Naval Service History:
1952 Basic Training aka Boot Camp, Waukegan, IL, followed by service school at Great Lakes, IL1953 PN3 (personnelman third class) Keypunch Operator, Center for Advancement & Rating(during this assignment, qualified solo pilot on piper cub airplane, not on Navy’s time or dime)1955-1956 Washington,DC, Naval Transfers of Duty
Thank you Dr. Conner for your dedication to others and for serving our great country!
Gary Winn, D.O., a family physician based in Arundel, Maine is an Army 82nd Airborne Veteran of 8 years (1996-2004).
During his time in service, Dr. Winn served as an Army Physician in Family Practice to special forces, 82nd airborne, and101st airborne. Dr. Winn also proudly served as a Physician to President HW. Bush, President GeorgeW. Bush, Governor Jeb Bush and Bush Family.
Currently, Dr. Winn is a Major in Air Force Aux serving with civil air patrol in Sanford Maine.
Thank you Dr. Winn for your continued service to our country, Maine, and all your patients near and far!
Marion Hardy, D.O.
As a US Air Force and Air National Guard Veteran, Dr. Hardy reached the rank of Colonel during her successful military career.
She is a recipient of the Legion of Merit Award and has quite an esteemed military background. Certified by the Federal Aviation Administration as an Aviator Medical Examiner, she participated in multiple military operations and was recognized for her achievements in developing procedures to ensure critical medical vaccines were filled and administered during an exercise involving more than 600 Air and Army Guardsmen.
She also helped to elevate the medical community involvement in a joint Reserve operational exercise across New England.
Thank you Dr. Hardy for your determination and commitment to excellence!
OTHER MOA MEMBER SHOUTOUTS:
On May 16th during the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine's Virtual Commencement ceremony, Dr. Charles Radis, a life-long MOA member, and esteemed DO, was awarded the UNE COM Medal of Honor!
UNE COM Medal of Honor, is an award that
"honors those special individuals who exemplify the tireless dedication and bold pioneering spirit of the profession's founder, Andrew Taylor Still. Specifically, the award recognizes extraordinary service to the UNE College of Osteopathic Medicine and our profession. The medal is the highest honor given by the college."
Congratulations Dr. Radis, we agree that you are so deserving of this recognition!