■ Army Pvt. Mariah N. Collier has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. Collier is the granddaughter of Karla J. Collier of Lexington. She is a 2014 graduate of Henry Clay High School.
■ Army Pvt. Dyantae M. Logan has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. Logan is the son of Felicia G. Ford and grandson of William J. Logan of Lexington. He is a 2012 graduate of Bryan Station High School.
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■ Lexington's ambassadors for the Honor Flight Bluegrass, Phill Pittman and George Campbell, will address the Military Officers Association of America at its quarterly luncheon meeting at the Equestrian Woods Country Club in Nicholasville at noon May 21.
For the past decade the Honor Flight Network has flown thousands of America's veterans, mostly World War II survivors, to Washington, D.C., to reflect on their respective memorials at no cost to the veterans. The Honor Flight Bluegrass Chapter, based in Louisville, has flown more than 1,700 Kentucky veterans since 2008.
The country club is at 107 Clubhouse Drive near Harrodsburg Road and Spring Crest Drive, approximately two miles south of Man o' War Boulevard.
The meeting is open to all military officers — active duty, reserve, and retired — and their guests. Reservations: Pat Jones, (859) 271-2606 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A buffet lunch is $17.
Honor Flight Bluegrass has three flights scheduled for 2015: May 16 and June 6, both departing from Louisville, and Sept. 26 departing from Lexington.
■ Air Force Airman 1st Class Daniel W. Pippen has been featured in a story on the Joint Base Charleston website. Pippen is credited with saving the life of a child in March. The story can be found at 1.usa.gov/1bD51bp.
Pippen is a fire protection specialist with the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron, Joint Base Charleston, S.C. He is a 2007 graduate of Scott County High School.