A 2013 St. Mary’s Ryken High School graduate and Leonardtown native is participating in a rigorous training process that transforms officers into U.S. naval aviators.
A 2012 Leonardtown High School graduate and California native is participating in a rigorous training process that transforms officers into U.S. naval aviators.
A 2012 Great Mills High School graduate and Patuxent River, Maryland, native is participating in a rigorous training process that transforms officers into U.S. naval aviators.
U.S. Naval Test Pilot School rotary instructor Barb Gordon was the Navy’s first to receive the Army’s Broken Wing Award during a ceremony June 6 at Naval Air Station Patuxent River.
Airman Bradley Morgan, a native of Patuxent River, wanted to serve in the military as his father and grandfather did before him. He thought it was his duty to serve. He joined the Navy also to travel and see the world.
“It was a really, really hot night. We had a full moon, and our platoon was moving through Afghan farmlands,” said Staff Sgt. Kevin F. Aetonu, a squad leader for 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team.
U.S. Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Jordan M. Cruz-Castillo graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Soldiers from the 29th Combat Aviation Brigade, in slightly over a week’s time, established an aeromedical evacuation capability near the Mosul Dam in Iraq.
A St. Mary’s Ryken graduate and Leonardtown native is part of a new and unique Navy command providing critical missile defense to a large part of Europe.
A Great Mills High School graduate and St. Mary’s County native is serving in the U.S. Navy with the forward deployed unit, Naval Beach Unit 7.
A Veterans Resource Day program to be held next week by the St. Mary’s County Department of Aging and Human Services will feature a broad group of program representatives gathering at the College of Southern Maryland’s campus in Leonardtown.
A year ago, Harry Metzler said this week, a veteran and his wife in St. Mary’s showed up at a Veterans and Dependents Information Seminar, with two widely different accounts of how he was faring.
Marine Cpl. Thomas Caleb Getscher, wounded in 2011 while serving in Afghanistan, holds his daughter, Camily, as members of Potomac Voices from Leonardtown High School sing the national anthem during a ceremony last Thursday at Benjamin Banneker Elementary School. John Hodge, right, chief ope…