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
Andrew Bushway Class of 1990
Air Force, 4 Years Aircraft Structural Maintenance (B-2 Stealth Bomber)
Bill Davis Class of 1962
Army, 20+ Years Three years Army: Korea 67, Germany 68-69, SGT, Combat Engineer. Four years California NG 78-82, SFC, Combat Engineer. 25 years USAR, Ldrshp Instr, Battalion CSM.
Brian Callies Class of 2005
Air Force, 4 Years SrA Brian Callies. RI 9S100, stationed at WPAFB, OH. Married SSgt Sarah Callies.
Fred W. Liebe Class of 1962
Army, 20+ Years Enlisted into the U.S. Army on March 3, 1966 as Military Policeman and retired on July 1, 1993 as a Colonel.
Gordon Wilson Class of 1956
Army, 3 Years Medic
Jay Gehring Class of 1956
Air Force, 20+ Years Flight Engineer
Karen Hendrickson Terhune Class of 1970
Army, 5 Years Women had more restrictions in the early 70's. Stationed in San Antonio Texas and Germany. Used my GI Bill to attend a nursing program. Retired and living with spouse in Grand Junction CO with our fur child (Maxine the Cat)
Karen Hendrickson Terhune Class of 1970
Army, 5 Years Time in San Antonio Texas and Stuggart Germany... Was able to do alot of travel
Logan Rushton Class of 2005
Air Force, 6 Years STAFF SGT. CREW CHIEF B-1 BOMBER, ELLSWORTH AFB, RAPID CITY, SD
Michael Ryan Smith Class of 2003
Marine Corps, 3 Years Lance Cpl. Michael R. Smith kneels in front of an AV-8B Harrier to check for leaks or any other discrepancies as it is prepared for take off at Al Asad, Iraq, Nov. 21. Smith is a plane captain with Marine Attack Squadron 311, Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 165 (Reinforced), 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable. "The pride that goes along with being a plane captain and being responsible for a multi-million dollar aircraft that is flying missions here in Iraq is the best part about this job," said McQuilkin, a 35-year-old Lufkin, Texas, native. "When a new join arrives at our squadron and is interested in becoming a plane captain, he has to learn about all of the parts on the plane. After that, he goes through a selection board with five members who judge him. If he can't answer the questions asked or show confidence in his answers, he doesn't become a plane captain."
Newton Lockwood Class of 1970
Navy, 6 Years Sonarman second class, eyes and ears for a multimillion dollar submarine (USS Flasher SSN 613). Entered service in 1971 and Honerably discharged in 1977, Awards National Defense, Navy Expeditionary and Good conduct medals.
Rick Crook Class of 1969
Army, 14 Years I was drafted into US Army in January 1971, during the end of the Vietnam War. I spent my 14 years in Ordnance maintenance support. Although I never served in any combat zones I had the privilege and honor of serving with those who had gone into combat. The disrespect that was given to me and my brothers & sisters from by certain liberal fascists groups was so bad it made me sick. I pray we as a people never forget those who put their lives on the line so we can enjoy our freedom. I left the Army as a Sergean First Class with a Honorable Discharge. It makes me very proud to see the young men and woman stepping up to plate to protect our great nation. Note: I was trained to fight Communism, do you think that the direspect that was given to our military may have something to do with the liberal professors training our children to fight against our military?
samuel ruff Class of 1965
Navy, 3 Years fireman
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