Naval Air Training - Yearbook (Memphis, TN)

 - Class of 1949

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K .. x Xiv. 3 N:- xg .41 Mk wx. fm Wy X The Sta 9 NATTII MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE HEAIIIIUAHTEHS NAVAL AIR TECH IIIAI. TRAINING lhe atomic bomb and the supersonic jet have not changed the theory behind General Nathan fl. Forrest's cogent observation on how to win wars: "Get Thar Fustest with the Mostest. During the Civil War, that meant plenty of horses and forced marches. Today, it means a lot of things-among them-Naval Air Technical Training. Although the .general public knows little about the vital postwar operations of Naval Air Technical Training, the growth of this inner cog of Naval Aviation from a conglomerate maze of shops, classrooms, and laboratories into "the Enlisted's Man's Annapolis" has been phenomenal. Born under the stress of war, the Naval Air Technical Training Command supplied the Combat fleets with more than 360,000 trained aviation technicians, devoted to aircraft upkeep and repair, thus, contributing much to the development of the aircraft carrier and the task force. Equally valiant and equally unsung are the maintenance crews trained by the Command for their peacetime mission-to keep the planes and the carriers of the Navy ready for any emergency. The peacetime flying Navy, exploiting the scientific potentialities of research in all phases of air technical problems, has directed its program to the progress of aeronautical science, both for the furtherance of its own military stature and for the benefit of the land it was created to protect. Early in World War II it was discovered-in the headlines-in the reorganization of the Naval High Command to emphasize Navy Air-in the victorious defeat of the Japanese in the Pacific-that pilots wearing Navy wings had ended an epoch in Naval warfare by taking to the air in an ofensive drive against the enemy. And for every plane and every pilot, ten to 20 technicians were needed. Skilled crewmen were needed to man new equip- ment used in the instruction of the Navy's new Naval Air Arm. Service schools were set-up to teach aircraft Maintenance subjects of the most fundamental kind. These schools were small and incapable of coping with the vastly stepped-up Naval Air program. On 11 September 1942, the Naval Air Technical Training Command was established to train officers and men in technical aviation duties-to produce trained personnel in quan- tities and qualities as required by the Navy Department. A modern system of training-the set-up of know-how-was quickly inaugurated. The "learn while doing" program advised by the top-flight faculty called for the furnishing of practical basic instruction to new recruits, while fleet-experienced technicians, veterans of actual service at sea, were supplied with refresher training and advanced schooling. Business and industry contributed their knowledge along with specialists of many sorts, developing scientifc training techniques that set new patterns for vocational education everywhere. The basic idea was to completely familiarize aviation personnel with all equipment which could be expected to be used during service in the Fleets. This could best be accomplished through formalized, shore-base instruction, supervised and directed by specially trained personnel. Today Naval Air Technical Training exists only to provide the fleets with trained tech- nicians. Training aviation specialists and keeping them skilled in their services-whether they be active or ready reserve personnel-is the function of Naval Air Technical Training in the postwar era. The training methods designed and so successfully promulgated in accomplishing the magnificent wartime success of Naval Air Technical Training have remained to become the best vocational education of its type available in the period of peacetime preparedness. From Memphis, Tennessee, NATTC, the Chief of Naval Air Technical Training, Rear Admiral H. M. Martin directs a closely integrated structure of aviation technical training which extends from coast to coast. The leading character in the story of Naval Air Technical Training is the Naval Air Technical Training Center at Memphis-the starting point of a never ending program in aviation technical training. H. M. MARTIN Rear Aclmnral Chief of Naval Air Technical Training ij, NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER MEMPHIS I5, TENNESSEE I V E I ! I 1 l 1 October 1949 ' To the personnel of the Naval Air Technical Training Center: A Technical training is one of i i' ftheutools with which we mold,,lour the :'I vveaporiff it has lii 'shown itself to F., be inftheiiiavcid illi fitestlv i'ci' off The Tirr 'finesyt planes and equipmentfiare in- , effective'unlessl.fmannegdibyfproperly trained men. I I 5 It The schools of the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, I provide this training. Those who attend these schools today will to- I TQ morrow be the backbone of fil our,mo,derniAir Navy. Those who teach in 1 d these schools or provide administrative support for them, are making T an invaluable contribution to the efficiency of our Naval Air Arm. :I lo l I It is to all of you--Students, Instructors, and Ship' s Company be I ' ci you Officers, Sailors or Waves--that this book is dedicated. May the 1 2 pictures on these pages serve as a reminder of your stay at the Naval , H v- Air Technical Training Center, and may that memory be a satisfying I oneg the memory of an important task well done. b CI W. S. Curmin am Captain, U. S. Navy + I Commanding Officer 1 Cl K The Commanding ffiaer WINFIELD SCOTT CUNNINGHAM Capfain Commanding NATTC Capfain. Cunningham, born in Roclcbridge, Wisconsin, February I6, I900, was appoinfed fo fhe U. S. Naval Academy from his nafive sfafe in I9I6. Graduafed and commissioned Ensign in June I9I9, wifh fhe Class of I920, he progressed in grade unfil his promofion fo Capfain, Augusf 20, I945, fo rank from June I0, I942. Affer graduafion in I9I9, Capfain Cunningham was assigned fo 'rhe naval fransporf MARTHA WASHINGTON. Subsequenfly fransferred fo dufy wifh fhe European and Asiafic Fleefs, he had dufy in fhe Near Easf, and fhe Philippine Islands. Affer his refurn fo fhe Unifed Sfafes, he ioined fhe USS MILWAUKEE prior fo her commissioning on June 20, I923, and served on her unfil ordered fo fhe Naval Air Sfafion, Pensa- cola, Fla., for fIigh+ I-raining. Designafed Naval Aviafor Sepfember II, I925, he rejoined 'rhe MILWAUKEE in Ocfober of fhaf year, and frans- ferred fo fhe aviafion unif of fhe baffleship OKLAHOMA in March I926. In I927, Capfain Cunningham ioined 'Ihe USS LANGLEY, serving as ship's officer on fhaf aircraff carrier unfil June I928. The fwo suc- ceeding years he was on dufy af fhe Naval Air Sfafion, Pearl Harbor, T. H. During his nexf four of sea dufy he served wifh fhe aviafion unif of fhe baffleship CALIFORNIA. From June I933 unfil July I935 he was execufive officer of Training Squadron 8D5 af 'I'he Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, and fhe following year was execufive officer of Fighfing Squadron 2, based on fhe aircraff carrier LEXINGTON, In No- vember I936 he was assigned du'I'y in charge of assembling and fraining a fighfer squadron of fhe USS YORKTOWN, and from April I937 unfil June I938 commanded Fighfing Squadron 7, Iafer redesignafed Fighfing Squadron 5, based on fhaf aircraff carrier. The 'Iwo succeeding years he was in charge of fhe Naval Reserve Aviafion Base, OaIcland,California. In May I940, Capf. Cunningham