Fort Lewis ROTC Camp - Recall Yearbook (Fort Lewis, WA)
- Class of 1951
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CAMP LIFE . .
GENERAL TRAINING. .
INFANTRY BATTALION .
ENGINEER BATTALION . .
OUTSTANDING MARKSMEN. .
RECREATION . . .
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LIEUTENANT GENERAL ALBERT C. WEDEMEYER
On July 31st of this year, Lieutenant General Wedemeyer, Commanding General
of the Sixth Army will retire after a long and eventful career in the United States Army.
As Commanding General of the Sixth Army he was responsible for the establishment and
functioning of the 1951 Fort Lewis ROTC Camp.
In recognition of his outstanding record and his active interest in the furthering of
the ROTC Program, "THE RECALL" is respectfully dedicated.
COLONEL ERCIL D. PCRTER
The appointment of Colonel E. D. Porter, Professor of Military Science and Tac'
tics at Montana State University, as Camp Commander for the 1951 Fort Lewis ROTC
Camp was announced by General Wedemeyefs Sixth Army Headquarters early in April
of this year.
Colonel Porter, an Infantry commander with 34 years commissioned service, com'
manded the 71st Infantry Regiment of the 44th Infantry Division in the European Theatre
during World War II.
The success of the 195 1 ROTC camp was due to no smallkmeasure to the experif
enced guidance of Colonel Porter and his understanding of the particular problems of
college students suddenly transformed into soldiers for six packed weeks of field training.
During the second week of June, 195 1, activity began in preparation for the 1951
RCTC Camp at Fort Lewis, Washington. Under the leadership of Colonel E. D. Porter,
officers and nonfcoms worked hard to set the stage for the six weeks of intensive training
that were to follow.
By the end of the third week of June preparations were complete, and ROTC
students began to arrive. Some cadets reported early and were therefore awarded special
details-policing the grounds, setting up volleyball courts, etc. Some cadets reported at
the correct time. Some reported late and were "awarded" demerits for their efforts.
When the last trooper had wandered in, a total of 1169 Engineer and Infantry ROTC
cadets were safely bunked under the watchful eye of the U. S. Army. These cadets, con-
centrated in a part of Eastern Fort Lewis, had come from 32 different colleges and uni'
versities in 14 states, Hawaii, and Alaska.
During initial processing we learned how to wait in a line and to acknowledge
that we had received umteen pieces of valuable clothing and equipment for which we were
financially responsible. Newcomers to army life found that a few men can serve meals to
many cadets provided the cadets walk, eat, and leave in a hurry. We also learned how
obnoxious a shrill whistle in the hands of a first sergeant can become, especially at 5 : 15 in
After the introductions were' over, the instruction began in earnest. The most
memorable of the early instruction was PRI, otherwise known as Preliminary Rifle Inf
struction and several other distorted and unusable word combinations. The extensiveness
and thoroughness of this course so impressed the cadets that they added several verses con-
cerning PRI to the popular marching tune "Sound Off."
In our military science classes at school we had been absorbing or trying to absorb
the theoretical side of the many and varied subjects necessary for an officer's education.
Here at Fort Lewis, for the first time, we were able to learn by doing. The practical field
training made possible by the facilities of the camp supplemented our theoretical know'
ledge and enabled most of us to understand more clearly what our PMS E? T's have been
endeavoring to dun into our heads.
Weapons were given particular emphasis. We spent four days on the rifle range
firing, coaching, and pulling targets. Many of us made "expert" and won medals that we
may proudly display at military functions back home next year. We fired most of the other
infantry weapons-carbines, pistols, machine guns, mortars, etc. This was familiarization
firing and it did just that. The weapons that we had previously seen, disassembled, and
been told about came alive in our hands.
During the first half of the six weeks' camp the courses given the infantry and the
engineers were roughly parallel. However, the paths of instruction parted during the last
three weeks, with particular attention being given to the more specialized subjects applicf
able to each branch. Near the end of july the camp slowly drew to a close. With travel
pay in our pockets and varied memories of our six weeks' tour with the army in our minds,
we departed for home with gusto.
To those readers not acquainted with RCTC camp, this book should provide a
picturefstory of our six weeks' training. For those of us who attended camp, the following
pages should help us recall our life at camp.
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Camp Executive Officer
The Camp Adjutant position was filled by
Lieutenant Colonel George B Cullison He 15
the Associate P M S El? T at Montana State
University in Missoula Montana Formerly a
Major Cussison received his promotion during
the second week of summer camp.
Colonel James M. Churchill occupied the
position of R.O.T.C. Camp Executive this
summer. He handled the administrative details
of the camp for the camp commander.
During the academic year, Colonel Churchill
is the Professor of Military Science and Tactics
at the University of California in Los Angeles.
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Lt. Col. Costellog Capt. Mumford. 2nd Row: MSgt. Arthurg
SFC Andersong Sgt. Surrattg MSgt. Otis. 3rd Row: Sgt. Crehang
SFC Jewettg Sgt. Dordickg MSgt. Petersong MSgt. Danksg MSgt.
RANGE SECTION-Kneeling QL. to RJ MSgt.
Alviarg SFC Strojnyg MSgt. Gage. Standing:
MSgt. Boyerg Capt. Beaulieug Lt. Col. Ballg Maj.
TRAINING AIDS SECTION-Kneeling
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MSgt. ThompsonfBowerg MSgt. Thorarinsong MS,qt.
johnsong MSgt:. O'Neil. 2nd Row: MSgt. Hunterg
MSgt. Mortong Lt. Col. Wilsong Capt. Forsbergg Capt.
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MSgt. Gallowayg SFC Bailey. Standing: MSgt. Les'
lieg MSgt. Dowdeng Maj. Packmang Capt. Hunterg Sgt.
ATHLETIC Ei? RECREATION SECTION-Kneeling
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1000 inch Carbine range.
