Army Pvt. Jeffrey E. Gill has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. Son of Betsy Gill, he is a 2008 graduate of Plum Senior High School.
Graduating from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio are: Air Force Airman Skyler C. Miller, son of Stacey and Alan Morrison of Coraopolis and a 2012 graduate of Moon Area High School; Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Clarissa J. Fabus, daughter of Cindy and David Fabus of Bethel Park and a 2012 graduate of Bethel Park High School; Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Alyssa B. Dunlap, daughter of Ronald Dunlap and a 2012 graduate of Carrick High School; Air Force Airman Jennifer A. Murphy, daughter of Michael Murphy of Verona and a 2012 graduate of Plum Senior High School; and Air Force Airman Caleb D. Truax, son of Timothy Truax and Dana Rucker and a 2012 graduate of Keystone Oaks High School.
Graduating from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. are: Marine Corps Pvt. Eric V. Heisler, son of Nancy J. and Richard A. Heisler of Bethel Park and a 2010 graduate of Bethel Park High School; and Marine Corps Pfc. Lamar D. Eubanks, son of Elnora E. and Isaac L. Eubanks of Whitaker and a 2012 graduate of West Mifflin Area High School.
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