ioined fhe USS WRIGHT, serving as her navigafor unfil November I94I. He reporfed for dufy, on Novem- ber 28, as Officer in Charge, All Naval Acfivifies, Walce Island. For his defense of Walce in December I94I he was awarded fhe Navy Cross wifh fhe following cifafion: NAVY CROSS "For disfinguished and heroic conducf in fhe line of his profession in fhe defense of Walce Island, December 7 fo 22, l94I." Following fhe capfure of Walre Island by fhe Japanese on December 23, I94I, Capf. Cunningham was a prisoner of war of fhe Japanese. On Augusf 23, I945, he was confacfed by an Army Emergency Liaison Team from fhe Peiping Area in China, affer escaping fwice and be- ing refalcen by fhe Japanese. He was subsequenfly refurned fo fhe Unifed Sfafes by air fransporfafion, and received orders under dafe of Sepfember I0, I945, cancelling fhe unexecufed porfion of his orders of Ocfober 3l, I94l-fo dufy as Commander, Naval Air Sfafion, John- Sfon Island-defaching him from all dufies and ordering him fo fhe Nafional Naval Medical Cenfer, Befhesda, Maryland, for a physical checlrup. Capf. Cunningham reporfed for femporary dufy in fhe Bureau of Naval Personnel, Navy Depf., Washingfon, D. C., in November I945, and on May 3, I946, he was ordered fo dufy as Commanding Officer of fhe USS CURTISS, AV 4. Defached from fhaf command in July, I947, he was ordered fo dufy in command of fhe Naval Air Technical Training Cenfer, Memphis, Tenn. In addifion fo fhe Navy Cross, Capf. Cunningham has fhe WWI Vicfory Medal, P.V.C., Exp. Medal wifh silver "W," and is enfifled fo fhe American Defense Service Medal, fhe Asiafic-Pacific Area Campaign, American Area, China Service, Occupafion, and fhe World War II Vicfory Medals. Capf. Cunningham's official address, and fhaf of his wife, fhe former Louise Dadey of Oakland, California, is Annapolis, -Maryland. a r Q 5 "' A ' 14 mini tration Q xx X In X N 9170, XoT fs Xl U 7 Q - f A f 5 4 x A 4 G. P. KOCH 'Commander Executive Officer T. M. ADAMS C. R. DODDS Commander Commander Superintendeni' Electronics Training Direcfor of Training A. G. NEAL M. S. WHITENER Lieufenanf Commander Lieufenanf Commander Superinfendenf Mainfenance Training Assisfanf fo Executive Officer A. M. SHAUB Ensign Public lnformafion Officer P,--annul!!! c,,'v .ill by G. H. N. LUSSIER Lieutenant Adminisfrafive Officer A The C'ente MPHIS IIUMES UI' BE 'kikf 'kip 'A' 'A"E'A' if .qllllllla 5 2 PP Will Somefhing has happened aP Memphis! The greaP air base and Pechnical Praining cenPer of Phe "Prairie Navy"-like Phe old gray mare of song and sPory-iusP "ain'P whaP iP used Po be." To be PriPely accurafe, somefhing has been added Po Phe vasP Naval Air SPaPion along Phe Mississippi. lP's a far cry from Phe sprawling offspring of Naval Aviafion- spawned when B-25 became somefhing more Phan an aparPmenP ad- dress-Po Phe vasP Memphis gianP PhaP has come of age. Memphis has come a long way, buf Phe span of Pime has been brief. In less Phan seven years, Phe Brobdingnagian aviaPion mainfenance Praining planP of Phe Navy has sprouPed, grown, and blossomed, Pransforming Phe brown corduroy of plowed fields where men and mules made coPPon inPo Phe world's greaPesP Pechnical Praining insPiPuPion. lP was mid-I942-while Phe explosions aP Pearl Harbor yeP rever- berafed-when Phe rhyPhmic kePPledrums of warPime hammers began, Phe firsP buildings were reared on Phe flaP plains reaching back from Phe Mississippi River. Memphis was sPill a-building when Phe firsP classes of AviaPion MachinisP's MaPes, Ordnancemen, and Radiomen were graduaPed. Pearl-gray barracks, long messhalls, and inspecPion buildings-designed in keeping wiPh grim, marfial expediency and barren of leisurely decoraPion-grew on Phrough Phe auPumn of '42 and winPer of '43, When Phe Pides of spring seP Phe cyprus swamps whispering along Phe swelling mid-SouPh bayous, Phe arid newness 'Naval Air Technical Training Cenfer, Naval Air SPaPion, and Naval Hospifal. was gone. Grass grew beside new-laid sPreePs Po replace Phe red, raw mud of consPrucPion, The hundreds of whiPe haPs sfreaming Phrough Phe gaPes from Phe odds and ends of civilian life saw a brand new insPiPuPion of learning operaPing efficienfly as any ivy- covered college wiPh a hundred-year head sParP. New as iP was, Memphis was already acquiring a characfer of iPs own-a characfer reflecPed in Phe men iP sPriped of Phin, civilian skin and Purned ouP as aviaPion Pechnical experPs. Faced wiPh Phe urgency of Phe Pimes and Phe magniPude of Phe iob ahead, graduafes desfined for Phe seven world-wide Fleefs lefP Memphis filled wiPh a sense of responsibilify and imbued wiPh Phe Pradifional Navy excellence of per- formance. The growPh of Memphis kepP pace wiPh Phe inexorable advance of Phe fighfing Navy on iPs way back Po Corregidor by way of Tokyo. Ever greaPer numbers of men received Praining in Phe PradiPions, salPy iargon, and Pechnical funcfions of Phe mainfenance branch of Naval AviaPion. lnPense was Phe word for Memphis' educafional principles and Pechniques, and iP is inordinaPely proud of producing a lion's share of nearly a half million Pechnicians creaPed by Naval Air Tech- nical Training during Phe war years. ROUGH SAILING Because of iPs ouPsPanding warPime record, iPs cenPral locafion, and Phe complex equipmenf and incomparable Praining machinery iP evolved in supplying PwenPy Pechnicians for every Navy plane alofP, Memphis was slaPed Po remain in commission when Phe war ended. 2 five red, Sffeaming ii: saw a s any ivy- :'er ol ils Mian skin we urgency rg cleslinecl Q sense ol me of per- ,Jvance ol of Tokyo. gm, sally i ol Nml Principles ,9 3 li0ll'5 Air Tech- zfioni and ,anim " hm alolil var 'Med' Buf when fhe lasf enemy had sfacked his arms, Memphis ran head-on info frouble. Four shorf years ago Memphis, like fhe resf of fhe Navy and all fhe armed forces, began wrifhing in fhe foils of demobilizafion. The peace was won, and everyone wanfed fo go home. Men who had played a role in ending fhe shoofing were inferesfed nof a whif in seffling fhe fhing on paper-freafies were for diplomafs wifh brief cases. For men in uniform-men sfafioned in Memphis as well as fhose all over fhe world-fomorrow meanf iobs and picking up where fhey had leff off. They were fed up fo fhe back feefh and fhey wanfed fo go home-by sea--by air-by "magic carpef"-any way af all as long as if was home. Buf-when separafions and discharges frickled fhrough like sfeaks in warfime bufcher shops, fhe sweef necfar of vicfory soured info a dark brown fasfe. Morale sank lower fhan fhe boffom of fhe Soufh Pacific and plumbed even darker depfhs when fhe decision fo make Memphis a permanenf base reached fhose aboard and 'lhose assigned fhere for dufy. The Navy gripe-vine flourished like fhe proverbial bayfree and fempers grew iaded wifh disconfenf. ln fhe fall of l945, -Memphis, enfangled in fhe slow skein of con- version from war fo peace, was essenfially a barracks-base. For fhose married officers and enlisfed men defailed fhere, if was a place of soiourn wifhouf habifafion-fhe ends of fhe earfh wifhouf so much as a peg on which fo hang a haf. The Air Base lay iusf beyond fhe coffon-counfry-Safurday-nighf ham- lef of Millingfon where family facilifies were al' a premium. The cify of Memphis, a mefropolis of 364,000 inhabifanfs, was approximafely fwenfy miles disfanf, and equally barren of housing. True fo hospifable fradifions, fhe civilian populace in areas surrounding fhe Tri-Sfafions moved over and made whaf room fhey could, buf such quarfers were for fhe mosf parf pififully