Where are they now: Mark Schnell

 

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USAF Major Mark Schnell recently coordinated the largest movement of F-35s in the world, to date.

Previously a Kimball student, Mark Schnell recently coordinated the world's largest movement of F-35s to date – and loosely compared it to scheduling a trip to watch the Huskers play.

Following his 2002 graduation from Kimball High School, Schnell, son of James and Julie Schnell, joined the United States Air Force through the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program at Kansas State University, where he was attending college.

"I initially entered the service through ROTC for two primary reasons," Schnell said, "The first was to fulfill my own personal desire to serve. I never had plan...



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