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Vincent Maligno

U.S Air Force 1969-1981
Air Force Reserve 1981-1992
Vietnam War


Major Vincent J. Maligno, U.S. Air Force, served from 1969 to 1993 with two tours in Vietnam, three years on Guam, and five years in Germany.

First he was sent to Texas, then to Vietnam from 1970-1971 serving two tours during the Vietnam War. Then to Omaha, Nebraska, from 1971-1973. Afterwards he was stationed in Guam from 1973-1976. He was then sent stateside to Rome, N.Y., in 1976.

From 1976-1981, Major Maligno was stationed in Germany where he earned his doctorate from the City University of Los Angeles.

In 1981, Major Maligno moved back stateside to Staten Island where he continued his service as a reservist until 1992.

While dedicating his service to his country, his six children were born in different areas as well. His eldest children, Julie and Vincent Jr., were born in Brooklyn, his daughter Melissa was born in Omaha, Nebraska, and his fourth daughter, Megan, was born in Germany, while his youngest, Lauren and Joseph, were born on Staten Island.

Sponsored by Hanane Dbajat and the Staten Island Young Republicans Club

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