US Naval Air Training Center - Yearbook (Corpus Christi, TX)

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I I , , THE PEOPLE OF DENMARK, HOLLAND, NORWAY AND RGLAND, WHO WITH THEIR INHERENT VIRILITY, REEUSE DEFEAT . . . I THE LIBERTY-LGVING PEOPLE OF THE WORLD - THIS MARK IV SLIRSTREAM IS DEDICATED . . . 'Q fx 1,-an-Q, fx ,- ' -A -r Q 7 Q, 0. , Q'-,: NE '27, M f' ' 'Af' V fi ...L " ?iiQ'1-ZX ' - ',.f .J fZ4"- 2:11 - - .gi . .2-yd Nada gg , w .--1,142 244. "4 , f'-an .W an r .fer-f, 1-4. 'ff 1,5 ,fn . - 'Q 'f'vf..f.z . .. ,Jw . 3. . ,A ,351 -, - - uv. 2.-. ' 'v , . , ,f , f., , : 'J ON 1, 2 n iv., L1 ,.- l 1. , f,f Ma- .,' . . , , V1 f, , n ,ff 1 , 131 :.6:t:v,,, - -' .f- 415' 4 5- ,,,. 'N s 'CZ 'i,:"9,l '11, -,Q N51 1 1? I ' ,1f,1111fj 1 ,J A . ff .f y, ff, 4,1 if ' f - 1 .2 fi, lv ,ff 1 ,- is 4W"' f 4 I' vs' 1' Q ia. , , Z' at We-.' if 'P . ,K Q " 'Q if ' f' if 0 f " 'F I , .-ff, 'W as I 5 53i:1"'-f""f'Qf Q ,111 ff ' f H1 7 1 5 0 z "1 If ff a' V Va K3 1-ff4f I4 , 3 1. 11 f -., x11 n K 'x ',f 4 x 4 ' f 17357159 ffftxy k I A 1 1 -' Q1111 1 ,119-ZQYQ W 1 f f' E S A-B E .,+,,3i, . 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L ,IRROSLRUJ-1944 Y' 1' N. penrer is under J r 'lrffrrfg Program. ,Q 1 1. 9 fs :det Training fi To assigt in 'rwe best pos- 4 in excelleni mg the neces- nf' COUFSCS In .41 ' QILT- Nova! Of- " 'fps Reserve. -1 Amare in SB' ef: initiative. ssfui ' rg QUCCE y. f..' l.'.lY' .nd -A , , 5. 1. Qi! .1 4 , F QC - - . I J M f! .,,L 4:1 'h 1 nf jg , F ,E - 4 ,gg J F21 1 1, , MW' -'al' '1"dJ ff A Q!! -a:,,,l" Q-f"'n-pity ww' M,w'WM Q 'lL"'b ffffffw 0 ' T Q Wwfff, 5,9 5.9 ni TM Q' 'ff ir ir 'A' ir ir 726 lniii I riilrioii iiiinilu The present war brought to the people of the United States a challenge to fight for the right to freedom and de- mocracy. On behalf of the people of this great nation, U. S. Naval Aviation, along with the other branches of Service, accepted the challenge and put forth their utmost efforts, to weld this nation into a mighty military unit. As a direct result of this challenge, immediate expansion of Naval Aviation Program was deemed necessary. ln June, 194O the Navy Department started to build, at Corpus Christi, Texas, what is now the largest Naval Air Training Center in the World. Commissioned in March of 1941, under the Command of Captain Alva D. Bernhard, USN, the Naval Air Training Center has expanded far beyond the plans of the original builders. It now consists of the Main Station and six Auxiliary Naval Air Stations, Rodd, Cabaniss, Cuddihy, Waldron, Chase and Kingsville. Each one of these Auxiliary Stations is an integral unit in itself, with complete facilities for training the fledgling flier in the many specialized fields that he must master. Since the first graduation in 1941, many young men, thoroughly trained as Naval and Marine Aviators, have passed through the gates of this vast Center, enroute to important assignments throughout the World. Page 15 P, .. ..- . . .. , 'J' , 1' 14 1 - '- ' if - 2,-2.215 -'rf ' 51 ':L2:i1'.'-'fi'1:'::J1r4? f+.'3B.,' 'wg' ' ' 4- v-,zr-. .- ., . , .V -- . ., ,- .- W, N, A.. ,A .,f. .-r . , ,.,,,.x.- , ...- ,,.,,. A -' ..-.5 L- 1---Q.,-,.x V . . -,145 g , 1' :1:,,- :,:,.A:ffj.1,-Q:-,-'.'QQ"""- V 1.5 . -LYJ5-f 5-3.-:g-1'-gg-'K-5.4.--.'--' 5 ..- - - - , .V I -, -,A J- ---- Y-- -, --,M .. -- r- ,y ,. Q, ,-g-2-,,.,.::,. ..,---... - . . - .,, ,- , T L'""l55,g,5,,"7,--,g:.,g,1.:'...:.,:g.,:J,a.T-,59,...J'f.1::. -:,:.,fl,i ,,.---.: - V.-:F.:- Q l'r'1 F' , , f h , -M-M-mm'-f - ..., . . , .,., 1 4 l'.lIlE'I' IHIIJHIIHT IlEADllUAli ' I L i 1 1 ,gcc- -1U"lwL' wwf Illl PITH L ,ff ir nl' 'A' Page I7 Q f-.,,,Q,m ,,,., ,.,,, .,,, .,., ,. V -if 'ir 'ir 'lr .o 9 Q 89 o 9 - 9 f u P . of .. X jg, 174' .ks , . ,ls Rv! ff' v 4 f,,- ,f , fff ,v ff' - 3. - 1" R X , 5 Q. . A. O4 f. ' flf f :f vi ' ' 4 W ' 4 f if owlcmns' MESS " if ,.,.L , mg- 1, VW .ff ,af A, s ! i v 3 WN Q E i',l-f'fi" N ge ,- if ir ' L' , -al-f-pf ' 4 'L '. A 5 at ' I.. -I . 'll' nl' , X if 1 ,N Page 21 L IIHEL I r E N I K- - r l wr K fx fx ln,' 1 111 , A Q I N I 1 . , W u 0 x 0 Thu Honorublu F rc,1nL' Kn Of, -:1g,':f: l Arrluricurl und Fir-,Y Vxforld V'!ur,, !',fyfVn'fr Of his unrna, nun! hun Qxflrrnrmbly fm ring To Colonel Knox gon, rn-Jon ur nf., f crion in rho fC1CfOVif:'., along wvsfh Yin- 1 number of irnporrunr Plfgxnfnnl nQrf,nQ,, :bn ir ir np, 1 Illl URABLE ARTEMU . llA'l'E'.. ASSISTA 'l' SECRETARY 0ll 'llllll AVY Just prior to the entry of the United States in the first World War, Artemus L. Gates was designated as Naval Aviator No. 65, in the original two hundred fifty men who qualified. Rising to the rank of Lieutenant Commander, he was released from active duty, after the war, in February l9l9. His World War service included important assignments, involving active flying. ln July l9l8, he became command- ing officer of the U. S. Naval Air Station, Dunkerque, France. Mr. Gates' record of war service includes the award to him of the Distinguished Service Medal CUSND, the Distinguished Flying Cross lBritishJ, and the Croix de Guerre with palm lFrenchl. He was made a Chevalier of the Legion of Honor by the French Government. Mr. Gates returned to the Navy prepared for his post with a broad background of experience in both the civilian and service fields. . llli lu T s. -C 4 5 tlllll "'iGil it 1' , .L , , A . H, . . so , ,. ,U I iff -Q g Q4 Q yflw' f ' V ,gi . J w 'fr ., , R F ' 1 , lf 'is ' 4 '.,,A . ,, - i . A 4' C lllllll glllllllllli Jlllll i'llll'El' llEI'l'l'l UIIIEF llll lfllll lll'llll FM' llislfilll, HN l'l'Illli' lilllll A graduate of the Natal Academy in Feomczfg, NC: e ia" CQ: -.oi assignee to flslatic Station and later served on board various ships in that command. During World War l he serxed on board the USS San Deg: :ns E"g.riee'E"g Critter, if"' June l9l8 when he was crdered to Washington for duty with Bureau of Nacigarion Na., :i'Cl2"'li'3f". Vice Admiral McCain receixed flight training a' fhe No.3 Srzioc pifiilif, , aria .was aesignated as a Naval Axiator in September, l93oi Then followed duty as Commander Fleer Air Base CSIS Solo Canal Zore, Corrrnarairig Officer of the USS Ranger and Commanding Officer Naval Air Station, San Diego. He oecove COt't'Fl',CF.Cf'E", Aircraft Scouting Force and was Commander of Aircraft in the South Pacific dcring those flfzf ha'a "!'Cf'Tf'S of For his outstanding work in that capacity, he was awarded the Distinguished Serxice iN.'.eao'. He :so roles we prorf Ifeaof ara the Arnerican Defense Service Medal, Fleet Clasp for serxice in tx-.C -.-.ors ir 'ir HEAR A11llllIiL nmwlri' ii. IiAllli'EY, lisli CHIEF UF T111 11111111 0F A11110l1lAliTIlii' Rear Admiral Dewitt C. Ramsey assumed duties as Chief of the Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy Department, on August 6, 1943, following a tour of duty as commander ofa Task Force in the South Pacific. Rear Admiral Ramsey was appointed to the Naval Academy in 1908, and graduated in 1912. He served on board the USS New Jersey, USS Montana, USS Nashville, USS Tingey and in 1916 was assigned to duty at Pensacola, Florida, for flight training. He was designated Naval Aviator No. 45. . He has served on board USS Pennsylvania, USS Columbia, USS Wright, USS Langley, as instructor at Pensacola, in command of the training aviation squadron at the Naval Academy, Executive Officer of the USS Saratoga, head of Plans Division, Bureau of Aeronautics until August 1941 when he was assigned duty as Assistant Chief of the Bureau of Aero- nautics. Rear Admiral Ramsey has been awarded the Navy Cross "For extraordinary heroism and distinguished service during occupation of Guadalcanal, Tulagi and the Battle of the Solomons". He also holds the Mexican Service Medal, Victory Medal, Overseas Clasp, American Defense Service Medal, Fleet Clasp, Asiatic-Pacific Area Campaign Medal, and the "Decoration and Diploma Cammandeur del' Ordre Grand Bucae de la Couronne de Chene, from Luxemburg." 1 l llll ccrtmeml on -:A -u 'Flal-n -wiv. ri 01 ldql .snsqqoiqi in ec l in ,Q of 'Pl' Ol A6t0. are duriii fat, vim? and the - -1 .My-.--.. -..e.,.s.,.7m -X,-v--Q-33937, , 31 it ' ie aiifbi ' -A Mc, ..q 0 'ff 7 I K4 5 ' 2' iff,-V 'ff' . ati... eji- ,:'lf.s.'? .A .MQ tx 1 . , 4 , yxzfzvq, :,:?:1,..k ,4 k 'f Y35-'L axi-ae! 1. :Q ,iff -- 'sit iw . Tiff?-1 fi. '-Eff f, H .L Y 1-ffsilflfl f , ' 'Q 'fix " " W- - . 'Hg' 1, V ,IM -,, . f'3fl5"": 'gf' it l A 1 J ig.sE'E.., ,git 1 5, , ,s f f , A H '.. 1.37-.Q ' ,, A. , 1 N , t .,,Q-'x,,v,:...- mn, ..,, E k 1 4, . v ,, .- .. iijwiaxx- s-fr? '-,',' .' fi c.,r.w '- , " 'I . pg--1 Y , 11'Al1 llllillllilli llllllllllE ll. lllfllllllf, 'Ui' 11111 ll llll il1llllL illlt Tltilllllll llllllllillll Rear Admiral Murray graduated from the Naval Academy in 1911. Following graduation, he spent three years with the Fleet before reporting for flight training at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida in 1914, Winning his wings in 1915, he was designated Naval Aviator No. 22. Rear Admiral Murray's impressive record includes service cis Aeronautical tvtaterial Inspector, first Commanding Cf. ficer of the Naval Air Station, Anacostia, D. C., service at San Diego Naval Air Station, Sauadran Cjgmmgndef with the Pacific and Asiatic Fleets, Senior Naval Aviator at Naval Academy, Assistant Aide to ft-,Q Qommonder in Chief, Battle Farce, in the Bureau of Aeronautics, Executive Officer of the USS Wright and Naval Attache in London, Paris, Berlin and the Hague. ln March 1941 he became Commanding Officer of the USS Enterprise, which ship was later cited by the President af the United States for its courageous efforts in the Pacific. Rear Admiral Murray was awarded the Navy Cross on May 29, 19-42 tor his "Courage and resaarqefalnegs in saving his ship from serious damage" while under heavy bombardment in enemy waters. The Distinguished Service Medal was presented to him on Moy 1, 1943, by Rear Admiral John S. tv'icCain, Chief at the Bureau of Aeronautics. He also holds the Vera Cruz Campaign Medal and the 1Norld Wcir Victory lvleclal with Bronze Star. Page 27 +1 'll sk -K -K 41 41 REAR AIHIRAL CII NLE Nlil NN, ll N Clll il MNT N. il. I. T. ll. - .il. T. C. Rear Admiral Charles P. Mason, USN, assumed his duties as Commandant of the Naval Air Training Center on July 15, l943, following a distinguished career in Naval Aviation. After graduation from the Naval Academy in l9l2, he reported for flight training at Pensacola, Florida, Winning his wings in l9l7, he was designated Naval Aviator No. 52. Admiral Mason has had a prominent part in the development of Naval Aviation. During the years following the World War, he organized the first Seaplane Patrol Squadron in the Pacific, led the first long-distance squadron flight ever attempted by the Navy, and conducted the Navy's first test of a carrier's functions in fleet maneuvers. Admiral Mason has served on the USS Langley, USS Saratoga, and USS Yorktown. The Navy Cross was presented to him for outstanding service as skipper of the ill-fated USS l-lornet at the time of her gallant fight against over- whelming odds off Santa Cruz. l-le was later commander of a taslc force of converted carriers in the South Pacific Area, and subsequently was made commander Air Solomon lslands. He remained in command of the Air Force in Guadalcanal Area for two months psi 'k ir ir UAPTAI . 0. 11101101ll1111LL,l1l1 CHIEF 0F TAFF Captain E. O. McDonnell reported to the Naval Air Training Center to assume duties as Chief of Staff in June 1943, following one of the most spectacular careers in the annals of Naval history. Captain McDonnell was graduated from the Naval Academy in 1912 and later received his flight training at Pensacola, Florida. He was designated as Naval Aviator No. 18. . ' Captain McDonnell's impressive record includes service on board battleships USS New Jersey, Montana and Florida, thefirst Commanding Officer of Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, commanded an aviation unit aboard the battleship Texas, Air Officer of Eastern Sea Frontier Command. , Q In April 1914, while acting as occupational signal officer of the landing at Vera Cruz, he was cited for "extra- ordinary heroism under fire" and awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, he holds the Navy Cross and other awards for campaigns in Europe, South America and the Far East. . . 9.211 f . ' , . 'V Q ,V E I it f. b - . yi CVS., E VA l , ' ,,,., 1 , . I - I I,l.lEl1i'fgll3 It E A yy by if M If M , . A 3 , . . ' ffl 4, ' 11,5 I ' Q f to V . ' r - I V A f,, ' .X , I X Page'29 'ir ir Clllllllil llllll F. lllllllllllli, UN... SllPllRllllTlllllll NT 0F illllil'l'Ill THAI ING Commander F. Bruner assumed duties as Superintendent of Aviation Training in December 1943. Since graduating from flight training at Pensacola, Florida in l929, Commander Bruner has had an active part in Naval Aviation. l-le was graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy in i927 and served the usual tours of sea duty until selected for flight training. His service record includes duty with a Utility Squadron, original VF-3 Squadron on board the USS Lex- ington, with Pacific Battle Fleet, USS Langley. After a tour of duty as an instructor at Pensacola, he was ordered to a Patrol Squadron in the Caribbean, with further assignments to the North Atlantic, Hawaiian Area and the Aleutians. l-le was presented the Air Medal for meritorious achievement in battling Jap sub marines. Page 30 if ir UAPTAI II. T. IIWEII, ll II COMMANDING OFFICER OF THE NAVAL AIR STATION Captain Owen reported aboard in February I943 and served as Commanding Officer of the Naval Air Station. He received his flight training at Pensacola, Florida and won his wings in December, IQI7. Since then he has seen aviation duty afloat and ashore. I-Ie was co-pilot in the first naval aircraft to make a Transcontinental flight and conducted the first mass parachute jumps from high altitudes while at Anacostia, D. C. Captain Owen served as Commandant of the Naval Operating Base, Commanding Officer, Naval Air Station, Argentia, Newfoundland. On December 7, I94I, he was in command of USS Curtis at Pearl Harbor when that ship sank a Jap submarine. After duty- at Pearl Harbor, he was ordered to duty as Commanding Officer of Patrol Wing 5 at Norfolk, Virginia. ir 'A' ir CIIMIIIII II It Ii. It. SIG Eli EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF THE NAVAL AIR STATION Commander R. B. Signer, Executive Officer of the Naval Air Station, arrived here following tours of varied surface and aviation duty in the fleet. Commander Signer entered the U. S. Naval Academy in I9I6 and was graduated in the Class of I92O. I-Ie was later ordered to Pensacola, Florida for flight training and won his wings in I924. After several years of duty with a VO Squadron aboard the USS Mississippi and USS New Mexico, he returned. to Pensacola in I926 as a Flight Instructor. ' Other tours of duty were aboard the USS Saratoga and December 7, T941 found him Executive Officer and Air Officer of the USS Tangier in the South Pacific Area. Page SI - LIEUTENANT Clllrli EL RICHARD C. MA Glllllll Illlltlll It UFFICERI CHARG illlIATl0t CADET Pillllllll T Lieutenant Colonel Richard C. Mangrurn, former Officer in Charge, Aviation Cadet Regiment, is one of the-lvlarine Corps' outstanding fliers of this war. I Lieutenant Colonel Mangrum has seen years of active duty with the U. S. Marine Corps and is a veteran aviator, having won his wings at Pensacola in 1928. , His Dive Bombing Squadron based at Pearl Harbor onthat eventful day in Qecember l94i, was the first to land on Guadalcanal. For his outstanding service in the Pacific, he 'was presented with the Navy Cross and the Distinguished Flying Cross. Page 32 III i if LT. lIOL. .IIIII W. IIPP, Jr., III MII OFFICER IN CHARGE, AVIATION CADET REGIMENT Lieutenant Colonel John W. Sapp returned from duty in the South Pacific to assume duties as Officer in Charge, Aviation Cadet Regiment in April I944. After graduating from the Naval Academy in I934, he reported for flight training at Pensacola, Florida, and won his wings in I937. Lieutenant Colonel Sapp served with the Marine Aircraft Wing in I937 at San Diego, California, in I94O, he assumed duties as a Flight Instructor at Miami, Florida. In I942, he was sent to the South Pacific with the second Torpedo Bombing Squadron to, be formed by the U. S. Marine Corps. They landed on Guadalcanal in February T943 and were in action at New Georgia Island and Bougainville. ' For outstanding service in the South Pacific, he was presented the Air Medal, Bronze Star Medal and campaign rpwedals for participating in several actions in the Solomons Area. iff' 'ir 'A' L'I'.xllIIMIIlII IIIIR G. S. STEPHEN IIIII EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF THE AVIATION CADET REGIMENT Lieutenant Commander George S. Stephenson assumed duties as Executive Officer of the Aviation Cadet Regiment in December I943. He has had various duties since first receiving his com- mission in the U. S. Naval Reserve in January l942, as a member of the first indoctrination class at Naval Air Station, Quonset Point, Rhode Island. Reporting aboard in April I942, he has served in the Fifth, Eighth and Ninth Battalions of the Cadet Regiment. Graduating from Princeton University in I925, he came into the Navy after sixteen years in the Bankingbusiness in New York City. CXR ,xi X . f ,fl IXAX Page 33 wp,gir 49 f' wf If 1 ff . ww E f 4 f .fym ,, 7 r .V W ,, , . ,, , I -f A - ' , Wt? 1 UAPTIA . . MILLER, UN ll lilll UHAPLAI After more than twenty-three years of distinguished service that involved the spiritual vveltare ot thousands ot Naval Personnel and their families, Captain T. C. Miller, USN, came to Corpus Christi as Senior Chaplain of the Naval Air Training Center. A Chaplain iviiller's enviable record includes service on board the USS Maryland, USS Frederick with assignments ashore on Guam, San Diego and the Hawaiian area. He was at Pearl Harbor vvhen the Japs attacked in December l94l. Page 34 4.1-I ln order that fhose on duty will have an opporfunny to worshup, services are held in one of the hangers. People leaving the chapel after one of the many services each Sunday. J Y Y. ...4f.i' N ' fi ff x x 1 Y A If V-WI' A , +gN,:lf,,: x f , ,,,. I , V A 'Fw A ..,-W h TTWRAE YV I W, . , ' ,V4 f, , V, 5 fl ,,,6 9 I .V 3 ' ,I , .ffl if C fl' ,, JDYQ if Fr ,J 'fa ' ' In 3, F N ' f J 47 ' 1 y New if X 'Q Af, , f ' ff Af j V' Vlly 1 . V ' , l l , ,,,,V M , ll , ll' ' A yf 1 ' A 1 , A , 1 " Z 5 , W M V y an , Q V ff VT , , 3 J l ' All RP. l . Captain J. R. Poppen CMCJ USN. Captain J. R. Thomas CMCJ USN The Medical Department, with its various units and fine staff ot Flight Surgeons, is in charge of the general health program tor all the Aviation Cadets reporting aboard the Naval Air Training Center. The Cadet Dispensary, under the supervision of the Flight Surgeon, is a separate and com- plete unit ot the Medical Department. lt has the responsibility ot checking the cadets tre- quently tor minor ailments and administering the proper treatment so that their flight training may go on without interruption. The skill ot the Flight Surgeon is used to diagnose the physical and mental detects resulting from the rigid flight training schedule. Early diagnosis and prompt treatment play a large part in keeping the cadets tit and ready to tly. 72 Upper Left: Commander C. P. Hungate, USNR . . . Upper Right: Lt. Commander A. F. Shirmer, USNR . . . Lower: Ensign A. J. Cross and Lieutenant Commander E. H. Pattison, Flight Surgeons, Cadet Dispensury, lllUll L ll 'Jr Ellllll - .---, , f Y V :L-?..,. Q x We 3' 5 i xx K 1 ff . 5 ,t all Q ' 2 2 E -. v fl f Q ' ,YSL Q.. fx ZF.. . -K... LW f xxlhffk Commander M. Goodman, USNR. Liemen Page 36 t C an ommander R' E' Kelly' USN' Lieutenant J. F. Lalley, USNR. 71- YXKKTYXXXXX X The Dental Corps, an integral part of the Medical Department, has the task of checking the dental work of every cadet reporting aboard the Naval Air Training Center. This huge task requires the services of a large, well- trained and experienced staff of Dental Officers to administer the proper treatment and to advise cadets on their dental problems. That tense moment when the dentist first looks in your mouth and says, "hmmm". ,k rs. X . The Dental Clinic is one of the finest equipped units on the station. The Officers hold a meeting of the safety board. The cadets hold a similar meeting. so f 72 Uiillllll Left: Commander J. C. Phoshep- ney, USN, Commissary Officer for the Naval Air Station, and Officer in Charge of the Cadet Mess, re- ported aboard in April l942, after a tour of duty as Supply Officer aboard the USS Utah, stationed at Pearl l-larbor. l-le is a veteran of 33 years in the Naval Service and has had service ashore and afloat in various capacities. Cutting off those nice juicy steaks for the ' evening meal. f , wwf! in rt pi f 1 . T - ei is t l f , 'il N i i, l , , 3 i i i 2 i ' ' i I . l 1 i ' i i , i ' i i I ' l 4 4 l it Y T 1 i i XX it i l N i ill T lj fih ill u it li i, if I it it it li Y .. PA., Through the facilities of the Cadet Mess, the thousands of Aviation Cadets reporting ahoard the Naval Air Training Center are served the finest food: available. All meals are prepared in the galleys, hy Chefs and are served family-style, so that cadets are afforded an opportunity to satisfy their huge appe- tites. The excellent food and fine service at the Cadet Mess has been a great help in maintaining good morale. lr if if M, Q, Chefs inspect and prepare food for those hungry cadets. if ir -9 iiirlmgif -i gnupg Commander John L. Chittenson, USN, Commanding Officer, Rodd Auxiliary Naval Air Station Rllllll FIELD , Rodd Auxiliary Naval Air Station, commissioned on June 7, l94l, is the home of the land-based Bomber Squadron l8C, The syllabus is designed to give the cadets specialized training in bombing tactics while flying multi-engine "Beech-Crafts". Rodd Field is named in honor of that distinguished Aviator, Lieutenant Commander Herbert C. Rodd, USN. lt is a splendid monument commemorative of the pioneering work he did in the progress of Naval Aviation. He was awarded the Navy Cross for "Distinguished Service in the line of his profession", the Air Force Cross from Great Britain, and the "Order of the Tower and Sword" from Portugal for his part in the first successful trans-Atlantic flight as a member of the crew of the seaplane NC-4. Lieutenant Commander Rodd was killed in a plane crash at East Camp Flying Field, Hampton Roads, Virginia, June l5, l932. Commander John L. Chittenden, USN, assumed command of Rodd Field in November l943, following a tour of active duty in the Aleutiansf After graduating from the U. S. Naval Academy in i932 he served on board the USS Colorado as Communication Watch Officer. ln l935 he was ordered to Pensacola, Florida for flight training, winning his wings in l936. Other tours of duty included service on board Cruiser Quincy, Patrol Squadron at Pearl Harbor on December 7, l94l, Commander of a squadron in Aleutians. Action in the Aleutians gained for him the Air Medal for "his courageous launch- ing of. a lone dive-bombing attack against enemy installations in Kiska Harbor, completing the mission despite the fact that his craft was heavily iced". Page 40 'A' 'A' X --wc - f 4 f,. ---N Y--. .Y H, M Qt Vi l l i-il I lg l, -l c Ll Coboniss Field, o seporote cmd complete unit of the lslovol Air lrciining Center, Corpus Christi, hos focilities for ine structing the oviotion codets through their Bosic stoge of Flight Trciining. Squcidron l2C ond IQD initiote the fledgling flyer into the intricocies of heovier oirplones ond formotion flying. Nomed in honor of Commonder Robert Vifright Cciboniss, USN, the lxlcivcil Aviotor who so obly served with the U. S. Novy in Centrol ond South Arnerico. It hos fcicilities for not only the instruction of codets, but for their cmdministrotion ond recrecition. During Commonder Cobciniss' tour of duty, he wos instrumentczl in promoting the progress of Novol Avio- tion through vorious experiments. For exceptionol ond outstonding work in the Coribbeon Areo, he wos oworded the "Order of the Bust of Bolivcir", by the Republic of Venezuelci, He lost his life in ci crosh on Ncivosso Islond in the West Indies. At one time Coboniss Field gcive Prirnory instruction to coders, but now operciting under the new syllobus, it functions only os on lntermediote troining stcition. Commonder S. P, Weller, USN, reported oboord the Novol Air Troining Center in September l943. After o tour of duty os on officer in chorge of Aviotion Troining, Commonder Weller wcis oppointed Commonding Officer of Coboniss Field in December l943. Commonder Weller wos groduotecl from the Ncivcil Acoclerny in l93O cind lctter served in the USS Oklohomo ond severol yeors on Destroyers. In 1934 he wcis ordered to Penscicolci, Florido for flight trciining. He received his wings in l935. Commonder Weller's record includes service cts Aviotion Observer in Austrolio, Stoll Commonder ol Allied Novol Forces in Austrolio, Pcitrol Squodrons in Aleutions, Potrol Squciclrons in Ponomci Areo, He come to the Novo! Air Troining Center ofter hoving served in the South Pocific Areo since the wor begon. 's19Cx i . T F Commander S. P. Weller, USN, Commanding Offi- cen Ccbonks Auxmary Naval Air Station I Page 4l , ilzwfn' . Ueutenant Conunonder Kenneth R. Smhh USN, Commandng OHken Cuddihy Auxiliary Naval Air Station llllllllll FIELD Cuddihy Field is The home of Squadron l2A. At This field cadets are instructed in The Basic Stages of flight Training. lt is a complete unit within The Naval Air Training Center organization. Cuddihy Field was named in honor of Lieutenant George Thomas Cuddihy, who was one of The outstanding Aero- nautical Experimenters in Naval Aviation History. Graduating from The Naval Academy in l9l8 vvith a further assignment to flight training at Pensacola, he won his wings in l92O. , Since Then Lieutenant Cuddihy has played an important part in theudevelopment of Naval Aviation. ln l923, he was commended by The Secretary of The Navy for his gunnery efficiency and in l927, for his highly successful flight over the Andes Mountains. He was posthumously awarded The Distinguished Flying Cross for extraordinary achievement while participating in i929 for The purpose of determining The flat spin characteristics of The F-4B-l Type airplane, at great personal risk. Lieutenant Cuddihy vvas killed in a crash while Testing an airplane at The Naval Air Station, Anacostia, Washington, D. C. Lieutenant Commander Kenneth R. Smith assumed duties as Commanding Officer at Cuddihy Field on December lQ, l943. He entered The Naval Reserve in l9l7 and later became a member of The Yale University Unit when it was taken over by the Navy Department. He received his flight Training vvith that unit and vvas designated Naval Aviator No. 87. During World War l he served in various capacities at Naval Bases in England and France. He was attached to Sub-operating bases as Engineering Officer, flevv first sub-patrol planes in French Waters, and was later assigned to night bombing of enemy obiectives until the war ended. He has been awarded The Navy Cross, Croix de Guerre with Palm, French Legion of Honor with rank of Chevalier. Page 42 ir 'Ir ir 'A' ir ir Ill VILLE FIELD Under the command of Commander D. S, lviclviahon, Kingsville Auxiliary Air Station was commissioned on July 4, l942. Commander McMahon was executive officer of a squadron of PBY's that made a non-stop flight from San Diego to Panama in 22 hours, a record at that time. He also engaged in another nan-stop flight of two PBY's from Panama to Anacostia, D. C. Located almost 35 miles southwest of the main station, near Kingsville, Texas, it is the largest of the auxiliary air fields. Kingsville Field is, as are the other outlying fields, an integral unit in itself. Here, the cadet takes his advanced specialized flight training necessary for the use of service type planes of the fleet. Kingsville is the home of Fighter and Dive Bomber Squadrons and continues the training that has already been given by the other squadrons on the center. Students pile up many hours of gunnery, formations, acrobatics, navigation, and night flying In N b ' ' ovem er i9-42, Commander Thweatt became Commanding Officer af the Station. Prior to reporting aboard the Naval Air Station, he was Assistant Air Officer aboard the USS Wright, an Aviation Tender with the Pacific Fleet. Commander Thweatt enlisted in Naval Aviation in April i9l7. He trained at Pensacola, and after intensive training was sent to France. Following trainin in b th l d s A ' ' g o an and -eaplanes, he was assigned to coastal patrol over the English Channel and the Bay of Biscay. 1-.li . . 4 we t 'full ' .-.- ff f k,.,,X,, . i ,I sv fi , ' .,,.. ' v Commander Troy N. Thweatt, USN, Commanding Officer, Kingsville Aux- iliary Naval Air Station Page 43 X 1-I r .,, we ..,,,f?,, .x ,M , , ,M 'M 4 Lieutenant Commander Ira Smalling USN, Commanding Officer, Waldron Auxiliary Naval Air Station, WAL FIELD Waldron Field, home of Squadron 16A and 1613, is a self contained Auxiliary Station and has all the facilities neces- sary for the administration, instruction and entertainment the hundreds of cadets training here require. The syllabus is devoted to specialized training of Torpedo Bomber Pilots. Waldron Field, commissioned in April 1943, was dedicated to the memory of that outstanding Naval Aviator, Lieu- tenant Commander J. C. Waldron, USN. He was the famous skipper of Torpedo Squadron 8, who led his squadron against hopeless odds to meet the Japs, in the battle of Midway Island. It was in this action that he lost his life and Naval Aviation lost a gallant Pilot. Training at a field named in honor of this courageous skipper, future Torpedo Bomber Pilots share the heritage that makes Naval Aviation a dynamic factor in this world struggle for Freedom. Lieutenant Commander Ira Smalling reported aboard this Center in September 1942, as Gunnery Officer. In July 1943, he became Commanding Officer of Waldron Field, replacing Lieutenant Commander Charles T. Fritter. Lieutenant Commander Smalling entered the Navy during World War I and served on the Destroyers USS Barry, USS Dale and the Submarine K-7. After the war he returned to college and maiored in Engineering and Economics. He re-enlisted in the U. S. Naval Reserve in April 1924 and reported for primary flight training at Great Lakes, Illinois. In 1926 he was sent to Hampton Roads, Virginia for advanced training and received his commission as an Ensign in October 1926. , Since then he has had various assignments connected with Naval Aviation. He has been connected with Aviation Cadet Training Program since 1935. Page 44 9 ,Y uv, CX! Hi' yi V. l llHi-li FIELD Chase Field, named in honor of Lieutenant Commander Nathan Grown Chase, USN, pioneer and early experimenter of Naval Aviation, is the only one of the Auxiliary Fields that devotes its entire syllabus to instrument training. Lieutenant Commander Chase entered the Naval Academy at Annapolis in l908, and after graduation, served in various capacities, ashore and afloat, until assigned to the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida for flight training in l9l6. After two years at Pensacola, he had a chain of commands until l9l9, when he was sent to Carlstrom Field, Florida, where he underwent training in land machines. l-le ioined the USS Aroostook, Flagship, Aircraft Squadron Battle Fleet in October of l922 and served there until his untimely death, in a plane crash near Pearl Harbor on June 23, l925, Instrument training consists of two stages-the first consists of level, climbing and gliding turns, stalls, spins, unusual positions, and several different patterns, which teach the student pilot timing and smoothness. The second stage is entirely devoted to the flying of beams, and radio ranges. Much of the time spent in this squadron is spent on the ground, in Link Trainers. By the time the cadet has completed this course, he has acquired a knowledge of orientation, beam bracketing, unknown beam work, and recognition of a high and low cone. Commissioned .lune l, lf?-43, Chase Field is now under the command of Commander A. R. Nash, USN. Commander Nash is a graduate of the Naval Academy and also a graduate of the training at Naval Air Station, Penscola, Florida, where he received the wings of the Naval Aviator. Commander Nash has spent eighteen years of service in Naval Aviation, and has servecl with Scout Squadrons, Fighter Squadrons and Patrol Squadrons. lt was in the capacity of Operations Officer of a Patrol Wing based at Naval Air Station, Seattle, Washington, that he saw duty in the Northwest Pacific and Alaskan areas, on the outbreak of hos- tilities with Japan. l-le reported aboard the Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, Texas, July 30, l943, fresh from action in the Aleutians campaign. Commander A. R. Nash, USN, Com- manding Officer, Chase Auxiliary Naval Air Station 5 A kv -E . . . 5 2 y i ' Q,- 5 S 1- mit .tiilfl Q .7491 3 Jr ' X c x Emi 'Ir if 'A' ' . A w. Qt5nw::' -W xi-,glv--nf ff -- -1 'wrqg 1 af-y-.,,-gg. , rv. f ---1 - , 'gfwitff VHF, E-2 1. . 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Tossing this ball around develops plenty of muscle. ! 1 An exciting moment in a basketball lOUl'hCm6Y1f AfC Ott demonstrates his boxing form with which he has won many contests. Omenf Wfmmenr. inn f ,555-' ' uhm af , fifk?-v'3"'. L ' li :'Z"fX"Q X4-,Q .. ,, if ,f-" V' , '.,,wn.M lr. -ve 5 ' . . A mhavi' . e hh .B V... ' X ,gf-"' More Phfsmui rfci-wg 'L,,5, PAI59 F-gn ...W-H. .. Q v X I Vg. ,,,,XN7:ijig i "'-n 31 , I fn' H I , .wh -..x if w . .,.. . N v. . K,-L .... an- .,1 -rf, 1 if ,,-2. MJF' za," . 'if' :ff wh' ,INK M ..,..f !e!'!" fm 2' 'L 2 g life., .aww VM, 1 ' Zfj . . ,, ., y f f 27 . 4 2 .Zi g i LIEUTENANT L. M. BE:-iANNoN Lieutenant L. M. Behannon assumed duties as Officer in Charge of Ground Training School and Ground Training Schools NATC in November l943. Since reporting aboard The Naval Air Station in January 1942, he has served as Personnel and Execu- tive Officer of Ground School. - Lieutenant Bohannon entered the Naval Service in l94l after having served as Aerology Instructor at N. A. S. He is a graduate of Sam Houston State Teachers College, the University of Texas and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree. Prior to entering the Naval Service he was asso- ciated with the Alice, Texas, Public Schools. He also worked for the Oxford lnstitute of Chicago and was an Instructor in Civil Aeronautics. -k if if 'A' ir LIEUTENANT KARL LITZENBERG Lieutenant Karl Litzenberg, Executive Officer of the Ground Training School, reported aboard the Naval Air Station in May l943, after having completed an indoctrination course at Quonset Point, Rhode island. Prior to entering the Naval Service, he was a Professor and Administrative Official at the University of Michigan. He-was educated at Universities 'of Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Copenhagen, Denmark and holds B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. Degrees. Lieutenant Litzenberg was first assigned to duty as Assistant Ground Training Officer, Squadron l8B, and later assumed duties as Executive Officer of the Ground Training School. During this tour of duty, he aided in writing VPB Lectures, revising VPB instructional material and establishing a Ground Training lnstructor's School. .His instructor's manual "Teaching Aviation Cadets", was published by Naval Air Training Bases and is to be revised under the Naval Air Training Base Ground Training Officer, for use throughout the Naval Air Training Command. rw V i -SUI-ned 12 - Ch K .inm Uhles L 9 Sthool or N H G! Zemher 1943 h Siqtion r SCHHSI ,f Ondf ita- H A . Naval Sent' EVOI , cm an instruct, OU5h0n 04: hSX as and hott: tig- he WGS Circ. Q N 1370015 He ah: ICOQO and Wai 7ENBERG Otticer at the the Navai completed an Rhode Island. he was a the University Universities at ennart to any as Othcer at f this tour 0 revising VP5 0 Ground fg manual by Naval under the Otticer, W cmmaftd' f I .,.-,.2 ., ,1- . f ' A, HI: .A xv 4. fi ' '1 ' r . V' V 5' ,',. 5, ,. I-' '. ' y 2 U' A 1 9-wfwfm ' ,fr V JF, -L ,6 f f ff ,f ,f , H I ,fm . Wa, fvnff 5, . f A 4. I," a , f f ' 'Mfafffif W, f 'WW an Q W, .,.,,,W,., ..... ,ff , X 311- , 1 .Q 5 N., X ff-f , 7, J ff? , 4 4 , .. W, x , In 1 ,',.,L'.'j X ' N.. , y Q ll-up xhfdmu ,mu fwv na n, nuff fl nn Hug 1.hhw1 lunl, lhvu .,H ..n ,-. . Hun --nl umj-'l V- H' I I 1 v Lg-Ivxhnl numgulmu .x x'vJ4.-.1 i- Yhrsv ' x lb 4 f-,ix Scav- r"" Q fl :Ari 4 , 1 , ,V , , 1 1 gt , N l it c fi. 6,255 i w l R l l v I If 'l ll... l l l , I l I 1 A l l l l l ll il li I2 l These cadets receive plenty of training in the use of machine guns from these corpsmen. This potential flyer gets the idea of a real fighter plane cockpit from this imitation of the real navy planes. ,T si f t ll I 5 . tiff Vi Q ll, I W! fiugiggf-273,-,'I'Q',4'fz' fggilg a -' ' '- . ., "1'..1fZ'1C1l'2'.'Li.Zl7.1L'.i.'!.',1.!,: ',', r v -que, J..-L '12':.".1','1'fIZ.TlJCfJLf71f'7"'i?Z':i"':7'r'1f'1'1'.2 5153" F115-1vH :ji:Z2"C'5,':Li.':fJT,1 111 ' 2 LTZ..":1g,-L31 f-,f-f,fLT,::"-' 521111-'IILLZ Il.Z',1"U' rl-4,-"' .ILST17T'f4...-A ,, -Z""'fT1'1'3!,..l'A!1 " - 4-J,...,.,.-,f,-. ,..-, , , , ... . f. : , :. -ff - --- Ms-..-.'..-,.,,.... . . f 4., . .f,. . . ,, .. ,., , , ,,.--41, , ,,.,.-. .--.,-.l fgxii-1. , .131 ,.,, f- '55, fy -,-L.. ,,ff,.,,,,,fg13,335fj-"j3,:,-,3-gg,-ffg,,f'.,:3-cr.. :,:,,..,. .. ,. azgggfl-45,g5j'jvf54 V, Q rn-V g 4 sf-,: V'-f x Y,,f+,-Mgr: , . LL- we j,L.3-...ff WV ,W Q 'mr-Ln. ' - "" - , ', ""f7'S' Q , il "V x"'fY"'f"'1"""4"f 'Q ,,...-.,. - . , 1 Z i 3 j , lil i , ,t il ll 1 i i t pt it 4 'J fl l t . il ,t li fi fp. tl LJ 3-I l' ' A I l t f., SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron 12A Lieutenant figj C. F. Gimber, USNR Chief Flight Instructor. CBT. Lieutenant R. V. Wilhelm, USNR Executive Officer. i,. lil. ,I ii, i,' ! t - l t Upon a cadet's completion of Primary Training at one of the many bases in the United States, he arrives in Corpus Christi to begin his first Training in the heavy, service type aircraft hangared at either Cabaniss or Cuddihy Fields. The plane which he flies has many of the standard combat controls and instruments. This is the use of the SNV-l. After several hours of dual instruction devoted to take-offs, landings, and fundamental maneuvers, a cadet is checked by a navy instructor and if successfully passed, allowed to solo the Vultee CSNV-li. Squad ron 'I 2A instructors. i it L 5 l t. 28: 'if af if if f il lil 1 A i if ir I Lieutenant Commander H. D. Love- well, USNR, Commanding Offi- L35 ' x -A -.?' ...tg ' S " -SNR, .. l t ir 'A' SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron 12B Lieutenant W. W. Hunker, USN Executive Officer. Lieutenant R. C. Kirmse, USNR Commanding Officer. Lieutenant A. W. Hanthorn, USNR Chief Flight Instructor. 'I and cuomi-:Y FIELD With about ten hours solo to his credit a cadet begins formation flying This type of air work consists of cross-overs, step-up and step-down V formations and echelons Toward the end of hls formation flights formation take-offs are made. Finishing this phase of his training a cadet leaves the ready room of Cuddihy Field well prepared to go to Instrument Training with fundamentals of service type aircraft well in his mind vm ' , f uk if -if -my -if iii' li':?f451?2E 1-'ii51fii'3!1?:-f55f?"g71?'f'Li?5ifiF' ff T71-it 573-l5ii5'f is 1 5 '52 5 5213 3-5f?",liQ:':?i??Si2ff5EL5f A 5 it ' ' ' ' .a.a-...i..f..s..w- .defuse I ' SENIOR OFFICERS 1 ' I of Squadron-. I2C K. 1. Q Lieutenant R. W. Lund, USN, Execu- tive Officer. ' f Lieutenant Commander J. C. Linde . K , - M I say, USNR, Commanding Officer. ' Lieutenant J. E. Brant, USNR, Chief Flight Instructor. With a great many cadets coming to Corpus Christi to begin their training in service type aircraft, it was necessary to commission two fields to give instructions to cadets in basic flying. Cabaniss Field is quite similar to Cuddihy Field. When cadets arrive at Cabaniss, the Navy's future aviators begin their training in flying and the many important ground school subiects. Navigation is considered of maior importance in ground school, while a thorough study of Engines, Aerodynamics and Gunnery go to make up the rest of this syllabus. Squadron 'I2C instructors. ' ' V I , I ' - ' v , F I fi Xxx 1 ' ff I , if 'X j Z ' ' ' S ' ' ' ' f - I ' 2 f 2 4 1 ' X. if Z X - .. . . , fl Ju -' - -- V f Y -.,,,,,,v YT.. Wv A, , A .........,.,.,..m,..T..,. .3 .I fi ,A . I N .M if ir if if it nk if SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron l2D Lieutenant R. C. Tylutki, USN, Ex ecutive Officer. Lieutenant Commander E. P. Hill USNR, Commanding Officer. Lieutenant S. S. Thompson, USNR, Chief Flight Instructor. s T CABAN!SS FIELD Cabaniss Field, like all of the Naval Air Training Center Auxiliary fields, has complete facilities with which to train its students. The well-known Vultee trainer is used for basic flying. To relieve the strain of a hard day's work on its personnel, bowling, billiards, tennis swimming hand ball or any other type of athletics are enjoyed by officers, cadets and enlisted personnel. lt is from these Basic Fields that come the Naval Aviators that will be the Navys airborne contribution to our country's freedom. , Squadron 'I2D instructors. if if -If ir 1. . , ..L. Ja .A , - 7 I fi f,""f? if '36 :." M ,a1""- fi' .L ,',4 vrrqf. w 1 xgfi-rf' ' ' H9 , .., V . at 1, ilu. 1, ' ', , . ' n r.'2 - 1 x'.,f:a' 9 r v A I-2 1, ,4"f' 5'1" 3221, J, .-: gg. ,vb 5, yy. ,, 3 P, , 'am-J? ' Wifi' Y: 'wt 1' f,-f sf, -fxglw 31" .,I ,ig Q I, -' 'Q-i'f: ix H1 .5:. , ..5,,2f-W ., V, fx. . ,. 1 , f .X 4 1 . '51 , 4, N- , 1 a ws-,, I in 1' 1 V.: f A W fr 1 ,.r, 1 .. -x . .. ' --'V .2 b ,..w ,,. ..-1. f ' W ef if , ,pa 'Jr 1 ,asf QQ ' 4 .M , -W, K 1 2 fl ,,,, ,M r 3 Q .yn K. H R-.une 5- - --N., N -. f f,,, . f 25..- J gyjjfi lv! Q 1 ' ff'?.'L' V Z.. , .,.-af ff fgfz , A :ff .- A V N 1 " ' ' , f. 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V zgqgyg Ms ji, W 4 Z f 2 9 5 5 Q Z 2 k Q 4 r I if I .Q y , I H? mhnm I awww SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron 13A Lieutenant J. A. Mohlman, USNR Executive Officer. Lieutenant J. L. Russ, USNR, Com manding Officer. Chief Flight Instructor. llltll 3-ll lt has been stated that Naval Aviators are the best in the world. ln the complete training program very few, if any, items pertaining to aviation, are left untouched. T If, due to unforeseen circumstances, a naval aviator encounters poor weather and visual reference to the earth is eliminated, he is well equipped to continue his flight with the aid of the instruments in his plane without the danger of getting into an undesirable attitude and causing a fatal accident. lt is the purpose of the Main Base Instrument Squadron to train its students in blind flying and radio work. The Link Trainer is used to give cadets simulated instrument and radio flying before he is scheduled for a regular flight in a Vultee or an SNJ. Training in the Link is the same used in actual flight, therefore, a cadet has a good idea of what is expected of him and hovv to do it correctly before his first actual flight. Squadron 13A instructors. it if Captain J. D. Thomson, USMCR, i 2 Ei if ir in -if SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron l3B Lieutenant ligl T. A. Dougherty, USNR, Chief Flight Instructor. Lieutenant Commander R. Dickey, Jr., USNR, Commanding Officer. Lieutenant P. Goldbeck, USNR, Ex ecutive Officer. cmcf l 3 B iNstRuMENts Instrument training is divided into two stages. The first ten flights consist of level flying, climbing and gliding turns, stalls, unusual positions and several different patterns which give the student correct timing and smoothness. The second stage is devoted to radio procedure. With this knowledge in radio in his mind, a cadet is given a check on his work during which he uses methods of orientation, beam bracketing, unknown beam work, and let-down procedures, which, if done correctly, will bring him back to his field. When this course is completed, cadets are sent to an advanced squadron, where, even included in the advanced syllabus, instrument flying is again stressed in order to keep them thoroughly prepared for any unexpected instrument flying. Squadron l3B instructors. 