Proudly honoring those that serve and who have served
BOG Roster: Terry Webster - A native of Philomath, Oregon, Terry served in The Vietnam War in The 2nd Armored Division "Hell on Wheels". From there he returned back to logging in Oregon and California. In 1975 Terry moved his wife Marvella and 5 kids to small remote logging camps all over S.E. Alaska then settling for 2 years on Afognak Island. One more move in 1980 brought the Webster family to Wasilla, Alaska.
Ty Moore - A native of Wasilla, Alaska, Ty Moore enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1995 after losing a bet with his college roommate. As a Team Leader in Echo Company, 4th Reconnaissance Battalion, then Sergeant Moore met his wife Jennifer on a blind date to the Marine Corps Ball. They have been married since 1999 and have three children.
Since that time, Ty has served as a Marine Corps Infantry Officer and was assigned to various operational units across the country and abroad, including: the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit; 1st Battalion, 1st Marines; 1st Battalion, 7th Marines; 3rd Battalion, 3d Marines; and III Marine Expeditionary Force. He has deployed five times (four to combat) and is a graduate of Virginia Military Institute, the Naval Postgraduate School, and the Naval War College.
Michael C. Genoff, MD, MBA aka “Doc”- A native of Cucamonga, California, Dr. Genoff’s time in the military was spent in the USARMC beginning during his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at UC Irvine and his Hand Surgery fellowship where he was assigned to the 6252 U.S. Army Hospital. There he met his wife, Dr. Paula Formosa, a plastic surgeon who was (and still is!) his boss. Dr. Genoff latter was assigned to the IRR until his honorable discharge in 1996. Dr. Genoff received an MBA from UC Irvine in 1998 and has served in many management and board positions for public and private corporations. Michael and Paula have 3 grown children and have worked together doing microvascular surgery until their retirement in 2013 when they moved to Sandpoint, Idaho. Larry Hammack- Began boot camp in the Air Force at Lackland AFB, Texas March 22, 1967. After schooling at Ft Benjamin Harrison, Indiana I was assigned to Operation Location 1506 Pacific Postal and Courier at Cam Ranh Bay Vietnam from October 67 to October 68. After Vietnam I spent one year at Detachment 1, 318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron at (of all places) Walla Walla, Washington. In September of 69, after attending another school at Keesler AFB Mississippi I was sent to Location 1506 Pacific Postal and Courier, Bangkok, Thailand. Promoted to Staff Sargent in April 1970. Returned to Travis AFB, California for discharge in September 1970.