CDR Lee retired from Activity Duty after 22 years in the Service in August 2017. He served 2 years Enlisted in the Army as Non-Morse Code Interceptor (Military Intelligence) and 20 years as a Commissioned Officer in the Navy. CDR Lee earned his commission through Officer Candidate School in Pensacola in 1997 and earned his Wings of Gold as Naval Aviator in 1999. CDR Lee has over 3500 flight hours in the T-34, TH-57 B/C, and the mighty SH-60B.
Following Retirement, CDR Lee was substitute teacher in Duval County until he began teaching as the SNSI at Middleburg High School in February 2018 until Jun 2022. While there he taught the Naval Science 2 and 3 classes and the Embry-Riddle Unmanned Aerial Systems classes as an Adjunct Professor.
He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Oklahoma Christian University and an Executive Master of Business Administration from the Naval Postgraduate School.
CDR Lee has 2 children: Megan a graduate of Terry Parker HS (2018) and Yale University (2022); and Nathan a graduate of Sandalwood HS and is attending UCF.
Sgtmaj Gallman retired from active duty Marine Corps after 24 year of service in March 2011.
Following his retirement SgtMaj Gallman began teaching as the Naval Science Instructor at Middleburg High School in Sep 2012 until June/2022.
While there he taught Naval Science 1 and 4 classes.
SgtMaj Gallman earned a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University & his Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Webster University.
SgtMaj Gallman began working at Terry Parker in Aug 22
A native of Green Cove Springs, FL, Chief Dwayne Tinney attended Clay High School thru the eleventh grade. He moved to Philadelphia, PA at the age of 17 where he earned a diploma from William Penn High School in June 1992 before returning to Florida.
He is currently enrolled at Mississippi State University (MSU) where he is working towards a Bachelor of Science with a focus in Broadcast and Operational Meteorology.
Duties held included: Curriculum Development Leading Chief Petty Officer Navy Instructor and Curriculum Developer Training Officer, Information Operations Watch Officer, Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor, Anti-Terrorist and Force Protection Officer, Sexual Assault Victims’ Advocate.
From October 1993 to July 2014, Chief Tinney served at the following commands: Navy Meteorology and Oceanography Training Detachment Whiting Field, Navy Central Meteorology and Oceanography Center Bahrain, Mobile Environmental Team Yokosuka Japan, Navy Atlantic Meteorology and Oceanography Facility Jacksonville, Amphibious Squadron Eleven Sasebo Japan, Combined Forces Special Operations Command Central, Navy Meteorology and Oceanography Professional Development Center Gulfport.
During his 21 year career in the U.S. Navy, Chief Tinney had the opportunity to visit and conduct operations in the following countries: Australia, Cambodia, Guam, Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Saipan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, and Qatar.
While on active duty, Chief Tinney earned the following personal awards: Joint Forces Commendation Medal, Navy-Marine Corps Commendation Medal, and Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal. He also wears the following awards: National Defense, Armed Forces Expeditionary, Global War On Terrorism Service, Humanitarian, Sea Service, Overseas Service, and Expert Rifle Shot.