Frank Allen, who served 22 years active in the United States Army as a military intelligence officer. NIne of the 22 years were spent overseas in Europe and in Vietnam. Allen retired as a lieutenant colonel in 1981.
Roger Bentlage, who served in the United States Navy from 1969 through 1970 during which time he flew reconnisance aircraft throughout the Atlantic theater. He continued his service by joining the Naval Reserve in 1983, commanding a squadron that flew anti-submarine/drug interdiction aircrafts.
Pierre Jeffrion, who served on active duty in the United States Navy from 1956-1974. Five years were dedicated to sea duty in the Marine Corps and one in Vietnam.
Dan Mazzuchi, who was commissioned to the United States Naval Reserve on June 1962, he served on active duty in the United States Naval hospital in Jacksonville Fla., from 1969-1971. He resigned from the United States Naval Reserve in June 1972.
Curt Rife, who served in the United States Army from 1968 through 1970. During this time, his duties included the processing of presidential and congressional inquiries, managing the promotion board, keeping statistics on MIAs and POWs and other duties.
Ron Tervo, who served in the United States Naval Reserve for seven years, three of those on active duty as a personnel man. He also served another three years in the National Guard as a medic.
Chuck Tooman, who served on active and reserve duty in the Cold War with the Field Artillery and 420th Combat Engineers, 5th Army, training battalions from 1955-1963.
Jeff Wenstrand, who in 1969 enlisted in the United States Air Force where he served as a jet mechanic. During his last 10 years he served as a mortuary affairs officer before retiring in 1991.