Entré’s Veterans


Michael Bright

Michael enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 2008.  He attended technical training at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Mississippi.  There he received training in electronics and Cisco networking.  After Keesler, he was sent to Cannon Air Force Base in Clovis, New Mexico.  While there, he joined the network infrastructure shop where they maintained the base switched network consisting of some 300+ nodes.  He spent one tour in Afghanistan attached to the U.S. Army, and in late 2012, he left the active duty Air Force and returned home to Winnebago, Illinois.

Tony Celletti

Tony went to Basic Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina in 1985. After graduating from Basic Training, he was assigned to a training unit at Fort Gordon, Georgia where he spent 6 months learning how to maintain The Army Combat Computer System (TACCS). Upon completion of his training, he spent another 6 months at Fort Gordon on a temporary duty assignment doing real world tests of the TACCS. He left Fort Gordon for his permanent duty station at Fort Hood, Texas and was assigned to the MISO (Management Information Systems Office) of the 13th Support Command. While there, he was responsible for maintaining all of the PCs on the southern half of the post, and he left the Army in 1990.

Aaron Luebke

Aaron joined the U.S. Air Force in 1977. He received tech training at Keesler Air Force Base in Electronic Warfare (EW) and Electronic Counter Measure (ECM). He was assigned to Clark Air Force Base, Republic of the Philippines from 1978 – 1980. He finished his Air Force career at Elgin Air Force Base, Florida from 1980-1981. 


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