Colerain High School Alumni

Cincinnati, Ohio (OH)

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

Bill Riley
Bill Riley
Class of 1964
Marine Corps, 20+ Years

Spent a bit more than 20 years in the U.S. Marines as a Radar and Computer Technician and Master Sergeant of Marines
A great time in my life
Cammie Leet Chapman
Cammie Leet Chapman
Class of 1982
Navy, 6 Years

Petty Officer Second Class - Aviation Storekeeper, NAF Washigton D.C., NAS JRB Ft. Worth, TX
Christopher J. Heather
Christopher J. Heather
Class of 1974
Air Force, 8 Years

Served as an officer/flight commander in the 445th Aeromedical Staging Squadron, WPAFB-Dayton, Ohio.
Janet A. McCormick
Janet A. McCormick
Class of 1960
Army, 12 Years

W omens Army Corps - rank major
Joseph (Jeff) McClung
Joseph (Jeff) McClung
Class of 1977
Army, 20+ Years

As a Army Test Pilot and Maintenance Manager, Joe has over 27 years of worldwide military service experience focusing in Aviation Production Support and Supply Management in the Federal Government and DOD Contracting. During all of his Aviation Maintenance and Logistics assignments, Joe increased aircraft readiness rates in all airframe types by streamlining Intermediate and Depot Maintenance procedures.

Joe has recently taken on a position as the Boeing Senior Support Manager for the Republic of Korea Air Force in Pusan, Korea. He will be responsible for the support of the the AEW&C 737-700 fleet support for Boeing.

Previously, Joe was the Netherlands (RNLAF), Turkey, Spain and Greece CH-47FD/F Support Program Manager and capturing H-47 Chinook Support Programs for multiple international campaigns across Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia. Joe managed the Boeing Global Support Network – Republic of Korea that supported the Pacific Rim countries. He built an integrated supply chain to He implemented a phased approach that began with parts and repairs and expanded into more complex services such as technical data, configuration management, modifications and upgrades for CH-47, F-15K, Presidential 737-300 and other Boeing Platforms. Prior to Boeing, Joe was the Deputy Program Manager for DynCorp International – Pacific Rim Operations providing direct corporate management for over 270 DynCorp Employees in Korea and Japan.
Joseph (Jeff) McClung
Joseph (Jeff) McClung
Class of 1977
Army, 20+ Years

As a Army Test Pilot and Maintenance Manager, Joe has over 27 years of worldwide military service experience focusing in Aviation Production Support and Supply Management in the Federal Government and DOD Contracting. During all of his Aviation Maintenance and Logistics assignments, Joe increased aircraft readiness rates in all airframe types by streamlining Intermediate and Depot Maintenance procedures.

Joe has recently taken on a position as the Boeing Senior Support Manager for the Republic of Korea Air Force in Pusan, Korea. He will be responsible for the support of the the AEW&C 737-700 fleet support for Boeing.

Previously, Joe was the Netherlands (RNLAF), Turkey, Spain and Greece CH-47FD/F Support Program Manager and capturing H-47 Chinook Support Programs for multiple international campaigns across Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia. Joe managed the Boeing Global Support Network – Republic of Korea that supported the Pacific Rim countries. He built an integrated supply chain to He implemented a phased approach that began with parts and repairs and expanded into more complex services such as technical data, configuration management, modifications and upgrades for CH-47, F-15K, Presidential 737-300 and other Boeing Platforms. Prior to Boeing, Joe was the Deputy Program Manager for DynCorp International – Pacific Rim Operations providing direct corporate management for over 270 DynCorp Employees in Korea and Japan.
Mark Dixon
Mark Dixon
Class of 1982
Army, 16 Years

Served as a Logistician and Linguist at military bases in Oklahoma, Alaska, Virginia, Washington DC, California, Germany, Texas, Hawaii.
Randy Dunn
Randy Dunn
Class of 1978
Marine Corps, 26 Years

Retired Sergeant Major with combat service. Served in Operation Desert Storm and the Global War on Terror.
Rick Driscoll
Rick Driscoll
Class of 1978
Air Force, 15 Years

Medic spent 3 tours in the desert.
Rick Driscoll
Rick Driscoll
Class of 1978
Air Force, 15 Years

