Honoring Our Heroes
This area is dedicated to our alumni that have served or are serving in our armed forces!
Lost Class Rings
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Honored Military Alumni
Arthur Scott Coggins Class of 1981
Army, 11 Years US Army 81-92. Electronics/Radio repair 81-85, served in Korea, then Ft. Leonard Wood, MO. Military Intelligence/Russian Linguist 86-92, Monterey, CA, San Angelo, TX, Wurzburg, Germany.
Charmetri A. Wrice-Bulluck Class of 1980
Army, 18 Years US Army 1985-2008 98th Div 5th Bn Psyop Support for OIF/OEF Retired Sgt First Class
Christopher J. Fothergill Class of 2002
Marine Corps, 10 Years Semper Fi
Darryl G. Lentini Class of 1955
Army, 20+ Years US Army Paratroopers/Infantryman/Served in Germany/Lebanon/Korea/Vietnam/Thailand. Retired in Lexington, NC.
Darryl Lentini Class of 1955
Army, 20+ Years Served most of my time in the 82nd Airborne Div. Two tours of duty in Vietnam, One tour in Korea , One tour in Thailand, Two tours in Germany and 4 months in Lebanon. Retired as Master Sgt and a Master Parachutist. Retired in Lexington, NC.
David Hammick Class of 1962
Marine Corps, 12 Years Served 12 years in the Marines at Camp Lejuene, Camp Pendleton, 29 Palms, Okinawa, Vietnam 1967-1970 and various other stations.
Dominic Napolitano Class of 1973
Army, 20+ Years United States Army Band Europe
Donna L. Boulaine Class of 1971
Air Force, 6 Years Served as Administrative Specialist and then transferred into Air Passenger Specialist field. Served stateside during the Vietnam conflict. Transferred into the CT Air National Guard in 1973 and served there until June of 1977.
Ed Krupinski Class of 1961
Air Force, 4 Years Served as a KC-135 Flying Gas Station Flight Simulator Specialist. The simulator had a permanent installation at the Strategic Air Command Headquarters at Westover AFB in Mass. The Airmen served on a rotating temporary duty assignment for the flight simulator built in a railroad car. The railroad car was huge compared to a regular RR car because it had hydraulically expanding sides that opened up when power was connected to the car at a railroad side on the AFB. The car traveled between Florida, Georgia, and Michigan during the year. An Airman, including myself, traveled in the car as it was moved by locomotives between the bases. I think that they had an airman two or three stripe travel with the car so the Air Force could have someone to blame and court-martial if the car derailed or was moved a thousand miles with the brakes locked. With the wheels locked the brakes could shoot sparks and start forest fires between the bases. The RR car had a pull-down Murphy type bed, a sink, a liquor cabinet (refrigerator), and a view of America thru an open personnel door with a chain across the opening to prevent the wheeled office chair from dumping you into the Okeefeenokee Swamp, an Atlanta slum, or a Jacksonville RR switching yard. The Air Force was an alternative to Viet Nam. There wasn't any money in rank but then again there was no Gook shooting at you or poisoning you with bamboo spear points.
Emily DiCosimo Class of 2005
Marine Corps, 1 Years she has been in for about a year now workin as a Landing Support speacialist schedualed to deploy to iraq in august.
Felix Ayala Class of 2008
Marine Corps, 6 Years Joined the Marine Corps only two months after our graduation and four months before my 18th birthday. Oooraahhh !!
Gary Grumwald Class of 1974
Navy, 10 Years Electronic Technician , USS Mt Whitney, Traveled the world . Lived in Latina Italy for a year. Great experiences.
Henry McCray Class of 1975
Navy, 6 Years E-5 QM2 navigator assistant,and master helmsman steer ship during refueling and special operations.
Howard Donahue Class of 1954
Army, 3 Years served in the army from sept 54 to sept 57
Ismael Negron (Itchy) Class of 1970
Army, 20+ Years Air defense, as a Chapparal Crewman and Redeye gunner, transitioned to Aviation served as an intructor for the US Army Aviation Logistics School , 3rd Staff and Faculty, served in Germany twice, Stationed in Wuerzburg, and Nurnberg, serviced in Korea for a year, served with the 101 Airborne division, Marne Division, Air Calvalry, more information can be found in Military .com, retired in July of 1997
James Scott Sanders Class of 1975
Marine Corps, 20+ Years Combat photographer/Aerial recon photographer
Jeffrey Bouchard Class of 1975
Army, 20+ Years Helicopter/Multi-Engine Airplance Pilot and Safety Manager
Karen Meza Class of 2008
Marine Corps, 1 Years administrtive clerk in the the Marine Corps
Khamphet Manivong Class of 1998
Marine Corps, 7 Years Camp Pendleton, CA Okinawa, Japan (MSSG-31) Operation Enduring/Iraqi Freedom I (2/03-7-03)
Khamphet Manivong Class of 1998
Marine Corps, 7 Years Operation Enduring/Iraqi Freedom
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NBHS Grad is NASSP President
Barry Stark, 1963 NBHS graduate, is serving as President of the