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Lt. Col. Richard W. Mabee bestowed high
praise on the cadets of the Infantry Battalion
when he stated that it was a privilege and an
honor to serve as Infantry Battalion Com'
mander for the 1951 ROTC Camp. The
cadets in turn were honored in having Col.
Mabee, a veteran battalion commander of the
famous 11th Airborne Division as their CO.
Col. Mabee began his army career as an en'
listed man 17 years ago, won an appointment
to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point
in 1936 and was commissioned four years later.
He is presently assigned as the PMS fi T at the
University of California at Santa Barbara, Cal.
BN. HQ STAFF-Kneeling QL. to R., MSgt. Gradyg Sgt. Rodneyg
MSgt. Warreng SFC Fowler. Standing: Capt. Barnesg Capt. Bastag
Lt. Col. Gasperinig Maj. Palmg MSgt. Morris.
Infantry Committees -
WEAPONS COMMITTEE-Sitting QL. to
RQ MSgt. Fox: MSgt. Dana: MSgt. Mescherg
MSgt. Conger. Kneeling: MSgt. Shackelfordg
Capt. Cookg WO Rogneyg Capt. Dillong MSgt.
Byrd. Standing: Capt. Phillipsg lst Lt. Ringelg
Maj. Dobrinicg Capt. Snyderg MSgt. Hansen.
TACTICS COMMITTEE-Kneeling QL. to RQ SFC Dunng Sgt.
Johnston: MSgt. Dalyg MSgt. Welnetzg SFC Purolg SFC Gardner:
MSgt. Snodgrass. 2nd Row: Capt. Ellis: Capt. Walsh: Capt. Hallg
Capt. Wood: MSgt. Bell: SFC Beckum. 5rd Row: Capt. Creighton:
Capt. Heftg Capt. Eldridge: Maj. Dadismang Capt. Moellingerg lst Lt.
GENERAL SUBfCOMMITTEF.+Sitting KL.
to R., MSgt. Bridges: SFC Storeyg SFC Talk'
ingtong MSgt. Helms: MSgt. Moore: SFC
McCoy. Kneeling. SFC Newby: Maj. John'
song Capt. Noonan: Capt. Powell: Capt.
Emery: MSgt. Baldwin. Standing: Capt.
Webb: Capt. Frazee: Capt. Hooper: Maj. Mar'
ting Maj. Lowe: MSgt. Dodd.
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COMPANY "A" STAFF-Kneeling QL. to R.J MSgt.
Sauter, H. J., Sgt. Street, H. R., MSgt. Bartolec, S., Chaudron,
D. L. Standing QL. to R.J MSgt. McCann, A. D., Capt. Had'
ley, A. C., Capt. McBride, W. C., lst Lt. Kryzanowsky, C. D.,
lst Lt. Spence, C. K.
"Baker" Company was ably led by Captain A. E. Isner
during the six weeks of camp. Captain Isner is the P.M.S.
E? T. at Brown Military Academy in San Diego during the
academic year. He was with the 65 th and the 106th Infanf
try Divisions in World War II where he received the
In the ranks of "B" Company were found a number of
good shots. They carried off the streamer given to the best
company in the battalion for marksmanship. Another dis'
tinction peculiar to the men in "B" Company was the
mustache rage that sprang up after the first few weeks.
Perhaps they were anticipating a little too strongly their
commissions as second lieutenants.
Captain W. C. McBride held the reins of "Able" Com'
pany in the infantry battalion. The Captain, after having
served in the European Theater in the 36th division and the
Far East in the 86th division, became assistant P.M.S. Ei T.
at the University of Idaho in Moscow. He was friendly and
always open to logical suggestion, thus gaining the respect
and cooperation of his men. '
Since "A" is the first letter of the alphabet, the cadets
naturally felt that they were the first in the battalion. In
essence, their assumption was correct. They became first in
the marching order first in line for K.P., first for range firing,
and first for guard duty. The local belles in the area said
they were first there too.
COMPANY "B" STAFF-Kneeling QL. to RJ MSgt. Flem
ming, C. B., SFC Fulton, A. J., MSgt. Curtis, B. E.g SFC
Robbins, L. T. Standing QL. to RJ lst Lt. Peterson, T. H.
MSgt. Baldwin, J. L., Capt. Isner, A. E., 1st Lt. Moore, R. H.
Ist Lt. Rothemund, J. J.
Captain G. E. Deane, P.M.S. Es? T. with Oakland Public
Schools in California served in the 36th Infantry Division
in the European Theater. He was assigned as company
commander of "Charlie" Company this summer. One of
his policies was to have a suggestion box installed for the
cadets to put their opinions of the methods used in their
instruction and discipline.
The men in the company felt that they were always at
the rear end of everything, and soon began to refer to them'
selves as the Ntailfendersf' "Charlie" company enjoyed the
privilege an publicity of having among their numbers almost
all the college AllfAmericans west of the Mississippi.
COMPANY "C" STAFF-Kneeling QL. to RJ MSgt. Bar
ger, A., lst Lt. Scott, S. D.g SFC Shaver, G. M. Standing QL
to RJ MSgt. Tadday, H. F., 1st Lt. Jordan, H. C., Capt
Deane, G. E.g Capt. Proctor, G., MSgt. Bailey, W. E.
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The destructiveness of the Army's new flame thrower is demonstrated by a
cadet. The students had the opportunity either to fire or witness a demon'
stration firing of most of the infantry weapons during the six weeks'
Un the ready line.
Pit duty was part ot the training.
Back to the salt mines
Quizzes came often. Draw!
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Remember that PRI.
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queeze off single rounds men ,
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Qn the double! Instructor, coach, pupil.
Rocket Launcher and Flame 'Phrower
N0 kicks here! Handle with care
Are you ready? Dry fun'
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Saturday makefup for them. Camera shy.
