MILITARY BIOGRAPHY of Christine Loomis Clark (US Navy 1992-1994), mother of Candace Ibarra.
Airman (E-3) Loomis Clark enlisted into the United States Navy and successfully completed boot camp in July 1992, at US Naval Recruit Training Center, Orlando, Florida. She Honorably Discharged from the US Navy as an Airman in August, 1994 from HS-1, NAS Jacksonville, Florida.
Military and civilian education: Airman Loomis Clark completed Basic Aviation Training at the US Naval Recruit Training Center in Orlando, Florida in 1992. In 2013, she obtained an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies from Western Kentucky University. In 2015, she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology from Western Kentucky University.
Assignments: Airman Loomis Clark was assigned to Helicopter Squadron One, Naval Air Base, Jacksonville, Florida in 1992 as Maintenance Support. In 1993, she was assigned to the Line Division as a Plane Captain on SH-3 Sea King Helicopters. In 1994, Airman Loomis Clark was temporarily assigned as a Maintenance Control Aviation Maintenance Administrator. She Honorably Discharged from the United States Navy in August 1994.
Awards and decorations: Airman Loomis Clark received several awards and decorations during her career with the United States Navy.
Currently Airman Loomis Clark resides in Morgantown, KY with her husband, Lee. They have 6 children: Nathaniel, Candace, Dakota, Daniel, Kody, and Kaleb. She is employed through the Commonwealth of Kentucky as a Social Service Worker for the Cabinet of Health and Family Services.