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
Ashley Johnson Class of 2006
Air Force, 5 Years Serving as a safety specialist.
Billy smith Class of 1961
Air Force, 20+ Years Born 4-20-43. Died 9-25-11.
Billy Smith Class of 1961
Air Force, 20+ Years Flew Air Force Interceptor & Fighter Aircraft. Two combat tours to Southeast Asia. Fighter Weapons testing and tactics development.
Carlton Stokes Class of 2003
Air Force, 6 Years Environmental and Electrical Systems Specialist
Cornail Gaymon Class of 2006
Marine Corps, 4 Years 1/11/2011 Portsmouth, Virginia native promoted to Marine Corps corporal VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½ Portsmouth, Va. native and Churchland High School class of 2006 graduate, Cornail Gaymon was promoted to the rank of Marine Corps corporal during a ceremony with fellow Marines aboard Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Virginia, Thursday. Corporal Gaymon, who entered active military service in June 2006, is currently serving as an infantry skills instructor at Marine Corps Training and Advisory Group (MCTAG) in Virginia Beach, Va. MCTAG provides conventional training and advisor teams to work alongside partner Nations' security forces. Prior to reporting to MCTAG in June 2010, Gaymon served as a rifleman with 3rd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment at Camp Lejeune, N.C. and prior to that he served as a security force guard with 3rd Fleet Antiterrorism Security Teams, Marine Corps Security Force Regiment, aboard Camp Allen in Norfolk, Virginia. His wife Chavenia Gaymon, son Kaiden and his parents Michael and Karen Wilkins still reside in the Hampton Roads area. Cutlines: - Marine Sgt. Oscar Garza, infantry skills instructor and Cpl. Alex Gallegos, training clerk at MCTAG pin on the rank of corporal to the Portsmouth, Virginia native, Cornail Gaymon. Newly promoted Marine Gaymon is an infantry skills instructor within MCTAG. -Corporal GaymonÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s spouse, Chavenia and son Kaiden attended the promotion ceremony at MCTAG, Thursday. Corporal Gaymon, Chavenia and Kaiden are all Hampton Roads area natives and residents. For more information on Cpl. Cornail Gaymon or on Marine Corps Training and Advisory Group, please contact Gunnery Sgt. Alexis R. Mulero, MCTAG public affairs chief
Ernest Knight Class of 2007
Army, 1 Years Food Service Specialist
George Pond Class of 1970
Army, 20+ Years U.S. Army Bandsman
George Pond Class of 1970
Army, 20+ Years Served 24 years as a musician in the U.S. Army as a Trombone and Euphonium player. Assignments include 6th Army Band-Presidio of San Franciso, U.S. Continental Army Band-Fort Monroe, VA, 6th ID(L) Band-Fort Wainwright, AK, Fort Lee Army Band, 2nd ID Band, Korea, and U.S. Army Element, School of Music staff.
Glenn Martin Class of 2003
Navy, 5 Years E-6
Jim Link Class of 1968
Navy, 3 Years Division Officer on USS Pensacola (LSD-38), 1973-1976
Johnnie Taylor Class of 1964
Army, 3 Years Green Beret, HALO Jumpmaster, '68-'71
Kenneth E Collins Class of 1965
Army, 2 Years Ft Jackinson S C. (BT). 1966 Ft Poke Lois. (A I T ) Jungle training One year tour of duty in Viet Nam 1966 to 1967 1968 Discharged
Lawton Baker Class of 1974
Army, 20+ Years Warrant Officer Helicopter Pilot
michael jones Class of 1993
Marine Corps, 9 Years stationed in NC
michael wallace Class of 1994
Army, 10 Years 82nd airborne division "paratrooper" been to iraq a few times.
Phillip Hill Class of 2003
Navy, 6 Years Air Traffic Controller
Phillip Hill Class of 2003
Navy, 7 Years Air traffic controllers are the people who operate the air traffic control systems to expedite and maintain a safe and orderly flow of air traffic. They apply separation rules to keep aircraft apart from each other in their area of responsibility and move all aircraft safely and efficiently through their assigned sector of airspace. Because controllers have an incredibly large responsibility while on duty, the ATC profession is regarded around the world as one of the most difficult jobs today, and can be notoriously stressful depending on many variables (equipment, configurations, weather, traffic volume, human factors, etc.). Having said this, many controllers would cite high salary, very good employee benefits, autonomy, and flexible hours as major advantages of their job.
Robert Moore Class of 1994
Air Force, 15 Years I been deployed twice to Iraq and once to Aghanstan. I been stationed in Texas, Germany, Hawaii, New York, and Lousiana. I was an chemical specialist. I'm currently in Individual Ready Reserve until March 2010.
Stephen Durham Class of 2008
Army, 20+ Years Army Infantry / Logistics. Retired 2008
Steven Trau Class of 2005
Army, 4 Years Recently returned from Korea and now stationed at Fort Campbell.
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Sam Albright class of 2006 just graduated from NYU May 2013 with a Masters in Social Work and is working on becoming a c...