Modern travel. Silhouette firing
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Lieutenant Colonel Wilby was our Engineer Bat'
tallion Commander during summer camp. Upon his
shoulders rested the responsibilities of Battallion or'
ganization and the determination of the methods in
which the engineer cadets were to be instructed in
each course-plus the wellfbeing of the men them-
Colonel Wilby served as Gf4, 81st Infantry Divisf
ion during World War II. He received the Legion of
Merit award, and is now with the University of Idaho
at Moscow, Idaho.
His theory that if a program is exact in detail, it
will be good in every way, made our six weeks' train'
ing a complete success. We, the cadets, would like to
congratulate you, Colonel, on a job well done and add
that it was a pleasure to serve in your command.
BN. STAFF-Kneeling fL.to R., MSgt. Hardeman, S., MSgt.
Bailey, W. M., MSgt. Cureton, R., MSgt. Lake, D.M., SFC Barnes,
H.R. Standing QL. to RJ Capt. Maxson, J. A., Capt. Grey, D. E:
Lt. Col. Gray, J. B., Capt. Cuniffe, D. R., Capt. Dennis, D. H.
COMMITTEE No. 1-Kneeling QL. to R.J
Sgt. Sneed, C. R., SFC Duncan, A. R., MSgt.
Oliszewski, C. Standing QL. to R.J Maj. Camp'
bell, T. J., lst Lt. Gaiter, B. G., Capt. Blair,
J. D., Capt. Hughes, J. W., Capt. Gulley, R. A.
COMMITTEE No. 3-Sitting QL. to R.J
SFC Franklin, J. H., MSgt. Blecha, A. E.,
MSgt. O'Neil, H. E. Kneeling QL. to RJ SFC
Briscoe, H. R., Capt. McCarthy, lvl. J., Capt.
Elison, R. J., Capt. Armstrong, A. C. Standing
QL. to R.J Capt. Griess, T. E., Capt. Young,
S. H., Maj. Lamutt, F. R., Capt. Demchok,
COMMITTEE No. 2-Kneeling QL. to R.J
MSgt. Koebrick, D. J., MSgt. Russell, O. L.,
MSgt, Lollar, L. B. Standing QL. to R.J Capt.
Grey, D. E., Maj. Wood, V. D., Capt. Davis,
J. E., Capt. Rowen B. C., Capt. Campbell, C
COMPANY "E" STAFF-Kneeling QL. to RJ MSgt.
Scottg MSgt. Ballardg SFC Putnamg SFC Silva. Standing:
1st Lt. Greeng Capt. jonesg Capt. Fenwickg MSgt. Petersen.
Captain L. C. Baird commanded "Fox" Company,
with his hard work and likeable manner helping him
gain the confidence of his cadets. ,Captain Baird
served as a Major in the Pacific Marine Air Wings in
Hawaii during World War II. He now occupies the
position of P.M.S. fi T. of Sacramento High Schools
The merit-demerit system functioned rather active'
ly within the company with one cadet hitting the'
jackpot for '51 demerits in two consecutive days. The
system proved effective, and the company went on to
take high honors in drill and leadership in exercise of
Captain M. H. jones had the responsibilities of
commanding "Easy" Company. A veteran of the
European war, the Captain followed up his work
with the 61st Signal Battalion, and now teaches
ROTC Signal Section at Washington State College
in Pullman, Washington.
It wasn't too long after the initial indocrination
until platoon leader Scott had turned the company's
vocal talents into the "Jody Chorus." Thereafter,
they were referred to as "those ...... singers."
COMPANY "F" STAFF-Kneeling QL. to RJ SFC
Panekg MSgt. Hokensong SFC Gleason. Standing: SFC
Necag Capt. Bairdg Capt. Bernardig MSgt. Clifton.
Engineer 00. Staffs
The men in "George" Company, commanded by Captain
Richard D. Starling, were not the first to sing while march'
ing, but they followed up with a great variety in "Jody"
songs, during the latter weeks of camp. The company was
also noted for its nightowls. Lights never seemed to be out
Captain Starling served in the 983rd Heavy Artillery
Battalion in the Southwest Pacific during World War II,
and is now P.M.S. Ea? T. at Santa Barbara High School in
California. When asked his honest opinion of "G" Com'
pany, the Captain stated, "This is the best company."
COMPANY "G" STAFF-Sitting QL. to R., MSgt
Bzdekg MSgt. Douglas, MSgt. McAllister, MSgt. Thompf
son. Standing QL. to R., Capt. Young, Capt. Parkerg Capt
Starlingg Capt. Jung, Sgt. Derringer.
COMPANY "H" STAFF-Sitting QL. to R., SFC
Strojnyg MSgt. Beller, SFC Tatum. Standing CL. to R.,
Capt. Martin, Capt. Hodges, Capt. Flathers.
Long will be remembered the Saturday morning inspecf
tions given by Captain G. H. fwhite gloves, Hodges. The
demerit lists were long, but the results proved high. Captain
Hodges, a field artillery officer in the Pacific theater during
the last war, is now instructing at the University of Calif
fornia at Los Angeles.
The company was noted for its excellent drill and marks'
manship throughout the six weeks' session.
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Practical engineering training.
Lay ho! Heave!
'Pools and Rigging
24 men and a rope
'Pool and Rigging
Slice me off a pound.
Demolition and Rigging
Breakfast from 0600 to 0603
Wonder what's in there.
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Cadet engineers begin construction of a treadway bridge with the assistance of a brockway truck.
Bridge nears completion. Engineering builds muscles
Infantry foot bridge going up. Engineers test their work
Hip boots are standard equipment.
