Military Alumni

Military High School 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

Arnie Cohen
Arnie Cohen
Class of 1957
Army, 3 Years

Served from 1958-1961
Arthur Nelson
Arthur Nelson
Class of 1988
Navy, 4 Years

Served in Persian Gulf War
Carolyn Reedy Craighead
Carolyn Reedy Craighead
Class of 1971
Army, 3 Years

MOS 71M, Chapel Activities Specialist
clyde evans
clyde evans
Class of 1988
Navy, 6 Years

HT2(welder)last duty station was Subase Pearl Harbor
DAWANN STEAGALL
DAWANN STEAGALL
Class of 1993
Navy, 15 Years

STILL ACTIVE
Dawann Steagall
Dawann Steagall
Class of 1993
Navy, 15 Years

Norfolk,VA
Dominique Collier
Dominique Collier
Class of 2009
Army, 7 Years

Still Active
donald w. macpherson
donald w. macpherson
Class of 1963
Army, 10 Years

west point, airborne, ranger, infantry, jumpmaster, special forces, platoon leader and company commander, 173d airborne brigade, vietnam, 68-69, major, usar (retd);several bronze star metals, air metals, combat infantryman badge, vietnamese cross of gallantry with silver star; over 75 combat assaults by helicopter; volunteered for 18 months of vn combat; platoon leader, 82d airborne division, 67-68.war stories book @beatirs.com.
Doug Hampton
Doug Hampton
Class of 1984
Navy, 20+ Years

Retired in 2004. Still working for the Navy in Virginia.
Eric B. Hawks
Eric B. Hawks
Class of 1965
Air Force, 4 Years

Basic training at Lackland AFB, TX. Stationed at Travis AFB, CA. Shemya Island, AK and St Albans, Radar Site in VT.
Harold Cromwell
Harold Cromwell
Class of 1984
National Guard, 6 Years

1193rd Engineering Battalion
JACK A. HURST JR.
JACK A. HURST JR.
Class of 1958
Army, 6 Years

3 years active and 3 years standby. basic at Fort Knox, Advance training Fort Hood Texas, 19 Months in Okinawa, Japan. Was with 15 psyc. warfare det. Propaganda and visual activites.
James L. Yount
James L. Yount
Class of 1950
Army, 20+ Years

Enlisted in 1953. Retired in 1974 as CWO W-3. Served in Japan (3 years), Korea (3 years), Germany (8 years). Enlisted service included field artillery, army aviation, and ordnance corp. Warrant Oficer service was in the Ordnance Corps as HAWK GM Maintenance Officer and Military Advisory Group - Korea.
Jay Methena
Jay Methena
Class of 1965
Army, 8 Years

Infantry and Intelligence
Jay Methena
Jay Methena
Class of 1965
Army, 8 Years

Infantry
Jay Methena
Jay Methena
Class of 1965
Army, 8 Years

Infantry, mapping and intelligence
John "jd" Duning
John "jd" Duning
Class of 1963
Navy, 20+ Years

26+ ACTIVE SERVICE YEARS AS ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN. FINISHED AS MASTER CHIEF PETTY OFFICER
Kimberly Sims
Kimberly Sims
Class of 1998
Air Force, 2 Years

Information Management Apprentice.
(In other words a Pilots's secretary) The only job in the military that an lower ranking enlisted member couild tell a high ranking officer what to do. HA! HA!
Lamarr Hill
Lamarr Hill
Class of 2001
Navy, 8 Years

Navy Hospital Corpsman: surface warfare/air warfare/ fleet marine force trained.
Larry Zakem
Larry Zakem
Class of 1963
Air Force, 4 Years

Kept communications operating and secure.

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Carrie Mc Intosh
Class of '98

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Death of Alum- Class of 1957

Janice Loree Grinter Rosenfeld, class of 1957, sister of Juanita Grinter died October 6, 2010. She is survived by her mo...
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Our Woodward Career Technical High School military alumni are some of the most outstanding people we know and this page recognizes them and everything they have done! Not everyone gets to come home for the holidays and we want our Woodward Career Technical High School Military to know that they are loved and appreciated. All of us in Cincinnati are proud of our military alumni and want to thank them for risking their lives to protect our country!