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North Lamar Graduates Enlist in the Army

School NewsGreg Higgins
Craig Hale, center, with NLHS Principal Clint Hildreth and Army Recruiter Nicholas Royse. 

Craig Hale, center, with NLHS Principal Clint Hildreth and Army Recruiter Nicholas Royse. 

Joseph Daniels, center, with NLHS Principal Clint Hildreth and Army Recruiter Nicholas Royse. 

Joseph Daniels, center, with NLHS Principal Clint Hildreth and Army Recruiter Nicholas Royse. 

Jacob Mills, center, with NLHS Principal Clint Hildreth and Army Recruiter Nicholas Royse

Jacob Mills, center, with NLHS Principal Clint Hildreth and Army Recruiter Nicholas Royse

Three 2015 North Lamar graduates have been sworn in to support and defend the Constitution of the United State by joining the Army. Jacob Mills, Craig Hale, and Joseph Daniels will all ship out this summer to begin their careers in the military.

Mills will specialize as an unmanned aircraft systems repairer.  He is the son of Audrey and Jimmy Mills.

Hale will train as an air defense battle management system operator.  His parents are Kristi and Tyron Hale.

Daniels enlisted to be a chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialist.  His parents are Jessica and Joseph Michael Daniels.