Naval Air Training - Yearbook (Memphis, TN)

 - Class of 1942

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SECTION E OF CLASS M-17 FRONT ROW Qleft to rightj: P. S. Mason, C. C. Medeiros, R. E. Marshall fSection Leaclery, Lt. J. L. -Ijlammen, G. K. McCumber, A. J. Mangiapane,Q4P.Af1a11zo.J, MIDDLE ROXV: D. R. Luppino, M. A. Mascia, R. A. Mills, A. Mills, G. N. Marino, F. A. Maclntire, F. WV. McCulloch, M. L. Kaebach, XV. B. Meskel. BACK ROYV: A. McKay, Jr., N. E. Lavoie, L. W. McAlpin, E. S. Malolepszy, G. A. Mergner, D. P. Lyons, J. F. Lane, F. A. Logue, B. Kuszynski. KALBACH, MARTIN L. - Age 20. "Bud" is the bright eyed son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Kalbach, 27 Overhill Road, Mfest Lawn, Pa. He flew the coop at Reading, Pa., Sept. 5, 1942, and was run through the meat grinder at the Sampson boot bastile as a charter member of Co. 537. Prior his enlistment he boned on high school subjects. His favorite hobby is flying. jg. KUSZYNSK1, JOHN BOLESLAXV - Age 19. "Cosy" did it at Boston Jan. 26, 1943, and underwent indoctrination with Co. 446, at Newport, R. I. ln civilian life he was employed by the 'Winslow Bros. lk Smith Co. He has a penchant for baseball, hockey and football. The son of Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Kus- zynski of 1242 Mfashington St., Norwood, Mass., he aims to make a good mech. LANE, JOSEPH FREDERICK - Age 25. Co. 448, Sampson boot training station, educated "Joe" for a successful hitch in the Navy. Before signing up at Erie, Dec. 11, 1942, he was employed by the General Electric Moulder Co. His hobby is sports, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Lane, 1903 Prospect Ave., Erie, Pa. To get a long drawn- out leave is his ambition. LAVOIE, NORMAN E. - Age 20. fore- most ambition is to get rated. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Donat Lavoie, 51 Grand St., Hartford, Conn., he signed on the dotted line at New Haven Jan. 26, 1943, and took his medicine with Co. 452 at New- port, R. 1. Prior his enlistment, he was employed by the Pratt Sc Mlhitney Aircraft Corp. He is a model plane fiend. LOGUE, FRANCIS A. - A marine electrician in the good old days, "Zoot', cliucked this to enlist in the Navy at Boston Jan. 26, 1943, then shipped to Newport, R. I., where he was indoctrinated as an inmate of Co. 454. Zoot is more or less interested in women fmostly morej. He pines for Massachu- setts. He is altruistic. LUPPINO, DOMINIC R. - Age 19. To join a squadron as an aerial gunner is A'Doc's" foremost ambition. The offsorinq of Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Lup- pino, Penn Yan, N. Y.. he dived off the deep end at Buffalo Dec. 10. 1942, and wound up in boots with Co. 450, Sampson, N. Y. In civilian life a high school stude, he spent his free time hunting, fishing, skating, etc. LYONS, DONALD PHILLIP - Age 17. The pride and joy of Mr. and Mrs. John Lyons of 108 Diencan Ave., Jersey City, N. J., "D, P." slipped at N. Y. C. in December, 1942, and was railroaded to Sampson for orientation with Co. 536. Previously employed by the Mlestern Electric Co., he spends his unproductive hours insulting MVAVES.

