After being commissioned an officer in the field artillery and attending flight school, Storm piloted a Chinook helicopter with the 1st Calvary Division in Vietnam from July 1969 to July 1970, during which time he was awarded two Distinguished Flying Crosses and 28 Air Medal Awards.
After returning from Vietnam, he taught at the flight school and served in an artillery unit before being selected for an Army health professions scholarship to attend Indiana University Medical School. Upon graduating in 1979 he did his specialty training in dermatology at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio and later served as a staff dermatologist at Fort Knox, Ky.
Storm, a staff member of Franciscan Health and Community Hospital South, and his family eventually settled in Perry Township, and his sons graduated from Perry Meridian and college.
The presenters at Storm’s induction included Maj. Gen. Courtney Carr, Indiana adjutant general; Sen. Joe Donnelly and State Rep. John Bartlett. Nominations for next year’s class of inductees are being accepted; the qualifications are listed at www.imvhof.com.