Naval Air Training - Yearbook (Memphis, TN)

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THOMPSON, XVARREN JAMES - Age 20. "Tommy" is the eternal sunshine of Mrs. Margaret Thompson of 213 47 St., Union City, N. J. He kicked over the traces at N. Y. C. on the first anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and wound up with Co. 522, Sampson. Formerly a machinist with the Chicago Puenmatic Tool Co., he is anxious to get his quota of Japs. TIBERIO, JOSEPH XVILLIAM-Age 22. A tool and die maker in the pre-fracas era, Joseph enlisted at Boston Jan. 21, 1943, and underwent indoctrination with Co. 696, Newport. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Paniflo Tiberio ol' 299 Pearl St., Malden, Mass., he hopes to snag a rate ere many moons pass, and do dirt to the Axis. TITUS, FRANCIS L.-Age 18. The erstwhile re- sponsibility of Mr. and Mrs. George Titus of 2005 Arlington St., Camden, N. J., Francis dived off the deep end at Philadelphia Nov. 27, 1942, and was ini- tiated with Co. 448, Sampson. He formerly attended vocational school, and worked as a dispenser of sodas on the side. He is sold on aviation. TRIMBOLI, JOHN J.-Age 22. John was an apprentice tool maker prior to his faux pas at N. Y. C. Feb. 1, 1943, and his incarceration at the Sampson boot bastile with Co. 470. The son of Mr. and Mrs. John Tromboli, Sr., of 258 94 St., N. Y. C., he harbors hopes of wangling assignment to the Fleet. He is strong and silent. TRIVETT, JAMES R.-Age 28. "Jim'l hails from 69 Orchard St., Bloomfield, N. J., the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Trivett. He committed the fatal error at Newark, N. Feb. 15. 1943, and suffered the consequences with Co. 156, Newport. He was a crane operator with John T. Clark, Terminal Operators, N. Y. C., in the good old days. UMEK, FRANK JAUL-Age 24. Frank hopes to remain in the Navy until he makes ACMM or possibly warrant officer. The child prodigy of Mrs. ,Frances Umek of 227 Cooper St., Brooklyn, N. Y., he joined up at N. L. C. Nov. 23, 1942, and was shipped to Sampson, where heendured basic punishment with Co. 441. He is primarily interested in mechanics. VAN AERNUM, HURLEY L.-Age 18. The white hope of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis G. Van Aerum of Route 4, Albion, N. Y., "Van" enlisted at Buffalo Dec. 12, 1942, and gobbled his first Navy grub with Co. 470, Sampson. He was previously a farmer. He hopes to continue in aviation. VAN LANDSCHOOT, R. R.4Age 20. R. R. is a contribution of Rochester, N. Y., and the offspring of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van Landschoot. He signed up at his home town in January, 1943, and took his medicine with Co. 448, Sampson. He likes aviation mechanics, and hopes to continue in this field after he is released from the Navy. VOSBIKIAN, HARRY-Age 21. f'Vossie,' did it at Philadelphia Dec. 13, 1942, and cooled in ardor with Co. 451, Sampson. A former automobile me- chanic and machinist, he likes to drag lines, preferably chow, and yearns to marry a millionairess. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melkon Vosbikian, 1913 No. Franklin St., Philly. VOSBURGH, ROBERT VINCENT-Age 20. The prodigy of Mrs. Elsie Vosburgh of 42 Rutherglen Ave., Providence, R. I., "Rovo" sacrificed his job with the General Electric Co. to enlist in the Navy at Provi- dence Jan. 27, 1943, and took his basic punishment with Co. 968, Newport. He aspires to get flight orders if possible. Second choice, ignition work. XVAGNER, CLARENCE-Age 18. "Yogie', gave up the peaceful life of a farmer to enlist in the Navy at New Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 31, 1942, and went through the mill with Co. 117, Sampson. He likes aviation, and hopes to continue in this field after the war. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wlagner of Route 2, Englishtown, N. WARIJ, JOSEPH A.-Age 18. "Red" formerly lived with his 1J2t1'CHtS, Mr. and Mrs. James Wlard, at 91 Grand Ave., Ridgefield Park, N. Previously a life guard and swimming instructor, he chucked this to join up at N. Y. C. Dec. 31, 1942, and received his initial instruction with Co. 536, Sampson. He would like to go to gunnery school. VVEAGE, FRANK-Age 18. "P. B." is the bright eyed child of Mrs. C. Wleage of 314 Ridge Road, Lyndhurst, N. J. He signed up at N. Y. C. Dec. 22, 1942, and took his primary training with Co. 453, Newport. As a civilian, he worked for the Federal Telephone Sc Radio Corp. His one and only ambi- tion is to become an aerial gunner on a PB2Y and whip Nips. XVEISBECKER, BURTON F.-Age 18. Co. 536, Sampson, trained 'fPeck,' in the quaint ways of the Navy. Before signing on the dotted line at N. Y. C. Dec. 26, 1942, he was a truck driver for a market. The son of Mr. P. H. Mleisbecker and Mrs. F. E. Meden, he formerly resided at 103 Duer St., No. Plainfield, N. He aspires to be a gunner. XVESTERLUND, STIG ERICK-Age 18. "1fVesty" hankers to see some action. He entered the Navy at Hanhattan, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1942, and underwent indoctrination with Co. 117, Sampson, N. Y. He formerly made his home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wlesterlund, at 4207 8 Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. He has a mania for taking pictures of things. NVHEELER, ROBERT - Age 20. "Spoi1er" was a fireman with the New York Central Railroad in the good old days. He was sworn in at Boston Jan. 20, 1943, and initiated with Co. 1027, Newport. The offspring of Mr. and Mrs. John XfVheeler of 81 Central Ave., Medford, Mass., he hopes to get a rate, then get out with the Fleet and see action.