3 H, f I i-If ik tk' 'Ar it T if , - .Y.,, .. .,.,, ,,,., ,,,,... .,.. -. --4 -f-- f- -my-r--fi-'A..f-" , ,, ,,,,1,,m.,1y:f1::g:m:-,X,.,.,2,,....1,3:q5:gggf . P if i Squadron 'ISC instructors. ' SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron I3C Lieutenant figj C. W. Hillinshead USNR, Chief Flight Instructor. Lieutenant Cigl R. K. Griffin, USNR Executive Officer. Lieutenant Commander E. S. Spang Ier, USNR, Commanding Officer Sli if Ht if -Af -k +I I I 'Ir 'A' 'A' ir ir Another field was necessary to instruct the overflow of cadets going into their instrument training in Corpus Christi. ln order to cope with the situation in the best way possible, Chase Field, or better known as Beeville, was commissioned on June l, T943, to give cadets necessary instruction in instrument and radio flying The syllabus is the h ' ' some as t at of the Main Base instrument squadrons, except cadets do their radio work on a range. Planes flown are Vultees and SNJ's. The Link Trainer department is well equipped with 48 Link trainers, instructors and maintenance personnel, Chase Field has many facilities with which to offer excellent recreational o ortunities f 't l pp or is personnel. There is a arge swimming pool, Ship's Service, with regular restaurant menus, motion pictures, bowling, billiards and any type of athletics for officers and cadets and enlisted personnel. There is a new chapel which is typical of all auxiliary fields. This Squadron is the largest in the history of Naval Aviation. With over SOO cadets being trained and maintained together in this one Naval Unit Chase Field althou h the t , , g newes squadron in the Naval Air Training Center, is quite capable of turning out the best quality desired in all Naval Aviators. different ll 'C CHASE FIELD Squadron 13C instructors. V I I I . I I I Lv -4 I I I l, I 'I a 4 I- I I I I I I I I I I I is Ig. I: K Y' Taxiing out for takeoff. Vuitees taxiing out for the takeoff. Plane captains meet their planes as each flight is completed. 3. ' 1 1 AEI , I . ' Y'-wr. . ' if -X, f .YW-3w,,,,,,,,, . waz- 0,74 'A ' -g 4'-1-H, .'5fr,2Q,ss,1j , - 43, . The Link Trainers make it possible to fly on instruments without serious danger from mistakes. The landing gear of the Vultee is stationary and reliable. id -AAN 1 v 1 . 1 I 5 I Q., s.. 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X -.--- . - ., I V H W ' ,-r ,,, -,., .....,l,,, , , Wh ,.,,. H ,.,:,,u.,,. . ,.-..M,,,,, . - - 1- - - ---W--'-' 'ff"2"- "' W if N., 'f - 'A' ,Mp ,, ,.V.,.. .,...-.4-.,,,.,,,.,,1,,4M-.,.,.,., M.. ,.. ' 'Q W4 ji, ,,,,.. ,,g..,,.....-...,.f,,.i.u. ,.:.....,..-...,,,...qf.wfM., .....,.,..,,,f,M..f-4- vw' ' "' ,.'.1L L - ' , Q, ,,,,,,..,.,.,..,-,..,.A.,,,,,..M.,,,..Y Y. -w.M,QL,JT,,,,?, A M Mfwrffep , .. ,,...,.,-x. , ,.-+,.-..- ... W..-n M- J-.. Y---u-- .,.. ,X ..-,- Mnov 1.1,,.-,,:, " Gy- -. .,,, F.- .. , , Q. 1, ,,, , ..., ... ,.,,. ,., -., .V V , .V ---.w,.... . . -.-,-en ' rr K .. ,.,...,., ,,.. , -N ...M .,, , .Y . , . , -,.. . N. -f . f,-- , ., , --- . -f.. eML.......-,1:..f':::,, ..,.--'--x----v -M' 'W-rv' ff- , 4- .........4u SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron 14A Lieutenant Commander E. W Hessel, USN, Commanding Offi cer. Lieutenant K. C. Kiekhoeffer, USNR Executive Officer. Lieutenant H. E. Ryman, USNR Administrative Assistant. ist Lieutenant W. B. Howard USMCR, Ground Training Offi cer. ini 14- After completing the instrument training in squadron 13, a cadet advances to one of the six specialized squadrons for final training. The first of these fighter squadrons are l4A and l4C stationed at Kingsville Field. Located about 35 miles southwest of the Main Station in Corpus Christi, Kingsville was commissioned on July 4, 1942. The SNJ indoctrinates the incoming cadets into a smaller and more sensitive type of aircraft. ln this plane, cadets also apply the navigational and basic flying work he has learned in the past months, in other squadrons. Many long hours of training are used to perfect naval efficiency in gunnery, formation, acrobatics, night flying and combat tactics. Squadron 14A instructors. 5 , Q.,- M ,O ff if is ir ir' at utr if n N. RS A W. Q Offi LJSNR JSNR I C'NQfdl 3 Offi- f"77W X Q: 1515 , fry I f 5 f f ' 'A 'hs 1 11' . 'df' ' K 'ff A ' 4' ff' TE" If A r 3 x 455, i l i SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron l4C Lieutenant T. A. Chisholm, USNR, Executive Officer. Lieutenant Commander K. E. Taylor, USN, Commanding Officer. Lieutenant figl O. S. Sanders, USN Chief Flight Instructor. QWJ lfl'C KiNosviLLE FIELD A This fighter squadron syllabus is of great value to its students because of its similarity to combat duty with the regular fleet. Many of the instructors, training cadets, are fighter pilots who have returned from the fleet. The experience which they have obtained under combat conditions, is extremely valuable for the instruction of cadets. Soon after the completion of the course at Kingsville, a cadet receives the wings of a Naval Aviator. He is commis- sioned and sent to an operational base where he accumulates many hours flying time in the specific type plane he is to fly with the fleet. With this last base behind him, a new and reacly Naval Aviator will join the fleet. Squadron 'l4C instructors. i . T l, utr ir SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron 14B l.ieutenantC R Phillips USNR Ex ecutive Officer Lieutenant H F Perrenot USN Commanding Officer Lieutenant C V Zalewski USNR Chief Flight Instructor ti' 'k illlilDl-llll I4-It Fourteen-Boker is a fighter squadron similar to that of Kingsville's l4A and l4C. This is also one of the six advanced squadrons to which o cadet may be sent when his instrument training has been completed. This unit is located at the Main Base and has the responsibility of training a squadron of the Navy's future pilots. The rigorous program includes the familiarization of the North American SNJ and practical application of previous novigotionol troining. Many flights are devoted to gunnery during which a cadet is taught methods of strafing, fixed gunnery, high speed gunnery, and gunnery runs on a target sleeve. Later, experience is gained by actual combat with other flyers with o cornero and film for ammunition. , Formation flying is o necessary form of flying in the last stages of training. lt is through formation flights that cadets learn to oct and think like part of a team. When an aviator has mastered formation flying, he has developed one of the fundamental combat requirements which is essential for a successful fighting unit teamwork, The day soon comes when the cadets hong up their parachutes for the last time at Fourteen B and prepare for their graduation. After completion of course, they are sent to on operation training base 'to acquire more hours of flying time in the Navy's newest fighting planes, before ioining the fleet. Squadron 'l4B instructors. N f , 'A' ir Af if Ui Wen ww, ,485 'x '-..,"l , . u -Q 1 Wi, 'QW I. Above and right Advanced froining uses Vhe SNJ for its CV syllabus. I . . :mg Formation of "J's" during c1dVGnCed training. 'IWW , ff - 7-.mu fr' w av- -' . 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Used mosily by the Marines, these heavy Corsairs are looking for frouble. -ff- Navy lighters wailing for baille on o carrier flight declz 4 - 'X 53. 4-2 fx 'x . iq .,.' iii" E 'N wa N . f i! Q iz l' 4 X'-.1 1' A ,l i SS? 1 5-. V .1 . -r- X ix . Q x X Q 5 3 .- 1 5 ffxi P :Wx i N X f . 1 v-0 1 . uk ir SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron 15A Lieutenant J. R. McCarthy, USNR, Commanding 'Officer. Lieutenant W. T. Harding, USNR, Executive Officer. Captain R. C. Price, USMCR, Chief of Flight. -tl Thc ltngsfillc Auxiliary Air Station has under its command four squadrons two of which are devoted to training Squadron Fifteen is the home of Dive Bombing in the Naval Air Training Center of Corpus Christi. Although the training in the Dive Bombing syllabus is quite similar to that of Fighter and Torpedo Squadrons, more emphasis is T fclvc cadet arc included in each Flight which practices acrobatics fixed and free gunrtery, navigational flights, .if ir -Ir if we af, ERS 5A i r JSNR 9 Chief - L Y 'A' 'k SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron l5B Lieutenant C. W. Lindsey, USNR, Executive Officer. lst Lieutenant G. S. Stone, USMCR, Gunnery Officer. Lieutenant F.i E. Francis, USNR, Chief of Flight. T KINGSVILLE FIELD formation flying and gunner runs on t y a arget sleeve. These twelve cadets learn to work as a team and realize the importance of "cooperation" They fly, learn, and someday fight together as a well-trained Naval unit. North American's SNJ is used throughout this course and in Dive Bombing its speed is well over 200 MPH. ln this syllabus, the necessity of good physical development is clearly demonstrated. Dives of over five thousand feet force strains on pilots which can be overcome only by good physical condition. The Navy keeps its aviators in top health by its athletic programs which are an asset to the men that fly as cadets today and will be fullfledged Naval Aviators, of tomorrow. , Squadron 'I5B instructors. 5 i wk ni' if ir if it -A ' .A . W , J. sl L 1 f xi 1 1 Nqr' O "Mr ,,, PL -'-Ev -.. ww! ' 25 ' .-n-' 4 --,." . I - , JV M' P x Q . .MSN -o-4, 1 Y "M 4' if 0 -1- 'lr -- nb' . ,..-mu.: an-.3-5 'A' 427. ".l7 li! .. .s .5 1 :.-'W ' ? 1. ,M,.,, , ,. ,M ..-.sq-. ... ,..,,QQ.. .Q..A.. ' " . ' , ',,-.z :Ma ff' Qsifmlv X rx as A 1 ' I 5 A' N .- " 'K . 'Q 'J V 6,4 '11, if- 4 J , -- .Q .L ,,,l, ,,,, , .51 1.. ,aw V F 1 K -.,..,.....,....k,.,,, 0 ,,..........-. ., .... , V in ZXK' P 5 24:- .-0?"f"I 'ft fh ms- V., ,a.. , , ,MM ....-,. , Q ,N ., . ..4,,:.,-w...,...p,Q. . .:,.V.Y . 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SBQC waiting for signal io off from the carrier. fake Helldivers ready for their ride on carriers elevator. Dive bombers seeking the enemy at dawn. K "Ri Navy trainer flying along the coast of Corpus Christi. Divebombers beginning their bomb- ing run from a right echelon. X v aw'- .-Q.-zzzvggw t f ' ,xii-3-lizg' J 5 ,, 1 I 886 Returning from their flight this instructor and his student seem pleased about it. I j nl .illllll 2 Q L Y XM if M, f. f jx f f , f 7' .. 'k'lIg,TlE1TxXxx T gag NNN 7 U I 1 . 1 I ' V i. fr I guy su V h -., I ' SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron 'l6A I sh elf".,wT".',,g'MI4 I I Captain A. F. O'Keefe, USMCR Gunnery Qfficer. Lieutenant J. E. Boudreaux, USNR '. K T' Chief Flight Instructor. I . "' I c ' Lieutenant J. S. Morris, USNR, Com 'I' I S manding Officer. y, ,. . vi , . - ,Q . A ',..nf:.....-. m.. ,, ..-.......-.,,..-..L ' i'llliiIIlliflN Ili-il One of the hardest fighting and best offensive weapons of the Navy is the Torpedo Bombers. Used in every large scale attack by the Navy, their iob is to fly into the combat area which is the thickest with enemy defense. The purpose of the Torpedo Squadrons is to torpedo enemy convoys, task forces and any enemy ship within their range. Similar to the other fighter squadron syllabus, Squadron Sixteen instructs its students in the handling of the fast SMI Cadets are also familiarized with the larger planes which he will fly upon receiving his commission. A review of formation flying begins his training and socn after this is complete he begins practicing gunnery, dive bombing, and navigational flights. The cadets are placed in Flights and go through their training as a group. Squadron 16A instructors - K ul I p I I q . i g ,..i 1 ex 4 8 I ' T 1 . if 4 i ' - V' S ' .' ,L 'u ' A, . ' X A' 'n 4 - 4' " f 4 4 . I . if l i . . - I 14 - ' Y V W LQ , 4 3 i f , 1 K ' ' Ji' ff. P, 1 if sr is f ,if ,i, I if if t Af wk SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron 16B Lieutenant R. D. Gibson, USNR, Executive Officer. Lieutenant C. D. Houston, USN, Commanding Officer. Lieutenant L. L. Lucier, USNR, Chief -X Flight Instructor. Ti lll'B wALDRoN FIELD Torpedo Bombing is the most important phase of their training and after many hours of formation attacks on moving targets, also single plane procedures, cadets soon develop the smoothness and accuracy demanded of Naval Aviators. The end of this long training is realized when a new Naval Ensign receives his gold wings. The future will be spent in building up flying time at one of many operational bases throughout the country. With enough experience obtained in the type of combat aircraft they will fly with the fleet, these Naval Aviators break into combat with the assurance that the Navy has given them the best possible training available and are de- pending upon them to perform their missions with success-Naval Aviators will! Squadron l6B instructors QL. 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Q" , MQ. -.s.,5 ' 'wr- 1 Q,,,,. 4 nv--H 1 ' fx, -'df ,, W' Q J f j 11" ,Q .ffgzgvslj w'-J,-'-zu ,,--fp, - p. I ,. Q: Ji --. IPM' 1 'uinvnlnx --:-""- ' SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron T7 Lieutenant Barton F. Jones, USNR Executive Officer. Lieutenant Commander R. C. Le Feuer, USN, Commanding Offi cer. Lieutenant H. E. Erickson, USNR Personnel Officer. ll illilt0 Expert navigators, radiomen, sailors, and aviators, are the men who complete the syllabus in Squadron 17. Here the flying cadet learns to use the wind while taxiing on sea, navigate with speed and accuracy, become familiar with all types of banging, and become proficient in fixed and free gunnery. In this type of scout and observation work, the cadet usually flies the Navy OSQU. This plane may either take off from the sea or be catapulted from the decks of a battleship or cruiser of the fleet. The syllabus is quite diversified since these aviators must know many things for which a land-based aviator has no need. Their training includes formation flying, extensive day and night navigation, gunnery, night flying, strafing, glide and dive bombing, and depth charge attacks on both still and moving targets. Upon completion of the course at Squadron T7, the Naval Aviator may well be proud that he has received the world's best instruction from the vvorld's best instructors. Squadron 17 Instructors .As 1 ,Tai I if 'ir ir 'T-if if .k ir 'Ir ,gf iw YL . Q E r my nllmngs E 5 WLM 1 If , . ,. ,,. , :u::1:,3,,1-I .. Fw 25- .' .1 1 1 1, uh: lx, 4, ,l'14i1 5, A lvvw N 1.1, ,r',H',gl,l',"',, ,qlxkvn xy-,Q 1 - X , I E:,5,:,?m!j,335Eeg35112,3131!gY'1.5g3Q:g.'51-fifiLfgf5',?E'Q31IPfQi,ljSj?f7"52Q?QfQ??-iff:Hr:'5i,Mf'.g,y 1:-,'g1.,.!.51:H117Q1y1.1151'I-fJffAf.35g'LUn,mlmElifixbixilfvlkflzfizletdvzliix H. "hx.1:nn:S1Mil X Two types of The Placing the canvas over Kingfisher's nose for the nighi s awp, Navy's seaplanes. 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' T' I The squadrons have divided their training syllabus into these different stages: Primary, Advanced and Group Flying. The Primary stage familiarizes the students with the "bigiboats" and teaches the technique of handling multi- engine aircraft. This includes many hours of instruction in take-offs, spirals, turns, glides, power and full stall landings. After successfully passing on instructor's check, cadets begin their training in the advanced syllabus. This consists of beach approaches, taxiing and precision landings. Finally, the cadets are grouped in flights and complete their Squadron 18-A Instructors at if if if if if if if ERS SA ir, USNR - K Wil 'fins Of. I USNR, I :lg I T5 'CUC Jill' "elf 'ir uk SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron 18B Lieutenant D. L. Jackson, USNR, Chief Flight Instructor. Lieutenant Commander H . R. Badger, USNR, Commanding Of- ficer. Lieutenant W. E. Hardy, USN, Ex- ecutive Officer. Il 'k ir 'lr course as a unit. During this training period the students are given additional instruction in bombing tan, iiavigitlirii and night flying. On completion of the third stage in Squadron Eighteen's syllabus, cadets of many montlis, hard I.-.forl in Zlucly fi flying, receive the wings or a Naval Aviator. With the training of Squadron Eighteen behind them, these new Naval Ayiators are Sent to ein-:ratianal iw liih give them mo fl ' ' h ' ' re ying in t e Navys larger flying boots. lt is the pilots of the "P" boats that guard our convoys rescue ship I-freclw'-cl Nam' ' ' , - s -.. ' W su gli, IJHHQ Ill Utrj iii 'tupitli--' rtril carry wounded men back for the de 1' ' W A '- A ' care nee ed to save their liycs. The Navy is well proud or 'fn Squadron I8-B Instructors v,. if ,r in if I i..'..t -.1 -i,f,.- it E, il tht- ll- t K X is 1.1 K- 'x Q sk if ir fi if i Navy flying bout being inspected by Naval Personnel, A big boat resiing in ihe sun of Texas. ,,,,,,.......w-.-1 -5 ir 3 W, iii' ' ' ' .1 I ,,,,' :1:fr"2 i V A- Navy "Cats" in formation during patrol over the Gulf of Mexico. f,.,,5,,.,'Ms,, la..-MTL., , ,,- ,...f3b-Y.. ,...u..-f,,,.--vM.,..,.....,-........ ..-. .......-.. W.. . h I 1 PSY r.::x:y to lem: in rm- boy of Corpus C Parlxt ,,N gs XX -.XX Bcuching cr PBM utter u long flight Parking cr four-molored flying bout with the cricl of o tractor. ,X I It S u , fi Q1 'N - +V! ,,-A-' ' .f"' v-'f' A - 1-'-' """""' Ai df , im, 'ini 1 First patrol taking off in the early morning. Navigational flight in a PBY. Navy "Cats" tied down waiting for clearer weather. P BY iaxiing in foward the ram P, C'-3: elm 0' 1.2.1, 2 Landing crew makes fast the beaching gear. Coming In for a landing with floais down 1 I I l 1 l ' . I Q ' M ' ' E - . . , hh.. -' S W l . it All 'L lil ,Ll 4 l l A J I 5 24 l I 1 l l 1 l l l ' l l 1 , l i l With nose high, Navy "Cat" makes full stall landing. i w I r ii - lx Q I This Flying boat kicks up plenty of spray when tcuxiing 1 4 K 1 1 ! P Y Y i Y l' H, , ,.,,,.,.,.s,-. ,,.., W. ,,,. . ., ., , .,.., , ,,,, ,,, W.. .,,-75--7,,.,3 SENIOR OFFICERS of Squadron 18C Lieutenant R. J. Davis, USN, Execu- tive Officer. Lieutenant J. R. Bishop, USNR, Chief Flight Instructor. Lieutenant Commander R. W. Prince, USNR, Commanding Offi- cer. llli0 8-C The cadet who chooses for his advanced training the Navy's land-based bombers, really learns the "ins" and "outs" of flying. In this squadron, the cadet learns the technique of handling the larger twin-engine planes of the Navy. Flying the Beech-craft with its two 450 HP engines teaches cadets the coordination required in the operation of two engines at the same time. l . . The syllabus in this squadron is divided into two stages, primary and advanced. ln primary, the student learns the fundamental stages of taxiing, take-offs, landings, air work, such as climbs, glides, and turns. Instrument flying is also given in this stage. Ground School gives its students a great deal of Celestial Navigation before cadets are per- mitted to make navigational flights. , L At the completion of the primary stage, the cadet proceeds into the advanced syllabus where he is given instruc- tions on high and low altitude bombing, and all types of navigational work. The use of radio is essential in these large planes whereupon completion of this course the student is a qualified radio operator. ' When commissioned, the Naval Flier goes to an operational base for further training in the specific type of service aircraft which he will fly in the service of the U. S. Navy. ' Squadron 18-C Instructors f ir f f if if 'A' ir M Vi 4 1 1 ...z. 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' ' ,jan .'.-.-1 -':. 1 lr F rl I Q M-W--5, ,WW-1 M,- mffmy fx: '35 :M J, , WLT -TN'Z5"""Tf""771T?7Z1'1VT'fZ''VFZYK Z'f'iz"ti'v"7-vrffmwwwz'-'Wv'7"W'7ffMIwrmiWIWI - I :,?.L-af ,, .?!7Ef-'iff 4'AvTTTLTTLLTT'fR?WETW v ilv 4gQ HE THE CADET REGXMENT SDRERTJTSES THE NTTLLTARY TRATNTNG,THE DERTHTNG, NESS- TNG, DTSCTRLTNE, RECREATXON AND THE HHGLAE LTEE" KN GENERAL OF THE THOUSANDS OF AVTATTGN CADETS AT THTS CENTER. REGLLAENTAL AND DATTALTGN GROUPS ARE STAFFED WTTH COMMISSXONED OFFXCERS OF THE NAVY AND MARHNE CORPS TAIHG ARE SRECTETCALLY CHGSEN EGR THE TASK BECAUSE OF THETR SUPERLATNE GDALTTTES OF LEADERSHTR, AND MXLXTARY AND ACADELALC APTTTUDES. TN COLLABORATTON NNTTH THE STAFFS OF COMMXSSKONED GEETCERS, CADET GE- ETCERS, APPOXNTED BY THE OFFXCER NN CHARGE GF THE CADET REGTNTENT, GN THE BASXS OF THETR ELTGHT, NTTLTTARY AND GRGDND SCHOOL RECGRDS, ARE CHARGED WXTH THE HEAAVY RESRGNSTDTLTTY OF LAATNTATNLNG THE HTGH LALLTTARY STANDARDS GE THE REGTMENT AND CONDUCTXNG THE GENERAL ROUTTNE GRERATLGNS, WHXCH ARE VXTAL TO ACHTETJTNG THAT END. A TCTURES OF THESE STAFFS AND TO ACTTGN MURALS OF LXFE AT OPED THAT THTS SECTTGN WHLL ENADLE THE UNFORGETTABLE THTS EVCDTED TO P- MR" KT XS H TO RETAHN AS ESENT DESXC5- D THE HUNNERSXTY OF THE , NAVAL AND MARNNE OFFXCERS AND AVXATORS ASE OF TRATNTNG TAIHTCH HAS TAREN THENT TO THETR PR MEMORABLE PH NATTGNS. 'lr ir ik Ar 'A' TA' P9135 1 i l A T xii? f. W r T. 6, y. l 1? l P 2 4 l ll l ll l i l s i l L i If l ll li 'I .l il X. 5' 7 N 'whguns 5 3 will RegimenTal STaTT-FirsT row, lefT To riglwT. LT. VV. L. Meade, LT. l-l. l-l. Sher burne, Major R. W. Vaupell, Col. R. C. Mangrum, LT. Commander G. S STephenson, LT. C. R. WeTTer, LT. D. B. Seem . . , Back row: LT. R. B Branlwam, LT. ligl J. O. GusTaTson, Chaplain B. VV. Evans, LT. L. C. Paull Ensign J. F. McDaniel. MA 22, l 43 T l T i . Wi' . ,. . ' l""" 1 .. ...L . K N NN First Cadet To Graduaie in Class QC: ENSlGN WISNYI, l.. G., QC, Dumoni, N. J. Page l36 lf X. X , , Vx 1 NJN '. Sher- ':':e' G. S. Lf. R. B, 1- - ,, ?oull, MAY 29, 1943 fin, wiki: 1 5 I i : 1 , l A A l 5 6 , t fi s , l FIRST ROW: Ensign Bonkowski, Louis J., QC, Detroit, Mich.: Ensign Marshall, James F., QC, El Dorado, Kons., Ensign Hansen, Alfred D., Jr., QC, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Ensign Dottery, Henry G., QC, Athens, Ga. . SECOND ROW: Ensign Bordelon, G. P., QC, Franklin, La.: Ensign Welch, James W., QC Fort Worth, Texas, Ensign South, Marvin P., QC, San Pedro, Calif., Ensign Roberts, Robert W., QC, Alamosa, Colo. MAY 29, 1943 2 1 t f J f l vl1 l isqiq 90-lC!!l5ndvQ t l FIRST ROW: Qnd Lt. Fink, Charles G., QC, Schenectady, N. Y., Qnd Lt. Cottrell, SECOND ROW: Ensign Cooley, Donald A., QC, Berkeley, Col Ens gn in Philip P., QC, Trail City, S. Dak., Qnd Lt. Hannon, Reed R., QC, Denver, Colo., John F., QC, Union, N. J., Ensign Douglas, Charles S., Jr., QC Arlington a 2nd Lt. Humphreys, John P., QC, Ashland, Kans.: Qnd Lt. Boatwright, Dean D., Ensign Banks, Alexander M., QC. Chicago, Ills., Ensign Nicks, Jack E QC Hereford QC, Waukegan, ills., Qnd Lt. Bennett, Kenneth, QC, San Fernando, Calif. . . . Texas, Ensign Field, Harry U., Jr., QC, Glen Ellyn, Ills., Ensign Bell Josep QC, Fort Wayne, Ind. Page T37 -K First Battalion Staff, Rodd Field-Left To right: LT. ligt J. S. Stahl, LT. J. V Lindsey, LT. C. L. TriTT, LT. fig, H. H. Taylor. lllll' , 1945 2 ...4r,f4fX5f T 'FLRST ROW: Ensign Barstad, Sherwood R., QC, Monterey, Calif., Ensign Hoppers, Carl F., QC, Bell, Calif., Qncl LT. Bradley, Herbert A., lB, Brady, Texas, 2nd Ll' William J., QC, Decatur, Ala., Ensign Miller, Walter E., QC, Bell, Calif., Qnd Lt. Lackey, John P., QC, Greensboro, N. C., Qnd Lt. Dinsmore, James E., QC, SGW Prefsler' Pefef FW 2Cf DQVWPOVTI l0W0: EHSJQI1 Will, lV0n H., Jr., QC, Canton, Mo., Fernando, Calif., Qnd Lt. Atkinson, Herbert W., QC, Atlanta, Go., 2nd Lt. Gentry, En5'9n lender, Ralph J., QC, Carroll, Iowa , . , SECOND ROW, Qnd Lt. Prince, Tolbert T., QC, Carrollton, Ga. Page l38 -if I 1 ""1 i wi JN! ' J, V. 2,4 Lf, CNW' .IUVE 5, 1943 1 , Zz 2 .,.., V 1, ' gfvzgm' il' .',g'.lf!'.J-Liifi rw zfvffiifr' Q V: wha V, - :. . ,,, 4, -1,127 ., , 1 ' 1 X Ensign Brasher, Virgil R., QC, Turnersville, Texas, Ensign Cadle, John W., QC, Dixon, Ills., Ensign Franks, John M., QC, Easton, Po. J xt. I, J X! XX Second Boffcxlion Staff Coboniss Field-Leif fo right: LT. Cggl W. E. Stages, Lf. T. J. Neme-Th, LT. J. E. Love, Lf. Gigi C. W. Loucks. . . -1 Z0 f y ff.. XL '15 ii Third Battalion Statt, Cuddihy Field-Lett to right: Lt. J. D. Strong, Lt. R. J. Jackson, Lt. E. E. Northern, Lt. P. E. DeRochi. ff" if ww 'Lf 'in-1""ln lifts, Kali f FIRST ROW Ensign Wllllams Emmett C Jr QC Mansfnelcl La Ensign Behrens J mes S QC Bunker Hull Ill Ensrgn Walker James H Q Enslgn Thomas James B QD Wrchuta Falls Texas Enslgn Caskey Wayne utfalo N ns: n C Brashear Texas ar I IO Q Phllade IO P Ensl n Fulton Texas Ensign Sarlor Warren J QC Pampa Texas Hnbbnng Munn Ensign Johnson Kenneth E QD Park George C QC Romeo Much Enslgn Lease Ben G Clve Richard H QC Los Angeles Calnf Ensign Everett P QC San Angelo Ensugn Glumac George QC Rdge llls Ensign Kellogg Chucago llls Ensugn if-Q WD SECOND Row Eng-sn Bufkef Sampsell Bruce E Q Chicago llls Gerald S QD Oakland Calif Enslgn Emerson Wllllam S QD Charlotte N C Ensign Scott Jack QD Arcadia Callt Ensign Engen Donald D QD Pasaderw Callf Ensign Purdy Richard B QD Brlarcllft Manor N Y Ensign Foote John 5 Fort Thomas Ky Ensugn Bush George H QC Greenwnch Conn Ensl9n Meyer Robert A QC Melrose Mxnn Enslgn Eberts Walton B QC Holt Mo Ensign Regan John QC Wnlmungton Calnt Ensngn Laurence LeRoy QC Redwood CIY Calnt Ensngn Flhpozak Edwm S QC Dearborn Much Enslgn Conkhn Ellgene V QC Chanute Kans Page l4O X UN , 1943 31. ' i . .0 5422, .K 3 I 'sf Z . 1 . ,Q f , A E 1 A, .5 l' ' vi s.. 5.1 I f I. .i L. I9 it omg, lt. lift . i":' Xi if il I st I kg 'Li hi. FIRST ROW, Ensign Moran, Laurence A., QD, Duluth, Minn., Ensign McConochie Donald A., QD, Chatfield, Minn., Ensign Schneider, Kenneth L., QC, Des Moines Iowa, Ensign Speidel, John P., QC, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Henry, Donoll A., QC, Ashton, Idaho, Ensign Larson, Elmer W., QC, Chicago, llls., Ensign Saffores, Orell P., QC, Susanville, Calif., Ensign Grab, Louie J., QC, Sacramento, Calif., Ensign Brown, Theodore L., QD, Harlingen, Texas, Ensign Van Horn, Dean, QC, Osawatomie, Kans., Ensign Gray, Thomas B., QD, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Kramer, Donald C., QD, Maywood, Ills., Ensign Smith, James N., QC, Mound City, Mo.- 1 1 1 9 .A , "'?T?'f'I , 5 . "1 ' - ' V I M 1 . l . . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Mokry, Leslie E., QC, Middletown, Ohio, Ensign Murphy, Patrick V., QD, Brooklyn, N. Y., Ensign Hoffman, Egon F., QC, Salem, Ore., Ensign Shepard, Louis A., QC, Erie, Kans., Ensign Ellis, Robert M., QC, Fresno, Calif., Ensign Fisher, Charles F., QC, Fresno, Calif., Ensign West, John F., QD, Berkeley, Calif., Ensign Moench, Lorin L., QC, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ensign Wetheroll, Kenneth W., QC, Chicago, llls., Ensign Richards, Bruce A., QC, Black River Falls, Wisc., Ensign Cole, Ralph L., Jr., QC, Tulare, Calif., Ensign Duncan, Robert E., QC, Garber, Okla. , 3 . f ' ' 4 . , , aoflielt Aeygti Ensllin Ld Clit' gen, V1 , . gs . .-1. Xt FIRST ROW: Ensign Peck, George W., QC, San Diego, Calif., Ensign Blizzard, Joseph E., QC, Camden, N. J., Ensign Moyers, Henry H., QC, Lilbourn, Mo., Ensign Coleman, James M., QC, Pilot Grove, Mo., Ensign Morris, William, QC, Agua Caliente, Calif., Ensign Mills, Warren H., QD, Drestwood, N. Y., Ensign O'Brien, Walter H., QC, Kirkwood, Mo., Ensign Harwell, Payton O., QC, Grand Saline, Texas, Ensign Cowan, Jack C., QC, Dinuba, Calif,, Ensign Frazee, Thomas G., QC, Columbia, Ind., Ensign Corell, Louis W., ID, Lodi, Calif. . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Snyder, Dwight W., QD, Timblin, Pa., Ensign McKeever, Franklin S., QD, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ensign Page, Reginald W., QC, Greenwich, Conn., Ensign Brannan, Willis D., QC, Hibbing, Minn., Ensign Cook, James M., QC, Independence Mo., Ensign Johnson, Samuel M., IB, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Novak, Frank D., QC Palestine, Texas, Ensign Chapman, Melvin L., QC, Seattle, Vifash., Ensign Wykes James J., QC, Dearborn, Mich., Ensign Deputy, Marshal P., QD, Downfngton, Pa., Ensign Eden, Charles H., 3A, Iowa City, Iowa. Page l4l 1 1 I UNE , i943 L l N 6 FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Spaulding, Edwin N., QC, Richmond, Calif., Qnd Lt. Jackson Paul, QC, Eugene, Ore., Qnd Lt. Sherman, Robert W., QD, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Ltf Fordice, Robert L., QD, Santa Maria, Calif., Qnd Lt. Powers, Walter W., QC Escalon, Calif., Qnd Lt. Fergus, Richard O., QC, Los Angeles, Calif., Qnd Lt. Paulin Sherwood, QD, Pittsburgh, Pa., Qnd Lt. O'Hara, John M., QD, Detroit, Mich., Qnd Lt. Graves, Henry R., 3A, Boonville, N. Y., Qnd Lt. Keller, Paul J., QC Kansas City, Kans., Qnd Lt. Hicklin, Edward M., QD, Burlington, N. C., Qnd Lt Omer, Wayne A., QC, Salt Lake City, Utah, Qnd Lt. Boysen, Harold E., QC, Houston Texas, Qnd Lt. Montagne, Arthur E., QC, Detroit, Mich .... SECOND ROW UN 12, 19 3 1 1 . 1 Qnd Lt. Candeias, Joe, QC, Fresno, Calif., Qnd Lt. Garner, Frank R., QC, Fresno Calif., Qnd Lt. Stephenson, Donald N., QC, Amarillo, Texas, 2nd Lt. Volney, Frank, Jr., QC, Port Arthur, Texas, 2nd.Lt. Cunningham, James A., Jr., QD Chicago, Ills., 2nd Lt. Reeder, Maurice T., QD, Long Beach, Calif., Qnd Lt. Amspoker Carlos B., QC, Long Beach, Calif., Qnd Lt. Hoffman, Charles D., QC, Sioux City, Iowa, Qnd Lt. Rasmussen, Roger M., QC, Ludington, Mich., Qnd Lt. Bacon, Charles A. 1 I 'lt 'S- i 3A, St. Croix Falls, Wisc., Qnd Lt. Calder, Louis, Jr., QD, Armonk, N. Y., Qnd Lt. '34 Welch, Clifford R., QC, Merced, Calif., Qnd Lt. Brotherton, James V., 3A, Atlanta Georgia. FIRST ROW: 2nd Lf. Poulson, George W., 3A, Elmira, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Renshaw James E., 3A, Somerdale, N. J., Ensign Kendrick, Thomas F., QB, Laurens, S. C. Qnd Lt. Sory, Henry W., QD, Sherman, Texas, Qnd Lt. Brandon, Lawrence H. QC, Seattle, Wash., Qnd Lt. Ulhrich, Glen H., QD, DeWitt, Nebr., Qnd Lt. Lewis 1 I I 1 r Jesse M., QC, Marion, llls., Ensign Tressman,, Dennis V:, QC, St. Paul, Minn. Ensign Feller, Lyle L., QC, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio, Ensign McConnell, Taylor, QC, Monte Vista, Colo., Ensign Miloglav, William J., QC, Missoula, Mont., Qnd Lt. Kearney, Paul T., QC, Worcester, Mass., Qnd Lt. Waddington, Clarence W., Jr. I i f W X . , , . , ,ff Q , I 1 f-.ff V i T QC, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Taylor, Ray A., Jr., QD, Quanah, Texas . - ' SECOND ROW: Qnd Lt. Bebb, Robert S., QC, Belmont, Calif., Qnd Lt. Carr, Walter E., QC, Eureka, Calif., 2nd Lt. Sutton, Cordes D.', QC, Fort Worth, Texas: Ensign C0l9mGn, John E., QC, Fresno, Calif., Ensign Townes, Herbert L., QC, Carbondale, Ills., Ensign Hoeckler, Walter E., 3A, Blackwell, Okla., Ensign WlleYf A. C., QD, Cypress, Texas, Ensign Guenzi, Stanley J., QC, Sterling, Colo., Ensign Hungeffofdf -lOS6ph F., QC, Biloxi, Miss., Ensign Connor, Harold T., QC, Daingef- field, Texas, Qnd Lt. Cline, Charles W., QD, Detroit, Mich., Qnd Lt. Clark, Wendell H., QD, Winnetka, Ills., Qnd Lt. Gregory, Donald R., QD, Long Beach, Cfllllf- Fage l4Q S m , K :tri X ' ,X 5. .4 .g wavy, 5 l Wf6g5jff Qiesf NM77 vb J Ap" 1 lf, 'T 8! fQ it , .rs A fri? g., ii- Y.. Fourth Battalion Staff, Main Station-First row, left to right: Lt. J. S. Fletcher, Lt. R. W. Yates, Lt. C. E. Thompson . . . Second row: Lt. ligi R. E. Bell, Lt. iigi E. A. Lal-lue, Lt. J. L. Fenlon .lilliiii Q... Ll. FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt, Pultorck, Joseph, QC, Dearborn, Mich., Qnd Lt. Logan, Harold P., QC, Seattle, Wash., Qnd Lt. Vetter, Gerald J., QC, Reedley, Calif. Ensign Anderson, Wilford E., SA, Randall, Iowa, Qnd Lt. Blakely, Maurice W. 3A, Colorado Springs, Colo., 2nd Lt. Bartholomew, James P., SA, Needles, Calif. Ensign Gunter, Monchie M., Jr., QD, Marianna, Fla., Ensign Morken, Clifford L., QC, Detroit Lakes, Minn., Ensign Van Essen, William E., QB, Brainerd, Minn. Qnd Lt. Fritzie, Herbert H., QC, Taft, Calif., Qnd Lt. Callis, Daniel M., QD, Coronado, Calif.,Ensign Deibel, Thomas E., 3A, Saginaw, Mich., Ensign Hallowell, Thomas E., ,pw fm, 9' i 5 L Q ' 4 V 1 . f . - PWM V WN.: ., C. ,,,,4v" I QD, Hatboro, Pa., Qnd Lt. Cox, George W., QD, Philadelphia, Pa. SECOND ROW: Qnd Lt. Brice, Cornelius P., QC, Texarkana, Ark., 2nd Lt. Hill, Robert H., QC, Akron, Ohio, 2nd Lt. McGuire, John L., QD, Downers Grove, llls., Qnd Lt. Peterson, Richard N., QB, Delta, Utah, Qnd Lt. Jones, Benson M., 3A, Dallas, Ga., Ensign Markloff, Raymond, QD, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Shumaker, Robert D., lC, Vicksburg, Miss., Ensign Anlauf, Leo M., QC, Fillmore, Calif., Ensign Shands, Robert M., QC, Webster Groves, Mo., Ensign Handshuh, Harold L., QC, Eugene, Ore., Qnd Lt. Gillis, Robert L., QC, Omaha, Nebr., Ensign Gleason, Theron H., QC, Medford, Ore., Ensign Alcorn, Harry W., 3A, Dearborn, Mich. Page l43 A A .4- X -ww-fn, ,ff,,. W ,Ullll 2142 Fifth Battalion Staff-First row: Lt. A. R. Rohrbough , . . Second row: Lt. A. G. Bivens, Ensign H, F. Dickinson, Lt. C. E. Thurlow, Lt. llgl l-- l'l- Lipscomb. FIRST ROW: Qnd Lt. Vernon, Gale E., QD, Salt Lake City, Utah, Qnd Lt. Underwood, David T., QD, Birmingham, Ala., Qnd Lt. Burlingham, Charles V., QD, Winnetka, llls., Qnd Lt. O'Neill, Patrick J., QD, San Diego, Calif., Qnd Lt. Carman, Otis W., QD, Chicago, llls., Qnd Lt. Totten, Don E., QB, Fairhope, Ala., Ensign Echols, Lawrence E., 3A, Richmond, Va., Ensign Cornwall, James A., 3A, Bridge- port, Conn., Ensign Klenk, William A., QC, Philadelphia, Pa., Qnd Lt. Allison, Richard C., QC, Denver, Colo., Ensign Jones, George T., QC, Joliet, ills., Qnd Lt. 49' Greathouse, Robert K., QC, Minneapolis, Minn .... SECOND ROW: Qnd l-l. Buckley, John M., QC, Kansas City, Kans., Qnd Lt. Heidt, Byron E., QC, Turlock, Calif., Qnd Lt. McClinton, Clifford L., QC, St, Louis, Mo., Qnd Lt. Follmer, William H., QD, Los Angeles, Calif., Qnd Lt. Rose, Billie, QD, Port Angeles, Wash., Ef1Sl9n Markel, Louis D., QD, Santa Ana, Calif., Ensign Dunlap, Willard E., -ll'-I ?Df South Pasadena, Calif., Ensign Ross, Arthur S., QC, Philadelphia, Pa. Ensign Bodwell, Richard E., QD, Spokane, Wash., Qnd Lt. Dickson, Ernest R., QD, Oakland, Calif., Ensign Stearns, Clifford W., QC, Haysville, Kans. Page 144 v FIRST ROW- Ensign Fagan Robert SA Hazleton Pa Ensi n Karisch Ro M Calif., Qnd Lt. Heath, Harold H.,'SB, Live Oak, Calif., Qnd Lt. Longpre, John W. X s R I , lllll Ili, 1943 FIRST ROW: Ensign Dye, Billy H., QC, Mulvane Kans -I Ensign Youmans Dav'd H., , ., , i SA,,Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Smith, John M., QC, Owatonna, Minn., Ensign Good Howard H., QC, Saugus, Calif., Ensign Henning, Claus H., QC, Concordia, Mo. E . . nsign Ennis, Mathew J., QD, Seattle, Wash., Qnd Lt. Gray, Roy C., QD, Frankfort, Ky., 2nd Lt. Eisele, Edward A., QD, Cleveland, Ohio . . . SECOND ROW Ensign DeVaughn, Jack B., QC, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Heizer, Donald, QD Rocky Ford, Colo., Qnd Lt. Corbett, Harold B., QD, Lufk in, Texas, Ensign Dryden JUN, , 1943 I Charles R., QD, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Hern, Joseph, Jr., QC, Lawndale, Calif. Ensign Stream, Harold H., QC, New Orleans, La., Qnd Lt. Smith, Richard M., QC Fargo, N. Dak., Qnd Lt. Cobb, Cleveland I., Jr., QC, Lubbock, Texas . . THIRD ROW, Ensign Harrison, James C., QC, Lawrence, Kans., 2nd Lt. Cavin Koy R., SA, Sturkie, Ark., Qnd Lt. Howell, James M., QC, Kamay, Texas, Qnd Lt Hanson, Donald W., QC, LeSueur, Minn., Ensign Halstrom, Paul R., SA, Reedley Calif., Qnd Lt. Schaefer, Peter L., SA, Wilmette, llls., Ensign Hongola, Glenn A., SA, Reedley, Calif. I ,gf H , f fi ifeiqn 7 ' E i , , 5 A - 1 1 1 1 -I Q 1 y -1 QC, Winchester, Texas, Ensign Scagliotti, Richard J., QC, San Diego, Calif., Ensign Malfa, Felice, QC, Susanville, Calif., Ensign Kessberger, Jack R., QC, St. Joseph, Mo., Ensign Shores, William G., QC, Atlanta, Ga., Ensign Koehler, Gordan, SA, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign Schwartz, Lawrence A., SA, Centralia, llls., Ensign Burham, Clifford W., QD, Elsinore, Calif., Ensign Fitzsimmons, Harold R., SA, Vallejo, Calif .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Young, Donald L., SC, Fort Benton, Mont., Ensign Shuler, Charles Wa, SA, Gilman City, Mo., Ensign Thoms, Bert, QC, Flint, Mich., 2nd Lt. Raddatz, William J., QC, Chicago, llls., Ensign Osterus, Merrill J., SB, Wiota, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Byles, Howard D., SA, LaCanada, I SB, Detroit, Mich., Qnd Lt: Bull, Simpson, SC, Mansfield, Ark., Qnd Lt. Bradley, Lawrence Hz, Jr., SB, Bluefield, W. Va .,., THIRD ROW: Qnd Lt. Shepard, William A., QD, Falls City, Nebr., Qnd Lt. Coughlin, James, QC, Detroit, Mich., Qnd Lt. Anderson, Philip R., QD, Sioux Pass, Mont., Qnd Lt. Robertson, James G., QD, Albany, Ore., Qnd Lt. Johnson, Floyd W., QC, Minneapolis, Minna, 2nd Lt. Robinson, Paul L., SA, Colorado Springs, Colo., Qnd Lt. Erickson, Stanley P., QC, Minneapolis, Minn,, Qnd Lt. Graser, Donald B., SC, Yuba City, Calif., 2nd Lt. Woodburn, James H., QC, Maryville, Mo., Qnd Lt. Virgin, Raymond C., QC, Cincinnati, Ohio. Page l45 1 I 19, 1943 FIRST ROW: Qnd Lt. Nielsen, William C., 3A, Laurelton, L. I., N. Y., Qnd Lt. Frohe, Leo P., QD, Buffalo, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Flavelle, Robert L., QA, West Caldwell, N. J., Ensign Hayes, Robert E., Jr., QD, San Gabriel, Calif., Qnd Lt. Kantola, Robert J., 3A, Ashtabula, Ohio, Qnd Lt. Linder, Kenneth N., QD, Monrovia, Calif., Qnd Lt. Myers, Kenneth L., QD, Bodines, Pa., Qnd Lt. Babich, George J., QD, Stockton, N. J. . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Ezell, Leslie, QD, Klamath Falls, Ore., Ensign Evans, Harry W., QD, Elberta, Mich., Ensign Forgy, Earl, QD, El Dorado, UN 19, 1943 Kans., Ensign Lunclquist, Wayne A., QC, Portland, Ore., Qnd Lt. Vanderburg, Peter, QD, Los Angeles, Calif., Qnd Lt. Spooner, Mike E., SA, Alhambra, Calif., Qnd Lt. Craig, Francis H., QC, Elkville, llls., Qnd Lt. Staven, Ralph R., SB, Waukesha, Wisc. . . . THIRD ROW: Qnd Lt.' Dannehl, August, 3A, Alexandria, Va., Qnd Lt. Nolan, John M., QA, Janesville, Minn., Qnd Lt. Franklin, Warren F., 3B, Brooklyn, N. Y., Ensign Lincoln, Earl M., QD, Maryville, Mo., Qnd Lt. Carroll, Charles B., Jr., QD, Poht Neches, Texas, Qnd Lt. Deen, Jack E., QC, Wills Point, Texas, Qnd Lt. Church, John T., 3A, Salisbury, N. C., 2nd Lt. Ashby, Percy R., SA, Durham, N. C. I . I I 1 I rmoi kovv, Zna Lt. risn, Laoit L., LSA, Bement, Ins., Ensign isrune, x.nar.es ri., 3A, Cape Girardeau, Mo., Ensign Shiesser, John J., 3A, St. Joseph, Mo., Qnd Lt. Kivlin, Robert V., QD, Brooklyn, Wisc., Qnd Lt. Kersey, Everett E., 3A, Grand Island, Nebr.,.Qnd Lt. McCabe, Earl W., QD, Kansas City, Mo., Qnd Lt. McCall, Glen E., QD, Norwood, Colo., Ensign Pruitt, Bert C., QD, Osceola, Mo., Ensign Ayers, Robert W., ID, Indianapolis, Ind. . . . SECOND ROW, Qnd Lt. Andermann, Paul W., QD, Maywood, llls., Qnd Lt. Dubbs, Frank L., Jr., 3A, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Dearth, Keoth H., 3D, Montrose, Colo., Ensign Feagin, Samuel B., QC, Birmingham, Ala., Zna Lr. bawson, Horace D., ID, Fort Worth, Texas, EHSIQU Forster, Robert M., QD, Bay Shore, L. l., N. Y., Ensign Miller, Jack, 3C, Gallatin, Mo., Ensign Whitmore, Frank W., QD, St. Paul, Minn., Qnd Lt. DeschaITlP5f Gaspcrd W., QD, Missoula, Mont .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Thomas, Leon 5-1 QC, Knoxville, Tenn., Qnd Lt. Sedberry, Tom R., QD, Longview, Texas, EI15I9n Churton, Paul N., 3A, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Beniamin, William H., 3B, Trainer, Pa., Ensign Southard, Paul E., QD, Fairfielcl, Conn., Qnd Lt. Chandler, John D-1 3A, Greensboro, N. C., Qnd Lt. Curtin, John T., QD, Buffalo, N. Y., Qnd Lt. SCIUe"5r Elden H., QD, Portland, Ore. Page 146 I Y :D -' 1 Z! , W - Sixth Battalion Officers, Naval Air Station-Back row, left to right: Lt. R. W. Everett, Officer in Charge, Lt. F. S. Kosky, Executive Officer, Lt. Cigl C. Lan ' ' ' gwoski . . . Front row: Ensign A. H. Stundstrom, Lt. Cigl R. R. Walters. UN' , I943 L H Xknx n x . . .., l I r f A 2 3 ' Q , ? i i 3 FIRST ROW: Ensign Roushman, Max J Jr 3A Seattle Wash En ' C ., ., , , ., sign asey, David B. Q ' ' f ' ' , C, Redding, Calif., Ensign Norris, Earl, Jr., QD, Port Huron, Mich., Ensign Berry, Louis S., 3D, Silver Spring, Md., Ensign Isaac, Frank B., QC, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Stepter, Charles R., QC, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Brown, William F., Jr., 3C, Lexington, N. C., Ensign Burns, James P., SC, Shreveport, La., Ensign Fisher, Choise D., 3C, Fort Smith, Ark., Ensign Schneider, Donald B., QC, San Diego, Calif .... SECOND ROW, Ensign Kubicki, Edward, 3B, Chicago, llls., Ensign Dunlap, James A., 3B, Afton, Iowa, Ensign Merritt, Carl E., QC, Turlock Calif., Ensign Swearingen, William J., QD, Sac City, Iowa, Ensign Baker, ii C 'WN I 1 I .ff . . . 5 s L s..s V. 9 .,. 1 sn. J . ,.,.,. . sr. iss., .J ei. . M . 2 I CW, . 12 'sw-, . . 1 1 , 4 9 - Q, if f , ,, George M., 3B, Chicago, llls., Ensign Frankovic, William J., QD San Francisco Calif., Ensign Valiquet, Albert W., QD, Chicago, llls., Ensign Jones, Robert E., 33, Harrison, N. Y., Ensign Van Buskirk, Leonard D., QC, Worland, Wyo., Ensign Kuder, William A., 3B-. Milwaukee, Wisc: . . . THIRD ROW, Ensign Smith, Isaac L., 3B, Lindale, Ga., Ensign Cavanaugh, Robert B., 3D, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Wiese, Robert E., 3A, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Jobin, George H., 3C Detroit Mich Ensign Hall, Melvin W., 3C, Pacific Grove, Calif., Ensign Martih, Frank Ill, 3D Boise, Idaho, Ensign Broadbent, Harvey, Jr., 3C, Hudson, Mass- Ensign Clapp Clarence M., SC, Sausalito, Calif., Ensign Anderson, Edward 3C, Oakland Calif., Ensign Sanderson, Walter R., 3A, Williamsville, Mo. 1 f 1 1 Page I47 ,ff JllNl if, 193 i X' A lt sg E -1 7 Seventh Battalion Officers, Naval Air Station-Seated, Lt. R. B. Roach . . . Standing, Lt. L. B. Tipton, Lt. C. S. Bishop, Executive Officer, Lt. ligl L. F. Overpeck, Ensign T. B. Bickel, i h tl. il i i Tl .iii 3 114C ""s. xt 7"-zunnsrdcoro-r ff-1 We f. f . ' J , Y ij ij - lj in-N 7, , 3 Wfmk if, . tv i g g K 2 . 