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SCUTTLE-BUTT OF "D" GOLDSMITH QSwingshiIt Kidj - Him and Hook make a two man crack drill team. GRAVES fAssistantj -f'No, you can't carry the books, I'm taking them back: llve got special liberty." GREGORY QHandsomej -He is the "one sub pend- ing." GRIFFIN QDraggerj -"Hey, fellows, how does my hair look, do you think I can get out the gate? HAGAN QHorriblej-"Let's get on the ball fellows. I don't like to turn anyone in." QCrunchj. HARTMAN Qflhowhoundj -The biggest griper and chow dragger in M-I7-D. HARWARD QSiekbayj-"Look, Carl, I gotta go to sick bay, this rash is killing mef, HENDERSON QKid Ryej -"Aw, I'm not sleeping, l'm just concentrating. By the way, has anyone ever heard of Rve, N. Y." 1 . HELFER fSp0ilerj-'KI didn't strip that thread, it must have been Hook!" HESTON QHankj -The whiz of Section D, but Hub- bard doesn't think so. HILDEBRANDT fMajor Hooplej-Don't ever get him started, you just can,t stop him. HOLDSVVORTH QTeXj -"No, I don't come from the West, and I never rode a horse." HOOKOYVSKY QRussianj -They never. taught him how to march in boot camp. N HUBBARD flekej --His greatestyambition in life is someday to own a skunk farm. HUGHES, T. E. Qlfrogj -just ask him about the liberty in Memphis. HUGHES, YV. R. QScottyj -A'X'Vhatls wrong with the Army? I think kitls O.K." INFERRERA QEnsignj-"Don't you worry, fellows, llll be up there some day." JONES QHalfastj-W7hile he was with us he did a bang up job on f'How to put a plane together backwards." KASS fGafferj -God's gift to the VVAVES. Oh, how he loves them! KACZOR QPolakj -"I'Vhy doesnlt someone learn how to pronounce my name? It really isn't very hard." KERLEY QDukej-"Hey, Ed, will you lay off. I'm getting tired of this cheap Q ----- Q KLEMICK QChuekj -"Say, did I ever show you boys a picture of my girl friend? HOOP QGoldbrickj -He knows more ways to get out of workg in fact, that's all he does. NIMTZ Qlnstructorj -"My greatest ambition is to become instructor on this base? ZMITROVICZ fOne of the Jones Boysj -A'W7hatl Do you mean to say that we're on duty tonight tooll' . , , I X V-- '?I"' ' -. I x ...Piggy - I N + X ve, , 'pl'-'11 WAN 3 NX XX , , " - 1--- - . v im - i A I l ff Xxx -,E 4 f X ,b 1, x x, NX L 1 I, 2- f, f ' .rex .N N 'XXX V lf Y :X-:Y ,,f N YN zfx if T V lx llx, lH -3 ill t W? I ' 2 - 'iii " l a E , -A .rg-Q . ,... a..- X P - . , y e i q y if 1 ni rffanc iq nifilnk I

