Mountain Home High School Alumni

Mountain Home, Arkansas (AR)

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

Bruce L. Baker
Bruce L. Baker
Class of 1981
Air Force, 20+ Years

Desert Storm Veteran
Catherine Preyer Conte
Catherine Preyer Conte
Class of 1967
Army, 20+ Years

I received a direct commission and attended schools at Fort McClellan, AL, Fort Ben Harrison, IN, and Fort Leavenworth, KS. Assignments included: Chief of Transfer Point, XO, Adjutant, Staff Officer, and Company Commander. I worked for 22nd Aviation Brigade, Training and Doctrine Command, Corps of Engineers, 22nd Signal Brigade, Criminal Investigation Command, Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel, Pentagon.
Dean E Young
Dean E Young
Class of 1989
Army, 20+ Years

Served in the United States Army from 1989 to 2010. Served as a Rocket Artillerymen at all levels from Recon Soldier to Unit First Sergeant. He deployed on numerous occasion support United States efforts worldwide, during his service he served a total of 4 combat tours in the Middle East. He currently resides in the state of Oklahoma continuing his service to the United States through his efforts in the training of future Artillerymen to provide the freedom we so cherish as Americans.
George Buster Chaney
George Buster Chaney
Class of 1967
Navy, 20+ Years

Served during Vietnam as an Electronics Technician, in charge of closed circuit entertainment. Served on the USS Camden (AOE-2), NATTC NAS Glynco, Georgia, and USS Albany (CG-10).
After a brief intermission from the US Navy, I returned in 1981 to serve as an Aviatiion Electronics Technician/Aviation Fire Control Technician. Stationed with VF-201 at NAS Dallas, TX, AIMD, NAS Atlanta, GA, VA/VFA-203 at NAS Cecil Field, Fl., VAQ-33, and Training Department at NAS Atlanta, Ga. I have served as an electronics technician on ships and aircraft systems and instructor trainer for CPR instructors for American Heart and in charge of a classified electronic warfare school. I have been deployed on a far east cruise, a north atlantic cruise, a mediterranean cruise and also deployed to sigonella italy as a show of force. I enjoyed my 20 years of service to our country and I am glad I retired from the US Navy.
James Alford
James Alford
Class of 1989
Marine Corps, 15 Years

My service was with two branches of the military, the Marine Corps for 6 years and the Army for over 9. I have been stationed in Guam, Camp LeJeune, NC, Ft Campbell, KY deployed to the Meditterranean to Spain, Israel , Turkey, Morocco, Panama, and of course Baghdad. Damn towelheads.
James H. Alford
James H. Alford
Class of 1989
Marine Corps, 15 Years

I served combined 15+ years in the Marine Corps, army and the ARNG. Basic Training was in MCRD San Diego, CA (no we did not go watch baseball games on weekends). After 18 weeks of training I was sent to serve 18 mos in Guam (SW Pacific, retirement location if I have my way), after that I was stationed at Camp LeJeune, NC where I was discharged. After two years of job hunting I enlisted in the army only because the Corps said they were not recruiting prior services. Went to Ft Campbell, KY (home of the 101st Airborne Division) while there I went to Panama, SA for 4 months and to Ft Benning, GA for 4 weeks. After discharge in the army I transferred to the ARNG near Nashville. After 9/11, It was only a matter of months before I was back in the game. Left for Ft Campbell again for a few months then stepped on a bird headed east...far east. Landed in Kuwait middle of June '03. Tere endeth the lesson.
Myron L Elbrader
Myron L Elbrader
Class of 1965
Navy, 3 Years

Served aboard USS Damato (DD871). Viet Nam cruise 1967-1968
Nicholas James Suntken, LCpl USMC
Nicholas James Suntken, LCpl USMC
Class of 2006
Marine Corps, 2 Years

Trained at New River Marine Air Base in North Carolina. Now (July, 2008) living on base at 29 Palms, CA with wife Becca and sons Justin and Brian. Scheduled for deployment to Iraq next month.
richard h hatcher
richard h hatcher
Class of 1962
Navy, 20+ Years

Coastal Surveillance Force Vietnam, 67-68, amphibious forces, Mediteranian
Special Operations, Joint Chiefs of Staff
richard hatcher
richard hatcher
Class of 1962
Navy, 20+ Years

Retired Chief Petty Officer, 16 years of sea duty including 2 years in Vietman, special operations, and amphibious forces.
richard hatcher
richard hatcher
Class of 1962
Navy, 20+ Years

16 years sea duty with amphibious and special ops, Vietman, 67 & 68, Joint Chiefs of Staff Ops 81-85
Steve Hutton
Steve Hutton
Class of 1978
Air Force, 4 Years

Sergeant in Ordinance
TSgt. Scotty D. Bell
TSgt. Scotty D. Bell
Class of 1993
Air Force, 16 Years

Egress Mechanic Ejection Seats F-4, F-16, A-10,F-15, and F-22. Nellis AFB, Las Vegas, NV 1993-1997, Osan AB, South Korea 1997-1998, Nellis AFB, Nevada 1998-2003 Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan 2003-2007, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska 2007-Present.
William T. "Tim" Wiseman
William T. "Tim" Wiseman
Class of 1980
Army, 20+ Years

Commissioned in 1984 through the University of Arkansas' Army ROTC program. Served 25 years in the active duty Army before transitioning/retiring in July of 2009.

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Audrena Pond
Class of '05

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