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

Brandon Heist
Brandon Heist Class of 2005
Army, 6 Years
AH-64D Apache Helicopter Armament/Electronic Systems Repairer
Charles F. Keenhold
Charles F. Keenhold Class of 1975
Air Force, 20+ Years
Chief Keenhold was born 23 June 1957, and hails from Moorestown, Pennsylvania. He is a 1975 graduate of Northampton High School. The Chief entered the Air Force 18 July 1975. Upon completion of basic military and technical training, he was assigned as an Administrative Specialist, 425th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, Williams AFB, Arizona. He cross trained in June 1979 and was reassigned to the 82nd Flying Training Wing, as NCOIC, Flight Management/Records Section. He was selected for special duty as a Professional Military Education (PME) Instructor in November 1981, and served as Williams AFB PME Center’s Director of Education. May 1986, he was reassigned to Mather AFB, California and assumed duties as NCOIC Aircrew Scheduling Support Division, 320th Bombardment Wing. He was again selected for special duty as a PME Instructor in December 1988, and served as Commandant, Mather AFB PME Center. September 1992, he was reassigned to Headquarters Air Force Military Personnel Center, Randolph AFB, Texas and served as Superintendent, Air Force Enlisted PME. Chief Keenhold was selected to serve as a First Sergeant in March 1994. June 1994, he was reassigned to Elmendorf AFB, Alaska and has served, as First Sergeant for the 517th Airlift Squadron, the 732nd Air Mobility Squadron, and currently is the First Sergeant for the 3rd Medical Group. Chief Keenhold also deployed to Gwang Ju AB, Republic of Korea, and served as the 3rd Air Expeditionary Group, Command Chief and First Sergeant from August 2004 through January 2005. Chief Keenhold concluded 30 years, and 13 days of honorable service in the United States Air Force, effective 1 August 2005. Chief (Retired) Keenhold currently serves as the Director of Operations for the Anchorage Downtown Partnership Ltd. Chief Keenhold and his bride Sharon have been married for over 31 years. Sharon is employed by the Anchorage School District. They have two children, Jacob and Brittany. EDUCATION: Associate of Arts in General Studies, Rio Salado Community College, 1986 Associate of Science, Instructor in Technology, Community College of the Air Force, 1986 Bachelor of Arts in Human Relations, Golden Gate University, 1991 Occupational Instructor Certification, Community College of the Air Force, 1992 NCO Orientation Course, August 1978 USAF Supervisors’ Course, Honor Graduate, October 1979 NCO Leadership School, Academic Award Winner, September 1980 Air University, Academic Instructor School, October 1982 Air University, Leadership and Management Instructor’s Course, October 1982 NCO Academy, February 1985 Senior NCO Academy, Distinguished Graduate, May 1995 ASSIGNMENTS: 1. Lackland AFB, Texas – Jul – Aug 1975 2. Lowry AFB, Colorado – Aug – Dec 1975 3. Williams AFB, Arizona– Jan 1976 – May 1986 4. Mather AFB, California – May 1986 – Sep 1992 5. Randolph AFB, Texas – Sep 1992 - Jun 1994 6. Elmendorf AFB, Alaska – Jun 1994 – Aug 2004 7. Gwang Ju AB, Republic of Korea – Aug 2004 – Jan 2005 8. Elmendorf AFB, Alaska – Jan 2005 – Aug 2005 MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS: Meritorious Service Medal with five oak leaf clusters Air Force Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster Air Force Achievement Medal Air Force Good Conduct Medal with nine oak leaf clusters OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS: NCO of the Year, Williams AFB, Arizona, 1984 Senior NCO of the Year, Mather AFB, California, 1990 First Sergeant of the Year, 3rd Operations Group, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, 1996 First Sergeant of the Year, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, 1997 First Sergeant of the Year, 15th AF, Pacific En-Routes, 1998 EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION: Airman Basic – 18 July 1975 Airman – 18 Dec 1975 Airman First Class – 18 Apr 1975 Senior Airman – 1 Jun 1978 Sergeant – 1 Jun 1979 Staff Sergeant – 1 Sep 1980 Technical Sergeant – 1 Aug 1984 Master Sergeant – 1 Feb 1989 Senior Master Sergeant – 1 Feb 1994 Chief Master Sergeant – 1 Jan 2000
jeffrey bolognia
jeffrey bolognia Class of 1978
National Guard, 20+ Years
Retired from the Virginia Air National Guard 2004
Michael O'Donnell
Michael O'Donnell Class of 1976
Air Force, 15 Years
Duties: Crypt-analyst, telecommunications specialist, intelligence analyst, academic/simulator/flight instructor and flight examiner [Airborne Warning and Control Systems (AWACS) CSO crew position]. Duty Assignments: Ramstein AB, GE; The Pentagon, Washington, D.C.; Tinker AFB, OK. Deployments: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain; Egypt; Oman; Kevlavik, Iceland; Kadena AB, Okinawa; RAF Menwith Hill, UK; RAF Lakenheath, UK; RAF Mildenhall, UK; Site-R, Ft. Richie, MD; Diego Garcia, Azores; Alice Springs, Australia.
Mike Stoudt
Mike Stoudt Class of 1976
Coast Guard, 20+ Years
Tracen Cape May, NJ Station Port Isabel, TX Petaluma CA, Tracen Yorktown, VA Marcus Island, Japan Tracen Yorktown, VA USCGC Harriet Lane Ninth District Office, Cleveland, OH
Richard Kutzler
Richard Kutzler Class of 1974
National Guard, 20+ Years
Shelley Muffley
Shelley Muffley Class of 1988
Coast Guard, 20+ Years
Chief Yeoman (administrative)
Terry Glass
Terry Glass Class of 2003
Army, 6 Years
Served in Iraq
Timothy Mazzocchi
Timothy Mazzocchi Class of 1995
Marine Corps, 19 Years
I am currently Gunnery Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps I have served 19 years and I am still currently serving stationed in Jacksonville North Carolina.

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Class of '78

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