campo Class of 1971
Navy, 20+ Years Commissioned: Ensign, United States Navy Reserve, November 1981 Source: Naval Aviation Schools Command - Aviation Officer Candidate School, Pensacola, Florida Transferred to Retired Reserve: December 2009 Permanent Rank: Commander (O-5) Service: 28 years, including active duty special work, National Military Command Center, Pentagon, and three mobilizations: Operation Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Operation Noble Eagle/Enduring Freedom Medals and Awards: Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Joint Service Achievement Medal and Joint Staff Identification Badge
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CHS Multi-Class Reunion - LAST CHANCE
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