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MacINTlRE, FRANCIS A. - Age 19. The erst- while responsibility of Mrs. Helen Brieham, 7 Maple Ave., Foxboro, Mass., "XVebfoot" kicked over the traces at Boston jan. 12, 1943, and wound up with Co. 562 at the Newport, R. I., boot training center. In the good old days he wasted his time building gas model airplanes. He wants an airplane. MALOLEPSZY, EDXVARD - Age 20. "Stretch" is the wayward brat of Mr. and Mrs. Hlilliam Malol- epszy of 35 Roycroft Drive, Rochester, N. Y. For- merly employed by the Eastman Kodak Co., he shifted to the offensive at Buffalo Dec. 10, 1942. then shipped to the Sampson training establishment for the ordeal with Co. 449. He gets a kick out of bas- ketball and baseball. MANGIAPANE, ANTHONY -1. -- Age 20. Co. 445, Newport R. I.. trained "Mange" for the ups and downs of Navy life. Before signing up at New Haven, Conn., in Ianuary, 1943, he made his home at 41 Summer St., X'Vaterburv. Prior to his enlistment he was employed as a machinist, and amused himself at amateur photography. His ambition is to photo- graph the Navy shelling Japan. MANZO, CONO PETER - Age 21. "Sonny,' is a former resident of N. Y. C. He made his com- mitment at the big city Feb. 1, 1943. and subsequently went to Sampson where he took his initial instructions with Co. 470. He is the son of Mr. Carmine Manzo of 203 Mott St., N. Y. C. In civilian life he was employed as a foreman by the Thomas Trucking Co. He's a sports fan. MARINO, GERARD NUNZIO - Age 18. The eternal sunshine of Mrs. Mary Marino of 297 So. 6 St., Newark, N. "jerry" signed away his liberty at N. Y. C. Dec. 31, 1942, and wound up at Sampson, N. Y., where he bunked with Co. He was once employed by Underwood fb Elliott Fisher. -Ierry is determined to become a pilot. He'd like to give her a whirl at Floyd Bennett Field. MARSHALL, ROBERT EARLE-Age 18. "Bob" is the progeny of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Marshall, Ellsworth, Maine. He exchanged his reat pleats from the blue at Portland Jan. 28, 1943, and learned the tricks of the naval trade at Newport, R. I. with Co. 447. A has-been employee of the U. S. Army En- gineers, Bob is determined to make chief or bust. fLet 'er poplj MASCIA. MICHAEL ANGELO-Age 20. "Mick'I is the direct descendant of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mas- cia of 335 E. 148 St., Bronx, N. Y. C. He joined the Navy at N. Y. C. Feb. 1, 1943, and took it like a lit- tle man at Sampson with Co. 470. Employed at the Brooklyn Navv Yard in civilian life, he spent his unproductive hours at bowling and stickball. He hones for a leave. MASON, PAUL S. - Age 18. From Newport, Vt., Paul is sonny to Mrs. Hazel G. Mason. He en- listed in the Navy at Springfield Alan. 25, 1943, chuck- ing a job as a cone automatic machine operator, and trained with Co. f'lf'14 at Newport. He gets a kick out of fishing for fish in the brook. He is very en- thusiastic about the Navy, very enthusiastic indeed. MCALPIN, LESTER X'V.4AgC 18. Formerly an optical lens grinder, "Mick" has a yen to play pro- fessional baseball after the brawl is over. He is the rough and ready child of Mrs. Louise E. McAlpin of 2505 So. Colorado St., Philadelphia, Pa., and he enlisted at his home town in December, 1942, then matriculated at Sampson for indoctrination with Co. 451. Baseball is his dish. McCUMBER, GORDON K.-Age 20. The erst- while responsibility of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCum- ber of Troy, N. Y., "Mac" blew that fuse at his home village in December, 1942, and underwent repair at Sampson where he was taught the Navy ABC's with Co. 447. In more tranquil times he was em- ployed by the Simmons Machine Tool Co., and spent his leisure hours shooting pool. McCULLOCH, FRANK XV. - Age 18. "Mc- Gooch" did it at Boston Alan. 20, 1943, and suffered the consequences with Co. 1029 at the Newport boot training center. The offspring of Mr. and Mrs. F. 147. McCulloch of I8 Bowker St., Brookline, Mass., he passes his days figuring out the easiest way to do nothing. His foremost ambition is to become a gunner. McKAY, ARTHUR JOSEPH AIR.-Age 19. "Art" enlisted at Boston, Mass., Jan. 17, 1943, and was ini- tiated with Co. 969, Newport, R. I. In more tranquil times, he was employed as a machine operator at the Foxboro Co. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur McKay of 17 Summit Ave., Mansfield, Mass. Baseball and swimming are his diversions. He wants to be a big shot. MEDEIROS, CELESTINO CAVACO - Age 19. "Celey" gave up his job at a U. S. Naval Torpedo Station to enlist in the Navy at Fall River, Mass., in january, 1943, and was shipped to Newport for indoctrination with Co. 451. The offspring of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Medeiros of 255 Fountain St., Fall River, Mass., he aspires to become a mechanical en- gineer or school teacher. MERGNER, GEORGE ALBERT - Age 18. "Lefty" hails from 1845 Lurting Ave., Bronx, N. Y., the pride and joy of Mr. and Mrs. John Mergner. He enlisted at N. Y. C. Dec. 17, 1942, and went through boots with Co. 535, Sampson, N. Y. Prior to his enlistment he was a high school stude, and spent his spare time at swimming and basketball. His ambition is to be a sailor. MESKEL, IVILLIAM BERNARD - Age 18. "Bill" did it at N. Y. C. Dec. 31, 1942, and knew the horrors of boot training at Sampson with Co. 535. The offspring of Mr. and Mrs. George Meskel of 124- 05 97 Ave., Richmond Hill, N. Y., he formerly was employed as clerk for the General Printing Ink Corp., and his one and only ambition is to become a chief.

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