John M. Huberty is a native Minnesotan who grew up in Elk River, and a six-year veteran of the United States Navy. Mr. Huberty served as a sonar technician aboard USS John Rodgers (DD-... more
John M. Huberty is a native Minnesotan who grew up in Elk River, and a six-year veteran of the United States Navy. Mr. Huberty served as a sonar technician aboard USS John Rodgers (DD-983) and was awarded numerous commendations, including the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Battle E, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Medal, and The Admiral John H. Sides Perpetual Award for Excellenc... view profile
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