Since this is the first time I am contributing to this thread, it is my turn to take my hat off and bow to you and your service to our Country. Thank you.
Your location and the channel mix in your TVFool report pose a special kind of challenge. In my opinion, you do not need big antennas, but they need to be somewhat directional and properly positioned. I would suggest separate VHF / UHF antennas pointed in different directions:
For VHF, a simple dipole should do, as long as you make it face 15degrees (Magnetic). In other words, the rod must be parallel to the 105deg. / 285deg. (Magnetic) line.
For UHF, I would suggest a wide beam antenna, pointed at 82 degrees (Magnetic). Antennas Direct DB2e may be a good option, and other 2 bay would work as well, the wider the beam, the better.
A pretty convenient "one stop shopping" option would be the Clear Stream 2-V assembly, which contains both antennas you need (UHF+VHF). You would have to point the two sections as I suggested before, which would involve some mechanical work and creativity (because when assembled "by the book", the two elements face in the same direction). It is up to you to decide if the convenience of getting them in one box for a good price, is worth the extra installation effort.
With the signal levels I see in the reports you included, you should be able to split to 2 TVs with no problem (unless you have very long cable runs, that is).
I hope this helps.