Cameron High, Sergeant US Army
Sergeant Cameron High was born January 12, 1989, In Huntington Beach, California. Born into an Army family allowed him to grow up all over the world on Army bases. Cameron joined right after graduating high school in Las Vegas Nevada with the goal of being an airborne medic, (Turns out in 2007, Uncle Sam was chomping at the bit for those).
After almost a year of training, Cameron was stationed with the 82nd Airborne at Fort Bragg where he deployed to Iraq twice. He then moved to Germany to join the 173rd to deploy to Afghanistan wrapping up almost 8 years of active duty. After getting out of active duty in 2015, Cameron joined the Alabama National Guard as a Fire fighter and served the state for almost 3 years.
Currently Cameron has hung up his uniform and lives in Huntsville, Alabama working in defense contracting. He and his wife, Elizabeth, have welcomed their first child and can’t wait to introduce him to their active lifestyle of hockey, kayaking, and the love for motorcycle riding.
Cameron is excited and grateful to be nominated for the Veteran’s Charity Ride by fellow veteran, Jared Thomas. Cameron is looking forward to rekindling the comradery feeling by meeting fellow veterans and experiencing the amazing services Veteran’s Charity Ride provides.