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Lt. Col. Robert "Bob" Trask, U.S. Army-Retired 1979 (25 Years)
Speciallties Artillery and AVIATION. 10.000 hours as pilot of fixed wing and rotorcraft, 4000 in the Chinook alone.

Served in Korea 1959-1960, Germany 1963-1966, Vietnam 1967-1968 & 1970-1971
Distinguished Flying Cross
Master Aviation Badge (15 Years flying fixed wing and helicopter, instrument and multi-engine rating in both.)
Natl. Defense Service Medal
Army Commendation Medal w/ 2nd Oak Leaf Cluster
Air Medal w/1-46 Oak Leaf Cluster
Bronze Star w/ Oak Leaf Cluster; Presidential Unit Citation; Armed Forces Reserve Medal with X Device
Vietnam Campaign Medal w 60 Device, Vietnam Service medal w/6 Service Bars
Four Over-seas Service Bars

Col. Roy Douglas House (above, right). U.S. Army-Retired. Brother Doug is an attorney with a Juris Doctorate from the UALR William Bowen Law School. He served as the Equal Opportunity Officer for the Arkansas natl Guard for four years, and 19 years as staff Judge Advocate-U.S. Army. After a tour in the Middle East and retirement from the Army, Brother House was elected to the Arkansas House of Representatives for District 40.

Brother Michael Campbell (above and right) started his military career in the US Navy in 1984. After 2 Pacific cruises and 1 world cruise abord the Aircraft Carriers USS Ranger and Nimitz, Campbell took an inter-services transfer to the U.S. Army to fly rotorcraft. And fly he did! Helos including the UH-1 Huey, AH-1 Cobra, and AH-64 Apache in Somalia, Kosovo, Bosnia and Iraq. After leaving the Army he flew helicopters in the Gulf of Mexico, ultimately landing at AR Children's Hospital, where in an eight year tenure he becane the Angel 1 Check Airman, with responsibilities for instructing and flight checking all ACH pilots. As of 2014, he has over 7500 hours in fixed wing and rotorcraft, and holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating and is a certified flight instructor and instrument flight instructor. He is now flying Medical Evac helicopters with "Hospial Wing" out of Memphis, TN