inadequafe and quife beyond fhe reach of mosf service billfolds. This sfafe of affairs leff buf fwo avenues of acfion for personnel assigned fo Memphis-send families home fo relafives or friends, or crowd 'logefher in such shelfers as could be found. ln fhe spring of I946, fwo houses sfood in solifary splendor on fha Naval Air Technical Training Cenfer-one fhe Capfain's residence, fhe ofher for fhe Execufive Officer. The Naval Hospifal boasfed a verifable cify of fhree houses, while fwo governmenf dwellings and several converfed farmhouses consfifufed residenfial facilifies af fha Naval Air Sfafion. A handful of officers and enlisled men wifh dependenfs were forfunafe in capfuring frailers af a camp iusf oufside fhe base. They were lucky-unless one fook info accounf fhe uffer lack of sanifafion facilifies and a garbage difch infesfed wifh rafs. Ofhers coagulafed in miserable liffle nuclei in an abandoned Army Air Base housing proiecf fiffy miles disfanf af Halls, Tennessee. They were lucky, foo- Navy personnel paid fiffy cenfs a day for fransporfafion fo and from fhe base in a bus which leff Halls af 4:30 in fhe morning and refurned fhem fo fheir firesides af seven or lafer each nighf. ll' was a greaf life, and while if was unmilifary fo weaken, few were Adminisfraiion Building ' sufficienfly sfrong fo desire exfended dufy aI' Memphis or fo en- courage even a self-admiffed "esprif de corps." Thai' was fhe picfure of housing af Memphis fhree years ago. Thai' was how fhings sfood before whaf is foday a magnificenf naval es- fablishmenf began ifs growing pains. And fhereby hangs fhis fale. MEMPHIS BEGINS TO ROLL The greafer porfion of fhe base af Memphis has always been aIIoI"I'ed fo fhe Naval Air Technical Training Cenfer which, in I946, was buf a uni'I' of 'I'he far-flung Naval Air Technical Training Com- mand, When if was decided fo move fhe Command headquarfers from Pensacola 'I'o fhe mid-confinenfal Iocafion a'I' Memphis, careful and long-range plans were ploffed well in advance fo Ioosen fhe fighf housing sifuafion and 'Io make of fhe Tri-Sfafions a pleasanf and pleasing shore-dufy billef. Memphis really began fo grow in Sepfember, I946, when an ap- propriafe reveille for a Naval New Deal was sounded. Then if was fhaf ground was broken for an on-sfafion housing proiecf consisfing of 50 unifs for officers and I32 for enlisfed personnel. When fhe firsi' ship's company families sfaged house-warmings in fhe spring of I947-in new dwellings as comforfable as old habifs-a noficeable upsurge of morale became apparenf. Somefhing was happening af Memphis! Buf when fhe greafer plans for Memphis became more fangible fhan scu'H'Iebu'H'--when all hands saw for fhemselves fhaf sfeamshovels and bulldozers were carving coffonfields near fhe base info sfreefs and home sifes, shoulders began fo sfraighfen and heads fo perk up. Then. when fhe music of hammer and saw rang ouf over Ol' Man River's counfryside, if is noi' af all inconceivable fhaf mail from Memphis fo all poinfs of fhe land picked up enormously in volume and 'Ienor-bearing fhe glad fidings fhaf real houses and solid homes, as endemically American as flapiacks and maple syrup, had come af Iasf. One by one, 'Ihe fhorny crop of problems refarding Memphis from becoming a greafer, happier, and more efficienf naval sfafion were being plowed under. Because of iis cenfral Iocafion as a fraining sfafion, fhe maior elemenfs of fhe Naval Air Technical Training Command were con- solidafed in Memphis. As a resulf, 'I'he Tennessee acfivify immediafely sfepped info 'I'he role as fhe greafesf insfifufion of ifs kind in fhe world. Seemingly overnighf, fhe vasf, sprawling base became, Iiferally, fhe "EnIisfed Man's Annapolis of fhe Air"-fhe "campus" where 2I fechnical schools and courses furn ouf fhe arfisans and craffsmen of Naval Aviafion. Then if was fhaf fhe frain of evenfs sei in mofion really moved inelucfably ahead. The real gains in fhe growfh of Memphis were mosf apparenf in off-sfafion housing. Consfrucfion work was begun in Millingfon early in I948. Less fhan a mile from fhe Training Cenfer enfrance, sfreefs were esfablished and sewers laid in former coffon fields. One hundred and fhirfy-'rhree single family and duplex dwellings sprang up before Sepfember, and work was sfarfed on eighf fwelve-family aparfmenfs which are occupied af fhis wrifing. The golden sfars fhaf lived-in houses wear by nighf now shine in spangled profusion. For more fhan a year, pick-and-shovel crews and carpenfers and masons have moved sfeadily from one complefed housing proiecf fo anofher, wifh surveyors planfing sfakes keeping one iump ahead. H' worked! The plans already accomplished have opened a relief valve, and proiecfs planned promise an even brighfer fufure, While af presenf fhere are days and somefimes weeks when 'Ihe Technical Training Cenfer seems fo be sfraining af ifs seams, fhe sifuafion has seldom re- verfed fo an acufe sfage. "An ear fo 'I'he ground and an eye fo fhe fufure" assures fhai' fhe Memphis Navy has, once and for all, Ieff fhe dark days of I945 far behind. The crucial housing si'I'ua'I'ion has been licked and is rapidly be- coming Iiquidafed. A HAPPY SHIP While all fhese improvemenfs have been franspiring all abouf 'Ihe base, fhings inside fhe fence have nof been neglecfed. In preparing for fhe posfwar fraining of Naval Aviafion personnel, 'Ihe swords of war were figurafively beafen info plowshares and pruning hooks- for a vasf program of face-Iiffing was underfaken simulfaneously wifh fhe raising of ridge-poles, Hundreds of frees marched down fhe Tri-Sfafion sfreefs arm in arm. Vasf reaches of Iawn were sodded and sown. Shrubbery sprang up as il BY V P .I plus! wer! I' A m ovary S is bah oasIIO. pleaslf The I on Ile families We and Ion and vol Golf diggers slaied' On Ihree e A n viii m hams Imsiil Piwshi Tri-SIAI A n Pfvvid iadiii PM bf +I. Wind My Th W o 'HH IN 4 5 W1 'IN I 'N 1 Mietlialely ind in lie re, lilerally, ' when II 'efhrnen ol ily moved rpparenl in pgfon early ace, :heels he liunflred 4 up before .Parhnenls hi lived-in anim and I proieci lv ,lead ,,l,,, and if Presenl I Training ,Seldom re- n' f' ll' bf ,Ill lelf ,.,iaIv bf' I .W the ring . :gs 0, . wb' Ml' 'll wi' raw" Cify of Memphis slcyline if by magic abouf all buildings. Nafive flowers flashed in flamboyanf profusion all abouf fhe sfafions. New roads were carved and old ways were made sfraighf and resurfaced. A man assigned fo Memphis foday can fruly enioy shore dufy in every sense of fhe phrase. He is assured fhaf every available sinew is being benf fo noi' only granf him fhe inherenf righf fo his own casfle, buf fhal' all possible recreafion facilifies are available for his pleasure. The lafesf Hollywood releases are presenfed nighfly af five fheafres on fhe fhree sfafions for fhe enferfainmenf of all personnel and fheir families. Dances, fo fhe fempo of "name" bands, are frequenf affairs. Bowling and billiards are provided for "befwixf and befween" afhlefes, and for fhose more acfively inclined, ample courfs for fennis. handball, and volleyball are af hand. Golf devofees may worlc ouf on a splendid driving range, and divof diggers are pleased wifh fhe news fhal' a nine-holf golf course is slafed for spring opening. One of fhe world's largesf indoor swimming pools is among fhe fhree available fo acquafic afhlefes. A recenf innovafion was fhe dedicafion of an afhlefic field equipped wifh modern lighfing for nighf sporf confesfs, Games wifh rival Navy feams and civilian colleges provide fhe 'Memphis "Hellcafs" wifh