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Howard H. C, Yu
Univ. of Hawaii
High scorer Co. A
Dale E. Dobson
Iowa State College
High scorer Co. F
Edward L. Stonebreaker
Ray H. Renz
Univ. of Washington
High scorer Co. B
Phillip H. J. Schultz
South Dakota State College
High scorer Co. G
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Top marksman of the M-1 Rifle at the
1951 Fort Lewis ROTC Camp was Cadet
Edward L. Stonebreaker, from Pomona Cole
lege, Pomona, California. Stonebreaker fired
a 196 out of a possible 210, winning thegtop
place from Cadet Edgar T. Gaulke by one
point in the standing position.
Perry W. Squyres
Univ. of Colorado
High scorer Co. E
Edgar T. Gaulke
Colorado School of Mines
High scorer Engineer Battalion
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I hate photographers!
Mount Rainier Trips
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Snow was new to some.
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A good time was had by all
Sports and Iidcreation
The beaches were popular.
Up and over.
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The people were friendly
Who's got the bottle opener?
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Golf was enjoyed by many.
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"Sound Off" was the name self
ected for the 1951 R. O. T. C. -,,,,
weekly newspaper published by the
Cadets attending the Fort Lewis
Edited by Cadet Robert E. Pet'
rini, the paper featured news of the
various activities during the six
weeks' camp period. Each of the
seven R.O.T.C. companies was rep'
resented on the staff by reporters I f A
who covered the news of their inf .,
dividual units In addition, the ,....n
publication also maintained coverf
age of the other camp activities such . ,i .
as sports and recreation. Humorous QF y 1 p V W N
features and cartoons rounded out A 'P' ' 2
the newspaper. Rgbeft Petrini Thomas Scully
Editorfinachief Associate Editor
Assisting Petrini on the staff
were Thomas Scully, associate ed'
itor and reporter for "A" companyg Leonard Franco, sports editorg Richard Schenk, artist and reporter for "C" cornpanyg
Master Sergeant Frank Galloway, advisorg and Reporters Thomas Ambrose of "B" company, Charles King of "E" com'
pany, Edwin Kyle of company, joseph Lacy of "G" conipany, and James Bright of "H" company.
The paper was distributed each Friday afternoon during the camp period. Printing of "Sound Off" was handled by the
R.O.T.C. Public Information Office and Message Center.
VT C CC Tllltlllml Gompanies
,A COMPANY, lst Platoon, 1st Section: Ist Row fL. to RJ Miller, C. L., Eberly, D. HI., Sylvester, D. R., Seaver, W
R., Rust, L. W. ,Bagnall, M. L., Darling, J. E., Murphy, J. C., Engel, W. F. 2nd Row QL. to RJ Hubbard, R., Basj
sett, C. J., Rodriguez, J. A., Hanel, R. D., Hall, D. C., Ourada, M. J., Flanagan, L. B., Rathbun, R. H., Dutton, C. L.,
Hafner, M. J., Clark, R. 3rd Row QL. to RJ Bonacich, G. P., Bassett, H. M., Baird, R. E., Rickard, W. H., May'
berry, R. W., Enders, P., Crowder, P. J., Chaffin, E. C., Soulen, P. B., Turnbull, R. W., Turner, J.
A COMPANY, lst Platoon, Znd Section: lst Row QL. to RJ Harper, M. E., Vanoni, G. B., McClintock, L., Hori,
K., Clinton, J., Graham, T. B., Elliott, J. E., Korplea, W., Watanabe, S., Neithercutt, R. W., Callahan, B. L. J.,
Smith, W. 2nd Row,fL. to R.J Fox, R. A., Eyman, R., Hamilton, W. M., Leggett, R. T., Bass, T., Apuna, S. K.,
Fyshikoshi, J. H., Carter, J. C., Clinkingbeard, J. R., Gibson, W. K., Griffes, R. B., Currie, J. D. 3rd Row QL. to
R.J Martin, L. J., Colson, J. B., Johnson, H. D., Ripke, R. E., Bennett, L. M., Koenig, C. L., Rogers, R. G., Par-
mentier, S. J., Goerner, F., Rubin, H. P., Skinner, L. L., Davey, R. J.
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A COMPANY, 2nd Platoon, lst Section: lst Row fL. to R.J Badgley, J. H., Kiyota, K., Needham, D. R., Baker, H.
W., Skovlin, J., Bush, E. M., Sellin, P. R., Besecker, D. L., Robinson, H. F., Mitchell, G. W. 2nd Row QL. to R.J
Cox, A. D., Louthian, W. E., West, K. L., Chapman, R. B., Buchanan, J. B., Hill, J. C., Bunker, E. F., Thompson, K.
H., Nuttman, L. V., Irwin, R. F. 3rd Row QL. to R.J Leonard, J. R., Rauhut, M. M., Nichola, W. G., Shelton, G.
C., Elliot, R. C., Haller, J. B., Backstrom, D. H., Wetmore, E. L., Elwell, C. C., Nielson, A. E.
A COMPANY, 2nd Platoon, 2nd Section: lst Row QL. to R.J Blocker, A. S., Hayes, G. L., Jacobs, R. E., Covey
D. C., Diehl, L. C., Young, J. E., Howard, H. R., McMath, G. A., Kawamoto, A. M., Hoffman, S. A. 2nd Row QL.
to RJ Owens, E. Yu, H. H. C., Igawa, S. E., Shiramizu, H., Rickman, J. H., Avevedo, G. A., Derby, L., Steffenson
J. L., Baurnwoll, L., Robinow, L., Coons, R. N. 3rd Row QL. to R.J Curran, J. A., Kenyon, W. E., Keogh, R. B.,
Helmick, F. J., Lewis, J. L., Callihan, D. A., Vanderlinde, G. A., Harvey, J. E., Porte, R. A., Macmillan, J. D.
