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

ALDRICH DAVIS
ALDRICH DAVIS
Class of 1988
Navy, 20+ Years

CHIEF YEOMAN, STILL DOING WHAT I DO!!
Alfred M Wincher
Alfred M Wincher
Class of 1989
Marine Corps, 8 Years

3521, 3522 and 3524 Motor Transport Mechanic. 1990-1998. Honorably discharged.
bill chivers
bill chivers
Class of 1966
Army, 2 Years

us army 1966-68..vietnam 1967-68..199th light infintry
Bryan K Johnson
Bryan K Johnson
Class of 1989
Marine Corps, 9 Years

Grunt University, Supply and Logistics
Carolyn Faye Tackwood-Tiller
Carolyn Faye Tackwood-Tiller
Class of 1978
Navy, 9 Years

I served as an Aircraft Mechanic for the United States Navy in San Diego, California and Rota Spain.
Curtis L. Lewis
Curtis L. Lewis
Class of 1966
Marine Corps, 4 Years

Honorable Discharge April 1971
Dennis Pomonis
Dennis Pomonis
Class of 1970
Army Reserves, 12 Years

Gulf War, 808th Engineer, Combat Unit
Garland Bell
Garland Bell
Class of 1964
Marine Corps, 20+ Years

Retired United States Marine Corps First Sergeant and Vietnam Veteran
George E Broussard (Buddy)
George E Broussard (Buddy)
Class of 1965
Navy, 8 Years

Two Combat Tours In Vietnam
Gilbert Arocha
Gilbert Arocha
Class of 1990
Army, 11 Years

13Mike-Multiple Rockets Launching System Artillery. 2x Iraqi Veteran, Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom 1&2.
Harold Lee
Harold Lee
Class of 1979
Army, 13 Years

Served as a CH-47 (Chinook) mechanic, flight engineer, then as an inspector. Made the rank of Sergeant. After 13 Years of Army adventures I got out and started working for contractors, still supporting the military.and still doing it.
James Woodard
James Woodard
Class of 1980
Air Force, 20 Years

My time in the Air Force was the fastest 20 years of my life. Enjoyed the travel and meeting good people.
Jerry Smith
Jerry Smith
Class of 1968
Navy, 20+ Years

Senior Chief Firecontrolman (Surface Warfare)
JOHNSON, Clarence ("CJ")
JOHNSON, Clarence ("CJ")
Class of 1963
Air Force, 24 Years

USAF continuous active duty, 4yrs., 2 mo., 1 day; including multiple tours in Vietnam: 1967,-'68,-69. Joined USAF Reserves in 1984 and retired in 2004 to include an active duty tour in the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Storm.
Kay Stephens
Kay Stephens
Class of 1987
Air Force, 20+ Years

Air Force Retirement
Lavelle Perkins
Lavelle Perkins
Class of 1981
Marine Corps, 20+ Years

Retired MGySgt
Lewis Garrison
Lewis Garrison
Class of 1983
Army, 20+ Years

Medical
Michael Ray Morgan
Michael Ray Morgan
Class of 1976
Army, 4 Years

Served in the 589th Signal Company, Stuttgart Germany
Regenial P. Davis
Regenial P. Davis
Class of 1989
Army, 5 Years

Gulf War veteran.Served with 24th Infantry,2nd Infantry and 3rd Armored Cavalry.
Richard Anderson
Richard Anderson
Class of 1966
Marine Corps, 1 Years

Anderson was born on 16 April 1948, in Washington, D.C. At an early age, he moved with his parents to Houston, Texas. He graduated from M.B. Smiley High School there in May 1966, then attended San Jacinto Junior College in Pasadena, Texas, for a year and a half.

Anderson enlisted in the Marine Corps in Houston on 8 April 1968. Upon completion of recruit training with the 2d Recruit Training Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California, he received individual combat training with the 1st Battalion, 2d Infantry Training Regiment, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California, and returned to San Diego to attend Sea School. He was promoted to Private First Class (PFC) effective 1 July 1968.
PFC Anderson completed his training in October 1968, and was ordered to the Far East, where he joined Sub Unit #1, Provisional Service Battalion, 9th Marine Amphibious Brigade.
In November 1968, he was reassigned duty with the 3rd Marine Division in the Republic of Vietnam, and served initially as a rifleman with Company D, 1st Battalion, 4th Marines. In January 1969, he assumed duty as scout and, later, Assistant Fire Team Leader with Company E, 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion, 3rd Marine Division. He was promoted to Lance Corporal effective 1 June 1969.
On 24 August 1969, while participating in combat approximately 12 miles northwest of Vandergrift Combat Base in Quang Tri Province, he was mortally wounded.
Richard is the only Marine, from Texas, to receive the Medal of Honor during the Vietnam war
Roger Anthony Fisher
Roger Anthony Fisher
Class of 1983
Army, 15 Years

Combat Engineer
Roger W. Beck
Roger W. Beck
Class of 1968
Navy Reserves, 20+ Years

Retired SK1 in 1990
Steve Parks
Steve Parks
Class of 1980
Air Force, 20+ Years

24 years retired USAF
Thelma Williams Jefferson
Thelma Williams Jefferson
Class of 1992
Army Reserves, 14 Years

92 F Petroleum Supply Specialist
Theodore Thomas
Theodore Thomas
Class of 1981
Navy, 8 Years

Served on 2 Destroyers as a ship's serviceman and military police in Millington, Tn.
Tim Mathews
Tim Mathews
Class of 1974
Marine Corps, 16 Years

USMC MGST Ret gunner UH-1 and AH-1 6 tours of combat service
Wayne E Walker
Wayne E Walker
Class of 1973
Navy, 3 Years

I joined the Navy in 1974 where I attended boot camp along with my friend Johnny Ferguson also of class of '73. After boot camp we were stationed in Bainebridge for radioman school. I served the rest of my tour in Yokosuka Japan.

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Our M.b. Smiley 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 M.b. Smiley High School Military to know that they are loved and appreciated. All of us in Houston are proud of our military alumni and want to thank them for risking their lives to protect our country!