in- feresfing baseball, foofball, and baslrefball schedules, and fhe cham- pionship frophy for prowess in wresfling is currenfly on display under Tri-Sfafion glass. A modern school building, sfaffed by well qualified feachers, is provided for fhe educafion of Navy small fry, and ample recreafional facilifies are given fop fof priorify. The finesf in playground and picnic areas and equipmenf is furnished, and a nursery is mainfained for fhe children of worlring or shopping mofhers. The lafesf boolrs and periodicals are available for all in a modern, professionally-manned library. The lafchsfring on fhe Hobby Shop is ouf fo young and old, probably one of fhe reasons why fhis added affracfion has a loffy "Hooper Rafing" among fhe sfafion's recreafional cenfers. Here everyfhing from fly-fying fo phofography and from woodworking fo leafhercraff is offered all hands. Maferials, fools, equipmenf, and experf insfruc- 'lion and supervision are af hand for any hobby lmown fo spare fime, and lhe Shop has a complefe and up-fo-fhe-minufe library where limifless informafion on allphases of pracfically every craff is available. Recenfly consfrucfed is a complefe aufomobile repair and uplreep garage where fools and power equipmenf are supplied car owners for weelc-end finlcering or more serious overhaul. Qualified super- visors are available fo suggesf and insfrucf, fhus enabling one fo diagnose his car ailmenf and malre his own repairs under compefenf guidance. The enfrance fo fhe lasf word in super-marlrefs is beneafh fhe "Com- missary Sfore" sign. Here fhe Navy wife enioys fhe mosf modern shopping conveniences wifh service and savings equal fo fhaf of her civilian counferparf. For fhose desirous of a mefropolifan excursion, a regular schedule is mainfainecl befween Millingfon and Memphis wifh modern, com- forfable buses. The main line of fhe Illinois Cenfral Railroad, plying befween New Orleans and Chicago, lisfs Millingfon as a sfafion sfop. The fradifionally hospifable cify of Memphis has opened ifs doors, and ifs hearf fo ifs Navy. The cynical and cold afmosphere and affi- fude of foo numerous old-line Navy cifies is fofally missing in fhe whole-hearfed cordialify Memphis accords fhe personnel and families of ifs greaf Naval Air Base. Somefhing has happened af Memphis! ln one-syllable eloquence, if's a new and differenf Navy Base geared fo fhe needs of fhe modern Navy which regards fhe welfare of ifs men and women as vifally essenfial fo efficienf operafion. 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I If E ' siliesevi-GE +-STORE' I TRAINING DEPT LIBRARY CHAPEL ,nm in XM, N.- E....I. .X , Aff!! If 7 5 ,fo A 'ff I . , ,.,, ... .,.,, V07 K - M wwwymx--1: sm .v I -W E - I l Q f W 4 ff W-My I X f I NATTC children learn "reading. 'rilin. 'riihme+ic" in ihis well-qualified Base school X X e A L l X l .X Q K I 5:-SN. i - XXL . X f X I' ' ' f'5fXl3.Xf1s,sXx+4 ' XX , , I This resideniial sireel is enhanced by ihese aliraciive Officers' homes. Indispensable io NATTC personnel IS ihe Commissary Slore Dispensary "A" and fhe Denial Clinic are 'iypical of ihe 'Fine medical alfenhon available fo all hands P , 555' X . fi XX gig' X uf 2941s ' X , Xie 201' i -Z aw- : ., f fesgie- fo' , ,XM .X , -xx pw X ,, Q - ,QZN A ' .ye 'QQ' s ' as Xsri'-Qwf Q1 V . M '11 - ,xc X f fu, f -Q vs, .. .wh ' K e Q . , , , X , -...,..,,,w, .. ,, X, 4m , N a 5. ws W, f ,g-TXQX. 1 ,Cfzggf V. we-ef-9-WM. :Qwfg2Q,325,. 1 V ,g,:54wv, ,A . fm: C' X f '- ' X X ' a r' 2 rf' X A X' X S ll l r L? gil ikfaiifliil ' ff asf... 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I 7,10 ,9n.JPeCti0n fr 4 LA fl Ni ' inf WL I1 NATTC PERSONNEL HAVE THE GREATEST RESPECT FOR "INSPECTION" REALIZING THAT I If THROUGH THIS' MEDIUM THEY EXPRESS THEIR HIGH REGARD FOR MILITARY DISCIPLINE I ' Thorough and regular inspeciions assure 'rhe preseniarion of B a smari' and snappy organizarion on parade in Memphis. New WAVES quariers receive inspeciion by Admiral Mariin 4 my 4. ' 4 COMMANDER KOCH Executive Officer X' .Q 'fi ' X ,fx ."A, Huff . .fi - - X -X , V af, wx A . A ,ww CAPTAIN CUNNINGHAM Commanding Officer IN The iceA COM MANDER ADAMS Elecfronics Division COMMANDER DODDS Dlrecfor of Training LlEU'i:ENANT COMMANDER NEAL Maintenance Division LIEUTENANT COMMANDER WHITENER MR WAITE Execufive Assistant Educational Consulfanf KN W, -X.-WTNNKN Q if X X x X --f-N-Mwrwwirx . 4. , - fm. . 'mi W-W-wN.W..,,, LIEUTENANT LUSSIER A MR. RAMSEY Administrative Officer Educational Consultant NG ENSIGN K. J. HINMAN Wave Division Officer ENSIGN SHAUB Public Information Officer ssf's'. TECHNICAL THRESHOLD The only Class P aviafion school currenfly in operalion, fhis School is 'lhe lrindergarfen of Naval Air Technical Training-fha lowesf sfep of ifs five levels of educafion. The Airman School is fhe preliminary, or preparafory, course of insfrucfion for all fufure aviafion fechnical rafingsg fhe foundafion of all enlisfed careers in Naval Aviafion. Here, fhe newcomer is provided wifh fhe background necessary for 'Thorough comprehensive developmenf. The aviafion recruif is furnished an insighi' info fhe organizafion of fhe Flying Navy. He becomes familiar wifh fhe rudimenfs of aviafion seamanship, and is infroduced fo fhe basic slzills of every aviafion rafing. He receives fhe primary principles of survival equipmenf, passes specified swimming fesfs, and, mosf imporfanf of all, is given a correlafed series of screening and rafe- selecfion examinafions and inferviews. Naval Air Technical Training spends fhe firsf eighf weelrg of ifs previous fraining fime in schooling fhe novice Airmen in Navy fradifions, odd iargon, and fechnical funcfions in order fo ascending emphasis. Before an airman sfeps from fhis Class P school info fhe basic, or Class A, course of his fufure aviafion specialfy, he musf spend many a long hour on fhe rudimenfs of mafhemafics, layouf, physics, fheory of flighf, engines, aerology, gunnery, fhe dif-dif- dabs of fundamenfal elecfronics, and a generous dose of fhe ufili- 1afion of hand fools. The Airman School fashions him info fhe rough frameworlr of a seagoing aerial sailor. He says "lcnoclr off fhe chaffer" when he means shuf up, "shove off" when he means leave, calls ihe floor "fha declr," fells you fo "bear a hand" insfead of hurry up, and describes fhings as "squared away" when fhey are in order. From 5:00 a.m. reveille fo l0:00 p.m. faps, he fakes orders and gets IHH9 fhanlzs. He learns nof fo resenf fhe perempfory nafure ofucom- mands, and comes fo see fhaf seeming brusqueness and milifary efficiency go fogefher. As he sheds fhe lasf layer of civilian slrin af fhe Airman School, fhe newcomer fo Naval Aviafion finds his exisfence preffy com- forfable, There are fennis courfs, swimming pools, a golf driving range, and numerous ofher recreafional facilifies. Oufside his hard-driven hours he has no responsibilifies, and his pay provideS adequafe funds for brief periods "ashore"-Safurday nighfs and Sundays. Milifary formalifies are sfringenfly sfressed, buf are reduced 'fo minimums. Confacfs are cordial and courfeous in lceeping Wllh modern Navy policies. The fhermosfafs confrolling fhis afmosphere are officers, enlisfed insfrucfors, and supervisors, painsfalcingly selecfed from Fleef-experienced personnel, who are charged wif.h fhe vifal responsibilify for running These raw ingofs fhrough fhIS firsl "heaf" of fhe crucible of craffsmen. The grades compiled by each frainee during fhe Airman Sch.00l course of insfrucfion are carefully sfudied and weighed 69a'nSi Qualificafion Sheefs which lisf fhe minimum sfandards required for enfry info each rafing. This analysis is fhen compared wifh 'lhe fplll' preferences fhe man himself has expressed af four specified POIUT5 during fhe course. If preferencee, apfifude and abilify iibe, H16 airman is senf fo 'lhaf Class A school of his choice. Ofherwise, he is assigned fo fhe second or even fhe fhird specialfy he has selecfed. The Airman School poinfs wifh pride fo fhe facf fhaf 75 per Cfni of ifs graduafes receive insfrucfion in fhe schools of their fII'Sl choice. ' C I' I i ll i ll , of com- ,5 mIlif6fY ul Schofl' co . fha? mae. ns M53 we AME :awww .aas+f5"?'Y .rw 1322 Ma sw' M Q2 nw 'Fi in-4 Paw 255, f ui' i ...