California Military Academy - Golden Challenge Yearbook (San Luis Obispo, CA)

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The Academy is accredited by the Department of the Army and uses a program of instruction and materials from the Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia. The curriculum exceeds 400 hours, based on the resident Officer Can- didate School program, augmented state subjects and an annual orientation trip to Fort Benning and Washington, D.C, The California Military Aoademy's attrition or "Wash Out" rate is over 5070, reflecting an increasingly difficult set of standards. The cadets are under constant observation designed to produce pressure and emotional stress and evaluate their ability and fortitude under mental strain. The advantages in this "pressure" system, coupled with strong academic standards, are best measured by the success of graduates now on active duty. Whenever we hear from one of our eighty plus alumni now serving with the Active SP5 Ottesen, PFC Ames SGT Jensen, SP4 Howe Army, they consistently advise that their Academy training has per- mitted them to effectively compete with their contemporaries, regardless of their source of commission, whether Fort Benning Officer Candidate School, Reserve Officers Training Corps or West Point. An example of their professionalism and devotion to duty is the number of decorations these officers have received for heroism in Vietnam. These include a Distinguished Service Cross, eight Silver Stars, nine Distinguished Flying Crosses, twenty-two Bronze Stars and thirteen Purple Hearts. In addition, one officer has been nominated for the Congressional Medal of Honor. ln these troubled times, it is necessary that all military leaders be immediately available for duty and able to perform in such a manner as to insure success of the mission with a minimum of danger for their subordinates. We are proud that our graduates have successfully met this challenge. HONOR GRADUATE .................. 2 LT. Steven R. Finch, 40th Armored Brigade CSEPJ LEADERSHIP ........ ..... 2 LT. Joseph F. Luis, 115th General Support Group ACADEMICS ......,.... .... 2 LT. Terry L. Atkinson, 40th Armored Brigade KSEPJ STUDENT RESPONSE ........... 2LT. Brian S. Harvey, 111th Armored Group Contents Staff and Cadre .... Reception ........ Washington Fort Benning Trip ......... Cadet Activities and Social Functions .... Class of '71 ........ Training Activities .... CMA Headquarters and Major Commands 10 18 22 26 34 46 thru thru thru thru thru thru 17 21 25 33 45 63 64 m --L nf' f' ,H , EV , Qi .fir wa za ' it ":: Y M, ., any .-gf 1' 5+ . -,V u -wx .d-,. Q -- nf ' .gh 'G ,, Kp ,. 21, 5 fi K if 'E 3 X ,Fw Q E3 wa I X Q gr H 5 Hg-1, 51. , gg.-vZf.1 ig , ., x . 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Operations Officer CPT William T, Mongolg, Adjutant MAJ Vincent M. Specht. l-OQiSUCS OffiCGf CPT Edward A. Bunker, Jr., Special Projects Officer fm f-4 55 , W' Y' ,n ,y I' v- F -. 7 ,ff 1 5' X uf- X, Z 'D T 4' r an Weapons Committee Members Tactio's Committee Members Administrative Staff, Senior Cadet Company LTC Donald E. Hunt, Commanding Officer, Senior Cadet Company E 4 if Wei . , gn V ,. .U X5 M., or 41 ni k5+s'sQeawE ., rw- XX rn- I we MAJ Jeremiah F. Kill, Cdmmanding Officer, lst Cadet Company Tactical Cadre, lst Cadet Company X Tactical Cadre, 2nd Cadet Company 5-pursues-is MAJ William D. Ward, Commanding Officer, 2nd Cadet Company I i - he C ai C . , 9, "Hs ,i ww'-'sf .pd ,, mfs, I., '. i'i':. ' Q MAJ Louis P. Barry, Commanding Officer, 3rd Cadet Company QDeceasedJ Tactical Cadre, 3rd Cadet Company W X--5 .M ,H-cliff' H-2 .-hs, 1 2 , M 1 This is the day that it all beginsg For ose who think it may be easyg For those who are remissg and for all cadets concerned. It is certain that not one adet would question the statement that this was their "Longest Day." ..f'4, .2 I 1-LN E' K4 V gs 7 .i KJ!" hu.. 0 if 4 .H K 1+-ffw tal ' iii Av I F A 2 , 1 F' s aasj Fl , .,,.- J' gi,-, ., 4 "iff-fn ,133 Q -N,. QT' 'Z' . . ' Q", ,w , '- . u 1 A K ' 1-F -PULQ " I 1' '."'-Wm. Q' ', fC"f"g , I, 5 -wb..-A , . 1-L1 'f- . X - 1 . - Q."'M.x 1 5 .Lf-.l tp ' Q1 V x - " - ' '- N 22 . li .-1-'Q-':.ai,-.X--14-1 One of the highlights of phase ll is the trip to Washington D.C. and the visit to the tomb of the unknown soldier. The principal speaker during a Pentagon briefing was General William C. Westmoreland. 