Military Alumni

Military Alumni

Honoring Our Heroes

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

Lost Class Rings

Have you lost your Fayetteville-manlius High School class ring? Have you found someone's class ring? Visit our Hornets lost class ring page to search for your class ring or post information about a found ring.

Honored Military Alumni

Barry  DeLong
Barry DeLong Class of 1969
Marine Corps, 2 Years
(Correction of Previous Post). I was Class of 1969. Vietnam 1969-1970 Served with H & S Company and Lima Company 3rd Battalion 1st Marines in Quang Nam Province. Grenadier and Machine Gunner
Barry DeLong
Barry DeLong Class of 1970
Marine Corps, 2 Years
Vietnam 1969-1970 Served with H & S Company and Lima Company 3rd Battalion 1st Marines in Quang Nam Province. Grenadier and Machine Gunner
Bruce Carmichael
Bruce Carmichael Class of 1970
Air Force, 20+ Years
USAF officer and pilot. Over 4,300 flying hours in T-37, T-38, B-52 and U-2 aircraft. Flew U-2 reconnaissance missions in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm and at various other locations. Commander of 99th Reconnaissance Squadron, Beale AFB, CA. Served in staff positions in Hawaii, the Pentagon and in Denmark. Retired as Colonel in 1998.
GERALD H SLIVINSKI
GERALD H SLIVINSKI Class of 1961
Army, 3 Years
WHEEL AND TRACK VEHICLE REPAIR--10 TON TANK RETIEVER--ALL WHEEL AND TRACK VEHICLE DRIVER---5 TON WRECKER OPERATOR
Grabowski, Deborah
Grabowski, Deborah Class of 1984
Air Force, 20+ Years
Retired Master Sergeant USAFR 507th ARW CES/DEF Tinker, AFB OK.
Jan Cody Gaudio
Jan Cody Gaudio Class of 1969
Navy, 20+ Years
Trained as a helicopter pilot by US Navy, over 3200 hours mostly from small decks. Commanded squadron, Naval Station and two Navy Regions. Retired from Navy after 34 years 1 January 2006 as Rear Admiral
Jan Gaudio
Jan Gaudio Class of 1969
Navy, 20+ Years
Served as a helicopter pilot for many years and then got into managing installations. Loved every minute of it!
Lucinda Brown
Lucinda Brown Class of 1972
Navy, 15 Years
Active Duty during Vietnam War Era and active Reserve Drilling
Peter J. Taylor
Peter J. Taylor Class of 1984
Army, 7 Years
1984-1987 24TH INFANTRY DIV. Mechanized Ft. Stewart GA. 19E Armor Specialist 1987-1991 376TH Combat Support Hospital, Liverpool NY, 91A, Field Medic.
Richard  Schug
Richard Schug Class of 1971
Air Force, 20+ Years
Rich served 35 years with the Air National Guard at Hancock Field. He is a veterin of Viet Nam & the Gulf war of 1991. Rich was an air craft mech. and the president of ACT. The union for Civil Service with in the military. Rich met many times with Congressman Jim Walsh in DC and Syr.
Robert S. Hill
Robert S. Hill Class of 1970
Marine Corps, 20+ Years
12 Years USMC 20 Years Army National Guard Retired Lt. Colonel 2002
Robert Schermerhorn
Robert Schermerhorn Class of 1966
Army, 7 Years
2 years in vietnam as a LRRP with the 4th. inf.
Ron Chapman
Ron Chapman Class of 1984
Army, 3 Years
82nd Airborne Division,Infantry 11B1P, Ft. Bragg, NC, served in Panama, and attended United States Military Academy Preparatory School Ft. Monmouth, NJ
Sandra Hough
Sandra Hough Class of 1975
Navy, 20+ Years
Served as a Storekeeper at various locations on the East coast and in Europe. Also served on 3 ships.
Ted Dailey
Ted Dailey Class of 1971
Marine Corps, 20+ Years
Flew F-4s and F/A-18s.
Thomas Dennee
Thomas Dennee Class of 1966
Marine Corps, 4 Years
RVN VMA-311
Thomas Dennee
Thomas Dennee Class of 1966
Marine Corps, 20+ Years
Ended up as a Production Engineer for NAVAIRSYSCOM
Thomas Dennee
Thomas Dennee Class of 1966
Marine Corps, 4 Years
Four years of working with A-4's Last year was in ChuLai, RVN and Iwakuni, Japan.

Classmates Spotlight

Fayetteville-manlius High School Classmates

Narumol Jamieson
Class of '86

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School News

Lax alumni game

The alumni game will be held at the Swan Pond field on July 4th, starting at noon! It has been a couple of years since ...
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