-P""M m . 4. -fi ' K H Y! ,. X My 1 ,,vM"""'W W. E. SHAFER, Lcdr. U.S.N. HANDLING AIRCRAFT Airman School Training Officer K. W. GUSTAFSON Lf. USN Assf. Training Officer METAL SHOP 5 , x 5 J. L. BUHLER Lf. fig, USN Sfudenf Division Officer HAND TOOLS mf ,fs F i N N A i N AEROLOGY 4 Q nm' ' ' J. J. SMITH Lf. fig! USN Admlnisfrafion and Ship's Company ' Division Officer if Learning 'rhe lechnique of securing land planes-in classroom-on ihe line :we it X f f ' Qm!! f, ,f fri 1, , f f V, ,fy ff f 'WC' 4, f w w ,' ,X , f , .J ' f ff wwf ,fm f f f ,Q 4 f f 1 f .N,,,.,:,..,,, i V kv s f, 5 N A . ,M .yffzilul fist: Av U v. 4 ., L ys, .M 'wg as X , ,of Aircraf+ beaching moclc-up-inslrucfors rely on fhe adage. "Seeing Physics Class-s+uden+s gel' an inside piclure of The mechanism is believing." and full explanalion of how if worlrs Class demons'lra+ion Smoking period Aviv' 'X Sr arsw' Y Ki K g . Wheel Chockmg OPPOSITE PAGE I Solderm In Shop if 2 ON l l 9 2 Explaining propellor ln+rlcacles 3 Flrefighl Ing 4 Pholography lab l5 Phase supervisor of parachuie rigger's raie shop cen'rer wifh ln- s+ruc+ors discussing new lesson guide lbl Para- chu+e class l7l Survival Phase Class l8l Hand fool shop Ji I l9l How lo save lives-Survival The proper way fo handle aircrafi Phase 'lrainees gel 'firsl'-hand informafion lI0l Ma'l'h class llll Visual aids planning lI2l Physics Class lI3l Sl'uden+s making coniacf prinfs lI4l Hand 'lool work bench ll5l Airman School frainees gel- acquainred wiih fhe link frainer. Be ow Reading from lelf fo righfg fire figh+ing iechniqueg rraining devices: aviaiion machinis+'s rare shop: parachufe riggersg 'lraining de- 5 R f. lla . . 5 . 1 B2 Q 2 Q 'E c e L l lb Q. Q N f,, A www: K , if I-f' 'WW ff,, f 5451 4 W, f 5 m f i ff A Q 7 L ,, w Q ' , p,, f M1 ,X if A3 QNMQX' .yn 1 It . ,xg fb, ., 17' 3Ii,gg .,A. ' ff K , A k f-N. 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Q A -egglm, .. . 5 X,.,xwvLw,v',b Q - I 1 Relaxing af line phase Adminisfrafive office selecfing draffs 'For AE-A graduafes ' Til-Jwm X4 .mm-4... f , . ' 'V - 4 A- -- 'QTKCT '-5514:Vai.-vs--K5:"2,,w-,.e f.,:...,Q ., f - 'Mm , 2 , ' -ffyqv. ,wwe ex ev AWE-, ,--,gn-.4 cw X . h by '- I x 'a.,.,- , -'--- I - wg .. il 'Q .,, - " H 1 - Y 6 3 5 9 5 Q x ? Sm' 2 1 ,,f, 4 4' QW!! e N 4 Q x X e r f vw-- CHELEC HODGE Phase Officer AE A me Maunfenance i, 5,,55fg,. or A ir Mainfenance a ncl maferial office 'k Ampliclyne fheory if J. W. McDONALD, EM I J. K. HOLLANDER, AE I Phase Supervisors ir Magnero shop 'Ir G. HALL, EMC Phase Officer AE HA.. ir Reeves +esf sia nd Genera+or shop ir Technical library AE "A" School ir lgnifion moclr-up f.-..- .0 m"e7"'ng. 9 Q av a 3 t W in-a 'V if me 6' .-...Q villas-bmi' ,Q 1 av bam. M 4 'fiwmwfu 1:4 In IVV E. 3' I., , A 'JM 1 1 mm fr 1 'ffvamyw fwmmmffa Z, px 4 MZ' If I N , ,,f51f!,f , f, W, My ff ' Hmmf' ' , W X 'Q M f X, , 1 . -.. ..'5mzmmw...M..,.-4.A,...,,, . ' 1 'V' W W, M, ' , W . . m,,,,4,,,2z-WVW ummm- lr 'fir , , CMV! H. I-if - I twwmww ww AMW' N ""'---...,., XX x:-Xqxwg g X QQKQN Q 4 XS Qs- wi gif Xgsvwxaxw as Qi X T51 - 'x sf' 1 s Cufaway model of ihe au'I'oma'fic ra+er nv-an Operaiion and mainfenance of movie Circuii' fracing fhe wire recorders proiec+ors TRADEVMAN. TD's are ihe Special Training Device exper'rs of Naval Aviafion. A+ 'rhe TD School a+ Memphis, I6 weeks in leng+h, fuiure Tradevmen are raughl 'ro opera're and mainfain such irainers as cabinel' projecfion 'rrainers, au'roma+ic rafers, moforized secfionalized guns, wire recorders, and mechanical, elecrrical, and simple elecfronic devices. ,ffl ,,,. ii'ii V ' pf 1 Elecfromcs lnsfruchon proceeds wufh and of an oscillascope Theory of flighf l-ab work in basic eleCl"'iCliY Chief Dunlap and Hiemsira, N. W. in +he mainfenance shop X .awww-wwe gf: r 5 si A hp 5. 5 V f fa ' xg WWA :2 ucdlfff??c?'Qlfifwif fs V .,.. .1 W A A N ii , gk , A Q A i All Wu--ww' "7 5 , ,, , - i Gunnery pracfice in fhe 3-A-2 Operafing 'lhe gunnery defleclion irainer n 1 m my i' Selecled personnel in Tradevman School s'rudy 'ihe underlying principles governing rhe operarion of 'rraining devices, prevenfalive mainfenance, 'lrouble shoofing, adiusfmenr, repair and u'riliza+ion of rhese devices. Threading +he 3-A-2 dual proiecfor frainer M sl p r rr r 5 W ,M ' 1- Q 5 c Q f Q is i i M AG, 1 4 2,5 59 fgf f sf ff' B 2 i i ? is r 'hu Trainees 'fry fheir slcill wifh gunnery deflecrion 'l'rainer Time our for coffee M,,,,.,,, wc., .64-sf Wire recorder ins+ruc'rion "CROWE" demonsfrafion holds rap+ aHeni'ion of lhese sfudenrs 151 .NX ' af 'Y .,, i K 1 N TV: A. 3 f .,,, if .1 , M f'-' '- 4 X, --4 ! i E 5 A ll 4 f I fc ,, ,, 11 h 'H 'S w SM I' QV? f fmwwmv ' 5 .N Q X 1 W X x x X xx A A XRS X Q x. ,gxxgx . ivfxil 55 Q Ag. wx NMMA X-A lx x XX 'XE' x Av H s" 41--. 5' QWWAMW 4 .J ,.. 5: V:-1+ , ..' , :M ' A f ff .1 x, ,, ,, ,X f" xy ' f , 1 3 v 4 ,fy 1 'QS 4 7 ,. f ,W , 5- , ,ks-Q 1 9' A f ' if Q J W ,,,. 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I A . . , I f , , , -has af ' gif ' ,L "" - S .Y ,"!,'fQ.f,m5 1 1 1- . .1 4- -- -ff. f, ml. f , M9551 f-rl ,f-', ,. , "'5'5ff .fs Q1 , . ffl ' fwwf :H fxfzffi .4 . 'vs-..:2:if' V .A-"V:-fye,-,I ,f ,552 2 Q, j 'yy , . . ' f ff f wyfv 164 4w3fMsg,,,,efj.g .1 4.1,- ,., ,-.., ,.-. 7 lx. ,,,,. , ,,. ,. ,Q 1 4 4M f f WW .f I f if ff f I 5 x is 2 Q f 5 li W A 4 X A if X' ' as A X , s 4 ff fx f Z jf ff ff 6... I if , Q 4, , if .. 7 15 'W , f Q Wig Q 9 r X, X' v jf 4f ff J X f 4' of f ff? Z fr! X B' If 7 K X if f ., W wg? W 5 X f X .. 0 ws Y' f .f Z' 3 f f M jf, .ff ,Af I X QM f 'fs 5. f f Q 'Envy ' ,iw af fx. fs X X gi f 'ik' f Q ' "' 4 A 'sf ff P 21 ' "" f I JOHN W. BEEBE ELBERT H. ARNDT THOMAS J. BURNAM BOYD M. PHELPS Maior . Capfain Captain Capiain -I Commanding Marine Avnalion Supply Officer Executive Officer Adiulanf Detachment FIRST ROW: HUFF, Alonzo G., MfSgf. JOHNSON, Emil D., M!Sgl. PUCKETT, Wilburn C., TlSgf. 51' TODD, Charles E., SfSgf. JOHNSON, Perry M., Sgf. NEWTON, John T., Sgf. POLLARD, Homer H., Sgl. SCHANK, Joseph E., Sgf. Cl SECOND ROW: SMITH, Roberl N., Sgf. MCGUIRE, William E., Cpl. MILLER, William G., Cpl. PIETRUSZKIEWICZ, Waller J., Cpl. THURSTON, James M., Cpl. BARNES, Robed J., PFC KISLUS, John E., PFC Fl!