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October 07, 2004

U.S. Air Force Captain Justin Price, a 1990 graduate of Frederick (Md.) High School, is being stationed as the Chief of International, Operational and Civil Law, in the office of the Staff Judge Advocate, 8th Fighter Wing, Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea near Gunsan City, for a 12-month tour of duty that began in June.

Price has served since April 2001 with the 9th Reconnaissance Wing at Beale AFB, near Marysville, Calif., as the Chief of Military Justice, where he represented the United States in courts-martial and advised commanders on military justice matters. He entered the Air Force as a judge advocate in 2000 after graduating from West Virginia University College of Law.

His parents live in Fayetteville, Pa.




On June 6, 2004, Lt. Col. Rodney G. Winebrenner was awarded the Army Achievement Medal by Col. Jeffery Marshall, commander, 29th Joint Task Force Augmentation Team, garrisoned in Pikesville, Md.

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Winebrenner received this award for outstanding service as the 29th Joint Task Force Augmentation Team Personnel Officer.

Winebrenner is a civil engineer in civilian life. He is married to Sarah and they have two children. He graduated from North Hagerstown High School in 1980, and from Virginia Military Institute in 1984.




U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Christopher George, son of June George of Mount Airy, Md., recently was promoted to his current rank.




Toby E. Stouffer, son of Tony and Donna Stouffer of Greencastle, Pa., has entered basic cadet training at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo., in preparation for entering the first academic year at the academy.

Stouffer is a 2004 graduate of Greencastle-Antrim High School, Greencastle.




Civilian Benjamin W. Godman, son of D. L. and Gregory W. Godman of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., recently enlisted in the United States Navy under the Delayed Entry Program at Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center, Harrisburg, Pa.

Godman will report for active duty to undergo basic training at the Navy's Recruit Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill.

He is a 1999 graduate of Berkeley Springs High School.




Laurel A. Stocks, daughter of Tom R. and Mary A. Smith of Louisville, Ky., has been promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force Reserve.

Stocks is an intensive care nurse with the 89th Medical Group, Andrews Air Force Base, Camp Springs, Md. She has 17 years of military service.

Her husband, Thomas, is the son of Thomas W. and Mary A. Stocks of South George Street, Charles Town, W.Va.

She graduated in 1979 from Ballard High School, Louisville, and received a bachelor's degree in 1987 from the University of Kentucky, Lexington. She earned her master's degree in 1995 from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.




Marine Corps Cpl. Sean P. Leonard, son of Karen S. and Robert D. Leonard of Charles Town, W. Va., recently was promoted to his current rank while serving with 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines, Camp Pendleton, Calif.

Leonard was promoted based on sustained superior job performance and proficiency in his designated specialty.

Leonard joined the Marine Corps in June 2001.




Air Force Cadet Cade J. Laverty, son of Dennis and Debra Perry of Chambersburg, Pa., has earned honors with placement on the Athletics List at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Laverty was recognized by the director of athletics for excelling in a combination of intense aerobics training, physical tests and physical education classes. She maintained a 3.0 or better physical education average for a semester.

Laverty, who is pursuing a bachelor of science degree in management, is a 2002 graduate of Chambersburg Area High School.




Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Robert E. Ingersoll, son of Sharon and John R. Ingersoll of Warfordsburg, Pa., recently returned from a routine, scheduled deployment, while assigned to the guided missile destroyer USS Ross, homeported in Norfolk, Va.

Ingersoll, a 1999 graduate of Southern Fulton High School in Warfordsburg, joined the Navy in July 1999.

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