2 V 'Z . l - if ...fi ses 1. , - f FIRST ROVV, Ensign Johnson, Clarence R., 3B, Davenport, Iowa, Ensign Janes Warren M., SB, Garden City, lions., Ensign White, Robert P., 3A, Alameda, Calif. Ensign Salts, Allen E., QC, Springfield, Mo., Ensign Schatzer, William W., 3A Detroit, Mich., Ensign Drechsel, Lionel G., 3A, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ensign Welch Charles J., 3A. Lansing, Mich., Ensign McConnell, Warren E., 3A. Indianapolis, Ind. Ensign Herron, Robert M., IBB, Mishavuaka, Ind., Qnd Lt. Fox, Francis M., QC Port Wasliington, L. l., N. Y. SECOND ROlN, Ensign Rolland, Albert V. 3A, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Heacox, Frank D., Jr., SA, Bell, Calif., Ensign Ebbersi Kenneth E., 3B, Sheboygan Falls, NA'isc., Ensign Ellingboe, Edward R., BA, Greens burg, Kons., Ensign Colleran, William P., 3A Chicago, ills., Ensign Graham, ,ETSIE1 J AX. nw. Robert B., 3A, Richmond, Va., Ensign McCoy, John J,, QC, Oskaloosa, lcwO: Qnd Lt. Marks, William H., Jr., SB, Utica, N. Y., Ensign Kost, Kemper J., QC, Grand Junction, Colo., Ensign Harrison, Robert T., QC, Seattle, Wash. - - ' THIRD Row. 2nd Lf. semen, Robert V., Qc, Kenosha, wise., Ensign Bishop, John A" 3C, Delta, Utah, Ensign Skinner, James B., 3B, Denver, Colo., Ensign Poinclexter, John T., QD, South Greenfield, Mo., Ensign Elder, Donald L., 3A, Omaha, Nebhf Ensign Dombrow, George, 3B, Riverside, llls., Ensign Knight, Albert E., QD, New Plymouth, Idaho, Ensign Hallworth, Robert E., 3C, Philadelphia, Pa.: 2nd Ll' Beniamin, Leonard A., QC, New York, N. Y., Ensign Calhoun, Edward E-1 QD' Cordele, Ga. Page l4B t is NJN .IL -LII I 2 I.. , ,, ,, ml' 1 N' V ,W , .Wt 1 ni? I ,,f'. Iffl "1 5 I V if A .. , W I 4 1 4: , . s 1' , -ff,M fr , Lv J g I K "tr I, fA 1 412 f si' I I I 2' ' ' ' l 'A i I A , L li , T , at l f' i "0i" Eiga' 'ff' .. .ff , , I -'Ti lr' , ,I ,,. V, 'yy L, Ml V r yt 1 f Q V ff 1 ' f CELL If I I 325 i z-.,J 1 'fl ', f .. . .. W I , " 'MJ ,f 'jf 'Q A l FIRST ROW: Ensign Nicklin Thomas 3A Ch 1 , , anute, Kans., Ensign Ashenfelter, Harry C., 3C, Hoquiam, Wash., Ensign Sheen, Walter J., 3A, Waukegan, llls., 2nd Lt. Kruse, Clifford D., QC, Dubuque, Ohio, Ensign Johnson, Harold M., 3A, Ogden, Utah, Ensign Benson, George N., 3A, Hammond, Ind., 2nd Lt. Tomich, Chester, 3C, Hibbing, Minn., Qnd Lt. Elliott, George T., QC, Detroit, Mich., Qnd Lt. Morgan, Donald D., 3B, Coffeyville, Kans., Qnd Lt. Bauldry, Philip E., 3A, Glen Ridge, N. J ..., SECOND ROW, Ensign Conaway, Virgil C., 3C, Virginia, Minn., Ensign Armstrong, William R., SA, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Jackson, Nathan R., Ill, 3B, Nashville, Tenn., Ensign Aubel, Richard G., SC, Huntington Park, Calif., Ensign Russell, George W., 3B, Hanna, Wyo., Ensign I , Q IIII I 2 3 9 fl 'I It 1 I 'tl FIRST ROW, Qnd Lt. Beavers, Gene R., QD, Enid, Okla., Qnd Lt. Guidry, Simon, Jr., QD, Port Arthur, Texas, Ensign Alders, Merrill V., 38, Youngstown Ohio, Ensign Cole, Grant H., 3C, Monroe, La., Ensign Gutmann, Richard W., QD Kenilworth, N. J., Ensign Lee, Ted S., Jr., QD, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Champlin Ralph, QC, Casper, Wyo., Qnd Lt. Hean, Howard L., 3B, Middletown, Pa., 2nd Lt. Burridge, William A., 3B, Cadillac, Michz, Ensign McNichol, Harold D., 3A, Hollywood, Calif .... SECOND ROW, Qnd Lt. Woolgar, Norman L., QC, Mgnhqffgnl KQn5,, Ensign Ooghe, Thomas W., QD, San Mateo, Calif., Qnd l.t. Conan, Christopher M., 3D, New Orleans, Lo., Qnd Lt. Booth, William H., Jr., 3C, Fgirdgle, W, Va, Ensign Mitchell, Donald A., 3A, Riverside, llls., Qnd Lt. 1 1 1 Harrison, Warren D., 3C, Los Angeles, CaIif.- Qnd Lt Kersey Arden E., 3A Grand Island, Nebr- Ensign Robertson Ted M ,3A Lov ll W I2 I , ., , e , yo., nd Lt. Stearns Robert W., QC, Ashland, Ore., Qnd Lt. Phillips, Charles C., QD, San Francisco, Calif ..,. THIRD ROW, Ensign Kern, Robert V., QC, Adrian, Mich., Ensign Nagley, Philip L., 3A, Wilmington, Ohio, Ensign Peugh, Robert L., QD, Hutchinson, Kans., Ensign Beeler, Edward E., 3A, Billings, Mont., Ensign Kenney, Donald O., 3A, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Babin, Howard W., QD, Spokane, Wash., Ensign Reckin, Robert L., 3B, Portland, Ore., Ensign Hutcheson, James L., QC, Fort Worth, Texas, Ensign Koskella, Theodore W., 3C, Boise, Idaho, Ensign Deans, William N., IB, White Bear Lake, Minn 'hm 'yi' r ' I L Mulligan, Michael R., 3A, Rego Park, L. I., N. Y., Ensign Stewart, Dale A., 3A Mar sville, Ka .- Q d L ' y ns , n t. Black, James, Jr., QC, Shepherd, Texas, Ensign .Ioralmon DeForest, Q., 3A, Phoenix, Ariz., Ensign Phinney, Deane I., 3A, Providence, R, I THIRD ROW Qnd Lt Osb r Ed d I . . : . o n, war C., SA, South Gate, Calif., Qnd Lt. Wilkinson, Jack H., 3C, Missoula, Mont., Qnd Lt. Andrews, Kendall M., 3B, Glen- dale, Calif., Qnd Lt. Krieger, Frederick W 3C Park City Mont Qnd Lt M C I' ,, , , ., . c asm, William S., 3C-. Bremerton, Wash., Qnd Lt. Darling, Harold E., 3B, Oakland, Calif E . nslgn Schafersman, Bernard T., 3A, Fremont, Nebr., Ensign Binford, Harry A., QD, Atlanta, Ga., Ensign Schierenbeck Donald R 3A Minnea clis M'n 2 d L , ., , pi , I Fl., fi l'. Van Valkenburg, Harris C., QD, Santa Cruz, Calif. 1 1 Page l49 1 h . gig , , 1-. ,x ,,. .'.n.-:Hy -,-,:.::': ,fg:.Q,: zz: .414-:f:1.':',g 'L::.,.ZL'.,.:'.::... ...Q .... : .e,-:, - 1-:.ls.,,L,,L::A1., , 4,N'mLl.:.N'-1. . L. . .bam N- V .H and Q, . Az AM- S ....... ..c..,.- . as ' l JUNE 3, 943 6...-J fy 'Wm 41' TJL1' SMR' Nl Ji " A ,. . ' ' V i G K 'V I r 4 f f Q g z 4 1 i l , ' 7. i i ' V V 5 T 1 i . FIRST ROW, Ensign need, Carl W., QD, Elizabeth, Pa., Ensign Baker, Earl P., Jr., QD, Fellows, Calif., Ensign Lowe, Robert W., QC, Akron, Ohio, Ensign Werlein, Arthur J., 3B, Berwyn, llls., Ensign Robinson, David E., 3B, Chicago, llls., Ensign Dixon, John C., QC, Cincinnati, Ohio, Qnd Lt. Cline, Richard W., 3A, Santa Paula, Calif., Qnd Lt. Hayden, Donald D., 3A, Vista, Calif., Ensign Peltier, Jim P., QD, Mt. Clemens, Mich., Ensign Larson, Philip R., 3B, North Branch, Minn. . . . SECOND ROW, Ensign Barnum, Leon E., 3B, Monticello, N. Y., Ensign Burton, Jean A., 3B, Kansas City, Kans., Ensign Allen, Wayne L., QD, Chicago, llls., Ensign Gilroy, Anthony F., 3A, Brooklyn, N. Y., Ensign Belanger, Robert N., SA, ' , 1943 Glen Ellyn, llls., 2nd Lt. Deal, Oliver E.,. 3B, Omaha, Nebr., Ensign Miller, Pleasant V., Jr., 3B, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Long, Howard D., QD, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Kelley, Grant L., 3A, San Jose, Calif., Ensign Brugger, Lawrence O., SA, San Bruno, Calif ..., THIRD ROW: Ensign Miller, Andrew P., 3B, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Dunkle, Christopher T., Jr., 3C, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Franzen, Kendall E., 3B, Burbank, Calif., Qnd Lt. Wiggins, Mathew D., QB, Hartselle, Ala., Ensign Baker, William H., Jr., QD, Sherman, Texas, Qnd Lt. Kline, John F., 3A, Van Wert, Ohio, Qnd Lt .Hager, James L., Jr., Ventura, Calif., Ensign Walsh, Milton K., QD, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Wilmanns, Frederick A., QD, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign Warner, Alfred H., QC, Eugene, Ore. wg: NJ 'K 'hir FlRST ROW, Ensign Evans, Thomas R., QC, Easton, Pa., Ensign Brandt, Robert F., QC, Fort Wayne, Ind., Ensign Juraschek, William D., QC, Chicago, llls., Ensign Gum, Harvey S., Jr., QC, San Jose, Calif., Ensign Boyd, Joseph S., QC, Ladonia, Texas, Ensign Schadinger, Ross B., QC, Visalia, Calif., Ensign Amig, Alvin F., 3A, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Wetherill, Gaylord D., 3A, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Roberts, Joseph E., QD, Moorestown, N. J., Ensign Smith, Robert M., 3A, St. Paul, Kans .... SECOND ROW: Ensign McBride, William J., 3B, Twin Falls, Idaho, Ensign Bramblett, Roy H., 3C, Buford, Ga., Ensign Schrotz, William F., QD, Philadelphia, Pa., Qnd Lt. Cannon, William H., QD, Rego Park, L. l., N. Y., Ensign Maffitt, Norman H., 3B, Nampa, Idaho, Ensign Lang, Robert M., Jr., lift, mmm' A 4 'II Eigl Off QD Atlanta Ga Ensign La er Jc e h W QD Brookl n N Y Qnd Lt Morrison, ' ' 'A Y I 5 P ., , , . .Q ' Gene W-, 3A, Santa Ana, Calif., Qnd Lt. Wilson, Josebh C. Ill, 3B, San Gabriel, Calif., Ensign Davis, Kenneth G., 3D, Newton, Iowa . . , THIRD ROW, Qnd li- Charlton, Douglas W., 3C, Placentia, Calif., Ensign Pigion, George H-1 351 Yakima, Wash., Qnd Lt. Griffith, John S., 3B, Amboy, llls., Ensign Keller, Ge0f9e M., Jr., QD, Washington, D. C., Qnd Lt. Barnard, Paul R., QC, Amarillo, TCXUS? 2nd l-"- -T"0Pnellf Paul E-, QC, Lancaster, Pa., Qnd Lt. Smith, Edward C-1 361 Winston-Salem, N. C., 2nd Lt. Gillert, Martin P., 3B, Ponca City, Okla., En5l9n liuyolkl iloude J-1 -lf-1 3A, ST. Louis, Mo., Ensign Austin, Richard C., 3A, Mom' cair, . . Page T50 FIR: BYl'0n Enslgr St. LO Rlchqr Wilfre L 41 x 4' 41 it R l Eighth Battalion Officers, Naval Air Station-Seated: Lt. P. J. Hoover Officer in Charge . . . Standing: Lt. D. F. Smith, Executive Officer, Lt. fig W. H. Schoon, Lt. ligl W. Lenich, Ensign K. F. Parsons. UN , 1943 --,W ' X XV Cx ,xwh XC., .mu V xnxx N'-'Xxx . V or P ,xx c 'S Ss., N.. X mx xx., Xxx K -.. ,X , J fx W V. Q ifif 'i Ewa. .1 Ji . 'Ig Q--.nf FIRST ROW: Ensign Marconi, Gino, 3C, Mt. Shasta, Calif., Ensign Sample, Byron J., 3C, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Turpin, Robert C., 3D, Long Beach, Calif., Ensign Coleman, Kenneth D., QC, El Colon, Calif., Ensign Kater, Fred H., 3D, ST. Louis, Mo., Ensign Elliott, Thomas W., Jr., 3A, Edenton, N. C., Ensign Hamilton, Richard F., SA, North Falmouth, Mass. . . SECOND ROW, Ensign Blessing, Wilfred E., 3C, Santa Cruz, Calif., 2nd Lt. Betts, John, Jr., 3B, Farrell, Pa., Ensign Bates, Sheldon S., 3A, Philadelphia, Pa., 2nd Lt. Ellingson, Thomas C., 3A, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Schefft, Charles E., 3A, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign White, Fowler F., 3B, West Hartford, Conn., 2nd Lt. Kelley, Richard L., 3C, Columbus, Ohio . . . THIRD ROW: Ensign Clune, Peter F., 2D, Kansas City, Kans., Ensign Burnett, Robert W., 3A, Oakland, Calif., Ensign Church, Robert E., 3B, Monona, Iowa, Ensign Heap, Albert R., Jr., Haddonfield, N. J., Ensign BOFFEN, Guy Jennings, Jr. 3B, Loganville, Ga., Ensign Mills, Donald R., 3C, Indianola, Iowa. Page l5l ,ff ,ffr 'LW - Ninth Battalion Officers, Naval Air Station-Seated: Lt. ligi R. B. Bran- harn, Lt. E. E. Stevens, Officer in Charge, Ensign J. A. Mason . . . Standing Lf, tlgi J. VV. Bosse, Lt. iigi T. R. Deering. JUNE N, 1943 J xx, Qxg, ,Q I 1 W ,.., J , y if' if '51 I 'LI , ' ,im ef ' I -. Sf' T T A i 2 J i . 1 E ' . g f i 1 .g S a A hi FJRST ROW! Ensign Sellers, Frankie N., SA, Irvine, Calif., Ensign Hybertsen, Horace M., 2D, Portland, Ore, Ensign Pettit, William E., QC, Bentonville, Ark., Ensign Gronochan, John R., QD, Buffalo, N. Y., Ensign Delzer, Robert H., 3D, Portland, Ore., Ensign Boughton, James A., QD. Teaneck, N. J., Ensign Mosby, Thomas T., QD, X'X'ytlie'.ille, Va., Ensign Babb, Harry L., SB, Canal Fulton, Ohio, Ensign Mularski, Lean S., 'ID South Bend Brcol. N. J.' Ensign Morton, Roger L., 3A, Bagley, lox-.fa Ensign Wilson, Lee A., SA, Efgle' .'.' ood, Colo., Ensign Rader, George H., SA, Oakland, Calif., Ensign Gerlach, Dayton O., QC, Edgerton, Kans., Ensign Mudge, John F., SA, Miiineapclis, Ensign Christensen, . .:.i4., L Harland R., 3A, Clark, S. Dak., Ensign Overfelt, Charles R., 3A, Kirksville, M0- Ensign Jensen, Rodney C., SB, Eugene, Ore., Ensign Peterson, Clifford .Bw 3A Vancouver, Vkfash., Ensign Gear, Bud B., 3B, Susanville, Calif.: Ef'5l9n C-Pchmn Kenneth E., QD, Postlond, Ore .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Wells, William J- 3A, Toledo, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Rogers, John A., QC, Gladstone, Mich., 2nd Lt. Brush Charles O., 39, Muncie, Ind., 2nd Lt. Coleman, John C., 3A, Pendleton, Ofe- 2nd Lt. Gatterdam, Paul J., 3C, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Sabien, Joseph Wy 35 Pittsburgh, Pa., 2nd Lt. Wassman, Stuart R., QC, Sioux City, lovva, Ensign MCK'nneY Robert A., 3B, Saginaw, Mich., 2nd LI Biddix, Raymond D., 3C, Castonici, N- C' 2nd Lt. Ross, F. Kelly, QD, P'ne Bluff, Aik. Page T52 x H-YN 5 5. Bron' finding: a ,W . iq s i 4 . , . , . . c tit Qi g. it ' li l ii l i i alia i V il i . i . L- - f .i- -1 .Ja m-Q.M- -C FIRST ROW: Ensign Ray, William D., 3C, Kansas City Mo., Ensign Bowman, James R., 3C, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Moore, Lowenburg H., QD, Ayden, N. C., Ensign Johnson, David E., Jr., 3B, Highland Park, llls., Ensign Westfall, Granklin G., QC, Reno, Nev., Ensign Wesley, Ray, QD, LeRoy, Ills., Ensign Wilson, James F., QD, Woodruff, S. C., Ensign Strachan, David l.., QD, Wichita Falls, Texas, Ensign Frangkiser, Roger C, QC, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Szmagai, Marion C., 3A, Detroit, Mich. . . . SECOND ROW: Qnd Lt. Morrison, Robert J., QD, Philadelphia, Pa., Qnd Lt. McShane, John J., QC, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Rea, Samuel A., SC, Fort Wayne, Ind., Qnd Lt. Ayres, Samuel D., 3A, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign UN Q , 1943 Phillips, Merrill L., 3A, Fairmont, Incl., Ensign Hendericlc, William J., 3C. Columbia. S. C., Qnd Lt. Phillips, Donald R., QD, Tulsa, Ol.la.f Qnd Lt. Stark, William H., QD, Orange, Texas, Qnd Lt. Jackson, Leete, Jr., QD, Lulvlnoclc, Texas, Ensign Makibbin, George D., SC, Balboa, C. Z. THIRD ROVV: Qnd Lt. Adams, Howard M., 3A, Richmond, Calif., Ensign Jennings, Ralph S., Jr., QC, Howard City, Mich., Qnd Lt. Smart, William D., QD, Leesxfille, Ln., Qnd Lt. Smith, Giles J., QD, Kansas City, Mo., Qnd Lt. Teel, Russell S., UC, Snntri fl.: .r, Calil., Qnd Lt. Smith, Ellis M., 31-X, Caldwell, lclalto, Ensign Sonner, lrl V., ZA, l'- trrlninu, Chilli., Qnd Lt. Warren, Joseph R., 3A. Cliomec. S. C.: Qnd Lt. Terrell, Charles E., QC., l.".cCaml1, Miss., Qnd Lt. Miller, Arthur R., ISA, Boulder, Colo. X X MW '-V7 24 4 glib, V, 'W-41,51 A ,. ..,, A g K E I . , j , i,3 1 it i . 1 f ' . F S -. . i -' - s- 5 -' . Q Q s SN, t E , . l li l . T 3 , . 1 . .s . S i L , 5. X 1 FIRST ROW: Ensign Pedder Richard L. 3A Berlxele Calif., Ensign Eckmann Rolfe W. QC Seattle Wash.- Ensign Mitchell Henry P. 35 Glendale, Calif., Ensign West Kenneth B. QD Garclei Cit Kans.- Ensign Plant Claude W. B, Portland Mich.-Ensign Lee James R. SB, Lawrence, Rana, Ensign Kern William G. 3D Gary lnd.- Ensign Kelchner James W. SB, K n:'3 C'tf lvl s., Ensign Kinsell ic1ard A 3B an afael Calif DI n offield uane E B i SECOND ROW Enslqn Bourne William H 3C Huntington Park Cclit Ensign Kopman Joseph 3C De loit lxfich Ensign L Estrange Roger W C Lakewood Ohio Ensign Marden Walter C QD Philaclelphia Pa Qnd Lt Wilson l ' ' ,Q . Wanek cck , A - Q Cai .- o ert O. , .zz-.ii e. W: fi n Lt. helgren David O. C, .1.,i:,L ii . -: - Hahn FVUU '- A-hlai.cl, if is .v nsi n r om David B. B, : .'.' ret e ' sf Ensign Moyers ewis V. - , vietropois, ,. Tl'llPD PON: Ensign Krebs Manson QD Oi'o-:e , '.i' .A . n uroni ar e . .. 1 ,: , ,.- Ensign arr omas Jr. SA oi.e a 1 .1 - nsiqn Haas Robert S. -D S. Davids a.- sign Daly P ul L 3!-X a watt Qnd Lt Higgins Rolancl 3A Lawrence Lt emams George G ri 211 LT Schml en r ord G SC 1 nson c ne 1 :ami Qnd Lt Craddock Wlliam C QD Vicklourg Mi Page T53 2 1 UN' 5 , 1943 I tl' fl ,ill l l lr NB' vm l ry, ,Ww l l f t l . .Ll FIRST ROW: Ensign Turpin, Ralph A., 38, Ottumwa, Iowa, Ensign Wakefield, James A., 3A, Brush, Colo., Ensign Berree, Norman R., QD, Upper Darby, Pa., Qnd Lt. Veach, Robert L., QA, Helena, Mont., Ensign Geraghty, Joseph C., BD, Evanston, llls., Ensign Bond, George W., 3C, Williamstown, Pa., Ensign Gillings, J George H., 3B, West Palm Beach, Fla., Ensign Cummings, Clyde A., 3C, St. Joseph, Mo .... SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Badgley, Gene M., 3B St. Paul, Minn., Ensign Houston, Charles M., 3A, Fresno, Calif., Ensign Stime, Robert N., Jr., 3A, Chicago, llls., Ensign Gruber, Donald M., BA, Denver, Colo., Ensign Miller, Matthew J., 3C, JU E 3 , 1943. wx-e 5' :B 'sf ,N Q E . .s t . Q 3 . 53 , . .Q ., , 3 4 :S .l . f 5. Chicago, llls., Ensign Caldwell, Robert T., 3B, Titusville, Fla., Ensign Twelves Wendall V., 3A, Spanish Fork, Utah, Ensign Kloss, George E., 3A, Chicago, ills.- Qnd Lt. Morris, Jack G., QD, Portland, Ore .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Brady I 1 I ulian H., 3C, McComb, Miss., Qnd Lt. Ginader, Edward N., QC, Philadelphia, Pa., 2nd Lt. Bordigon, Ronney, 3A, Denver, Colo., 2nd Lt. Hanson, Bert W., 3A, Omaha Nebr., Ensign Quave, Louis L., QD, Biloxi, Miss., Ensign Colgate, John M., 3B Winchester, Mass., 2nd Lt. Zimmerer, Edmond J., 3C, Nutley, N. J., 2nd Lt. Welhelmsen, Orson B., QC, Salt Lake City, Utah. f 1 l l l l r 35293991 -M' 1 may ,gr A- ,gf Nb w I J f. 'QP t..-sf?-s.3 -swf' wmv ws. A 'lx FIRST ROW Qnd Lt Huey Bully B BB Pendleton Ore Qnd Lt Knight James L 3B Delta Utah Ensign Goebel Carl A 3C Culver City Calif Ensign Killian Kenwdrd V QD Ghent Ono Ensign Schoenllce Howard G 3B Juneou W,5C Ensign Brenner Edward F 3C Baznnn. Vans Ensign Flynn William E A enatchee VVcxsh Ensign Dougherty Edward N RC Vlfausaw VV: Ensign Odom Marvin R 3A Rocky Mount N C Ensign Ross VernonL 3B Vfmlmo ycms SECOND ROW 2nd Lt Jardes Robert F 3A Yansas City Mo 2nd L1 Rob.,-,Son John W 3A Mt Vernon Ga Ensign Mathews John R 3C Tilton GQ Ensign I lei 'tu Z! X Q X I Z 'lu' "'-1. is 'Nmap'-QAlv,,-.,, qw Ne-- o U 2 5 5 D 3 ffl 3 'L' no D 0 o o. Q . a. I" FU o D Q 1 a. cn an U7 7s o 3 in Q lh O ,Z 7: Q 3 V7 Ensign ambers Richard H 3C Lincoln Nebr Ensign Mason Edrtc R 3A Maple w od N J nslgn Rlngus Anthony P QC Westville llls Ensign Mamma Henry C 2D Montrose Calif THIRD ROW 2nd Lt McKean Robert A Portland Ore Ensign Cole John S 3A Fargo N Dak 2nd Lt Tux UF arence W QD Marblehead Mass Ensign Goss James P QD Marble 90 ass Ensign Herman Louis R 3B Clovls Calif Ensign Hale Cornelius oulsville Ky nsign Champion Gordon C QD Oakland Calif 5159 o and Arthur T 3D St rf City Iowa Ensl n Wilson David R 3A L0 9 Smith Jack Q 38 B'Vm'n9h0m Alf! En5'9n DUVIS H6V5Cl19l B Jr QD Mlnne Junlab India Ensign Montapert John R 3A Los Angeles Callf Page T54 .- aan 1 -AJ-we Y 1 i ffl Y J in li Z' ,X Im. gy ri Q .Q , 47 -, v . 4 I, . Z I v P , Tenth Battalion Officers, Kingsville, Texas-Front row, left to right: Lt. E. J, Cherry, Lt, J. T. Owens, Officer in Chcirge, Lt. C. C. Smith, Executive Officer, Lt. B. B. Disegi . . . Bock row, Lt. V. F. I-lollenbeck, Lt. ijgi J V Ailliard, Lt. ligl L. O. Stockton, Lt. ligt M. D. Baine, Lt. ligi C. J, McEvans. .lillll Elll, lllflil 5 i tum, , . 4, 3: ' 5, x . I U' -J f .ax Nl Jvyvyfi .agi- , ' 'ix ' ' K a ' v I , '79 ,fy gf fig? Q, .'f,,.,I P any . ' fl' yx , I twig, KX 4' S... M 1 g .. Q I I Ek, jf,-.Xi A A . ,,. I X, . ,V xx IM. my .1 -um i ' if .-X. E . i' 'IX lf' xml fx- . a K . f if 0' .lvl 6- -3 I Af' i-if f-X '- ' 4' 3 ' f 'f fx-.1 -.ff if - 'fe ' fthlnf, , if . ,fe .. - jeg ' .A .1 x E .z - - 1 'V - in- I K XL- lic,-1 A 5 f L-,J X. ,fi 'fc E sxr 114- V I V: , J 1 I lkil ., wk, A I' . ' f .,1 5. . 5 ,VX :+I -N I .,- : 5 Nfl. 6' ,sixth . ,,f .N 1: . X 1 ' . D W i'fJ Q mg QQ. ,g,s,.', I - T. ' I I I I 0 F ' ff l . ' .fly A A .. I giffg 6 . ,'.. . 2, I . 1 gf I ' F ' 5- 'T I' VJ gcc 2 f . I 5 .L 1 . I if if? 1 i " . .. .-. A MQ-- L-. J L I . cL.--.-..4al-.A.i FIRST ROW, Qnd Lt. Kilgore, Robert A., 3A, Minneapolis, Minn., Qnd Lt. McAllister, Archibald Romone, 3D, Albert Lea, Minn., Qnd Lt. Mathison, John H., 3A, Albert Lea, Minn., Qnd Lt. Armstrong, Howard, 3C, Mancos, Colo., Qnd Lt. Larson, Scott P., QD, Elsinore, Utah, Qnd Lt. Martin, Frederick D., 3B, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Mayfield, A. Edward, QD, Dallas, Texas, Qnd Lt. Salisbury, Vernon H., 3B, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Hensel, Frank A., 3A, Bloomington, llls., 2nd Lt. Griffith, Robert A., SC, San Diego, Calif .... SECOND ROW, Ensign Harden, Leonard W., 3B, Boone, Iowa, Ensign Bradley, Phillips H., QD, Rockport, Mass., Ensign Hammett, Wayne E., 3B, Parsons, Kans., Ensign Looney, William H., Jr., 3A, San Diego, Calif., Ensign Danielson, Dillon K., IA, Decorah, Iowa, Ensign f Fowler, Richard E., QD, Houston, Texas, Qnd Lt. Vieth, William H., 3A, Berkeley, Calif., Qnd Lt. Jarvis, Melvin L., 3A, Salina, Kans., Ensign Halm, Theodore J., 3B, Grand Forks, N. Dak., Ensign Fittz, Louie F., QD, Marshall, Texas . . . THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Aune, Arthur J., 3C, Havre, Mont., Ensign MCPhie, Donald A., 3C, Provo, Utah, Qnd Lt. Knowles, William R., 4A, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Austin, John V., Jr., 4A, Santa Barbara, Calif., Ensign Schoenfelder, Charles H., 3A, Wathena, Kans., Ensign West, Johnson E., 3B, Wichita, Kans., Qnd Lt. Myers, Franklin O., QD, Eugene, Ore., Qnd Lt. Neiswanger, David S., 3A, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Wendorf, Edward G., QD, West, Texas, Ensign Rauwolf, Robert J., Jr., 3A, Kansas City, Mo. Page i.55 rl 'Ti l. I I 0 . v-""' I I ll il at .i li it I 1 li il ia .55 1, ir- ? . 3 tl ii 'E I I '- in I if il 1 1 I . I , I I I lt ' i Twelfth Battalion Officers, Vlfalclron Field-Left to right: Lt. Iigl J. P:lLUI1ll, Executive Officer, Ensign S. W. Rasmussen, Lf. C. R. Woxmait, Officer in Charge, Lt. T. E. Gibbs. .lllNl, alll, llllsl t I 3 I I I , 1 I I I . I I l I I . I 5 i I t I t I rl i t I Il l I 1. I. I ' l i . I T in l ill.: f p , I Y K 54,1 3 - H . if ff -Ty g N ,vid , , M -, fmdyhlsl In r -I ., My . -,.,f' -I . -f 'V Il 5 " V ,fr Q -lg 'ix Nj, I QI V H" Q px" iq' 2,-L W. 4, Q 4 fl uf, QAM., ., A I .1 - W - A- 'V . K lt I "I ....:' ,f",f lv' r X 'I 'R O Z fi f W f r 4' "7 " ' J ffl ,gm X- A 'li 1 ' l il!! i l 1 ' 1 S! rig ' , F? - X ,rx I , I I Q . AX rf.. I 3 5 ,g , li I ,, , FA., M X N a , A , 0 I I it i it 2 ,0-A , f N, . v ,'f, I 1. ,,fi. J lc., , , 4 .N sf' I'-s , . , I,,Qr-: I ' Z , I 3 ,L I -f er ip, IM, , ' , J 1 , I . Atal' IJ If f L 2 l f' J T , .V - S- f 1 v -H N' K ', I. 1, .4 , , ' V ff ' V V 4: ., .:' A ' 1 , ,f f 1 V . g , F4 ,' , ' .4 1 . 1, ' , ,U .. 11141 ,,,, C' 'Q " I. . J.. , Q l ' , I Q 1 ' . li V egifj LU", .V KY .,,. ir 'Tj ,A WX? .V Q 4 3 J j .4 ,,., ! I 1 I . D N 1? , if I Lf MJ ,J -N, A I l L A JI I S 1 . ' f f l . f f' 2 . l J. l 7 , ' If N at .1-if .3 L .J-1. J. .. -C ...---.--l l .J Hg., .- .-..Js!.w JL-- -.-L ' I-, .. .. - A -- 2 ' f , I - , ,ll 3C, Hollis, N. Y., Ensign Moore, Frederick L., Jr., 3C, Irvington, N. Y-G Eng? ' Rogers, William L., Jr., QD, Merchantville, N. J., Ensign Carter, Jock E" ' ll , Modesto, Calif., Ensign Rucinski, Edward J., 38, Chicago, llls .... THIRD ROW: I ,J ss, t..,.s.i..., .i...i,.- 2nd ii. Williams, amid M. H., as nice, mme, 2nd Li. 2nd Li. Dean, Jesse M., sc, Flint, Mich., 2nd Li. Murphy, Joseph A., Jr-.Iii 1 5 liiRSi RCE"- 2nd Ll. Grunlund, Stanley A., -hi., Seattle, '.'v'r:slt., 2nd Ll. Deatherage, James A., SC F.:.L-ire Ensign Truesdell, John T. QC Canton 1 . r H City., Ore., Ensign Austin, Henry S., Jr., QD Ne-.-.' Yorl, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Falk, Earl H. L I, Weber, FYCUCJS A-. 39+ Ii'-"-Cfiiilsl-ff N. J. Ensign H0"'90l0, Verne E., 3C, Reedley, Staten l., N. Y., 2nd Lt. MurPhY, Patrick J., 3B, New York, N. Y.: 2nd U' O ' Qll Cvlif-r EHSIQH Adonis. John 5-. 3C lent'-SIC:-H. Pa., Ensign Giarratano, Nino, Walter K., 3C, Tacoma, Wash., Ensign Sooy, Thornton H., 3C, Monroe, N- YJ if SC, Mursltalltox-.n, lo- .-.' a 2nd Lt. Ballew, William W., 38, Grosse Pt., Detroit, 2nd Lt. Haynes, Harold W., 3B, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Diez, Robefi W-I 38' Mich., 2nd Lt. lgnaszewski, Francis R., 3.-1 Paulsboro, N. J., Ensign Moore, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Hintz, Owen M., SB, Oelwein, Iowa, Ensign Yenlzerf lx' Augustus L., SC, Clearfield, Pa., 2nd Lt. Charles, Donald L., IIA, Spokane, Wash., Richard VanB., 2D, Sheridan, Wyo., Ensign Barfknecht, James F., 3C, Bozemcnf Ensign Johnston, Sage M., SB, Tuscaloosa, Ala., Ensign Schwarz, Richard T., W Page l56 ff Montana. It l .i, 'i NA LY ., 1943 FIRST ROW, Ensign Morton, Glenn M., QD, Birmingham, Ala., Qnd Lt. Riley, John C., 48, Taunton, Mass., 2nd Lt. Newton, Richard D., 3C, Auburn, Mass., 2nd Lt. Evans, James W., 3C, Kansas City, Mo., Qnd Lt. Weill, Robert W., 48, Rockford, llls., Qnd Lt. Reynolds, Harry W., 3D, Evanston, llls,, Qnd Lt. Harvely, J. D., Jr., 3D, Augusta, Ga., Qnd Lt. GiebeI,, Robert L., 3D, Wyandotte, Mich., 2nd Lt. Vaughn, Alfred B., 3A, Marshall, Mo., 2nd Lt. Roy, Robert R., 3A, Yakima, Wash .... SECOND ROW: Qnd Lt. Stewart, Robert F., 3A, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Qnd Lt. Streit, Leroy J., 3C, Ipswich, S. Dak., 2nd Lt. Henderson, Duward A., QD, Palestine, Texas, Qnd Lt. Anderson, Lester E., 4A, Portland, Ore., Qnd Lt. J LY Q, i943 Kiester, Kent E., AA, Arcadia, Calif., Qnd Lt. Goodson, William, 3D, Detroit, Mich., Qnd Lt. Traynor, William L., QC, Milton, Wisc., Ensign Nisi, Albert C., QD, Vlforcestcr, Mass., 2nd Lt. Roush, DeLloyd L., 38, Columbus, Ohio, Qnd Lt. Rude, James G., QD, Minneapolis, Minn. , . THIRD ROIN, Ensign Zaborski, Leonard W., QD Stevens Point, Wisc., Ensign Wendell, Harry W., QC, Riverside, llls., Ensign Finke, Herbert E., QD, Elkton, Minn., 2nd Lt. Smith, John E., IIA, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt Haberman, John R., 4A, Woodland, Wash., Qnd Lt. Smith, Maurice F., QD San Diego, Calif., Ensign Nowak, Edwin, 38, Erie, Pa., 2nd Lt. Harrison, Ivan, Jr.i 3C, Fostoria, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Tremblay, Elie G., 38, Nashua, N. H., Qnd Lt. Hoyle, Richard, 3C, Zebulon, N. C. . .! 11' 'ri lojfi 'I vw url ,. , Ill' .fi i,, it Oi' vd- . ,, ii. f' vt? ' I, Milf FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Hambleton, Howard W., 38, Missoula, Mont., Qnd Lt. Dolan, Thomas A., 38, Columbus, Mont., Ensign Burbee, Thomas L., Jr., QD, Portland, Ore., Qnd Lt. Jacobson, Howard I., 4A, Missoula, Mont., Qnd Lt. Winters, Ralph H., 3D, lronton, Ohio, Qnd Lt. Gorsuch, Elmer L., 3D, Redondo Beach, Calif., Ensign Biggs, David C., 3D, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Rich, Clarence E., 38, Sand Springs, Mont., Qnd Lt. Garrett, William E., 3C, Santa Monica, Calif., Qnd Lt. Bailey, Austin J., 38, Islington, Mass .... SECOND ROW, Qncl Lt. Kayden, William, 3D, Encino, Calif., 2nd Lt. Escallier, Charles R., 3D, Hollywood, Calif., Qnd Lt. Johnson, Dean C., 38, McMinnville, Ore., Qnd Lt. Bailey, William L., 3D, Bloom- field, lowa, 2nd Lt. Kotalilc, Robert J., 4A, Berwyn, llls., Ensign Foltz, Ralph E., I V . 3C, Los Angeles, Calif., Qnd Lt. Sparks, Morris C., 3D, Greensburg, INCI- Qnd Lt. Simpson, Wayne, 4A, Salem, Ind., Qnd Lt. Sanders, Roger M., 3C Kittery, Maine, Qnd Lt. Spaulding, Kent D., 4A, St. Paul, Minn. . , . THIRD ROW Qnd Lt. Barton, Jack M., 3A, Garvey, Calif., Qnd Lt. Grube, George C., 3C Toledo, Ohio, Qnd Lt. Hansen, Donald R., 3D, Fargo, N, Dak., 2nd LI. SCIWGIGD Milton, 3C, Catalina, Island, Calif., Ensign Hickman, Marion E., 38, Agra, Okla. Qnd Lt. Clark, Lyle W., 3C, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Wolven, William J. 3A, Albany, N. Y., Ensign Hoffman, Donald F., 3A, Duluth, Minn., 2nd Lt Johnson, Cecil R., 3C, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Gallagher, Matthew, QD, Seekank Mass. Page I57 1 w I I 5 ? J - I .II,I.l -, IIIIQ I I I I I I I S I v..,-..e..,-. Q i I t . i I I I I It 171 FIRST ROW, Ensign Mann, Warren K., 3C, Santa Ana, Calif., 2nd Lt. Robinson Edwin G., 3D, Santa Ana, Calif., 2nd Lt. Hayde, John C., 3B, Burbank, Calif. 2nd Lt. Pollom, Donald B., 3B, Topeka, Kans., 2nel Lt. Denison, Charles R., 3D, Kansas City, Mo., 2nd Lt. Washbon, Robert E., 3C, La Habra, Calif., 2nd Lt. Donaldson, Richard, 4A, Van Nuys, Calif., 2nd Lt. Chaitin, Herbert L., 4A, New York, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Tighe, James F., 3B, New York, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Deverell Robert W., QD, Eugene, Ore. . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Schroeder, Henry, Jr. 3A, Carbondale, llls., Ensign Delay, Earl F., Jr., 3B, Parsons, Kans., 2nd Lt. Schocning, Eric G., 3B, Branford, Conn., 2nd Lt. Callen, George W., 3A, Madison I I Y ' I 'I I il pl 1 P 7 O A P Wisc., 2nd Lt. McDaniel, James, 3C, St. Paul, Minn., 2nd Lt. Turner, Richard L. QC, Houston, Texas, 2nd Lt. Olsen, M. V., 3A, Santa Monica, Calif., 2nd Lt. Fagan Jack A., 3D, Atlanta, Ga., Ensign Schwan, Louis E., 2D, Fort Wayne, Incl. 2nd Lt. Bigford, Jack V., 3C, Seattle, Wash .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Olson Alvin A., 3D, Muskegon, Mich., 2nd Lt. Horton, Howard K., 3D, Eaton Rapids, Mich. 2nd Lt. Samuelson, Richard K., 3A, Indianapolis, Ind., 2nd Lt. Glenn, James H. 3C, Columbia, S. C., Ensign Johnson, Wallace R., ID, Kansas City, Kans., 2nd Lt Protte, Peter B., 3B, Bonne Terre, Mo., 2nd Lt. Cain, William M., 3B, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Slough, Piatt N., 3D, Quincy, Kans., 2nd Lt. Pike, Otis G., Jr., 3C, Riverhead, L. I., N. Y., 2nd Lt. Casey, William H., 3C, Ponca City, Okla. 1 R .4 'Su Y Th Bc SI' FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Meeks, Thomas C., 38, Collingswood, N. J., 2:-nrt Li, Coming Paul V., 3A Manchester N. H. Ensign Lundstrom, Rodne V. 3D, Portland r ' ' I Y 1 , O ., 2nd Ll- 5l"0fPf Eldon J-. 3C, Brady, Texas, Ensign Lawton, Jack W., 3D, Chicageo llls., 2nd Lt. Doolan, James P., QC, Houston, Texas, 2nd Lt. Quick, C. B. 3A, Fort Worth Texas- 2nd Lt Nixon Chester W 3D Brookl n N Y Ensi n Bufqhg 1 1 - , ,, I Y 1 h D: I Stanley P., 30, Spokane, Vkfosh., 2nd Lt. Wright, Owen M., 4A, Ruston? La. . .rl SECOND ROW, Ensign Tetcr, Charles R., QC, Akron, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Heer, Robert 3B Jamestown N Dali- 2nd Lt Cooper Keith F 3C Greengbofo ' ' ' " ' I -1 1 , C., 2nd Lt. Walsh, Lloyd G., 3D, Harmony, Minn., Ensign Conley, William P., 3C Oak Park, llls., 2nd Lt. Fifield, Malcolm M., 38, Mahtomedi, Minn., Ensign l'lU9Uelel Philip L., 3A, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Stigall, Robert La, 38, St. Joseph, M0- 2nd Lt. Medcalf, Harvey E., 3C, Minneapolis, Minn .... THIRD ROW 2nd Lt. Mitch, Ernest A., 3C, Missoula, Mont., 2nd Lt. Stokoe, Orlo E., 3D, Seattle WOSIW-: 2nd Lt. Dow, Russell A., 3D, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Ringeff Charles 'l' 33, Minneopolis, Minn-: 2nd Lt. Hanson, Howard L., 3A, Stillwater, Minn.: 2nd lj' Boston, Frederick L., 3A, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Davey, James M., 2C, Detroll MICIW-: 2nd Lt. Becker, Edward J., 3C, Chicago, IIIs., 2nd Lt. Rothweilen Jack M' 3C, Palmyra, Mo. Page I58 I f I exl I X FIR Char, lllnnl lqdgs QQ, J Bunk Eeflcl Calif. 33' P In , Richard L., 'd ll. Fagan -,I-., Illll., 'ci Il. Olson cplds, Mich., 1, lames H., rs., incl Il 1 r Los Angeles, Ulis G., lr., Gila. Thirreenrh Battalion Chase Eielcl Eco 'll T , . vi e, excrs-Secirccl, Ll. rig, C. A. Bage, LT. Wm. Leffvvich, Jr., Officer in Charge, Lf. figr P. T. Scull Sfanding: Lf. Cigl L. A. Slar L er, T. Iigl P. H. Hickson, Executive Officer, Ensign H. L. Reisling, Lf. ligl C. L. Clark. 'I l 'I J IJ Y , I o l P fl 'I . elif MW . , ll?" 'EV' .1 .49 QOL " ,nnlei ,I ,gr , ,, :WIZII ind II. I f,iy,rr f 'igfl II" r I ' K I I V ' E A 2 WJ ,I j ,pmf',"2,n .ni .hi , no L 1 "I ' d-gn, 1. I T. 3 if , K i Q ki ,. V '- , ol gift x T' 2 ' A tdpf 'I 'il ,Q , QI' if ' 'I A . i s .gi . Z, , tj ' Ts" 13' , in ,ff I is., ,J I .s I , n J I .I . rw' or ""' .. " ., 0' i M- J . ,a N- lg mx Q I , X i Q ' 1- J I I o ' 5 l -N?.iQ..i.:,,, ,. 5 . ,. . - Tb. - -----. . M ?. . -VAM, . , nn, Y A Y A FIRST ROW, Ensign Blass, Edward R., SB, Arkansas City, Kans., Ensign Dugger, Walden, Jack R., 3C, Son Diego, Calif., Ensign Lescher, Eugene J., 3D, Avon, Ohio Charles L., SAI Joplin, M04 Ensign Fears, Alfred D., SDI Jackson, GO-I Ensign Ensign Eichhorn, Richard E., 3D, Troy, Ohio, Ensign McGinley, Vic D., 3C, Chanute Flinri, Kenneth A., 38, Oakland, Calif., Ensign Bridge, William A., 35, Medicine KOPSJ En5'9"' I'7IIe' Reber, H" 331 AVOIOP' COI'f'7 Ennon George' John R" QP Lcd . . . Pasadena, Calif. . . . THIRD ROVV: Ensign Wallace, Albert G., 3B, Berwick, Pa. ge, Kans., Ensign Evans, Billy H., 38, Burley, Idaho, Ensign Lynch, George G., , , , . , , , . , . V , Ensign Maranville, Horace B., 3C, Guide Rock, Nebr., Ensign Trowbirdge, William QC, Jacksonville, Fla., Ensign Crain, Charles Z., 2D, San Antonio, Texas, Ensign 3B Anderson S C- Ensign MacLeod Thomas L 3D Santo Moniw Conf Boffholdif John J., SA, Son Dioszof Colif.: Ensign Gowonof John J-I 30 Lone Ensign Lord, Charles v., so, Oakland, cnlrf., Ensign Mnllorie, Robert J., aa, Hub Beach, Calif ..,. SECOND ROW: Ensign Cummings, J. Carl, 3C, Glendale, bard, Ohio, Ensign Trudgeon, James W., 3D, Miami, Okla., Ensign Schlechter Calif,, Ensign Kroll, Vincent B., 3B, Sfevens Poinf, VVisc., Ensign Por1er, Miles G., J ' ' ' ' 3B 1 . , 1 4 n , Mlneapolrs, Minn., Ensign Reeves, William C., 3A, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign ames, SA, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Llndsfrom, Gaylon M 3D Tacoma W h , ., , , as ., Ensign Moyer, Eugene H., 3C, Falconer, N. Y. Page T59 f I is J Jlllil' ', lilflil . XCR R A visiting PBQY is towed into a hangar on a foggy morning. f i if rf' 3' Y . I X ' - f A N la , f' . f G Wi ! 'A V vs A , , in le 1 1 P I 'E f . n 1, f ..,. .n . , ',,, ' v,,- A , n . if -4 5 ' A A "' l 4. ,lf li ig g ' t! J, 15, UI' Q L, L - V . ' 1 . f E i ' ' Q 1 . -v f 2 4 f i 1 , ' ' 1 , ,. E i , t i Qi E i g i i i l l li , . A f 3 , i E Z i i l i i X 5, ' i 1 i 2 J i i .1 I in A J i M: I I i i f J , l ii 3 ,-,,,,-.i,---f- 3 1 A 4 Wd,-.A H A N47-, W. ,4,A ,1-,v,,,,,, . .,.-.,1ni.------ .. . , . . I 1 HRS? FIQ'.'i., Ensign Billions, George, .QI :ivan 1 - Ur.. Ensign Cozzens, Gordon B., QC, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Kilgore, Burton F., 3C, Dcvenpoflh Ogg Jomes E., QD, ge:-g-fer.-., zu- Ensign Abercrombie, William W., BC, Long Eeari., Ensign Justice, Jock B., 3A, Chanute, Kans., Ensign Schwvifflf Rebel? " l Calif, Ensign Longnecker, Aibert W., EO Pre'-'Env L' rip, Ensign Tegge, Edward H., Wheat Ridge, Colo., Ensign Nemcilx, Stephen R., 3A, Cleveland, Ohio Mingonl sn, nnnnnn nn.nin.n, N, Q. Ensign onins, onnnid C., QD. :.f.iii.-inniee, v-inn, iniizo ROW: Ensign Chose, Kenneth c., if., 33, onyion, Ohioi EEN?" Mm. Ensign Bfiggeninn, Joseph J., 30, QE-sin, wif., Ensign Calley, ciininn D., 20, Royal w., 38, Alameda, Calif., Ensign Hall, Joy G., BB, ROC ew" B, Brgdyl Texas, Ensign Altomari, Albert, 3,-1, Spin Francisco, Calif., Ensign Kiislcila, Ensign Pressler, William J., Jr., 3C, West Palm Beach, Fla., Ensign Scholf, Jorxgllerr Donald L., 35, National Mine, P.'..ch, SECOND ROV'-H Ensign Power, 3D, Toledo, Ohio, Ensign Doux, Fortune J., 33, Cl1iCGQO, lllS.:CErEl9n Wash ox, " Joseph W., Jr., SC, Jacksonville, Fla., Ensign Cauclle, Wilburn R., lB, Shreveport William F. 3B Fort Wayne, Ind., Ensign Knox, Charles S., 3B, ODUH R., SC Lo., Ensign Stelow, Fred J., 38, Hammond, Ind., Ensign McCord, John W., 331 Ensign Meicier, Francis P., QC, Santa Ana, Calif., Ensign Klingler, Oakland, Calif., Ensign Simpson, John D., QD, lnverness, Flo., Ensign McLelland, Zurlack, Calif. Page l6O -IV 1 Ting. . iv jf' nl? ,vii i ,br , 1, ,pf L, lr F 7 i .4122 U Ar- b v y A 1 . "" i , 2 f i I Q N.- M A l VV, P I VL, ' 1 I r -. I I ' , 3 I 3 I . - - Z Q I I 1 r r A , A : , Q. - , l . 3 . l l 1 l I 3 . A , ' Y K , Q . I I l t Q ' Y 1 I i . I --C...-....,h.n..,, 4 I lil I - In .4 .. 2 l l I L FIRST ROWI Ensign Coffman, Lewis A., 3C, Laguna Beach, Calif., Ensign Marmon, Ensign Neill, Peter A., JB, Biz, ,fin M 'y Engign Wolff, Robe.-rt W., f'C'f, Urlirw- Fflttelfe F-1 QD, GCH1Clf2f1 CIIV, KCIHSJ Ensign Jewell, Joseph W., Jr., 3C, Summit, N. J. ll'f,, Ensign Hedley, Robert H., ftff Y. ri Clilif Ensign DUHY, Jomp, E, gr Ensign Kerber, Wllllam C., Jr., 3A, Merwoocl Parl-1, Upper Darby, Pa., Ensign Moniariri. Cfilif., Ensign Hinggh, Pero, RH fgr 3,1 p,,,., ,,r,,,,, Hmm Roi.,-.' Schlegel, Charles. F., SB, Minturn, Colo., Ensign White, Robert, IB, San Diego, Ensign Laney, John H., BC, lf,itf-I L.t,fg,. ff.,l,f Emggn wglwn, HOHY Z" gf' Calif., Ensign Whlllons, Jack E., SD, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canaclci, Ensign Monroe, Los Angeles, Crilit., Ensign Schultz, Irving E., Tiff l ,.'.,..,..! ...v rj,,1,f. Emgon Lawrence S., 3D, Chicago, Ills.,. Ensign Zane, William G., 3B, Queens Village, Pigcopo, williom GW grj, L03 ,-.,,,J,-.l.., r,,t,f,A gmign J0,,mo,,l 5,,,ngo,d'H.' El, L. I-., N. Ensign Robbins, Covrlle W., 3C, Eugene, Ore., . SECOND ROW, Enumclaw, Wa,h., Ensign Lazzorcvich, Richard E., EC, lf, ft,ii,..I.--,A r",.iI.t En5'9f' Rlnehafff Carroll W., QD, Hallandale, Minn., Ensign Coeur, Gerald A., Ensign McCormick, William A., Jr., 38. Cliiciirira, III- Ensign Crowley, Rolfe W. SC, Freshwater, Calif., Ensign Erlandson, Otto D., 3C, Payson, Utah, Ensign Laster, 3D, Brush. Cala., Ensign Clancy, Edward, UD, ,'.,t,,,f,,,,,, ,,' g,,,gq,, Mwklh, Edward W., 3B, Benton Ark., Ensign Finnegan, John J., 3C, Fresno, Calif., James K., QD, Benlsg-Iinqin, ts.Ii,I,,, V JULY , 1943 ,f ,f ,,f, ,QWH 3. pri " art' Hit ytln Mwr frilg ' i ,ir J ll r Mali , XI' nl' 'i f W,,,ni.w,.,. grill , :fi ' ,j 1 J ri Mn ill zu..- ,ix U15 1,5 .Y it-of ? ef fi. - g . Z' . . . -., I. f t I .H 1 Aft , .TNT A glfissii l ". ,ii ' , K J .ff 2 -- J Q i X 3 , .. .f , f 5 1 0,,T,,m' 3 j j J 5 I eb if ,,..,,,, , -4 .1 ii. L J J L J FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Woods, Robert L., 3C, Pullman, lNash., 2nd Lt. Mclndoe, New York, N. Yf 2nd Lt. Sargent, Roy M., 48, Pierson, Iowa, 2nd Lt, Taylor, Ffed W., QC, Carmel, Calif., 2nd Lt. Bentley, Robert H., 4A, Rochester, N. Y., Donald U., 3C, Denfer, Colo., 2nd Lt. Hill, Irving E., Jr., -4A, Tacoma, Wash., 2nd Lt. Haynes, Ewell H., Jr., SB, Athens, Ga., 2nd Lt. Wells, Hubert, SD, 2nd Lt. Campbell, William J., 3D, Duluth, Minn., 2nd Lt. Johnson, Karl T., 4A, Murphy, N. C., 2nd Lt. Hoock, Leo A., Jr., SA, Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y., 2nd Lt. Rochelle Park, N. J. THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Naylor, Raymond A., 4A, lmel, Arthur B., Jr., 3D, Cushing, Okla., 2nd Lt. Shumaker, Richard F., SC, Scotch Grove, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Smith, Hicks A., Jr., QD, Ada, Olfla., 2nd Lt. Wurtman, COlUmbus, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Carmichael, William J., 4A, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Walter B., ACA, Har-.re-,g Iils., 2nd Lt. Anderson, Donald R., 4A, Chicago, llls., MCAleer, Edward P., 3C, Bakersfield, Calif .... SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Poehlman, 2nd Lt. Carpenter, Jarvis H., 3C, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Erickson, Edward W Arthur W., 3C, Pacific Grove Calif- 2nd Lt Rogers Jerome D 4B Mineola L-I, N. Y., 2nd Li. Mfmughizii, Edwciid J., 4B,' New York, N. Y., 2nd Li. Mingins, l-eICh8SfBf H., 4B, Forrest Hills, L. I., N. Y., 2nd Lt. Murray, Richard L., QD, 3D, Sterling, Calc., 2nd Lt. McGill, William, 4B, Ely, Nev., 2nd Lt. Lebcii Robert W., 3B, Millersburg, Pa., 2nd Lt. Snider, Howard R., 3C, Bellingham, Wash., 2nd Lt. Simmons, Robert L., 38, Oak Park, Ills. Page I6I , Q i L E f Y v 1 . .i .lllil , 19,3 'im i r . g , L 1 f . Q Y V 4 J 5 If K l l Y l I i I N i l v X l l l l l ji i i I. ' i l 1 . " L I l l X 4 X - 3 1 1 i l P 2 l - .. R- f J Q. l l q l , i lf . 3 ' r' .f-'s,-.- ,..l,. . , 3. , . il . FIRST ROVV, Ensign Boring, Walton H., 3C, Crouse, N. C., Ensign Haggbloom, Leland R., QD, Sterling, Kans., Qnd Lt. Clement, Dalton W., 4A, Ventura, Calif., Oran K., 3C, St. Cloud, Minn., Ensign Joyce, John P., 3C, Toledo, Ohio, Ensign 2nd Lt. Stonebraker, Walter R., 3B, Cascade, ldaho, 2nd Lt. Blommen, Charles D., Hayden, Edward G., 38, Chicago, llls., Ensign Naff, George, 3C, Detroit, Mich., 4A, DuBois, Po., Qnd Lt. Luther, Charles R., 3C, Waseca, Minn. . . THlRD ROW, Ensign Terrell, James F., QD, Baton Rouge, La., Ensign Selby, John H., 3C, Oakland, Qnd Lt. Labovitch, Carl, 4A, Syracuse, N. Y., Qnd Lt. Thomas, Robert G., SD, Calif., Ensign Steffes, Robert A., 3D, Calvary, Wisc., Ensign Spear, Harry S., 3B, Glendale, Calif., Qnd Lt. Glenn, Andrew D., 3C, Bowling Green, Ohio, 2nd Lt. xshley, ills., Ensign Middleton, Willis A., 38, Evergreen, Ala., Ensign Ruda, Dalton, Edgar T., 4A, Kirkland, Wash., Qnd Lt. Comstock, Eldon V., 4A, Mankato, Henry Cz, 30, Barboo, Wisc .... SECOND ROW, Qnd Lt. Marshall, Samuel P., Minn., Qnd Lt. Kigin, Jerome J., 4A, Mankato, Minn., 2nd Lt. Fitzgerald, John J., ISA, Raleigh, N. C., Qnd Lt. Brady, Henry M., Jr., 3C, Pensacola, Fla., Qnd Lt. 4A, New York, N. Y., Qnd Lt. Santin, Patrick Gilda, 3B, Beverly, Mass., 2nd Lt. Russell, Marvin R., AA, Los Angeles, Calif., Qnd Lt. Youngren, Wayne A., 4A, Melin, Ernest I., QD, Fredric, Wisc., 2nd Lt. Gibbens, Stephen F., 3D, Kalamazoo, Duluth, Minn., 2nd Lt. Hutchison, Robert S., 3C, Montoursville, Pa., 2nd Lt. Smith, Mich., 2nd Lt. Swallow, Calvin A., 4A, Pasadena, Calif. .lll.l' lll, i943 4 li LN f ll. 51 ' ik .V . 'H 'iv N lf' f Q" I gr FlRST RON-V: Ensign Brumfield, Elma T., BC. Bogolusa, La., Ensign Carlson, Robert W., 35, Rockford, ills., Ensign Minor, George, 4A, Kenosha, V'.'i5c,, Ensign Carlisle, Robert L., SD, Norfolk, Nebn, Ensign Mathias, Joseph W., 3D, LOS Angeles, Calif., Ensign Riley, Robert G., -QA, Lafayette, lnd., Ensign Bishop, Puul G., 3D, E. Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Larsen, Duane W., 3D, Salt Lake City, UYOl1: En5ign Strachan, Leland B., -ZA, Barnard, S. Dak., Qnd Lt. Williams, Maynard ., -QA, Aberdeen, S. Dak. SECOND ROl."'.', Ensign Olson, Marvin W., -QA, Robert W., -QA, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Hanecak, Richard G., -1A, Los Angeles, . sc' g , J J V, ll 1 wen, Mich., Ensign Baertschy, Karl R., -CA, Moy-.'ille, Vmfisc., Ensign Hayes, Tb . 1 3 l X I A ity. iid, 3 'Qggiv Xi' Calif., Ensign Bondank, John J., 4A, Kansas City Kans., Ensign Covici Rlchofd N" ' ' ' lll .' El'1Sl9n Parker' 3D, Chadron, Nebr., Ensign Zawilla, Alfred, 4A, Chicago, s, . . . . D St. Churleg E 3D Fort Wayne lnd Ensign Driessen, William F., 3 , d U' Clarence ., , , ,, I Oh' THlRD ROW' 2n llls., Ensign Saltsman, Hugh D., 4B, lronda e, io . . . , d Fowler, Millard F., AA, Okanagan, Wash., Ensign Harlan, Hugh C-1 4Af Ponlcn ' - ' ' l Joseph Sv Ore., Ensign Klass, Stewart R., 3B, Coronado, Calif., Ensign Music, ' ' ' oi d ie, Calif., Ensign C"'PP 3D, Stow, Ohio, Ensign Schumacher, Paul A., 4A, en a Atlee F., 3D, Ontario, Calif., Ensign Scholz, Gerald R., 3D, Portlandi-I O55 ' -I Ensign Rasco, Billie F., QD, Memphis, Texas, Qnd Lt. Gadbey, WI 'Um ' ' ld h Falls ld0l10- Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Gilman, George L., Jr., 3C, a 0 , V Page l62 I .lg F fit, Gul Pee Gr, PQI lg, 3A' 1, . i r i ruro, Colil., Charles D., HIRD ROW: :ri G., 30, rio, Ziiil t, Mankato, - lcl, John J., ss., 2nd lt. Kalamazoo, X Cf' Coder receives chit from Re irnentol C d D g o et uty Officer giving hint credit for one hour's rnorching on the romp. JULY Ill, i943 J...,,,.,.-W-0. t. 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EHSIQH Ln 'Exif' lil.-RQ nslgn O Nr' er- en " Er' -mu: , nSlg.n msn? ' K Parker, ' . H -ND Stewort L., -.H pegirzgrn :Q Ensign Close, Perry, 1,, yur. r-rortcigco, CUlif,, gn ri, Gallagher, William, 3D, Belmont, Moss.: 2nd Lt. Morrison, Worren ., J 2nd U Thompson David J 1. 5,,,g,,,,, fm Ti-HDD CCW- Ensign . nal" . . ,, ml , -Skwsq ,V'- . , ., .a..1. i -N .r ...'wi,. - iii it -. -l Zap. Peoion, ills., 2f1Cl l-f- Vifgeisf N'Cl"0l05 JW Jr" 'JC NL" C'l"".' L"4A Zn? Li' Newquist, Jomes VJ., 3D C1:':'3:: ggrp- Ensign Keblusek, Edward, QC, Chicogo, llfdirfii Greenfield, Gaylord C., SD, Cnldiwii, iflfili-D: Ensign Bryan, Dfwid Fr, QU 1115, Ensign rfede, Roland w,, 32. eefdyf. :',1'f,, 2nd Li. ofsutis-fdn, Robert J., 'ifiphii Pcilm Bench, Fig, Ensign Petrokes, Anostatios, -LA, Chicago, llls.- Ensign BGGFSS, 3D D:r:?e5Ver. '.'?s5.A Ensign Crowson, Fred L., ZD, Fqeffexlile, lol. C., Ensign loslgllliil L0yoil M,, 4A Shelby Mich' SECQND ROl,fVf Ensign Budde-nbohm, Horold NV., Keen, Robert D., 32 i':i,""fgj'17' 31:61 fi:"7.y Ensign Jones, Robert J., 4!-, Spolfgrigl HGH nie 3A Effinghqrnn Kgngi Ensign Parish Robert L., SD, Hqrxey, lll5,- Ensign Pennington, Hash, 2nd Li. Muthersbough, Wolloce P., 22, Pgrrlgrid, Cr-3, 2nd Lf. Klein, cndllriw -l' Vi, Jr., 3C,l Klomoih Fcills, Ore-Q Ensign Cohen, Milton H., SB. Houston Texcsf Fred W., 3C VC'li'i, inf. 'i'-r EUSJQFT Ncfekf Tl'10mU5 G-I We-1 CMCUQO, llls. iii' filo' Page i63 Z' The side ol ci ship . . . 1 ing this cargo nel is port oi the cadets' training siniulciling clinilning i .w I 1,5 A K f Q 7 Q . s 1- l 0 I '- R 9 t J. ' . ' , A J A E iw i ' .s 4. 7 be ' I- ' ' ' A if 4 if I E 1 N r 6 I Y J J I . , . 4 . , k ' a i - A of N L, Nl Q .. , 1 ' , I i 'ti r I S, -'th' 'J if 1 14 - i . I ' 1 f' Ex 1 i ,A , .xr -unhfff , 'Ss f . , .J . ik l ' A " 2 Xu! 5 V- l "' 1 I g 1' J . I 5 I ,KJ I i , :A ' -Q, ,-. C i l 4: .. , 5 . 