A COMPANY, 3rd Platoon, lst Section. 1sl.Row fl... to RJ Maule, R. W., Leverett, J. B., Kofoed, E. F., Klise, J. E.,
Hall, G. E., Nichols, C. W., Sullivan, R. K., Pratt, M. C., Lawson, C. G. 2nd Row QL. to R.J Kim, F. M. H., Rigby,
W. Carson, J. G., Mellas, N. C., Winckler, R. T., Yost, G. E., Biddle, B. D., Murphy, D. E. 3rd Row CL. to R.J
Covington, E. B., Anderson, F.. W., Hazzard, D. G., Lucas, D. G., Raymond, W. J., Tam, E. D. O., Riley, P. W.,
Rice, D. A., Hibbs, J. G.
A COMPANY, 3rd Platoon, 2nd Section: lst Row fL. to RQ Munro, R. D., Larson, D. E., Rovetti, H. D., Lee,
Gorrie, R. G., CruzfVazquez, A., Williams, J. J., Inouye, J. T., Sherlock, T. H., Sears, R. 2nd Row QL. to R.J Pitts
D. W., Sullivan, W. H., Sturrock, R. L., Nakagawa, I. H., Takatori, C. T., Cully, F. R., Keast, A. F., Mack, J F '
N., Thompson, T. C., Lanahan, W. J., Beacon, J. E., Bond, H. E., Wheeler, C. C., Meyers, J. A., Woolhiser, L. D.
Westwick, R. J., Wilcox, D. R., Jones, R. S. 3rd Row QL. to RQ Moar, T. P., Haskins, D., Edwards, G. J., Lynch, WI.
B COMPANY, lst Platoon, lst Section: lst Row CL. to RQ Gallinatti, J. B., Shattuck, W. M., Gilmartin, E. J., Chat'
ain, R. L., Reed, J. A., Bergen, J., Terjeson, R. G., Prehoda, R. W., Reardon, R. J., Deskis, A. J. 2nd Row CL. to R.J I
Furst, W. C., Call, E. D., Aldrich, M. I., Lindsay, D. B., Brome, J. L., Countryman, J. S., Rademacher, R. J., Gephart,
F. C., Hart, N. W., Quinn, P. W. 3rd Row QL. to R.J Mead, J. E., Priester, W. A., Myers, H. M., Williamson, E.
J., Jensen, V. E., Mulcahy, J. M., Mackay, C., Kyanz, D., Graves, A. A., Gilmore, J. F., McGoldrick, A.
B COMPANY, lst Platoon, 2nd Section: lst Row fL. to RJ Bell, R. J., Rothaus, W. J., Ebesugawa, L. I., Sanders,
N. L., Beaumont, R. V., Shoho, M. S., Mann, E. E., Jr., Taylor, R. C., Alencastre, M. D., Ikeda, M. 2nd Row QL. to
R.J Keen, J. L., MacKenzie, S. C., Beelman, D. C., D'Agostino, J. P., Scheuber, P. J., Dillon, W. E., Quenemoen,
R. L., Keen, T. B., Jr., Sherwood, F. H. 3rd Row fL. to RJ Bamford, C. F., Eckles, D. R., Stenbeck, J. R., Stafford,
C. D., Gryczan, E. J., Gulick, D. E., Scully, T. J., Lee, S. W., Savage, L. J., Moser, R. A.
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B CCMPANY, 2nd Platoon, lst Section: lst Row QL. to R., Bogard, K. R., Gartman, F. T., Hinckley, V. C., Smith,
G. L., Etcheto, J. J., Mattevcci, A., Reilly, J. P., Renz, R. H., Wardinsky, W. F., Battaglia, P. A. 2nd Row QL. to
R., Closson, P., Landels, W. A., Pearl, P. W., Hein, A. M., Munro, D. E., Urguhart, R. C., Borg, L. G., Stevens,
R. S., Hinkle, R. G., McMurtrie, D. A. 3rd Row QL. to R., Gilman, C. M., Whalen, B., Hardenburgh, J. M., Gerkey,
G. E., Cole, F. H., Burgess, B. B., Ralphs, J. L., Knight, R. S., Mitchell, T. A., Weirick, A. C., Van Rees, D. D.,
Kellogg, H. B. '
B COMPANY, 2nd Platoon, 2nd Section: Ist Row QL. to R., Arakawa, S., Ito, S., Nishijo, H. Y., Lust, C. W., Nic'
oll, W. A., Funai, M., Mavity, G. N., Cockrill, L. M., Storey, S. R., Tchelistcheff, D. A. 2nd Row QL. to R., Tak-
ushi, D. K., Oates, J. H., Zwicker, G. L., McConnen, R. J., Higbie, D. M., Carmichael, L. E., Burnett, D. T., Strand,
M. K., Kuster, L. D., Mowery, P. D., Bergstrom, L. R. 3rd Row QL. to R., Chinn, W. E., DePriest, R. L., Barr, R.
D., Kelly, M. V., Hull, D. M., Robbins, D. E., Allen, J. B. Hollis, R. R., Carroll, L. R., Wommack, J. E., Cole, D. D.-
Self, K. Q
B COMPANY, 3rd Platoon, lst Section: 1st Row QL. to R., Peyton, V., Cullen, J., Bowman, H. N., Ruth, C. W.,
Alexander, G., West, G. B. E., Miller, J. J., Rocca, J. V., Beauchamp, G. G., Cummings, D. W., Kimura, M. 2nd Row
QL. to R., Erickson, R. V., Woollett, J. S., Brown, W. A., Sauls, G., Davis, S. A., Johnson, S. E., Horton, E. E., Ege'
land, R. A., Long, R. S., Pepiot, M. D., Herstrom, F. W., Douglas, M. A. 3rd Row QL. to R., Jasperson, R. W.,
Hockett, V. L., Jr., Leik, R. K., Anderson, R. A., McNamara, J. A., Kuhus, J. B., Everly, J. J., Scotten, G. F., Cook,
R. C., Gatheral, R. J., Nelson, F. J. 4
B COMPANY, 3rd Platoon, 2nd Section: lst Row QL. to R., Winkel, C. G., McDowell, T. E., Graham, P J., Yamaf
moto, F. S., Hirata, T. R., Kirkwood, L. G., Harris, D. A., Humphrey, N. C., Guthrie, R. E. 2nd Row QL. to R.,
Castillo, F., Teter, D. E., Paynter, K. S., Cooper, J. S., Tiernay, W. R., Allred, D. L., Rogers, J. T., Reid, J. A.,
Pendleton, G. M. 3rd Row QL. to R., Miller, J. E., Larcombe J. R., Wayman, V. O., Wolf, J. H., Sage, J. S., Hurley,
