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
CHRIS AMBROSE Class of 1989
National Guard, 14 Years INDIANA NATIONAL GUARD AND MO. NATIONAL GUARD
Dale Morris Class of 1999
Marine Corps, 4 Years Served 4 yrs active duty Marines. Stationed in Japan, and Virgina
Dane Queen Class of 2002
Air Force, 4 Years Air Force Medic
Danny Smith Class of 1994
Air Force, 13 Years 13 yrs as a Aircrew Life Support Tech. Currently stationed @ McConnell AFB, Wichita KS
David L. Smith Class of 1979
Army, 20+ Years Retired from the Army after 20+ years of service Service included service in Persian Gulf War 3 tours of duty w/ 101st Airborne Division 2 tours of duty in South Korea
Dustin Hudson Class of 1998
Air Force, 4 Years Active Duty, currently serving as a Captain in the 37FTS as an Instructor Pilot training students how to fly the T-6. I have flown the T-6, T-37 and T-38. In the summer of 2008, I will be reassigned to an opperational unit.
Dwayne Donelson Class of 1975
Air Force, 20+ Years Served at Langley AFB, Virginia - White House Communications Agency, Washinton, DC - Office of the Secretary of Defense, Pentagon, Washington DC - Reese AFB, Texas - Operation Desert Storm - Murted AS, Turkey - Defense Language Institute English Language Center, Lackland AFB, Texas - Incirlik AB, Turkey - Air Force Recruiting Squadron, Indianapolis, Indiana
ginny Melvin Class of 1976
Air Force, 20+ Years LtCol; Special Agent Air Force Office of Special Investigations - felony Crime Investigator and Counterintelligence Officer; MS Strategic Intelligence/Counterterrorism, Defense Intelligence College
Jessica Powers Class of 1999
Navy, 8 Years Has been serving in the Navy since January 2001. Currently stationed at NIOC Texas in San Antonio, TX as a Cryptologic Technician Interpertive First Class (Spanish)-CTI1.
Kyla Mitchell Class of 2006
Air Force, 4 Years Amn in Security Force stationed at Whiteman AFB MO
Kyle Yun-Sam Melder Class of 2007
Air Force, 2 Years Aircraft Electrical Systems and Environmental Equipment Specialist Specialty Summary: Performs and supervises aircraft electrical and environmental (E & E) functions and activities. Troubleshoots, inspects, removes, installs, repairs, modifies, overhauls, and operates aircraft E & E systems, components, and associated support equipment. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 602. Duties and Responsibilities: Inspects, troubleshoots, and maintains aircraft E & E systems, subsystems, components, and associated test equipment. E & E on-equipment systems include direct and alternating current; gas turbine compressors and auxiliary power units; landing gear, anti-skid, and nose wheel steering; electronic engine control, ignition, and starting; lighting; master caution and warning; take-off warning; flight control; cargo door and cargo delivery equipment; non-electro static application windows; anti-icing; fire and overheat warning; fire extinguishing and suppression; fuel control; liquid cooling; air conditioning, bleed air, cabin pressurization, and auxiliary pressurization; oxygen; and aircraft utility systems. Performs off-equipment maintenance on E & E system components and associated test equipment. Included are control, protection, caution, and warning panels; lighting equipment; frequency and load controls; anti-icing controllers; inverters; voltage regulators; nose wheel steering and anti-skid amplifiers; generators and integrated drive generators; actuators, relays, motors, and valves; lighting equipment; fire and overheat panels; fire extinguishing equipment; aircraft batteries; and special equipment testers. Performs cryogenic maintenance on mobile aircraft servicing units. Maintains electrical wiring and connectors. Uses electrical, electronic, pneumatic, and other test and support equipment. Maintains compressed gas equipment. Inspects and evaluates aircraft E & E maintenance activities. Determines operational status of assigned assets. Interprets inspection findings and determines corrective actions. Ensures compliance with technical publications and directives. Specialty Qualifications: Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: electrical, electronic, and mechanical principles relating to E & E systems; concepts and application of maintenance directives; meaning of symbols used in wiring diagrams, blueprints, and schematics; and proper handling, use, and disposal of hazardous waste and materials. Education. For entry into this specialty, completion of high school with courses in basic electronics, mathematics, general science, and mechanics is desirable. Training. The following training is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated: 2A636. Completion of a basic aircraft E & E systems maintenance course. 2A676. Completion of the advanced aircraft E & E systems maintenance course. Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated: (Note: See Explanation of Air Force Specialty Codes). 2A656. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2A636. Also, experience maintaining electrical, electronic, and environmental systems. 2A676. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2A656. Also, experience performing or supervising E & E maintenance. Other. For entry into this specialty, normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examination and Standards, is mandatory. Deployment Rate for this AFSC Strength Req: K Physical Profile: 333132 Citizenship: Yes Required Appitude Score : E-60 and M-39 (Changed to M-41 and E-61, effective 1 Jul 04). Technical Training: Course #: J3ABR2A636 008 Length (Days): 93 Pretty much, we are what keep the jets flying and dropping bombs. Work is long consisting of 12 hour work days, including weekends. One good thing about the job is that we can call everyone else Noners, which is a term for Non-Essential personnel.
Larry Lee Brown Class of 1966
Navy, 20+ Years Highest rank held LCDR...died active duty 1989.
Mark T. Hagen Class of 1980
Air Force, 20+ Years Basic training at Lackland Air Force base in Texas,Technical training at Lowry Air Force Base in Colorado. Munitions Specialist/Security Forces and had been stationed at Hahn Air Force Base and Ramstein Air Force Base Germany, Homestead Air Force Base Florida and Minot Air Force Base North Dakota. TDY to Africa, Turkey, Italy, Korea, Spain, Denmark and the Netherlands. Also served in Gulf war in Operation Deny Flight
Mike Harbison Class of 1975
Air Force, 20+ Years Strategic Missile Launch Officer and communications systems officer.
Rick McDaniel Class of 1998
Air Force, 7 Years Joined the Air Force in January 2001 and worked as a Special Weapons Technician for 6 years before joining the Biomedical Service Corps as a Laboratory Techician. I'm currently working at Scott AFB, Illinois in the Microbiology Dept.
Ronnie Winkler Class of 1968
Navy, 4 Years He was in the navy
Roy McFadden Class of 1969
Navy, 20+ Years jet msch.shop supervisor
SSgt Adam Garrison Class of 1998
Air Force, 8 Years Battlefield Weather Forecaster. Currently stationed at Grafenwoehr, Germany. Transferring to Learmonth, Australia in April 2010.
Steven King Class of 1970
Air Force, 2 Years Also served six years in the Indiana Air National Guard.
Troy McFadden Class of 1999
Navy, 9 Years Aviation Ordnanceman First Class (Aviation Warfare Specialist/Surface Warfare Specialist)
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