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Chick McGeehan – Rohe Track Era Military

Chick McGeehan UT Track:  (1966-1968) Dual Sport Athlete – Football & Track All-American, 1967 -- SEC Champion 440 Yard Relay and NCAA Runner-Up 440 Yard Relay; 1968 – SEC second place 440 Yard Relay and third place 100 Yard Dash. Military Experience:  (1969-1971), U.S. Army, Lieutenant Vietnam Service:  (1970-1971) Special

Chick McGeehan – Rohe Track Era Military2022-05-17T02:36:58+00:00

Gary Wagner – Rohe Track Era Military

Gary Wagner UT Track: 1965-1969; Sprinter (100, 220, 440 Relay); SEC Champion--Outdoor 440 Yard Relay (1967, 1968, 1969); Outdoor 100 & 220 (1969); Named the Most Outstanding Athlete in the Southeast Conference T&F Outdoor Championships in 1969 following his victories in the 100, 220, and 440 relay; Member of NCAA

Gary Wagner – Rohe Track Era Military2021-10-25T16:49:09+00:00

Coppley Vickers – Rohe Track Era Military

Coppley Vickers UT Track:  1964-1965; Distance Runner (XC, 880, Mile, Two Mile); Team Captain (1965); SEC Champion -- Two-Mile Outdoor (1964), Two-Mile Indoor (1965); Mile Indoor (1965); Two-Mile Relay Indoor (1965); Member of National USTFF XC Championship Team (1964, Placed 3rd); Member of Winning Team at Calloway Gardens Invitational XC Meet

Coppley Vickers – Rohe Track Era Military2021-10-25T16:49:15+00:00

Bill Sellmer – Rohe Track Era Military

Bill Sellmer UT Track:  1963-1967; Middle Distance Runner (440, 880); SEC Champion -- Indoor Mile Relay (1965, 1967), Outdoor Mile Relay (1965, 1966), Indoor Two Mile Relay (1966). Military Service:  USMC; Reserves (1962-1967); Active (1967-1973); June 1962 to August 1967, United States Marine Corps Reserve, Platoon Leaders Class Program; June-July 1963, PLC

Bill Sellmer – Rohe Track Era Military2021-10-25T16:49:20+00:00

Roy Hall – Rohe Track Era Military

Roy Hall UT Cross Country & Track:  1964-1967; Distance Runner (XC, Mile); SEC Place Winner -- Indoor Mile (4th in 1965); Outdoor Mile (3rd in 1965-UT swept 1-2-3; 5th in 1966-UT took places 1-3-4-5) Military Service:   US Army, 1968 -1969, SGT E-5 Vietnam:  Served in Vietnam Unit:  11C, Heavy Weapons Duty Stations:  Basic Training: Fort

Roy Hall – Rohe Track Era Military2021-10-25T16:49:26+00:00

David Mann – Rohe Track Era Military

David Mann UT Track:  1962 (One Quarter); Sprinter (100, 220, 440) Military Service:  USMC, Highest Rank -- Lance Corporal Vietnam:  Served in Vietnam Unit:  Unknown Medals:  Purple Heart Comments from Obituary:  Richard David Mann, 60, of Palatka, Florida, died Sunday, March 27, 2004 after a long illness at Arlington House Assisted Living Facility. He was a

David Mann – Rohe Track Era Military2021-10-25T16:49:32+00:00

Denis Flood – Rohe Track Era Military

Denis Flood Pictures:  Left -- Private First Class Denis Flood in Vietnam; Right -- Freshman Denis Flood winning the 800 meter run at the 1970 Martin Luther King Games in Philadelphia in 1:48.6. UT Track:  1969-1973; Distance Runner (XC, 440 & 880); Team Captain (1971), SEC Champion -- Indoor Two-Mile Relay (1971).

Denis Flood – Rohe Track Era Military2021-10-25T16:49:37+00:00

Norman Curtis – Rohe Track Era Military

Norman Curtis UT Track:  (1963-1966), Manager Military Service:  US Army, 1st LT CE USAR, 1967-1970 Units:  Company Commander, Headquarters Company, 501st Field Depot, Korat, Thailand; Executive Officer, Combined Companies (Five Separate Companies), 501st Field Depot, Korat, Thailand; Chief Security Division, Assistant Chief of Staff G2, Fort Polk, Louisiana; Engineer Officer Candidate School, Fort

Norman Curtis – Rohe Track Era Military2021-10-25T16:49:45+00:00

Bob Barber – Rohe Track Era Military

Bob Barber UT Cross Country & Track: 1963-1967; Distance Runner (XC & Two Mile Run); XC Captain (1966); SEC XC Place Winner (1965--finished 5th, UT took first six places; 1966-finished 4th, first UT runner to finish); Member of Winning Team at National USTFF XC Championships (1964-Finished 17th); SEC Indoor T&F Place

Bob Barber – Rohe Track Era Military2021-10-25T16:49:53+00:00

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