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SECTION H OF CLASS M-17 4 3 , , , i ..... Y i Q . ,J FRONT ROW' flefl to rightj: J. ll. Sullivan, H. Voshikian, MIIJIJLE ROXVZ F. L. Titus, F. Bryant, H. L. Van Aernum, R. R. Van Landschoot, A. D. Whipple, Ll. J. L. Hammen, R. C. Taylert, XV. E. Taylor, J. XV. Tihcrio, E. F. Steigerwald, F. l'. Umek qSection Leaderj , M. Taticli, C. R. XVagner, F. lVeage. XV. J. Szawiela, Trimholi, Jr. BACK ROW: 'l'. R. White, R. J. Wheeler, B. F. Weisbecker, R. V. Vosburgh, A. XVard, XV. Thompson, J. R. Trivett, L. A. St. John, S. E. XVester1und. BRYANT, EDYVIN FRANCIS-Age 22. Edwin is the progeny of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Bryant of E. 2712 8 Ave., Spokane, lllash. Prior to his enlistment, he was employed as an aircraft instrument mechanic. His favorite pastime is tinkering with short wave radios. He is anxious to get a slap at the Japs, and then mosey back to lfVashington. ST. JOHN, LEO A.-Age 20. "Leo" is the prodi- gal son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver St. John, Frances- town, N. H. He made his fatal error on Jan. 27, 1943, at Manchester, N. H., and endured his boot training with Co. 447 at Newport. An ardent sports- man, he will make hunting Japs his specialty hence- forth. STEIGERNVALD, EDYVARD F. - Age 19. The offspring of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Steigerwald of 143 Prospect St., Lancaster, Pa., "Eddy" donned the Navy blue in January, 1943, at Philadelphia and launched his Navy career with Co. 968, Newport. Formerly employed at the lyliddletown Air Depot, he is eager to become a cadet. SULLIVAN, JOSEPH D.-Age 18. From 2228 No. 3 St., Philadelphia, Pa., A'Curly" is the child of Mr. and Mrs. lVi1liam Sullivan and an erstwhile knit- ter's helper. Subsequent to his error at the city of fraternal affection, he got his boot degree at the Sampson rookie college with Co. 452. He yearns to repose in the arms of Morpheus without inter- ruptlon. SZANVIELA, XVALTER JOHN-Age 19. "Walt" is the pride and joy of Mr. and Mrs. Hilary Szawiela of 2516 Pauline Ave., Schenectady, N. Y., and was formerly employed by General Electric Co. Enlist- ing Dec. 13, 1942, he survived eight weeks with Co. 447-F at Sampson. He hopes to learn to fly as well as he can toot a trumpet. He is a Yankee at heart. TATICH, MICHAEL-Age 18. "Mike" took the bit in his teeth at Albany, N. Y., in December, 1942, and was shipped to Sampson, where he was initiated with Co. 447. The son of Mr. and Mrs. lVilliam Tatich, 1609 Newell Rd., Endicott, N. Y., he toiled as a shoemaker for the Endicott Johnson Shoe Corp. in the days of his peerless youth. TAYLERT, R. C.-Age 18. The pride and joy of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Taylert of 909 No. Cayuga St., Ithaca, N. Y., "Later" enlisted at Buffalo Dec. 10, 1942, and was shipped to Sampson, where he took it in the neck with Co. 449. He attended Cornell University prior to his enlistment. He is addicted to slumbering in his free time. TAYLOR, XVILLIAM EDYVARD-Age 18. From 207 Linden St., Everett, Mass., "Bill" is the son of Mr. and Mrs. l'Vi11iam H. Taylor. He signed on at Boston Jan. 22, 1943, and took his boot degree with Co. 446. He aspires to he a Naval aviator. Formerly employed by the lVest Paint Sc Varnish Co., he has a bent for philately.



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