Medical field started by working on a surgical ward. Rapidly advanced and within a year moved to the emergency room. 10 years in emergency room as shift supervisor and NCOIC 2 years in labor and delivery. 2 years as NCOIC of surgery clinic. Based in Torejon, Spain. Clark in Philippines. Rantoul Illinois. Suwon Korea. Hahn Germany. Cheyenne Wyoming. Served 3 tours in the Desert. Would volunteer to help again if asked.
Tim Herbert
Tim Herbert
Class of 1970
Air Force, 4 Years

Active duty from Dec 1972 until July 1976
Tom Hair
Tom Hair
Class of 1979
Army, 32 Years

Class of 1979, COL Thomas Hair was graduated from Thomas More College in 1984 with a BA in English Literature. After knocking around doing custom heat treating of metals, working construction sites, and selling plumbing, he enlisted in the US Army Infantry in 1988. In 1990 he graduated from Federal OCS as an Air Defense Artillery Officer, and subsequently served in Germany as a Chaparral Platoon Leader, Battalion S-5, and Battalion Adjutant for 4-3 ADA in Kitzingen, and then as the Division Headquarters Company Executive Officer, 3rd INF Division, in Wuerzburg. He was then assigned as an Observer Controller, working out of the Ft Knox/Louisville area. COL Hair entered the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1999 on an Army HPSP Scholarship, and was graduated in 2003 with an MD. He completed a Family Medicine Residency at Martin Army Hospital, and was sent to Ft Knox, Kentucky, where he served as Chief of Family Medicine. COL Hair did a combat tour as a Field Surgeon in Baghdad 2006-2008 with 15th BSB, 1st CAV Division, returned to Ft Knox where he served as both the WTU Battalion Surgeon and Chief of Warrior Care Medicine, and built the first US Army TBI Center in Kentucky. In 2011 COL Hair went to Afghanistan as the Battalion Surgeon for the 201st BSB, 1st INF Division. From 2012 to 2014, COL Hair was the Chief Department of Medicine at Ireland Hospital, Ft Knox, Kentucky. From 2014 to 2016, COL Hair was assigned as Division Surgeon, 3rd INF Division, Ft Stewart, Georgia. He then served as Command Surgeon for the Multinational Force and Observers with Task Force Sinai, Egypt, from 2016 to 2017. He returned to the States, and was assigned as Deputy Commander for Clinical Services, Lyster Clinic, Ft Rucker, Alabama, 2017-2019. COL Hair was assigned to the United States Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory in September of 2019, where he currently serves as the Group Director for Warfighter Performance. He is married to Meg Marguerite-Marie Hair (nee Huber), and lives in Enterprise, Alabama. A Diplomate of the American Board of Family Physicians, he is licensed in the State of Ohio in General Medicine, and has been selected as a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. His Military Education includes Officers Candidate School, Air Defense Officer Basic, Ordnance Officer Advanced, Command and General Staff College, AMEDD Executive Medicine Course, Army Airborne, and Army Flight Surgeon. His Military Awards include the Bronze Star with oak cluster, Meritorious Service Medal with 3 oak leaf clusters, and the Army Airborne and Army Flight Surgeon badges.
tom pierce
tom pierce
Class of 1981
Navy, 4 Years

nas cecil field (vs-31)cvn-69
Vernon Pope, MSgt (Ret)
Vernon Pope, MSgt (Ret)
Class of 1982
Air Force, 20+ Years

- Minot AFB ND, Jul 85-Mar87
- Azores, Portugal Mar 87-Feb90
- Wright Patterson AFB, OH Feb 90-May93
- Osan AB, S Korea, May 93-May 94
- Andersen AFB Guam, May 94-May 96
- Bad Kreuznach AIN, Germany, May 96-May 00
- Langley AFB Va, May 00-Jan 04
- Mildenhall AB, United Kingdom, Jan 04-Jan05
- Served one tour in Bosnia from Sep -Dec 96
- Retired from the Air Force. Last job held was as Communications Security Manager

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Pamela Gray
Class of '77

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Bob Cassini class of 71

My brother Bob, class of 71 died July 2011. Very sad for us all. Cancer. Though he sought help for symptons as early as...
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Our Colerain 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 Colerain High School Military to know that they are loved and appreciated. All of us in Cincinnati are proud of our military alumni and want to thank them for risking their lives to protect our country!