Military Alumni

Military 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

Albert "Jack" Bowen
Albert "Jack" Bowen Class of 1960
Army, 3 Years
U S Army Security Agency. MOS 059 Comm Intercept. Trained at Ft Devens, Mass. Duty at 12th USASA Field Sta. Chitose,Japan with TDY to RVN and ROK. Home in 1963 and into the active reserves for 5 more years in Salem, Mass.
C Tom Simons
C Tom Simons Class of 1961
Army, 3 Years
Huey Helicopter Crew Chief and Door Gunner. Cu Chi, South Vietnam 1966-67. 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry.
Daryl Rintoul
Daryl Rintoul Class of 1964
Air Force, 20+ Years
Joined sep64 completed Air Traffic Control School Mar65 McClellan AFB 65-66, Amarillo Tx 66-67, Danang AB Viet Nam, 67-68, Mather AFB 68-73 USAF Academy 73-76 Shemya AB Alaska 76-77 Mcclellan AFB 77-85 then retired
Greg Weber
Greg Weber Class of 1969
Air Force, 20+ Years
C-130 Crew Chief promoted to ISO Dock maintenance supervisor.
James Coen
James Coen Class of 1970
Air Force, 20+ Years
Retired 2012 a Lt Col in an aeromedical evacuation squadron. Most recent deployment to Ramstein AB as squadron commander of some of the best medical professionals who flew down nightly into Iraq and Afghanistan bring back the young men and women who were injuried or sick. They're the hero's for doing that day in day out.
Jerry Negus
Jerry Negus Class of 1987
Army, 6 Years
Corporal assigned to ODISC4, Pentagon
Jim Hawekins
Jim Hawekins Class of 1950
Navy, 20+ Years
41.8 years of service in Air Force, Air National Guard and Navy. Served in Asia, Europe, South America and U.S Aircraft Maintenance Chief, Flight Engineer. Retired in 1992.
Jim Hawkins
Jim Hawkins Class of 1950
Navy, 20+ Years
Served in USAF, ANG, AF RESERVE, NAVY RESERVE, NAVY ACTIVE DUTY--Total length of service: 41years, 7 months, 24 days. Master Chief Aircraft Maintenanceman, Airborne communications technician, Flight Engineer. Served in Texas, Minnesota, Arizona, New Mexico, California, Michigan, Korea, Japan, Singapore, Panama, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Equador, Spain, Italy, Sicily, France, Germany, and nunerous islands in the Carribean Ocean.
john avery
john avery Class of 1964
Army, 2 Years
Drafted US Army 1966. Stationed at Ft. Sam Houston Texas and Korat, Thailand. Medical Supply Depot.
Julian A. Kelso
Julian A. Kelso Class of 1941
Air Force, 20+ Years
Back then also known as the Army Air Corps.
Michael Cummings
Michael Cummings Class of 1978
Air Force, 13 Years
F-15 Eagle Electronic Countermeasures Technician- TITE Test Station Served at Lowry AFB Denver Colorado Bitburg AB West Germany Lowry AFB Instructor, STA, MTM. 3440 th and 3452 school Squadron.
Ron Lenfield
Ron Lenfield Class of 1962
Navy, 3 Years
AG3 Aerographers Mate Weather and Upper Air Observations LPH-2 Uss Iwo Jima East Pacific Ocean including waters off Vietnam Apollo 13 Recovery Ship 1968-1970
Ronald D. Willard
Ronald D. Willard Class of 1952
Air Force, 20+ Years
Ellington AFB 1954-1957 Physical Therapy & Surgery Tech. Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico; USAF Academy Athletic Trainer; 1965 -1971; Supt. Dept Orthopaedic Surgery, First Sgt. COMMAND CHIEF ,of 1200 enlisted men and women assigned to Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center 1972-1975, Ret. 22 1/2 years
Samuel Taylor
Samuel Taylor Class of 1962
Air Force, 7 Years
Served from Sept 1962-January 1970

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