W. E., Saxon, K. W.,' Jr., McCombs, R. P., Shields, T. M., Pitkin, P. B.
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C COMPANY, Znd Platoon, lst Section: 1stRow IL. to RQ Herron, W. H., Gray, D. C., Hughes, C. E., Johnson,
J. D., Hirose, G. S., Kam, W. Y. B., Jimenez, R. P., Gillespie, J. T., Glubrecht, R. H., Harcharik, S. J. 2nd Row QL.
to RJ Hackett, W. P., Hayes, J. W., Holzman, I. B., Jacobs, A. W., Hemmer, B., Gibbs, R. M., Gray, B. P., Hana'
walt, R. V., Iverson, F. A. 3rd Row QL. to RJ Johnson, C. E., Howell, J. L., Gilkey, G. S., Jacobson, E. L., Hosley,
E. H., Grossman, C. F., Karlson, W. H., Johnson, D. W., Hirsch, R. S., Hoffman, R. H., Hein, J.
C CCMPANY, 2nd Platoon, 2nd Section: lst Row QL. to R.J McCauley, D. P., Leter, R. E., Levy, S. I., Melson, J.
M., Mehlhoff, F. L., Lehman, D. E., Miyatake, Y., Numbers, M. D., Noland, A. E., Cliveira,.J. L., Jr., Lee, J. M. 2nd
Row QL. to RJ Larson, H. D., Mullen, C. E., Kennar, P. D., Koenig, L. R., McLaren, R. B., Kiefer, L. C., Laird,
H. A., Lahr, J. A., McCurdy, E. W. 3rd Royv fL. to RJ Kring, P. L., Miksits, J. P., Moss, M. L., Langmas, S. A.,
Lindberg, K. W., Levra, R. E., Matthies, S. L., Lothrop, J. H., LeClaire, R., Knight, R. G., Motsenbocker, W. F.
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E COMPANY, lst Platoon. lst Row QL. to RJ Butler, J. E., Card, T. J. 2nd Row QL. to RQ Anderson, H. I.,
Boothroy, D. E., Burgan, E. C., Chuber, S., Dahlberg, I. W., Aiello, A. C., Froyd, R. H., Cherok, L., Ferguson, M.
A., Grimmett, J., Clark, F. 3rd Row QL. to R.J Finegar, W. A., Christensen, H. V., Clendening, D. M., Dobrovolny,
A. D., Burch, R. L., Boyd, C. L., Eakins, C. W., Diebold, F., Adams, J., Beckley, D. J., Delimont, D. C. 4th Row
QL. to R.J Coulson, R., Adams, J,, Allen, E., Diver, C. J., Grady, R. F., Coleman, S., Cutter, J. D., Davidson, H. C.,
Clarke, F., Dempsey, E. V., Burton, G. E. Sth Row QL. to RJ Divine, L., Anciaux, W. J., Beverage, L. D., Glad, A.
D., Evans, W. O., Duer, B. G., Bayer, W. S., Bradley, W. R., Adams, H. D., Bochow, C. E., Davidson, J. M., Bauf
mann, H. U., Abele, M. B.
E COMPANY, Znd Platoon: lst Row QL. to R.J Loenshal, H. K., Hayes, W. J. 2nd Row QL. to RJ Maliner, M. M.
Heyrman, J. S., Massey, J. E., Meyer, R. J., Krumm, F. H., Laybourn, W. E., Hautala, D. E., Nelson, J., Lincoln, M. R
3rd Row QL. to R.J McCarthy, T. P., Keil, B. L., Kirk, E. M., Emerson, J. L., LaBouff, G. J., Nash, R. W., Johnson
C. B., Itaya, R., Jankowski, E. J., Long, F. M., Holbeck, H. J., Hash, G. M. 4th Row QL. to RQ Hirsch, R. L., Kvenf
volden, K. A., Jacobson, W. N., Holland, S., Mace, D. J., Lutge, H. R, Kaylor, H. C., Jenkins, C. B., Jeffrey, W. R.
Muffly, E. L., Moore, B., Mulvey, R. F. Sth Row QL. to RJ Lindquist, J. T., Hpley, R. J., Lockridge, J. P., Hansen
K. E., Miller, D. E., Labriola, F. J., King, C. G., Hoagland, B. H., Martin, J. C., Kurtak, R. L., Johnson, R. G., Gil
lette, J. E., Maguire, J. D. - 85
F COMPANY, 3rd Platoon: lst Row QL. to R.J Sharpe, C. W., Ruehle, W. H., Newman, D. J., Patterson, R. B.,
Schwartzberg, F. R., Shaw, G. W., Sayles, G. R., Owens, R. J., Williams, C., Robbins, C. 2nd Row CL. to R.J
Stocking, G. L., Sublette, R. W., Parker, E. L., Rubins, M. W., Siebels, M.-, Whitten, T. J., Weiser, G. T., Swanson,
K. E., Simmonds, R. A., Over, G. L.. Young, R. E. 3rd Row fL. to R.J Whitehurst, R. J., Roberts, D. L., Scheirf
meyer, H. J., Zachelmeyer, N. P., Reschetz, R. R., Swanson, B. D., Ruby, D. P., Phelps, R. L., Riggs, J. H., Wein-
berger, M., Tolman, W. R. 4th Row fL. to RJ Schmidt, R. A., Rowe, W. T., Poulsen, H. R., Schick, D. E., West'
lund, F. G., Thomas, D. W., Zwainz, R. E., Walton, K. D., Tagg, A. R., Squyres, P. W., Shipley, K. L., Tilman, N.,
Stites, W. D., Zinn, N. D. , -
F COMPANY, lst Platoon: lst Row QL. to R.J Cauthorn, J. E., Omi, G. M., Basye, E. R., Farr, L. W., Brown, D.