1 N , 1..- s 3 5 A S . .J 1 F D1 - 3 , . F QS' PQ .' '2nd Lf, Troulu, Harold N'-K, - ' ' Ensign Monns, .:i.,, Ensign O'Brien, Wm. J., BD, Dwraii, Mich., Ensign Guidera, John M-, 39, ' Joscph G., ff Q3 ' Ensign Brenner, Jarngg NN., , ,ulqg ffj I .f'.'Q':iJur,f, L. I., N. Y., Ensign Filton, Cyrus F., ZD, Harniilon, OlAliO: Ef'5'9n Cleat' 2nd ll. Anlhoniscn. Norman C., -LL 'f f i Ensign Monson' Donald VJ., -Haier, Richard C., ZD, Chicago, ills, Ensign Johnson, William W., 38, Marshal!- .Liu C5-.nf-. 3 Q-3, Ensggn Z9 mcmz Ch,,,,OFh0, -,- mr fn i 'g.'.i:, lawn, 2nd Ll. LaBouniy, Edward D., 412, Aberdeen, 'Nash .... THIRD R071 Emi n Brown Donald E LQ L s 'V E 1 I Ek! BMJ hd U' "4 " " Ensign Germ, John R., -H-., Puebla, Calc., Ensign Bullock, Charles E., 3C, POJUNL Q 9 A ' , ' rmgn V U' O n J" in 'Q TL. f., Ensign Dickinson, Robert F., 4!-i, Denver, Colo., Ensign BUCIWUFM Peleff 39' :Kiwi Vi D Ensign Elkins' Paul A" J! ' ' 1' i Emign Deon' COND' R-1 2 .i P-sure Cuff, Ensign Burke Lawrence D. EC Pueblo, Colon Ensign Mccor' S593 'lily' A EEEQADE : E' I' Eluign LCCLUQU A'7hU" E-. Jr., mick, Charles E., ZC, Por? .if send, "f."'Lli., Ensign King, Arilwf G-I J'-I AC' 4' 57 3-3 '1 " -J 4 5189" 5"'l"i9f PCl3'i" Bn 15' , "'r 5, s ' ' if-if -Q. v. Ensign Sireamer, Eugene E., BD, Berber, Calif.: Ensign Keelan, Ed' Emign Owls' Thomos G" 'Z li 1533 Emigl FCJQY. ii'omas J, Q ' -.ward J., EL, ii",."fi!'h, il. J., Ensign Hatcher, Harald D., ED, AUZVGSSS, M0- NJN climliig -of - f 'S i . l in 5 , in.. J A A n i . R . "' 5 :I . Y li o "' . . vi . . ,T V if f 1 , w- J J . . ' . ' ' ' . f , i 1 . .A l , . wwni'rw ..if. 1 .ff f. . in p iv v .y - I I 6 x . I , , , , , 1 1 , A , O ',f,x' I K .177 5 5 X Q A J . A A' 4, ' X . A . 2-A Y' I 1 f , .' ' i J I ' K J 1 . - FlRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Thelcn, John E., 38, Sclir.-nr-rrrirly, H, Y., 2nd lt. Bowman, fini?-ilwi fl. 'r', Ensign Short, William F., 'ill Mir. V' i H Ensign Sunrlny, Richard V., 3B, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Chandler, John B., 30, 'inc an, r'-r ,A Willivrn W-. -555. fill' Inf. Vit fmiqn V0lhO. GPOIQI' E. 45" 'li 2 l Ensign Sullivan, Charles F., 48, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Marsh, William, -153, t.'iri-,iiini 2nd Us F""h' Fmnh E-1 yn l"""" 5' it ll ir' ' E'W9" D0U0lf"- ,Ulm E- 'i 'i ' r tr .fri F' ' - , -I-2 Hr i Minn., Ensign Johnson, Franklin H., 48, Elbow l.ril.e, i".'iinri.g Ensign Hoey, Thomas G., l' W' I' C l" It " Hill D 'U . YM' Li' Miihi' Gaim K' H 3C M ,I R ' E , C H G V ' t i'.'tinn,, 2nd Lt. Crawford, James P., FC li-V i.f-. Crm 1, .'.finr' 2nd lt. Wolril, John , ani a, . ., nslgn en, eorge P., lift, Sr, louis, Na.. Ensign Teach, Frank, 3C fmmll' Y' Crm, Ensign BNHEULI Hvmyl hw 1. K. L. WV, L. 3D. Renswlnnri Ind-1 Ensign Cheney. Gcrnld R-. -in Ffnlifi-i'f Frei Ensign Epp Hi-nfy D, J 5 msg.. wan.-., Williurii x. SECOND ROW: Ensign Miller, Richard, SC, A'-rilrin..ri.-, Va., Ensign McDaw, -ZA L., Ainj, i, V CVIMI Ensign RUM, lou Cv' ,xfy ,. . Ensign Warlnnarrti, George M., QD, Vinitcr, Okla,g Ensign Jaqua, Lee S., 30, Lancrrzrf-r, Calif, Frank W., QD, Hi-rriniiuili-4, tl I 2nd lt. Wyatt, The-odor:-, ' ft 'ii I" Ensign Boone, John D., QB, Rutherford, N. J., Ensign Dccot, Valentine F., Jr'-, Ensign Zekos, Joseph, Tug' .ini rg pi JILY 10, I943 fo -f N. . xv- ' fl . 1' J S. , ' s..'.4'i. N.,-" r "W", Ss! J ' ,fl N J . , -a of 'N Jimi! Q 1 I 2, 9 i l . , 5 i Y . 4 . 9 tr fx U ,fn 1 , 1 f .1 - -x ..- FIRST ROVV: Ensiqn Pfisterer, John H., 4.4 sinnfieii i.i..:, Ensign Church, 3: mens'-1 PQ.-. Czpf a 2nd Li. Bonner, Billy L., 2: C:l..":..iie. rem, Ensign . My Richard R., AA, Cannersville, lnd,g Ensign Hughes, Jock E., SC, S2 Pao L' Sheorn, John N., 33, Seve' C:':. Ensign Brown, Chalmers, ZF. Shen.-aaa, nnnflell' Ensign Maim, Carl R., Jr., 48, Omaha, Nebr.: Ensign Leuschel, NVilliam P., -1-l NJ. 3Qf'.,' 2nd Lt. Sumner, Robert C., 35 h1:,.'.:,'i:, Ciff. THIRD P0711 ilifgrilii Lewiston, idaho, Ensign Speer, John H., Ill, -15, XX est Chester Po., Ensign Moore, 2nd Lt Vlatts, Delmar, 25 S:::"."e":, C3754 Ensign Plettner, Elmer, Jr., 4!-,, Jpkolll William R., 4A, La Grande, Ore.: Ensign Moon, Robert H., -LS Higlilgzris For-. Seng" Fseei Ensign Sapeno, Joseph, QC, Sur .::e, Calf. Ensign Hubert, LaVine, Qllpgldd llls., Ensign Truckenbrod, Robert R., 4A, Euiialc, N. N.q Ensign Poirier, Lyle B., -15 Q: 5-F3153 :rf Ensign Green, Vlilliocn Otis, EC, i-1-'7'r4gfgr. Park, Calif., "Mill 4A, Rockfgrt, Mich, SECOND ROYY: Ensign Dunlxlee, Donald L., SC 2nd Lt. Clemetsen, Harold A., Jr., if fp.: -::'gV'3, .'."':r.., Ensign Ballard, le CU' Ni ' - ' Voltz Robert F. -15 Ciiicczae ills, Ensi n Self, NValIer T., Richard L., -1.4 CQ'-L. 3 Cya, Ensign Masters, Lowell V., L.-l., Carrallis, Oren Mc X yolusing, Pa., Ensign , , , 9 , inihi' 3C, Arcadia, Calif, Ensign Bullington, Richard E., SD Ccllirgsu-.:::: N. -. Ensign Bemis, James H., QC, ff:e.."ix Cac.. 2nd Lt. Coz, Robert, Jr., -4,A, ipmil' Ensign Pingrey, Caryle R., SC, Yates Center, Rang- Ensign Peterson, NVilliam D., S-'ef'::11', Ofeizsf. j,lGi Jllil' lll. fllil , , Xi., if , -.. ' a A if A' J i Z if f hi i lil ' -4 Ld f nl . '51, 4 Xl ' ' 5 qu..-,fr " 'F o . 44' 1 NU' , 3 "" J v 5 -an ' Al' 'E i l 5 . . , -Y 4 . , i , x Q , 5 I i I o 1 , I ll , i .i ,l L I 1 l l 5 ,l l L 5 X X l 5 1 . . l ' ' l " r 4 , 5 l 7 ' , l l 1 , Q 4 , ' l i l ' , , il il ' , Y P 1 3 , xi, H... - rx lx., . - i- l 1 pmgr QQXf.,l, Ensign Ffeligh, Robert, QC, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Buettner, Victor T., Olan O., Jr., 3C, Winnfield, La., 2nd Lt. Ouellette, William K., 4A, Munising, E lit, ClliV'lIll'r, lllu, Ensign McKinny, John B., 3A, Garden City, N, Y., Ensign Holley, fgfiijlw EEFQF' Zerlng' lshlvp Cdrllccii llll5'7GEnSlgil lmjll' Ere? C'rl13D' . Q, ,U I -. . . I V V . , icney, mio, nsign ro et, i re , r., , o ronge, s., nslgn agy, Gail M., .,i , E, r,r,,in, Ultra, Ensign, Reynolds, Richard K., 1A, Ro,al Oal., Mich., Alex G., 38, Bridgeport, Com, Q THIRD RQVV: Ensign Keene, Thomas, AA, . Ensign Morey, James H., nA, Leannnsfer, liAas:,, Ensign Greenwood, George .A., Elkhart, Ind, 2nd U- Kane, Robert Jw AA, Dovenportl IOWG, 2nd LL Hardman' UA Lnnfl, Cfihl., Ensign Gray, Thomas T., 3D, Springfield, ills., Ensign Roben L., SD' TG:,C,,kGm,, TCXUS, Ensign Goliogherl Arthur J., AA, Northbrook' H1512 KU'1l70fQ0f. GUOYEJC A-, 35. Pl1ilC1CiCll9l1iO, PU-: Ef1Sl9f1 Beck, J0l1f1 W-, AA, 2nd Lt. Trucd, Wallace A., 3D, Tribune, lions., Ensign Anderson, LeRoy M., SA, l,lir' try., lllf., SECOND ROTN, Ensign Nactor, William J., 3D, Bethlehem, Pa., Alameda, Calif., Ensign Olds, Douglas V., 4A, Comos, Wash., Ensign Peabody, 2nd Ll. Griffith, Donald C., 38, Dundee, llls., Ensign Protschner, Joseph, 3C, John D., Jr., 3C, New York, N. Y., Ensign Jones, Richard B., AA, Grand Rapids, Juci, N. Dui., 2nd Lt. Svarc, Robert O., IBC, Bremerton, Wash., Ensign Dickerson, Mich., Ensign Tobiska, William C., 3C, Crete, Nebr. N. I l i l iff' .llihl ll, 9425 it - . J i ,Jr i ii -.,' I GI 2 i ' 5 , , -A , , , i A l : i l J i ' . I , V 1 3 x . , i f 'x A 'Q .4 , 1 fini I . MEN EOE' Ensign C'059f W5lli0m. 35, C-wilfinci, Calif., Ensign Lcslie, David L., Na., 2nd Lt. Hogan, Robert J., 3C, Fort Dodge, Iowa, 2nd Lf. VesY1 Cecil E" 3A l"'iCiii'if 5f'2"if. Eftiign lewis, Charles F., Jr., EC, ?.'.'r.r.',uiz:l.g, r.',,r.r,, 2.-id Lg, 36, Santo Monica, Calif., 2nd Lt. Carlson, William C., 3C, Marshalltown, lC""Uf Glocwf Dflfwifl P-. JE- '.'11?'i1jg'.-.:::1i, l.'C.' Ensign Fisher, Charles R., -ii-, Trfxwgrgc 2nd Ll' Kelllff Thomvs Rv LMA' Clllcogof lll5'7 2nd Ll- Regus, Wlllldm, 43, Cl'1iC0?7 Cin., Mich.. Ensign Davis, Richard A., 35 Po1':jf3v'3, Calf.: Ensign Robinson llllf 2nd Ll' Snong' John Ti' JL' 38' Denver' Colo 'CI' THlRD Roig Wqllocc R., 3g 5,..,j.,..,i Emmn Shaheen, Raymond -1.3 Tqnizizn W. Fnslgn Splrogule, Arthur F., Jr., ZA, Burlingarne, Calif., Ensign Cooke, Geofgewrl. Ensign Pratt, LloYd C - -1 TU- Ensign Ellis Vlalter 'C YE- JU' Dcim,il,' Hicnli 2nd Li' Dolefel' Cyril A" 3D' EUS, Jordon' Michii. 2nd Ll. Hisi JI TDS, qC,-C,,,n :,- ,K 'Emi in Kmdr. k C, ' L H Y V' V ' ROYUW-f if--. Eurgoln, Calif., Ensign Underwood, Robert J., 3D, Collingswood, -36 Kiwi' En i ELTCIVJVJ 'Lg fL,..s :cmmcr H nr' i N iiifii ziimic Ensign Keeler' Oils Ei' JL' .ZD' Polo Allo' Collfij Ensign Webb' Wllion Hi, ki X S'9n O' CL' O n " C ' A- 1' -' 2nd U- Tonfleiifn. H0f0ld. 131. Terr-err, ills., Ensign Bolin, Gordon D., 3D, St. James, Minn., 2nd U- Run 8 John W-, 35, 3-wtfle, V-loan, 2nd Lt. Stone, Reid T., 3C, Canton, MO. 34 New Earl Efcfi " ' 'N Ensign Stonebralcer, Edward H., EF, Hgfzeryg.-.f ae T66 5 Ke Zn Ol fl? Sh lol Yn If. I lffgi f I ' II I ,nj J -. III, Munisizg II, Fred C., :C ,, Ensign Nagy, ne, Thomas, II nd II. Hardnaa Ncrihbmai, III: i, I.eRay M., II Ensign Peabody, Grand Ilapif I rM'y?i'f'k" ' 'ui-', ' ,I 1 ii, .Vg . f"3i'1gg 5. X Y fri f I' u Instructors ond ccidets vvcxlk to their planes for JI LY l4, IIIIEI i i'nv,rrL I , R .. . .. ,- on ufrcrnoon hop . K1 x 1 If O . .'-1. . I I x. ,W SQN' 'Ns 's 223-J 'dp- v I l i ilgiyf MI, I fnIn'I,,',. ' 15 C' f IIIIITMRD IP Gemgir ODA UAWHT' IWZHOGUQ ' 'IIIIIOII Rin ind LI, sfo' ,lg f I. I 1: -gb, e ' ' I 1 """ A Q I 1, . I Q FIRST Kenneth C., 3D,. Klamath Polls, Ore., Ensign wilson, wnliom H., so Pa 2l'1CI Lt. Cies, Robrt M., 4A, Chillicothe, Mo., Ensign Levy, James S., -LA OINOQ Ensign Welsh, Arthur B., 4A, Clevelonci, Ohio: Ensign Petersen ROW: Ensign Wielcmd, Eugene F., SC, Oakley, Kona.: 2nd 43 SoItLc1ke Cit Utah Ensi n Reynolds Ernest Jr- -LB Hinrira in I ' y, 5 g , , ,, , I. - Stnelds. Harold D., 45, isleion, cgnf. . . secomo now.. 2nd John R-, 4A, Tocomo, Wash., 2nd Lt. Jolink, Albert, -LA Eaiger 2nd Lt. Rosellen, Robert R., 4A, North I-Ioliywooci, Calif., 2nd Lt. Gage, N 'N' I.. I 5. , l' 'Q N, A Lt. Vfiison, 52:5 LC I, x. Sf5iCZ"II LeRoy A. df 2nd Lt. Lt. Giibo vo.. Il.-. Lyman J. 'ii' ST : 'Tl 255' i- Enfign I-OUQEVQY, Olin Vf., -552 i,"':C,:c, .J, f., Ensign Kelly, Robert H.. -55 C-3.2 7:'.:: O' 1 2nd Lt. Enders, Robert A., -if-, Pg'r,rg3?, Pg, Ensign Storey, Thomos J., IC f'::' ' E: 3 Q' 3 '--'33 pQ,.',f: Qnd U- Code I""IIIIC1m J-, -5-1 Sifihi' :.3',f 2nd Lf. Bloks-Iy, Vliiliom C., 32, S-22f'i2, .'.'gg?,,, 2nd Li- LC'Uf9f'b6'VT. FfC1nCiS, -51-. 321- L:'3, ..1.f Ensign Cichy, Sidney F,, EC, AE' fn, Ensign Carer, I-Wesley R., 22, E" 5' 12, Kai., 2nd Lt. Keog, Vfilliom A., -ii x."l.15- 2nd Lt. Culling, Vforren O., JL 7375, "IL ya., Qnd Ly. SCCWGII, JCCR R-, 44 Sigue i.3'. - IC! I li ri I iii ll fi sit I I In IZ I. I it ,I it Q f 1 A comp any oi cadets approaching the scene ofthe Regimental Review . . . I I Y l 4 I 9 4 ' J J . 9 II i I 'I t I ll.. . .ii Li? , il. V. I' 2 A I f .ii It 4 'E .5 3 A T WX it f"" 5 ,L sf' Z M 2 ' . Mx ' Ii ,, 7 A l Q W K .1 I' It wx ' vi ' N f ,,r, N4 I ' .. ,.,.. , I . P t ' Q . , 3 0 A, iw? I f J V :Q lfhlir i 5 'E 4 A.. :..n.f t E Z .3 '.,g if he ' i I i I , f 7 5.Yf'ft, ' 2 4 I f f if "P T Q i ' hhhh 1 I J MV WZ FIRST ROW: Ensign Sikes, Richard A., 2D, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Lundeby, Kenneth W., 3A, Osnabrook, N. Dak., Ensign Mcllmoil, John H., 38, Huntington Park, Calif., Ensign Norris, Ronald S., 4A, Croton, N. Y., Ensign Mills, George R., AIA, Alhambra, Calif., 2nd Lt. Hill, Charles E., 48, Yuba City, Calif., Ensign Routhe, Robert E., 4A, Owatonna, Minn., 2nd Lt. Bent, Paul F., AIA, Portland, Ore., Ensign Falkner, Raymond E., SC, Van Nuys, Calif ..,. SECOND ROW, Ensign Macdonald, Charles J., SD, EI Segundo, Calif., Ensign Zimmerman, Robert L., 3C, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Young, Peter A., Jr., 3C, Cotopaxi, Colo., Ensign P ' 4A Johansen, Frederick W., 4A, Marquette, Mich., Ensign Shackett, Louis Vg I B e ridgeport, Conn., Ensign Hilleson, Edmund J., 3D, Lee, IIIS-F 2nd U' ow Ills John T., 3D, Rockford, Ills., Ensign Graham, Craig W., 3D, Oak Pork' 2 3 - Ufh , . THIRD ROW: Ensign Walker, Franklin E., 3C, Salt Lake Citlgnd all nd Lt. Woerner, Robert E., 3A, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Albrecht, Raym Mich' B, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Ihrig, Herbert E., 3D, East Lansing, ., 3D 2nd Lt. Thomas, Wiley B., 3B, Groveton, Texas, Ensign Isaacs, RfJY iglhmer DuQuoin, Ills., Ensign Anders, Claude, 3D, Johnson City, Tenn-1 E"5'9n Albert G., 3D, Remus, Mich. age I68 FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. McDermott, John E., 4B, Denver, Colo., 2nd Lt. Mellinger Slingerland, Robert E., 3D, Las Cruces, N. Mex., Ensign Bartholome, John, 4A X . , JULY 14, 1943 Xi, X I 1 -JN A WA- 4. 2, ,, 'lr ' La FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. P , .I George N., 3D, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Becker, Norman W 4A, Denve C l -, t', OO., Ensign Patton, John B., 4B, Placentia, Calif., 2nd Lt. Mullins, Robert W., 4A, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Soncrant, Edward L., 3C, San Pedro, Calif., Ensign Gass, Bert A., 48, Toledo, Ohio, Ensign Mallory, Bruce T., 3D, La Plata, Argentina . . . SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Larsen, Walter A., 48, Portland, Ore., Ensign M G. . . . . . c inms, Edwin, 4A, Chicago, ills., Ensign Hoover, Orville C., Jr., 4A, Detroit, J LY 1943 I 7 arker, George B., 48, Coldwater Mich- Ensign Holzapfel, Mich., Ensign Riley, John W., 4B, Chehalis, Wash. llls., Ensign, Fiedler, Donald E., 4A, Minne , ., 9 I Archibald F., 4A, Chicago, llls ..,. THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. O'Ryan, James E. 48, Larchmont, N. Y., Ensign Keith, Donald B., 4A, La Center, Wash., Ensign Bates Lyman F., 4A, Redfield, S. Dak., Ensign Stevens, Harold H., 48, Medford, Ore. Ensign Spinks, James H., 48, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. McQuillan, Hugh D., 3C Lexington, Mass., 2nd Lt. Uphouse, Wallace A., 48, Benkelman, Nelor. , Ensign Brent, Lyle, 4A, Stanford apolis Minn Ensi n Jur'ovec K 1 1 1 1 Arthur, 4B, Missoula, Mont., Ensign Cloke, Richard E., 4A, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt Bates, Clayton E., 4A, Visalia, Calif., 2nd Lt. Boehme, Robert F., 48, Berwyn, llls. 2nd Lt. Bennight, Kenneth Lz, 48, Ingleside, Texas, 2nd Lt: Armstrong, Warren B. 48, Joliet, Ills., 2nd Lt. Clarkson, Vernon, Jr., 4C, Pullman, Wash., 2nd Lt. Potter Morris L., 48, Birmingham, Ala., 2nd Lt. Hiukka, Lauren J., 48, Cloquet, Minn - . . SECOND ROW, 2nd Lt. Howerton, Bryce, 3C, Hurdland, Minn., 2nd Lt. Anderson, Anders E., 4A, Genoa, Colo., Ensign McHarney, Rupert H., 3A, Albuquerque, N. Mex., Ensign Sikich, Milton T., 4A, Chicago, Ills., Ensign 1 r Great Falls, Mont., 2nd Lt. Jones, Peter E., 4B, Palo Alto, Calif., 2nd Lt. Bennett Ross K., 48, Spirit Lake, Iowa, Ensign Kincannon, Thomas B., 4B, Lomita, Calif. 2nd Lt. Grable, George H., 48, Grants Pass, Ore. . , THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. l'lUI'St Walter B., 38, St. Thomas, N. Dak., Ensign Kirsten, Edward A., BA, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Barnett, George W., 3D, Costa Mesa, Calif., Ensign Rounds, George S. 3C, Atlanta, Ga., Ensign Einar, Richard M., 4A, Kitsap, Wash., Ensign Blinn, Thomas P., 38, Omaha, Nebr., Ensign Kolens, Sylvester W., 38, Waukegan, llls., 2nd Lt. Kime, Merle A., 48, Coulee Dam, Wash., 2nd Lt. Klein, James A., 48, Long Beach, Miss., 2nd Lt. Archer, Thomas E., 4C, Washington, D. C. Page l69 1 SB, Billings, Okla., 2nd Lt. Edwards, Frederick L., SD, 4A, GIGSQOW, Mont., EnSign Birch, Harold J., 4A, Wallkill, N. Y., 2nd ,L 3 1.3 Q5 Ii Ii If 'z 'a I I . 3 I . I I I , I I I I I s gs III my 1 3y,f,,3 4 ,f,,:, , Lfff7W!"'?'V 'f,,.,V A1 ,li 4 I 1,1 ff ,- ., , 4 ,1 .f 1, ,f , 1.1, , .,,, -ff! 2' ,F ,K , ,fm vw ff 'I' 'ff -,yiff ., , JULY , 194 I I I I I 6 I 3 I , if V, bf' I I fy' I I l ,1- ll Ill' ,I ll I I I I I I I I I . - P IW.. ,. . , ...y ,W 1 ,., :,..-.,,,! 1 lf, - Lf g V 1- ,. Q , , ' Z- ,M L f-f 1 j 31, ' ,gf I, ,it z ' ' . jq i : TA 'if' I I 452 1" -i ,' i f V is ,f ' as ' , . 5 , ' , , f . . ,, fs 3 s If .J .W 1- f ,,,' 2 2 im., ,ri ts ff! ' , . " :f i 1 , - ., , ,cg 3 f ' ' ,- I fr , I 1 ' -, ff ti:--1' ,4f' V v ' "1 4 '24f's: rv' .U-uf 1' 1 - f :-casiaf, f' FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Appy, Gerard L., 3D, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Hageman, Charley D., Jr., 4B, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Butler, Warde Q., Jr., SD, Zanesville, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Couch, Cecil P., 4B, Senoia, Ga., Ensign Thompson, Robert F., SD, Denver, Colo., 2nd Lt. Rudd, Eldon D., SA, Clarkdale, Ariz., 2nd Lt. Sullivan, Patrick H., SC, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Crowell, Russell C., 4B, Oxford, N. C., 2nd Lt. Hudson, Hisel S., Santa Monica, Calif. . Mass., Ensign McGeough, Sheldon K., SB, Wichita . SECOND ROW: Ensign Mackey, Stanley, SC, Boston, Thomas R., SC, Astoria, L. I., N. Y., 2nd Lt. Spalding, Kans., Ensign Burton, Nelson S., 4A, Glendale, Calif., . 1943 if .if 4 . " 3 5 . 2 ti' Qi 4' 3 K ! I I f, ,C , ,,,, , 'j 3 jig . l Z I Z Ja! M4 A T x Q I f 5 f 19 , J ,Z i f ff 2 ti K ,, M R ., Ensign Manning, Willis R., SA, Cohoes, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Hennessey, Robert W., 4A, Placentia, Calif., 2nd Lt. McBarron, Alden, 4C, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Pierrat, Virgil J., 4B, Reno, Nev., 2nd Lt. Moore, Harold J., 4B, Venice, Calif., 2nd lt. Massa, John J., 4C, Kansas City, Mo .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Covington, Lawrence S., 4B, Chattanooga, Tenn., Ensign Jeffries, James A., SC, Greenfield, Ind., Ensign Dugan, Charles J., SB, Bend, Ore., Ensign Davenport, Alfred B., Jr., SD, Sioux City, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Madden, Maurice E., 4B, Whittier, Calif., Ensign Magnusson, Harris R., 3B, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Ensign Benton, Richard C., 3C, Jackson, Miss., Ensign Nash, William R., 4A, Klamath Falls, Ore., 2nd Lt. Samson, Philip O., 4A, Yakima, Wash., Ensign Doughty, Leland G., SC, Denver, Colo, fi. X FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Hildebrand, Richard I .1- awr f 5 , .,s :I 4'. ,J li - Ill I sf 1 , V I A - W., 4B, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Hile, William H., 4B, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Carruth, Vincent D., SC, New QI Orleans, La., 2nd Lt. Morris, Delmer O., 4A, Long Beach, Calif., Ensign Talley, Douglas F., QC, Long Beach, Calif., Ensign Andrews, Willicm R., 4B, Lyme Station Ohio, Ensign Hatchett, Louis H., 4B, Elkmont, Ala., Ensign Menning, Donald JJ SC, Pella, Iowa, Ensign Hintze, Paul F., 4B, Dearborn, Mich., Ensign Boddington, Edward M., Jr., SD, Kansas City, Kans. . . SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt, Kirk Randolph, 4A, Pittsburgh, Pa., 2nd Lt. Sankey, Sylvester W., 4B, Dermont, Pittsburgh, Pa., Ensign Heinrich, Joseph L. C., 4A, New York, N. Y., Ensign Cabell, John B.: I I I ,Q fi Ii f W 2 I ' I ' if " , :,"'f, , , , , I ' . Lf. swifk. Orville R., 4C, Lincoln, Nebr., Ensign Commella, Samuel E., 4B, New Brighton, P0-I Ensign Caverow, Charles T., 4B, Merchantville, N. J., 2nd Lt. Neilson, Russell H-1 4C, Madison, N. J., 2nd Lt. Brown, Russell C., 4A, Manchester, N. H' t- ' ' THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Craig, Bruce, QD, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., 2nd Lt. Pirag95f William J., 4A, Rockford, ills., 2nd Li. cochmne, Kevin, 4A, Pelham, N- If 2nd Lt. Megowan, Robert L., 4A, Wilmette, Ills., 2nd Lt. Moynihan, Michael SD, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Carry, Donald J., SA, Dixon, Ills., Ensign Slmnl Frank P., SD, York, S. C., 2nd Lt. Osterlund, John F., SC, Morton, Pa.: 2nd U McMasters, John J., SD, Lynn, Mass., 2nd Lt. Lorch, Orville F., 4A, Advante, Mo' I Page I7O lcben W, fi, no lr. Planet, :I :J 2nd 91 Covington, Y EQX ..i. - . ::F:i:,, me a., I, I: 'iq Ensign :ard C, EC, ld lt. Samson, 2 .CCI ,leg gf-A jg x mjxxt Water polo ranks as one of The most popular water sports in The cadets' athletic program . . . Such Training helps prepare The future fighter- officers for The rigors of war. ,A '-gym .V .- 5 . . 3 'vi' I I I cl. ?irU9eI' 1. II " .gil fymfllli ilg. FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Todd, Wesley S., 4B, Milwaukee, Wisc., 2nd Lt. McManus John, 4B, Chicago, Ills., 2nd Lt. Klein, Jacob P., 4A, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Reed, Robert B., 4B, Fort Scott, Kans., Ensign Randlett, Robert G., 3B, Kirkland, Wash. Ensign Little, Sherman C., Jr., 3B, San Rafael, Calif., Ensign Woolworth, Delferd L. 3C, Lawrence, Kans., Ensign Sernett, Edward C., 3A, Mason City, Iowa . . . SECOND ROW, Ensign Murphy, Francis J., 4A, New York, N. Y., Ensign Moses, Leonard, 4A, Chevrolet, Ky., Ensign Signor, Charles K., 3C, Redlands, Calif. T 2 v 2 if 2 3 I . . ' T . .,4 .. .... .. .....:... ..., Al . . LM. I Ensign Dolphin, Donald J., BC, Manchester, Iowa, 2ncI Lt. Galbraith, Richard C. 4A, Pendleton, Ore., Ensign Leighton, Richard M., 3D, Oakland, Calif., 2nd Lt Guyer, Donald R., 4B, Baker, Ore .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Brennan, Roy M. 3D, Olympia, Wash., 2nd LT. Paige, Russell G., 3A, Rochester, N. Y., Ensign McAvoy James F., Jr., SC, Windsor, Conn., 2nd Lt. Mendinhall, John M., ll, 2D, Wilmington Del., 2nd Lt. Taylor, Thomas B., Jr., 4B, Tacoma, Wash., Ensign Murphy, Joseph E. 3B, Dayton, Ky., 2nd Lt. Allen, Gerald D., 4A, Lewiston, Idaho, Ensign Thomson Robert W., QC, Glenwood Springs, Colo. Page l7l ZX... ,lg-, 2 J LY 21, 1943 ihe flight board tells the story oi student-instructor combinations, also lists formation and solo hops . . . -- , . if I E 'f A . , J 5 llll f i ,- 1 t .wt t L , ' ff A l , if id' 91 J 41 , A rf ? g- 1 l A 2 . ef' 'Tl 3 1 'N 1 -fi .f W ' if , Q' 1' 1 A ., 5 w - 2 ' ' J' ' H f 5" 7 . ,,f,, , ' J A .1 E - i, X Q I I ,V jj X WM , My V A g .W VVVI 5 Z1 frm, i Q If iv Al , 4, , , on N, V y ' 41, ' J 5' " 2 - ' 2, ' I if x A I , JV i A -.e ,V 1 ' l E " l 'J rv l M tif f , , 1 1 in I' X' Q 1 J l l ' ' ' fr ' l l t 1 'wi , i ' f l ' ' ' ,n tl , itiiff' 3 J L A 3 5 frll l A 0 . , 'V 5 A V 5 A ' E ,V ,rw : Y A , ' " ,. ,,-, 2. . . i ,,,, . A ' f , A J h4A4 V et. A W, , ' , 3 Q. 127 1 I ,L l 4 f fZ,,.-. Q 4 FIRST ROVV: Ensign Kinder, Billy N., 4C, Radford, Va., Ensign Garman, Cyrus R., 4D, Hershey, Pa., 2nd Lt. Tuttle, John A., 4D, La Grande, Ore., Ensign Wilson, Robert H., 4C, Philadelphia, Pa., 2nd Lt. Witte, Karl B., 4C, Chicago, llls., Ensign Schmall, Wilbur A., 4C, Lincoln, Nebr., Ensign Williams, Bernard A., 4A, Geneseo, Kane., Ensign McKittrick, Edwin N., 3B, Tower Hill, llls., Ensign Hansen, Earl W., 4B, E. Riverton, N. J., Ensign Porter, Raymond H., 4A, Rochester, N. Y ..,. SECOND ROVV: Ensign Batcheler, Bernard M., 4C, Maroa, Ills., Ensign Baker, Charles G., QD, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign Pike, Wendel A., 3D, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Vogel, Donald F., 4C, Willmar, Minn., Ensign Hartley, Robert L., 3D, Indianapolis, Ind., Ensign Zienkowicz, Joseph J., QD, Brooklyn, N- YJ Ensign Myers, Kenneth W., 4D, Laketown, Utah, Ensign Schmitz, Norman -l-I fic' Dond du Lac, Wisc,, Ensign Livingston, James H., 4C, Marshalltown, Iowa: E"5'9n Hendrickson, Edward E., 4A, Brewer, Maine , . . THIRD ROW: Ensi9n Clark' Donald H., 4B, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Smith, Mahlon D., 3D, Los Angeles, CGM" Ensign Ring, Karlo H., QD, Dorchester, Mass., Ensign Muinch, George, -lf-1 'ic' Mishawah, Ind., Ensign Thomson, Charles E., 4C, St. Louis, MO.: En5l9n Smry' Jack E., 4C, Riverside, llls., Ensign Arnold, Richard M., 4B, St. Louis, M0-F Ensign McBride, Herbert O., QD, South Gate, Calif., Ensign McGee, l0f',n9 H'l 4C, Lamberton, Minn., Ensign Stalder, Fred O., 48, Burlingame, Calif. Page 172 -1 Fr 1 INJ J LY 2I, 1943 , s. sg. Q if I , , i , I I ' AX all W c?c? ,weve '1ff.2 -11? Y 'fr'i.,g'zM 5 K A I X tr 2 I' It r l In I . I 'lf 't -1... , fi Q., He' vA v " N , ,, , . ' 'W 1 , W ff I A' I 4. iw . U. -jaw , , :Y ,Af , , I . '. I J 1 - Y , ' , l ,, I . 5 J wa. .Q l . i I I Y f,,, V x , i , ' , S J , '2 , . "' I I if f if I if 'Q ' I W I , 2, ' . 2 1 'Z I ' .m , I I l I . . I l I I : I F 3 f Z ,, y . - , I l 'y 5 1 - L., -,--...,km,.4f,,c..-.,, ,-..-.i."..:.- ..,- tank - - . .LLL A -, . - L-.. -. . gt FIRST ROW, Ensign Mitchell, Perry L., 4B, Savannah, Ga., Ensign Ross, William W. H., 3A, Louisville, Ky., Ensign Cox, Joseph E., 4B, Sandpoint, Idaho, Ensign Gunderson, James D., QD, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Fletcher, Robert H., 4B, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Larsen, Bertrand O., 4B, Denver, Colo., Ensign Strowbridge, Raymond R., 3D, Eugene, Ore., Ensign Wilfinger, Rudolph L., 4A, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Squires, Lorin B., 4A, Great Falls, Mont., Ensign Wagner, Jack E., 4B, Puyallup, Wash .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Pipal, Faustin A., 4B, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Clapp, Chester D., Jr., 4A, Wyandotte, Mich., Ensign Richards, William C., 4A, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Jones, Henry W., 3B, Reno, Nev., Ensign McCarthy, James P., Jr., 4B, Chicago, Ills., 2nd Lt.' Behnke, Harold E., T I 4B, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Munsterman, Roger, 4B, Morton Grove, Ills., Ensign Smiegocki, Robert, 3C, Dickson City, Pa., 2nd Lt. Jestmore, Louis M., 4B, Toledo, Ohio, Ensign McCoy, Charles L., Jr., 4A, Sharon Hill, Pa .... THIRD ROW, Ensign McCormick, George L., 4B, Denver, Colo., 2nd Lt. Coleman, Clarence H., 4A, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Abney, William H., 4D, Mission, Texas, Ensign Wangberg, Harold G., 4C, Birmingham, Mich., Ensign Pearson, Donald M., LIC., Walla Walla, Wash., Ensign Czubinsky, Nestor, 4B, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Rosenau, Ernest Herman, 4B, Spokane, Wash., Ensign Morrissey, Robert B., 4C, Chicago, Ills., 2nd Lt. Hott, Delno V., 3C, Littleton, Colo., 2nd Lt. Wilder, Raymond J., 4A, Wells, Minn. 'Sk' sign Ullf I LC. ,iff I A 'Wm ..:. Q 2 A i 1 I Q . 'S wi' N? F lf. ii o . , . FIRST ROW, Ensign Kleffner, Frank P., 4C, Belt, Mont., Ensign Oliver, Chester, J., 4B, The Dales, Ore., Ensign Kirkbride, William G., 4C, Esparto, Calif., Ensign Lake, William S., 4D, Spokane, Wash., Ensign Culberson, Ernest V., 3D, Bakersfield, Calif., 2nd Lt. Scheimer, Harvey, 4B, Brooklyn, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Mihalic, Frank, 4B, Berwyn, Ills., 2nd Lt. Holzwart, Raymond A., 4B, Brookfield, Ills., 2nd Lt. Peterson, Myron C., 4B, Brookings, S. Dak., 2nd Lt. Hetlinger, Forrest J., 4B Huron, S. Dak .... SECOND ROW: Ensign McGuire, Peter A., Jr., 4B Jamaica, N. Y., Ensign Gillstrom, Alfred M., 4C, Bayport, Minn., Ensign Bogle Homer W. 4B Suffern, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Dickeson, Roger V., 4B, Council Bluffs, Iowa, Ensign Moynahan John T 4A Forrest Hills L I N Y Ensign Janusis Victor A 1 1 1 D V 3D, Hudson, Mass., Ensign Nutter, William B., 4B, Bakersfield, Calif., Ensign Thomas, Richard M., 3C, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Ensign Cavenaugh, Jack S., 4C, Oak Park, Ills., Ensign Sykes, Robert D., 3D, Woodlawn, Tenn .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Guyles, William C., 4B, Tacoma, Wash., Ensign Brennan, John J., 4A, Rockaway Beach, New York, N. Y., Ensign Diteman, Jack E., 4B, Billings, Mont., Ensign Daignault, Bertrand R., 4B, Ware, Mass., Ensign Endres, John C., 4B, Rapid City, S. Dak., Ensign Ray, Thomas F., 4C, Elmwood, Conn., 2nd Lt. Haaland, Paul A., 4B, Fergus Falls, Minn., Ensign Freeman, Glen W., 3A, Price, Utah, Ensign Merrilfield, Francis E., 4B, Wapella, Ills., Ensign Goodnight, Harrold W., 4B, Toledo, Ohio. V Page I73 I I ll" 1 -1 1 1 ' -1 ' 'I I 'I ti JULY Q , 1943 T A wwf J -51,41 , is rf' ,fb A --sf ,I I ry . sf - . 1 .at 5 It 3 ,, , . I , R ,- IA ,.. LTA , FIRST ROW: Ensign Haverfield, Orville D., 4C, New York, N. Y., Ensign Lasley, Charles D., 4A, Benton, llls., Ensign Nelson, Roy B., 3D, Bellingham, Wash., Ensign Wright, Robert J., 4A, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Yedica, Dean VC., 4A, Spokane, Wash., 2nd Lt. Crutcher, Ernest R., 4B, Kellogg, Idaho, 2nd Lt. Avery, Herbert H., 3B, Morgantown, N. C., 2nd Lt. Moore, Melvin A., BC, Arcadia, Calif., 2nd Lt. Temple, Jack L., SB, Dillon, Mont., 2nd Lt. Gay, William D., 3C, Wichita, Kans .,,, SECOND ROW, Ensign DiMarchi, John P., 4A, Hibbing Minn., 2nd Lt. Hinton, John P., 3D, Janesville, Minn., Ensign Bensen, Richard E., 4C, Bellmore, N. Y., Ensign Russell, Robert M., 4C, Moorestown, N. J., Ensign Heller, Harold R., 4C, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, Ensign Sorensen, Edward," C., 4A, JILY 21 1943 g Q rus- t Duluth, Minn., Ensign Watts, Richard E. H., 4B, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ensign Schnaith, Edward R., 4C, St. Paul, Minn., 2nd Lt. Pfremmer, Herbert F., 4C, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Kerber, Harold M., 4C, Chicago, llls ..,. THIRD ROW: Ensign Hulet, Frank A., 4C, Ambridge, Pa., 2nd Lt. Phillips, Nelson B., Jr., 4A, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Helsel, Charles F., 4C, Coalport, Pa., Ensign Death, Stanley, 4B, Scranton, Pa., Ensign Hoffman, Walter L., 4B, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Walton, Horace B., 3C, San Diego, Calif., Ensign Everett, Harris W., 3A, Jacksonville, Fla., 2nd Lt. Ferguson, Robert P., Jr., 4B, St. Louis, Mo., 2nd Lt. Kirkness, John T., 3C, Belmont, Mass.- 2nd Lt. Turnquist, Leonard A., 3D, Minne- apolis, Minn. fi ,1 ,A -'win' - K g ,i . Z g , f ' L3 xf' . E -, - i , 2 I , 2 2 1 Q l .Y , ix I 5 I 9 l ' . f I : - Jn, - Nfl--- .-1TE.!Ei.,,.,. FIRST ROVJ, Ensign Ferguson, Stuart M., 4D, Mount Clemmens, Mich., Ensign Wallen, David L., 48, Taylor, Wisc., Ensign Schilling, Claude E., 4C, Isleton, Calif., Ensign LeLacheur, Arthur J., Jr., 4D, Hartford, Conn., Ensign Hill, Edward W., 4B, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Shafer, Bertrand, Jr., 3D, Barberton, Ohio, Ensign Zeiger, Irving, 3D, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Joy, Richard E., 3C, Detroit, Mich., 2nd Lt. Webber, NVilliam G., 4C, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Barberi, David A., 4A, Bernardsville, N: J .... SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Constant, Ralph O., 4C, Ponca City, Okla., 2nd Lt. Ross, George J., 1-ID, Tariffville, Conn., 2nd Lt. Martin, Harry R., Jr., 4D, Dearborn, Mich., Ensign Snead, Charles S., 4D, Centerville, Ala., Ensign Van Sluyters, David E., 4A, Grand Rapids, Mich., Ensign Flynn, Freeman A., ill 4A, Dctrcit, Mich., Ensign Whitney, Hov:c'r:I C., 43, Irs Vajas, Nev., Ensign Absher, William R., 4C, Washington, D. C., Ensign Bcringer, Ronald B-1 'ici Defiance, Ohio, Ensign Anderson, Willirm J., IIC, Colfax, llls. . . . THIRD ROW: 2nd Lf. Ross, ifenneih s., 4C, Denon, Mtch., Ensign Tysdql, Harold H., IIC' Buffalo, Minn., Ensign Pruitt, William R., 4A,.Sarbr0ok, llls.: En5l9n Topllss' Samuel K., Lift, Montrose, Calc., Pnd Lt. Werner, Harry J., 4B, Rockville Center, N- Y-: EUSJQH ROH1, Charles W., 4C, Newton Falls, Ohio, Ensign O'ReillY, Vincent M" 4A, New York, N. Y., Ensign Hanrahan, Francis D., 3B, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Ziskin, Herschel M., 42, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Vandergrift, John L, Jf-f 4A, Washington, D. C. Page 174 It i 1" Ensign 1 F., in TlilliD :ri B., li., gn Death, :1':. Po., s W., 3A. ' 'Zncl ll. I 'Jime- The billiard room in Cadet Recreation Mess offers relaxation for these cadets While away from the flight line. J U L Y l , l 9 4 3 fi b fmlfln LC, f i. AJ.. LC, ppllill 'nfl .l'f , ii., 1 Ju . X Q .3 FIRST ROW: Ensign Walters, Fred M., 4B, Concord, N. C.- Ensign Carlson Reid N., 4C. Logan, Utah, Ensign Tilson, Jerome J., 4B, Lincolnton, N. C., 2nd Lt. Duvall, Richard A., 4B, Rockville, Md., Ensign O'Toole, John F., Jr., 4A Cliffside Park, N. J., Ensign Hughes, James J., 4B, Fowlerville, Mich., Ensign Dunigan, Francis J., 4C, Harrisburg, Pa., Ensign Altman, Richard G., 4B, Ozone Park, L. l., N. Y., 2nd Lt. Kayser, Dale W., 4D, Newman, Calif., Ensign Roedel, Paul O., 4C, West Hartford, Conn. . SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Sigan, Nick, Jr., 4C, Gladstone, Mich., 2nd' Lt. Woodard, Reese, Jr., 4C, Hillsdale, Mich., 2nd Lt. White, fi f, f'fs Glenn E., 3A, Poplar Bluff, Mo., Ensign Wcsham, Troy L., 3C, China Grove, N. C. Ensign Fitzgerald, Louis A., 4B, Davenport, iowa, 2nd Lt. Montag, Daniel K., 4C Cascade, Mont., 2nd Lt. Johnston, John R., 4A, Berwyn, llls., Paul J., 4C, Cedar Grove, Wisc., 2nd Lt. Hicks, Othel A., 4C, Edmond, Okla . . , THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Bohland, Jerome G., 4B, Danville, llls., Ensign Shepley John H., 4D, Sellersville, Pa., Ensign Meichtry, Harold O., 3C, Los Angeles, Calif. Ensign Stringham, Ralph H., 3C, Keetley, Utah, 2nd Lt. Lenihan, Thomas J., 4B Fresno, Calif., 2nd Lt. Dunk, Robert E., 4B, Villa Park, llls., 2nd Lt. Reynolds Thomas H., Jr., QD, Dallas, Texas, 2nd Lt. Pilliod, Leo J., 4C, Swantor, Ohio, Ensign Voskuil Page T75 1 I 1 I 3 1 v l X. ix Judging from the cadet's calm, cool and sane appearance he is entering the link trainer . . . not getting out . . . l i Il l l t lli, E' Q fri J , . l r ll i f it lit i E lil, , i l l 1. l l il' l E ll l l l .l il tif il il? it li 5 .fl til l' Vll lt' ll 'fl l il 'iff f' t,,li 2 lr ii l lt lil 5 i, . 1 l i' l l il i l l l 'i li A .i i 9 '2 Il D o .J , P l ,Q x .5 ' J t 'lv .i f J l 5 3 l l i 'lf Z' Q a if l 'iz g Y W - Qs. 1 . 4 5 . l ' ii i i " 9 . i i i E . V. - i f , i ' qli gi J N i i ii- "i' 5 ' 'E l -T3 ' I ,i if 4 ft XY? . i . J Y i. 51 llfgy X' ,Q l .i ' 'Q ff r ,, 1, K I f ,pri ' i "A 4 , . s , ,," it T. . 'is , x 4 5 A 7 1 t li l , J uf' , FIRST ROW! Ensign Lee, Christian, -SB, Marshfield, Ore., 2nd Lt. Bayliss, Warren C., -SA, Hilt, Calif., Ensign Loudermilk, Donald M., 4C, Huntington, VV. Va., l fi, 2nd Lt. Helper, Frank M., -SB, Smithton, Po., 2nd Lt. Houge, Donald B., 4B, ' Aberdeen, S. Dak., 2nd Lt. Cooper, Richard G., -QB, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Champagne, Edward A., -QE, Gueyden, Lo., Ensign Adelt, Horst l., SC, Salt Lgke City, Utah, Ensign Lahey, Walter J., 4C, Chicago, llls., Ensign Licause, Frank, -QC, Bristol, Po. SECOND ROW: Ensign McGraw, Joseph D., -QC, Syracuse, N. Y., .ill Ensign Coari, Paul A., 4C, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Hood, William L., Jr., 4C Benton Harbor, Mich., Ensign Taylor, Foster J., -SA, Gibsland, La., Ensign Feeney, Q, 1 'Vs X' 'if' 6 I I AA, st. Paul, Henry V., 4B, Bellaire, L. I., N. Y., 2nd Lt. Macdonald, Douglas C., A AA Minn., Ensign Hudgins, Joseph H., 4C, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Miller, Roy Missoula, Mont., Ensign Peterson, Kenneth C., 4A, Holyoke, Colo.: 2nd l-7' Skqgnjxo' Gerald R., 4c, si. Paul, Mann .,.. THiRD Row. 2nd Li. wqffous, FfU"C's. " 45, Meriden, Conn., 2nd Lt. Gilbert, James P., 4A, College POlnT, N- YJ Enifn Downs, Dan Curtis, 4B, Ogden, Utah, 2nd Lt. Smith, John H., Jr., 35, Bronxvbve' N. Y., Ensign McDonough, William L., QD, Oxford, Miss., 2nd Lt. Staff, J0Ck " AD, Ramsey, llls.: Ensign Wilson, Sherman V., 4A, Warther, GG-1 2nd Ll' sloqne' Donald F., 3C, Upper Darby, Pa., Ensign Hollinger, Robert E., 4Cf For f Huron, Mich. l ol Pegs I76 5 r . J., 48, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Walsweer, Harold 4A Grand Rapids, X Y Jw it s entering 46 f 2 . s .. - 4 'rt' 'F A , 'Z f ll' J i L ' A 1 FIRST ROWS 55590 Afmwtl, VUSCO, 4C, East Chicago, Ind., 2nd Lt. Neal, James P., 4C, Huntingvon Park, Calif., 2nd Lt. Kessler, Theodore W., SD, Kenmore Laurence L., 4A, Columbus, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Hathaway, Mortimer D. IV, 3D N. Y., 2nd Lt. Borwell, Fred M., 48, Oak Park, llls., 2nd Lt. Straub, Jack S. North Hollywood, Calif., 2nd Lt. Condon, Joseph A., Jr., 4A, New Orleans, La., 4C, Sheridan, Wyo., Ensign Nielsen, Robert M., 4C, Portland, Ore. . . 2nd Lt. Alban, Russell W., 48, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Adams, Beniamin W., 48, THIRD RIW: 2nd Lt. Hoobler, Sharon Q., 4C, Olympia, Wash., Ensign Howell Butte, Mont., 2nd Lt. Frew, James C., 48, Anniston, Ala., 2nd Lt. Bloydes, A. Miles, Ralph T., Jr., 4C, Pontiac, Mich., Ensign Pasley, Lee M., 48, Denver, Colo., QC, Fort Worth, Texas, Ensign Archer, Lee J., 48, Houston, Texas, Ensign Foye, Ensign Donnelly, Alton S., 48, Kemmerer, Wyo., Ensign Steinman, Howard W., 38, Thomas J., Jr., RC, Houston, Texas . . . SECOND ROW, Ensign Broedel, Ralph L., Santa Monica, Calif., Ensign Pantell, Cleon, 3D, West Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign 4A, McConnelsville, Ohio, 2nd Lt. MacLachlan, Archibald W., 4A, Los Angeles, Szalay, Frank J., 4A, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Flohra, Howard L., 48, Creston, lowa, Calif., 2nd Lt. Smurr, James E., 4D, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Harms, Alfred G Ensign Donnelly, Grant L., 48, K - 4C, Mononk, llls.- E ' R ' ' ' ' ' , nsign ossl, Louis E., 4C, Bishop, Calif., Ensign McCune: JULY 24, 1943 emmerer, Wyo., 2nd Lt. Calvy, Lloyd E., 48, Fond du Lac, Wisc. ,i ., 251' 1 fy A i . In ffgwgfifi ,wngttl fntlgl i W, D ' i A W ll Clow' ,W FIRST ROW- Ensign Schipper Willard G 4A Z l d M , , ., , ee an , ich., Ensign McCarty Richa d D ' ' ' 41' is , Mich., 2nd Lt. Dopcus, George E., 3D, W. Palm Beach, Fla., 2nd Lt. Code, Wm. R., 4A, Bradford, llls., 2nd Lt. Holiday, Robert C., 4A, Chicago, llls., Ensign Koob, Ed! ward T., Jr., 4C, Drexel Hill, Pa., 2nd Lt. Twohy, Wm. H., 3D, Detroit Lakes, Minn., Ensign Olsen, Clifford E., 48, Bremerton, Wash., Ensign Fisher, John L., 4A, Garfield, Wash., Ensign Joyce, John T., 48, So. St. Paul, Minn., 2nd Lt. Hugo, Leon, 3C, New Albany, Pa .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Johnson, Richard H., 4A, Chicago, llls., Ensign Geist, Bill, 48, Denver, Colo., 2nd Lt. Davis, Dellwyn L., 48, Hollister, Calif., Ensign Gillespie, Hoyt O., 4C, Carnesville, Ga., 2nd Lt. Daves, George H., Jr., 4C, Wichita, Kans., Ensign Lippert, Orville L., 4B, Alma, Mich., Ensign McKelvey, Don- J? ,,-5 . 'S-. . l ald Bryson, 4A, Fresno, Calif., Ensign Sudlow, Robert N, 3D, Holton Kan Lt. Madesitt, Donald W., 48 S caga, llls., 2nd Lt. Sutherland, Allan, 48, Portland Ore., 2nd Lt. Phelps,',Boyd M., QD, Wrenshall, Minn .... THIRD ROW- 2nd Lt Threlkeld Thomas F 3D P P . , S., 2nd pokane, Wash., Ensign Henderson, Jack C 48 chi- . . , ., , aw aw, Mich., Ensign Eaton, Wm. D., 48, Gulfport, Miss., 2nd Lt. Horn, Robert W., 4C, Chi- cago, ills., 2nd Lt. Frank, Floyd W., 3A, Fortuna, Calif., 2nd Lt. Leionstein, Robert C 4C Oak Park llls Ensign Richardson Donald B 48 S ., , , ., , ., , t. Helens, Ore., 2nd Lt. Reed, Edwin V., 48, Reading, Pa., Ensign Simpson, Kenneth J. M., 4A, lnglewood, Calif., Ensign Balsinger, Henry W., 48 Los Angeles Calif- 2nd Lt Kam A th , , ., . p, r ur M., 4C, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Judkins, Melvin M., 48, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Adams, Robert J., QD, Lafayette, La. Page 177 1 1 .I LY . , i943 ' K X-R J' 1 "fig T I , - , Z . ' W' ' iff 3571 "' "W ii " ' .1i.'g."' ""- l '5I!f1V' .Ra c J' if ' an w rms gi. , . Q '41 i ... gifs. ff f' ll-2 I' I A . ' A 'fur-'.' A , 6 ' 'il' ,L i ff . gt., , I Nvsilxw A ul I , it F , fave. 1 fs -- ii '. ' - fr 'T' ' nib T'-s -- i'i-we-U' ' - , , 59, fy rj, -wif , I , 'V sr V. , r , Lf. , Q' figs., ' U Ll,-I,-QY5"l-.pe M E y1,?'T"f . -nw 9 . . V - . .U .,,T,q . . 3, 1 .i If W ,i ., g .QR , ..,.i Mfg, . . .1 -L., ii A 1 'I -'ings ' N. .cf 'Ni , . ' 14 67 1 'Xe-Q ff L . L , , N , - g . . sf lm. . I A ,, ii . ' . AJ. Q ,Jlg ,A g,1.v gikf .W x . 5 V.oti,pyfx E .- W- 5 H T ff'ff-'QECT f I i LJ? Q,',S'?'k D l Zxiy 'f 'Tl y in' - , Ac A J., S Q' . I A Z 'rili' ,-,l,,- ... . .,,..-.- 3,4--,,..,...L . ..Llilif.,Q x V T ,.... .,,,,,. ....- .TI1..':L..,i., . .,.., EIA. ... ..... .. FIRST ROW, Ensign Weiland, Eric H., 4D, Philadelphia, Pa., 2nd Lt. Stone, James B., 4D, Louisville, Ky., Ensign Runels, Ralph C., 4B, Lowell, Mass., Ensign Thomas W., 3C, Baldwin City, Kans., Ensign Soderberg, Clarence A., 3C, Jacobsen, Ralph N., 4B, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Johnson, John E., Jr., 4C, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Fehr, Albert J., 4B, Sandusky, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Walker, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Morlock, Harold A., 4C, Orland Park, llls .... Cecil K., Jr., 38, Glenbrook, Conn., Ensign Nally, L. O., Vernon, 3C, Midvale, THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Lebens, Nicholas A., 4C, St. Paul, Minn., 2nd Lt. Mitchell, Idaho, Ensign Kincaid, William L., 4C, Topeka, Kans., Ensign Gnuse, Kenneth W., Donald C., 4B, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Date, John E., Jr., 4C, Minneapolis, 4D, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Cottam, James R., 2C, Mineapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Houck, Minn., 2nd Lt. Oslund, Edwin J., 4C, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Mattsfield, Harold, 4A, Silverton, Ore. . . SECOND ROW, 2nd Lt. Broderick, William P., Wallace, 4A, Litchfield, Minn., Ensign Toner, Edward P., Jr., 4A, Forest Park, llls., 48, Dormont, Pa., 2nd Lt. Werner, Irving R., Jr., 4D, Hartford, Conn., Ensign Ensign Morgan, William F., SC, Hollidaysburg, Pa., Ensign Silver, William C., Reagan, James T., 3D, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Cushman, Richard B., 4B, 4A, Marshall, N. C., Ensign Giger, Lee C., 4B, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign White, Wilmclte, llls., Ensign Degenkolb, Edwin B., Jr., 4C, Arcadia, Calif., 2nd Lt. Sturgis, Theodore R. F., 4C, Peoria, llls. , I 6 MS ik t nw- FlRST ROVV, Ensign Grum Ledio, -SC, St. Ensign Haley, Edgar W., Youngstown, Ohio, Ensign Earl W., 4D, Aberdeen, S. Ensign Wollensak, Charles 3D, New York, N. Y. . Milwaukee, Wisc., 2nd Lt. o Ili! l 1 me, Frederick J., AD, Indianapolis, Ind., Ensign Mariani, Paul, Minn., 2nd Lt. Nason,, Clyde R., 4A, Culver City, Calif., 43. Beverly, Mass., Ensign Hardie, George l., 4D, Regan, James, 3A, Watertown, Mass., 2nd Lt. Hopp, Dok., 2nd Lt. Narlian, Armen, 4C, Battle Creek, Mich., A., -LA, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign Oberwanger, David, . SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Kiernan, Robert R., 3B, Cedarholm, Joseph P., 4B, Sacramento, Calif., Ensign , "V Jones, Alan W., 4C, Payson, Utah, 2nd Lt. Hicks, Arthur L., 4C, St. Cloud, Minn.. Page V , . 1' f, 4 A 2nd Lt. Peterson, Cecil A., 4A, Bellingham, Wash., Ensign Foulkes, David R.iD'33, ' ' d I Winthrop, Mass., Ensign Hanes, Vincent E., 4C, Urbana, llls., Ensign Lin 0, FVGHJK R-1 J-, 48, Jackson, Miss., Ensign Kensinger, James E., 48, Rogersville, M0-I Ensign Peacey, -lOhr1 R., 3C, Seattle, Wash .... THlRD ROW: Ensign Field' R0l-Perf H-, 43, Alexandria, Va., Ensign Nolf, Jacob S., 4D, Nazareth, P0-F En5'9n FOWJSY, AITOI1, 4C, Santa Ana, Calif., 2nd Lt. Christensen, Leo W-I 4Af Brosh, Colo., 2nd Lt. Robinson, Phillip J., SC, lnglewood, Calif., 2nd Lt. Siclilefl Jack M., so, snn Mnnnn, Calif., Ensign Simundza, Paul M., 45, Berwyn, llls-z Ensign Castine, GGFGFCJ J-I 43, South Ozone Park, N. Y., Ensign IUQUH5' Bradford W., 4A, Middlebury, Vt., 2nd Lt. Schluter, Gordon F., 4D, Sedan, Minn, l78 47 '54 " -fl . 