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In honor of Armed Forces Day on May 21, we would like to thank the following brothers for their service:

Capt. Charles "Cully" Stimson, USN JAG Corps, Reserve Component
Sgt. At Arms Charles Halsted
Lt. Col. Alexander Hetherington,
USMC
Giles Roblyer, USN
Capt. Ronald E. Kendrick, USAF (General Medical Officer, 1962-65)
William J. Yost, Army (2nd Battalion of the Eight Cavalry, First Cavalry Division [Airmobile] Vietnam ’70)
Master At Arms Rodrigo Guzman, USN (8 years)
Bob Warmeling, Army (Transportation)
LTJG R. Bradley Bennett, USN (1957-61)
Christopher Mooradian, Staff Judge Advocate First Coast Guard District

Cpl. Randolph Bucey, Army
"I was drafted into the Army in 1951, where I spent two years. My main job was teaching Army officers what the Army finances were all about. I met my wife 'in her own backyard'--while I was stationed close by."

Lt. Col. Fredrik M. Bergold, USAF (ret.)
“Dec. 1959 to Jan. 1980, rescue helicopter pilot, Vietnam 1966 - 1967, Thailand 1974 -1975. Was escort for two returning POW's, one a prisoner from Sept 1965 to Feb. 1973. It is true that American POWs were left behind after the peace accords were signed.”

Lt. Hank Law,
USN
“I was an officer in the United States Navy from December 1962 through December 1965 attaining the rank of Lieutenant and spending three years aboard the aircraft carrier USS Forrestal.”


David G. Newhall,
Army
“Served in the Minnesota National Guard Aug. 1966- March 1998. Enlisted with A Btry, 151 FA. Basic training in Ft. Bliss, TX. Advanced Individual Training in Ft. Sill, OK. Officer Candidate School in MN from 1967-68. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in June ’68. Received direct commission in the JAG Corps in Nov. ’68. Staff Judge Advocate 47th ID. Staff Judge Advocate/Army/MN Dept. Military Affairs. COL MANG RET.”

Col. Geoff Catlett,
Army SHARP Academy
“SHARP is an acronym for Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention. I currently run Leader Development, Training, and Education for the Army in this program. I am a career Armor officer, with 27 years of service. Graduate of Kenyon, class of 84.”

Bruce A. Richardson, USN
“I joined the US Navy right after graduation.  Served four years active and six years reserve.  Started in pre-flight in Pensacola Florida.  Then basic training in the SNJ and advanced training in helicopters, all in the Pensacola area.  No real fighting, although we watched the Chinese who were thought to be about to invade Taiwan at the time.”

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