C., Hirschfeld, D. E., Barnum, G. O., Clinkenbeard, W. L., Hughes. F. T. 2nd Row QL. to R.J Dobson, D. E.,
Compton, L. J., Cox, R. G., Brown, W. R.,Lush, R. S., Altman, B. C., Anderson, M. T., Alexander, M., Burdick,
R. L., Bothe, H., Veatch, F. M., Bontadelli, J. A. 3rd Row QL. to R.J Alteneder, A. W., Galvin, J. S., Schlesing, D
B., Snell, R. J., Michel, J. D., Bublitz, K. E.,Bellis, G. B., Bruzek, S. R., Cooper, F. S., Barich, S. J., Curzon, J. E.,
Harrison, D. 4th Row QL. to R.J Dailey, E. J., Greene, G. O., Dickson, R. A., Champion, C. A., Dingman, J. C.-
Jesse, H., Cody, J. A., Brown, E. P., Delano, E. B., Bradley, R. L.
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F COMPANY, 2nd Platoon: lst Row QL. to R., Knowles, R. D., Mundt, P. A., Loeb, R. M., Hudson, D. E., Stone
R. C., Jurca, S. T., Kyle, E. S., Sherrill, R. R. 2nd Row QL. to RJ Maddocks, L. M., Lochmann, W. J., McLaughlin
R. C., Jensen, R. N., Patterson, F., Depuy, G. W., Jefferies, G. W., Geer, E. D., Moore, L. W., Madison, S. E.
Browne, J., Parker, W. S. 3rd Row QL. to RJ Fleming, K. V., Hevland, L. W., Liebetrau, W. H., Nielsen, G. K.
Kerwin, R. L., Arnaldo, E. C., Wirden, F. H., Leitz, E. E.,Manning, L. E., Little, R. C., Leaf, C. W., Merritt, J. L.
Johnson, L. W. 4th Row QL. to RJ Zedalis, J. P., Lowery, R. A., Goss, J. W., Marron, H. R., Light, R. L., Strat-
man, J. F., Kauppila, R. A., Hruz, F. M., Pohlman, R. L., Oglesby, T. H., Hayes, P. L.
F COMPANY, 3rd Platoon: lst Row QL. to RJ Olson, O. E., Weinhardt, J. W., Schlosser, R. B., Nass, M. E.-
Phillips, J. D., Nemmers, J. C., Robinson, C. T., Titus, H. A., Gray, J. E., Jenkins, R. D. 2nd Row QL. to RJ Stodf
dard, C. M., Sabitay, A. S., Pilkington, H. L., Self, E. M., Duranceau, F. J., Rodolakis, M. S., Ytzen, G. R., Zorbas,
A. J., Powell, L. E., Ryder, W. B., Campanella, F. M. 3rd Row QL. to RJ Roberts, J. G., Rider, E. F., Knox, C. R.,
Sisley, M. D., Thomon, W. H., Peterson, R. L., Stabenfeldt. G. H., Watters, L. A., Sullivan, M. J., Newton, B. G.,
Sims, E. A., Thompson, J. D. 4th Row QL. to RQ Stevenson, J. L., Vance, C. W., Steig, M. M., Tietjens, J. A., Seipel
J. R., Nash, C. P., Sise, D. HJ, Fisher, R. B., VonFumetti, C. W., Richmann, J. A., Steele, R. K. i
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G COMPANY, lst Platoon: lst Row QL. to RJ Doyle, B. D., Fairchild, R. B., Boyd, C. L., Govett, R. W., Dohse,
W. E., England, M. N., Fosha, A. A., Beasley, E. 2nd Row QL. to RJ Davison, W. E., Deyo, R. D., Gibson,,W. K.,
Bausch, E. V., Fesler, R. E., Cook, W. B., Ellington, W. B., Diekmann, E. F., Cormany, R. H., DeVaney, D. S.,
Floyd, C. 3rd Row QL. to RJ Boyle, S. E., Connors, J., Bitzer, W. T., Cohen, M., Bruck, E. K., Arduser, J., Christ'
ian, C. E., Frost, D. W., Bspey, D. L., Colthurst, E. L., Coker, G. T., Davis, E. W. 4th Row QL. to RJ Foster, W. A.,
Bowman, J., Bryant, J., Erdman, R. D., Andrews, G., Fullerton, G. S., Bloess, J. J., Anderson, C. A., Chamberlain,
R. S., Butler, H. H., Armstrong, J. T., Jr., Ault, J. S., Baumann, G. E., Botts, J. H. '
G COMPANY, 2nd Platoon: lst Row QL. to RJ McCullah, F. P., Mullins, J. A., Jones, R. A., Morel, R. C., Kelley,
J. E., Norris, W. S., Miller, C. E., Larew, R. E., Lacy, J. M. 2nd Row QL. to RJ Masson, D., Huff, J., Hackel, W. K.,
Hansen, G. B., Holmes, W. H., Lyster, W. N., Mesmer, J. F., Mechling, M. W., Green A., McDowell, C. M. 3rd
Row QL. to RJ Kent, H. C., Hanson, H. S., Hukill, W. V., Hooper, P. C., Koontz, R. D., Minor, F., Jacobs, S. M.,
Maddy, C. E., Kackman, A. H., Linn, K. O., Mitchell, T. L. 4th Row QL. to RJ Lovejoy, H. E., Holmberg, R. A.,
Hertig, J. L., Holtz, R. G., Marolf, R. G., Lassen, B. A., Norton, P. R., Milbradt, E. D., McLaren, T. M., Kellar, R.