2 tart' - .X - W, Q rg . i A parachute rigger "graduates"'. Before qualifying as riggers and earning their rates, enlisted men at N.A.T.C., rnust iump using chutes they them- iiiv If Qleiiieii ,ws FIRST ROW, Ensign Richards, Albert H., SC, Hollywood, Calif., 2nd Lt. Oxley, Carleton J. H., 48, Marion, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Agrue, William E., 4D, Lexington, Ills. 2nd Lt. Sisler, Arthur L., Jr., 48, Lyons, Colo., Ensign Scranton, Charles W., Jr. 3D, East Orange, N. J., Ensign Panek, James P., 4C, Cicero, Ills., Ensign Link, Richard D., 4A, Winnetka, Ills., 2nd Lt. D'Orazi, John, QC, Missoula, Mont. 2nd Lt. Willey, Howard T., 48, Washington, D. C., 2nd Lt. Collins, Cooper C., 4C, Little Rock, Ark .... SECOND ROW, Ensign Collins, Richard A., .lr., 4D, Sturgis, Mich., Ensign Bramhall, Douglas C., 48, Syracuse, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Lander, Howard W., 48, Kingtield, Maine, 2nd Lt. Gardner, William A., 4D, . - N f ., QL? . , ,gififlkff 3 f J-.. W- .ggi 4 , Ez' E,k,Xg, 1 ' .f g., ' f -I 'gp 2 If-WA E E 'Y V Pia 11' 1 Louisville, Ky., 2nd Lt. Lindsey, Duane A., 4C, Merrill, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Hughes Robert F., 48, St. Peter, Minn., 2nd Lt. Innes, Irwin L., 48, Portland, Ore. 2nd Lt. Millerd, Max A., 4A, Owosso, Mich., Ensign Eccles, George R., 4C Syracuse, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Harrison, Harold, 4A, Bostie, N. C .,.. THIRD ROW Ensign Gustin, George A., Jr., 4D, St. Louis, Mo., 2nd Lt. Dodson, George W. 4D, Eugene, Ore., 2nd Lt. Hoower, Warren R., 4C, Valparaiso, Ind., Ensign Baxter Donald E., 38, Pasadena, Calif., Ensign Scott, Robert W., 4C, Moorestown, N. J. Ensign Peterson, Earl D., Jr., 4D, Austin, Minn,, 2nd Lt. Schnorf, Jonathan S. 4D, Madison. Vllisc., 2nd Lt. Duskin, Bernard S., 48, Midlothian, Ills., Ensign Arroyo Joseph F., 4C, New Orleans, La., Ensign Komanecky, Cyril, 4C, Livingston, Ills. Page I79 I 1 I 1 l 1 l , i , x i 1 f 5 . r i i i i. It J i g Z., 'S -1 f An important test conducted by Aviation Medicine is ilhe pressure chamber hope shown here . . . Cadets write on pads which show their reactions W Jill L , i943 to high altitudes . . . Q. ,,! ir L,.!4'F egg, 61 - I X :.W . ,, in 1 mg N I I if , fe' . 4'-4 L as - . tix, I H f Z ,CJUX ,lgzy l V r A' .lj ' 'fi '::::':'ff Nl , -, W? ik' I, 1 .3 ' Y ' fi Qi! Q 9 Q: ,2 ' ,LI , tl if 'El 'lf' 'bg 453' . X , l 1 . f 5 i i ,A .1 A FIRST .Ensign Krousc, Michccl H., D. Eg.-.'l.rj5 Crum, Chia, Ensign Van Buren, William P., 4C, Fulton, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Bradley, William E., 4B, MCCOHHQY, William R., -10. Pixma: C1 Hg, Ensign Leeper, Charles D., ADI Tallahassee, Fla., Ensign Brose, William M., 43, Hempstead, N. Y., Ensign Jones, Parkorsin-rg N'-. Uri. Ensign Noon, Daniel T., JE Crgvye, Cgrrn, Ensign Murphy! Ferron, R., 3C, Proro, Utah, 2nd Lt. Webb, John R., 4A, Ellensburg, Wash. . . 1 Joseph R., QC. Atlanta, Ga Ensign Mvlcrus, Francis J., JC Mitzriell S.,Dal'- THIRD ROW: 2nd U' Duffy' Reber' J" 45, Clllcogo' lllS'7 2nd U' Swanion' Ensign McBride, James A., -LC, Sur :ff gill 2nd Lt Dorsett Robert M 'IJ Lawrence F., 48' Alceslerl S' Dokd 2nd Ll' Warren' Forest B" 4C' Crowlordsvlllel Tenofi.. N i, Ensign peck Alben D' QL gf A Cr.: ' SE " ' ' Ind., Ensign Beckett, Merlin R., 4A, Topeka, Kans., 2nd Lt. Woitczak, Zygmoni -l-I E l "S Wu. I uf V 'I ' " 2' 4 " CQND ROW- AC, Evanston, llls., Ensign Brown, Robert H., 48, DuBois, Pa., Ensign Kemp, Alan E-, .QSIQIQ .c a i iam limi.-.-.':.i.-.ee. -'J-SC-1qEf'i'9."' FOVO, R'Cl10fd W.. -US., Evanston, llls., Ensign Bone, William T., 4D, Charleston, W. Va., EftSi9n Holi' -. , os.on, woes., nsign a ei rs, Walter J., -fn, VIJJLZCFT, N, Y., Ensign Howard L., 43, xNg,,51On,SOjeml N' C' O if FIRST RQW. Ensign G,-osser 'john F QC Clevelqnd Ohio Ensi n Christ, 4C, Pacific Grove, Calif., 2nd Lt. Boszhardt, Andrew K., 4A, Muslcego Vtlisc- , 1 u ! chamber reactions v I EI, AB, 10,1651 tansoni l Grille! gnt J" la, E., Holt, J LY 3 , 1943 -4-, 5.-rf' .if , fo- ' s . Lili I 'S .. af, 3 I I 5 Q I Q t l ' z . . i , J i l l . A t T ft 3 'sn FIRST ROW: Ensign Kelly, Francis l., 4D, Brooklyn, N. Y., Ensign Malinoff, Allen, 4D, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Trotter, Robert T., 3D, Topeka, Kans., 2nd Lt. Sweder, Frank M., 4C, Marquette, Mich., Ensign Behm, William, 4A, Maywood, Ills. Ensign Rohe, Vincent W., 4C, Cincinnati, Ohio, Ensign Rundle, John H., 4A, Fresno, Calif., Ensign Tannert, Thomas P. L., 48, Waumatosa, Wisc., Ensign Downey, William P., 48, Tulsa, Okla .,.. SECOND ROW- Ensign Drake, Stanley E., 4A, Peyton, Colo., Ensign Reber, Robert W., 4A, Petosliey, James, 4A, Kerman, Calif., Ensign McCroskey,, Dewey JILY 31, 1943 k 'O' J iii' ' ,. 'xv- A W .r ., A ,g.. 5 5' . ' gs, .EX I S A -A . Q- t i f Mich., Ensign Moradian, A., 4C, Toledo, Ohio, T I 2nd Lt. Snelson, Robert E., 48, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Fitch, Alfred E. 4C, Tipton, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Lewis, Charles S., 48, Columbus, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Studt Winton L., 48, Kansas City, Kans. THIRD ROW, Ensign Wehner, William H. 3A, El Paso, Texas, 2nd Lt. Anderson, Jerry B., 4C, Winloclz, VVash., Ensign Bloom Harold W., 4C, Holdrege, Nebr., Ensign Mullins, James C., 4E, Jasper, Ga. Ensign Smitherman, Rex M., 4C, Toledo, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Powers, Edward G., 4A Waltham, Mass., Ensign Rutledge, Emory A., 48, Atlanta, Ga., 2nd Lt. Stevenson James A., Jr., 48, Milton, Mass. A I s R fl if 1 in x.xii 5 -'Q A L. .E D i ig l i i , , ., , , 1 9 William B., 4A, Pittsburgh, llls., Ensign Lamoreaux, Wendell G., 4C, Edmore, Mich., Ensign Lloyd, Bennion, 4A, Logan, Utah, Ensign Burgoyne, David S., 48, Mont- pelier, Idaho, Ensign Colianna, John, 48, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ensign Baker, Kenneth W,, 4C, Wood River, llls., Ensign Kund, Robert W., 4D, 8edford, Pa., 2nd Lt. Schroeder, Charles L., 4D, Salina, Kans. . . . SECOND ROW, Ensign Smith, John F., 4E, Kansas City, Kans., Ensign Maschka, Philip J., 4E, Omaha, Nebr., Ensign Campbell, Samuel G., 48, Danville, Va., Ensign Killingsworth, William L., 2nd Lt. Eckstam, Dwight D., 4A, Moline, Ills,, 2nd Lt. Dennison, William 4A, Chicago, Ills., 2nd Lt. Croft, Harley E., 4E, Shenandoah, lowa , , , THIRD ROW, Ensign Story, Walter D., 3D, Albuquerque, N. Mex., Ensign Robertson Alvin C., 3D, Fort Collins, Colo- 2nd Lt Carpenter Burson D 4A K C' I ., . , ., , ansos ity, Mo., 2nd Lt. Olson, Harvey, 48, Seattle, Vtlash., 2nd Lt. Hardy, Thomas W 4E, Columbus, Miss., 2nd Lt. Kroessin, Ross G., 48, Clatskanie, Ore., 2nd Lt. Wilkeil Dean, 4A, Ogden, Utah, Ensign Ward, Albert W., Jr., 4A, Lawrence, Kans. I Page l8l 1 Ensign Soper, Russell E., 3C, Tacoma, i,f.,1O5h.: Ensign Erickson Lyle A .-e?J..f.?EE,:,,L,: viLi"T'TTiff L.:-sz. ' ' - 1 .irii 1943 x . L K 4 ' Y! . 1 4 gl l ' si ' ' 1 " f A , i gi, V ,fi I. -1 f '- ,,, -r .1 ,fi .if ,bf 3 gs -sr 1 -Q ' 1 Nr 3 l I -i . N J 4 3 1 l f 1 I 1 l A f . . ,L J I . A ,P . f. .. 4 FIRST ROW, Ensign Loftus, Kenneth B., Jr., QC, Lakeland, Fla., Ensign Garlock, Ensign Snoddy, Robert C., 4B, Roseburg, Ore., 2nd Lt. Leaird, Dick D,, 30' Richard D., AC, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Dahlgren, Kenneth O., 4C, Austin, L05 Angeles, Colm? Qnfi Ll' gariwlrg qhurlris IF" 43 Ktcmsci-S C225 F317 2nd.lt- sire, Minn., Ensign Wilmoih, Leonard W., 3D, Roadhouse, llls., 2nd Lt. Gahagan, ':,ii5fRpg1'Rlgxxwgogngrcgcliiiglo OEe'Lber:'l?ET Sgsolglglmgzin NL Chi 2onJ'SGJ:iLuigs'ori goin?-1 EH 432, gxustin, tcinimiufnsrilgn Wcsthcciflig Jolgn -E., ASA, Mir::neaEFlis,HMlig3Y:g William F., ABI Mhsoulqi Mom.: 2nd Lt. Sculotil Donald CQ, QD, Seattle' Wcslm n l' co ' Ugcnc " ' OSCOW' G of n5'9n Coll' mn 'n " f 2nd Lt. Sanders, Bert C., 4B, Clovis, N. Mex., Ensign Martin, Beniamin D., AA Ofll-lflml. CUlil,: 505590 Siem, Rflbefl H-, 4A, Pasadena. Calif ---- SECOND Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Wilson, Richard O., 4A, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt ' W ll Walla, Wash., Ensign Hansens, Verrant, Merco J., 3D, Keevvatin, Minn., 2nd Lt. Treynor, William K., 4D, Wash nd Lt Wilcox, Richard S., 4D,'l-tillsdale, Mich. ROLN, 2nd Lt. Cottrell, Francis M., 48, a a h H h L 4D Belleville, ills., Roscoe C., 48, St. Johns, Mich., 2nd Lt. Mars , ug ., , llllillim f, i943 ington, D. C., 2 4 . ' ,. if A 1 , 9 r .3 A , ' 1 '. ,I nf ,viii MK, vi 7015 J , , if ' I . J K 'I-i,! if V ' A ,fffff" I, I XL xr I ' A J N l r of 5 if-, . i' ly If, ji f ji' J sw 4 ' , . L ff f ' g f 1 . .12 , I si ' I . a it .Q bi! ,X .J-...affix . ' 4 f C lim" , . 1 1 . -,, I 4 X la 1 3 , i L J 5 s , W J li A , l 1 '1 'lxi'1 'fDJ.,1'A, rmsr suave.: Ensign T-me ii, F ' gi, D 4 A . . 'J llll llll A BBN, Em' C., JC, RCA lslicmdu miuregfsiergn A'.gChbig,ChH.gllingoligglz Zfgchig, Ergisign Wennerstrom, Paul S., 4D, Denver, Colo.: Ensign Mu9Qe, Louis C., 4C, Oakland k'!Cl1CiEn5i9n Hollbergi Eorl G., AD, Stockholm, S. Dale., Ensign Beaidenl HZi'iiYOreI Rslflfe En-iEgnDWheeJeC? lchesler Ai' ADI Soulh Ponlcmdl Maine: Eniiilqn Nesen -1 . tarranocga, Tenn., Ensign Welto , Ahl J. . ' -"1 -1 , enver, oo., Ensign Ross, Melvill T., 4A, Seminary, '55' Underwood' Hee' ht' Jr-I SA' DUmAnN. Z:eYEnSifgnHDw:2rlancg,CsSLe.:CEnsigr1 THIRD ROW: Ensi9n Gibbs, McBuel, 4C, Winters, Texas: Ensign Chapman Ames, lox-nz, Ensign Uthoff, Augugq F., .351 l,,'-,fe1,51,5f Gmves MO, E -, 4D Charles W., 43, Monroe, La., Ensign Slflcklan'-il: Edgar l--1 43, Lamont, Oklc Robert Sb' ,El Phikldelpimr PU' SECOND ROW., EASY nnxxgfg Dunn, Ensign Pearce, Affie M., Jr., 4C, Lake CitY, Fla.: Ensign Titchener, John D., 4A . 9 c ermotr, Wilson, N. C., Ensign Gearhart, Richard L., 4B, Downey, Calif., Ensign Broekemeiin - . . . L Angeles, Cal Bernard F., -QD, Cortland, N. Y., Ensign Taylor, Russell S., AA, Glendole Com Salt Lake City, Utah, Ensign Bach, Sverre O. 4D Coon Valle, VWSC E . ' ' H ., nslgn P AB 'Ellen E-, 45, Osmond, Nebr., Ensign Dobris, Beniamin, 4C, OS 'O , nsign Robinson, Waldin W., 4E, Monterey Park, Calif., Ensign Stiles, WI A-1 -ll'-, 5A, Sedro-Wooley, Wqgh, age 182 AL, , ,,,, ,f B A ' f rn -C. hw!!!-,fx r .fiNSvZX' We2is542gR0,,fs:-n"f . .Qff"' Navy Secretary Frank Knox, Rear Admiral A. E. Montgomery and Captain G. T. Owens are pictured as Knox arrived on his summer visit here . . . illllilllS2 ll, lllllli WJ ff " N QQSSS ,. FlRST ROVV, Engign Weekley, Robert C., AC, Grand Rapids, Mich., Ensign Ilzilertert AE.,h3DE Phoegix,kArE., EiEsigZD VI-an Hosvenii Richaxi YY., EC, Benign - . ' , ar or, ic ., nsign san , mer ., , ester, a., nsign ue er, eorge ., :S-l:Sl:gl:llng2h5Zs:' MDA lgrozlg Kg!! Enslin Torggrgqz' iT1TJTtlZl Igguagrg Titedljicgjgii 3D, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Powell, William G., 4D, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Amos, Na ' ' War 'f ' f oem' re" 9 1' ' ' ,d H Clifford J., 4D, Goodland, Kans: . . . THIRD ROW: Ensign Cox, Warren G., ibm E"'5'9n HC'5"'9Yf James F-1 4Df C"C'n5lOnf R' l'f Ens'9n Shroyer' Daw' " 4C, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Schretenthaler, George W., 3A, Eau Claire, Wisc., 45' Lincoln' lllif E"'5l9"' 5Cl"fC"?Vf Harold, 45, Bfoolflynf N' Y-I Ensign Wllllsf Ensign Vcidnais, Thomas G., 3B, Portland, Ore., Ensign Stewart, Alvin W., Jr., William H-f Jr., 45, OFJQSSU, TCXUS: 2nd Lf- D00llffl6', Robert H-, JV-I fill Green? 4D, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Smith, John F., 4A, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Clausonthue, horo, N. C. . . . SECOND RONN: Ensign Sheets, Robert D, L., 4D, Decatur, Incl., Bruce D., 4B, Oak Park, llls., 2nd Lt. Cline, Arthur L., 3A, Marion, llls., Ensign Thompson, Roberf H,, 4E, Flint, Mich., Ensign Jackson, Wendell J., 4D, 2nd Lt. Gillmor, George H., 4B, Pittsburgh, Pa., 2nd Lt. Matsen, Miles R., 4D, Waverly, IOWQJ Engign Rosgillon, Norbert F., fiC, Gridley, Kans., Ensign Skibitzke, Goldendale, Wasli., 2nd Lt. Grimes, Walter B., 4C, Gainesville, Ga. Page l83 -JN i AUGU T , 1943 FIRST ROW: Ensign Hammer, James W., 3D, Kansas City, Kans., Ensign Ensign Lindberg, Walter, 4D, Olympia, Wash., 2nd Lt. Cline, Theodore N., 4E, Huddlestun, Dale L., 4C, Newton, llls., Ensign McKnight, James M., 4C, Seattle, Hiram, Ohio, Ensign Hautop, Frederick, 4D, Chicago, llls., Ensign Jones, Wash., Ensign Balzar, John R., 4C, Reno, Nev., Ensign Wand, Robert H., 4C, Edward E., Jr., 4E, Lakewood, Ohio . . . THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Galbraith, Woodbridge, N. J., Ensign Ashton, John M., 4C., Carmel, Calif., 2nd Lt. Miller John W., 3A, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Shinn, Conrad S., 3D, Leadsville, N. C., Odell J., 4E, lsanti, Minn., Ensign Holland, Paul, Jr., 4E, Jerseyville, llls., 2nd Lt. Barber, Allan M., 4C, Willoughby, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Haywood, Milton L., Ensign Henry, Ray P., 4E, Oregon, Mo., Ensign Butler, William C., 4C, Mankato 4B, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Roclebeck, Lorenzo C., 4C, Brovo, Utah, 2nd Lt. Minn .,.. SECOND ROW: Ensign Leidorff, James H., 4C, Macon, Mo., Hansen, Richard O., 4C, St. Paul, Minn., 2nd Lt. Horne, Frederick O., 4C, 2nd lf- FOSUGUQL1, Carl J,-, 45, Columbus, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Manning, Francis S., Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Peru, Archie C., 4D, Battle Ground, Wash., Ensign 4C, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Morrison, Frank T., 4B, Denver, Colo., Ensign Spink Bories, John C., 3C, W h' t D. - ' ' ' R b ' o ert J., 5A, Rochester, N, Y., Ensign Zepp, Eugene J., 4D, Ripon, Wisc.: AU U T , 1943 as ing on, C., Ensign Smolen, Francis E., 4D, Union- ville, Conn. FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Kettle, George T., 5A, Cranford, N. J., 2nd Lt. Kelley, John P., 5A, Moorestown, N. J., 2nd Lt. Reed, Robert J., Jr., 5A, Paducah, Ky., 2nd Lt. Spivey, Charles F., AD, Andrews, N. C., 2nd Lt. Faath, Harry W., Jr., 5A, Bogota, N. J., 2nd Lt. Forrest, Shelby M., 4E, Pine Bluff, Ark., 2nd Lt. Hone, Claude F., 5A, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., 2nd Lt. Wubben, Hazlett H., SA, Grand Junction, Colo., 2nd Lt. Decious, Raymond G., 4D, Oakland, Calif., Ensign Knox, Charley H., 4C, Los Angeles, Calif. SECOND ROW: Ensign Schwartz, John R., 35, Canton, Ohio, Ensign Perrigo, Ralph A., Jr., 3D, Kansas City, Mo., 2nd Lt. Forbes, Edwin A., Jr., 4C, Newton, Mass., 2nd Lt. Dunn, Charles P., 5A, Carlsbad, N. Mex., Ensign Haskell, John T., 4D, Akron, Ohio, Ensign Testolin, Reno, 4D, Melrose Park, llls., Ensign Becker, Theodore P., 4C, West Allis, Wisc., 2nd Lf- Moore, Richard A., QD, Melrose, Mass., Ensign Ausman, Ralph C., 4B, Cheyenne, Wyo., Ensign Little, Lester C., 4C, Chicago, llls. . . . THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Thorne, Dale E., 4D, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Wiley, Robert K., 5A, Aberdeen, Wash., 2nd Lt. Amerine, Beauford L., 4B, Haviland, Kans., 2nd Lt. Pribyl, Charles A., 4E, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Houle, Lester E., 4C, Forest Lake, Minn., Ensign Hudson, Robert L., 5A, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Kienast, Wallace F., 4D, Miles City, Mont., Ensign Moberly, Robert E., 4D, Ottawa, Kans., Ensign Corcoran, Charles K., 4D, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Myers, Earl W., 4D, Laketown, Utah. Page l85 ,....Q 1 T lL wfoa I I Elf Q ll: fi It if ii J i l I i tllllllfi' 4, 1943 4 .I I at A l f W X J J7' FIRST POVW Ensign Murphy, Paul C., 48, Oklahoma City, Okla., Ensign Crawford, Willard E., BD, Muncie, Ind., 2nd Lt. Lynch, Joseph O., 4E, St. Paul, Mimi., Ensign Stubbs, William R., 3D, Kirkwood, Mo., Ensign Finnerty, John C., Tiff, f tltfrltllllll, Olin., Ensign Zcisler, John J., 4D, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Knudson, Curtis E., lil. linfniln, lslvln., Ensign Coffey, Robert W., 4E, Phillips, Nelar., 2nd Lt. Braet, Joseph C., 3D, liast Moline, llls., Ensign Galloway, Frederick W., -ID. Salt l.aL.f, City, Utah SECOND ROW, Ensign Lewis, Bertram L., .lr., -CD, F-Znrln.-'.ti.-r, N, Y., Ensign Maxwell, Kenneth J., AD, Marblehead, Mass., Ensign Carmaclc, John J., 1iD, Selma, Ala., 2nd Lt. Albert, William G., 4A, lfiriunirg, In-.-ni, Ensign Stanley, Gordon A., 4E, Oakridge, Ore., Ensign Leigh, .ll,lllli"l' 4, i943 Stuart B., 4C, South Orange, N, J., 2nd Lt. Peterson, Del Ray H., 4A, Braham, Minn., Ensign Waldron, Richard C., 4A, Utica, N. Y., Ensign Graves, Roger E., 4A, Pennyan, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Allen, Edward J., 3C, Chicago, llls. . . . THIRD ROW, Ensign Soncrant, Richard L., 2D, Toledo, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Laforest, Roland W., 4D, Jacksonville, Fla., 2nd Lt. Morris, George C., 4C, Salisbury, Md., 2nd Lt. Will, Percy L., 4A, Houston, Texas, Ensign Moore, Laird W., 4C, Upper Darby, Pa., Ensign Perry, John T., Jr., 4D, Lexington, Ky., 2nd Lt. Bowen, Francis A., Jr., 4A, East Aurora, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Willie, Dennis W., 4B, Webster S. Dak., 2nd Lt. Thompson, James F., 4A, San Pedro, Calif., 2nd Lt. Wolf, John M., 4C, Ross, Calif. if 4 . , rx .. I V . - Q , Q ' ,,.-. i . ' ,f .X .g V , , .l ' , ,,, ,ff ' i is . ' ' 5 x A l ',lLr' I N , . r 3 ' J I' X f I , ! Q ' , Q s. ' Q l . l t L CD4 l 1 I 1 E fbi :if-5 Ensign Budd, Richard Aw .15 QV: - L-,,,A fl-M l'Aj.,',.l 2nd L, Brute Vernon Ny' .lil 5'-f.. f f - 2nd Lt. Long' x,-,r,ll,Om T., .LQ 5-,.,...,..l,.,v ml, 2nd Lt. Lemieux, Alfred J., .:' Ax, li. . Qnd U- Dcnnc, Jognj .f C-1" 2' ' Ensign Gcienrfe, Qcorgg VJW Q51 Q. lj- Elnsigurl 5P5"d'C'- 'WM' VW V B' ' Efngn 1'-'cL:clilin, wamrm w., 45, L.:-.i1. A H- Ynd Lt. Pearson, Cl-igfhg, QV' j.1 -f. ,g.,, fi' , ll SECOND PCL-7 E'UlQ"t Romfetl Kl'l3'r' F",-. Jr., 22 -11 "'1 Q. " ' 2nd Lt Talrola, Toivo O.. fi "1" 2nd Lt. Abrcltcrnscri, Jcme: L. O., -CE, Rutland, N. Dale., 2nd Lt. Arnold, Oliver O., 5A, Okanogan, Wash., 2nd Lt. Aitken, Russell B., QB, Elberton, Ga., 2nd Lt. Mahan, John W., 4E, Helena, Mont.: 2nd Lt. Henderson, Robert P., 4A, Omaha, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Swalley, Raymond H-I 3D. Tacoma, V'!ash. . THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Holloway, Harding H-I 5Af Detroit, Mich., Ensign Hall, William C., 5A, Porterville, Miss., Ensign Weizer, Daniel, -75, Clf:.'cland, Ohio, Ensign Masterson, Robert J., 4D, Rochester, N. Y., EnSl9n Park, Gordon S., 4E, Glen Ridge, N. J., Ensign Hamm, Otis A., 5A, West M0rlf0ef Le., 2nd Lt. Walden, Clarence, 4A, Vancouver, Wash., 2nd Lt. O'Brien, GGOYQ9 F" 4-1, Great Neck tsl, Y., 2nd Lt. Jcmes, Frederick, 4C, Oshkosh, Wisc. X 2 Lf '-S--I-f'X,N, j..7XX 'Ax 'A r Cadet company marching past the Admiral's stand give "eyes right" as part ot the Regiment's monthly review . . . ll lll ill lllS ll , ll 9 ll 3 FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Foryziak, Eugene A., 4D, Duluth, Minn., Ensign Lewis, William O., 4D, Morrill, Nebr., 2nd Lt. McMahon, Richard, 4E, Bellingham, Wash., 2nd Lt. Lynch, William C., 4D, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Dick, Ewart G., 5A, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Van Amburg, Albert L., 4D, Barnhart, Mo., 2nd Lt. Kurchinski, Franklin R., 4D, Boyne City, Mich., 2nd Lt. Schneider, Richard A., 4B, Suquamish, Wash., 2nd Lt. Harrison, William H., 4D, Baltimore, Md., Ensign Higgenbotham, Robert M., 4D, Modesto, Calif. . . . SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Bates, William A., 5A, Flatrock, Mich., 2nd Lt. lngberg, Peter O., 4D, lsle, Minn., 2nd Lt. Coulombe, Louis L. N., 4D, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Robertson, Oliver W. H., 4E, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Hollingsworth, Willard C., 4D, Gary, Ind., 2nd Lt. Lybecker, Wayne A., 4E, Coulee Dam, Wash., 2nd Lt. Spencer, Wallace B., 4C, Yost, Utah, 2nd Lt. Sloan, Truman L., 4A, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Longo, Giovanni, 4D, East Hartford, Conn., 2nd Lt. Green, George K., Jr., 5A, Kansas City, Mo., 2nd Lt. LeBoeuf, John W., 4C, Menominee, Mich .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Stinebaugh, Warren C., 4E, Trinidad, Colo., 2nd Lt. Sienko, Walter, 4E, Peell, Wash., 2nd Lt. Dial, James R., SA, Aluloquerque, N. Mex., 2nd Lt. Benziger, Robert W., 4C, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Cadwallader, Rex G., 4B, Chaclron, Nebrz, Ensign Sawyer, Eugene B., 5A, Plain City, Ohio, Ensign Dibbens, Howard W., 5B, Garden City, Kans., Ensign Skiver, Donald E., 4E, Little Rock, lowa, Ensign Parrish, Elbert W., 5A, Orlando, Fla., Ensign Sweeney, Albert L., 5A, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Stenslend, Rangnold K., 5A, Petersburg, Alaska. Page l87 Q lsxcht-,, Alltill , 1943 Girl and Cadet inspect SN-J in connection with a Rodd Field party . 1 . i 1 I I , , 2 ' w ' 3 g , , , l . f, . ff, . L ' l 1 ' , ' . , x i L 9 i , r 16 1 , 7 ,i i i r l L i.. ml ml i i r , 5 - 125.4 - .. - . L i -2 1 - ' L FIRST ROW: Ensign Graham, Donald W., 4D, Pasadena, Calif., Ensign Cook Orville M., 4E, Savanna, lllsz, Ensign Weide, Milton E., 4E, Cashmere, Wash. Ensign Dennis, Reyburn H., Jr., 5A, Washington, D. C., Ensign Copelan, Charles G 4E, Atlanta, Ga., Ensign McPherson, Harold L., 5A, Purcell, Okla., Ensign Curry, Robert E., 4C, National City, Calif., Ensign Lopez, David A., 5A, San Bernardino, Calif., Ensign Wagner, William G., 4E, Dayton, Ohio, Ensign Lorenz, Edward G. 43, Bowman, N. Dok. . . . SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Ellingswood, Foster, Jr., 5A Newton, Mass., 2nd Lt. Kay, Thomas R., 4A, Charleston, W. Va., 2nd Lt. Johnson Joseph T., 4A, LaGrange, Oregon, 2nd Lt. Deines, Reinholdt, 4E, Garden City, Kans. 2nd Lt. Coker, Franklin C., 5A, Marshall, Texas, 2nd Lt. Bishop, John M., 4C Staten Island, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Fox, James K., 4C, Wood River, Ills., Ensign P09Qd9f Edwin K., 4E, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Petersen, Herman, 4D, Grand Haven, Mich., 2nd Lf. Rowan, Archibald H., Jr., Qs, wgshangfon, D. C .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Mosley, Arthur, 4D, Batavia, llls., 2nd Lt. Wood, Richard B-1 fic' San Francisco, Calif., 2nd Lt. Marble, Roger K., 4D, North Dighton, Mass.: E"5'9n Galbraith, William M., 4D, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Foote, George T-1 'lc' Van Nuys, Calif., Ensign Molhoek, Harold C., 4C, Grand Rapids, Mich.: 2nd U' Sumner, John S., 4A, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Smith, Spurgeon E-I 4D, Grand Rapids, Minn., Ensign Johnson, J. Richard, 4C, Lynn, Ind., Ensign Comb' Donald O., 4B, Minneapolis, Minn. Page l88 nslgn Peebles, LaRoy, SA, Winston-Salem, N. C., 2nd Lt. Johnson, Albert S. 5A, 1 Q t tr NJ IUGU , 1943 , f ,W e v, 4 1 'W W , AX - Q U ,, J ., ij, We, ELF' , 'flailiif 'im 5' ' 51,69 1 iq, sf w urg , N. Y., Ensign Verrette, John D., 4B Iron Mountain, Mich., Ensign Sullivan, John, 4B, Boston Mass- Ensign Sullivan 3 'Y .,... FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Lambert, Frederick C., 5A, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Davidson, Cooney, Lawrence F., Jr., 5A, Ne b I1 Edward A., 5A, Nutley, N. J., Ensign Holtschulte, James W., 5A, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Bridges, Jack, 5A, Spartanburg, S. C., Ensign Chevins, Anthony C 5A, Irvington, N. J., Ensign Reichert, Joseph, Jr., 5A Fort Wayne Ind Ensi n Melv' 1 1 'I g Inf William M., 5A, Chattanooga, Tenn., Ensign Lee, Kent L., 5A, Coward S. C. Ensign Tabbut, George A., 5A Seattle Wash- 2nd Lt Schwendimann H , , ., . , arry N., 5A, Wilmot, Ark. . . . SECOND ROW, Ensign Bowser, John A., 4B, Kittanning, Pa., Ensign Schofield, John W., Jr., 4B Helena Mont- Ensign M er W'll' , , ., y , slam H., 4D, Camden, Ind., Ensign Glockner, Edward L., 5A, Portsmouth, Ohio, Ensign AUG 1943 James T. M., 4B, Rockville, Md., 2nd Lt. Warkentin, James R., 4E, Milwaukee, Wis. Ensign Faires, Edwin L., 4D, Charlotte, N. C .,.. THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Kirk James R., 4D, Sheridan, Wyo., Ensign Stewart, Emmett, E., 5B, Norfolk, Va. Ensign Hougen, Raymond, 4D, Silverton, Ore., Ensign McEIwain, Robert H., 4D Hutchinson, Kans., Ensign Richards, Langton, 4E, San Francisco, Calif., 2nd Lt P I R' h oen, IC ard A., 4D, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Hayter, James G., 3D, Long Beach Calif., Ensign Dougall William S 5A Buffalo N Y 2nd Lt McVa Ja , ., , , . ., . y, mes D., 4D, Springfield, Mo., 2nd Lt. Norton, Floyd F., 4D, Kelseyville, Calif. ,Nj FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Gray, Everett, 5A, Syracuse, N. Y., Ensign Huffman, Charles W., Jr., 5A, Rockville, Mo., Ensign Murphy, James I., 5A, Chillicothe, ills.- E . . Shreveport, La., 2nd Lt. Dooley, Edward B. J., 5A, Hoboken, N. J., 2nd Lt. McKenzie Homer L., 4D, Lindsay, Okla., 2nd Lt. Hardin, Nestor C., 4D, PhiIlippi,'W. Va., Ensign Helm, E. Roy, 4D, Elk City, Okla., Ensign Jarrett, Wendll N., 4D, Ravens- wood, W. Va. . , . SECOND ROW, Ensign Morrison, Albert B., 5A, Auburn, Wash., 2nd Lt. Kiester, Kenneth R., 5A, Hemingford, Nebr., EUSIQU Timm, Dean O-1 5A, Centralia, Wash., Ensign Wood, Walter A., Jr., 4D, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1 Ensign Smith, Norman R., 4E, Hillsdale, Mich., 2nd Lt. Spokane, Wash., Ensign Mather, George E., 5A, Maywood Faulkner, Wayne L., 4C, , llls., Ensign Swearingen, Frederick A., 5A Coolville Ohio- 2nd Lt Pettigrew Robert F 5A O , , , . , ., , maha, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Baker, Raymond W., 5A, Seattle, Wash. . . . THIRD ROW: Ensign Wood, Nathan C., 5A, Abilene, Texas, Ensign Herren, Robert W., 4C, Barrington, llls., Ensign Munkelwitz, Henry E., 4D, St. Paul, Minn., Ensign Blanchette, Charles J., 4B, Marshall, Minn., Ensign Swensen, Sheldon C., SA, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Gohre, Lewis T., 5A, Alhambra, Calif., Ensign Lafkin, John R., 4D, Baltimore, Md., Ensign Matheson, Robert R., 4C, Sunnyside, Wash., 2nd Lt. Speck, Richard C., 4A, Ch' lll - ' ' icago, s., 2nd Lt. McGlff, John J., 5A, Chicago, llls. Page I89 I 1 I I r 1 AUGUST , 1943 xg, , ' if il 4 ,Q s 'nt . 4 tif. v .. -. l t O I FIRST ROW, Ensign Mourgos, George, 4D, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign DeMoulin, Orville F., 5A, Huntington Park, Calif., 2nd Lt. McGinty, Selva E., 4D, Stillwell okla., Ensign McCann, Richard E., 4E, Portland, Maine, Ensign Hansen, Morris M. 48, Neenah, Wisc., 2nd Lt. Bond, Richard S., 4D, Hobart, Ind., Ensign Mcllwee, John G., 4D, Brookline, Mass., Ensign Mizell, Travis F., 4D, Orangeburg, S. C. Ensign Lamprey, Forrest C., 4E, Haverhill, Mass., Ensign Gilchrist, James F., 4D Rockton, llls. . . . SECOND ROW, Ensign Kulenkamp, Jerome C., 4E, St. Paul Minn., 2nd Lt. Jensen, Lee D., 5A, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Bullock, John 5A, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Hurley, William J., Jr., 4C, Stillwater, Minn. GIIT Il, 1943 1 1 1 Ensign Warner, John B., Jr., 4C, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Korb, Sam, 4C, Burlington, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Mars, William G., Jr., 5A, Rochester, N. Y., Ensign Sontag, Richard A., 48, Youngstown, Ohio, 2nd Lt. McNichoI, Murray C., 48, Caney, Kans., Ensign Linkiewicz, Stanley T., 4C, Calumet City, Ills. . . . THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Jones, Earl E., Jr., 4C, Stillwater, Minn., 2nd Lt. Gearhart, Jerrold J., 4E, Montgomery, Pa., Ensign Page, W. D., 5A, Dover, Ark., 2nd Lt. Ramsaur, Robert L., 2D, San Fransisco, Calif., 2nd Lt. Theno, David M., 4C, Fort Atkinson, Wisc., 2nd Lt. Garin, Donald J., 4D, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Merrill, Sherlock C., 4C, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Lux, S. Stephen, 38, Pittsburgh, Pa., Ensign Shoemaker, Paul W., 48, Pittsburgh, Pa., Ensign Pettit, Thomas M., 3D, Moorestown, N. J. Ll.. I AH. .hs 'P' . 'Lf "., 6 'e if wi B ,pf Q ili y WA, Qt W 'af '. 1 ' l fl 'I ,ft ,I -2 - - A FIRST ROW: Ensign Harvey, Eugene K., 4E, Royal Center, Ind., Ensign Armstrong, John W., 4D, Three Rivers, Wisc., Ensign Elwood, Francis E., 48, Marion Ind., Ensign Culbertson, Robert G., 4C, Akron, Ohio, Ensign Goldammer, James H., 40, Grand Rapids, Mich., Ensign Lynch, Hubert, 4D, Providence, R. I., Ensign -l0lm50f11 Waffen E., 4D, Worcester, Mass., Ensign Norton, Paul J., 4D, Boston, Mass., Ensign Pitts, Eugene L., 4C, Hot Springs, Mant., Ensign Pierqel Joseph, 5A, Portland, Ore. . , . SECOND ROW, Ensign Knosp, Harold D., 4E, Hastings, Nebr., Ensign Junsola, Leslie S., 4E, Chisholm, Minn., Ensign Johnson, Wayne R., 40' KGPSUS CITY' KORS-2 En5l9n Olleff Colvin W-, 4C, Germantown, Tenn., Ensign PUIVGVGHTI1 VINCGUL 4D, Springfield, Mass., Ensign Jones, Charles L., 4D, Jac CitY, Iowa, Ensign Greene, Arthur N., Jr., 4D, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Greiner, Parke E-1 4E, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Sadler, Thomas W., 4C, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Hedelson, Raymond V., 5A, Yankton, S. Dak .... THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt, Shumaker, Robert, 5A, Newton Center, Mass., 2nd Lt. Thompson, Derrell P., SA, Exeter, Calif.: 2nd Lt. Scott, Gene P., SA, Sioux City, Iowa, Ensign Passi, Walter L., 5A, Soudan, Minn-1 Ensign Barker, Donald R., 5A, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Hall, Eugene C-1 4C, Santa Monica, Calif., Ensign Walker, Raymond E., 5A, Klamath Falls, Ore-1 Ensign Murphy, Albert E., 5A, Longmont, Colo., Ensign Walcutt, Thomas F., 45, Newark, Ohio, Ensign Lazear, George C., 5A, Cheyenne, Wyo. Page I90 hard A., Z 4 "", ' ' ,X 'r ,,W V , omg, f ZAR W ,XX ffm.. ,4 v ,cm Ensign . Jones, i F I L.,. Znd I.I. ii -fi . ,, -4. 'X-, nuker, ! g 'K Cadets R. C. Vana ken, Los Angeles California-J C Stollenber Ste , , . . g, vens Pt., Wisconsin, and V. Vanden Branden, Green Bay, Wisconsin, discuss the igiiusacoliipeie ...iiileg win-engine SN-B trainer . . . 1 sg E N .X J is , ,, 1 . ' ' S fc V 4 ff. Q ' ' f iiif it 2. f 1 f f fm r,,, x ,,c, i,,c,, ii,,r - ,,c, .rsc . . Wrer.. . ,c,, -- FIRST ROW: Ensi Robert V., 5A, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Proctor, Maurice, 5A, Seattle, Wash. Ensign Harris, Lundon D., Jr., SA, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Kendall, Jack D., 5A Stanford, Ky., Ensign Clark, Arthur E., 4C, Clarkston, Mich., 2nd Lt. Gunther Arthur N., 4B, Holland, Mich., Ensign Hardisty, Allen V. 4C San .lose Calif Ensign Baker, Paul C., 5A, Filer, Idaho, Ensign Alm, Charles, 4D, Chicago, Ills. ' I - SECOND ROW: Ensign Stubbs Wilton O 5A Buda Texas Ensign Lesher Igenneth W., 4D, Springfield, Ohio, Ensign SwaI'lbws,, Fred A., 5A,IAIgood, Tenn., nsi I ' ' ' ' ' ' 90 rmen, William J., 5A, Bisbee, N. Dak,, Ensign Flickinger, K. Stone, 4D, N, LW., qui: if ' ml W T gn Bodell, Robert O., 4D, Virginia, Minn., Ensign Hungerf0rCl, 1 1 M ' QSSKW Xl Chippewa Lake, Ohio, Ensign McManus, Charles F., Jr., 4D, Milton, Mass., 2nd Lt. Kugler, Arvene J., 4E, Culbertson, Nebr., Ensign Carl, Daniel S., 4E, Garden City, Kans., Ensign Zape, Edwin L., Jr., 4E, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Hughes, Coit I., Jr., 4B, Phoenix, Ariz .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Lillie, Hugh D., 4D, Grand Rapids, Mich., Ensign Swanson, Clifford N., 4C, Beloit, Wisc., Ensign Lampson, Donald, Jr., 4D, Mt. Morris, Mich., Ensign Dubisky, Joseph E., 4D, Bloom- field, Conn., Ensign O'Connor, Francis L., 4E, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Ensign Coop- er, Donald L., 4B, Reardon, Wash., Ensign Boyle Robert J 5A Wilmette Ills Ensign Madsen, John P., 4C Bremerton Wash 12nd Lt Eahe l V A V , , ., . y, ance ., 4E, Moscow, Kans., Ensign Parker, William E., 4E, Rich Square, N. C, Page I9I ff- 'fi-1 ,. .ia ,gif ,ff f-, 2 vfj' 'P-fg X .,.,g!,i.J ff " ,wif l l ' l Four OS2U's making a practice landing in formation . . fl-N ffl- 6 6 . .3 V. fy il yvxnr usx T ,,, .Q E 4' -,V T, I .ff LK, " ,M If itvlilli X 'Nl'! . ,Wal r s. f -e ,J if el le 5 lp l fir - 5 l I I X--F N I , ,,,,,.,,, W ,,,,, .64 ir 4 A ni l --. zz. '1 ...zz ,," , .44 .. ' FIRST RONN, Ensign Plettenberg, Robert E., 4C, Farmington, Mich., Ensign Brown, Loren L., -lA, Pasadena, Calif., 2nd Lt. Wiederhoett, Donald J., 4C, LaCrosse, Wisc., Ensign Zinger, Edward W., 4D, Detroit, Mich., 2nd Lt. Sidak, Robert, 4D, Chicago, llls., Ensign Parker, Donald G., 4D, Cadillac, Mich., Ensign Shanley, Edward A., 4B, Washington, D. C., Ensign Wickham, Joseph G., 4C, Elmhurst, L. l., N. Y., Ensign Moritz, Dale E., SB, Carrollton, Mo., 2nd Lt. Daniel, Glenn R., 4D, Pocatello, idaho SECOND ROW- Ensign Loverin lro Glenn SA Reedle . . , . , I I yi Calif., Ensign McCue, Thomas F., SA, Alhambra, Calif., Ensign Schmidt, George F., 4D, Columbus, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Minkley, John, 4C, Chicago, llls., Ensign Stratton, Elmer G., 5A, Gloucester, N. J., Ensign Schroer, David N., 4C, Louisville, KY' 2nd Lt. Roueche, Brett E., 4E, Birmingham, Ala., 2nd Lt. Butterfield, Kenneth l-- 4C, Pawnee City, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Dellamana, Albert F., 4E, Brookline, M4155- 'Znd Lt. Hawkins, Ralph O., 4E, Attleboro, Mass .... THIRD ROW: Ensign MUflCh William P., 4D, Butte, Mont., Ensign Phillion, Bruce E., 4D, Saginaw, MlCl'l- znd Lt. Tlppie, Charles w., 4c, Les Angeles, Calif., Ensign Walton, Florin, 4B Mt. Pleasant, Mich., 2nd Lt. Tougas, Alcide L., 4B, Attleboro, Mass., Ensign Marshall Roland W., 4D, Lexington ,Mass., Ensign Schmidli, Roy H., 4A, Oregon, WISC- Ensign Anderson, George G., SA, Eugene, Ore., Ensign Boeck, Elfon R-I 45 Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt Walker, Donald E. V., SA, Boone, Iowa. Page 192 I r 1 11111111 11, 11143 f FIRST ROW- 2nd Lt Fulton Flo d K J . . , y ., r., 4E, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Longfellow, Donald G., 4D, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Blanc, Victor B., 5A, Pasadena, Calif., Ensign McEvers, Richard J., -4A, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Ensign Disser, Robert K.,, 4D, Fort Wayne, Ind., 2nd Lt. Gilliam, Wayne Van S., 4B, Dubuque, Iowa, Ensign Andrew, Bennett E., 4C, Elizabethtown, llls., 2nd Lt. Schulte, Lawrence H., 4D, St. Louis, Mo., 2nd Lt. Brown, James R., 4C, Detroit, Mich., 2nd Lt. Woodrow, John A., 4D, Warrensburg, Mo .... SECOND ROW, 2nd Lt. Broering, Warren, 5A, South Pasadena, Calif., 2nd Lt. Moore, Robert E., 4C, Marquette, Mich, 2nd Lt. Cieszko, Edward J., 4D C ' - ' ' , ambrldge, N. Y., Ensign Jennings, Raymond DI, .lllilil ll, 1943 21' fi 7 i 5A, Stanberry, MQ., 2nd Lt. Pearson, Carl G. H. 4 , D, Hartford, Conn., 2nd Lt Norton, John J., 4D, Manchester, Conn., 2nd Lt. Miller, Leonard A., 4D Burlington, N. C., Ensign Herman, Saul W., 4E, Mamaraneck, N. Y., Ensign Jones, James E., 4D, Columbus, Ohio . . . THIRD ROW: Ensign Weston, Robert B., 4A, Allentown, Pa., 2nd Lt. Bartlett, Robert M., Jr., 4C,, Kansas City, Mo., 2nd Lt. Hinshaw, Don M., 4C, Arcadia, Ind., Ensign Thomas, Stanley D., 4C, Okemah, Okla., Ensign Thompson, Harold A., 4E, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Ewers, Norman G 4E Ju'un C If 2 ., , 1 ga, a I ., nd Lt. Melby, Richard E., 4E, Fergus Falls, Minn., 2nd Lt. Wellwood, Robert E., 4E, Sheridan, Wyo. ,J '1 in ,,, 2 if I . I .nf -. Q ' A '11 1 ii , 1 1 .1 1 f f 1 , if 1 ' ' ' 1 i 5 , , x , FIRST Gerald W., 3C, Alb Ens' HUnlln9iOn Park, Calif., Ensign Crawford, Lucien K., 4E, Maryville, MO-J Ensign Jo ' HES, Richard L., 5B, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Taylor, Robert P., 4D, Los Angeles, ' ign Zink, John A., 5A, sr. Marys, ohm, Ensign Shultz, Howard V-f 5Af Ufbana, Ohio . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Spears, Horace E., 5A, Altus, Okla., Ensign Kunfz, Donnell R., 4D, sf. 101115, Mo., Ensign Bvgbeef Ben' 49,"'dlO'iOP0' 'is' Ind., Ensign Wilkins, George o., 4c, Joliet, llls., Ensign Duff, W""0"' F-I 581 Calif., Ens 'J' . ff ,rug M f 451 ,111 A 1 i f, C, 2 ROW: Ensign Seibert, William M., 4C, Galesburg, llls., EHSIQH 5PIlZe"f uquerque, N. Mex., Ensign Elliott, James H., 4E, Denver, COIO-z '9n McNeIIa, John P., 58, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Barnes, GSOFQG J-1 551 Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Colgin, Andrew G., Jr., 5A, Mooringsport, La., Ensign H . . odson, Charles L., 4E, HGFIDQIOD, Kans., Ensign Burke, Ford F., 5A, Fairfax, Mo., Ensign Druschke Everett L 4D E CI 1 1 , ., , au aire, Wisc., Ensign Ewing, Harold T., 4C, Great Falls, Mont. . . , THIRD ROW: Ensign Hart, Andrew J., 5B, West Monroe La., Ensign Ashcraft, Robert C., 5A, Louisville, Ky., Ensign Spfengef, Rifiwfdf 4D East Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Weart, Bruce F., 4D, Brandon, Iowa, Ensign Nielsen J h ' o n W., 4D, Vermont, llls., Ensign Schulte, Robert, 5A, Cleveland l'leigl1IS, Ohio, Ensign Davies, John, 4C, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign Brinkmeyer, FYGHCIS M-, 45, Radcliffe, Iowa, Ensign Grandmont, Alfred G., 4E, Taunton, Mass., Ensign Putz, Leopold F., 4D, Rockville, Conn. Page I 93 I ,Y Y-, ,Y ,,,-..,,C.....ii-.-.- IUGIU ll, I943 I -! X Z I I FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Pace, Thomas D., 4D, Grand Rapids, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Cunningham, Robert G., 4E, Omaha, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Crump, Robert L., 5A Durham, N. C., 2nd Lt. Meeks, Howard, Jr., 4D, Fort Benton, Mont., 2nd Lt Culbertson, Richard P., 5A, Barberton, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Mclnnis, Robert J., 58 Flint, Mich., 2nd Lt. Barnes, John C., 4D, Hazleton, Pa., 2nd Lt. Roisum, Kenneth F. 58, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Farrell, William, 58, Gardena, Calif., 2nd Lt Aurelius, Paul J., 4E, St. Paul, Minn .... SECOND ROW, 2nd Lt. Slaton Clyde H., Jr., 4D, Drumright, Okla., 2nd Lt. Lagoni, Ralph, 4D, Davenport, Iowa 2nd Lt. Rutherford, William H., SA, Piedmont, Calif., 2nd Lt. Lynch, James W. AUGUS I , i943 4E, Bastrop, La., 2nd Lt. Fowler, Dayle E., 4C, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Smith Dwight B., 4B, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Bour, Harold F., 4D, Naperville, llls.- 2nd Lt. Bragg, Edgar A., 5A, Denver, Colo., 2nd Lt. Klingman, Robert R., 4E Binger, Okla., 2nd Lt. Armstrong, George E., 48, Minneapolis, Minn. . . THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Burrus, Robert H., 4E, Moscow, Idaho, 2nd Lt. Molan, John T., 58, Trenton, Mo., Ensign Hautop, Donald W., 5A, Chicago, llls., Ensign Crandall, Ray I., 58, Glendale, Calif., Ensign Deitchman, Richard P., 58, Kansas City, Kans., Ensign Beckman, James W., 4E, Davenport, Iowa, Ensign Bray, Forrest D., 4E, Chanute, Kans., Ensign Tienos, Peter G., 4C, Chicago, llls., Ensign Allison, William M., 4E, Coram, Mont., 2nd Lt. Morgan, John, 4E, Indianola, Iowa. I 1 1 fin IN fi L' :" ' fi 1 T 'C' - ii"', ' i'ir ' ' Wi- ie 'Sa - I , - A . 1 ,I If 'F'- ' Y 7? ' , ' . if , " f . 'X . - uf' 'lu l J ,ar 5 'tu I , Q - 5 : y iz ' h Z in L U I . i I 1 A I If v K ... - ge . . , W, , .- -, Li-.- . Li i.. e FIRST ROVV, Ensign Carroll, Billy, 5A, Chattanooga, Tenn., Ensign Roberts, Kenneth M., 4E, Greenfield, Iowa, Ensign Van Fleet, James "B", 58, Findlay, Ohio Ensign Sandvig, Hardy H., 58, Great Falls, Mont., Ensign Riley, Kenneth W. 55, Carder, Mo., Ensign Shook, Merrill C., 4C, Belleville, Mich.- Ensi n Lind uist, Conrad, 4E, Des Moines, Iowa, Ensign Keenan, Thomas F., 4D, Craiiford, Cqolo. Ensign Campbell, Harlen J., 5A, Clay Center, Kans., Ensign Mulkey, Harry HF". 4D, VVichita, Kans .... SECOND ROW, Ensign Sherlock, Donald H., 3D Pasadena, Calif., Ensign Brown, David P., SC, Son Francisco, Calif., Ensign Fry Byron W., 5A, Akron, Ohio, Ensign Buttner, William C., Jr., 5A, Winnetka, llls. 1 1 1 1 1 Ensign Sargent, John F., Jr., 5B, Dedham, Mass., Ensign Bourdon, Thomas E., SA, Muskegon Heights, Mich., Ensign Foote, Edward J., 48, Syracuse, N. Y-1 Ensign Culhane, William A., 4C, New York, N. Y., Ensign Folz, Charles E., SA, Palatine, llls., Ensign Jenske, Robert F., 3A, Milwaukee, Wisc. . . - THIRD ROW: Ensign Scruton, James H., 5A, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Shidler, Carl 'D., 5A, Fart Wayne, Ind., Ensign Crawford, Carl H., Jr., 48, Kirksville, Mo., Efl5'9" Hailand, Arthur G., 4E, Chicago, llls., Ensign Armstrong, William J., 5A,, Ffesnof Calif., Ensign Ecker, Herman P., 4D, Appleton, Wisc., Ensign Cole, Robert A-1 5A, Athens, Ala., Ensign Evans, Thomas W., 5A, Hannibal, Mo., Ensign Allen, George E., 5C, Oakland, Calif., Ensign Palmeter, Donald N., 4D, Long Beach, Calif' Page I94 I I. Smith, Ile, ills. 'R.,4E John l., frandall, f, Kors., , D., lf, Allison, 1. chow formation. 1 1 l I 'k1.1f',NbJ, X I M . sk, fi z .fi si: Li, QJ 5 lx ...U 1d-,- WY , .- - ,M ,., Evereff, Wash., Ensign Hollenbeck, Bernard G., 5B, Kansas Cify, Kans., 2nd L1 Thompson, Roger "R.", 5B, Hopkins, Minn., Ensign Hann, John P., 5B, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Huguenard, Robert J., SB, Forf Wayne, Ind ..,. THIRD ROW. Ensign Andrade, Bernard A., 4C, San Leandro, Calif., Ensign Ruffledge, DeLang'ron E., 5A, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Marshall, Richard A., 4D, Lexingfon, Mass., Ensign Brownfield, Bruce O., 4D, Cincinnati, Ohio, Ensign Gerlach, Delberf M., 5A, Rapid Cify, S. Dak., Ensign Nielsen, Paul E., QD, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Lunsford, Roberf D., 5B, Falls Church, Va., Ensign Klein, Theo H 5B - ' , Auburn, Wash., Ensign Gallagher, Frank "W"., 5B, Pasadena, Calif., Ensign Wilbur, Gustave A., 5B, Crainfon, Nebr. Page l95 ,I fl? illllllli'T 1, 1943 Instructor going over on the ground what transpired up in the air . . wfig lf' ,. A 1 , D L w L 1 , - Q Ak E f V' 1 , Q V7 I., . -Fifi .sf I "',. 1 ini' 'ii . - J' ' . sg, Q . 'Vf . f i f-,' 'Aff '-N J l ' 1 J., ... w if N X . N if '11 I 2 Z by ,Kl-.ke 4 A rr slug. ' " 7 "" i .M f Q.. eg i 1 l :Q ,ol ' f A' ixsgf J in 4 1 , ' A I T. 1 if , ,,,, I .1 reg. lil, f J L fl , J s . if-s si-. rn- ERST EOi.'v'1 Ensign Parsley, Clarence L., SA, Portland, Ore., Ensign Keiter, ills., Ensign Batten, George B., Jr., ISA, Narbeth, Pa., Ensign McGuire, .lfllliiesf George J., -JC, Wilmington, Omg, 2nd Li, Sovojei Richard L., AE, f.,1,i,meOpOli5, 5A, Long island, N. Y., Ensign Murdock, Aubrey E., 5A, Kirksville, Mo.,kEns1grLI I'-'Qnr Mmm. Ensign Thibodeoul Roiph A-I 55' FC,1hCU2.'I..,Amn': 2nd U. McGuire, Burton Richard F., SA, Marlboro, Mass., Ensign Martz, Carl E., 5l3, Yon'lgers,EdvLard, ,,L,, .B Pcmcnd Om, Emi n Coddin Le I- L ,B QQ M Vi, 'ch E . T Ensign Shuman, Charles D., 5A, Chambersburg, Pa .... EnSIgr1 MCI ff, . ' . l' W ' ,, ,, -', "C, 9, , 9' ,Sle b' N 'ufcfle' 'C' 'l nslgn Ur' SA, Philadelahia, Pa., Ensign Babcock, James H., 5A, Glendale, CUllf'i Enslgn pm' Dona A " JA' Sl' LG"""C' Mem" Enslgn Walsh' Wllllom B" 58' New Brlloln' Gary Paul R., 4E, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Melusky, Joseph J., 4E, Seattle, Wash.: Conn, Ensign Cummings, Roy W., Jr., 55, Anaheim, Calif., 2nd Lt. Maire, Gerald J., Ensign Long, Eugene L., 5A, Sterling, Colo., Ensign Hertel, David H., 5A, Jackson, -QD, Kansas City, NC. SECOND ROV'-'I Enilgn WYOY, Cl10fl9S D-, 5C, Mich., Ensign Greenbaum, Robert J., 4C, Chicago, Ills., 2nd Lt. Sellers, Thomls M" Topeka, Kans., Ensign Leo, Raymond D., Jr., SC, San Francisco Calif - Ensicn Damn Bertrand "W"., 4E, Maclasville, lions.: Ensign Rowe, Frederick JA., lll,,4A, Gak Parlci 5!-x, Dallas, Texas, 2nd Lt. Togerson, Richard S., 5A, South Oglen, Ul0l1i 2nd U' Matheson, Kenneth A., SA, Madison, Nebr. Page 196 IUGU T . 1943 if 1 ,,,7"rlz.LE, S Ji- , ,f,, y V 1 ' I 7 X .. , ..A f ' 'N ,H I !V,3!.,,,,,W . L MW ,,.,. !. I I . I Q I IQ ' f .Q X 4 X . 