COSM

1990-1999

1998-1999

Bennett, Stephanie C. – MD

Clacks Erek C. – AG

Medina, Jennette E. – OD

Moore, Samuel K. – ADA
CPT Moore received commission in 1998. Served 4 years active duty with 82nd, Fort Bragg, NC until 2003. Joined Tennessee National Guard after leaving Active Duty Branch: Military Police Rank Captain HHD Commander. Recently re-located to NYC area working for the Department of Justice.

Noble, Tom M. – AG

Reynnells, Steven R. – SC

Roberts Jr., Horace W. – IN

Tilley Jr., Alvin E. – IN

1997-1998

Almond, Patrick B. – FA

Bennett, David E. – AN

Blessinger, Abdul I. – EN
Is now working as a civilian contractor with Mantech as a JERRV Staff Logistician in Mosul, Iraq.

Braxton, Mellyora K. – SC

Clukey, David S. – SF
Is currently an active duty Special Forces officer. He is attending Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California and studying Defense Analysis specializing in Irregular Warfare.

Frankart, Jeffrey A. – OD

Hall, James H. – MS

Jackson, Adrian C. – OD

Jefferson, Frank E. – AD

Swint, Kelvin P. – IN

Trainer, Travis D. – OD

1996-1997

Bennett Jr., Henry J. – AR

Blake, Darin L. – AR

Hoffman, David L. – TC

Nash, Jason W. – SC

Ortiz, Dennis J. – QM

Wright, Leslie G. – TC

1995-1996

Astin, Michael E. – AR
Assigned as a Division Force Integrator stationed at the Pentagon.

Fosbrink, Karen R. – AN

Miller, Mary E. – TC

1994-1995

Aycock, Christopher M. – EN

Black, William R. – IN
LTC William “Rus” Black commissioned as an Infantry officer in 1995 and served as a Gold Bar Recruiter for Eagle Battalion that Fall before heading to IOBC. He is currently stationed at Fort Polk, LA, where he serves as the Chief of Current Operations for Operations Group, Joint Readiness Training Center. At JRTC, he conducts the Mission Readiness Exercises for units who are making their last training stop prior to deployment. JRTC replicate scenarios and environments associated with the Unit’s assigned Area of Operation.

O’Neal, Daniel L. – IN

Webb, Kirk W. – MS

1993-1994

Bridges, Frank D. – AR

Davis, John E. – EN
($$$ Alumni Donor $$$) Commissioned Dec 1993, currently in Egypt with Operation Bright Star training, National Guard.

Edwards, John K. – CM

Forrestall, Jeffery M. – IN

Freeman, Shawn G. – EN

Hay, Paul P. – AR

Maples, Darren C. – IN

McGrath, Franklin J. – AG

Priester, Adrian M. – MP

Strickland, Susan L. – MI

1992-1993

Byler, Chris A. – LG
MAJ (P) Chris A. Byler is currently serving as the J4 for JFCC-Integrated Missile Defense following 15 month deployment w/ 4BCT/3d ID (ROCK OF THE MARNE!)

Morrison III, Gordon M. – MP

Rich Jr., Jack L. – IN

Tacto, Michael A. – AD

1991-1992

Blackburn, Norman G. – MP

Casey, David E. – FA

Cox Jr., Robert L. – AR

Duck, Michael A. – AV

Jira, David K. – MP

McAuley, Jacqueline J. – AN

McPhail, Jacqueline D. – SC

Moore Jr., Leon D. – AD

Motes, Laura J. – MP

Parker, Mark B. – SC

Smith, Alprentice – FA

White, Jr. Gary A. – IN

1990-1991

Corsetti, Karen A. – CM

Cox, Timmy W. – IN

Davis, Sean P. – FA

Haggray Jr., Herman – MS
LTC Herman Haggray, Jr. is a native of Ellabell, Georgia. He received his Regular Army Commission in the Medical Service Corps from Georgia Southern University in 1990 through the Reserve Officer Training Corps. LTC Haggray was a Distinguished Military Graduate and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Georgia Southern University and a Masters Degree from the Webster University Graduate Program in Computer Resources and Information Management. LTC Haggray enlisted in the Army as a Canoneer (13B MOS) in 1983 and attended the Canoneer’s Basic and Advanced Individual Training (AIT) courses at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. During his six years of enlistment, he gained a vast amount of knowledge by serving in various key positions to include Gunner, Assistant Gunner, and NBC NCO for C/130 Battery with 24th Infantry Division in Savannah, Georgia. LTC Haggray has served in a wide variety of both field and fixed medical units.