- , , D I-E cr: rn I I Z F' l 6. fx af., I MILTON T. INGRAM LT Training Officer AT-AL I "A" School I -I .I A. C. McLEAN, JR. JOHN S. MOORE L. F. NIGBOR OLIVER L. BROWNLEE, JR. E. M. COLE U h .LT LT LT LTJG LTJG Fllghf Liaison Officer Phase Officer AT-AL Training Officer AT Elecfronics Flighf Phase Phase Officer AT "B" School 'A School "B" School Assisfanf Flighf Liaison Officer I CHARLES A. PATSCHKE HASKELL NOYES FIELD' DUDLEY W. GAOUETTE JOHN H. KLOMPARENS HAROLD E. McLAUGHLlN LTJG CHRELE ' CHRELE CHRELE RELE Phase Officer AT-AL Phase Officer AT-AL Assisfanf Phase Officer AT Phase Officer AT-AL Assisfanf Phase Officer "A" School "A" School "B" School "A" School AT-AL "A" School T"I""i D. C. BASS ATC Air-AT. 4 I SHIP'5 EUMPAN FIRST ROW: ATKINSON, Chesney B., ATC BARTHOLDI, A. J., ATC BICLEY, A. F., ATC CAUTI-TEN, Kenneth P., ATC CLICK, Harold B., ATC COCHRAN, Jesse E., ATCA SECOND ROW: COLLEY, Wayne C., ALC DYGERT, Robert L., ATCA FOMBY, Henry M., ATC GARNER, Hilma W., ATC HALCOMB, Ernest, ATC HILPERT, Hamlet, ATC LOCHER, J. R., ATC MULLENS, Robert W., ATC THIRD ROW: MUSGRAVE, R. F., ATC NEVILLE, Edwin G., ATC PADGETT, Claude R., ATC PILKINTON, G. A., ATC REED, Joe W., ATC ROBINSON, Richard C., ATC SCOTT, Samuel E., ALC SMITH, Robert F., ATC FOU RTH ROW: WINDHAM, M. E., ATC YATES, Walton E., ATC YOUNG, Jackson B., ATC ALLS, Clarence R., ATI BAKER, Jack W., AT3 BERKERY, E. A., ATI BICKEL, Robert M., AT2 BIERLY, James R., AT2 FIFTH ROW: BLACK, R. J., AT2 BLICK, E. C., AT2 BLOOMSTRAND, W. D., PNSN BOOZER, Robert F., AT3 BOYSTER, Arnold E., AT2 BROOKMAN, Harry P., AT2 BRYAN, Walter H., ATI BUSACKER, R. H., AT2 SIXTH ROW: CARROLL, Robert D., ATI CHASTAIN Claud R. AT2 CLEMONS Mitch W A C CK R. D. 2 CO E L. C. ATI COLLENE Robert W. AT COOGAN Francis C., AT2 COX Ralph L. AT2 SEVENTH ROW: CRANE V'rgil P. ATI CRESWELL R. A. AT2 CROSMAN Donald A AT2 CROTEAU Paul AT2 DAVIS George S AT3 DAVIS Gerald D ATI DICKERSON William C ATI DILLE Robert H AT3 EIGHTH ROW DONNELLY John J AT2 DORAN John R AT2 DRISKELL Robert E ATI ECKEL James R Jr A ELLIS Willie C AT3 FAAS Daniel P AL2 FLEMING B B ATI NINTH ROW FRASER Richard AT3 GILLIS Edward G AT3 GOBBLE William K ATI GOLDEN James E ATI GRANTHAM Frank H AT2 GREENWAY Ray D ALI GREGORIO Daniel S AT2 GRIFFITHS Fred J AT2 TENTH ROW GUERIN Alvin R AT2 HALL Frank ATI HALVORSON Ervin J ATI HAMMOND Carl W ATI HANLEY Walter R AT2 mo' zum -WZ I Q ima . IH, ' Q A - D . 5,1 ,. S it m ..,,....1 wf , K, , C..- i S 1 Y I 9? If SW KV TW" .-AQ' K 35 f Q - . . . N 4' ' A wil Y .QNX 47' ,px " as 'SN qi H Q . +6 wx K, , K in Q. T dj- I - ' . X ai? , ix! i , - g - .. 9 ' T Xxer .. z:lZ5 ' 'G '2.f."f-.: HEEL.-. A A 25 - ' '51 :4:'::.-. 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I I I -M, 4. n if 4 , I I .s I x 'K ,st -x 1 as L i si fi of I I I I I AT-AI. UD SIIHIIUI. FIRST ROW: HARBER, Glen, AT3 HARDY, Vernon H., ATI HEALY, James B., AT2 HOOVER, John S., AT2 HUGHES, Roberf S., ATI IACOMETTI, Louis, ATI IMMEL, Roberf L., AT2 ISTOOK, ErnesI', AT2 SECOND ROW: JOHNSON, Alberf T., AT2 JOHNSTON, Rober'r A., AT3 JURKOWSKI, Joseph A., AT3 KANE, William H., ATI KEITH, William J., ATI KING, Hoooff s., ATI LEWIS, Roberf P., AT2 LIPFORD, william L., ATI THIRD ROW: LOCKWOOD, Roberl' K., AT2' MARTIN, Carl M., AT3 MAYFIELD, AlberT L., AT2 MCDONALD, Deward D., AT2 McGUlRE, Alan S., AT2 McLOCKLlN, Francis C., ALI MCPHERSON, Willard W., AT2 MCWATERS, Marlyn J., AT2 FOURTH ROW: MEDLIN, Hober'r, SA MILLER, Joseph L., AT3 MINEAR, J. P., ATI MINOR, James W., AT2 MOTTER, Mercurio, ATI NEERGAARD, Richard W., AT3 NOBLIT, Charles L., ATI OLSON, Richard C., ATI FIFTH ROW: ORR, Joseph J., AT2 PARKS, Roger S., AL3 PATRICK, William W., ATI PIERCE, Leon L., AT2 POINTER, Sam P., AT2 ' POWELL, Roberf V., AT2 PROCTOR, J. L., ATI ROBERTS, John R., AT3 SIXTH ROW: ROBINSON, John W., AT2 RUBART, Donald L., ATI RUSSELL, William R., AT3 SAUSE, Roberf J., AT2 SCHROETER, William D., AT2 SEAY, Roy C., ATI SELTERS, W. A., ATI SHANNON, James L., AT2 SEVENTH ROW: SHEETS, Roberl' D., AT2 SMALL, James P., AT3 SNOW, Richard M., ATI SOTO, David, SA SPRY, Roberl' A., AT2 STIMMEL, Glen M., AT2 STRUVE, Herberf P., ATI SUORSA, Paul J., AT2 EIGHTH ROW: TAGGART, George H., AT3 TALMADGE, James T., ATI TANNER, John M., ALI THOMPSON, Donald L., AT2 THOMSON, Thomas L., AT3 TOPPEN, John C., ATI TROWBRIDGE, Parvin A., ATI TUREK, Roberf K., ALI NINTH ROW: UNDERHILL, S. M., AL3 VAUGHAN, George, AT2 WALKER, Weldon M., ATE WALLACE, William T., ATI WATKINS, Johnny R., AT2 WEBB, Rober'r E., AT2 WEHNER, George D., AT2 WEIDLER, Rudolph C., AT3 TENTH ROW: WEISSER, Daniel R., AT2 WELLS, Louis, AT2 WHITFORD, Roberf W., AT2 WILLIAMS, Cecil H., AT3 WOOD, Joseph R., ATI WRIGHT, Virgil O., AT3 YOUNG, AugusT C., Jr., ATI ZIRWAS, Norman L., ATI ELEVENTH ROW: Marine Defachmeni' ADDINGTON, William P., M!SgT. IRVAN, E. F., MfSgT. MURPHY, R. L., Mfsgl. STRAND, S. E., MfSgT. BARBER, M. D., T!Sgl'. STEPHAN, Roberf S., T!SgI'. STIDGER, Howe A., T!Sgl'. SPENCER, Ralph E., Sgf. AVIATIIJ EL15l:TH1l:lA ' TECH 1l:AL SIIHIIIJL ELEIITHII I IIS I-I FIRST ROW: ABOLT, W. R., AN ABREAHAM, Arlhur R., AN ADAM, Eugene C., AN ADAMSON, A. W. ADCOCK, Hal G., AN AHLSTROM, Kennelh T., AN ALBRECHT, George M., AL3 SECOND ROW: ALDRED, Donald K., AN ALDRICH, Freddie P., AN ALKIO, Kennefh L., AA ALLEN, Paul D., AA ALLISON, Richard B., AA ALLRED, Gordon K., AA ALLRED, Keilh J., AA ALMOUIST, Ouenfin J., AN THIRD ROW: ALSPAUGH, James B., AA ALSTON, Thomas H., AA AMMONS, Everelf W., AN ANDERSON, Arlen D., AA ANDERSON, Emmiff E., AN ANDERSON, Gilberf G., AA ANDERSON, Glenn W., AA ANDERSON, John S., AA FOU RTH ROW: ANDERSON, Richard L., AA ANSLEY, Hugh c., AA ARCHER, Allon M., AN ARNOLD, Donald J., AN ARTEMENKO, Roberl G., AA ASAY, Donald R., AN AsHBRool4, Donald w., AA ASHER, Joseph L., AA FIFTH ROW: ASHLEY, Charles E., AN ASMUS, Maynard N., AN ATKINSON, Roberf J., AA AUGER, Leland E., AN AULT, Roberl' D., AA BABIAK, John, AN BACHER, James L., AN BADAGLIACCA, Andrew F., AN SIXTH ROW: BAILEY, Alan E., AN BAIRD, Charles R., AN BAKER, Clyde E., AN BAKER, Percy H., SA BALDWIN, Allen A., AN BALMER, William D., AN BANGERT, Delberl L., AN BANUSIEWICZ, John R., AA SEVENTH ROW: BARBER, Willis V., AN BARD, William G., AN BARKER, William D., AA BARNES, Lemuel G., AA BARROSSE, Jerrold P., AA BARRS, Donald B., AA BARTELS, Kurl F., AA BARTZ, Donald P., AN EIGHTH ROW: BARTLETT, R. 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P., AN BISHOP, Roberl' Q., AA THIRD ROW: BISHOP, William C., AN BLACK, Kennard P., AN BLACKARD, Malcolm V., AA BLACKWELL, Roberl A., AN BLOCKER, Henry L., AN BOCKENSTEDT, Arvin H., AN BOLL, Harry J., AN BONDURANT, Kennelh D., AA FOURTH ROW: BONNSTETTER, James E., AN BONFILIO, Francis F., AA BOOTH, Klas A., AA BORELL, Thomas A., AN BOSTICK, Aullon L., AA BOURGUIGNON, Louis C., AA BOURIL, John G., AA BOWERS, Donald E., AA FIFTH ROW: BRACKEN, Marlin L., AA BRACKETT, Allan C., AA BRADLEY, Roberl' W., AN BRANDT, Arlhur C., AN BRAYTON, Edward R., AA BRENNAN, John J., AN BRESSI, Anlhony P., AA BRISSEY, Bobby E., AA SIXTH ROW: BRITT, James E., AN BROCK, Clara M., AN BROST, Roberl H., AN BROWER, William D., AN BROWN, Ernesl L., AN BROWN, George C., AN BROWN, Larry E., AA BROWN, Lawrence O., Jr., AN SEVENTH ROW: BROWN, Leo G., AN BUCKELEW, William H., AN BUCKNER,James E., AA BUCKNER, James E., AN BUDDEN, Robert A., AN BUFORD, William E., AN BUMP, John W., AN BURGHEN, Claude W., AN EIGHTH ROW: BURKART, William R., AN BURRELL, Leland R., AA BURROW, Chesfer L., AN BURTON, Larry E., AN BUTTNER, Melbourne K., AA BYBEE, Jesse E., AN BYRD, Lionel, Jr., AN CAINE, Richard, AN NINTH ROW: CALIBEY, Anfhony G., AN CALKINS, Dale E., AN CALLICOTT, Raymond P., AA CALLIGHERIS, John S., Jr., AN CAMPBELL, Dean P., AA CAMPBELL, George P., AN CANALES, Roy, AA CANTOR, Lowell P., AA TENTH ROW: CARDER, John A., AN CARLETON, C. Alan, AN CARLSON, Donald J., AN CARLSON, Charles R., AA CARLSON, Roberl D., AA CARMACK, Joe K., AN CARON, Thomas L., AN CARR, Chesler A., AN ELEVENTH ROW: CARR, Edward J., AA CARROLL, Travis, AN CARSON, Kil E., SA CARTER, George J., AN CARVER, Donald B., AA CASBON, James C., AN CASEY, Clyde F., AA CASON, Dwayne A., AN 1-IT-AI. my annum. FIRST ROW: CASS, Winton E., AN CATES, Theron, AN