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
LTC Joye LaBarge Bryan, Military Intelligence Corps Class of 1970
Army, 20+ Years Over thirty-two (32) total years combined civilian and military tenure as a strategic and tactical intelligence analyst serving at Department of the Army, Department of Defense, Joint, International, and multinational levels worldwide. Nineteen years, seven months, and fourteen days as a United States Army strategic and tactical intelligence analyst serving world-wide. Eight (8) years as a United States Army Reserve Military Intelligence Officer - Tactical Operational Intelligence (USAR - 35D) analyst assigned in a USAR Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) position at Headquarters, Forces Command, Deputy Chief of Staff, Intelligence (HQ, FORSCOM/DCSINT) with a comprehensive background in computerized intelligence analysis support systems. Experience in leadership, intelligence analysis, military intelligence journalism, tactics, operations, policy and plans, operations security, scenario development, exercise control, and security involving problem-solving, decision-making, and trouble-shooting in intelligence analysis and security management positions - strategic, tactical, operational - worldwide. Job-Related Certificates and Licenses: â€¢Private Investigator - Graduate of the Division of Central Investigation Bureau, Inc., Falls Church, Virginia, January 1984 (not current). Job-Related Associations/Societies: â€¢International Strategic Studies Association, Member â€“ 2004. Awards and Honors: â€¢Defense Meritorious Service Medal â€“ 2000. â€¢NATO Medal (2nd award) â€“ 2000. â€¢United States Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal â€“ 2000. â€¢United States Army Reserve Medal with M Device â€“ 2000. Joint Service Commendation Medal (3rd award) - 1985; 1986;1995. â€¢Joint Meritorious Unit Award (3rd award) - 1985; 1986;1995. â€¢Meritorious Unit Citation (2nd award) - 1982; 1991. â€¢United States Army Commendation Medal (3rd award) - 1987; 1990; 1992. â€¢United States Army Achievement Medal (3rd award) - 1991; 1992; 1992. â€¢National Defense Service Medal (2nd award) - 1971, 1991. â€¢United States Army Good Conduct Medal (6th award) - 1981; 1984; 1987; 1990; 1993; 1996. â€¢United States Army Noncommissioned Officer Development Ribbon, Level 2 - 1984;1987. â€¢United States Army Overseas Service Ribbon (3 rd award) - 1986; 1992; 1996. â€¢United States Army Service Ribbon - OMPF. â€¢United States Army Expert Marksmanship Badge (Rifle) - 1978 - 1996. â€¢United States Army Expert Marksmanship Badge (Grenade) - 1978; 1986. â€¢United States Army Sharpshooter Marksmanship Badge (Pistol) â€“ 2000. â€¢Awarded: Additional Skill Identifier "H" (Instructor), 1981. â€¢Awarded: Additional Skill Identifier "A" (Technical Intelligence), 1981. â€¢Awarded: Additional Skill Identifier "2T" (TENCAP), 1983. â€¢Letter of Commendation: Headquarters, United States Air Forces Europe and Third Air Force, Ramstein Air Base, Ramstein, Germany, 1993. â€¢Letter of Commendation: J2, United States European Command, Stuttgart, Germany, April 1994. â€¢Letter of Commendation: Headquarters, Certificate of Achievement: Headquarters, United States European Command, September 1994. â€¢Plank Award: Joint Analysis Center, Royal Air Force Molesworth, United Kingdom, March 1993. â€¢Plank Award: 527th Military Intelligence Battalion (OPS), 66th Military Intelligence Brigade, 16 October 1992. â€¢Joint Analysis Center Team Spirit Award, Joint Analysis Center, Royal Air Force Molesworth, United Kingdom, April 1994. â€¢Certificate of Appreciation: Resources Directorate, Joint Analysis Center, RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom, November 1995. â€¢Certificate Of Appreciation: Headquarters, 61st Ordnance Brigade, United States Army Ordnance Center and School, Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland, February 1990. â€¢Certificate of Appreciation: Community Family Support Command - Korea, Seoul, South Korea, October 1986. â€¢Letter of Appreciation: Headquarters, United States European Command, June 1991. â€¢Letter of Appreciation: Headquarters, United States Army, Europe and Seventh Army, March 1991. â€¢Commended by Brigadier General Hayden, J2, European Command, for superior work during Operation SUPPORT HOPE in Rwanda; 1995.
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Louis Jordan, of Topeka, class of 1942 passed away on June 2, 2008 Burial in Delphos.