He presently serves as the Chief of the Army Medical Departments (AMEDD) Captain’s Career Course (CCC) Branch at Joint Base Fort Sam Houston. We ensure more than 1600 officers from all AMEDD Corps are professionally leader trained per year. His military education includes the AMEDD Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, the Army Airborne Course, Combined Arms and Services Staff School, the Support Operations Logistics Management Course, the Battalion Motor Officers Course, Command and General Staff College, and the Joint Planners Course. Resides in San Antonio with his wife, Laverne S. Haggray. They have a son, Desmond, and daughter, Deandra. (6/17/13)

Hoover, Jeffrey T.

Khotsombath, Peter – FA

Sigler, Robert R. – FA

1989-1990

Barry, Edwin T. – FA

Bryan, Douglas B.

Buggs, Vincent E. – QM
LTC Vincent E. Buggs Quartermaster (LOG), USAR (AGR), Born in 1965, Bossier City, LA. Commissioned 8 June 1990 GSC. Present Assignment: USARC Logistical Staff Planner, Fort McPherson, GA. Months of Active Commissioned Service: 13.5 years. Total Years of Service: Over 18 years. Served two tours OIF. Key Awards: Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Combat Action Badge, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, El Salvadoran Star for Distinguished Service Medal, Polish Armed Forces Medal Bronze, Joint Meritorious Unit Award and German Sports Badge.

Calhoun, Charlton P. – FI

Campbell, Gregory B. – EN

Clowers, Alton B. – OD

Collins, LaShanda

Gainey, Sean A. – AD

Gremillion, Jack P. F. – FA

Lovett, Ralph H. – FA

May, Dung Thi – MI

McGhee, Alonzo B. – MI (Deceased)
LTC Alonzo Bernard McGhee was killed January 4, 2013. Alonzo was a native of Fort Valley, Georgia. He participated in ROTC and was a member of the football team, where he won two national championships. He was commissioned in May 1990. After commissioning, Alonzo’s first assignment was as the Assistant Battalion, S2, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Tank Battalion, Fort Hood, Texas in January of 1992. While at Fort Hood, he served in numerous positions culminating to Chief, G2 Operations, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Calvary Division in May of 1995. In August of 1996 he was selected to be the Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment Commander, Combined Forces Command, Yongsan, Korea. After his command he was assigned as the Chief, Intelligence Support Element, Headquarters, ISE, at Fort McPherson, Georgia in December of 1997.

Alonzo arrived to Redstone Arsenal, Alabama in September of 2002 and served as the Deputy Program Director for the Missile and Space Command. While at Redstone Arsenal, he was assigned to the PEO Missile and Space Command as the Production Manager IBCS-EOC in June of 2007. LTC McGhee arrived to the United States Army Contracting Command in August of 2011 and served as the G3 Plans Officer. He was later assigned to the United States Army Expeditionary Contracting Command as the Deputy, G3 Plans and Operations in April of 2012.

LTC Alonzo McGhee was a graduate of the Command General Staff College. His awards and decorations include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Army Commendation Medal (2OLC), Army Achievement Medal(2OLC), the National Service Defense Medal(3), the Global War on Terrorism Korea Defense Service Medal, Parachute Badge, Overseas Service Ribbon, and the Army Service Ribbon.

LTC Alonzo McGhee is survived by his mother Julia Jackson; father Zack Miller Jr., three children Alonzo B. McGhee Jr., Austin B McGhee, and Aleena B. McGhee, siblings Jessie Jackson Jr., Sonja Lane (Paul Lane), Zack Miller III, and Zaclyn Miller. (1/29/13)

Myles, Walter V. – QM

Rivers, Ronnie E.

Sigler, Robert R. – FA

Williams, Orland M. – AG

Last updated: 11/17/2014

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