CATTERSON, William A., AN CAUSBIE, Edgar S., AA CAVAGNI, Robert J., AN CAWTHORN, John E., AN CHAFFEY, Donald K.. AA CHAMBERLAIN, Greg W., AN SECOND ROW: CHAMBERLAIN, Robert F., SN CHESSER, Berry L., AN CHILDEARS, James R., AN CHOUINARD, Richard L., AA CHRLSMAN, Clyde E., AA HRI TIANA James F AA C S . -. CHRISTOPOULOS, Arthur G., AN CHUPKO, Nicholas A., AA THIRD ROW: CISNEROS, Richard R., AN CLANAHAN, Dennis R., AN CLARK, Charles K., AN CLARK, Kenneth B., AN CLARK, M. Pat., AN CLAY, Robert D., AA CLEMENTS, Odell E., AN CLUNE, Gerard J., AA FOURTH ROW: COCHRAN, George W., AA COE, Herbert, AN COHEN, Lee, AN COLE, Charles R., AA COLEMAN, Lester M., AA COLLIER, Robert C., AN COLLINS, David L., AA COLLINS, John L., AA FIFTH ROW: COLLINS, Terry A., AN COLLINS, William M., AA COLLODEL, Zurino P., AN COLSTON, Henry A., AN COMBS, Bobby S., AN COMEAUX, Arnold R., AN CONELIUS, John M., AN CONEY, Dennis M., AA SIXTH ROW: CONGDON, Neil D., AN CONGLETON, Jerrold F., AN CONNELL, William E., Jr., AN CONNELLY, E. J., AN CONNER, Harry A., AA CONNERS, William L., AN CONRAD, Max B., AN CONROD, Cyril H., AN SEVENTH ROW: CONYERS, Charles L., AN COOPER, Don, AN CORLEY, Wilbur A., AN CORVARI, John, AA COSTIC, Royce L., AA COUCH, L, T., AN COULTER, James A., AN COWAN, Walter B., AN EIGHTH ROW: COX, Marvin D., AN COY, J. B., AN COY, Leroy M., AN COYNE, Ronnie, AN COZART, Aron B., AA CRABTREE, Robert L., AN CRADDOCK, Robert R., AA CRAIG, Robert L., AN NINTH ROW: CRAWFORD, Gene H., AA CREIGHTON, James P., AA CROAD, John O., AN CRONWELL, Jack E., AA CROSBY, Eugene A., AA CROSBY, Kenneth S., AA CROSBY, Leslie E., AA CROWE, Robert S., AA TENTH ROW: CUBA, William E., AA CULMSEE, Carroll L., AN CURRAN, Joseph A., AA CUSTRED, Charles A., AA CYR, Paul E., AN DAHMS, Leroy C., AA DAIGNEAULT, Joseph J., AA DALTON, John, AA ELEVENTH ROW: DANIEL, Bobby R., AA DARUTY, Joseph C., AN DATHE, John W., AA DAUGHTRY, James M., AN DAVIDSON, David, AA DAVIDSON, Ewing C., Jr., AA DAVIS, Buckley, AA DAVIS, James E., AA Q 2 S 43 wi, , . X-'EIZQFY Nw NA S 'S l . ,L .5 Q . ,Z A 1 , As 5 Y , 2 . -I 1 if-. A , 'f-' 1 gg-.T - 4 .1 I' 'f f ,. ,Y 1 s . ., M- X Q- A . . f ., f is ..,,. sl 7 iq.. M ff, j-A 3 " 'N f ' . . I ' - F' A 'I I 2 , ' .53 . 0' I F' sl ,i' S A Q H? 'W' 4 w 'ml'-. f 5 Q "T ff ff, Q , . ,,,, Q ,.. . ' 1 1 . 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FIRST ROW: DAVIS, Jerry C., AA DAVIS, Leland D., AN DAWSEY, Roland G., AN DAY, Roberl' L., AN DELANEY, James L., AN DELAUNE, Don, AN DELISIO, John A., Jr., AN DEMERITT, Belly J., AA SECON D ROW: DENTON, Earl E., AN DERSHEM, Eugene R., AA DESANTIS, Dominic A., AN DESENS, Roberl B., AA DEWEY, Loren G., AN DICKENSON, James P., AN DICKSON, Orlando L., AA DIETZ, Reber: B., AA THIRD ROW: DILLARD, Theodis, AA DILLON, William, Jr., AN DIXON, Charles T., AN DIXON, James E., AN DOBSON, Ned T., AA DOLAN, George E., AN DOLAN, William M., AN DOLENCE, George A., ALAA FOURTH ROW: DOLPH, John A., AN DONOVAN, Charles W., AN DOOLEY, Dorolhy I., AN DORSEY, William H., AN DOUTHITT, Ray B., AN DOWDELL, Roberl R., AA DOWLING, Gerald S., AN DOWNING, Eldon R.. AN FIFTH ROW: DOWNS, Norman E., AN DRAEGER, Bernard, AA DREHS, William H., AA DRIVER, Gordon H., AN QUBE, Raymond E., AN DUBENDORFF, Harold H., AN DUBRAY, William C., AN DUDLEY, Marcus K., AN SIXTH ROW: DUDOLSKI, Melvin A., AA DUFFY, Don ei., AA DUFFY, Francis J., AN DUMOND, Frederick L., AA DUNLAP, Charles M., AN DUNLEVY, Richard L., AN DZIUBEK, Richard, AN EAKLE, Hiram R., AA SEVENTH ROW: EARLY, John B., AN ECK, George F., AA EDMINSTER, WalIer'H., AA EDWARDS, Edward S., AN EDWARDS, John G., AN EISNER, Augusl E., AN ELDREDGE, Roberl K., AN ELLIS, Charles C., AN EIGHTH ROW: ELLIS, William L., AA EMENS, William A., AA ENDERLE, James E., AA ENGERT, Max, AA ENGLISH, Harold T., AN ENGLISH, Joseph P., AA EPPERSON, Billy W., AN ERDMAN, Roberl' L., AA NINTH ROW: ERVIN, Edward A., AA ESTES, Jimmie W., AN ESTOCK, George, Jr., AN EVANS, Earl F., AN EVANS, Harry L., AA EVANS, Vernon T., AN EVANS, William O., AN EVERETTE, Linsey E., AN TENTH ROW: EVERITT, Charles M., AN EVERT, Roberl J., AA FAITH, Bill, AN FALLEY, N. J., AN FARISH, Charles A., AA FARMER, Charles E., AA FARRINGTON, Thomas C., AN FEELER, Donald W., AN ELEVENTH ROW: FEIX, Roberl W., AN FEKETE, Joe T., AN FERET, Slanley E., AA FETT, Donald L., AA FIELDS, James R., AN FILE, Eugene F., AN FILLMAN, Richard C., AA FINGLAND, Roberl J., AA AT-Al. IM SEHUIJI. ' I iv af FIRST ROW: FINN, Paul M., AN FINNEGAN, Bernard B., AA FISCHER, Herman W., AA FISHER, Clarence V., Jr., AA FISHER, Phil E., AN FISHLER, Edward C., AN FITCH, Charles E., Jr., AN FLANDERS, Ernest s., AN SECOND ROW: FLEIG, William J., ATAA FONDA, Jaiiii A., AN FONTAINE, J. R., AN FORBES, Donald L., AN FOSTER, Claud A., AA FOSTER Jack O., AN FOSTER FOSTER James R., Jr., AA William L., AN THIRD ROW: FRANZEN, Frank, AN FREAR, Harry L., AA FREDIANI, Richard A., AN FREEFIAUF, Richard K., AN FREEMAN, Paiii E., AN FREEMAN, sydney o., AN FRESCFI, Waller, AN FREY, Roberf L., AA FOURTH ROW: FRIEL, Howard H., AA FRYAR, Elmer R., ATAA FRYE, Thomas W., AN FULLER, William N., AN GABBERT, Dennie R., AA GAGLIANO, Frank, AA GALI, Waller M., AN GARDINER, Andrew, AA FIFTH ROW: GARDNER, Billie L., AN GARRISON, Marvin T., Jr., AA GARVEY, Roberl L., AD2 GATCHELL, Emory J., AA GAY, Freeman E., AN GEHLE, R. J., AN GEORGE, Charlie, AN GEORGE, Ray J., AN SIXTH ROW: GIBBONS, George R., AA GIBSON, Clarence O., AN GIESLER, Carson, AN GIGVERE, Winfield J., AN GILBERT, Richard L., AA GILL, John J., ATAN GILLESPIE, James S., AN GILMAN, Conrad G., AN GLASSCOCK Roberl E. 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FIRST ROW: O'BRIEN, Gene, AA O'BRIEN, John L., AA OLDS, Billy L., AN OLIVE, Hallie H., AN OLSEN, Harry M., Jr., AN OLSON, Roger W., AA O'NElLL, Ralph C., AN OPGRAND, Harold J., AN SECOND ROW: ORCUTT, Ha'oId B., AN OREN, Myron E., AA OSBORN, Frederick W., ATAN OSBORNE, Franlc P., AN OSIF, Roberf E., AA OSMUN, Roland L., AN O'STEEN, Gene N. AN OVERTON, Billy J., AA THIRD ROW: OWEN, Lynn P., AN PACE, Maurice A., AA PACZKOWSKI, John J. PAGE, Bruce L., AA PAGE, Thomas M., AA PALIN, Douglas G., AN PALMER, Roberl' G., AN PANKRATZ, Alan G., AN FOURTH ROW: PANZTTTA, Joseph, AA PARADIS, Marion R., AN PARK, Donald E., AN PARKER, Harry L., AA PATTERSON, Donald R., AN PATTERSON, Eyereff, AA PAuLEs, Donald E., AN PAVELKO, Rionofo J., AN FIFTH ROW: PAYDON, John R., AN PEACOCK, Odis E., AN PEEBLES, Asa B., AA PENYAK, Joseph, AA PEPPER, Herberl W., AN PERESSINI, Richard D., AA PEREZ, Sam, AN PERREAULT, Joseph E., AN SIXTH ROW: PERRY, Jeplha H., AA PESENTI, Francis V., AA PETERS, Franklin, SA PETERS, Glenn W., AA PETERS, William W., AA PETERSON, Roland G., AN PEZZECA, H., AA PHILLIPS, Charles W., AN SEVENTH ROW: PICKENS, Richard A., AN PICKRING, Hugh S., Jr., AA PICKETT, Hollan, Jr., AN PICKETT, Richard H., AA PIEDOT, Gary R., AN PIERCE, Louis A., AN PINGITORE, Alberf J., AA PITCHER, Tnonnoo J., AA EIGHTH ROW: PITTMAN, Darrell K., AA PIZANO, Anfhony, AN PLAISANCE, James J., AN POHL, Herberf C., AA POIRIER, Louis J., AA POLLUCONI, Ronald D., AN POPOLI, Alberl F., AN PORTER, James C., AA NINTH ROW: POTTER, Harry A., AN POUNDS, Philip C., AN POWELL, H. 