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

A.J. Dorn
A.J. Dorn Class of 1963
Army, 20+ Years
US Army 20 Years RVN 1966-1967 1969-1970 Helicopter Tech Inspector Still serving US Navy Civilian FRCSE NAS Jacksonville
Brian Mollitor
Brian Mollitor Class of 2006
Navy, 6 Years
Enlisted Serving in PACCOM
Bruce Henniger
Bruce Henniger Class of 1966
Army, 2 Years
1967-1969 -- 82nd Airborne Military Police, 2nd platoon, 118th. Airborne Military, security section,& 501st Military Police Security.. Advanced training courses... - guess I didn't play by the rules because I pulled over the provost Marshall and told him not to pull over people & yelled at him ! ( He didn't have a uniform on -didn't recognize him ) ## He must have remembered me, I got picked to guard the Commamding General for all the Green Berets, He had death threats (Later after the detail he got us drunk -my kind of a guy ),, while going to do something with the C.I.D. working undercover, I saw one our Classmates in our jail cell won't tell you who,, But it was for being (A.W.O.L. )also pulled over post chaplain for speeding-didn't give him a ticket but told him I might need him some time they me out of trouble... & finally pulled over post medical doctor, didn't give him a ticket and got slips to get out of regular duties so I could go over drink with Dan PRYOR at a nuclear top secret base Ft. Killeen, Texas. Closed now .. Every time I got to be P.F.C. I got busted to E-2
Bruce Henniger
Bruce Henniger Class of 1966
Army, 2 Years
82nd Airborne Military Police
Bryan Mollitor
Bryan Mollitor Class of 2005
Navy, 5 Years
Aviation Electrician's Mate working on the EA-6B Prowler in Electronic Attack Squadron 135 (VAQ 135)
Charles Murphy
Charles Murphy Class of 1983
Army, 6 Years
Served three years in Germany 51st AMF(L) airborne three years ,423rd M.P, Co. first desert storm deployment.
Clifford Hinton
Clifford Hinton Class of 1966
Navy, 4 Years
US Navy "Seabees" served at duty stations: Builder "A" school Port Hueneme, California - Adak, Alaska - CBMU-301, Vietnam - Naval Facility, Cape Hatters, N. Carolina.
Army, 4 Years
Date of Casualty: 6/28/1971. Is honored on Panel 3W, Line 92 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Donald is buried at Arlington National Cemetery. Do not stand at my grave and weep. I am not there; I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow, I am the diamond glints on snow, I am the sun on ripened grain, I am the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the morning's hush I am the swift uplifting rush Of quiet birds in circled flight. I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry, I am not there; I did not die. Mary Frye – 1932
Douglas E Gillis
Douglas E Gillis Class of 1962
Navy, 5 Years
Aviation Structural Mechanic 2nd Class (E5) attached to VT-7 NAAS Meridian, MS, transferred to Imperial Beach, Calif. to report to HS-2 (Antisubmarine Helicopter Squardron 2. Attaché to CV12 USS HORNET. Flew air crew surch and rescue of the coast of Southeast Asia. Got out in 1967 and worked at Naval Air Rework Facility, NAS North Island. Went on to the San Diego Police Department and was injured on the job, and medically retired. Built prisons and cold storage wearhouses as a senior project superintendent and or project manager. Got tired and retired.
FRANK BOULD Class of 1966
Marine Corps, 4 Years
Frank Serra
Frank Serra Class of 1965
Navy, 6 Years
Served with Amphibious Construction Battalion 2 Little Creek Va.;Presidential Declassification Team, National Archives, Washington D.C.
Frank Serra
Frank Serra Class of 1965
Navy, 6 Years
Served with Amphibious Construction Battalion 2, Little Creek, Va.; Presidential Declassification Team, National Archives, Washington D.C.
H. Lawrence "Larry" Serra
H. Lawrence "Larry" Serra Class of 1963
Navy, 3 Years
OOD on USS Providence, then worked as a NILO (Naval Intelligence Liaison Officer) for VADM ZUmwalt in Cambodia and Vietnam, running spy network and performing covert intel missions [see my book NILO Ha Tien- a Novel of Naval Intelligence in Cambodia, at]
Henry Lawrence SERRA, Jr. ("Larry")
Henry Lawrence SERRA, Jr. ("Larry") Class of 1963
Navy, 3 Years
NILO Ha Tien (naval intelligence) on Cambodian border during VN War (1969-1970); USS Providence (7th Flt flagship) WESTPAC (1968-1969)
Jonahan D.G. Lloyd
Jonahan D.G. Lloyd Class of 1970
Army, 4 Years
I was Military Intelligence. My specialty was penatration/elimination. I served with 101st Airborne Division at Firebase Eagle, I Corps, Quang Tre, An Loc area. I served for 8 months and 8 days until our firebase was overtaken.
Jonathan D.G. Lloyd
Jonathan D.G. Lloyd Class of 1970
Army, 3 Years
I enlisted in 1971. I was accepted into Military Intelligence. Spent 8 mos, and 8 days in Viet Nam until our fire base got over run by NVA. After a short stay at the hospital in Japan. I was re-assigned to Washington D.C. where I was assigned to the White House and then the Pentagon. Decorations: CIB, Airborne Wings, Silver Star, Purple Heart, Joint Services Commondation, Bronze Star, Good Conduct Ribbon (never got caught doing anything bad), and others. I loved the military. Other than combat. It was great. The history, tradition, true patriotism. I was never more proud to serve.
Kerry Hiestand
Kerry Hiestand Class of 1986
Marine Corps, 12 Years
U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command Camp Lejeune, NC
Lloyd Henniger
Lloyd Henniger Class of 1963
Army, 4 Years
18th airborne unit, Fort Bragg, NC.
Matthew Perez (HM2)
Matthew Perez (HM2) Class of 2004
Navy, 6 Years
~Hospital Corpsman/Physical Therapy Assistant~ Hospital Corpsman (HM) perform duties as assistants in the prevention and treatment of disease and injury and assist health care professionals in providing medical care to Navy people and their families. We also serve as battlefield corpsmen with the Marine Corps, rendering emergency medical treatment to include initial treatment in a combat environment. ~Assists a physical therapist and/or medical officer in administering physical therapy. Assists with the development, teaching and supervision of exercise programs and activities of daily living to enhance patient's strength, endurance, coordination, and mobility. Assists with assessment of range of motion, strength and ambulation skills. Teaches the use of ambulation aids. Applies physical modalities of whirlpool, paraffin bath, ultrasound, diathermy, infrared, hot and cold packs, and electrical stimulation.~
Michael Bartlett
Michael Bartlett Class of 1976
Navy, 20+ Years
Served 1983-1991 active duty in USS Nitro AE23 and taught at USMMA, Kings Point. Then transferred to the reserves 1991-2014 in Naval Coastal Warfare Group Two and MIUWU203. Retired as a Captain (O-6) 2014. Joined NCPD in 1993. Work as a Detective.

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Class of '75

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July 28th 2012
Wall's Wharf on the beach
6:00 to 10:00
$65.00 per person

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