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
Alan Overend Class of 1983
Army, 20+ Years US Army CT Army National Guard NY Army National Guard US Air Force NY Air National Guard
Bill Coe Class of 1961
Navy, 2 Years Entered Navy right after graduation. Was stationed aboard the USS Ogletrorpe. Went to Cambodia too early and suffered a dibilating injury to left ankle resulting in a limtime limp and pain.
Bill Thompson Class of 1975
Air Force, 4 Years Worked in Radar Operations and The Nevada Ranges. Served at Hancock Field, NY, Wallace Air Station in the Philippines and Nellis AFB in Nevada. Earned Air Force Commendation Medal and left the Air Force as a Sergeant.
Bruce A. Stewart Class of 1969
Army, 3 Years Pershing Missile Tech / Training Instructor/ Security
Bruce Van Deuson Class of 1963
Navy, 6 Years US Navy Electrician's Mate 2c. Served aboard the USS Saratoga, CVA-60 and the USS Puget Sound, AD-38.
Chuck Yerton Class of 1962
Air Force, 20+ Years Systems controller, Psych Ops, Engring, several others...lol.....been to all continents and over 40 countries, and had a good time at all of them.
david kinney Class of 1964
Marine Corps, 4 Years vietnam
Glenn Makley Class of 1968
Marine Corps, 4 Years I was MOS 2841/47 Ground Radio Repairman/with Limted Cryptographic Capability I was an electronics technician who could examine a cryptograph radio and determine which of it's various encased sections was malfunctioning and perform a section replacement. I was not permitted to be knowledgeable of it's exact componentry. That was a higher pay grade than mine, so to speak. During my entire time on active duty I never actually performed that function, but I sure worked on a bunch of radio's. Some of them in tank's, ONTOS, or jeeps and trucks. I went to four different schools, the first of which, in order to graduate, it was required that each individual take a cardboard box full of electronic components, capacitors, resistors, and inductors, and asemble them on a pegboard so that they became a functioning communications radio that would send and receive to three different locations. At which time an instructor would examine the performance, electronically,and if the radio did not achieve certain levels of sensitivity and selectivity, you failed the exam. From memory. No notes.
James Cooper Class of 1968
Air Force, 20+ Years Aircraft Maint.
Leon Pollock Class of 1962
Air Force, 4 Years Lack land AFB ,San Antonio TX,Amarillo AFB Amarillo TX,Randolph AFB ,San Antonio TX, Hahn AFB Germany..Fuel Specialist (POL)
Lisa Kunzelman Class of 2005
Navy, 5 Years 2009 Naval Academy graduate
Robert Gatzke Class of 1998
Navy, 9 Years 1989 - 1998 USS America VA-85 USS Roosevelt VFA-34 HSL-40 USS Enterprise VFA-34
Tommy Van Deuson Class of 1972
Navy, 20+ Years Chief Petty Officer (Surface warfare) (Ret) 21 years. Served aboard the USS John F. Kennedy (CV67), USS Puget Sound (AD38), USS Seattle (AOE 3) , USS Plymouth Rock (LSD), USS Yellowstone (AD 41). Anchored off the coast during the Lebanon crisis for airlift of Americans, Served o Desert Storm.
William Coe Class of 1961
Navy, 2 Years Joined the Navy after school. Was at Bay of Pigs on USS Oglethorpe, then to Cambodia and Nam before the (un)official conflict. Got blown up in a jeep by a land mine an lost full use of my left ankle resulting in a limp.
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Reunion for class of 78
Friday night at Castaways outside pavilion all classes welcome. Saturday night Brass on the Rocks 70's music Band at Anc...