Veteran of the Vietnam era and the Persian Gulf War with 21 years of experience

Hap Rocketto has spent the past 21 years of his life working for CSRR, the past 18 years as their President. Hap is now a veteran of the Vietnam era and the Persian Gulf War.

Hap Rocketto served in CSRR as a veteran of the Vietnam era and the Persian Gulf War, with 21 years of experience. Hap previously served in Congress with high-ranking positions such as Chief Staff to Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy, Deputy Campaign Manager for Paul Tsongas for President in 1992, and a Senior Issue Advisor for Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis.

Hap Rocketto is a veteran of the Vietnam era and the Persian Gulf War with 21 years of experience. He has been active in Republican politics since being elected to the Montgomery County Council at age 34 and since that time, he has served in many positions including Navy Captain, Campaign Manager for two Presidential campaigns and Chairman for two Presidential campaigns

Hap Rocketto was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on November 29th 1947. He attended LaSalle College 1964-1968, where he studied political science. Hap served on active duty (United States Naval Reserve) 1968-1973; he was with the Second Marine Division during the Vietnam War and fought at Khe Sanh while assigned to the 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion.

Hap has been active in Republican politics since being elected to the Montgomery County Council at age 34 and since that time he has served in many positions including Navy Captain, Campaign Manager for two Presidential campaigns and Chairman for two Presidential campaigns.

Hap Rocketto is a retired military officer who spent 21 years of his life in the U.S. Marine Corps. He served as both an enlisted soldier and as an officer, achieving the rank of captain.

He left active duty service in 1994 and joined CSRR, where he later became a member of the Board of Directors of the National Rifle Association (NRA).

As a former war veteran with 21 years of experience, Hap is also an expert on firearms and firearms safety legislation. He has testified before Congress on this topic as well as served on various federal advisory committees such as the Homeland Security Committee at the Department of Defense from 2003-2009, working to develop policies for homeland defense strategy against terrorism.

Veteran Hap Rocketto, who served in the Vietnam War and Persian Gulf War, has proven to be a valuable resource for the CSRR.

For many years he served as the Board of Directors for the NRA and is now a member of CSRR’s Board of Directors.

Hap Rocketto is a veteran of the Vietnam era and the Persian Gulf War with 21 years of experience. He served as a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps and then served on the National Executive Board for the NRA.

Hap Rocketto has been awarded for his work on behalf of those who have served their country in uniform by receiving two Presidential Citations, two Navy Crosses, three Navy Commendation Medals, one Purple Heart and one Overseas Service Ribbon.

This section talks about the experience and background of Hap Rocketto and how he was a veteran of the Vietnam era and the Persian Gulf War.

The author believes that Hap Rocketto has a lot of experience from his time in the military and has been an active supporter for veterans since he came back from Vietnam.