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
DAVID A RENNIE Class of 1959
Army, 5 Years US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (US, GERMANY, VIET NAM)
David J. Miller Class of 1980
Air Force, 20+ Years Served 20 years in the Air Force. Spent 10 of the years in Special Operations deploying to many different places.
Dr. James Sandefer Class of 1966
Army, 20+ Years U.S. Army Military Police Officer Graduate of the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle Barracks, PA.
Gerald Titus Class of 1975
Navy, 20+ Years Retired 23yrs BU1(SEAL/SCWS)
GERALYNN PASIERB Class of 1977
Air Force, 15 Years 5 YEARS AIR FORCE RESERVE AND 10 YEARS ACTIVE DUTY. FEMALE DESERT STORM VET
Howard Scott Stanfield Class of 1958
Army, 20+ Years Served two tours in Vietnam as an Army Aviator with over 900 hours of combat time. Commanded the 62nd Aviation company (V Corps General Support), taught at the Infantry school and the Sergeants Major Academy.
Jean D Reed Class of 1956
Army, 20+ Years 30 years progressive experience as an Field Artillery officer in a succession of line and staff positions of increasing responsibility, including field artillery battery command, Army Materiel Command, US Field Artillery School combat developments, nuclear-capable field artillery battalion command, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, deputy commander of nuclear-capable corps artillery, major research and development laboratory command, and two combat tours in Vietnam and two tours on Department of the Army General Staff.
John Carpenter Class of 1969
Navy, 20+ Years US Navy pilot. Warfare specialist in Anti-submarine warfare (ASW) and Naval Technical Intelligence. Served in multiple fleet squadrons, and as a flight instructor. Technical sub-specialty in Information. Systems. Served as Office Systems Branch Head navy Military personnel Command and Chief information Officer National Defense University. Retired in 1995 as O-5. Currently employed by Georgetown University as Chief Technology Oficeer, McDonough School of Business.
John Henry Kuhlman IV Class of 1954
Navy, 6 Years Oklahoma University NROTC graduate, After training cruises aboard the battleship USS Iowa and a destroyer USS Gainard, served 6 years as chemical engineer at US Navy Propellant Plant (NPP) in Indian Head, Maryland. NPP was originally the Naval Gun Powder Factory and with advancing technology became the Navy's center for research & development of rocket propellants.
Kristen L. Inman Class of 1983
Navy, 4 Years U.S. Navy, 1985-1989 Naval Amphibious School, Coronado, California
Mike Ralls Class of 1968
Army, 20+ Years 23 years regular Army from Viet Nam in 1969 to first Gulf War in 1991 as a Command Sergeant Major.
nancy prykryl Class of 1995
Navy, 4 Years served in navy from 1997-2002 and served in air national guard from 2002-present.
Rodney P Reed Class of 1961
Army, 20+ Years Colonel, US Army, Retired. Senior Logistics Officer with over 28 years of icontinuously increasing responsibilty for logistics management. Served in advisory capacities to military forces in the Republic Vietnam, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of the Philippines.
Royce Lee Jennings Class of 1966
Army, 2 Years Communication Center Specialist, 8th Army, Korea
Sam Patty Class of 1967
Navy, 4 Years Vietnam Vet. 1 tour aboard the USS Joseph Strauss, DDG 16 out of Pearl Harbor. Served as and Electronics Warfare Operator.
Timothy a. Day Class of 1966
Army, 9 Years I served in Regular Army 1967 to 1970, then served in Army National Guard 1987 to 1994...I served in Korea and Berlin Germany as a Communications Center Specialist/Infantry. I was a Military Policeman in the Guard.
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