1'- N I , I I , 1 f ff i f W 1 4 f ' Z 4 , f W , : ,,, fi if M, fe' 'WX' M5 4 My Q I 297 . V027 ww Qi: , ,425 " 9 , FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Dotson, John L., 4D Seattle Wash 2nd Lt Sl , , ., . attery, Larry D., 4D, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Dolazinsky, Edward J., 4E, Chicago, llls., Ensign Ryan, John D., 3A, Springfield, llls., 2nd Lt. Charbonneau, Raymond "J"., 4D, Cohoes, N. Y., Ensign Decker, Henery P., Jr., 4C, Union, N. J., Ensign Collins, William B., 5A, Santa Ana, Calif., 2nd Lt. Kratville, Joseph M., Jr., 4B, Berwyn, llls., Ensign Hunt, John, 5A, Lynden, Wash., Ensign Wacker, William J., 5C, Seattle, Wash. . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Clary, Thomas L., Jr., 5A, Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Ensign Eason, William R., 5A, Manassas, Ga., Ensign Walker, Ralph L., 5B, Mona, Utah, Ensign Curtright, Jess L, 5B T - ' , , acoma, Wash., Ensign Bauknecht, IAUGUS l943 I 9 t Harry C 5B Ridgewood N J E ' ., Q , , . ., nsign Lawrie, Arthur F., 4D, Monticello, Ind Ensign Thompson, Robert W., SA, Urbana, llls., Ensign Brown, Avery, 4C, Plummer Idaho, Ensign Ofer, Hubert L., 5A, Mt. Vernon, Ind., Ensign Sunshine, Robert 4D, Denver, Colo .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Schrader, Dean C., 4D Bloomfield, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Donahue, Robert T., 4E, Butte, Mont., Ensign Marco John R., Jr., 4E, Oakland, Calif., Ensign Heisig, Henry P., 5A, Milwaukee, Wlsc Ensign Savage, Theodore W., 5B, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Murie, Robert A., 5B Langdon, N. Dak., Ensign Knox, Kenneth "B"., 5B, Brazeau, Mo., Ensign Martin Robert H., 5B, Chicago, llls., Ensign Evans, Howard T., 4B, Haddonfield, N. J En-sign Doyle, Francis C., 4C, Philadelphia, Pa. lx. 5 g I s I I I . , . QM, FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Cameron, Thomas B., Jr., 53, Gdell. Ofesi Ensign Newbllm' ol b ' ' Ium Us L., Jr., 5A, Jacksonville, TSXCIS: En5'9n I-Ynnf Edward W" 5Af PMG- e h' ' P IO, Pa., Ensign Eccles, William G., 4D, South Gclef Colm? 2nd U' Gilberson' John P., 5.4, Denver, cole., Ensign Reeder, Donald G., 40, Columbus, onie, n. Slgn Arnot, George E., 4D, Detroit, Mich., EHSIQY1 Roberson' David T" 'SB' Burneyville, Oklcw Ensign Glasgow, Donald E., 5C, Greenway, Ark., Ensign Corky, Snneth "J"., 5A, St. Paul, Minn .... I SECOND ROW, Ensign Bayleyf Jani-:Es " SB' P091 N. Dak., Ensign Cooley, Mclhlon D., 5B, El Paso, Texas, Ensign Anne? ohn F., 5,41 El paso, Texas, Ensign Eymann, James L., 43, Reed ey, ai., nsign W' Imer, Donald C., 5C, Medford, Oref Ensign 5Uf1dSm0, Albert, Jr., . - . my - - 5C, Bonners Ferry, Idaho, Ensign Roche, Micharl "J"., 5B, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Wahl, Robert T., 4E, Murphysboro, llls., Ensign Cox, Floyd L., 5B, Huntington, Ind., Ensign Chambers, Richard O., 5C, Washington, D. C. . . . THIRD ROW: Ensign Dubon, Stuart J., 5B, Rosedale, N. Y., Ensign Alvord, Robert E., 5B, Muskegon Heights, Mich., 2nd Lt. Miller, James A., 3C, Burlington, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Henneman, Paul, 4E, River Falls, Wisc., Ensign Teller, William M., 4D, Bellingham, Wash., 2nd Lt. Hall, Lee F., 5A, Nashua, Iowa, Ensign Selberg, Irving A., 4E, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Woodroot, William B., 5B, Brea, Calif., E . O . . . nsign gden, Oliver H., 4E, Philadelphia, Pa., 2nd Lt, Johnson, John P., 5A. Jacksonville, llls. Page I97 17:51 I I . I IVGVU I , 1943 I . .Pl 'sflivs 9 . M 9, ti l I I I I. I I ll n gli' I ul 1 -1 ' ' ,v rl ffl- T -N. -D N I . vi Q ynlff, fe, 1' . ,, YH ' ' l Z 4- .51 " , , I .,. I I l JF' ' "' ' I , q . I .ti FIRST POW- Ensign Hirt Edwin R 5A Glendale Calif Ensi n Oleson - - 1 -1 1 1 -2 Q 1 Kirkwood S., Jr., SA, Cedar Falls, Iowa, Ensign Long, William A., 5B, Arlington, Va., 2nd Lt. McKitrick, Rodney D., 4E, Lexington, Ky., Ensign Scott, James W., fill Vilrisltougal, Wash., Ensign Phillips, Edward A., SB, Blaclcsville, W. Va., Ensign Price, Anclrew T., 4D, Winnetka, Ills., 2nd Lt. Baldwin, Mial E., 4D, t-Anlont,-, N. Y., Ensign Kokenakes, Peter, -'1C, Ann Arbor, Mich, Mich., Ensign Pcnniman, John K., 4E, Santa Cruz, Calif. SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Huff, Walter A., IID, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Ruff, James C. ,5C, San Leandro, Calif., 2nd Lt. Vaughn, Earl E., SC, Poteau, Olcla., 2nd Lt. Oxsen, Lowell S., 5A, San Diego, Calif., Ensign Peoples, Howard H., 5B, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign .lIIIIlt'T , l94ZI Xu l A V t.. A l l f 'J X J ,f 3 i Nelson, Robert K., 5C, Bellingham, Wash., Ensign Dickmann, John L., 5B, Oshkosh Wisc., Ensign Smith, Byron A., 5A, Oakland, Calif., 2nd Lt. Wager, Donald K 4D, Detroit, Mich., 2nd Lt. Smith, Leonard, 4D, Huntington Park, Calif. . . THIRD ROW: Ensign Chmelka, Gerald C., 5A, Sioux City, Iowa, Ensign Gould Robert B., 5A, Kansas City, Mo., 2nd Lt. Vogelaar, Carroll R., 5B, Wilmington Calif., Ensign Scherer, Ivan E., 3B, Marion Ills., Ensign McCormick, Forrest E., 4E Medicine Lodge, Kans., 2nd Lt. Cooperiden, Bill K., 5B, Tucson, Ariz., 2nd Lt Spickard, Roland E., 5B, Springfield, Mo., 2nd Lt. Stover, Gordon A., 5A Alhambra, Calif., 2nd Lt. Rupe, Donald E., 5A, Kansas City, Kans., 2nd Lt. Gcnssle David, 5A, Altadena, Calif. Q . .A . F . , 7, ., ,, . D ,f X . 1 - Q 'V' ' Q? I I .. V, I A I. i El .R FIRST RO'-'I-'Q 2nd Lt. Ccrgilc GUS J' 'D f-cr'u CI ' ' T I 1 u, 44 , ,, 'Q 2 'lf,Cf - wg, f Bonvillian, John G.. 5,-1, Sltffl'-'ZCCVTV LCM Ensign Morris, Jlcmes W. elinsgrl l Ensign Christiansen, Arvid C., 55, Pfizl-gpg!!! ,',fO,,': 2nd U' 'cloik 'Rogegt , -SD, He'ena, Mant.. 2nd Lt. Vloodbury, Don K., SA, Narfallz, Nehru Ensign Spive .1 James T., -IE, l.'v'.nd5Qr, N, Q., 2nd Lg. yvgnnebmgerl George L." Jr- 58 Phill :lelphta Pa.: 2nd Lt. Brown, Clyde K., 5,.LV ',',f,1,T,,i,,eY mi, 2nd ii furcone l Edward NV., SA, Iran Rt-.ap .'.'..gsn, SEQQNQ 2nd 'LL Cox Harold D' SA, Loli. l."s'isc,, Ensign Maguire, James, 5.-R, Jan-,OQCUI tsl- 'gd Ensign Wlgiie Lyle A" JE, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Knoeclcel, Richard C., Jr., 58, Grggt tqecpl 5-.i -,fu 2nd Lt. Herndon, John L., SA, Egggfiyl :,.t355,, Qnd Lt, Downing, Vlilliaml H., ,SAF Front Royal, Va., 2nd Lt. Kitchen, John R., 5A, Boston, Mass., 2nd Lt. Gaudreau, Afflwf C1 5f+. Hovefhill, Moss., 2nd Lf. Crannell, Robert s., 5A, Glens Falls, N. Y., 2nd lf- lake, Thomus R., SB, conogo Pork, Calif .... THIRD Row. 2nd Lf. Smith, George L., 4D, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Brown, Robert J.1 3Af HOSHHQS-on-Hudson, N. Y., Ensign stucky, John D., 4c, Pine Island, Minn.: 2nd Lt. Vrana, Theodore W., 58, David City, Nebr., Ensign Harrsen, Frederick P-1 55 Mofifdoif. N- -l-1 Ensign Roe, William H., QD, Ventura, Calif., 2nd Lt. Darrow, Charles W., 5A, Shreveport, La., 2nd Lt. Dougherty, Paul W., Jr., 5C, Philadelphia' P04 2nd U- MUVPLIY1 Jofeph T-1 4C, Taunton, Mass., 2nd Lt. Flock, Charles F-1 48, Vufilliamsport 29, Pa, p-.M 193 ',1 ff'.'.'.us.m ' 1 - 1 1. o-T'1-zv-'--'- Ow- I .I I -R --.i i X--. Oshlfll' fr, Donald ll, . -.i -,in -.i.i. . ,, Ensign Gould, Wilmington, crrest E., li, 'iZ.q Qncl ll. ion A., SA, lt. Ganssle, ivi A Wave mechanic brightens up an SNB. The Women's Nav has rendered great :service in all departments at this C al Reserve enter. Tx K ,N .jf ff' 4"?".f1f of W of :J-aifff 'fl gf ' Q- i . , Q ""' 7.0 , V Q 1 . W, 'Ny " .eff 5 6, f YW., O X. W. -A J .2 ,l il l l 5 A HRST ROW: 2nd Lf. Lawson, Victor, Jr., 5B, Cadillac, Mich., 2nd Lt. TwifCl'16 Glenn H., 45, Cleveland, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Riblet, John R., 45, Ellfhflflf In 2nd Lf. W - d., 35 .- ' lf Q iinljvw M. ,,,,..A. . J L. ,,., ,f ll, Borland, William R., 4D, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Hanbey, Bill R., 5A, Seattle . Wash- 2nd Lt Parant Geor e A 5A S ., . , g ., , eattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Klimek, Walter J. . ' hio . . . THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt Kin sle Daniel R. 4E lf., 2 d Lt, N lson, Richard G., 53, l.Gl46WOOCl, O I' I - 9 Y, 1 , 45, ROCgfOegze'liIFCh3rljsLW., 5A, Ling lieZ1ch,4CEC1H'O ego Kami 2nd Lt. Sadler, Covington, Ky., 2nd Lt. Canill, Daniel H., 4E, Seattle, Wash,, 2nd Lt. Murphy, Sterling L QD M, n, L' Egan' T- erp. l' J' espw l 4C Grants Pass, Ore. JOl'ln O., 45, Kalispell, Mont., 2nd Lt. Hoops, Dwain A,, 4D, Grand Island, Nebm A S.EC0NDViEoria, ind Kt. ierceiewlntl Cgorden City, Kam., 2nd Lt. Adams, Keith J., 5B, Moscow, Idaho, 2nd Lt. Cook, Robert A., 5B, 2nd Ll. Nylq,-,d LYEWM 215 geofjglpifzlash- 2nd,, Lt. iBergeson, Donald W Cheyenne Wyo- 2nd Lt Crutcher Willia M 5A, Fe I 1' I I W ,, , ., . , m ., 5B, Glenwood Springs, Cola., - d L. K f , B k MOH, lovva, Qnd Lf, Scruggs, Charles S., 4E, Mound City, llls., 2nd Lt. 2n t au ma n roo s D., 5A, Altoona, Pa. Page 199 1 a 5 X ,f' , . 1, 1 rss J 4 . A., s Aff? .f 'vt-'scsi i I A :AX 0.9 v M i ,f,.-' fy- .. ,QNASCS , f , "f 'ff' xf-" 'sf gl up-, Vg . , pxsknf I ' . . ,. if Ni s X pyxixshv Q 1 -,Q " QW- S V L . L N40 i l I wifi, 'if' ., sf 1, .. . - A' is V .4 fi i J.: ,.- 1 '.gK . Y v 7 A ' . V , 'oi 1' sr' I . . ,Y 'WE 'S iIII il' Avi JI' AIllllli'T 4 , 1943 dis? -, "' I i FIRST FC'-"-, Ensign Aclcley, Everett F., 55 Er:nc:"r.:, '.'.'c:1h., 2nd Lf. Knecht, Robert G., 55 iff: ':'ffzg'Cl.:. "Hi, Ensign Scvcrls, Donnell E., -SC, Turtle Lake, N. Dai., Ensign Hutmacher, Harold VJ., j.L, Sgigr.f-Q, Qi-gg: Ensign Briggs, Richard VV., -ID. E3'f'c" Ensign Hardman, Arnold R., -LD, Qilfmpgol ihfcihli Enflgn T0Yl0"f -l050Pl1 L, -33 '-f""L'.:'i 1, '.' Ensign Harms, Clarence F., 58, Julesircrg: C-ze. Ensign Baden, Esfon J., iii, Ergrgy,-.,f.L, ,',4d', Ensign SUlllVUf1. PC-Ilflflf E-, 55 1'-l"W"'-1-'I?i:': '.', Ensign Crandstaff, Vlilliam G., 55, Cclurnlrus. CPSC: Ensign Connar, Thomas, SE, lraarazlei 3, irrj, Ensign Sicffordl Sam D., Jr., 5.-2, Ci:f'CQ7','-ZHQ, Liss., Ensign Newton, Joseph R., Jr., 55, Braadug, Pag is L . X C. 3, , . X, ...Q . avi" . A i - X . f Flf ,,.i-ji -,I N f va cz NGN. ' ' i 1 i 9494" . I-". ,ii-" .. The Commandant, Rear Admiral Mason, poinfs To The spof where his fighting Carrier, The Hornet, The famous Tokio raider, vvenf down, as 2 wg .1 ' Barnhillf Mont., Ensign Reynolds, James M., 5B, Pomona, Calif., 2nd lf- Claude O., Jr., 5C, Oakland, Calif., Ensign Beam, Benjamin H., 5B, Parkdal Ensign West, Wilbur F., 4D, Santa Monica, Calif., Ensign Swatek, Philip M., 5A, Chicago, llls. . f 1 ROW, 2nd Lt. Lancaster, James W., 58, Covington, Ky., 2nd Lt. Sark, N0l'man E" 5A, Dewey, Okla., Ensign Jordahl, Erling L., 4E, Le, llls., Ensign TFYOU1 Joe O" 5A, Wichita, Kans., Ensign deVried, Louis S., 4D, McAllen, Texas, Ensign Sommer' Anthony F., Jr., 5!-I, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Hancock, Douglas O., 5B, Ogdenr Utah' Ensign Hrodey, George J., 5B, Chicago, llls., Ensign Cruse, J. E., 5B, Lindsay, Okla., Ensign Wigg, Philip R., 4C, Kansas City, Mo. Q, OIG., K., 40 THIRD Taft, Calif., Ensign Stevens, Clarence e QCD i Mic -YV there his down, J' 4 ,QI ,-an tw- "' 5 3 c Ti , 1 '. 4 la Q I' i . 5 , 'A S , , ,I 9 'iii l ' Ill I i ' il ' I Y l . 5 EV a l 0 2 s 1 I 3 .JJ . FIRST ROW, Ensign Troth, William D., 4C, Centralia, lddo L., 4C, Jackson, Miss., Ensign Smith, George N., Ensign Perry, Richard G., 48, New Canaan, Conn., 2nd Wash., Ensign Davis Lt. Egan, Charles E. 4E, Omaha, Nebr., Ensign Plasman, Howard K., 5C, Miami James M., 5B,,Garnetl, S. C., Ensign Sweet, Frederick E., Jr., 4E, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. S tk J h ' u us, o n F., 5A, Toledo, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Schwenker, Allen L., 5A, Kirkwood, Mo. SECOND ROW: Ensign Brown, Robert C., 58, Western Springs, llls., Ensign Gordon, Jacques, 5A, New Orleans, La., Ensign Miller, Duane C., 58, Pasadena, Calif., Ensign Stone, Doyle L., 58, Dennison, Ohio, , ivan T , 1943 1 58, Cincinnati, Ohio- 1 1 , Fla., Ensign Wiggins, if .JY 1.4 L Ensign Kidd, Richard, Jr., 58, M , . 58, Lima, Ohio, Ensign Gibbs, James W., 58, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensi n We l uscatine, Iowa, Ensign Roethlisberger Kenneth C g sse Dean P., 58, Moline, llls., Ensign Otto, Carl, 4D, St. Paul, Minn., 2nd Lt. Fritz Waldron D., 4E, Silver Lake, Kans. THIRD ROW, Ensign Delop, Robert A. 58, Fullerton, Calif., 2nd Lt. Bennett, Barney W., 58, St. Louis, Mo., 2nd Lt. Huber Donald L., 4E, St. Paul, Minn., Ensign Schmitt, Josph A., 4D, Queens Village L. l., N. Y., 2nd Lt. Bennewitz, William R., 58, St. Cloud, Minn., 2nd Lt. Boyd Gilbert D., 58, Wallingford, Conn., 2nd Lt. Matthews, Richard L., 5A, Spring field, Mo., Ensign Hill, Norman C., 4A, San Diego, Calil., Ensign Roumanos, George 48, Detroit, Mich., 2nd Lt. Miller, Richard S., 5A, Salt Lake City, Utah. i t Illlf 'Eff IC, ZIP E., in 'lf if it -s 3 i . hx FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Towns, Armor L., 4C, Monroe, La., Ensign Walker, Earl P., 5A, Orlando, Fla., Ensign Wallace, John A., 58, Kendrick, Idaho, 2nd Lt. Osmus, 1 Howard G., 4E, New Lenox, llls., Ensign Wilson, Lloyd, 5C, Texarkana, Ark. Ensign Silzer, Frank, 4E, Chicago, llls., Ensign McNulty, Eugene J., 4C, Chicago llls., Ensign Jones, Edward L., 5A, Pasadena, Calif., Ensign Woodworth, Carroll L, 45, Pasadena, Calif., Ensign Wiseman, David E., 4C, Beckley, VV. Va. . W: Ensign Marshall, Seymour, 58, Chicago lllsv- 2nd Lt Hopkins, 1 1 SECOND RO William F., Jr., 4D, Elmwood, Conn., 2nd Lt. Menard, Janies 4E, Denver, Colo., 2nd Lt. Keller, Joseph, 5A, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Gillett, William L., 58, Brooklyn, it . Q if 'iss ggfl ,A -E Q. - 1 Ll 4 - h., Ensign Robinson, Derrick P. M., 5A, Trenton, N. J., Ensign Hunt, Clyde G. 5A, Douglas, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Holt, Edgar P., 58, Madison, iNisc.- 2nd Lt. Larenl John, 5C, Arvada, Cola., 2nd Lt. Hasler, William C., 5C, San Rafael, Calif. . . . THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Cole, Thomas E., 4E, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Washburn, Lehman A., 4C, Oneco, Fla., Ensign Schafer, Alfred G., 4E, 8erea, Ohio, Ensign Thwaite, Harold D., 58, Kent, Ohio, Ensign Tierney, John F., Jr., 5A, Scotts Bluff, Nebr., Ensign Jackson, Samuel C., 5C, Janesville, La., Ensign Woolridge, Robert M., 4E, Hopkinsville, Ky., 2nd Lt. Myer, Robert S., 48, Norwalk, Calif., 2nd Lt. Stover, Jay P., 4E, Baldwin City, Kans,, Ensign Klinger, Alton M., 38, Kalamazoo, Mich. Page QOI 1 1 I 4 Q AUGKU 2 , 1943 . v Il FIRST FOV-!, 2nd Lt. Fabian, John R., 4E, East Lansing, Mich., 2nd Lt. Spierring, George H., 5B, t-Ailwriukue, Wisc., 2nd Lt. Hennessy, Patrick J., SA, Harvey, llls., 2nd Lt. DcMers, Raymond E., 5D. Genesee, idaho, 2nd Lt. Botson, James D., bf, ltr..-. I-ref, Ilia., Ensign Koch, Paul F., ISA, Clarlasfon, Ga., Ensign Alford, Ralph M., LA, Crouch, Mo., Ensign Nowell, Leonard H., SB, Independence, Mo., 2nd Lt, Graafc, Jomcs E., 4D, Davenport, Iowa, Ensign Gauen, George M., I. 551, Dallas, Tr,-fat. SECOND ROW, Ensign Beatty, Kenneth R., SB, North Gimrrt, Pri., 2nd Lt. Crawford, Marion J., QB, San Diego, Calif., 2nd Lt. Fritz, Horace H. Ill, 5A, Vwfynnewood, Po., 2nd Lt. Barr, Elree G., 5A, Bountiful, Utah, AUGU T ' , 1943 4 4 2nd Lt. Reeves, Victor E., 4E, Arkansas City, Kons., Ensign Pearson, Kenneth D., 4E, Renton, Wash., 2nd Lt. Seppi, Robert J., 5B, Whittier, Calif., Ensign Butt, Noah B., Jr., 55, Cocoa, Fla., Ensign Edwards, Marion G., 5B, Kokomo, Ind., Ensign Lyon, Frank G., SB, Beverly Hills, Calif .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Hamilton, Richard D., 4E, Monmouth, llls., Ensign Grant, Floyd H., Jr., 4E, Evans- ville, Ind., 2nd Lt. Biberstine, Joe, 5A, Bluffton, Ind., 2nd Lt. Dozier, Roy O., SA, Norfolk, Va., 2nd Lt. Adams, William C., Jr., 5A, Arlington, Mass., Ensign Mantell, Charles, 5A, Whitinsville, Mass., Ensign Wells, Arthur K., Jr., SA, Wellesley, Mass., 2nd Lt. Tomes, Lewis A., 5A, Utica, Nebr., Ensign Cartledgo, Karl H., 3D, Atlanta, Ga., 2nd lt. Bostick, James W., 5A, Beaumont, Texas, ' I fi OR S xy. . 'I f f f . l i J - I I . 1 I TEST FSE' Ensign pokemon' G"f9O'Y A-1 CV "" i ':'f1. Cixi Ensi9n Cook. H0f0lCl T.. fl- C Ensign Brannon, Vvlilliom T., jig, ,Lf .,.3g5,,., ,LIUM 2nd Ll' Lenten. Rohm' R-' if U' C." 2nd Lt, Norman, Vincent E., .LD I-2:11 ..t'1 5 'fzigj 2,1 2nd Lt. Moyer, Theodore, -ii Cr 11.2, I Q., 2nd Lt. Nownsel. Rudolph E., -ii C" 1231 ' Ensign Norcroxsc, John J,,T,j.:. Lhcmyv UZ' cECCND ECU-. Ensign Cook, 'William S., SB, L-5 .1-39.1.4 Q.: :H 2nd LL Kiersey, David, 32, 5..--1 -L-': Ci ' Ensign Bicknell, John R., .if L 'j--3' 3 sy Ensign Holding, Howard A., SB, Salt Lake City. Utah, 2nd Lt. Rigdon, James Nl-I 4E, Kansas City, Mo., 2nd Lt. Yeargin, Richard L., 5A, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Pl'tilllP5f Rogcr A., 5B, Ottawa, Kans., 2nd Lt. Wordehoff, Raymond B., 4E, Portland, Off:- THIFID ROVIJ, Ensign LeMarre, Armand J., 5D, Alpena, Mich., Ensign KONG, Donald G., 5C, Lynloroolc, L. I., N. Y., 2nd Lt. Cook, James E., 5A, Havana, Ark.: 2nd Lt. Buchman, John M., 5A, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Beatty, William H., 49-. I-law Yorlr, tsl. Y., Ensign Truesdale, Ross R., 4C, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Fielslddr Edward S., AB, Yonlerz, tsl. Y., 2nd Lt. Wilmot, Philip S., 5B, Los Angeles, Calif- .- 222 X . -N 54 3 Q Z -D .I 1 ir -f I lm5 V. 4 Cadets learn their primary gunnery on the ground, with the ciicl of i-llllll T , 1943 FlRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Lathrop, Robert F., 5D, Kansos City, Mo., 2nd Lt. Thomas, John John L., SC, Stonington, Conn., 2nd Lt. Harness, 2nd Lt. Westfield, John R., SC, Muskegon, MiChx W., 4D, Twin Folls, idaho, Ensign Harris, Vincent H., SC New York, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Jorgensen, Arthur H., 5A, Brooklyn, N. Y., Ensign Horton Kenneth B., 5B, Thomasville, Go. . . , SECOND ROW, Ensign Burge, Robert W. 1 1 Poge 2 ,sf Nu SA, LoGronge, ills., 2nd Lt, Gillis, Alexander J., SA, Baltimore, I-Ad., Ensign B . . . arefoot, Marvin B., SSC, Okmulg-ee, Oklo., Ensign Gloss, David E., SB, Greenwich, Conn., Ensign McEnclree, Calvin W., 58, Benton, Ills., Ensign Ploughman, Raymond T., 4D, Muskegon, Mich., 2nd Lt. Brown, James B., AE, Seoftle, Vilosh. O3 it 'F 1' itil :ii ,. il I Y . ii i . ii i i,-2 r 3 i i.i i i I l iii I i -J W. i l i f,,"' .lllil UT "s, Illtl-El 1' Time out from study for a few thoughts oi the girl hack home. -1 .y K i afs,. 3 "uw ' 5' 2 f - 4 . ex l i. V , l o ', Y' c ' , 5' I T .5 . . A, . . mf 7 , . , s 5 55 i i 5 ff . 7 f 3' i .i ... 2. .,..,..,,.,4, ,, ,, , ,Q I I mmf: my .'. Engign V-"Clint Lgfgy. L' f r ,g i ., Enlggn Tcmplmom I Richard F, .15 F - V' - Emn., Qcggcwcy. VLC, Ld ri -1 IMI., ,, -i 4 - 4 4 A Q - Y n 4 . , l Efiilgn RO,-Qi, RICMOFC M -. . . - tnxign Grigmilhcnv LQ-,fy CI' ,jg g '.'.j"r.j" ,.:. Ensign Gcfhigrl Cqrglri , I 4 Ensgcn Grcomon , YA Q ., . f Homer VV., Ze L 1' 1" f Ens'Qn .'-'.C'y'. Eugene ., .: ,' .'. Ensign SiOl7', V-'illicm A., .i '.' '1 . Ti - X Enxfgn Pc-.elczyig , r- l.'xi1-Q. SEQCN: E, Enxign Pinot, Gggrqc 5,1 if .h l 'Znd LI. Coyne, Huber! H., -if rzf -.-.gif '.'1 4- Ensign Cwmcf gage i,ir -LO, HQ-.-.orf'c, Roos. 2nd Lf. Stonclcke, Joseph O. L " M.. -.r....,,,... , if -0 . tv" A 2 T l " ,l W il l .o.,., - .-...e,i.' L Ensign Link, Lloyd H., 4E, Buffalo, I-Ainn. CHU., Ensign Middleton, William F., SSC, Many, La., Ensign Hill, Thomas J., -lf-, SC, Arlariia, Ga., Ensign Reese, Francis L., 4D, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Klepingeff Dole E., SX-, Varian: City, Mo. THIRD ROVV: Ensign Edwards, Leonard P., if. 'laid'-r,-.g, lrd., 2nd Lt. Livermore, Aubrey C., 4E, Long Beach, Calif.,Ensign Hicks, Lockhart T., ZD, Teriaffarida, tsl, Y., Ensign Jackson, Horace l.., Jr., 5C, Ev' fgfu, Zire, Ensign Prichard, Thomas B., 5-C, Chapel Hill, N. C., Ensign Breiner, Robert J., SA, 51. Lzuz, llc., Ensign Petterborg, Emil M., 58, Preston, ldahoy Ensign Bowden, Kenneth VJ., S!-, Hannibal, I-Ao., Ensign Ferguson, Duncan M., -15, 2: fjule, Max., Ensign Cays, Marvin W., 48, Chimacum, Wash. ,. no af' 'U-1 , Ensign Kiker, Lawrence D., 58, Okmulgee, t JSM illliill 25, 1943 FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Weld Daniel J., Jr., 5C, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Drummond, James M., 5C, Mt. Vrnon Texas, Ensign Hadsell, Ernest D., 2D, Manhattan, Kans., Ensign Czekala, Stanley F. 5C, Gary, Ind., Ensign Ebbs, Edward L., 4C, Carbondale, Ills., Ensign Burnett William H., 4E, Colorado Springs, Colo., Ensign Lee, Edward B., 5A, Edmond, Okla., Ensign Wilson, James E., 5C, Rockaway, N. J., Ensign King, Fred H. 4D, Fort Wayne, Ind .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Schiesche, Joseph W., 5C, Spokane, Wash., Ensign Jones, Robert J., 5B, Dover, Ohio, Ensign Schroll H d . . . owar F., 5B, Jersey City, N. J., 2nd Lt. Davls, Daniel, 5C, Peyton, Colol in 25, 1943 y, Floyd P., 5C, Happanee, Ind., Ensign Ryan, Ensign Bruce, John C., 4D, Detr ., , Rapids, Mich., Ensign Hendershot, Thane G., 5A, Grand Rapids, Mich., 2nd Lt. Swenson, William R., 4E, Ogden, Utah- Ensign Hand Richard M 5B M b 'd oit, Mich., Ensign Brown, Foster K 4D Grand , , S ., , o ri ge, S. Dak., 2nd Lt. Keller, Karl T., 5A, Nevada, Mo .... THIRD ROW, Ensign Klahr, .James R.,'4D, Padma, Idaho, Ensign Kenney, Orson A., Jr., 4E, Yonkers, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Israel, Richard W., 5B, Washington, D. C., 2nd Lt. Jenevein, Earl J., 5B, New Orleans, La., Ensign Aitken, Ian, 5C, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Goold, John W., 5C, San Luis Obispo, Calif., Ensign Nichols, Fred J., 5B, Covina, Calif., Ensign Clanton, Neil A., 5B, Savannah, Ga., Ensign Pickrel, Evan W., 5B, York, Nebr., Ensign Fetsch, Edward J., 5C, Marienthal, Kans. ' gr 7, .fn I ill. li f I J Mwf'Zi'2f6f, , , , ,,,,,, Z , , I f , 1, .X ss- ! ff f "N 6 RQ.. SR .M s ...- .s 1..- - 1' , f 2 ' I 1 , - I , , i ,V , , , f ,f , T , I 5 ,, .V ,,,,, , 9 f ' f ' h fd f 05? s an M , ffff, , A, yggg M I si ,, . in , .M FIRST ROW, Ensign Mills, Joel R., 5D, Charlotte, N. C., Ensign Zuel, Charles C., 5B, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Menz, Gilbert, 5D, Warren, Ohio, Ensign Sharp, Louis J., 5D, Little Rock, Ark., Ensign Moline, Bernard V., 5C, Garden City, L. I., N. Y., Ensign Goddard, Hollis Bryon, 5D, Pasadena, Calif., Ensign Evans George E., 5B, Vermillion, Kans., Ensign Riccio, Leonard M., 5A, Hartford. Conn., Ensign Sullivan, Paul H., 4B, Pittsburgh, Pa., Ensign Shaffer, Milo J., 5C, Dows, lowa . , , SECOND ROW, Ensign Walker, Leonard E 5C, Salisbury, Mo. Ensign Luse, Paul A., 5B, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Coe, Rayihond L., 5B, Roanoke, lfid., Ensi O ' ' gn verton, John H., 5C, Nashville, Tenn., Ensign Voegely, Garland R., 1 I 4E, Glenwood Springs, Colo., Ensign Mosko, Marvin T., SB, Denver, Colo., Ensign Ambule, Kenneth R., 4D, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Cole, Kenneth E., 5A, Peck Mich., 2nd Lt. Haskins, Chris G., 5l3, Heavener, Okla., 2nd Lt. Sliger, Kenneth W., 4E, Omaha, Nebr .... THIRD ROW, Ensign Schmidt, Raymond H., 5B, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Mullen, Robert L., 5C, Centralia, Wash., Ensign Gilfillan, Gordon A., 4E, Canby, Ore., Ensign Johnston, Lewis L., 5C, Santa Ana, Calif., Ensign Evans, David R., 5C, Hudson, Ohio, Ensign Fox, Robert L., 5A, San Antonio, Texas, 2nd Lt. Holland, Lauren C., 5A, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Fielder, Richard B., 5A, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Dunn, William F., Jr., SB, Baltimore, Md., Ensign Buchanan, Bobby L., 5C, Guymon, Okla. Page 205 I TUG I" T, 1943 FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Duffey, Robert J., 5C, Monroe, Mich., 2nd Lt. Klein Robert G., 5C, South Bend, lnd., 2nd Lt. Rupert, Thodore A., 4C, Malin, Ore. 2nd Lt. Ballew, William J., Jr., 5B, Nebo, N. C., 2nd Lt. Stickney, Bruce B. 58, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Bannister, Russell O., 5A, DeKalb, Ills., 2nd Lt. Buerger: Carlton F., 4E, Fond du Lac, Mich., 2nd Lt. Henry, Parker A., 5B, Wauwatosa Wisc., 2nd Lt. Gerard, Donald E., 5C, Salina, Kans., 2nd Lt. Petrino, Armando R. 58, Watertown, Mass .... SECOND ROW, Ensign Brown, Robert N., 5C Chico, Calif., 2nd Lt. Caldwell, Wallace B., 58, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Kerr James A., 48, Portland, Wash., Ensign Williss, John T., 5C, Baltimore, Md. 2nd Lt. Amundson, Glen L., 4D, Evansville, Minn., Ensign McDonald, John K. ,I IIIIIIST 25, 1943 1 I 5B, Los Angefes, Calif., Ensign Wasner, Charles A., 4D, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Warden, Cyrus R., 4C, Girard, Ohio, Ensign Drury, Paul E., 58, Haverford, Pa., Ensign McConnell, Hubert, Jr., 5C, Buena Park, Calif .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Gomo, Elmore A., Jr., 5C, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Young, Charles E., 5C, New Albany, lnd., Ensign Burkhart, Calvin, SC, Greeley, Colo., Ensign Burnett, R. L. Deral, 5B, Baxter Springs, Kans., Ensign Domonkos, Alexander H., 4D, Stratford, Conn., 2nd Lt. Ryan, Noland H., 5B, Washington, D. C., 2nd Lt. Thomason, Rawle B., 5B, Huntsville, Texas, 2nd Lt. Sindore, Harry R., Jr., 5D, Midland, Texas, 2nd Lt. Moncrief, Malcolm G., 5B, Prattvill, Ala., Ensign Norton, Frederick F. Ill, 5B, Birmingham, Ala. , I i 1 Vi 2 'V' ' 62 A ff 5 A . , , T W s 0 t I 0 Q..-' A 4 I 3 N , If L L1 9 ,-"Y . , U -af' 2? 0 Sf -' I A Nh ' E J Tff . l O '7 , Q 4 J " LA l ' 4 t ' f , , . . 6 , , ,- . - 4 l 5 , I e I , J 1 ' J i Z I t I 1 L FIRST ROVV, Ensign Holderman, James E., QA, Evanston, Ills., Ensign Nwell, Albert W., SA, Redlands, Calif., Ensign Tompkins, Raymond R., 4E, Hannibal, Mo., Ensign Smith, James D., 58, Denver, Colo., Ensign Flankey, Wallace E., 5B Kelso, Wash., Ensign Hammon, Harry S., 58, South Pasadena, Calif., 2nd Lt McComas, William H., 5A, Helena, Mont., Ensign Raynor, H. Clair, Jr., 5C Ardmore, Pa. , . SECOND ROVV, Ensign Graniero, J. Richard, 5C, Pittsfield Mass., 2nd Lt. Karroker, Connard F., 5C, Dongola, Ills., Ensign Brooks, Charles E. LID, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Stock, Fred J. T., 5C, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign E e f I f 1 1 9 1 l 3, . Wilber E., 5B, Falls City, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Shirley, Walter M., Jr., 5B, Swarth- more, Pa., 2nd Lt. Mclntyre, Robert C., 5D, Hobart, Ind., Ensign Hawkins, James l-I 58, Bristol, Va .,.. THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Roe, Clyde B., 5A, Sioux City, Iowa: Ensign Marshall, Wendell P., 5A, Pocatello, Idaho, 2nd Lt. Mullinix, Troy, 5D, Wichita Falls, Texas, 2nd Lt. Tuttle, Herbert L., 5D, Glendale, Calif., Ensign Whitney, John A., 5A, Willamette, Ore., 2nd Lt. Winn, Dan P., 5C, Douglas- ville, Ga., 2nd Lt. Kriss, William C., 5C, Omaha, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Tebow, William J., 5C, McBean, Ga. Page 206 .,.' Tvivj :ries E inner, . I.. it-J fn: ll ', 0 Ncrfcn, . .zlgfl 1 , ,- 1 , .e l . J ,f1 'is 1" . 'V f L ll ff! C X, r ,ffl Q Ni Tbi- A broken leg doesn'T ham er Th b k p e " ar ing" or dampen The spirits ot This cadet at The Hospital Bazaar. illlllllllUSll' 28, Till? LFM0 l., , 1 ,1 gli l, FlRST ROW: 2nd LT. Leversen, Leonard A., 5A, Chicago, llls., Ensign Mason, J h . . 0 n D., 4E, Muskegon, Mich., Ensign Branstrom, Max, 4D, Muskegon, Mich. E ' . . nslgn Ramey, Robert W., 5D, Trinity, Texas, Ensign Galatka, George F., 4Di Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Cates, George, 4E, Pearland, Texas, Ensign Smith V ernon J., 4D, Flandreau, S. Dak., 2nd Lt. Carnahan, Dwight, Jr., 5A, Seattle Wash., Ensign Bassett, Farris, 4E, Blisstield, Mich., Ensign Fisher, Delbert N., 4B Longview, wash .,.. sEcoND Row. 2nd Lf. Delaney, wane, J., 4E Chicago, llls., Ensign Meyer, Howard J., 5B, New York, N. Y., Ensign Hooper Warren G., 5C, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ensign Driscoll, Eugene P., 4C, Brooklyn N . u 4 , . . Y., Ensign Moore, Ralph D., 5B, Marinette, Wisc., Ensign Groves, Varley W., 1 1 I 5C, Coeur d'Alene, Harris, Charles C. Falls, llls., Ensign ldaho, Ensign Maior, Thomas L., 5C, Kanab, Utah, 2nd Lt. , 5A, Ventura, Calif., 2nd Lt. Lawton, Frank E., 5A,, Rock Greenwalt, Robert R., 5C, Olney, llls .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Eddy, Sherwin L. 5C, V ll ' C l'T- E ' , a ego, ai., nslgn Dunning, Harvey K., 5A, Portland, Maine, 2nd Lt. Hoff, Darold Neal R., 4D, Douglas, N. Dak., Ensign Cypher, John B., 4C, Puente, Calif., Ensign Oldfield, George M., 4C, Milwaukee, Ore., Ensign Gaerisch, Werner H., 5C, Seattle, Wash., Ensign McTigue, Joseph D 4 D, Fort Dodge, lowa, 2nd Lt. Cameron, John A., 4E, Hawley, Minn- 2nd Reynolds, Buell T., 5B, Munfordville, Ky., 2nd Lt. Carter, George F., 4D, Chicago, llls. Page 207 4' v V kdm? R i, If 3 f Six a.m. One of the few times during the day when cadets move slowly. Perhaps they are not fully awake. 6 D 4 1 ' 4 5' A , rl 3 I l r 4 . ' FIRST ROVV, 2nd Lt. Harman, Bernard V SA Younostcwn Ohio Er1Si ,, , U, t. , , gn Ingram, James D., 5C, Pulaski, Tenn., Ensign Johnson, Earl R., 53, Stockton, Minn., Ensign Curphey, Thomas L., SA, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Tate, Hugh J., SD, Coronado, Calif., 2nd Lt. Schannamann, Raymond H., 5D, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Wells, Donald G., SD, LeRoy, Minn., Ensign French, James B., 53, Oakland, Calif., Ensign Lakin, Charles E., SB, Kingman, Kane., Ensign Carey, Robert W., SA, Clinton, ills., Ensign Hoffman, Robert L., 55, Portland, Ore. SECOND ROYV: 2nd Lt. Lathrop, Edwin H., SC, Stonington, Conn., Ensign Seitz, William K., 5A, Hollywood, Calif., 2nd Lt. Fitzpatrick, Donald J., 4E, Cedar Rapids, lou-ua, 2nd Lt. Stevens, Merrill E. SB Ei tt V' , , xere , sash., 2nl Lt. Aaron, Albert V., 4E, Page 2: la A 5 6 O , B Q S ' r 1 .,-,.-.l.,- Everett, Vifash., 2nd Lt. Dwyer, Kenneth L., SA, To eka Kans.- Ensi n Dirks, P , f 9 Gerald R., 4C, Edina, Minn., 2nd Lt: Edwards, Joe R., 5A, Holtville, Calif.: Ensign Pace, Clifford, 58, Hamilton, Ohio, Ensign Thompson, Jack B., SA, Clarkston, Utah THIRD ROVV, Ensign Homyak, James A., 5D, Huntingt0t1 Park, Calif., 2nd Lt. Geuss, John J., 5D, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Collet, Rudolph J-1 5D, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lf. Brown, William E., 5D, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Hauser, William M., 5D, Pismo Beach, Calif., 2nd Lt. Smith, Elmer S., SC, Inglewood, Calif., Ensign Scholz, Walter E., 5C, Taylorville, llls., Ensign Silver, Robert M., 5D, Seattle, Vifash., Ensign Squires, Richard E., 5A, Grand RGPlClS, Mich., Ensign White, Edward A., 4D, Long Beach, Calif., 2nd Lt. Hanlon, William C., 5C, Sacramento, Calif. 208 -+.w .LC I N JV it EPTEMBER I, 1943 M FIRST ROW: Ensign Brown, Stanley W., SC, Seattle Wash - Ensign Treleas 1 -1 er Thomas J., Jr. 4E, Sparks, Nev., Ensi S hl ' ' gn c oss, L. James, SC, Grand Rapids, Mich E ' P d nslgn ur y, Eugene W., SB, Tahlequah, Okla., Ensign Dooling, Robert J., SC, llls., Ensign Miles, Kenneth G., SB, Eldorado, Ark., Ensign Biel, William S., Jr. SC, Richmond, Va., Ensign Lister, lvie J., SC, Norfolk, Va., Ensign Battles, Jerrold F. sc ' ' . ' , Prineville, Ore., Ensign Koger, Noel J. P., SC, Chattanooga Tenn Denver, Colo., Ensign Bortak, John H., SC, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Stark Francis A. 4E, Geneva, llls., Ensign Funari, Alfred J., Jr., SB, Connellsville, Pa., Ensign Baker Casper H., SC, Pendl t O - ' ' eon, re., Ensign Thorpe, Jim, SA, Terre Haute, Ind .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Beaudoin, Jerome W., 4B D t , e roit, Mich., Ensign Spelletich, Kalman, Jr., 4D, Davenport, Iowa, Ensign Brooks, Henry I., SB, Greensboro, N. C., Ensign Phillips, Bob L., SB, Phoenix, Ariz., Ensign Hannum, Edgar H., SC, Berwyn, EPTEMBER 1, 1943 , , THIRD ROW: Ensign Gustin, Herbert A., 3C, Glen Ellyn, llls., Ensign Cottle Lewis W., SC, Boise, Idaho, Ensign lsselhardt, William, .Ir., SB, Belleville, llls. Ensign Mishler, George H., SB, Elkhart, Ind., Ensign Michaels, James P., SC Long Beach, Calif., Ensign Reilly, Robert C., SC, Glendale, Calif., Ensign West Evan L., 4E, Norcatur, Kans., Ensign Huffman, William B., SC, Elgin, Nebr. Ensign Doran, William R., 6A, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Heade, Nicholas P., Jr. SB, Portland, Ore. I FIRST ROW, Ensign Collins, Isaac H., SD, Greenwood, Ind., Ensign Cobb, Paul W., SC, Denver, llls., Ensign Larkin, John T., SA, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Mosley, Mason, SC, Texarkana, Ark., Ensign Thompson, Thomas W., SA, Winston-Salem, N. C., Ensign Derda, Stanislaw, SB, South Bend, Incl., Ensign Bell, Edgar E., SB, Memphis, Tenn., Ensign Kalnitzky, Myron R., SB, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Koeckert, Donald N., SB, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Stockdale, William A., SA, Indianapolis, Ind ..., SECOND ROW: Ensign Gormley, Leonard J., SC, Mitchell, S. Dak., Ensign Wilson, William G., SC, Bremerton, Wash., Ensign Ziegler, Edward M., SC, Collyer, Kans., Ensign Mordecai, George W., 4D, Raleigh, N. C., Ensign Novak, John T., SC, Dover Ohio- Ensign O'Mary, Simmie E., SB, Woodberry, Ark., Ensign Rucker, Harold E., SC, Sedalia, Mo., Ensign Ross Sterling P SC Ravenw d M E ' 1 , ., , oo , o., nslgn Cooper, David S., SA Youngstown, Ohio, Ensign Heikkinen, Carl, 3D, Detroit, Mich .... THIRD ROW. 2nd Lt. Hurst, Theodore, Jr., SB, Indianapolis, Ind., 2nd Lt. Gourley, Owen B., SB, Baltimore, Md., Ensign Marchant, Ronald F., SC, Omega, Ga., Ensign Williams, Malcolm W., SD, Tampa, Fla., Ensign Williams, Owen F., 4E, San Pedro, Calif., Ensign Mahrt, Francis D., SD, Missoula, Mont., Ensign Harvey, Gerald W., SB, Sterling, Colo., Ensign Carter, Richard W., SD, Evansville, Ind., Ensign Campbell R b . h . o ert B., SD, Toledo, Ohio, Ensign Montgomery, Donald C., SD, Davenport, Iowa: Page 209 1 1 1 1 UEPTEEBEE l, 1943 4 I . 'Q' 2' ,li Iulq.-lr T' ,f"i i I V l I i Aki. 4 FIRST ROV-J, Ensign Johnson, Harry O., 3D, Palisades Park, N. J., Ensign Pfahnl, John C., 5C, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Keefe, John E., 5A, Adams, Wisc., Ensign Kathrcin, Joseph A., 5A, Chicago, ills., Ensign Swain, Thomas S., Jr., 58, V'!eldon, N. C., Ensign Smith, Beniamin T., 58, Rockingham, N. C., Ensign Brown, Russell E., 5D, Cambridge, Mass., Ensign Troy, Richard M., 5D, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Schulze, Edward S., 5A, Greenwich, Conn., Ensign Peiler, William H., 5A, West Hartford, Conn. SECOND ROW: Ensign Tucker, Ray B., 58, Silverton, Om., 2nd Lt. Revnes, Richard, 5D, Beverly Hills, Calif., 2nd Lt. Roberts, Pic-rrc, SD, Missoula, Mont., 2nd Lt. Vining, William W., 5D, San Jose, Calif., SEPTEMBER , 1943 .Venti A i P s' 1 li' . .A NV-'E . ' " s . Q 3 n , X 3 Ensign Wendell, William D., Jr., 58, New Haven, Conn., Ensign Kouns, Robert L 5C, Memphis, Tenn., Ensign Feiler, Arthur C., 5C, Gary, Ind., Ensign Stair, William H., 5C, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Jewett, Rollin E., 58, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Silvain, Ernest A., 5D, White Plains, N. Y. . . . THIRD ROW: Ensign Yost, Emmert L., 5C, Wichita, Kans., 2nd Lt. Layton, Billie R., 58, Stanwick, llls., Ensign Keough, James B., 5C, Plainview, Minn., Ensign Hill, George W., 5C, Spokane, Wash., Ensign Pollard, Richard F., 5D, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Marsters, Wilber A., 3D, Santa Ana, Calif., Ensign Spencer, David L., 4E, Branson, Mo., Ensign Noland, Edwin B., 5D, Shreveport, La., Ensign Wieland, Dicky, 5D, Dearborn, Mich., Ensign Siddoway, Robert R., 5C, Logan, Utah. n X, 1, L I 'V A X ' f i T I . ., 'gf l ks, M I .1 ' -I in , sv 4 V . a ' xi 5 sl A F 4 I "' t .v wr- , ' , A ,, , T' E I X - ' 1 ' J t N' .f , i J L 's - I if l I a I l I ' ' . l i l L , i l f Q ' 1 f 2 V ' l 2 -- 1-1 ' KZ H I F HRS' FICE"-f T l ' is i- ,. ,,-, . ,, - . SA ,il qw IU' OED? ken' E" "" S"i"l'l"f" En5'9n Bugelf Geofge R-, En5'9n Hellman, JGFUCS J-1 5A, Chicago, IlIs,, Ensign Schell, Herbert H-, -lf-1 ' i S-l'Cs-1,0 n5'9n l-OVSOH. RUSSCll T., -D, fora au Lac, Wigc., Ensign Whorton, 58, Garden City, N. Y., Ensign Brightfield, Robert A., 58, St. Louis, M0-1 Sanford H., 5.-L, Cam C,-.M G-1.. Ensign Liljedahl, Carl B., -LD, Hq,f,fO,dI Comm Ensign Logan, Jonathan P., 5A, Booneville, Ark., Ensign Huston, James M., 58, E"'5'9n LOORS, Conrad D., -ID. Gfvna Fi:i:.a5, ?.'.Ich., Ensign Haworth, John D., BWP Molfir' PGY Ensign Hoben' Richard JW 53, Covldvle, PU --'- TH'RD ROW: -SD, Newizera, Ore, Ensign Bradford, Charles R., 5C, Qdglrmnl HCA: Ensign Ens19fLxlgtilleri!Lc:1ureEce- O., 5A,bPortales, N. Mex., Ensign Whittemore, Hal C.,k:5B. Clcvengerl Leonard K., 551 i,-Mimi' yjmlv E . P Id. CI -HH f Of. 'HC .: H5190 TVCIU , Sumner F., 4E, Yakima, Wash., Ensign Per ms, Brockton Mass. SSCCND DC... , Ensi MIST. hludmg' oyion A" ?B' Yefnofb 45, EUQEDC, Ore., Ensign Hart, John G., 58, Pittsford, N. Y., Ensign Plank, I' A , ,I 9"' '9 0 Yf LUUVCUCQ N-, OA, Edward A., 5A, Chicago, Ills.- Ensi n Hol D 'd R 5 S ' f' Id Mo., Teaneck, N. J., Ensign Linder, Maurice D., QA, Neng-.-,-Lggv Mehr., Ensign Thomson En t F. h M I ' , g mes, anvi .1 ,B' Pflffg 'e f George T., -48, San Francisco, Calif, En' P d J h ' I Slgv is er' evm J" SB' Portland' O'e'f Enslgn Schmlllf W'll'am R" 'SA' f S'9'1 Ur y. 0 n G., -QC, Butte, rJ,0ni,, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Lowden, Gilbert F., 5C, Centralia, Wash. Page 210 'I A gn' L 'air Vcs' f i.: , :I i , . . .ci ' -:Y -I 1 1' ,.f f lhl5 x V- 1 ,, X T 'Xie 4 167, I fy, 0 Ar 71 X X W 'I IJ' of 41.01, W' Cadet moving his gear in the familiar h EPTEM FIRST ROW: 40, Rochester, Wilbur J., 5D Ensign Kelly, John G. N. Y., Ensign Lanzen, New York N Y En pus -cart to his advanced battalion home. BER l, 1943 -Q-9-ff .1 me -lm , 4A, Barberton, Ohio, Ensign Clapp, Jack A., Lee W., 58, Mansfield, Ohio, Ensign Wilson, , , . ., sign Banta, Charles T., 58, Springfield, Ma.- Ensign Andrews, William M., 58, Evanston, llls., Ensign Kentner, Roy J., 3A Mintebello, Calif., 2nd Lt. Irwin, Richard, 4E, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Schwigel R b . . . 0 ert H., 5D, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign McCorry, Herbert J., 28, 8erwyn, Pa. SECOND 1 1 - V - ROW: Ensign Fleck, Wayne H., 4D, Antwerp, Ohio, Ensign Smith, Kodney S., 4D, Maywood, llls., Ensign Dabney, William T. lll, 5C, Richmond, Va., Ensign Woodward, Edward C., 5A, L A os ngeles, Calif., Ensign Wenz, Warren R., 5742 'WJ JL' ' 58, Santa Barbara, Calif., Ensign Everett, Jcmes C., 5D, Grand Rapids, Mich., Ensign Lowman, Richard R., Jr., 5A, Hagerstown, Md., Ensign Loose, Donald C., 5A, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign Oliver, William W., 5A, Waco, Texas, Ensign Wilson, Ernest E., 5A, Claude, Texas THIRD ROW, Ensign Leiby, Herbert E., Jr. 4D, Philadelphia, Fa., Ensign Miller, Loel R., 58, West Plains, Mo., Ensign Krum, Amos L., 58, Schuykill Haven, Pa., Ensign Keeton, Robert A., 5C, South Hill, Va., Ensign Dunn, Richard A., 5D, Lake Orion, Mich., Ensign Crane, John P., 48, Daytona Beach, Fla., Ensign Cockrell, Fred T., 5D, Lynwood, Calif., 2nd Lt. Clouer, Isaac L., 48, Sacramento, Calif., Ensign Bowen, Charles H., 5C, Glendale, Calif., Ensi D h gn yc e, James L., 4E, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Page 2ll if l I EQ. .f 'X 1 ,. .,' F -1 'K ix "P '.21Q"Q9 yr' r . A, I , 0 I rf ' V' l ff ng, 1 , , A F , M 4' i, ' i ,ft . f M Liuiiiifiiiciiii Gc:iic:i'cil Goiiciricifs, Chief of the Chilicin Air Force, cmd his "" 41 ' iicdiiiy, me incl lay Adniiicil Mason und Ccipiciin McDonnell. The represen- 'L 5d lCIliVCfi of lyoih couiiiries me sciluiiiig The Nciiioiicil Anllienis. i' Il I' 'I' Il ll Il ll Ii I, lllfl El i i . gran Le S- juz: Rczce 9, - - 1 , 1 , f , hd U. Huifmonl yum L., ,My g1,,,,,l,,' 5,350 Qnd U, Hemgmd, Rob? S., 5D, Mir1neopolis,Minn., lfW"?"U' 5 V' " f ' CJ 'Mi-. ' . V- - 2nd Lt. Olsen, Ed J., Zb, ll,ii.r,ecir,c,l::, Minn., 2nd Lt. Briggs, Frederick E., 4C, CDV' Intl Lt, EGU, Rcixcrc .-1 , Lg 5-,,,,,C,CV Calc: e I . , jr'-, 2nd Lt. Sielaen, Chcs, W., 5B,Grf,mFQll5,!iAOn1,,2nd Lf, Steworf, Harry l ,ii x - - 2,15 Lg, 0075, 1,31 . 21,163 L, Emil, Ed Grd JI R., Tigrw K.:,1ig.'i1Ef:, Olin ,,.. THIRD ROVKJ: 2nd Lt. Derringer, Elmer R-1 3:2 'X g 3,5 i ,HA AN an J ,, , , ,nd U 2? -',, p, Hz, Li. Edison, Frederick W., SC, Kulumozoo, Mich., 2F14-'l Ll- xvodnmonr Layer G , L- E' U23 PCD: h I O Brien, George VY., pri, LuQ,r:iiige, lllz., 2nd Lt, Brozouskcis, Edward, SA, Ch1CogO, . QM, L, Simyc L an C V ' 2nd Li. Peek, Wm, M.,.3L, Springfield, Ille., 2nd Lt. Leach, Loren F., SC, SW' 'Incl Li, Smith, Jerri B., .i .Q F- V V Q. ,I 5 ,J dem: f ,, F 'Ffh all Qnfl Lllilaoljolskli John W., 58' Clevelond' Ohloi Qnd Ll' Amgld' Nelson 'f 1 Q f Ind Ccniunlecn Rflllviff H - " i L- if Lil .FF 'Z Z: Ilil ill' VYAQCI 2nd ll' Fslodney' Rlchclrd T" 6A' Gulndg' CUM" 2nd Ll' I -- - V Holmes, Joseph R, 4:, Stanley, Kona, lv L AJ, EPTIIIIIB It I, 1943 4 0 FIRST ROW- 2nd Lt Kolarik Charles J 5C D I 2nd Lt. Byerlein, Vincent, Jr., 4E, Detroit, Mich., 2nd Lt. Sullivan, John W 4E St. Paul, Minn., Ensign Smith, Hilton M., Jr., 5B, Riverton, N. J., Ensign Moir, James, 5C, Lansdowne, Pa., Ensign Shepard, Marvin G., 5B, Port Arthur Texas- Ensign Reichbaum, David H., 5A, Easton, Pa. . SECOND ROW- 2nd Lt F Ik, . . . . o Richard W., 4E, Columbus, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Lindley, Dean W 5B Edwardsburg Mich., 2nd Lt. Webster, James E., 5A, Needles, Calif., 2nd .Lt. Myers, Gale E. 1 I iii ii in , 1943 . . , , r., , uuth, Minn., 2nd Lt. Ferega, Stephen C., 5C, Detroit, Mich., 2nd Lt. Zuger, Robert A., 4E, Chicago, llls., 58, Arcanum Ohio, Ensign Brown Melve M. 5A T , , y , , exarkana, Ark., 2nd Lt Vaughn, Warren E., 58, Childress, Texas, Ensign Balbaugh, George B., 5D Defiance, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Jones, Harold O., 4B, White River Junction, Vt. . . THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Loundree, Carl Jr., 4D, Sandy, Ore., 2nd Lt. Manion Joseph P., 5C, St. Louis, Mo., 2nd Lt. McLaughlin, Thomas V., 5C, Los Angeles Calif., 2nd Lt. Watson, Elmer E., 5C, Bellingham, Wash., 2nd Lt. Shirley, Albert W. 5C, Pasadena Calif, Ensign Younglove Edwad E. J on, orris W., 5B, Minot, N. Dak., 2nd Lt. French, Sherman P., 5C Port Clinton, Ohio, Ensign Praete, Frank C., Jr., 5A, New Rochelle, N. Y. ff, f A V I I 'YK .14 FIRST ROW, Ensign Larson, Conrad S., 5B, Winchester, Moss., Ensign RGY, Harvey C., 5C, Independence Kans., Ensign Mikolasy, Theodore O., 5D, Engle- wood, N. J., Ensign Pastore, Samuel, 5B, Youngstown, Ohio, Ensign Ames, Scott C., 5D, Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y., Ensign Bailey, Paul E., 5D, South Bend, Ind., 2nd Lt. Conklin, Robert C., 5D, Fairmont, Minn., Ensign Dering, WiIIic.m V., 5D, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Sawyer, Thomas A., Jr., 5C,, Elizabeth City, N. C., Ensign Mack, can J., 5C, Irvington, N. J . , sEcoNo ROW: Ensign Beniflminf Galen K.,, 5B, Monticello, Ind., Ensign I-09119, Joseph C-f .5A, Biloxi, M.l5?'i Ensign Viault, Theodore C., Jr., 5C, LOS AHQGIGS, COIN-z EHSIQFI MUYGF, WIIIIS, 5C, Chelsea, Mich., Ensign Rieman, Carl J., 5D, Brentwood, Md., 2nd Lt. A as Van Geem, Donald R., 5D, Mansfield, Ohio, Ensign Hillesheim Hubert J 5C Toledo, Ohio, Ensign Wolf, John H., 4D, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Shriner, Robert H., 5C, Rodman, Iowa, Ensign Finke, Ellis I., 5C, Washington, Iowa . . . THIRD ROW: 2 ' ' ' ' nd Lt. Childs, Eric E., 5A, Hamilton, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Loetterle, Vern F., 4E, Crete, Nebr., Ensign Carter, John G., 58, Davenpoht, Iowa, Ensign Haynes, William E., 5A, Wickliff, Ky., Ensign Pedretti, Albert W., 5C, Roscoe, Calif. 2nd Lt. Dougherty, Carl, 58, Columbus, Ga., Ensign Rainbolt, Winfield S., 5B Fullerton, Calif., Ensign Bates Robert M 5A Lincoln Ills Ensi n Delano 1 , -, , f -r 9 1 David P., Jr., 5C, Orleans, Mass., Ensign Hornung, John F., 5A, Bellerose, L. I., N. Y. Page 2l3 , . , r , r., 4B, Seattle, Washd 2nd Lt. Hits M ' ' 1 1 SEPTEEEEE , i943 C1 . Q I l,l J , . l 5 s Q i A Lifgl HPS? ROW, Ensign Box, Robert R., SC, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Conant, Jack M., of-., l.",'egti.-rl.r-lrl, Wtsc., Ensign Stinson, Gordon M., SC, Bluffton, Ind., Ensign Wacker, James E., SB, Mobil 1.,- , Ala., Ensign Macholl, Edward A., SB, li'-t i.,. 1, l.-'intly Ensign Montague, Vernon D., SC, Mazen, Miclt., 2nd Lt. Robbins, Cecil E., SD, Si-rxttle, Vl.'asli,, Ensign Campbell, Kay, Jr., SA, Shreveport, La., I l 2nd Lt. DuPratt, Ira S., 3C, YerinQ'on, Nor., Ensign Nlcrideth, Dorien F., SC, Eli-ri:-url, Calif. SECOND ROV-J, 2nd Lt. Franks, Arthur L., Jr., 6A, Kansas ' ,:,, ,'.ffr,,, 2nd Lt. Staples, Eugene S., 6A, Kansas City, Mo., 2nd Lt. Miller, Charles L., SC, Anrlergon, Ind., 2nd Lt. Herrington, Robert L., 6A, Salina, Kans., l J J 1 J , , 'EETEEEEE 4 1943 2nd Lt. Little, Marion W., Jr., SA, Geraldine, Mont., 2nd Lt. Cummings, Donald M. SB, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Fields, Keith, SA, Larue, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Boyd, Arthur D. SB, Flint, Mich., 2nd Lt. Woehrle, Charles D., SB, Overland, Mo., 2nd Lt. Soles Richard R., SA, Harvey, llls .... THIRD ROW, Ensign Richardson, Leo F. SB, New Orleans, La., Ensign Cassabaum, John W., SD, Columbus Junction, Iowa Ensign Roszell, Herbert L., SD, Peoria, llls., Ensign Bammerlin, Gerald E., 4D Burton, Nebr., Ensign Phillips, Sandy, Jr., 6A, Lucasville, Ohio, Ensign Hecker Gordon F., 6A, Portland, Ore., Ensign Pavlovich, Paul, SC, Trenton, N. J. Ensign Hulland, Charles W., 4E, Centralia, llls., Ensign Fierce, Vernon R., Jr, SC, Torrance, Calif., Ensign Rutledge, George E., SA, Delray Beach, Fla. Nw HUN7' G-, 5f-, Hunt: Point, Wash., 2nd Lt. Lienesch, James T., 4B, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Collins, George A., 4D, Boston, Mass., Ensign Haynes, Lionel l.., SC, lferuaa, Mo., Ensign Meise, John F., SC, Seymour, Mo .... THIRD ROW1 ENSTQD B0l1lHf'l, Albert D., SB, Litchfield, llls., Ensign Peterson, Robert, 4E, Seattle, ."-'apr.., Ensign Mondo, Nichols, SC, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Nelson, Charles T., Di, U1'f1Of"T, llli-5 Ensign Poehler, Edward C., 4E, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Schommer, Richard E., SB, Chanute, Kang., Ensign Hibdon, Ralph, Jr., SB, Osage Beach, M0-1 2nd Lt. Settles, Don T., SB, Chattanooga, Tenn., 2nd Lt. O'Brien, Robert A., ' 9 , I E 0 i A an A I al ,YZQ V V , fr l' 1 Y l J , 4 - '35, ECU. 2nd Lt. Hodges, Mark P., .ff lj '12 3-"gif, 2nd Lt' Sullivan Daniel D., .zz -1, 2nd Lt- HC,,g,O,.,' Wmgcm JA' ,'.,,-,',,,,,,' I., ,Li F"'5l9" N0'1C0'fOn. ROl:i2rt, t' ' 'J A Ensign Peterson Alfred T A 55 ' 37' 5fW9" Twmcb. Riflwfd W.. Lb C" lil Ensign McConnell. Frederick, fl ' ' . Ensian Campbell, James H, .ii-, . E -3 Enflgn O5i'3'15C"1, Ed'-'-in fi, .il " ing, ' i QFCZVD ECL- Ensign lsselhardt, Calvin L., ii if, Q, . , Ensign gymc Hemy M :C FTOC" FEI' 2nd Ll' BO'l'C'f R'-Wal A-, 'QL v Z" "71"i., Ensign Lewis JC Sara Mant 1 11 I I 115 pp., , ,Q e 3 . W -wi' ,- 5- P.,.'fv 743 R1 ' " ' g, : ' ' R 'Q . 05215, 2? ' 'vw , .. v ATQQWELB :kk X: .., i5'1" .. J ir 5 "'Sb',,' . , , .WL , .I D ..,53Q:3. rx' j- Lawki " , " ,QA '1 yi 4 is ff . aj! ' . 'Q 3 ,. if .-g, Va - ? Q Q A ,gb Vg? , y ma, A 1 yi A V l 5 . ,i gk V, , ' 0 , 1- 15,427 QI .. ,V f , zg,.','ik ', 1. ik, W it Wi, 1, 3" 1555, ' , Q4 . 'f . W , Q H. "bf J is ,. ,Y ' 'M T ' ' , - 1 ' -4 ' Y fw:w3,.,M - 1 f ,, 1 ,J is 41- ,iq V 1, 1 , - - - .1 1 ' Lriczfv. zafi- ' 1 ' - 9' 5 -li' , 1 '-my nh Q, w. x 6. -nf-P: ,C '.,'l ,ig ,I 'y,,,Lsv'Y.. 1 ' r Tn. ' ,-Qffx x , 4 ' 54 ...F 4'-. v il If-1-L -X ."PTii BER . 1943 The Cadet Recreaiion Mess Grill is a popular place wiih The lflie flsefs Cadeis who have The Time can "chow" l b ear y ui ai Their own expense 'Nl' L 'ky V' M FIRST ROW- Ensign Taylor R . , aymond R., 5B, Goliad, Texas, 2nd Lf. Vehon, Louis H., 5B, Deiroif, Mich., Ensign Robinson, Charles D., 3D, Redmond, Ore., Ensign Hubard, Billie, 5B, ldabel, Okla., Ensign O'Donnell, John, 5B, Upper Darby, Pa., 2nd Li. Heffelfinger, Richard E., 5B, Big Prairie, Ohio, Ensign Johnson, E. Bruce, 4D, Sidney, Mont., Ensign McDaniel, Rex S., 5C, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Roberts, Marlin D., 4E, Buffalo, Mo., 2nd Li. King, George J., 5C, Ailanfa, Ga .,.. SECOND ROW: Ensign Beloie, William B., Jr., 5C, Bainbridge, Ga., Ensign Haines, William A., 5C, Beverly, N. J., Ensign Kramer, Alvin, 5B, Providence, R. I., Ensign Zelazek, Stanley F., 5B, Chicago, llls., Ensign Collins, Pa Q6 Ve GS, Daniel E., 5D, Elizabeth, N. J., Ensign Umbarger, Frederick N., Jr., 5Bgrl-fysusnnglu N. Mex., Ensign Clark, John M., 5B, Oniario, Calif., 2nd Li. Rosemei' Egsign Dye, 53, Thorp, Wisc., 2nd Li. Sorlie, Edward N., 5B, Minneapohs' Mlpliiiu f John E., Kenneth E., 6A, Pomeroy, wash. . . . Ti-HRD Row. 2nd Li. Breg 3 iff: Smalley, 5D, Guymon, Okla., Ensign Prior, Richard R., 4D, Denveff Color n While River Laurel G., 5D, Bedford, iowa, Ensign Chapin, STSWUVT G" 5.?'neS Henry 5-I Juncfion, VT., Ensign Herr, LeRoy M., 58, Builer, S. Dak., 2nd U' 0 ' 53, Pasadena Calif 2 ii., 2nd L" , ., nd Lf. Ciukenclall, DouglC1S L-I 4Ef KelH'RWl75s3, ReXl0U"9' Pond, George E., 6A, Mobile, Ala., Ensign Woodmansee, Terre " Idaho, 2 cl ' n Lf. Hawkins, Harold W., 2l6 5D, Kalamazoo, Midi- X 5 Y I I 1 I I 'NJ '51 risers. nense. ...- . R., .-.. EPTEWB R , 1943 x T -,-Q, I . . i.I'li'I'I FIRST ROVV, Ensign Atkinson, Randal N., 5A, Little Rock, Ark., 2nd Lt. Chambers 2nd Lt. Kammeyer, Preston L., 5D, Slater, Mo., Ensign Mayer, Irving, 6A, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Lore, Elmer E., Jr., 5A, North Hollywood, Calif., Ensign Milligan, Robert L., 5B, Sioux City, Iowa, Ensign Burpee, Howard, 5C, Everett, Wash., 2nd Lt. Youngdale, John P., 5B, Mason City, Iowa . . . SECOND ROW, Ensign Phillips, Donald M., SB, Amenia, N. Y., 2nd Li. Thacker, Glenn O., 5D, Lakeville' Ind., Ensign Hart, John E., 5A, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Haughton, Karl B., Jr., 4A, Phoenix, Ariz., 2nd Lt. Nelson, James W., 5C, Milwaukee, Wisc., Gayle, 6A, Trona, Calif., Ensign Kelly, George P., 6A, Alhambra, Calif., 2nd Lt Jont, Eric R., 5D, Chicago, llls., Ensign Ellis, William L., 5C, Shawneetown, Ill 2nd Lt. Moffet, William A., 5B, Greenville, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Collins, Richard J 5C, Kansas City, Mo .... THIRD ROW, Ensign Santana, Theodore C., 5D Miami, Fla., 2nd Lt. Callicrate, John P., 5C, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Carscaden Wesley W., 5C, Auburn, Wash., Ensign Behling, Leroy C., 6A, Caroline Wisc Ensign DaMore, Joseph, 5C, Chicago, llls., Ensign Hutchinson, Walter IB 6A Burley, Idaho, 2nd Lt. Hale, Jack, 6A, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Straus, Irviifg L 6B, Valhalla, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Moriarty, Joseph J., 5C, Ponca City, Okla. EPTE BER IL 1942 J 4 i k FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Weston, Donald A., 68, Chattanooga, Tenn., Ensign Wilson, Joe N., 68, Unionville, Iowa, Ensign Willhard, Duane H., 5B, Chicago, llls.- Ensign Thomsen, Clifford V., 6B, Culbertson, Mont., Ensign Draper, Thomas H., Jr. 5D, Marshallton, Iowa, Ensign Hanson, Eugene G., 5D, Lake Park, Minn., 2nd Lt. Goeggel, Walter, Jr., 6B, Kirkwood, Mo., Ensign Butler, David K., 6A, Orchards 1 I A x J s S P . Wash., Ensign Winter, Morriss L., 6B, New York, N. Y., Ensign Bixler, Jene M., 5B, Kenton, Ohio . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Bazzell, Adrian S., 5C Bain- bridge, Ga.- Ensign Ford, Luther E 5C, Lubbock, Texas- Ensi n Stubblefield , -1 1 Q I Howard A., 5D, Sleeper, Mo., 2nd Lt. Ruhe, Philip G., 4D, Hollywood, llls., 2nd Lt. Cameron, Eugene D., 6A, Syracuse, N, Y., 2nd Lt. Smith, Raymond, I J , if 3 5C, Cape Girardeau, Mo., 2nd Lt. Smith, O. Murl, 6A, Kilgore, Texas, 2nd Lt. Gronbeck, Harry F., 5A, Chicago, llls., Ensign Johnson, John P., 5B, Chaffee, Mo., Ensign Eades, Robert V., oA, Kansas City, Mo. . . . THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Duffy, George G., 5D, Rosendole, Ulster Co., N. Y., 2nd Lt. Moran, James J., 5C, Brooklyn, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Kell, Richard N., 5C, Pompton Lakes, N. J., 2nd Lt. Zuspan, Frederick P., 5D, Richwood, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Miller, Lee R., 5D, Pittsburgh, Pa., 2nd Lt. Carlson, Roy S., 5C, Middle River, Minn., Ensign Wilkens, Rollin A., 5D, West Bend, Wisc., Ensign Gatlin, William A., 4C, Blackton, Ark., 2nd Lt. Schroth William J Jr .SB Dallas Texas 2nd Lt Gentr Jack T., 6B, Kansas 1 'I -I 1 1 I ' yi City, Kans. 1 Page 217 S HE TEM ER l , 3 E - , FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Dorris, William H., William, Jr., 5D, Santa Rosa, Calif., 2nd Lt. Raynolds, Don A., 5C, Moroni, Utah Ensign Reiner, Russel C., 6A, Hutchins 5D, Roundup, Mont., 2nd Lt Shanks on, Minn., Ensign Olson, Richard J 5C Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Hollingsworth, Douglas F., 6B, Ellisville, Miss., Ensign Smith, Bruce B., 6A, Waupaca, Wisc., Ensign Ellis, Charles E., SC, Dennisport, Mass., Ensign Page, Paul L., 5D, Shelby, Mich., Ensign Misner, Phillip, 6A, lnternational Falls, Minn .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Garrison, Grant, 5D, Summit, N. J E si S hl' ' ' n gn tuc uk, Hubert, 5A, Hill City, Kans.- 2nd Lt Whitfield, Donald Ei, SD, Visalia, Calif., 2nd Lt. Card, Owen J., 5lD, Portland, Ore., Ensign Costa, 1 i iEP EWBER ll, 1943 Richard C., 5D, San Anselmo Calif- 2nd Lt Worsham Ed d , -, . , war , 5C, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Coates, Robert N. C., 6A, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Allen, William A, 5D, Cadillac, Mich., 2nd Lt. Vogel, James P., Jr., 5A, New York, N. Y., Ensign Krebs, Floyd M., 5D, Scott City, Kans .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Thomas, Robert K., 5B, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Engle, Robert A., 5B, Winchester, Ind., Ensign Hagedorn, James H., 5B, Chicago, llls., Ensign Miller, Herman S., 5C, Harbor Beach, Mich., 2nd Lt. Miller, Clayton L., 6A, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Schram, William R., 6A, Papillion, Nebr., Ensign Kossick, Lea L., 4E, Moorehead, Minn., Ensign Reed, Floyd L., 5B, Wolf Bayou, Ark., Ensign Cole, Robert S., 6B, Fayetteville, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Bender, Lawrence W., 5D, Greenwich, Ohio, :s 4 FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt Thomas J Q ' f 9559 D-, 5D, El Dorado Sp' M . E - Daniels, David H., 5D, Rainer, Ore., 2nd Lt. Johnson, Harry, r.l5llSS,GerTeva nflllirl Ensign Reed, Edward K., 5D, Indianapolis, lnd., 2nd Lt. Schallert, Joselflh A., 5C, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Laos, Joseph F., 5C, Fort Wayne lncl - Ensign Birci, Roy G., 4D, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Wolverton, E. E., 6A Kansas Cit M Ensign Davis, Frank N., 6A, Smyrna, Tenn., 2nd Lt. Wilcox Ai E 6A Edtq S., Wo-sh .... sEcoND Row. 2nd Lt. He-ister, Thomas c. ss For ol N gnks' Ensign Samuel, Carroll E., 6A, Hood River, Ore.- 2nd ,Lt Glavigich G if 6A, Kansas City, Kans., Ensign Shaughnessy, Robert E 6A .Minneapolis Zrph' " I , inn., Ensign Graham, I Son Gcibflel, Cflllf-, Ensign Sanchez, Albert H., 5C, Nuevo, Calif., Ensign Mack' Donald D-1 6A, VlSTCJ, Calif., 2nd Lt. Winters, Richard A., 5C, Gordon, Nebr., Ellslgn l'lUn1l9leY, Robert J., 5D Los Angeles, Calif ...- -ll'llRD ROW: Walter E-, 5D Groveport, Ohio, Ensign Hanson, l'lCl"'Y R" 5D' 2nd Lt. McDonnell, Robert J. , O , Owatonna, Minn.: 2nd Lt. Fousf, Haffv l"' 'SA' Hayward' Cnllf-I Ensign King, Milton R., 6A, Longview, Wash.: 2nd l'l' Wycfll' Wallace P., 5D, La Mesa, Calif., Ensign Krupp, Edwin S., 45, Clilcclgo' ll? En5l9n G"e90"Y, William H., 6A, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Blo0mqUiSf, Gerald " 6A, Des Moines lo E ' . f WG: nSI9n Parker, Robert l.., 5D, Secllle, VYCl5ll'7 2nd Ll' Elliott, Thomas M. 5 ' , D, CCINTOH, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Fries, Norman P., 6A, Mefcedf Calll' Page 2l8 I N t i 1 - : lilo trim A Ensign Thomas, . ind. 1 S., JC, Ensign emu ..c.i, oert S., i -i i 'W .Ki ' g ,f 3 , 1 -.wi '-. -- 1 " -V1.2 if T ' s if fi '17 Il J iii- sl' 1 X A ' if These tvvo cadets will soon be working att extra duty on the ramp behind Regimental Headquarters. E P 'I' ll ' gy .r f I J . ix Q FIRST ROW: Ensign Payne, Edwin G., 5B, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Reed, Robert A 5D, West Pittston, Pa., Ensign Tierney, Patrick F., Jr., 5B, Asbury Park, N. Ensign Hudson, Billie F., 6A, Post Falls, ldaho, Ensign Jensen, Monrad E. S., 5C, Duluth, Minn., Ensign Shaw, Emmett A., Jr., 6B, Shreveport, La- 2nd Lt. McNeely, Austin F., 4E, St. Paul, Minn., 2nd Lt. Wilder, Fred O., 6A Seattle Wash., Ensign Chamberlin, William B., 5D, Washington, Pa., 2nd Lt. Longfellow, Wm. J., 5D, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Mallette, Wm. R., SC, Greenwood, Miss., 2nd Lt. Witt, Douglas C., 6A, Piedmont, Calif .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Howard, Claude M., 6A, Kansas City Mo., Ensign Monahan, Alfred E., oA, Hope, ldaho, 2nd Lt. Harper, E. Craig, 5A, Ogden, Utah, 2nd Lt. Spinas, Elrid H., 6A, Trinidad, Calif., Ensign Howard, Raymond B., 6A, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Helf, Robt. R., 5A, 11 N, .n'.""s Koukouna Wisc Ensign Cornwell Jos W 6A N H ll , ., , . ., , . o ywood, Calif., Ensign Hart, F . . rank C., Jr., 6B, New York City, N. Y., Ensign Longstreet, Robt. F., 5D, Holland Mich., Ensign Camp, Thos. E., 6B, Rome, Ga., 2nd Lt. Green, Worth C., Jr., SC, Waycross, Ga., Ensign Finka, Kenneth B., 68, Biloxi, Miss .... THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Auchenpaugh, Frederick A., 5C, Schenectady, N. Y., Ensign Farrell, Ferris L., 5C, Burlington, Kans., Ensign Eaton, Clifford W., 5A, Cozard, Nebr., Ensign Bassett, Jonh S., 5B, Charlotte, N. C., Ensign Greshko, Jos., 5C, Freeland, Pa.: Ensign Zehke, Robt. W., 5C, Sebewaing, Mich., 2nd Lt. Cowley, Philip J., 5D, St. Paul, Minn., 2nd Lt. Strong, Paul A., 6A, Missoula, Mont., Ensign Bambrick, Wm. L., 5D, Milton, Mass., 2nd Lt. Ward, Ray G., 5D, Alton, Ills., 2nd Lt. Hasler, Scott G., 5D, Vandalia, ills., Ensign Potter, Brooks L., 4A, Norfolk, Nebr. Page 2l9 1 fr' i'El'l'ElIItEll 15, i943 Turning money into negotiable Rec. Mess Chits. y ,g,.ea..f 11,11 FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Ellswor Andrew M., SC, Chattanooga, Tenn., Ensign Nelson, Charles F., 4E M k , us egon, Mich., Ensign Cooper, John J., 5C, Vincennes, ind., 2nd Lt. Hubbs, L. B., 6B, Dalton, Go., Ensign Branson, Richard R., 6B, Sylvia, Kons., Ensign Kelly, John P. 6B, Dunlap, Tenn., Ensign Payne, William W., 6B, El Centro, Calif., Ensign McCart th, Leon W., 5C, Ellensburg, Wash., Ensign Ernst Y, Joseph C., Jr., 6B, Jackson, Miss., Ensign Walker, John S., 5C, Detroit, Mich . . . SECOND ROW, Ensign Fort, Howard H., Jr., 5C, Pendleton, Ind., 2nd Lt. Butler, William G., 38, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Myers, Noel F., 5B, Cass Lake, Minn., Ensign Carsten, Alvin G., SB, Stockton, Kans., Ensign Cosgrove, Paul M., P age N-'W ,J Q i Q 2 ff-f em .S sc N NW .4 . fi -' ' A . ? 3 i ' . Z J V I g . H... .... .... LAM!! ..... . .fl 58, Auburn, Wash., Ensign Crompton, Martin S. T., 4C, Freeland, Mich.,HETLi2 5D, Chicago, Illsz, Ensign Fetzer, Eugene G., .431 Ss Allan Kruger, Ira K., 6B, Westfield, Wisc., Ensign We'nf'C'U 'J SC' N. Y .,.. THIRD ROW, 2nd Lf. cooper, Rohm " ' Czerniak, Harry S., City, Utah, Ensign 6B, New Rochelle, . I . 2nd Lf. Ashland, Wisc., Ensign Batchelor, Wade E., oA, Calhoun CltYf MBS" T Como' Saastad, Harold L., 4E, Sawyer, N. Dak., Ensign Theno, Milton -l-f.5D' Sflm son Wash., Ensign Thompson, John M., Jr., 5A, Eldon, Mo., Ensign J: P681 Melvin J., Jr., aB, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Chandler, Thomas F" Kgnleyl Moundville, Ala., 2nd Lt. Shirley, Robert G., 68, Los Angeles, Calif., El15'9'h Bruce W., 6B, Bell, Calif., Ensign Porter, Robert B., 6B, Los Angeles' CGI' 220 EPTEMBER 15, 1943 ' Q 1 YQ , Q .if FIRST ROW: Ensign Rickey, Frank W., Jr., 6A, Portsmouth, Ohio, Ensign Christen, Richard F., 6A, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Bigger, Trafford L., SD, Schenectady, N. Y., Ensign Sundberg, Harry J., 6A, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Henderson, Billie W., 68A, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Traubel, Ralph E., SD, Webster Groves, Mo., 2nd Lt. Lehrer, Michael, 6A, Springfield, Minn., Ensign Kuhar, John, 6A, Cleve- land, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Baran, Edmund Flaryan, 6A, Gary, Ind., Ensign Trust, Don L., 6A, Hawthorne, Calif., 2nd Lt. Ullrich, Henry J., SD, New Rockford, N. Dak., Ensign Miller, John R., 6A, Edison, Ohio . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Macur, Tadeuse, SC, Sioux City, Iowa, Ensign Sears, Jack L., SA, Willows, Calif., Ensign Nelson, George A., SB, Vashon, Wash., Ensign Hooper, Thornton D., Jr., Wynnewood, Pa., Ensign Good, Robert C., SC, Eugene, Ore., 2nd Lt. Kleiner, E TEMB V Richard L., SC, Highland, llls., 2nd Lt. Harriman, Frank B., 6B, Pasadena, Calif., 2nd Lt. Wanke, William J., 6B, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Dickerson, Richard G., SD, Pocatello, Idaho, 2nd Lt. Werts, Gordon H., 6B, Bloomfield, Iowa, Ensign D'Accardi, Joseph M., 6A, New Port Richey, Fla. . . THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Owens, John L., 6A, Tipton, Okla., Ensign Anderson, Clifford A., 6A, Buffalo, Wyo., 2nd Lt. Jantsch, Robert J., 6A, Spokane, Wash., 2nd Lt. Woodbury, Charles P., Jr., SD, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Devlin, Walter J., SC, New York, N. Y., Ensign Couch, William G., 6A, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Smith, Clifford W., SC, Red Bluff, Calif., Ensign Von Brocklin, James P., 68, Creighton, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Hopkins, Jack K., 6A, Westwood, Calif., 2nd Lt. Brown, Elliott F., 6A, Morristown, N. J., 2nd Lt. Griffin, William E., 6A, Seattle, Wash. ll. .rjt Nfl' 63. left , . f I FIRST ROW, Lt. Branham, Alfred F., oA, Wichita, Kans., Ensign Brown, Keith C., 6A, Oklahoma City, Okla., 2nd Lt. Amundson, Elmer, SC, Lansing, Mich., Ensign Cameron, Eldon C., 6B, Port Huron, Mich., Ensign Raglan, Jas. D., oA, Bement, llls., Ensign Schornstein, Harry E., Jr., aB, Indianapolis, Ind., Ensign Hatch, Spencer F., 6A, Centerville, Utah, 2nd Lt. Pavlich, Carl, SC, Muskegon, Mich., Ensign Leonard, Walter M., 6B, Cleveland, O., 2nd Lt. Kelly, Maynard C., 6A, Seattle, Wash., En- sign Boyd, Robt. L., SB, Corona Del Mar, Calif., Ensign Huggins, Ruric P., SA, Van Van Nuys, Calif .... SECOND ROW, Ensign Johnson, Orris H., SD, Lakota, Iowa, Ensign Byrne, Louis J., SD, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Ells, Donald V., 6A, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign Elliott, Warren D., 6A, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Ziegler, Russell P., 5D, New Athens, llls., Ensign Rouillard, Rowland E., 6A, Minneapolis, Minn., En- 11, im, X, sign Kemple, Jos. N., 6C, Ontario, Calif., 2nd Lt. Rose, Julius R., SC, Chattanooga, Tenn., Ensign Rose, Jas. W., 6B, Chattanooga, Tenn., 2nd Lt, Dennis, Paul E., 6B, Chattanooga, Tenn., 2nd Lt. McCall, Lewis E., 6A, Bellingham, Wash., Ensign Moyer, Harold E., Berkeley, Calif .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. McGrath, Jos. M., Jr., 6A, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Henry, Ward J., Jr., 6B, Hollywood, Calif., Ensign Eastwood, Fred L., SD, Stratford, Conn., Ensign Everman, Donald D., SC, Omaha, Nebr., Ensign Dathe, Edward R., Jr., 6A, San Francisco, Calif., 2nd Lt. Childs, John R., 6B, Joplin, Mo., Ensign Messer, Milo W., Jr., 6B, Cranbury, N. J., Ensign Schenk,, Quentin F., 6B, Cullman, Ala., 2nd Lt. Bearlund, Harry J., SC, Chicago, llls., Ensign Smith, Andrew L., 6A, Kellogg, Idaho, 2nd Lt. Lamos, John E., 6A, Chicago, llls., Ensign Posson, Lawrence W., oA, Spokane, Wash. Page 2'2i 5 4 .EPTE B H I , 1943 FIRST RCW: Ensign Forys, Hcrry J., 4D, Chiccao, Ilfs Robert A., 6A, Portland, Ore., Ensign DeVore, Charles D 6B, Birmingham, Al ., a. Ensign Eagle, Sherman C., Jr., 6A, Atlanta, Ga., 2nd Lt. Bowers John H 6A, Modesto, Calif., 2nd Lt. Hoffner, Melvin H 5D Ault Colo Ens' N b ., , , ., lgn or ont, Albert, 5D, Denver, Colo., Ensign Jones, Nathan L., 6B, Glendale, Calif., Ensign Bush, John M., 6A, Hollywood, Calif .... SECOND ROW: 2ncl Lt. Seabaugh, Paul W., 6B, Cape Gerardeau, Mo., Ensign Peters, Lewis F., 4D, Mount Clemens, Mich., Ensign Nambo, Joseph L., SC, Concordia, Kans., 2nd Lt. McDonald, Frank L., 6A, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Wolf, Victor P., 6B, ., 2nd Lt Hes-'emer, IEPTEMBER I , 1943 Ferguson, Mo., 2nd Lt. Pope, George S., 6B, Inwood, L. I., N. Y., 2nd Lt George L., Jr., 5B, Portland, Ore., Ensign Roberts, Clifford O., Point l W. Va., 2nd Lt. Grub, Walter, 5B, Livingston, N. J., 2nd Lt. Walters, 6A, Minneapolis, Minn .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Woodward, Ken 6B, Grants Pass, Ore., 2nd Lt. Timothy, Rex, 5D, Greeley, Colo., 2nd Lt. Edward J., 5B, Plymouth, Ind., 2nd Lt. Wagenhals, Howard C., 6B, Minn Minn., Ensign Glockner, Robert J., 6B, Portsmouth, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Millard E., 5B, Pueblo, Colo., Ensign Lind, Wendell K., 5C, Rapid River, Ensign Stone, Jack M., 5C, Lincoln, Nebr., Ensign Schwamb, Landon Sheridan, Wyo. lp N, I x ' .l FIRST ROW- Ensign Scharch G - v , eorge J., 5A, Milwaukee, ' ,- , 1 Julius V., 6B, Chicago, llls., Ensign Strom, John A., 6V,ZlSCPirTendRiNlerBc,MTrThel Enslgn GI-'lfe'Yf Verna l--1 63, Dallas, Texas, 2nd Lt. Goldston EugenelV 6R Danville, Ky., Ensign Sidles, Paul H., 68, Jerome, Iowa- Ensign IHOCZG Johaf 5D, Gary, Ind., Ensign Simonson, Bernard W., 6A, Seattle, Wash.: 2nd it Kryfwiec, sion, ss, cmwgo, llls. . . sscorsio Row, 2nd Lf. swobodq Rudy J SBI Billings, Mont., 2nd Lt. Jones, John T., SD, DuFur, Ore.- Ensign Reed Homer El 45, St. Paul, Minn., Ensign Ramstad, Robert L., 6B, St. P ll ' . 'I ." ou , Minn., Ensign Claverie, l Robert R., 32, Pre Ensign Shortrid e 9 1 Robert C., 6l3, New Orleans, La., 2nd Lt. Hixson, JCCI 6A, Hilo Hawaii T H , , . .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Long, David W., Rcluemwf Ohio, 2nd Lt. Young, Burbank, 5C, Joliet, llls., Ensign White, R09e" E' 5B, Taunton, Mass., Ensign Jones Veryl C 5B Strasbur , Ohio, En5l9n Ha sno, Calif., Ensign Lyons, Robert F 5B Chelsea lv I -1 , 9 Defflld E-1.63, DSS Moines, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Vanaken, Robert C., 5D, I-QS Ang Cfllll-I Ensign Stoltenberg, James C., 5D, Stevens Point, Wisc.: En5'9n S' Richard B., 4E, Cedartown, Ga. Page 222 ...,....--..,. ..-,..-.--fag.. " ' r . I ,' ni l 1 -A I . . II Ui,-I ' --'Tv ': " rms:-I I.-J, A 5,-an Ray Ll ... - ., Kenneth I, ind ll. Wifi Q2 if... I- Mtslpii ': II. Suppl, : Ver. IRL .rim E, fl. .. , 1' ggi Scene top-side Rec. Mess as th b h e oys ave their hair cut to Navy llP'I'lllIii I I 'Xxx' ' x Wt s ,Q-4, L, gf Jn ll!! ,I I 'Ili Q lx' S FIRST ROW- Ensign Pierce Oscar H 53 B if l . , ., , u ao, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Hill, Clyde H., 5A, Espanola, N. Mex., 2nd Lt. Smith, Wesley E., 68, Logan, Utah, 2nd Lt. Brzuchalski, Leo F., 6A, Marshall, Mo., 2nd Lt. Sandbach, Harold G., 5B, Gary, Ind., Ensign Todd, James E., 6A, Columbus, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Oliver, Victor L., 6A, Wichita, Kans., Ensign Hoying, Henry J., 68, Anna, Ohio, Ensign Fritz, Cyril J., 5A, Spangler Pa SECOND ROW E ' , .... 2 nsign Scharber, Stanley L 6A Rogers Minn Ensi n Ro e G l , ., g g rs, era d B., 6A, Quincy, Mass., Ensign Gram, Henr T., 4E, Portl cl - Y an , Ore., 2nd Lt. Chesley, Kenneth L., 5A, Newton Highlands, Mass., Etf"i5 a ass ,... -f 41 -4- . I 5 7 Y S1 ""Til. ' . . f. gif. .I , -Q-.,,, V2 52 4 eff ..', g, 5 A uw - xi.. x zllv 7 F 'wif' , ls' -5 -A , I 4-,fvr,1a,. N r, gu M--A in V Ensign Slutz, Edward J., 68, Princeton, lils., Ensign Snyder, Roy D., 6A, Haskins Ohio, Ensign Wills, Richard W., 6A, South Bend, Ind., Ensign Graham, Lawrence A. 6A, Sebastopol, Calif .... THIRD ROVV: 2nd Lt. Biondo, Edward M., 6A, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Albers, George H., 6A, Springfield, llls., 2nd Lt. Svirchev, Alexander, 6B, Flushing, N. Y., Ensign McPherson, Clarence E., 6A, Brownville, Nebr., 2nd Lt. McNamara, Edward E., Jr., 6B, Lincoln, Nebr., Ensign Lee, Robert E., 6A, Spring Grove, Minn., Ensign Noetzelman, Otto, 6A, Tacoma, Wash., Ensign Davis, Ri h d ' c ar B., 6A, Burlington, N. J. Page 223 1 I , Z D- X A .-Z .7 ,Z .'IlI"I' 'lllllllt H, 1942 X X Young Officer receives Navy Wings and first "graduation present". -.- -sf ' I y A . . ' f i M2 . Y - 1 I , d 2 P J 3 5 . . , , - . . 4 i , J 13 . T. . . , 2 gi , I . ,1,, V, V -Li J i H f i A l l l ' L f . i Z g ' I a fl ' l - - e.. -si rr,rr A. . A J Z i . l F- A FIRST ROW: E ' Ch' nsign ristian, Martin J., Jr., oA, Youngstown, Ohio, Ensign Card, Donald K., 65, Union City, Ind., Ensign Moynihan, Joseph F., 6B, Green ville, Pa., Ensign Champion, Harry K., Jr., 65, Cleveland, Miss., Ensign Dichclrry, Richard F., 6A, New Orllons, L .- E ' T' , , , ' 2 c o, nsign ipton Joseph R. 6B Caruthersville, Mo. Ensign Stewart, John H., SD, Belington, VV. Vo., Ensign Moyer, David P., 6B Pittsburgh, Po. SECOND ROW: Ensign Mitchell, Henry E., Jr., 6B Birmingham, Ala., Ensign Elg, Frederick E., 68, Bell, Calif., 1 1 Ensign Reovey, Lambert, SC, Springfield, Mass., Ensign Ross, Lee F., 6C, Detroit, Mich., Charles W. III, 6B, Pittsburgh, Pa., Ensign Kemp, Edmond D. Ensign Shilaos, Christ, 5C, Seattle, Wash. . . . THIRD ROW: Edward K., 6C, Philomath, Ore., 2nd Lt. Cannon, George Wyo,, 2nd Lt. Coleman, James F., 6B, Akron, Iowa, 2nd U- 6A, Chicago, Ills., 2nd Lt. Robinson, Robert C., 6C, Tottenville, 2nd Lt. Hilburn, John J., Jr., 6B, Rosemead, Calif., 2nd Lt. Ensign HePPen5lall sc, Seattle, wash- 2nd Lt. Nicholaidei w., isc, Cheyenne Anderson, Paul A' Staten Island, N- Y' Drewtz, William H- 6B, Detroit, Mich., 2nd Lt. Jackson, Willis S., 5C, Madisonville, Ohio- Page 224 N 1' tEP'l'EMBlili 5 il' 4 3 in D 4 ,lf I I v"'0' KJ i i . if Q , V: YN!- it sent". if N f. A , ao- , 3 iv- ,, J ' ' if iii i. I Q . f ' - 4 .-.. , . FIRST ROW, Ensign 6B, Ellendale, Minn., Gool, Charles F., SC, Ensign Lotzgesell, James H., J . 6B S r, , equim, Wash., Ensign Luce, Raymond E., 6A, Erie, Pa., Ensign Hite, Ewing, 6B, Versailles, Mo .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Gaffne , W'll' M y :lam ., 6C, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Spargo, John A., 5C, Quincy, Mass., Ensign Schertz, Adelbert R., 6A, Minier, llls Walsh, James, SA, Dorchester, Mass., Ensign Lee, Adrian S., Ensign Hubbard, W. Warren, 6B, Abilene, Texas, Ensign lronton, Ohio, Ensign Ligon, Ernest R., 5B, Corinth, Miss., :, Ensign Kramer, ' vi, E. . ,,,, Vg , . V y , V V 5 1 L J f 0 i e '- 1 . I , v I I I T 2 f , a l 4t,-..... t l J Harvey E., 6B, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Nell, Philip E., 5C, Menlo Park Calif Ensign Eidsvoog Alf 6A Minneapolis Minn Ensign Hoa land John IS I I 1 1 -I g I '1 Cranford, N. J., 2nd Lt. Stivison, Paul, 6A, Logan, Ohio , , . THIRD ROW 2nd Lt. Goff, Herbert H., 5B, Goffs, W. Va., Ensign Berger, Carroll O 6A Laureldale, Pa., Ensign Anderson, Albert A., 6A, Somerville, N. J.- Ensi n , g ord Donald P., 6B, Chicago, ills., Ensign Sherwood, Alfred D., 5B, Old Greenwich Conn., Ensign Brittell, Leroy H., 4E, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Koerber, John W 5D, Toledo, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Lally, John W., 5C, Appleton, Wisc. X," 1 uf' 1 I I 1 ieiiflfnl Wait-f Qlaldeil ,nit 275 ' avl A lit 9, H.. 7 7 1 i x ,,l FIRST ROW, Ensign Blackwell, Edwin L., 5A, indianapolis, lnd., Ensign Poe, Thomas N., 4B, Evanston, llls., Ensign Alldredge, Walter W., 6B, Long Beach Calif., Ensign Cogswell, Richard D., 6A, Lowell, Wash., Ensign Crites, Simon, Jr. 5A, Oklahoma City, Okla., Ensign Andrews, Douglas W., 6A, San Jose, Calif. Ensign Wise, John S., 5B, Newport News, Va., Ensign Walls, Worthen A., 5D Stephens, Ark .... SECOND ROW, Ensign Schornborger, Samuel B., 6B Arcadia, Calif., Ensign Tenold, Gene C., 58, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Moots, Robert J., 5B, Lamberton, Minn., Ensign Plat, David N., 6A, San Francisco, Calif., 1 I I 1 1 t l I I ' We 1 -1- 9 vs Ti" z Q N-Zn, V ,, ir!! W W I L I 'v In M if 2 A iff. If- V WN Y, V f g' 'F J xl. 5 . SI TL 1 ,ll V, i -,.. s-W' 'V i , t i A J . , A i 1 F Ensign Antle, Charles L., 5C, Petersburg, ills., Ensign Hain, Simeon J., 5B Decatur, lnd., Ensign McConnell, Allen R., 6B, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Moyer, Conrad J., 6A, Minneapolis, Minn. . . . THIRD ROW: Ensign Baltz, Donald M. 6A, El Paso, Texas, Ensign Hale, Robert M., 5C, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt Walker, Joe A., 5C, Akron, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Harris, Archibald A., Jr., 6B, California, Pa., 2nd Lt. Max, Howard S., 6A, Quaker City, Ohio, Ensign Kruger, Max C., 6B, Burbank, Calif., Ensign Premil, Robert, 6B, Gary, lnd., Ensign Nist, James A., 6B, Lakewood, N. J. 1 Page 225 ' IMEEE 25 I943 ,wx ef tr' 'E' . 'if ...ig V 1 K? Q' 'fx 3 A Exif' K- Et I , K ,F ' ' 'N" - , ' " t 0 'fl 1 x l ,Aj 'Y ,LUj.,vf-V, s I i' 3 E , I A4 , 1 Q, I , 1 5 J 1 5 I ..... . ...,,.A.., , .. ..-Q.g-, .,. , , ,nA, A sf.. I I FIRST ROW, Ensign Smith, Robert F., 6B, Shreveport, La., Ensign Gilliland, Thomas C., 5D, Portland, Ore., Ensign Culpepper, Odell B., 5C, Inverness, Fla., 2nd Lt. Darfler, Donald, 6B, Naperville, Ills., Ensign Guyot, Morel D. D., 6B, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Healy, John B., 6C, Oakland, Calif., Ensign Peterson, Cerald M., 6C, St. Edward, Nebr., Ensign Herfurth, Frederick C., 6B, Waterloo Iowa , SECOND ROW: Ensign Minick, Carol E., 6B, Statesboro, GG., Ensign Porter, Den H., 6B, Cochran, Ga., Ensign Dow, John F., 5D, Adams, Mass., SEPTEEEEE 29, 1943 Ensign Porter, Paul E., 6B, Chillicothe, Ohio, Ensign Higgins, Clarence B., Jr., 5C, Milton, Mass., 2nd Lt. Fletcher, George H., 6B, Eureka Springs, Ark., 2nd Lt, Glover, Joe M., 6B, Houston, Texas . . . THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Armagost, William I., 6B, Casper, Wyo., 2nd Lt. Fitzpatrick, Clyde E., 5D, Akron, Ohio, Ensign Stagg, Robert G., 6A, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Barlow, Frank A., 5C, Holcomb, Kans., Ensign Shroyer, William C., 6A, Strasburg, Ohio, Ensign Foshee, John T., 6B, Boaz, Ala., Ensign Perusse, Raymond E., 6B, Lynn,, Mass., Ensign McChesney, John A., 6A, Springfield, Ore. L..--. .- W J: 3 1 1 , i . . .I ,f ft ' . til I Q5 ,f A, ' 4, 7 FIRST ROW, Ensign Scott, Jalan XV., 6C, Alexardria, S. Dak., Ensign lfrcecer R0Ym0'1d -I-1 50. VVOUN'-'OtOsa. I-Wisc., Ensign Jenkins, Palmer L., 6B, CoIumEusI Ohio: Ensign Burns, John, 6A, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Ackerman, Carl B. Jr, 6A, Hartford, Conn., Ensign Shields, James E., 6A, Milwaukee, Wisc.- Elnsigd Doherty, Paul A., 6B, Canton, Miss., Ensign Sinks, Leonard E., Jr., 6B Centrala IIISAQ Ensign McCow, H. W., SC, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Renner,I Mehl BI 6B, Cedartown, Ga., Ensign Wingo, William A., 6A, Shreveport, La, Ensigg Wetzel, Joseph R., 6C, Hoquiam, Wash. . . SECOND ROW, 2nd Lt.lEngIish John J., 5C, Whittier, Calif., 2nd Lt, Link, James E., 5C, Bossvale N. Yl 2nd Lt. Peterson, Robert M., 5A, Madison, Wisc., 2nd Lt. Ferguson, James C., 6A, St. Paul, Minn., Ensign Foy, John C., 58, Missoula, Mont., 2nd Lt. scheeti P ' 3 3 2 4 2'2" . , 2 ' 5 :ff J ' f 1 . ' + . Q i I , 0, , . . . 1. l f , I f,, H if 14, My 7 , WE E c et I H ws, .2 '. . . f ' 1 I f' Wiliicm N., 5C, Canby, Oro., 2nd Lt. Baird, Dale W., 6C, Sf- James' Mmm Enslgfl Brussock, John E., 6B, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign Kelly, Gene W" 50' San Angelo, Texas, 2nd Lt. McCann, Robert E., 6C, Bridgeport, Ihio, 2nd U' Kleveff WUYne A-, 6C, Deer Brook, WISC .... THIRD ROW: 2nd U- Wade' John W" 6A, TUPGIO, Miss., 2nd l.t. Johnson, Richard C., 5C, Portland, Ofe'i 2nd Lf' MCCQWIEYI T001 E-, 6B, Omaha, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Fountain, John A" 5C' Mt. Union, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Severson, Robert E., 6B, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Johnson, Delbert W., 6C, Lowell, Wy0,, 2nd Lf, Keller' Furman H., 6C, CaIdweA, lclohof 2nd Ll' Walling' FIOYCI "T"., Jr., 6B, Kosse, Texas: Ensign Strain, Wm: Fi' 5d M'll5C'pf Texclsi Ensign Bright, Damon K., 4E, Belvidere, Ills., 2nd Lt. Stover, CIOY B" 6A' Berrien SPVIUQS, Mich., 2nd Lt. Westover, M. Marvyn, 6C, Portland, Ole' age 226 yt. ice B., lf, 'lt-I Qnrl ll Armagost, ron, Ohio, lr A., SC, gn Fosliee, ss., Ensign -0 -Z CD X 1 g 5 .ekfqa T Ensign T. W. Rose ind' t' In t ' I ica ing y acia expression the cualit of cadets llIl'l'llllllll 4, l9fl3 Mini-1 il, at ,nd ll. Wada or rc. 'rr nd ll' grail Wil. gi on FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Clark, Amil K., 4E, South Bend, Ind., 2nd Lt. Van Keuren Earl D-I Jr., 6A, Denver, Colo., 2nd Lt. Neslen, Arthur G., 65, Salt Lake City' TOIW, 2nd Lt. Gamelern, Lawrence R., 6C, St. Paul, Minn., 2nd Lt. Parker, William C., Jr., 6B, Providence, R. I., 2nd Lt. Henderson, Calvin C., 65, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Blunt, James R., 6A, Ardmore, Po., 2nd Lt. Filippo, John J., 63, Chicago, Ills., 2nd Lt. Gullickson, Loy J., 68, Billings, Mont .... SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Russell, John W., 6C, Rochester, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Glenn, Harold E., Jr., 6A, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2nd Lt. Bechkman, Charles E., 5D, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Geralts, Frank P., 4A, Chicago, Ills., 2nd Lt. Domanovsky, Paul, 6A, Kansas City, Kans., 2nd Lt. Heclce, Russell R., 68, Omaha William J., so, sesnie, vvesn., 2nd Lf. ofnetiiy, Henery, 2nd Lt. Fredenberg, Richard A., 63, Syracuse, N, Y, Ensign OIDSVQ, Carl G., 6C, Newport, Vifosh., Ensign Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Boll, Robert E., 6C, Minn-ea walter, Harry E., 6C, Denver, Colo., Ensign Dahl, Jack Ensign Beatty, Richard T., SD, Kernpton, Ind., Ensign Jacksonville, Fla., 2nd Lt. Evans, David F., 5C, Seattle, Wilfred C., SC, Marshalltown, Iowa. Page 227 5- Neor., 2nd Lt. Hermann T., 5A, Montague, Mont. . , . THIRD ROIN1 Nelson, Ralph N., 65, oolis, Minn., Ensign Fitz Vwfosh., Ensign Wheeler, F., 6C, Arcadia, Calif., Becht, Charles E., 63, 5- 2 ri -1 .' rl .If -k - ill'l'llliEli i94- , 3 i , -9 , R o V . 4 . ' a " . 1 , ' 0 .,- . K, f a , , . ' . u' i ' i I J 6 si ol, 5 ' . ' Lf Lg' , in s V ' 0 -5 1 'f' I ' J J ' 1 i 4 t ' ' 1 , i , . E I d i A . if ' ii' ' it 5 o . i FIRST RCN'-.Q Ensign Bass, Stewart, KLC, S7e.eng.fille, Nant., Ensign Niemo, Nick, QS, St, Paul, t.'.ri-., Ensign Gahcgen, Francis E., -SC, l-Wiricilzer, Po., Ensign i Matthews, Robert H., 5.-1, Sei" Q, H'-':::h., Ensign Hipp, Ralph L., 6E, Rolla, Kans., Ensign Bloomer, Jock F., CC, Fcrfigrgj, Cre., Ensign Vlilson, Forrest B., QSC, Pueblo, Cole., Ensign Ross, John M., QSC, fferiflceife, Ind., 2nd Lt. Geiger, 4 Donald NVQ 65, Cheyenne, J-'.",c. SECCND EC'-"J: Ensi n Burrows Via g , rd H., 65. Stroucislzurg, Pa., Ensign Robinson, Charles L., 65, Tampa, Fla., Ensign Wollmuth, Edmun W., -LC, i'i.'er11cl:ir, N. J., Ensign Falconer, Harry L., aB, Corpsman administering early treatment to prevent the common cold from spreading-Keeping this cadet on the ground. 'lf- . ge . ,I ir It 4 "' .i .V 4, in .IM J if V E AIVAI I is 4 X? ,il O ii 0 1,1 if i is xi ,h ' -,,. A .qv . 3 I? . L Q 1 I Porterville, Calif., Ensign Overocker, Donald J., Jr., 5C, Coldwater, Kans., Ensign Brody, Allen, 6C, Jamaica, N. Y., Ensign Northridge, Robert T., 2B, DeLand, lfln-7 Ensign Ward, Paul J., 6C, Maysville, Mo .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Molnor' Joseph N., 5C, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Manella, Philip J., 5C, Boonton, N- -JJ ' , St. Charles, Ills.- Ensign Johnson, Delfnerf 68' Ensign Burgess, Warren C., 6B Bedford, Iowa, Ensign Wolking, Harry E., 6B, Shreveport, La.: Ensign Chaney' James E., 6A, Portland, Ore., Ensign Hanson, Lyle W., 6A Blooming Prairie, Minn-5 Ensign Bakken, Kenneth W., 5D, Willmar, Minn., Ensign Hart, -John L" 6A' Seattle, Wash. Page 228 UUTUHER IL i943 mi 'NJN n cold 4, F , ., . w Henry S., 6C, Birmingham, Ala., 2nd Lt. Twito, Ronald T., 6C, Lake Mills, iowa 2nd Lt. Kuksa N'k l f - IRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Janousek, Rudolph, 58, Chicago llls- 2nd Lt Kinnebre cz, I oo , SC, Gary, lnd., 2nd Lt. Zavac, Emery W., 58, Toledo: Ohio, Ensign Murphy, Lawrence M., 68, Wilmette, llls., 2nd Lt. Kelley, Walter H., 68, Pittsburgh, Pa .... SECOND RO - ' W. Ensign Young, Rudolph P., SA, Hartford, Conn., 2nd Lt. Schneider, Robert M., 5D El Cerrito Calif Ensi n 1 1 -I Q Johnson, Vern R., 68, Chico, Calif., Ensign Gilshian, James J., 68, Newark, N. J., UUTUB R 5 1943 7 1 tv , Ensign Eastin, Robert L., 68, Truman, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Pratt, Melvin M. It ' Minn., Ensign Johnson, William J., 58 , -fi S-'gcrfxnw-nto, Calif. THIRD ROVV: 2 ' ' ' " ' nd Lt. Hey, William, Jr., oh, Balawiii Clfy, Lanz. Ensign Pender Vincent J. 4E, Glasgow, Mont., Ensign Callahan, Robert J., 58, 'N-.-4.-.1 Tori.. N., Y., Ensign Mitts, Edwin E., 58, Portland, Orig., Ensign Kelly, Daniel B., SC, You--.I llillf. l L. l., N. Y., 2nd Lt. Winchell, Kenneth H., GA, Pipit.-rrwe City, Nfelu., 2nd Lt. Lane Gail, SD, Forgan, Okla. 15i9fl Flo.: Iilvff . if 65, nel' 'fini 6h , , NO' 5- .X . . r T js ,Q . l E l X f I l " at Q FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Randall, Marvel R., 6C, Cottage Grove, Ore., Ensign Shutz, Harry E., 6C, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Snyder, Roy G., 6C, Trinidad, Colo., Ensign Thomas, John, 6C, Port Limon, Costa Rica, Ensign Scarborough, Joseph M., 63, Granville, Ohio, Ensign Woodford, John V., 6D, South Ozone Park, L. l., N- Y., Ensign Williams, John E., Jr., 6C, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Link, Stephen E., Jr., 6C, Denver, Colo., Ensign Southworth, Everett W., 6C, Foirboult, Minh., Ensign Walasek, Edwin J., 68, Omaha, Nebr. . . SECOND ROVV- 2nd l-Y. Marvin, Conway F., 68, Zumbrota, Minn., Ensign Glantz, Raymond H., 68, H ' A ' arvard, Nebr., Ensign Shoffner, James C., 68, Shelbyville, Tenn., Ensign Shull, Q5 iii gm 1... . i ' rl' , of N V i ty N i rf!" Q. 4. 9 f f f g 9 , i i cs I .X i f i ' , ' l ' l if 1 , 3 I , Norman H., 6C, Philadelphia, Fa., Ensign Johnson, Delwin E., 68, Oakland, Nebr. I f Ensign Lacy, Harold L., 68, Pasadena, Calif., Ensign Soares, Frank S., Jr., SD, San Rafael, Calif., Ensign Hcbberseft, John C., 6A, Media, Pa., Ensign Kelly, Gregory L., 40, Beverly Hills, Calif., Ensign Harris, Arthur D., -QE, Lo: Angeles Calif. . . Tl"ilRD RO"."'.'1 2nd Lt. Shields, Thomas J. 68 Chifaao Ill' 2nd Lt. VVhitner, Lyle R., Jr., 68, Rack Hill, S. C., 2nd Lf. Mihard, Stiiart O., 6A, Dorchester, Mass., 2nd Lt. Skelly, Arthur J., 6C, Hollis, L. l., N. Y.,2nd Lt. Bronden, Bernard E. V., 5D, Green Bay, Vufisc., Ensign Welsh, John D. 68 Brooklyn, N. Y., Ensign Powell, Roland D., 68, Yakima, Vt.'a3h.- Ensi n Smith , Q I Delbert M., 68, Kenosha, lfifisc., 2nd Lt. Lawhon, Vlilliam E., 6C, Los Angeles, Calif. Page 229 0 TUB R . 194' I I I 4 'ff . f wr . -0' 9 -of 5,54 3 . , rl r , 1 0 'T , - ri ' 1 tif, I. ' f", I .lil o L3 I L.- i I .. , -..-.,,,Qg The I.. . 'hill' l N 1 Ill tw ii FIRST ROW, Ensign Ringler, Robert C., 6B, Seville, Ohio, Ensign Hunt, Thomas M., 6C, Portland, Ore., Ensign Webster, Jack G., 6C, Cleburne, Texas, Ensign Concannon, Patrick J., 5C, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Richardson, Nelson W., 6A, Inglewood, Calif., Ensign Roycraft, Ernest, 6A, Lyndhurst, N, J., Ensign Baker, George K., 68, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ensign Baldwin, Charles F., 6B, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Newton, Perry E., 6C, Goreville, llls. . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Cowan, Robert E., Jr., 6B, Oxford, Ga., Ensign Jones, Alonzo G., Jr., 6B, Childress, Toms, Ensign McFaul, Mairl, 5C, Wichita Falls, Texas, Ensign Curran, Maurice T., Jr., 6A, Chicago, llls., Ensign Hollinger, Kenneth W., 6B, Blue Island, llls., UUTUH R , 1943 Ensign Nettles, William M., 6C, Portsmouth, Va., Ensign Reese, Philip F., 6A Janesville, Wisc., Ensign Seiganthaler, Charles D 6C Detroit M'h I -1 , , IC ., E ' Nichols, John, 6C, Kansas City Mo THIRD ROW Ens' S 'h nslgn , --.. , :gn mit , William J, 6C, Newark, Ohio, Ensign Reeve, Frank, 5C, New London, Conn., Ensign Graham, Ranald F., 6D, Muskogee, Okla., Ensign Noel, George F., 4E, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Griffin, Robert S., 5D, Bailey, N. C., Ensign Parsons, William l., 6A, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Johnson, Douglas W., 6C, Minneapolis Minn - Ensign Outlaw, Malcolm N., Jr., 6B, Fort Worth, Texas, Ensign Gaillaicl, John P., Jr., 65, Charleston, S. C. who FIRST ROVV: 2nd Lt. Stokes, Edward M " Jr" CSC' 57- PGUI, Minn- 2 cl Lt Scheuernlan, Mervyn T., 6C, Jefferson, Oklo-I 2nd Lt. Nichols Neal, On 6C. Berger, texas, 2nd Lt. Alford, William J. Jr 6D Norfolk VO ' 2 d Lt F, 1 , ' " ' 1 .5 I1 . Elotlman E., 6C, Houston, Texas: Ensign McGuire, Wilbur V 6C Milwaukee Vcyne, n Lt. Flinn Norman W 6B Auburn N Y ., , , ISC.: A , ' -I 1 , . ., 2nd L+.Pd - Lay.onvilIe, Calif., Ensign Ruen, Robert D., 4C, Detroit rjucrigttl, Robert L., 6C, ROI-'VZ 2nd Lt. Elias, William J., 5D, Trinidad Col E' I .... .SECOND 68, Clover, S. C., 2nd Lt. Hovore, Franklin T ,Sk CIO.: nsI9n Flenry, William D, evelmid, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Parker: Page , kl-: Mom-in C-I -lf-1 6A, Mt, Carmel llls- 2nd Lt Kline Bill 6C Tulsa' O 0 Ensign Borr, Vern l--1 63, Pollock,,S. Ddk., 2nd lit. RogerS, Robert D" FC' N- Dak., 2nd Li. Schaffhausen, Frank L., ec, sf. Paul, Minn-qE"s'9n L Richard R -, 6D, Staunton, Va .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Slmsl. Jagirij uf 65, Jackson, Tenn., 2nd Lt. Kurtz, Francis D., 6C, Los Angeles' CONT' -n wp, Lecture, Robert P., SA, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Dunn, Belford S., 6C, WIRVZI ill FII gglox Ensign Vincent, Garland C., 6C, Cedar Hill, Texas, EI1Sl9n Cookf P , 0 n tlanta, GQ.. Enmgn Drone K- Sie C 6C S ' f'eld llls En5'9" we 1 , ., , l f ii ' . Robert F., 55, cel - mg Y prmg " Ohm or Rapids, Iowa, Ensign Centa, Joseph, 5Df Borberio' 230 P--Q-W i "Hurry up Mac"-unaccustom d h e as t ey are to waiting in line for an , Y thing, these cadets manage to endure the ordeal of waiting to phone. UUTUB ll 9, 1943 'mf f f f f-f ' i 1, N 1 ., ,f ' X X ff. ff , , W, 4. -.. g ,, 1 " if , .' aff. " ,, ,,,, ,,, f 4, 5 f f 1 ff f 1 1, 1 7 Z W X f if' C' W 4 1 74 ' , , 1. 