H., Linn, K. W,, Kyler, G., Johnson, B. C., Johnson, T. E.
G COMPANY, 3rd Platoon: lst Row QL. to RJ Rucker, W. H., Jr., Steele, A. E., Shelton, E. K., Cannon, C. A.,
Tooley, J. C.,Tervooren, H. P.,Thomas, T. H. 2nd Row QL to RQ Ruehle, R. L., Techau, W. D., Stewart, R. D.,
Seibert, K. T., Williams, R. A., Rose, A., Ruppert, T. A., Waller, R. S., Reese, R. R., Turner, R. S. 3rd Row QL.
to RJ Wendlandt, R. E., Vermilion, M. R., Pratt, D. S., Schriever, B. N., Thomas, W. P., Quick, T. E., Smith, M. H.,
Petty, J. S., Wilkinson, R. J., Vienhage, R. P., Roder, H. M. 4th Row QL. to R.J Schultz, P. H., Spencer, D. W.,
Reagan, J. T., Parson, E. S., Soehlke, R., Rierson, R. D., Wolf, H. W., Strawn, W. A., Slader, W. A., Werhane, R.
L., Shumaker, W. A., Willard, R. W., Traeder, W. J., Westfall, C. H.
H COMPANY, lst Platoon: lst Row QL. to R.J Branby, D. J., Buford, J. T., Gagne, J. M., Freebersyser, G. J.,
Foster, J. T., Higgins, H. H., Best, L., Heeger, C. H., Frost, 2nd Row QL. to R.J Burgess, C. A., Brown, D. E., For'
est, R. D., Bowline, W. H., Arnold, W. S., Burnham, K. E., Bryant, B., Estes, J. C., Fishel, M. D., Henny, R. L. 3rd
Row QL. to R.J Boyd, D., Cole, D., Bleyhl, A., Cella, D. R., Briggs, J. H., Cho, A., Hansen, R. G., Chapman, D.,
Dowell, R. W., Dinzole, J. W., Clements, W. W., Hansen, P. G. 4th Row QL. to RJ Hartup, J. C., Duesenberg,
A. W., Yuhas, M. L., Cohen, P. E., Handel, J. R., Baker, R. W., Dempster, A. G., Dobratz, W. R., Chajnacki, R.,
Gaulke, E. T., Brumbaugh, L. A., Bright, J. H., Evans, E., Franklin, M. E., Curtis, R. G.
H COMPANY, 2nd Platton: lst Row QL. to R.J Laferla, P., Jensen, C. R., Koederitz, T. L., Jarnison, R. E., Iverson,
K. D., Larnpson, R. J. Krueger, C. F., Pagel, W. C., Kenehan, J. C., Meier, G. E., Mendonca, R. R. 2nd Row QL. to
RJ Levin, E. I., Kelleher, D. M., Lee, D. L., Jones, S. A., Malin, C. O., Meader, R. W., Lausen, V. H. 3rd Row QL.
to R.J Highes, C. K., Jennings, R. F., Hoag, G. L., Houts, K. E., Holland, J. P., Lehnertz, C. A., Paine, D. P., Lamb,
J. G., Lytle, R. F., Parsons, G. L. 4th Row QL. to RJ Krugier, J. T., Roach, W. D., Mutti, D. A., Ove, R. V., Mat'
tox, D. L., Mitchell, L. C., Nails, O., Macrnurrough, M. C., Koch, M. J., Ludlow, W. B., Jones, C. K., Majors, C. E.
H COMPANY, 3rd Platoon: Ist Row QL. to R.J Sanders, C., Stewart, C. G., Wheeler, E. W., Stafford, D. E., Wig-
gers, H. R. 'Znd Row QL .to R.J Peter, C. G., Perkins, R. J , Stevens, E. G., Schlichtman, A, J., Van Vliet, A. C.,
Wickey, R. D., Swonigan, H. F., Vanfossen, D. F., Worthen, R., SosafSantos, J. D. 3rd Row QL. to R.J Assuras, A.
G., Simpson, H. G., Thurston, J. P., Ravicz, A. E., Westritk. D. H., Wells, G. C., Walbrecht, M. R., Schaffer, L. D.,
Steller, M. A., Virtue, J. D., Silver, H. F. 4th Row QL. to R.J Royce, R. E., Shroyer, H. W., Wheeler, J. R., Richards,
J. W., Tarum, C. T., Richardson, O. L., Puelle, W. K., Woodward, R. I., Wharton, G. W., Satterlee, G. L. Sth Row
QL. to RJ Prouty, R. A., Sinderlar, A. A., Rotschafer, L. H., Sullivan, R. H., Woodrow, J. L., Ward, F. W., Wal'
cher, R. D., Taylor, R. H., Sedlacek, M. F., Senna, G. E., Soltoe, P. C.
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We, the cadet editorial staff, feel that certain acknowledgment is
due to those people behind the scenes without whose help the 1951
RECALL would never have become a reality.
1. The Morley Studios in Tacoma, who took all of the group
pictures in the book.
2. The Pioneer Press of Tacoma, the printers and lithographers
who published the book. '
3. The Fort Lewis Signal Personnel, who took many of the pictures
and ran processing on many others.
4. Captain Hunter, the yearbook officer, whose organizational
abilities, photographic work, and ideas formed the very nucleus
of the RECALL.
Recognition is due also to all officers, N.C.O.'s, and cadets, whose
patience and cooperation made the yearbook work more pleasant.
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