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RITRO, Andrew J., AA ROBBINS, Charles K., AA ROBERTS, David L., ATAA ROBERTS, Norman F., AA ROBERTSON, Homer D., AA ROBERTSON, Jimmy R., AA ROBEY, Joseph G., AA FOU RTH ROW: ROBINSON, Gerald D., AA ROBINSON, John H., AN ROBINSON, Oliver E., AA ROBIRTS, Ralph A., AA ROBIRTS, Roberf O., AA ROBSON, John S., AN RODGERS, David F., AA ROEBKE, Richard C. FIFTH ROW: ROEDER, Frank M., AN ROGERS, Al D., AN ROGERS, Bob L., AN ROGERS, William D., AA ROHE, Joseph C., AN ROHERTY, Roberr W., AA ROHRER, Duane, AA ROPER, Daniel P., AD2 SIXTH ROW: ROSCHE, Arnold W., AN ROSINI, Roland O., AN ROSS, Roberl' L., AN ROSS, Rodney J., AN ROSSI, Dominick L., AA ROTHWELL, Lawrence F., AN ROTTER, Ben F., AA ROUX, Louis L., AA SEVENTH ROW! ROWAN, Young S., AN RUFO, Carlo J., AN RUNYON, Jusrus L., AA RUPPERT, Carl W., AA RUSHFELDT, Howard W., AA RUSINYAK, Joseph, AN SANDERS, Evereh' A., AA SANKEY, Berl J., AN EIGHTH ROW! SAPP, Arfhur C., AN SAPP, Edward O., AN SATTERWHITE, Lee R., AA SAULS, Willie T., AN SAVARD, Annelle J., AA SCALZI, Louis M., AN SCALZI, Michael A., Jr., ATAA SCANNELL, Charles W., AA NINTH ROW: SCARBROUGH, Vernon R., AN SCHABERG, Lowell W., AN SCHAFR, James A., AA SCHEIDLER, Richard, AN SCHELL, Richard B., AA SCHMALL, E. M. SCHMIDT, Berlel H., AN SCHMIDT, Norman H., AA TENTH ROW: SCHNEIDER, Emery J., AN scHoENDoRF, Paul P., AA scHoLL, Keifh C., AN SCHOONOVER, Leon E., AA SCHOULTZ, Perr A., AA SCHRAGE, Donalld F., AA SCHROEDER, Donald W., AN SCHROEDER, Milton E., AA ELEVENTH ROW: SCHUMACKER, Ervin J., AA SCHWARTZ, Donald E., AA SCHWINDT, Chris H., AN SCURLOCK, Joseph W., AN SEARLES, L. D., AN SELIG, Edwin R., AA SELLERS, Waller R., AN SHACKLETT, James H., AN I' Y. uf sf I S . K. A AI 'Ye .4 44 I J' if 'Q rv J? ,Q J M J' . .... J.nK5IL.j 4' 'E ",,'U-:ii 1,,.'f'1' , r L R' f Q ' 'ff , 1 wr .' . .5 ,V-. , . ,. r. ' . T rx f 2 AT-AI. UH SIIHIIIJI. FIRST ROW: TAYLOR, Harold W., AN TAYLOR, Roberf C., AN TAYS, George D., ATAN TEIGEN, Floyd A., AA TEPEDINO, James G., AN TERRELL, William E., AN TERRY, Leroy H., AA TESTA, Joseph, AN SECOND THOMAS THOMAS THOMAS THOMAS THOMAS THOMAS., ROW: Delberf O., AA Q Fred M., AA AA George, Gilberf W., AN Herman M., AN Roberf H., AA THOMPSON, Aldon V., AA THOMPSON, Francis T., AN THIRD ROW: THOMPSON, Fred E., AA THOMPSON, Harvey L., AN THOMPSON, James V., AA THOMPSON, Jewell W., AA THOMPSON Roberr W. AA THOMPSON: Wilber E.,'ATAA THORNTON, Billy D., AN THRASHER, William B., AA FOURTH ROW: THURSTON, Alberr H., AN T'HWEATT, Freddie J., AN TIDMORE, Thomas J., AA TILESTON, Thomas N., AA TILLERSON, Leonard E., AN TILLMAN, Robert F., AA TINSLEY, Ronald E., AN TIPTON, Henry L., AN FIFTH ROW: TITUS, Roberl' V., AN TKACS, Eddie, AN TODD, William R., AN TOENSING, Eyvand E., AA TONDER, Roberf E., AA TOWNS, William F., AN TOWNSEND, Mark D., AN TRAUTMAN, Frank, Jr., AN SIXTH ROW: TRENTHAM, Jack D., AN TROMBLEY, John w., AN TULLUS, Alberf G., AN TUPPER, Marlha P., AA TUTT, Richard H., AN TWEDT, Lloyd A., AN TYRRELL, w. B., AA UNRUH, Eugene H., AN SEVENTH ROW: UPPER, Ralph S., AA UPTON, Eugene H., AA URIBE, Alfred A., AN VALENTINE, Bill R., AA VALLARIO, John E., Jr., AA VAMPOLA, Edward F., AN VANDERVORT, Harry E., AN VAN STAVOREN, James E., AA EIGHTH ROW: VAN WART, Lewis A., AA 1 1 I V 4 r fx Tix VARGAS, VAROAS. VEHORN VEVERKA VTCKREY. VINCENT, VOIGHT, Anlhony J., AA Roberr L., AN Raymond C., AN Charles R., AA VVendell, AA Thomas P., AA Russell H., AN NINTH ROW: WAGNER, James, AN WALL, Donald E., AA WALLACE, Jack S., ATAA WALLACE, Wayne E., AN WALTER. Eve reH' R., AA WAMSLEY, Roberr H., AA WARD, George, AN WARDLAW,.Jerry P., AN TENTH ROW: WARINNER, Thomas L., AN WASHBURN, Charles R., AN WATSON, Joseph W., AA WEAKLEY, Jack D., ATAA WEBB, James W., AA WEEKLY, Roberf G., AN WEGNER, Pefer E., AA WEISE, Herberr R., AA ELEVENTH ROW: weiss, William M., AN WELCH, Roberr R., AN WELDON, Heywood W., Jr., WELDY, Glenn E., AA WELLEN, John J., AA WELLNER, Charles w., AN WELLS, cerii T., AA WELLS, John R., AN gp,-r KN . . - V 'ra' J .- . . , '3 ' .rr ,mer Q , n :Xgy rx, r , 3 A f X 5 0, r Vr.V I Wx, .. ,gf ' 15 , ,y ffflfgf i A A V iff. ,- J FY 1, 2. -gs +5 534 .gg 'F' Q 53 A , ,. ' s ' M f ' ' - r. 1. ., zr: A fr . i E ,", ff. r,.3 R ' r J' P 'ii -J., f":f5j'f.f2. yl?.ff'. !."J , I R f W A f K Y Q A g,,rg,,. 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D., AN WHITELEY, Harry, AA WIDDISON, Roberl W., AN SECOND ROW: WILDMAN, Charles W., AN WILKINS, Miriam H., AA WILKINSON, James N., AA WILKS, Richard B., AA WILLIAMS, Don A., AN WILLIAMS, Jamie K., Jr., AN WILLIAMS, Mifchell L., AN WILLIAMS, Vincenl' C.,-AN THIRD ROW: WILLIAMSON, Nancy E., AA WILLIFORD, Joe V., AA WILLIS, Frank N., Jr., AA WILSON, Edward D., AN WILSON, Fred E., Jr., AN WILTSER, Leon B., AN WING, J. G., AN WINGFIELD, Claylon P., AA FOURTH ROW: WINGO, Roland E., AN WINKOWSKI, Leonard J., AN WINN, Jack K., AN WINSLOW, Lee, AN WINSLOW, Roy B., AA WINTER, Harris, AN WISE, Billy R., AN WITTSELL, Lawrence E., AA FIFTH ROW: WOLF, George W., AA WOLF, Roberl M., AN WOODWARD, Billy G., AN WORKMAN, Alberl J., AA WRAY, Waller D., AN WRIGHT, H. Charles, AN WRIGHT, William, AN WYKE, Charles E., AA SIXTH ROW: WYMOND, W. H., AN YAECKEL, George A., AA YEATMAN, Harry E., AA YOUNG, Lock R., AN YOIING, Thomas E., AM3 ZANETTI. John J., AA 2A77ARETTl, Dominic, AN ZEDNICHEK, Roberl E., AN SEVENTH ROW: 7EMIT. John R., AA ZETTLER, Edward D., AN ZYMBALUK, Waller, AA ABEL, D. L., AA ADAMS, Myron G., AA ADAMS, Thomas M., AA ALTMAN, Erwin C., AN ANDERSON, Addison C., AA EIGHTH ROW: BALL. Roberf E., Jr., AN BARBER, Rodney A., ATAA BARNES. Philip D., AA REAIIRFGARD, Leo A., AN BFI-INKE. John R., AN RFRGE, Wayne A., AA RFQGON William P., AA BIRNBAUM, Roberl, AN NINTH ROW: BORDERS, Phillip W., AN BREEDY, Richard P., AN AA AA RRINK, James A.. RROWN, Roberf N., BROXVN, Verney I.., AA RROWN, Warren E., BURKE, Lauren D., BURT, Roberf M., TENTH ROW: BUTLER, John G., AA AA AN CARPENTER, Howard H., CASSEL, Gloria E., AA CHESNICK, Andrew P., AN CHLUDZENSKI, Raymond Z., AA cosuim, David A., AN coox, John J., Jr., AA ELEVENTH ROW: COX, Roy L., AA CRAIG, Lynwood B.. AA CRAIG. Waller R., AA CROUSE, William L., AA DANIELS, James H., AA DICKENS, Richar'-I E., ATAA DOYLE Thomas J AA DRAGAN Edmund AA AA CAMPANFLLA, Roger M. A., AA ATAA AT-AI. UD SIIHUIJI. FIRST ROW: DUFF, Dale T., AA DZAMBIK, Bernard, AA EGLAND, Marion F., AN EISER, Donald R., AA EMMITT, George E. FALVEY, Neil J., AA FEENEY, Rosemary A., AA FIELDS, Thomas M., AA SECOND ROW: FLISS, Alberf E., AA FOSTER, Elzie J., AN FRABLE, Richard R., AA FREDERICK, Audrey E., AA FREY, Leslie D., AA GANSEMER, Ralph C., AA GARDNER, James R., AA GARRISON, Joe A., AA THIRD ROW: GATES, Harold R., AN GERD, Richard L., AA GILLETT, Charles A., AA GLENN, Herberf, Jr., AA GOEBEL, Mary J., AA GOSSETT, James U., AA GOWDY, Oakley E., AN GRABAU, Joseph J., AA FOURTH ROW: GRAY, J. D., AA HAND, William L., AA HANISCH, Allen G., AA HANSEN, William A., AA HANSEN, William P., Jr., AA HARBERT, Eugene R., AA HART, Jesse C., AA HAVENS, J. E., AN FIFTH Row: HEDERVARY, Alan H., AA Hslrsle, John E., AA HENlzllcsEN, Alfred G., AA HENRY, Phillip B., AA HINTON, Ray F., AA HocHwAlzrH, Herberf H., AA HORNE, Roberf ls., AA HOWLETT, William Z., AA SIXTH ROW: HUFFMAN, Oliver, AA HUNTER, Carroll D., AA HURLEY, J. F., AN JACKSON, Roberl' J., AN JACOBSON, John A., AA JAMES, Sfephen R., AA JOBE, Kennefh M., AA JOHNSON, William M., AA SEVENTH ROW: JUSTICE, Rowland D., AN KING, Henry L., AN KOZICKI, William, Jr., AA KRAWCZYK, Charles C., AA KREMEL, Josephine F., AA KRUFKA, J. J., AA KRUPA, Frank F., AA LEATZ, Richard F., SN EIGHTH ROW: LEGENDRE, Roberl M., AA LEJEUNE, Neil, AA LINGLE, Richard, AA LOVELL, Earl F., AA LUNDQUIST, Dale M., AA LYONS, Bob, AA MABE, James M., AN MARFIA, Samuel J., ATAA NINTH ROW: MARSHALL, Dale H., AN MAYNARD, Willie H., AA MCFARLAND, J. 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