Military Salute

 

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 This page is dedicated to the men and women who have served, or are currently serving, in the United States Armed Forces. 
 

Please take a few moments to thank each of these individuals for their sacrifices.  Keep them in your thoughts and prayers as they continue to stand up for our country, its flag and all that it stands for.

 

Thank you service members and veterans.  We appreciate all you've done and all you continue to do.

 

-Chamberlain High School Class of 1983
 

Members of our graduating class and family members who took the oath and joined the service are honored below.  If you know of someone who should be added to this page, please contact us.

 

 

 

TAYRA COX PAUL, SSG US ARMY
101st AIRBORNE AIR ASSAULT DIVISION, KENTUCKY & KAISERSLAUTERN, GERMANY 1983-1990

  

MARK ISSERMAN, MSgt USAF - (RET)
OPERATION DESERT STORM Jan 1985 - Jan 2009

 

WILLIAM JUSTICE, SSgt AIR FORCE - MACDILL AFB
DESERT STORM VETERAN, 1984-1992

 

CAPTAIN MICHELE KOVACH DERRY COLE, FL AIR NATIONAL GUARD
CURRENTLY SERVING
New Mexico Air Nation Guard 1997-2005
US Air Force Reserve, Willow Grove AFR, PA 1989-1992
Desert Storm Veteran
US Air Force, Active Duty 1985-1989

 

  SARAH LAMASTER BUCKLEY, US NAVY
San Vito, Italy 1987-1989

 

JEREMY ALEXANDER McNALLY, US AIR FORCE
CURRENTLY SERVING OUR COUNTRY, RETURNED FROM KUWAIT & STATIONED AT DYESS AFB, TEXAS

 

CAPTAIN CYNTHIA PONTIUS KEE, US AIR FORCE
DESERT STORM VETERAN, 1986-1991

 

  PFC CHAD STONE, US ARMY
CURRENTLY SERVING OUR COUNTRY IN IRAQ AS A CALVARY SCOUT

 

LIEUTENANT COLONEL CHRISTOPHER VAUGHN, US ARMY
FORT LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS

 

DARRYL WARREN, US ARMY & FL NATIONAL GUARD
21 YEARS OF SERVICE
US ARMY
FL NATIONAL GUARDS
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM, 2005-2006
RETIRED

 

 


"America will never be destroyed from the outside.  If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves." 
-President Abraham Lincoln

I Saw An Eagle Cry

 

 

 

Today I saw an eagle,
With a teardrop in his eye.


 

It literally took by breath away
To see an eagle cry.


 

I asked him, What's the matter?
And he told me what he saw.


 

A cowardly attack was made,
On the towers that once stood tall.


 

He said everything he stood for,
Had taken a shocking blow.


 

So he had to take a moment,
To let his own emotions show.


 

Then he proudly told me,
That our Nation would survive.


 

That our Liberty and Freedom,
He'd be sure to keep alive.


 

He said for us not to be afraid,
To stand together, not apart.


 

For a terrorist has succeeded,
If he puts fear within our hearts.
 


 

-Author Unknown



 

 

 

In remembrance of the men and women who served before us, died for us, and are still missing, YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN.