US Naval Air Station - Yearbook (Minneapolis, MN)

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Q SUMMER ACCELERATED TRAINING PROGRAM U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION TWIN CITIES Minneapolis, Minnesota Summer 1967 CAPTAIN W.F. KRANTZ Dear SA T Graduates: The experience you have gained and the valu- able training you have received during these past three months will benefit you in your life's pursuits. You are a member of one of the finest fighting organizations the world has ever known. The United States Navy has evolved a tradition of accepting nothing short of victory. In these critical times, it is incumbent that young men be prepared to bear arms and to oppose all foes who would encroach upon our counmy's liberty. It has been a pleasure having you men of the SAT program on board for the summer of 1967. Godspeed in your future endeavors. ri 9505 With some 28 years of Naval experience be- hind him, Captain William F. Krantz, USN, assumed command of Naval Air Station, Twin Cities on August 11th, 1966. Born in St. Paul, he attended Minneapolis Central High School, the University of Minnesota and the Navy Post Graduate School. Captain Krantz entered the naval service in january, i 1938. CDR. W. H. ROBINSON Commander William H. Robinson assumed the duties of Executive Officer in April, 1967. Like the C.O., Commander Robinson is not a stranger to the Twin Cities area. Born in Minneapolis, he attended North High and the University of Minnesota. He began his Naval career in 1942 as an Aviation Cadet and after completing flight training at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, he served the remainder of World War II assigned to a fighter squadron at Ouonset Point, Rhode Island. At the end of World War II he returned to civilian life and furthered his education at the University of Minnesota. He returned to active duty in 1948 and has since served at Norfolk, Va. as Atomic Weapons Instructor, Oberam- mergau, Germany with a staff of combined force fArmy, Navy and Air Forcej, NAS Oceana and NAS Dallas. Cdr. Robinson has also served at the Navy Representative instruct- ing NATO officers in special weapons. Cdr. Robinson assumed the duties of Personnel Officer and then Maintenance Officer until assuming the post of Executive Officer. Training Department 'Uk-6 CDR. D.E. CROW LCDR. E.R. PALMER TRAINING OFFICER ATT OFFICER Sat Officers LCDR. ERICKSON LT. M.O. KARTVEDT OFFICER IN CHARGE ASSISTANT OFFICER 3 Sat Instructors RMC R. E. I-IAUGEN SKC D. R. SCHWERR AOCQT. R. ZALUSKY AEC C. R. VOELTZ A xii. . . PNI I. M. PARKINS ABI-H G. A. MURRAY PN2 W. V. LUND tx HM2 D. M. MARSCHINKE HM2 C. A. FIEDLER 4 5 P , i 3 f 1 R f - AAEA A BATTALION COMMANDER RCPO CRAIG ANDERSON COMPANY A COMMANDER RPO1 LARRY KOCH ROG ZAREMBINSKI PLATOON LEADER 1 PLATOON LEADER 3 PLATOON LEADER 2 JIM HAUGEN HAUFERMAN G. PETERSON 5 -. E 1- :Qs,gi-,- f - -f1LgSm:5?k , ,wfsfg ameri: ,gigikiie H R V, lim' .ak COMPANY B COMMANDER RPO1 i ' ' L.,1 W I . 3 8 M ,M i PLATOON LEADER 4 MCINERNY PLATOON 1 - 1. Haugen, platoon leader. FIRST RANK: T. Keyes, D. Dombrowski, D. Kent, B. Docken, L. Benson, R. Benson. SECOND RANK: C. Casperson, T. Ginn, B. Conner, S. Corzette, R. Enfield, A. Atkin. TI-HRD RANK: M. Boggs, G. Driscoll, A. Edel, 1. Austin, D. Cambelll, J. Garnett. Missing from picture: S. Kohl. PLATOON 3 - D. Hauferrnan, platoon leader. FIRST RANK: R. Berg, R. Clark, D. Bataglia, J. Gorney, J. jance, R. Johnson. SECOND RANK: D. Egge, C. Boishiern, C. Hotzler, H. Blackman, I. Kingsbury, J. Ander- son. THIRD RANK: K. Claude, 1. Hepokoski, S. Johnston, D. Joyce, 1. Bucher, D. Berglund. Missing from picture: J. Kinney, J. Halter. I . -. - V 5 K.::'A 'fe iii-. K f 5 5 x ' 443,32 X , 0 nefww, I W .. an 2 .,., , PLATOON 2 - G. Peterson, platoon leader. FIRST RANK: K. Melchert, T. Munley, D. Payne, S. Schultz, J Lee, D. Wagner, D. Schliep. SECOND RANK: D. Ledin, G. Super, A. Lubbe, G. Martin, G. Milliman, T. Reuter, M. Kosrnan. THIRD RANK: G. Murray, T. Lohstreter, D. Edel, G. Tiedt, 1. Lawrence, S. Payne, M. Stahl. PLATOON 4 - L. Mclnerny, platoon leader. FIRST RANK: T. Sankey, I. Penson, R. Peterson, K. Simmons, C. Wetsel, P. Egge, G. DeFlorin, M. Nelson. SECOND RANK: C. Lander, G. Wilson, L. Lanes, D. Nylen, T Trodien, J. Pfingston, G. Olson. TI-HRD RANK: S. Shodahl, L. Overson, J. Schroeder, K. Soine, D. Pauly, C. Terry, L. Pommier, G. VonBerge. ,er .,. I .: Mn, ,. M 'le my .lv W Wifisf, SQL - :: ::: z:-R ffiif.. flffiffgi ' ,szz1QfJiwrf17 V355 . ..h.k W ,wW?, L J X X Q 5 X Efgixigks 5 5 L, Hz? mags n ai , , In ff Q :ss , 3, K 3 Q-mi - -Um P ,QQIQ ,Q W ZF 6 1 m V J ww Y an o - ef i w as ' 4 "You pukes better get in step and stop bouncing. Pu sh-Ups . . Military Drill. . . Company B marches from class in perfect step. 9 M A-Wm Claude and I-Iepokoski give their opinions of the chow. Chow's sure to make your hair grow! Chow Line . . Mess Cooking. . fig, av Ginn, Overson and Pfingston finish piling on the chow at the salad bar. 10 BREAK ws W Battallon '67's clothes llne sllently awaits the mornlng lnspectlon Clothes S tops . . inside out unbuttoned lst and 2nd lmes . , ,v.. ,Mg W-,'.1i:l.,-f,.f -- ,-,,ssmJ,.i.,f,W-W Z - 3,92 JM . ,Z ,L ,af g.Q.,.M, ,.-f .L L,1,,.1 ,Lb: .,,A,LLL,L,1.,., ..,L,. z , KG, ,,., ,, .4,W.f:w,1, .V ' W-,,.,,.1 --,- f, m,L.,.1g- ,-f my-' ,W-1-1-g f - ia ff,-J, aff ts, , '!fIi:f,-Wm is f ' V ,gf-ggwg ,-ff Lf H -, , - ' ff- -'ff 'f , fa MIP' 1 " ,' , My , ,,, .,-,,,LLA M. A I , f ' .1-14' 4-K uf 'Q h "1-f .md 75" W if ww-wwgf 1p5,quW1sLWfM2 Z 53,.,,.,3,,, W, ,, W ,,, .v,A iw S. , ' ' iii , - gy,-:www Amplifiers vibrate and reverberate. . . ail Call . . . Smoke Break Miss Bootski and her man, Big Ern, agitate to the accordian. ww gawk-1f..,,,, ,wif M , nm1wQz.1-wmezmnisgff,:fL. f w '-.ww 1 Greg Peterson and Buckwheat pick the pulsating beats. Kangaroo Court . . . Doug Wagner provides the polkas. t Load and lock. . . Ready on the left. . . Ready on the right. . 03 Piece . . Colt 45 Q 19 W 1 .s an 4 v ' .. , V 5 if H' e ' " s I w an V q . Y 'L . r ' ., 4 , Finger's caught, Viola? "How about that!" 14 1 H .pf 'ix ff .,,. ,W Q wikmww .L,. was aww 'S 1 My ffl? 5' if I x .-12 3 if w 1 3, ,, V A I ' Q2 will 9 nuns if , , vi , 9 ii , , R zi 9 . ,Q K I W 5 W? A N 5 3 Q, ,A n, J f i ffl V ' V -yymy I ? . I V . L W2 -W: 1 nf ai l i 1. 5 X' f Q.. 'Q' r 4 A' ff A 4 r o f , Q or 1, 22, or ft, 3 I A 2 r, gwi ll X X . L . - Q V ,?k, , 3 L . ' r r 'fa ,. r - of .ua ff " at r fr 5 ' ' - ' ' ff V L, ' , r 1. o t ' r r W Q -... H W F, Q... A uw r r B' ' 4 2 AAW' ' T 3 r ' i or 1 H ' R -V as W ...: E B 1, , I Q W 1 LL M 'Aw K A . .:.. , ,ff , gr. Qi YZ. 90 proudly step together in climax to many hours of hard work. 1967 Aquatennial Parade RIGHT: Miss NAR 1967, shawn winter. BELOW: Memphis Recruit Band. fi, Qi M9 ,gf 'il v'?T7"7Tf? 'A A at , 1 25.84 QL M, K 2 v , 1' 5 ' M is ? 'Q 5 i - DRILL TEAM r - ' Q 'IF A Mg ' ,gm-Q-in -. The members of the drill team wish to thank ABI-Il Murray for the many hours he f-1.1 - gave of his own time in order to develop our precision drill team into what has V ' 3. ,S been described as, , "One of the best marching units to be seen in this area. " i N ,:1': ., - . X '5 5 1 is l l . iw fc, ,Lr.s,r. W 'USN Ma.. iq' V Q 'R ... 4' vi A L ,l., . Sas r Vr r "W, ,-1? 77 Y Drill team shadows show its perfect precision. O Excels1or . . . ABHI Murray shouts commands to the team. Our strutting color guard displays the Ensign. l . I Y .s,a..,,QWuw 'f E, Q sw- 1 gm f- i a af ld!" 'Q L f ' 1 7 Sam Payne bites the dust i.n an effort to elude Lt. Kartvedt's tag. Softball. . The first half of our summer training ended with the recruit-staff softball game, celebrating our classroom Vic- tory: all of us were advanced to Air- men Apprentice! Backed by our biased bellowing we took the winning edge While only the umpire supported the staff in their losing causeg The final score showed that staff had been out- shined 13 tb 2. STAFF-FRONT ROW: PN2 Lund, PN1 Parkins, Chief Zalusky, Lt. Kartvedt. BACK ROW: Lcdr. Erickson, umpire, Chief Voeltz, Chief Haugen, Viola, Chief Schwerr. ,.....w-" RECRUITS-FRONT ROW: R. Benson, S. Payne, Zarembinski, B. Conner, I. Anderson. BACK ROW: S. Schultz, Kingfish, Buckwheat, Fatman, M. Boggs. I8 Mickey Marschinke smashes out another brutal blooper! Swimming . . 500 feet-into a shot of whiskey? Water splashes with each kick in the backstroke Don Egge completes a 3 meter flip. event. Starters in the 200 yard relay thrust into the tank. 3 ,W M553 S W fy ,I ,. 1 .'., ,-I Qs ? ea qi " ,' Grapplers Crush i " and the eye gouge. . . " Lubbe attempts to breakaway from Koch. l .- -1-w i Chief Zalusky prepares to slam the mat for the pin. 20 Competition . . "B" Cagers Bounce Opposition A, . . .winning the tip . . . moving with a fast breakaway . . .setting for the rebound. . . RIGHT: Greg Peterson drives in hard with a jump Q A shot. J tg Wi ,f BELOW: Boggs pumps a shot toward the basket. Q BB 'f i E be wg , 1 'D 1 p B . B it i Q . ,. 3 tfn it B ' 5 -'f t ,.v. . it I its 5 . 5 in B? I 3 4 john Anderson and DeF1orin examine electronic devices. Taxung . . W3Sh1Hg. . . Milliman and Sam Payne study a C-54 reciprocating engine. Dirty Clouds and ffxigvv 'I ,,.'., ' we M . 