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Early Life and Education
Henry holds both a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education and American History from Salve Regina University as well as an M.A. in Global and Comparative History from Rutgers University. Henry’s research centers around Indigenous mythology as well as relations between Native Americans and European colonists in colonial Mid-Atlantic colonies; additionally he’s keenly interested in the nineteenth-century intellectuals who took up pseudoscience such as Phrenology to support anatomical “brain clubs.”
Henry was born into one of Europe’s most esteemed families and received an exceptional education, quickly aiding his father on religious and military matters. Crowned Junior King in 987, Henry helped negotiate treaties on his father’s behalf and defend his interests in many disputes; becoming involved with nation building projects while managing numerous public trusts.
Achievement and Honors
Commander Henry holds over 3000 military and civilian flight hours combined, as well as three type ratings in medium twin engine helicopters. His awards include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Commendation Medals (four awards), Navy Achievement Medal and various unit, service, and campaign recognitions.
He completed rotary-wing training on board VX-23 in Pensacola, Florida, and HSL-41 in San Diego before beginning operational flying tours with SH-60B Seahawk community in HSL-43. Additionally, he served as Schedules Officer and Detachment Maintenance Officer aboard USS Rodney M Davis (FFG 60) and USS Lake Erie (CG 70).
Henry was mobilized in support of operations at Joint Forces Maritime Component Command Detachment Phoenix as a government flight representative on exercises like Dawn Blitz, RIMPAC and Talisman Sabre. Additionally he currently serves as Helicopter Element Coordinator for Destroyer Squadron 26 in Norfolk VA.