12" is . . The mp to Fort Benmng vs another hnghlnght of phase ll. 4.5. rv. 1 an M ' Y N X www .,, xt H J' 1 vi If ,- ,J 'C-0 -14" 5 ff iq-x ,aersef Q-1,,3f?,,ms.ef 49 -assmgagm . .LW Aga ww Q, Lf Ll, W, Ma 1. 2' " f i""?if 2-5. During phase Ill as seniors the cadets articipate in the selection of Miss CMA who spends a day with the cadets. 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Mongolo FINANCE OFFICER CW2 Robert G. Borman PERSONNEL OFFICER 2LT Thomas W. Eres ADMIN. SPEC. MSG Charles O. Walker OPERATIONS OFFICER MAJ James T. Patterson ASST. OPERATIONS OFFICER CPT Alexander R. Cunningham TRAINING OFFICER WOI Leslie F. Hackley OPERATIONS SERGEANT MSG James E. Cook LOGISTICS OFFICER MAJ Vincent M. Specht SUPPLY OFFICER CPT Richard L. Grove FOOD ADVISOR CW4 Leroy H. Naylor IDeceasedJ SUPPLY SERGEANT MSG Harlan J. Harris TACTICAL STAFF AND CADRE SENIOR CADET COMPANY COMMANDING OFFICER LTC Donald E. Hunt EXECUTIVE OFFICER MAJ Irwin Ellasoff SENIOR TACTICAL OFFICER CPT Frederic D. Humes TACTICAL OFFICER ILT Charles E. Belveal TACTICAL OFFICER 1LT Joseph Ellis TACTICAL OFFICER 1LT Floyd M. Glass TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Richard P. Bess, Jr. TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Eric J. Brownson, Jr. TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Jon A. Jensen CHIEF CLERK CW4 Bob R. Cross FIRST CADET COMPANY COMMANDING OFFICER MAJ Jeremiah F. Kill EXECUTIVE OFFICER 2LT Garland R. Rhyne TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Richard E. Behning TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Robert M. Cartmell, Jr. TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Steven K. Crossland TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT George Kristof, Jr. TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Robert W. Mueller CHIEF CLERK CW4 Carl E. Lowgren, Jr. SECOND CADET COMPANY THIRD CADET COMPANY COMMANDING OFFICER MAJ Louis P. Barry Ideceas EXECUTIVE OFFICER CPT Claude P. Riddle TACTICAL OFFICER ILT Jon M. Van Dyck TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Bernard R. Gale TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Daniel L. Martin TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT John D. Noble TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Stanley J. Valenti, Jr. CHIEF CLERK CW4 Melvin R. Gullicksen COMMANDING OFFICER MAJ William D. Ward EXECUTIVE OFFICER CPT Gregory S. Allen TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Nicholas S. Andrade TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Harry E. Hutchinson TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Steven I. Lampert TACTICAL OFFICER 2LT Lee F. Saeman CHIEF CLERK CW3 Donald A. Westrup mejor commends who provided cadets HEADQUARTERS, ARMY DIVISION, CAL ARNG 40TH ARMORED BRIGADE ......................... 40TH INFANTRY BRIGADE ..... . . . 49TH INFANTRY BRIGADE ..... 76TH AVIATION GROUP ..... 111TH ARMOR GROUP.. 185TH ARMOR GROUP . 233D ENGINEER GROUP 143D ARTILLERY GROUP 175TI-I MEDICAL GROUP 115TH SUPPORT GROUP 79TH SUPPORT CENTER, REAR AREA OPERATIONS ..... .... BOTH SUPPORT CENTER, REAR AREA OPERATIONS ..... .. FIRST BATTALION, 250TH ARTILLERY ................. .... FOURTH BATTALION, 251ST ARTILLERY ............. .. 63D USAR COMMAND ...... 91ST DIVISION ITNGQ USAR ......... 351ST CIVIL AFFAIRS AREA, USAR .... .BG. Thomas R. Turnage .BG. Thomas O. Lawson .....BG. Charles H. Starr, Jr. ...BG James T. Keltner . . . . .COL. James F. Flockhart ..COL. LeRoy F. Goforth ....COL. Wilbur S. Green ..COL. Frank E. Podesta .. . .COL. Arthur H. Spring .COL. N. I. Throckmorton ...COL. Martin H. Wade .COL. Hugh W. Atkinson ..COL. Ralph O. Meister .LTO Girven F. Erickson ...LTC. Jack M. Daniels .....MG. Louis Kaufman ....MG. S. D. Menist .....BG. J. E. Whiting 3, 1 4 we if -1 Mx: 111- s :v wi , . ..,, J -xr 1, . FJ f IC 5 '55 Ex. 112' f,-fg , K . ug Eff ii.3?"' W Ea' -? 5 5, an Q .gf :gag Q. 1' ' 2221 .ig , - - ,4 .X .mx 1 3: j V mir ' '- sz, , asia. , Z N H25 -v . nf: A V' . K., ' fav ' ' ' A- HF bf , ij 2 HQ? 5 L Q. .E .5-fig' -, E W L.. T331 Q1 LZ ,5' . K 3.5. za , 5 -. L 5- ess A a , .V m. ,. lm- XEZT ' v. -. V' : fr -.., ...Q , E-1 452 5, Y qw 'fm 5. ES 21, LIL hi W. W-. W is ,K L ' A A22 , -M ref A L,,. Q - 11 iss nil? F2 411- 4 HA!!- - -wi if: H95 rw W R if QE, . . .sl 13? ' RM S Am .5 , is J . 54 um aa '24 ,' L " ...f. r 'Q Qifif efie-. ' gg.. - 1 . , 3.4. Hf,,,..q . ,.-1-.,:,,iv Y.I1.A I 'fu'-'J - Q, fx 1,. .vw "ff sr X 'ff' rv , :-U PA-H .,, A ,A fi.-f H- ,,' ..,. 'v .A-iq J, , i - 'VHA -! 1 4, ' Q


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