2 An ADJ explains the particulars of an A4. L S3 M 0-0"""""""L W - . fsx my f Third platoon inspects inside a P2V. Roger Benson learns to log flights. R f 1' dirty planes. . . Blackman, Bucher, Murray and Super assist in refueling operations. f w 6 "if Wu-5,555-sgsQ,'f2W."Q.Z:LzAJkQ'-W-" f .,zxfsvmzsfmufnxszmmyarr11,:Vg:tw-rf.wvEEs:ssW:sm-wmfefmsmsawymszmw I , in I p I k , W A .,,.,kiswlygq5,M.:,, k , , , , V .11 Awmdw.. ...W-M "'- Out'n out rebelhous' "D1scharge your nlcotine fits. . " COLD' MILK 9 ' :gf-4' ..,, ,G ,S l 111 52137: K Vx 4 in t L- Munley and D. Payne pass man's No. 1 pastime. I Guests of the Minnesota Twins. Twins Vs Chicago . . Sharon Winter r 'W 14-A 2 we ,J fax Chief Haugen, Miss NAR Sharon Winter, Mrs. and Lt. Kartvedt pause outside Met Stadium. 25 9 1 1 5 if si 90 stuffed seabags are stowed for the flight to Florida. Pensacola . . CVS 16. -'We . I 1 -.....,K g nw : 1 ,..,. -'- - gs, Arrestlng cables awalt a Corsan: II. Plane directors position an A-7. One of the fleet of powerful tug boats eases the Lex into port 26 n i,M, Mme, M- ,.W,...,,.,.4 h.Wi,,,W.,,,,.,f..,.V,.,WW CVS 16, the USS LEXINGTON. Flight Operations . . . Sleeping Compartments Battal '67 commemorates the "Lady Lex". 45? is 2 M, df E as if Guests arrive at the Alibi Inn. Misses received flowers inside ABHI Murray and the Kingfish reciprocate. if i Chief Haugen, HM2 Viola and HM2 Fiedler ease on in to where the action is , r MClub . . . Ivymen.. Ivymen amplifiers vibrate with bass and percussion impulse. , Q' M 7 gjA'QX'?.E3,?f jx f x 'X CLOSING MESSAGE FROM THE SAT STAFF The SAT Program of 1967 has been a very rewarding summer for the officers and instructors as this has undoubtedly been our best summer program. As educators and Navymen, we are concerned with the role our Navy men will assume in our rapidly changing society and world. We are sure you are acutely aware of your responsibilities in safeguarding the principles of democracy. Just as the Naval Air Reserve constitutes the heart of NavalAviation so does the SAT Program constitute its cradle. From your ranks will come the candidates for all phases of the United States Navy and the Naval Air Reserve. Individual ly you may feel a great satisfaction that you have chosen the Navy as your way of serving your country. Graduation . . Attorney General Head presents the graduation message. . .kkf is F v l l V P 7 I P i ' w 1 5 S I P I E Captain Krantz offers his congratulations with the presentation of certificates. Dedication . . . x r r Members of Battalion '67 wish to offer their thanks to all our instructors who have provided us such a solid military foundation. Howeverg the feeling of grat- ' itude cannot be fully expressed until there is a realization of how dependent we are upon the many things that were taught this past summer. The value of our r newly acquired knowledge becomes more and more evident each day as it is put ' into practical use. r A k Battalion ,67 would also like to give special recognition to an instructor who ' gave much of his spare time to further develop the ideals of Naval tradition. We , therefore dedicate this Battalion ,67 Cruse Book to ABH1 Murray. l I 31 5 2 ii 5


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