I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE...


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OUR FALLEN

MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP'S OWN

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General Richard Montgomery - KIA Revolutionary War 


John A Cray - KIA Civil War
James Cray - KIA Civil War
Arthur S Dixon - KIA WWI
Charles Rospopa - KIA WWII
George L Brown - KIA WWII
Michael Malko - KIA WWII
SP4 Stephen H Warner - KIA Vietnam War
LT. Ashley Henderson-Huff - KIA Operation Iraqi Freedom  

MONTGOMERY VETERANS MEMORIAL

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MONTGOMERY VETERANS PARK

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REMEMBERING ALL THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED.

We Remember

Navy Lt. Michael M. McGreevy, Jr

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Navy Lt. Michael M. McGreevy, Jr., 30, of Portville, New York. Lt McGreevy died while conducting combat operations when the MH-47 helicopter that he was aboard crashed in the vicinity of Asadabad, Afghanistan in Kumar Province. He was assigned to SEAL Team Ten, Virginia Beach, Virginia.


 McGreevy was a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy who hailed from the small town of Portville, N.Y., population 4,000, where he was remembered as an outstanding student, athlete and "top-notch kid." Kevin Curran, principal of the town's high school where McGreevy graduated third in his class 12 years ago, said, "He made a huge impact on us, that we remember him this well." "He was a great athlete, great student, nice personality, and was so polite," added Linda Scott, a Portville guidance counselor. 


McGreevy, 30, who was married and the father of a 1-year-old child, was stationed in Virginia Beach, Va. Navy Lt Michael M. McGreevy, Jr. was killed in action on 06/28/05.


The 1-year-old child - Michael's daughter, is a student at MHS...

MONTGOMERY HIGH SCHOOL'S OWN

1st LT ASHLEY HENDERSON-HUFF

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 Ashley Henderson - MHS '00  


Lt. Ashley Henderson Huff, a member of the 2000 graduating class from Montgomery High School, was tragically killed in Iraq on September 19, 2006 while serving her country as a member of the 549th Military Police Company. 

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U.S. Military Police Soldier Honored By Iraqi Police

Multi-National Division – Baghdad PAO

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Military Friends of NewsBlaze 

Tue October 28, 2008 

Col. Mark Spindler

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This is truly a tremendous moment for the Military Police Corps … she was a tremendous officer, she moved people, said Col. Mark Spindler, commander, 18th Military Police Brigade. What a profound thing that has happened here, when the Iraqi’s dedicate a monument to a U.S. Soldier on Iraqi soil...

BAGHDAD – A bronze bust of U.S. Army 1st Lt. Ashley Henderson-Huff, was dedicated during a ceremony opening the Erbil Police Academy Oct. 15 in Erbil, Iraq.


Henderson-Huff was a military police officer assigned to a U.S. Army Military Police Transition Team in 2005. She died of injuries suffered in Mosul, Iraq, Sept. 19, 2006, when a suicide vehicle-borne improvised explosive device detonated near her mounted patrol during combat operations.


Henderson-Huff’s father was present and participated in the dedication as the monument was uncovered.

1st LT ASHLEY HENDERSON-HUFF MEMORIAL DRIVE

12.19.17

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 "A Day to Remember" - 


The Montgomery Township School District honored MHS Class of 2000 1st Lt. Ashley Henderson Huff by dedicating a street sign to her on what would've been her 35th birthday. 


Mark Henderson, Ashley's Father was present.

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