Army and Navy Academy - Adjutant Yearbook (Carlsbad, CA)

 - Class of 1965

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Page 27 text:

Colonel William C. Atkinson, President ".m Dean Ede, Colonel Atkinson, and General Fair bourn enjoying Second Classmen's banquet. Below: Two old friends, Col. Atkinson and Dr. Webb, discuss private schools while watching annual Army Navy-Webb game. I 4 34 Aw' lg -.-,r LJ 4- - - ij-f -1371 ja in V 5 F 12 41 , ' V "H"-W eu at ii 1 r - ,M L ' ' f:?,'Nl' nv' -- ' K - 'l "5-r"Yi'f-ne,'?221sfef'.,-3.121 . -,- v, Q..-.Q ,,

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---my Col. Atkinson entertains in his home. 3 .3 1 W I Q 4 t I i Colonel Atkinson welcomes parents to the President's Ball. Of all the men on campus, Colonel William Cur- rier Atkinson undoubtedly stands out the most. A man of wisdom, honor, and esteem, the Colonel has served the Academy for forty one years. As a teacher, Commandant of Cadets, and President of the Academy, he has had the opportunity of working with young men. He therefore knows the problems and frustrations of boys and is able to handle any situation. His ability and willingness to help anyone in need has made him the man that he is. His moral code is that of General Douglas MacArthur: Duty, Honor, and Country. As President of the Academy, his duties are in- numerable, and yet he performs them all with the greatest of efficiency. One of his greatest ambi- tions is to impress on all cadets the value of honor. Many is the time that he speaks of integrity in his Chapel services. He tries to instill in all cadets a sense of manliness, so that when they leave the Academy they will become useful citizens of their nation. Colonel Atkinson has a gratifying effect on all who come in contact with him. His ability to speak and his sincerity in what he says has gained him the respect of cadets and parents alike. The Class of 1965 is particularly close to the Colo- nel. It is because of his influence that many of the goals of the Senior Class have been accomplished. He will live in the hearts of the Senior Class for- ever. PRESIDE T ATKI SON COMPLETES FORTY FIRST YEAR OF SERVICE WITH THE ACADEMY



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Major W. C. Atkinson Jr., Vice President VICE PRESIDENT PERFORM S VARIOUS DUTIES Major William C. Atkinson Jr. has served on the staff of the Academy since 1957. He is familiar with the campus life of the boys and therefore is able to understand and help them. As Vice President of the Academy, his duties include: Business manager, public relations, and Alumni aiairs. I-Ie also takes over the duties of the President of the Academy in the absence of Colonel Atkinson. Major "Bill" is a living example of the Senior Class motto: "Deeds, not Words." He says little and does much. He takes an active interest in all phases of the Aca- demy, as well as in civic affairs. Major Atkinson was elected to the Carls- bad City Council in the early part of 1964. Since then his duties have increased con- siderably. But he is a conscientious worker and therefore has little trouble in fulfill- ing them. His high ideals and sense of honor are unsurpassed. He is a man of wisdom and is eager to share all he knows. .. ,f......-. ..-.--e- Q 4-fun ,.....-.Q --....-... 1 .,.....n-.., fi: V I -In --4-up-an . ,lf Q? -, i l i - Q , if' fs. in :gy -4" 1, 694, in H . . ' Major Bill attending Senior banguet at Officers Club in San Diego. Vice President begins his day after faculty meeting if-4

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