Joining Forces / Veteran's and Active Duty Nurse Practitioners
Veteran's & Active Duty Nurse Practitioners
- Jackie Agenbroad, WHNP-BC Veteran USAF
- Jean Arlotti, FNP, US Peace Corps for 2 years from 1989-91 as a nurse in the Eastern Caribbean country of Antigua-Barbuda.
- Kathleen Brady, FNP, Hospital Corpsman, U.S. Navy, Veteran
- Phyllis Click MSN, FNP-BC, Retired from the AZ Air National Guard. I served for almost 22 years and was deployed during Desert Storm and to Iraq for OIF/OEF.
- Douglas G Cook, Lt Col, USAF, Retired
- Lt Col Debbie Davis, USAF, Chief Nurse 944 ASTS, Luke AFB AZ, Air Force 22 years and still serving.
- Kimberly Dyer, FNP-C, Air Force, Sgt. One of the first eight female Airborne Cryptologic Linguists, specializing in Chinese Mandarin, in the Air Force. Retired.
- John Ekman, US Navy veteran as a Hospital Corpsman 1st Class (Active duty 1982-1990; Reserves 1994-2004). I retired from the US Air Force Reserves, Nurse Corps, CAPT (2004-2009).
- Peggy Gallup, DNP, WHNP-BC, USAF. Spent 10.5 years on active duty. Retired.
- Robert Gaunt, FNP-C, United States Air Force. Retired.
- Trina Willett Goehring, FNP, Commander, United State Navy Nurse Corps. Retired.
- Virginia Greene, FNP-C, US navy. Retired.
- Lori Hatcher, FNP-C, US Air Force from 1982-1988, Retired
- Mary Ellen Kenworthey, WHNP-BC, FNP-C. Air Force for 3 years as a nurse, with final rank of Captain. Was chosen to represent The Cold War Era Veterans (1945-1991) (and Nurses) as one of 7 Grand Marshals for the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade, November 11, 2013.
- Steven M. Kuder, FNP-C, US Army 1SG (ret). 22 yrs active service. 1977-2002 plus 7 yes federal service as a RN civilian for the US Navy @ MCAS-Yuma.
- Capt Timothy Mathews, (0-6) US Public Health Service from 1981- 2008; served Army 1973 -1976 4th Med Bn, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colorado. Retired.
- Eva Dabrowska Miller, LTC, AN, FNP-C. Air Force for 4 years. US Army Reserves for 24 years. Retired in 2007. Served at 6253 US Army Hospital, USAR. Deployed in 1990 with the 403rd Combat Support Hospital in support of Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
- Sheri Peteuil, NP, USAir Force, Active duty during Desert Storm. Rank Captain. Retired
- Kathleen Piotrowski, DNP, CRNA, US Air Force from 1987-1991 and Air Force Reserves from 1993-1996. Retired
- Galen Richmond, FNP-C, Navy Corpsmen serving with the U.S Marines in Vietnam. Left to go to nuring school and then rejoined the Navy and served 20 years retiring with the rank of Lietenuant Commander, Nurse Corps.
- April Robinson, MSN FNP-BC, US Army Nurse Corps-Reserves, Captain. Served 10+ years including Operation Noble Eagle. Honorable discharge 2005.
- Lois Schwartz, ANP-BC, Lt Col, USAF NC. Served 21 years in the US and Europe: Wilford Hall Medical Center, Torrejon Hospital in Spain, RAF Alconbury Clinic in the UK, Langley AFB Virginia and was deployed to Desert Shield/Desert Storm as the Chief Nurse of the 1st Wing Air Transportable Hospital for 7 months. Finished career at Seymour Johnson Hospital in NC as the Chief Nurse. Retired.
- Steven N. Thompson, FNP-BC, Captain 0-6, USPHS 1977-2007. Served with the Indian Health Service & the U.S. Coast Guard. Retired.
- Judith Vance, Active duty USAF Nurse Corps, 1981-1986, Reserve USAF Nurse Corps, 1986-1991.
- Trina Willett, MS, FNP-C, Commander United States Navy. Retired.
- Sun O. Wright, DNP, FNP-C, U. S. Army, Veteran
These links were listed on the "Joining Forces to Serve America's Military Families."
Honor Flight Arizona
Flying Arizona Veterans to see thier Memorials in Washington, D.C.
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Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America's WWII veterans for all their sacrifices. We transport our heroes to Washington, D.C. to reflect and be honored at their memorials.
Of all of the wars in recent memory, it was World War II that truly threatened our very existence as a nation – and as a culturally diverse, free society. Now, with 1500 World War II veterans dying each day nationwide, our time to express our thanks to these brave men and women is running out.
We are the Arizona hub of Honor Flight, the 28th state to set up a hub. We are part of the national network that is flying WWII veterans to their monument in Washington, D.C. Our desire is to fly as many WWII veterans as we can from Arizona to Washington, D.C. at no cost to them.
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