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In Uniform

News about members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard in our communities.


From the US Army War College at Carlisle Barracks, Carlisle, Pa.:

Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel William F. Lyons, a resident of Hudson. When not on active duty, Lyons is president of Fort Hill Infrastructure Services, a Boston-based company that he founded. He is a 1986 graduate of Natick High, and the son of Patricia Lyons of Natick. He is an assistant chief at the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Maynard.

From Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Leader’s Training Course, Fort Knox, Ky.:

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Army Cadet Elizabeth M. Lochiatto, a student at Belmont University, Nashville. She is the daughter of Vicky and Carl Lochiatto of Harvard, and granddaughter of Phyllis Lochiatto of Falmouth. She graduated in 2011 from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School.

Army Cadet Evan C. Cooper, a student at Southern New Hampshire University. He is the son of Lorance and Barbara Cooper of Marlborough, and a 2011 graduate of Marlborough High School.

From basic training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.:

Army Private First Class Andrew Houley, son of Joseph Houley of Natick, and a 2004 graduate of Xavier Brothers High School.

Army Private James D. Simcock, son of Bonnie Fitzgibbon of Westford and Matthew Simcock of Medway. He is a 2012 graduate of Medway High School.

The Globe welcomes submission of news items about local military personnel. Items may be sent to Alice C. Elwell at
Material for this column was provided or verified by the Department of Defense.
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