1 , , 4 f' 537.52 ' , . i . I 'fn Q . M " :,v,, r ,fff 4 , J ,W V' , ff' if ,W f V , 1. I 'ff .MALAY- riresr Row 2m-i Lt N Alex d 1 . .cDonald, Arthur J., oA, Bozeman, Mont,, Ensign Church, Umhan er S., 6D, Springfield, llls., 2nd Lt. Neff, Victor L., 5D, SGH l-like CWY1 3 I 2nd LL' JUVUGS1 Lawrence A., 6C, Poison, Mont., Ensign Hein, JOLW E-1 53 Un Prairie Wk , ' Wane 1 'QC-, 2nd Lt. Metheny, Robert A., SD, St. Joseph, MO.: EUSIQU l-Ove 2nd Lf' H-166, Si. Paul, Minn., 2nd Lf. odeii, James E. iii, sc, New York, N. Y-I Known Bf3r'91 Marvin L., 6C, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Sharp, E. Jackson, 63, JI e OMG, emi -... SECOND Row. Ensign Maynard, Dole Lf 65' Billings' 6D " E"S'9H Phillips, Francis B., SD, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Wentworth, George H., D, Warre gb , . . ' Mme' ll UVQ, Ills., Ensign Warwick, Carl E., 6D, Sl. PCIUl, Minn., Ensign son, Ralph H., 6C, Thornpzon Falla, Mont., 2nd Lt. Sneed, John F., Jr., 6C, Oklahoma City, Okla., 2nd Lt. Smith, George H, 6B Mont omer Ala . , ng y, ., Ensign Chute, Alfred L., 6B, Mt. Lakes, N. J., Ensign Basil, Albert, 6B, Minne- apolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Newcomb, Arthur P., Jr., 6C, Oakland, Calif .... THIRD ROW- 2nd Lt. Surratt, Jean G l2D Charlotte N C Ensi n Kauenback , -1 1 1 - -I 9 1 James F., 58, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Look, Park P., 5D, El Paso, Texas, Ensign Seymour, William O., Jr., 5C, Monroe, N. C., Ensign Jaussi, Ferdinand G., SD, Paris, Idaho, Ensign Smeehuyzen, Alfred S., 6B, St. Louis, Mo., 2nd L Loras J., 5B, Dubuque, Iowa, Ensign Kelly, Thomas H., 68, St. Louis, Moz, Ensign Hanson, Harold G., 6C, Tuscola, llls., 2nd Lt. Shugart, Patrick L., 6B, Atlanta, Ga. t. Keegan, Page 23l Cadets learn about water s atety devices. The Dilbert Dunker is a cockpit complete with all safety straps from which the pilot must tree himsell ' I if X v,,.. .. U J 5 i Lf 1, xi' '51 .Ar 5,1 1 . M mf" Wi, ,fir 'NJ l 1 f l If 5 'W' V I 3 1 . , l i l g , , 3 ' A i " 5 i it , lfll i ' A it 5 ' l egit? Zhhf f l E' 0 AVHUQTOU l'lei9l"'fSf lllS.: Ensign Corbett, Charles M., 6C, Canton, Ol'll0i Petzar, George M., 6C, Pottstown, Po., Ensign Putnom, Alvie, 6A, Corvallis, 56' Ensign Holland, James K-I 68, Highland, Kons., Ensign Kerr, Robert Wkgowj Detroit, Mich., Ensign Flynn, H. Leo, 6C, Portland, Ore ..-. THIRD kj' 2nd Lt. Harrison, Carlos D., Jr., 6B, Atlanta, GCI., EnSi9n Jamison' 'lag six 631 Ffedeflckf Ol4lC1.: EnSign Barnard, James F., 5B, lnCliCInC1P0ll5f lnd'5 Zhi Keyes, R0Ym0fid H., 68, Tcimpo, Fla., Ensign McCullough, Arlie M.,.5Cf Hvfffs BJ lOW0f Ensign Wheeler, Walter E., 6D, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign White, Chare D 65' Ukhfield, lllS.: Ensign Wade, Ules S., 6B, Manes, Mo., Ensign R09e"5f James I' 65, Lomax, llls., Ensign Reid, Robert E., 6B, Gary, Ind. Page 232 l X I . 8.14 , l cplf l elf. J IHZTUB ii 3, 1943 4 "WW FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Justice Robert F., 6C, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Sander, Gerald W., 6A Seattle Wash l 4 J 4' V -.a Q s --Q4 , William J., 6B, Coleman, Texas, 2nd Lt. Helm, Ensign Graham, William J., 6C, Chattanooga, Tenn., Ensign Dudley, Virgil E., Jr., 6D, Karval, Colo., 2nd Lt. Wellin J h H. 6 g, o n , B, Whitney, Nebr., Ensign Hoop, Louie B., Jr., 6D, Coscilla, Miss., 2nd Lf. Stokes, Jay A., 6C, Brigham, Utah . . llll'l'llll li l3, 1943 ,, . 7.1, Aff'-5 0 , 'v- 0 6 J SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Serdar, Kenneth L., 6C, Gurnee, ills., 2nd Lt. Wasley Richard, 6C, Skokie, llls., 2nd Lt. Barash, Milton D., Jr., 6B Seattle Wash Ensign McLin, Charles T., 6C, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Lemmon, Clihton M: 6C, Porter, Wash., 2nd Lt. Miller, George L., 6C, Kansas City, Kons., 2nd Lt Ch hh' ' urc ill, John, Jr., 6B, New York, N. Y., Ensign Walters, James H., 5B Mexico, Mo. v 'V' 1 f are Yu . if f . 3 i I f 1 r ,fn I. FIRST ROW, 2nd l.t. Miller, Lewis'L., 6D, Burlington, Okla., Ensign Kelly, Albert P., 5D, Forrest Hills, N. Y., Ensign Miklebost, Stanley M., 6C, Denver, Colo.- 2nd Lt. Autrey, Frank E., 6D, Miami, Fla., Ensign Edwards, John M., 6D Norfolk, Va., Ensign Dobbins, Charles H., 6D, Jackson, Ohio, Ensign Bundy Ll0YCl W-, 5D, Canton, Ohio, Ensign,Albert, Walter H., 6A, Braintree, Mass., Ensign Patch, Anthony E., 6C, Alberton, Mont., Ensign Harper, William F-, 6A, Arcadia, Calif .... sEcoND Row. zna Lf. Burroughs, Philip T., 6C, Oakland, Calif., Ensign Heekin, William D., 6D, Maryville, Mo., Ensign BGQYVSHI James O., 6C, Louisville, Ky., Ensign'Schmidt, Warren, 6C, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Gould, John Jr., 6C, St. Paul, Minn., Ensign Roccaforte, Nicholas J., 6D, 1 1 I i il llil 1 . l 4 4 V ,. f . . KM K ., f . .,. r I - " ' . s,. ' ' t , l . . Houston, Texas, Ensign Walker, Howard T., 6D, Suffolk, Va., William B., 6D, Jacksonville, Fla., Ensign Bauer, Richard J., 6D, 2nd Lt. Davis, El Paso, Texas, Ensign Winningham, Isaac C., 6D, Baytown, Texas . . . THIRD ROW- 2nd Lt Anderson, Billy, Jr., 6C, Olathe, Kans., Ensign Weldon, Albert J., TSD, Port Arthur, Texas, Ensign Cross, John T., 5B, Red Lodge, Mont., Ensign Putman Oather H., Jr., 6C, Birmingham, Ala., Ensign Burke, Arthur M., 6A, Pasco, Wash.i Ensi n Hilb'sh R b t D ' - ' g i , o er ., 5D, Akron, Ohio, Ensign Sathre, George T., 6C, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Coty, William G., 6B, Hot Springs, N. C., Ensign Buzbee, Robert T., 5D, Abilene, Texas, 2nd Lt. Harmer, Harold P., 6C, Whittier, Calif. Page 233 I l t l l UCTUBEH 3, 1943 T' itll ill llliQl .I M' ef i ff A - .- .. .4 I . ng ..". FIRST ROW, Ensign Skinner, Charles E., 6D, Topeka, Kans., Ensign Lune, Bcniamin F., 6D, Mullins, S. C., Ensign McCoy, John A., Jr., 6D, Alto, La., Ensign Manz, Rudolf, 6C, Wichita Falls, Texas, 2nd Lt. Davis, Albert P., 6C, Lo: Angeles, Calif., Ensign Marshall, George L., 6D, Martinsburg, W. Va., Ensign Whelan, Charles N., 6B, Washington, D. C., Ensign deLonguille, Kenneth W., 68, Milwaukee, Wisc., 2nd Lt. Lee, W. F., Jr., QD, Lindsay, Okla .... SECOND ROW, 2nd Lt. Lelioivre, Edward N., 6D, Baltimore, Md., Ensign Andrews, Robert L., 68, Cla, Mich., Ensign Boman, Ray L., 6C, Lewiston, Utah, Ensign Kyes, John K., DYE, . - 0 'sn- TE' ii V Nil' 0 of 'vs 0 M 0 tx. L tx 4D, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Rynearson, Glenn O., 5D, Logansport, lnd., Ensign Powell, Murphey D., Jr., 5D, Lithonia, Ga., Ensign Houser, James H., Jr., 6D, Wilmington, Dela., Ensign Bistodeau, James L., 6B, Minneapolis, Minn ..,, fl THIRD ROW, Ensign Burch, James W., 6D, Washington, D. C., Ensign Divell, I Roy R., Jr., 6D, San Clemente, Calif., Ensign Ridinger, Vernon R., 6D, Christians. burg, Va., Ensign Green, Charles T., 6D, Birmingham, Ala., Ensign Raymond, il' John E., 6B, Kansas City, Ma., Ensign Payne, Thair J., 6C, Ogden, Utah, ' Ensign Hooper, Jack C., 6C, Ogden, Utah, Ensign Byers, Keith R., 6B, Omaha, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Kerr, Kerwin D., 6C, McMinnville, Ore, UUTUHEH 16, 1943 T U .I I ' 4 l 'V' ,1,'i:f.i:',2 15.5. 3 , l 5 "' fa 'V' . V' ,Y f rf ul , . l I i I . i Q , . 'i . .,f' 'ii ' I V l 1 g i A l 3 2 f '1 J Q 3 'i 2 ga i .nat r.L,-- ind Lt xvilzon Robert M 6C N ' ' ' -, , crth Platte Nebr. Emi Alb " 1. ..,,, . . ' " gn I ertinl, Peter J., f. , Hai een. Conn.: Ensign Metier, Tom J., QED, Vxlilsall, Mom, Ensign Burns, Bart J., of, Chicago, ills., Ensign Fette, John H., 6D Connell! I M Llc, Po., Ensign Edwards, Gerard H,, 6,41 Bohimore Md, Ensign Dobb i R'h d A. 53 Lf.-C R -11... - ' " 5' I W ic or , -s, .. C , ....,,., Ensign Gray, Chgrles J., 5C, Gow' Ind.: Ensign I 1 l F L 2 we . , . 'VV Q ! i 9' -W 1. f," 0 'VJ l 5, , , . V 1 i iz ' 3 T 3 V .9 ' Afflwff John K-, 6B, Portland, Ore. . . . SECOND ROW, Ensign Huff, D0m"d,R" CSA' COIUSU, Cfllif-: Ensign Goodpasture, Joseph H., 6C, Newport, Wash.: E'f5'9" Shearer, JCUT195 E-, 6C, Seattle, VVash., Ensign McGehee, Garland M., 5Df Valllonl' Ol4l0-: Ensign Jones, Carleton T., 5C, Maplewood, Mo.: Ensign Woodburn, Edwin C., 6D, Park Hall, Md., Ensign Turner, Vincent E., oA, Madison, Conn" 2nd Ll- BlXbYf Walter E., 6D, Minneapolis, Minn. Page 234 Ensign , 60, Jivell, .tions- nonrl, Utah, who, T 4' 0 1- ff! ' Z Q55 r 4x4 f i Q ef lk Last Bull Session as Cadets. These men, after lO a.m., become Officers. Note G. l. Towels and linen that will be Turned in after graduation UUTUB R 16, 1943 KV' i e x 'fi' - R ez wr' s e li 3 S 50 it ' 5 l A . J S t . 5, 3 T. Q is it 1 s Q i 5 3 , l ' i 3 if FIRST ROW: Ensign Damon, Joe H., 6C, Everett, Wash., Ensign Ault, Robert H., 6A, Fort Wayne, ind., Ensign Head, Virgil W., oA, Texarkana, Texas, 2nd Lt. Leutz, Charles R., Jr., 7A, South Orange, N. J., 2nd Lt. Sullivan, Bryan E., 7A, Jackson, Miss., Ensign Workman, Rush, 5A, Louisa, Ky., Ensign Rogers, James W-1 6C, Tacoma, Wash., Ensign Allred, George H., 6D, Washington, D. C., Ensign Crozier, Charles L., 6D, Robinson, llls., Ensign Crandall, Ralph G., 6C, Ogden, , . , MVR, .1-.. J, T Q, 5 ' 'A' ix S ,V S 5 if v I X Q 3 s , l l i li l A QQ .Mei ima me. ,... M. Utah . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Gatton, Donald L., 6C, Pawnee, llls., Ensign Shelton, Kenneth A., 6D, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ensign Newell, Floyd A., 6D, Spokane, Wash., Ensign Binsack, Harry W., Jr., 6D, Vtlest Hempstead, L. I., N. Y., Ensign Lucas, James C., 6C, Wilton, Ala., Ensign Wilce, John W., Jr., 6D, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Rippen, Alvin L., 5D, Bladen, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Davis, Judson, 68, Holland, Mich., Ensign Tompkins, Lewis A., 6B, Cuba, llls. Page 235 1 1 Gfff 1. ., , "',, " .. I I I it I I I i II is n l II 3- H5 an ,.I- IIIITIIIIEII 20, 1943 Reading Room in Cadet Recreation Mess. and best known magazines are available. A fine selection ot the latest 'TL W '52 A we' .A'rf t' '.. J ' 7 V .g 1 af, A ' Q , , ii 'W ' I lf' E' . i E .Sn an ,Q , .:AA, 1, ,Q 9 Ss., Q, "" ' W-1 ' K lil -1-. ,. v ' I Y t' N' 3' F V.I' I I J FEYNEQ Enliglg--??3i?S,:ut.'illlOf'T1.G-, S-Qzify.. Che, Ensign Manolakis, 7A, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Tack, Charles J., 6D, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Ritchggf qigieibr Era:I0v.,J , ph K.: lfnlxign lnnller, Harry M., 6D, Chester, S. C., Chester G., 6C, Sacramento, Calif., Ensign Murnighan, Thomas J., Jnizowg l kk 'E ,WPS 'hf End U Gffflwm, Byron Jr., 613, Albany, N. Y., 2nd Lt, O'Dette, ohm v., 50, Braham, Minn .... THIRDC SD .ig -nnxigri' awe! io In L., lee. Leven, ,',mqr.,, .2nd Lt. Wagner, 2nd Lt. Birney, Malcolm M., 7A, Kittanning, Pa., Ensign Butler, Ralph -, fer, Qgdi' P 'I' gil It "'ME'g, " 'sn fo U'F""OOd7' Chmfcs R-1 ZH- HOUSYSJH, Texas, Tornpkinsville, Ky., Ensign Sateren, Donald P., 6C, Brandon, Minn.: En5'9." Fiscf Robert' Co ccf- L M? Etccplo 'fowl En5'9n Whlfe, William W., 6D, Auburn, Wash., Ensign Stevenson, James E., 6D, Rhodhlssf, ' J" E r ., e, .N se ., , .Faq rnsrgn, e rens, I-nl!-on H., 6C, Cezad, Nebr., Ensign Stevens, Joseph M., 6D, Fayetteville, Ark., Ensign Koester, Oliver -1 nsngn Sprawls, Irving L., C-, 'ca-rerst:eL:, Cant., Ensign Kimball, Edgar H., Jr., 6D Hazel C I . ' ' Page 236 rest, Ils., Ensign Lyons, Angus, Loughlim, 6C, Mt. Vernon, N- Y- IQJ-i latest L 'l ll UUTUBER 0, 1943 -5. ,f is 'U-V I 'V' , 1 J 9 , , , U ' ,, ' f 'vi f:,i. 4 v- .sx 1559 is. rl., FIRST ROW: Ensign Heid, Robert S., 6D, Strasburg, Ohio, Ensign Panella, Leonardo, Jr., 6D, Newton Upper Falls, Mass., Ensign Thorson, Harold E., 6C Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Ziska, Richard W., 6C, Denver, Colo., Ensign Hatfield, Roy V., Jr., 6C, Roseburg, Ore., Ensign Morshare, Robert N., 7A, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Andrews, Ellis Douglas, 6D, Pensacola, Fla., Ensign Spence, Jack R., 6B, Portales, N. Mex., 2nd Lt. Olson, James R., 5A, Evanston, llls .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Kinder, Donald W., 6A, Aberdeen, S. Dak., Ensign Wade, William G., 6D, Lillie, La., Ensign Hebbler, Charles E., 5A, Higginsville, Mo., Ensign Hatch, UUTUB R 9 3 i il ,. Ist if l' .vi I 'L T ' Q xi . t .S V , , A, . 1 , 1, ,A A , ft. 5 , - , v B 1 N 1 ...'. a "' f A "" T Q N .i . .- s , I T l ' . s L . 0 ' Bernard L., 6D, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Brown, Merritt J., 7A, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ensign Cole, Muryl R., 6C, Balfour, N. Dak., Ensign Kalal, Ralph F., 6D Riverside, llls., Ensign Cellar, Murrin R., 7B, Worthington, Ohio . . THIRD ROW: Ensign Katica, George F., 6A, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Wachsmuth George F., 6B, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Park, James R., 6D, Los An eles, Calif. 9 Ensign Crow, Paul B., 6C, Garden City, Kans., Ensign Simpson, James C., 6B Philadel h' P .- E ' ' p ia, a, nsign Wayler, Warren W., 7A, Brooklyn, N. Y., Ensign Heule Franklin I., 6C, lvalda, Ga., Ensign Housiaux, Donald D., 6D, Waterown, S. Dak. Ensign Paxton, William H., Jr., 7A, Montclair, N. J. X , r li, I ii,,.i-TTUUF' S . X 3 milf., N1 -W i if i f S 1 . FIRST ROW: Ensign Brankey, Edward T., 6C, Chicago, Paul, Jr., 6C, Weston, W. Va., Ensign Collins, Forrest M., 7A, Colville, Wash., Ensign Fronczek, Chester, 6C, Chicago, llls., Ensign Irwin, Bruce J., 7A, Spencer, lowa, 2nd Lt. DeLaCroix, William L., 5C, Hamilton, Ohio, Ensign Blevins, Laccie W., 6C, Stearns, Ky., Ensign Yarashes, Vincent, 7A, Luzerne, Pa .... SECOND ROW: Ef1Sign Wirtz, Howard A., 6C, Montclair, N. J., Ensign Garber, Martin W., 6D, Kennewick, Wash., Ensign Bates, William F., 6D, North Little Rock, Ark., Ensign Patterson, Wesley F., 6D, Philadelphia, Pa., 2nd Lt. Garrett, William H., 6B, llls., Ensign Butcher, Y 'Y' Marlin, Texas, Ensign Veeneman, James R., 6C, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Hawken, Charles J., 6D, Rochester, N. Y., Ensign Goodall, Arthur R., 6D, Westfield, N. J., Ensign Cook, Richard E., 6C, Great Falls, Mont. . THlRD ROW: Ensign Garrick, Ralph H., 6D, Norway, S. C., Ensign Arnett, Joseph, 6D, Tellico, Tenn., 2nd Lt. Haynes, Lawrence E., 7A, McPherson, Kans., 2nd Lt. Beal, Samuel G., 7A, Little Rock, Ark., Ensign Hoover, James T., 6C, Oklahoma City, Okla., Ensign Campbell, Paul R., 6D, Loudon, Tenn., 2nd Lt. Dunfee, Paul G., 6C, Brldgeton, N. J., 2nd Lt. Carty, Richard C., 7A, West Haven, Conn. Page 237 1 I I ru V -5 if 'ff .S-:Qi gnaw A ff' X - if . Y x 5 I fx I 5' :af wa '- , . . Q, n K v., 7 A ' - x, .- " . 'lx ..- 'Y v " Y xv ..N4 0 N wr . xr fa X, U U . 'lltlii 'YUYUNIWLIQ ? U Q 5 o Q A I Q elif- . . .-.........-f , AZZA . ,., ,f. --"1y - f ' . 4:j ' A W " , - fl v . f iz - V , , .Q , 1 2" . I O O I O Y ...V i 1 , , U new I., rl: . i., I, N I., C,, Weds 4:rs., an W, Ensign L., .. iii Close up at cadets enioying toad and drink at their own grill. IIIITIIB It , 1943 4.411-X-1'--L..f :IGI lofi, ,ifl ,1 Tgf. FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Brown, Theodore A., 7A, Columbus, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Stender, Beffwfd -I-1 5D, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Bennett, Darrell C., 6C, Hamburg, Iowa- E"5'9r1 Kratochvil, L. Glen, 5B, Highland, Wisc., Ensign George, Albert L., 7A CQIL-Imbus, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Elias, George H., 6D, Lincoln, Nebr., Ensign Ledyard Gilbert C., Jr., 6D, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Hibbetts, Robert S., Jr., 6C, McAllen, Text'-15: Ensign Sharpe, Fenton R., 6A, Bellingham, Wash., 2nd Lt. Floyd, JOCIK H-1 7A, Independence, Kans., 2nd Lt. Gobel, Frederick M., 6B, Washington, D. C. - A . SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Seitz, Charles E., Jr., 6D, Blacksburg, Va., 2nd I-f. Parson, Lloyd J., 7A, Sheridan, Mo., 2nd Lt. Parry, Wilfred L., 7A, g0fgbFrancisco, Calif., 2nd Lt, Paczulla, Carl D., 7A, Westmont, N. J., 2nd I-t. 0 'nS1 Robert Jr., 6D, Spokane, Wash., 2nd Lt. Griffin, Samuel J., 7A, 1 1 1 Fort Worth. Texas, 2nd Lt. Mobley, Max Breeden, 7A, Hermleigh, Texas, 2nd Lt Rivers, Richard, 7A, Pittsburg, Tenn., 2nd Lt. Bourke, William E., 6C, Indianapolis lnd., 2nd Lt. Arceneaux, Arthur J., 6D, Gramercy, La., 2nd Lt, Baker, William O. 6D, Birmingham, Ala .... THIRD ROIN: 2nd Lt, Higgins, Morton W., 6D Indianapolis, Ind., 2nd Lt. Randell, James W., 6D, Tuscola, llls., 2nd Lt. Pickens James, Jr., aD, Seattle Vifash- 2nd Lt Fildes Paul R 7A Wes in ton S rin 1 -1 1 1 -1 1 5 Q P Q5 S, Dak., 2nd Lt. Sanderson, Freddie L., Jr., 7B, Lyons, Kansf 2nd Lt. Gordon Douglas B., oA, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Grauerholz, Merton D., 7A, Kensington, Kans., 2nd Lt. Ueckert, Alfred F., Jr., 6D, Vickery, Texas, 2nd Lt. Knowles, John R., 6C, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. DeLaughter, George D., Jr., 7B, Texarkana, Texas, 2nd Lt. Trayser, Kenneth A., 7B, East Orange, N. J. Page 239 1 1 1 1 I . X 2 111. X 1 I' l ill!! l ix ,X 1 i X z Z .li i 4 1 1 l 1 . f 4 H.,--2 J, ' in . 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Z V..,C,,'i Ensign VEDOVCI l-0'-1415 V-I -ll'-, 63, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Boeker, Ervin L., 7141 Swiuianz Bcchclmann, Joseph 5, I ' ' .'- Ensicn Clinton Thomas F 7-U S' Dalai Enslgn Carter' John Wi, 78, Portland, Oreli Ensign shellmgtolnl Idaho: '.'..qi:.eQ, 113-5. Sillxj :Q ., gn img, ,fcrccel 73 CWM1' If H-Z Jf-, 7A,.Norris1own, Pa., Ensign Morris, Stewart E., 6Af. Decoijen W., Ensign Bryant, William S., QD, L,,,:,C:k, Ensign Mcmn Frgrgic., Ensign Baldwin, Robert H., 6D, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Elshire, RDF emanl Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Sheen, James W., 75, Minnespolis Minn- Ensign 7Af Omaha, Nebr., Ensign Smith, Clinton L 6B Jackson Miss., Ensign V9 John E., Jr., 6D, Norberth, iPhiladelphia, Ea. I I Page 240 X , f. 6 w........ ,, W . ,,,A ,, i,Qq - E Q i ' i 5 A -, 1 .,, . ' 1 if ' V Q rv avi QQ-Q, '73 '- Y W, -f v 1 0 . a ' ' . . 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I0lllll'lllllli , 1943 I I I I I i ,I I I, E I. si Il I I It I FIRST ROVV, Ensign Faegenburg, Merrill H., 6D, Philadelphia, Po., Ensign At- Minn., Ensign Applegate, Robert Milton, 6C, Medford, Ore.f 2nd Ll' Wilson' kas, Paul J., Jr., 7B, Seymour, Conn., Ensign Wilkinson, Robert A., 6C, Fairfield - ll.: Gilbert R., 7B, Cozaddale Ohio- Ension Darby Russell E. 7C Belvidere, I5 f . . ' ' U . ' . ' ' W, iss, Well- Mont., Ensign Jozefowicz, Raymond J., 68, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Bates, Edwin J., Ensign While' Robert El' 78' ST' Cloud' Mmm: Enslgn Bull, Galen At ka Okla., . . ,. . . man, Iowa . . . THIRD ROW, Ensign Folsom, Oscar, Jr., 6D, 0 I 7C, Osburn, Ohio, Ensign Arenson, Raymond L., 6C, Benicia, Calif., Ensign Sa- 2 d Lf C0 ed CIW I H 7B H If N C 2nd Lt Rummel John A., 7A, n . e, r ., , , . ., - I - renpa, Donald A., 7B, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Miller, R. Elmer, Jr., 6B, Hel pp 9 G es alex - E . ena, Mont., Ensign Richter, Glen E., 7B, Mt. Carroll, llls., 2nd l.t. Kindellil Wm Oklahoma City, Okla., Ensign Gallaugher, Daryl L., 6B, Marysville, Wash., Ensign S., 75, Rockfofdf lll5'f Ensign Anchors' Francis: 6D, SCIVOHDCIII, Ga., Ensign A SKAFGPI ' illiam J., 7C, Detroit, Mich., 2nd Lt. Jenkins, Mark W., 73, Bclhmfpreg nsign Sanderson, Veriel E., 6D, Yakima, Wash., Ensign Hedges, Francs " Port Washington, N. Y. Hixon, Dean F., 7A, Fredonia, Kans. . , . SECOND ROW, Esign Butler, Donald L., 6D, Norfolk, Va., Ensign Adams, Nathaniel J., W 7A, Boise, Idaho- Ensign E Borello, A. F., 6A, San Benito, Texas, Ensign Persson, Allan C., 7A, klirginia, Page 244 I , A 1 sw. ,, '50 1 J , 9. ,A 2' , 1 .. . . r, ,',,, , 'ef A H b Qlffw W V fl'-f ' Q f. 4' 4 0. 'Z 4, L 4 1, Qf A ak? 4 , A Y f " " ' ,,,, -' Q -. ,, , 12624-SMB 5 4 l N M3552 Y Y Af- : ' . YQ Q ' ' As, ' - - " ' .f Qs -fd g ' E ' ' Y Pefl 3 - ' ' t ' 5 ' ' ' . I ., , , A U v fgfglqi F st' - V xr .V Q V .7 v 3 0 v 4 . F ' ,E 0 0 0 V 6 . . . 1 0 o 4 n 0 , X su e D V 0 ' . . . . . . . ' . ' g o . 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Q., 74 7 ,, 7,5 JK 'Y' ' 5 5, 0 A -,gf an 4, if e ,, ' " r r. , grww.. x.. CETCUQC, Q Robert r T i merry, Vidar, l tnsign Emile, Akron, Cl: Donald L,i1 Ensign lleailc' ik +1 41 Ectntous Runner gives an "up", Ensign Campbell Kane, who broke the ' Big Ten record for The half-mile, The vvorld's record lor the l,000 yard is 4 run and Tied world's record for The half mile, is cn graduate of N.A.T.C., ovriiinin , 1943 igveffr l gil. iAglllVl lilglgfi JW if'r'-- lle K" 1' lf T l i Thniasr ROW: 2nd Lf. Ah! M i 'ii w ' M .- 2 d Lf. wi amos R-I 6A, Chicago, Ills., 2nd Lf. Tinkham, James W., 6C, Minneapolis, Minn., 2 Mrid U' Long' LeSler W., 6C, Akron, Colo., Ensign Titus, Robert L., 6D, Bemidii, 'mi-1 Ensign Maghan, Claude W., 7AI Corpus 2nd Lt. F 60 M' . . Wh., 2nd Lt. Southwick, Arlo E., 6C, Blue Island, llls ..., SECOND ROW: Amb Pfd, Mansfield M., 6D, CharlesTon, W. Va., 2nd LT. Kozel, Alexander, ' "'d99f PG-1 2nd Lt. Detmering, Carl S., 6C, Toledo, Ore., 2nd Lt. Greene, John L., 6D, Lilbourn, Mo.g 2nd LT. Mclnfosh, Norman H., 6C, lda Circle, lowa Ensign Hilsabeck, David B., 78, Holdrege, Neon, 2nd Lt. Peterson, Phillip A, 6D, Jamestown, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Boudreou, Russell J., 65, Cambridge, Maze. . . THIRD ROVV: 2nd LT. Pinkerton, Ralph J., aC, Sebring, Chic, 2nd Lt. Word Charles C., 7A, Troy, Ala., 2nd Lt. Smalley, Charles F., aC, Norman, Okla, 2nd LT. Paige, Phillip C., oA, Petaluma, Calif., Ensign Moelter, Fred J., 7B Terre Haute, Incl., Ensign Hedrick, Howard R., 7A, Astoria, Ore., Ensign Bourgeois William A., 6D, Good Hope, Lo., 2nd Lt. Alexander, Robert A., 6D, Des Moines Iowa, 2nd Lt: Pruitt, Kenneth J., 6C, Spokane, V'!ash. Page 247 , Hu X ff :G , M ,,-ff" , ' ,.2" ' Q, A-'xx Q I fum 3' I w, W. .- Y H 4 If ' I M 1' I fl sv :ill 0 117.397 fi 'W ,, if M ,, fzf . E33 5 s. 1 W U I in- ws' 'V 'dr U ff A A ' Y " V f QW 1" 32, LL e A '- - E 'A I3 2 gg Q Q I . ' ,V MW' , . 0 Q . , l 5.1 0 . V A U 9 0" ly, . , U . 'I 1 t ' . 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Barney, 7B, Corinth, f-Aisa,, Ensign Fisher, Floyd A., 7C, Shevlin, Minn., Ensign Edwards, Leroy J., 7C, Superior, V-Jyo .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Richards, Cyril, 7C, Park 'e , NUVEMHER 13, 1943 i Ll: l.,.-,o. .O Ridge, llls., Ensign Lester, William S., 7A, Loncmont, Colo., Ensign Ackerman Arthur P., 7B, Ontario, Ore., 2nd Lt. Cleary, Thomas B., Jr., New Orleans, Lq, Ensign Andrews, Fred R., 6B, Ossining, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Larche, Beverly J., 7C Kennett, Mo., Ensign Scarborough, Charles N., 7C, Okmulgee, Okla., 2nd Lt, Dormandy, Ray H., 7A, San Jose, Calif, FINDI ROW, Ensign Wattenberger Robert MCH - 1 -, 7B, L k ' . ' . , , , it Longley' Thom B-I 70' Bfwkfield, Mo., Ensign spain Mfufiflml Coil" Emgn EWS" W"m'9f Jusffn H-I 75, Oshkosh, wise., Ensign Woods' HW?" l" 32 iicifc' N' J' Ensign Jackson' Fffmfis O., ro, son hem.-,fdinls loci-il' lQOF?'e' Spfingffeldf HIS-f Ensign Hemmings, Norman R., 6A, S+. Paul, Minn-f E"s'9'Z,ll"'iic' il 0 mn' John E", 75, Emffofr IHS., 2nd Li. Brandenburg inc 'JE nslgn Robe" E-1 69 Springfield, llls. . . . Ti-HRD Row. Ensign Jvvnesf SW" Mann' f. Dcfllfjs' Temff E'15'9'1 BOHGY, William R., Jr 7B Ford h I mes " 7C' Sprlnglleldf Ofe-2 2nd Lt. Compton Floyd E 7B St Joseph Mo.: Ensign Hoifm I ii ?Nilliam L., 7B, Nlangham, La. SECOND now, ZT1de'LtLOgtelieILsl9I?l Stokes, John B., 7C, Kansas City, Mo., Einsign MoCormick., Louis IL., 7C, Deatrehanllgzf JA, Ann Arbor, nfnclu.-, 2nd Lt. Kline, Robert J., 7D, LaGrange 1115. Ensg jyd QA., 2nd Lt. Montgomery, Rodney E., Jr., 7C, Norfolk, Nebn, 2nd Lt. Moss,'JacHerI: ames H., 7C, Vdasltington, D. C., Ensign Uehling, Donald Afgn CL? Y, 7C, McCook, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Lammers, Edward A., 7D, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign 2 , , on, isc., Richard E,, 613, Washington, D' C' Page 250 I r 1-39.1 .f' - 5' -T? J l cr- X X V Lx gm, K- . Ackerman, suns, lr, ly J., 76, f 1 2nt'l ll, .v, - SNB rcccivcs rr chock-up nt the lrlriiiitlinir f'-ixisint UVEHBEH IX, l9l3 nm fir rlf FIRST ROVV: 2nd Lt. Webb, N-Villiam C., Jr., -Q r-:-f':" ' ind Lf. :nsign acatyal, Pninp L., 2 '1.":':', :naign Katya, floyd L., fd, Hemmingson, James "L"., 75, Dallas Texas- 2nd Lt. Petlxas, Nick, "E H:.:':' 5 17 iz Q' 1 gg. 2nd Lt. f, John, 75. Qf."g In arf, 1.5 Enzign Texas, 2nd Lt. Tucker, Eugene S., 7.4. East Rcgkqi.-.3-. N. F., 2nd Lt, Vlnipple Tnibsdeau, Arthur L., Jr., 71 fL"' '.':::. 7' 92 525.2 Ensign Vlhite, Frederic P., 7A, Portland, Ore, 2nd Lt. Klopfenstein, Victory J., 'S 55" egg' Stew-:rr F., 'L I- 1251 g.f Ens.gn flock, Reb-5-re W,, 7,1-, Q-, DQ, , .'.""., lllS-: Ensign Richards, Martin, 75, Dayton. Chic: 2nd Lt. Mathews, Jack A., 75 Ensign du .H 5-, Jack F., 72 . ..,--ea, gg, Ensign Thornpgon, Robert M., FOY9tteville, Ark., 2nd Lt. Ballard, James P., 75, ,hilgfl f: i-fx. SEQCN-I -Q We eie. 2nd Lt, Ancre, :dffsrd l.., 72, E LLLZ, 'efzzp ENUQH CVOJY, ROW: 2nd Lt. Johnson, Gordon A., 7,-X. Seattle lhgsrt- 'Znd Lt. Moon, Charles G., William E., Jr., ji -3-e 'Q' "- Fnsign O Bryant, Julian Vi., 72, QL' F"z"z, 7C, Wilntette, llls., 2nd Lt. Husted, Ralph W., 7C Flrigtn N. -., Ensign Obenour, vifli Ensign Reichrncn, Hs rd, 72 it:-' ,', T.. J., Ensign Smith, Glenn Gevrge W., 78, San Jose, Calif., 2nd Lt. Hughes, Edmund E., Jr., 7C ?':"r':n: 'Q 'ieag 4':. Page 25l .w.- fi TWV- ,,,,.... , ---rf ,,.,. ..., , -- i ,jx-M. - .-.fl-4,3 : :, . 4- ., , f., .-. , ,, .. . , ,, L. ,qi -.T L- ah, ..,.. - in tif. V- 41-i :zz- r 3 E l l I 3 i ' I I 5 f rc.. , . :Pr 5 F i i. P' Y x Second Lieutenanf Tyrone Power climbs info his SNV training plane for a solo hop. The former motion picture acror, a graduate of Marine l Officer Training School, Took flight training at N.A.T.C., last winter. A l0lEHHEH , 1943 PL' QOH. nd Lt. Chanfran, PhilTp J-, CE, Yorlz, N. Y.: 2nd Lt. Sowles, Aurora, lllS.p Ensign McPhee, Duncan C., 7E, Roselle Park, N. J.: En5l'9n Sclglffnzligi Lawrence H.. T-'-f '-"'f":1:iQ'1. ff.. 2nd Lt. King, Carroll V., 7A, Oakland, William J., 7C, Omaha, Nebr., Ensign Olsen, Ivan L., 7C, Council Bluf s, e M.: 4 Calf.. 2nd Ll. Schnapp, Friedrich K., 75, Hinrieogzolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Paveglia, Ensign White, Robert H., 7D, lowa City, Iowa, Ensign Gulbrandsen, Georgrexosl Robert L., TC, K'-:':clegg:':r', ffi., Ensign Mayhew, Ralph A., 7C, Murray, Utah, 7C, Winona, Minn .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Ll. Joy, Richvfd BV 7D' Hunk, 7Dl l l Ensign Barber, George E., TC, Greeley, Colo., 2nd Lt. Todd, James R., 7B, 2nd Lt. Fiegener, Kenneth G., 7D, Enid, Okla., 2nd Lt. Hamilton, Jamfff Backs: , Somerset, Ky, Ensign Moore, Harold E., 7C, l-Jontrcse, Colo., Ensign Gibbs, Sacramento, Calif., 2nd Lt. Ferguson, Derry W., 7D, Buffalo, M0-J Enslgnrt Md, i Frank Ki- 70, 5357 Lfl'-Q C Llffzn SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Reuben, Norval O., 7D, Broken Bow, Nebm 2nd Lt. Moran, John M., 7C, Westernpod 75, 1 Eugene C., 6C, Lcs Arrgees, Calif.: Ensign Reiswig, Kenneth M,, 7C, Loyal, Okla., Ensign Winey, Eugene D., 7D, Clarence, Iowa, Ensign Youhgcloff, HGHVY " H 2nd Lt. Koons, Roy W., 7C, Srzrcn Springs, lions., Ensign Mall, Robert F., 7C, Houston, Texas, 2nd Lt. W ll R b Page 252 e s, o ert D., 7B, Newcastle, Texas. 91 r, K. gf 1 . Q Q 3 f"'F 9 ' . Q? 'V S 4 -5. ,W ,2- Aw S x 1. C ll 1 14" ,., rf 51 4 if 1 ' " -1' Q W s 4 U .4 f W , .1 t 5 . . F . :- gg if f Y, J if Q Wee? -go a W my 4 ,, ' ' , , . , A 0 o O Q 5 , - 4' : - . V -,, .,f1v:'." fr 'D' 1 O I u I h ,r 5 ' 'A 'I V- , , 4 . f 1. n 0 45 ' 7 .If o ' ' ' 0 a 0' o Q I yy 5 1 .r g 'sr ' Q , ' 2 ' ' x X ' x ,. ww-nj 4 Q ,V 5 ' In N- r P 5 ' ' x r X 1-Ai I -r t Q 6 X '- S w e x -of .xg ,1 ' SS' A ' ww. , - I A SX! ' K W .M 5 it ' - ' - 9 N N Q ea K N G R lv wr 9' . 1: c o ' Q o SX K g 0 J Q 0 U ' 'o o U o Q, ' ' I P ' E 0 9 4 -f 44 1 11 ,3 i , Y , . 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' " 1' '.' fnginrt Dignrfh, "ci'-'in G., gf, fl' ' " ' "Q", Engl n El'1Slgn Sl'16lYOr1, Earl L., .ll'., 7C, AfT'iGl'lllO, Texas, Ensign Crocker' , ' ' ' 9 . . . - K 5. Ensign Granl, Frixbic, Cluorlcx H, 'fi F' " L- '- Ensign LQ-'i27, Lcsicr N., 7l, Q-g".xr, 7Df Denver' Color: Enslgn Bush: Phllllp M" 7C' Garden Clan En S0010 Ano, Q: r Ensign Utter, Richard J, W p ',, 5 Ension Lcdd, Thomas B., vllllllom Aj JL' 7Cf Rlfllmondf VO' ' ' ' Enslgn Tye' Arl ul' 'IK ui Marvin -lf: 4, . I A Q : h . , . , .., A , , Cclir., Ensign Gonyu, Donald E., 7C, Auburn, N. Y.: Enslgn 0 ' - ,uw by- .':f Ensign Fwcugr' cn, Don A., ,, . frg, Ensign 7D D cj gl S D lc E ' T ll O 'II B 7D Charleston W Vo., Enslgn A ., , A V : H V Er , eo woo , . o ., nsign u y, rvi e ., , ' ' -boil Crompton, Joseph M., .n. , U F,-g.gn ol-iccner, Nfiocerr P, !,, Mclmoshl Ralph E., 7Dl Konsos City, MO.: Ensign Cousins, John E., 7Bv!lElIE'::r: Fq LGI-'-fy.. ,,-r 1. lbtgvx .lA.. Cnszgn ,l.-,f,::on, Glenn A., ,,, fog ,,',553' MO.: Ensign Greenhqvh Joe E., 7C, Kgmggg City, Mo., Ensign Am9Y1 . es Iowa: psig, Ensign Eczkcr, ,,r.Crfon S., -N 3-.i"g ,Y-1 -R Ensign hccms, Thomas E., YQ, Nigpwne City, N, J., Ensign McGinness, Bert A., Jr., 7C, Des MOIH 1 ffl. ics Augecs C: '. Ensign Stcinmctz, Charles P., Q 'L ex: CHQ.: Ensi n E b ' ' Q V , Ensign Boumhover, Denis A., 7C, Ccirroll, iowa. Page 256 r .XR UVEIB fQ' N FIRST ROW: Ensign Auwarter, W. Revard, 7D, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Eckstein Richard F., 7D, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign Wiest, Carl D 7A Reading Pa Ensi n -1 1 1 'I g Smith, Bayard K., 7E, Huntington Park, Calif., Ensign Petersen, Otto C. 7D Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Erwin, John H., 8A, Tallulah, La., 2nd Lt. Dorn, Roderick L., 7E, Botkins, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Owen, Lee R., Jr., 8A, Atlanta, Ga., 2nl Lt. Parks, Olin L., 7D, Glinton, Mo., 2nd Lt. Keeler, Willard G., 8A, Santa Ana Calif' 1 1 2nd Lt. Harrington, Jack G., 7C, Bakersfield, Calif .... SECOND ROW 2nd Lt. Palas, Donald H., 7D, Rochester, Minn., Ensign Barden, George C., Jr. 7B, Oak Grove, La., Ensign Tenney, Clive V., 7E, San Diego, Calif., Ensign Burdett Fl ' ' etcher H., Jr., 7D, Palisades, N. J., Ensign Byerly, James R., 7E, Tucson, Ariz.i V MBEH , 1943 lm- N' Q-1-Reeves-W...A.......,. M... ..- , Ensign O'Donnell, Edward W. 7E Readville Mass.- Ensign Merwin James T 8A, Woodstock, llls., Ensign Byron, William H., 7E, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign McHenry, Kenneth R., 7D, Konsas City, Mo., Ensign Price, Walter S., 7D Harris burg, Mo., Ensign McBride, Beryl R. 7D Kansas City Kans. THIRD ROW Ensign Edwards, Wesley F., 7E, Seaboard, N. C., Ensign Morkeln William R 7B, East Hampton, N. Y., Ensign Gandy, Wesley T 7E Eugene ,Ore Ensi n -I 1 1 -f 9 Callon, William C., 7E, Buffalo N. Y.- Ensign Chandler Leonard R. 7E Albany Ore., 2nd Lt. Thibodeau, Francis O., 7E, Caribou, Maine, Ensign Collins, Ralph W. 7E, Portland, Ore., Ensign Collins, William J., 7E, Bridgeport, Conn., Ensign Nesbitt o ert S. 7E Alb' n N. Y.- Ensign Davis Louie L. 7D Pauls Valley a. Ensign Sanders, Robert J., 7B, Kansas City, Kans. Y tgti fi' LIE' I FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Sollenberger, Thomas S., 7B, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Writer, Carl P., 7E, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Arant, Hugh D., 7D, Greenville, TSXGS: 2nd Lt. Ryman, Raymond P., 7D, Corvallis, Ore., 2nd Lt. Pritchett, Jerry E., 7D, I-OS Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. McCall, Durwood P., 7D, Gadsden, Ala., 2nd Lt. Ledbetter, Stith A., 7D, Kingslourg, Calif., 2nd Lt. Meyer, William A., 7D, San Diego, Calif., 2nd Lt. Keith, Lee R., 7D, Quay, N. Mex.,2nd Lt. Miller, Jack A-, 7D, Roswell, N. Mex .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Mabey, ECIWGFCI L, EQ' Salt Lake City, Utah, Ensign Fidler, Clarence V., 7A, McCook, Nebr., n . 5'9f1 RUSIWIHQ, Ray M., 6C, Goose Creek, Texas, Ensign Welch, Dow E., 7C- Page 257 Seattle, Wash., Ensign Lewis, Earl D. 7A Jasper Fla.- Ensign DeMasters Marion F. 7D, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Thompson, Lloyd, 6C, Lockney, Texas A. F. Walter, Jr., 7E, Medford, Ore., Ensign Johnson, Albert W. Mills, Va., Ensign Nicholls, James A., 8A, Detroit Mich ..,. THIRD ROW: Ensign Piper, Bentley W., 7B, Santa Ana, Calif., Ensign Dunn Lawrence J. 7A, Missoula, Mont., Ensign Beveridge, Basil A., 7B, Hiawatha, Utah, Douglas L., Jr., 7A, Oswego, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Kyle, Henry H., 7B, K 2n Lt. Johnson, Edgar M., 7B, Billings, Mont., Ensign Bentley, Frederick, J . 7C, Suffern, N. Y., Ensign Waller, Julian J., Jr., 7A, Mollala, Ore., Ensign Taylor Kenneth H., 7A, Famoso, Calif,,Ensign Henderson, Charles W., 7A, Betton, Mo - Ensign Kresse 7D Potomoc Ensign Grant ingston Tenn.- r 1 1 ,iltlllllllEll 2 , 1943 i,1",i P'..'.' Ensign Jackson, Vlillicm K., 7D, San Clemente, Calif., Ensign Knvnan, John VI., Jr., YC, Nzrr.1.fc'.wra, Pa., Ensign Lerew, John J., 7D, Vxfyandotte, .ni h Ensign Howard, William T., 7D, Bell, Calif., Ensign Groshort, Ralph L., r li, i-i,,-fm.,-, '.'.',,r., Ensign Cole, Harold G., 7D, Prescott, Ariz., Ensign Musser, Krrnnellt D., fir, Vfirt-,'. C.:-,g t.,'g., Ensign Lett, Thomas H., 7C, Morley, Mo., Ensign Hanson, John G., YD, Aurora, Cala., Ensign Cobb, Ted W., 7D, Colorado '., rf tn, 'V SECOND FlO'.'.', 2nd Lt. Pearsall, Burton S., 7D, Elgin, Ills., Ynd LI. Hr-rdo, John, Jr., 7D, Jficlzon, Mich., Ensign Lacaski, Joseph T., 7C, Vliiv. F'-1, Ensign Baskctt, Walker H, 78 H1-nder'on Ky Ensi n Widmer . , Y - , V: 9 I Jon-ph W., Jr., oft, '.-'.f4t,:1f-r Cvraufi., No., Ensign Wright, Harold O., aD, St. Louis, iltl'H.llItilIl 2l, IS43 Mo., 2nd Lt. Smith, Chester L., Jr., 7D, Kansas City Mo., 2nd Lt. Adams, Dwayne E. 7D, Wicltita, Kans., Ensign Montgomery, Harold R., 7D Long Beach Cal'l , , I ., Ensign Hollweg, William G., 7D, Armada, Mich ..,. THIRD ROW: Ensign A d h L . . . . n rec t, eo V., 7D, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Wakefield, Blair M., 7D, Long Beach, Calif., Ensign Tottem, Clifford H., 7E, Torrance, Calif., Ensign Jones, Walter L., 7D, Vonport Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Molick, Roy J., 7D, Bultl, Minn., Ensign Chilton, Robert D., 7B, Campbellsburg, Ky., Ensign Whitehouse, Gilbert, 6D, Sayville, L. l., N. Y., Ensign McReynolds, Robert, 7B, Kansas City Mo., Ensign Neudeck, James T., 7A, Hayward, Calif., Ensign Broderick, Robert N., 6C, Richmond Hill, N. Y. . an Sn .'.'.iliQr' jc-,f Q C., ,.. f.: , f I, N A A f 1- " - J ' . J 1 Ensign Carroll, I Donoo E.. , . . . gmzgn Buggy Rohm, E. ii f,,, pdl, . U.. J: I- I 4 , . ,-..., i Ensign DeXri2.-, Dean FIWF.-. Emzgn HAHLOHI Herbert J' All .. gi--5:5 .V-, gr- :nxgv Icrtccilr Dcuglcu xiiyll -fi gig: irz" fry ,V 'Ind U' Meier' EUQQRC Mfr if' ' s ' ' '-" 2nd Lf. Pcdcchi John iJr 77: . -..I.v..Qg-5.-." Qi- - Enjign Ginnie, EQQC,-C Db' ai .,..', ,',' :-I E,nSig.A Campbell, Charles C, 3 " ' -. Qfcf '- if . Ensign Niyon -, h l Ri V - X , Clarence C., 3 -.pg gf, .. ., Emmn CHIC' John iv I V: 2 V Ensign Anderson, Kenneth R., 'Q gy, . .. : V en ign Eoudinct, Edgar J., be bar! .css C.: ' Ensign Heard, Vlcrren T., T ,Q 4' En-ign Schmidt, l-OVOFI C-, 7D, Kamas City, Karts., 2nd Lt. Ford, David L., 7E, Detroit, Mifhii Ensign Burns, William H., 7E 7E, Rirergide, Corin., Ensign THIRD RCN-J, 2nd Lt. Saffron Gerald J., 65, Denver, Colo Ensign Strandt, Kenneth L , Jacksonville, Fla., Ensign Malcolm, Douglas M-I -if-I Lilley, Harold F., 7D, Santa Ana, Calif ..fA , Merland C., 7A, Rochester, N. Y., Ensign McClard, ., 2nd Lt. Hoover, Oscar T., 7D, Roswell, N. M91-7 ,, 7C, Everson, Vtlash., Ensign WGHS, Afihur L" ir" 75. 'f'r'Uf2ffO'Hrf, MOSS.: Ensign Watson, Thomas C., Jr., 68, Strong, Miss., Env?" Vogel, Sebastian G., 7B, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Meadows, Warren T., 7B, St. Louis, Ma., Ensign Pearson, Joe M., 7C, Stonebluff, Okla., Ensign Yensen, Roben Av 7D, Santa Ana, Calif. Page 258 r his x l 'Q Z ., f l .i . D W ..-152. Q-7 11 Unusual off view of ci visiting PBM on o foggy day. Ullllllllllli 27, 1943 J. FIRST PCJVV1 Ensign Spurgeon, Norman W., YE, Aluercleen, Wcisli., Ensign CE""0""f, Michael lN., WA, lllew ffirlf, lil, Y., Ensign Robinson, William D., 7B, Clendiye, Monl., Ensign Vlflfiilelune, Roberi G., XD, f'Xll'IfIHll'JFfl, Calif., Ensign gllO?dY11lflI'nQs A., VE, flllmny, Orff., Ensign Grow, Clyde, YU, lllorqjfiiilowli, VV. VCI-1 DTTQVI Hlgmun, Cecil V., fli, ',fff1ti!r-, Hfiulr, Ensign Parker, Willard W., BA, WiNfJ'l'J'ff l'flf'J: Ensign Ouuf, lNillir,irn H., Jr., 7111, UI. l'IIIJl, Minn, Ensign Johnson, W' 'Pam A" XD, fllllfllllliffl, Cfllll 2nd I.l Gilmour, Roluerl E., XII, Serilllre, km '41 2nd Lt. Anderson, Dqlr, V1 V ff' l.,I,,,l,,, r,l,,.,, Qnfl Ll, Crawley, Lawrence N., " "7'Jlll'f, lff'1ulr., 2nd l.I V'f0ml'., lfulufrl 1, fll, lJIIll1l'i, VHP, Qlifl l-l- BQUW, Waller D., 7D, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd LT. Wilson, Horace D., 7B, Central Point, Ore., 2nd Lt. Davis, Sam W., Jr., 7B, Housion, Texas, Ensign Huber, Marvin L., 7D, Mendota, Minn., Ensign Potier, Theodore R., 7C, Greensboro, N. C. . . W., 7C, Maypearl, Texas, Ensign Hamblin, Len S., 7B, Ensign Eaton, Billy Eorl Bridger, Wyo,, Ensign Hamblin, Darwin, 6D, Eori Bridger, VVyo., Ensign Robclce, Jack H., 7C, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Michener, Homer, 7D, Veronica, Ore., Ensign Bley, William F., 7C, Long Beach, Calif., Ensign Hill, Elmer C., FSA, Sorlrilia, lV'o., Ensign Ruegg, Edwin D., 7C, Riclwnioncl, Va., Ensign Simmons, Dale E., XC, lincoln, Nezlbr., Ensign Marlin, Gerald J., 7D, Glendale, Calif. l'f lip' 759 ffl is nl all "il is L is K' f fl ly l il 14 L L . Cadefs 6 l ." ,ff ' .-sa--Q -ff' - . ,, ,,, ..... .-.-...,f"i'X.-e.-4'-nl Q E 1 1' 4 buying new shoes and picking up "shorT-issue" of Small Sfores. FIRST ROW: Ensign Glab, Joseph T., 7E, Minocqua, Wisc., Ensign Palm, Lincoln H., 7E, Kingsburg, Calif., Ensign Pavela, Joseph V., 7D, Denver, Colo. Ensign Collins, William J., 8A, Glendale, Calif., Ensign Hall, Walter R. B., 7A Kansas Cify, Mo., Ensign Hogan,, Thomas H., 8A, Sf. Louis, Mo.,Ensign Janczak Florian, SA, Kankakee, llls., Ensign Gaiennie, James B., 8A, Shreveporf, La. Ensign Warren, Paul C., 7C, Bellevue, VVash. . . . SECOND ROW: 2nd Lf. Kline 1 1 I 1 Charles L., Jr., 7D, Denver, Colo., 2nd Lt. Jones, William B., Jr., 7B, Greenville, S. C., 2nd Lt. Anfon, Anthony D., 7E, Cost Mesa, Calif., 2nd Lf. Nolan, Leo E., P 7D, Seattle, Wash., 2nd L+. Maefaih, Leo J., 7D, Caledonia, Minn.: 20nd U' imxgf Glen lc., 7D, olanaala, Calif., 2nd Ll. caak, Robert H., 7C, S'd'1eYfF07C' zna L+. Bayley, Gerald L., 75, Plainview, Texas, 2nd Li. Ryan, Cllffofd, "MOf Cass ony, Mich .,.. THIRD ROW: Ensign Taylor, Louis E., 7Df Kansas cnye, 75 Ensign Moolick, Richard T., 7D, Anaheim, Calif., Ensign Starnes, Geofge Ensigri Lincolnfon, N. C., Ensign Niebayer, William A., 7E, Battle Creek, Mich.: Colo.. Bisch, Douglas K., 7D, Glendale, Calif., Ensign Hyland, John T., 7D, Denvilrfm H-1 Ensign Walgren, Richard O., 7D, Lockridge, lowa, Ensign Hunt' W' 'G 7E, Nooksack, Wash., Ensign Crabb, Hal H., Jr., 7A, Forf Worth, Texas- age 260 -UVE R L , 1943 if 'E FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Cates, Ronald A., 7D, Stratton, Nebr., Ensign Stanford, Edgar R., 7A, Mt. Lebanon, S. Hills, Pa., Ensign Hartle, Robert L., 7D, Jackson, Mo., Ensign Mills, Phillip A., 7D, Chicago, tlls., Ensign Jensen, Lawrence C., Jr., 8A, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Burgins, Robert C., 7D, Brantley, Ala., Ensign Nold, Paul D., 7E, Schenectady, N. Y., Ensign Larson, Allan R., 7D, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Foley, Walter M., Jr., 7E, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif ..., SECOND ROW 2nd Lt. Selsor, Evan L., 7E, Philadelphia, Pa., 2nd Lt. Pfeifer, Reinhold T., 7B, Hazelton, N. Dak., 2nd Lt. Severson, Clifford E., 7D, Racine, Minn., 2nd Lt. Soladay, Harry S., 7D, Carlsbad, N. Mex., 2nd Lt. Voth, Stanley B., 7C, DEU M R , I9 3 St. Cloud, Minn., 2nd Lt. Nelson, Rupert H., 7A, Midland, S. Dak., 2nd Lt. Bruce, James P., 8A, Coalinga, Calif., 2nd Lt. Hallquist, Dennis C., 7D, St. Lovis Park, Minn., 2nd Lt. Bolinski, Donald F., 7C, Salt Lake City, Utah . . . THIRD ROW: Ensign Lantz, Daniel G., 7E, Albany, N. Y., Ensign Friedman, Leonard S., 5C, Youngstown, Ohio, Ensign Meagher, Leo N., 3D, Milwaukee, Ore., Ensign Martindale, Oliver B., 8A, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Black, Sherman C., 7E, Blanding, Utah, Ensign Kopischke, William J., 8A, Mankato, Minn., Ensign Swanson, Ernest S., Jr., 7E, Mount Vernon, N. Y., Ensign McCurry, Frank A., 7E, Canon City, Colo., Ensign Mrgudich, John, 7E, Globe, Ariz. FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Sullivan, Richard J., GC, Pine Grove, Niantic, Conn., 2nd Lt. McCoy, Lemuel iN., HA, Pfiy-ifillf, Ln., 2nd Lt. Stanton, John R., 7E, AIIWWIIVVU, Calif., 2nd Lt. Bunce, Polic-rt O., YE, Seattle, VVf12l't-2 Qnd l-i- Benvrd, JUCques V., 7C, i!x!0Ofl',iflu'jl I, I, ll, K, 2nd Lt. Wagner, Arthur, 7E, Chino, Calif., 2nd Lf. Allison, Byron c., nf..,n,nf,f..i, III. , , srcoiin wow. Ensign Rogan, Wllllam iN., FLA, !A.ll'lCl':lI'1, Cfilil., Ensign Bushey, Otto l.., 7lJ, l,o:. Al'IflfJlU5, Clllii-: Ensign Stanton, William E., XID, l'f1n'.fi'. fitf, Mo., Ensign Stone, William E., 7D, South Gate, Calif., Ensign Witzig, Robert, 7D, Corvallis, Ore., Ensign Cullier, Laurence, 7D, Yakima, Wash., 2nd Lt. Zanzi, Dario L., 7E, Healdsburg, Calif . . . THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Moore, Paul, Jr., 7A, Springfield, Mo., Ensign Roberts, Kester M., 7E, Richmond, Calif., Ensign Skreba, Leonard T., 7D, Lexington, Ky.- Ensign Schug, Ivan C., 7E, Joplin, Mo., Ensign Sawyer, Stephen F., 7E, Watertown Mass., 2nd Lt. Dean, James A., 7D, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Forbes, Forrest B. 7D, Hackensack, Minn., Ensign Crane, James L., 7D, Castlerock, Waslw. 1 r l'!1rjrr Qfrl ,W fm,-.M n , X '-2' t ' - . ,, V Q, Q ' Q Qu 7 ' 0 o 0 1 0 'Y 0 O 1' Q ,fm , ,,, 1 , ii 1' P 0 ..-x O 9 4 , wwf" 'S' 1 ' X , W f , f 9 1 V 'B' -4 .t ot 'c 'l - .Q- 0. Q K I wg: 44 f .af -P" ,, , J - V A mm. f """ '- F f .. :,. i 9 Q, 1 6 ' -gr WW Q o Q 0 0 9 , Q Q ,sv '-or '!3'fF f i -:gg-.-,, fg 5 W Q V3 'S' 9 Q 0 e -My 'Vi W 3 Q2 C' ffql 'I v lj G -Q ' lf j 'ff N, A .- W 5 ' A - Q ' " A l 4 ,J-A A I . ""m,, ' 1, , V7 W. i' 233, Y ? ay' 4 EW if . ' U ' if f--2'g1' I f as q ,, I' 1 f i Z, f ag , f ,Q . A A A g - Q ,,,,, . X . ' , , .g 9 'W' W, 1 , , f ' QQ' 4 W , Q W - nv ' . ' . 74. 9 ,, I . ', ' ' A f - ' W 0 ' .V ' b ', ', f .0 A QS' D ' 1 - . . ' ' M l 4' as I Q ,A 9 Q Q 9 , " Q . 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Mex., Ensign Sowell, John G., 8A, KU5 Owe '8A, Colt0nf ,I William E., 8A, New Canton, ills., Ensign Dunn, Bernard, 8A, Louann, Ark., Burnett, Milford J., 7D, Marshall, Mo., Ensign Bailey, Warren' "Ensign Soyalf 'I Ensign Boston, Walter E., 7E, Greeley, Colo., Ensign Chase, Raymond R., Jr., 7E, Calif .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Root, Irving L., 75, Demer' Co O" Colm l :'9' 5 Denver, Colo., Ensign Kegelman, Arthur R., 7D, White Plains, N. Y., Ensign David, 7E, Manchester, Wash., Ensign Jancla, Robert, 6C, Denleffjr 75,4111-'1 l Rockwood, H. George, 7D, Owotonna, Minn .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Close, Kenneth D., 7D, Toronto, Kans.: Ensign Wien Frank Eisi nqBrecl1dl5"" li Rawnsley, Douglas P., 8B, Tacoma, Wash., Ensign Reavis, Joe M., SA, Wilmington, Rock, Ark., Ensign Gilzean, James J., 7D, Kansas City, M94 n g ll N. C., Ensign Bell, George M., BA, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Hovland, Selmer, Preston E., 7D, Ggrden City, Kgng. U QQ ii Vsge 264 yy Q ff Q 4129 f? p f!! L , , 0 6 'V' wif -f 0 Y 'K ijf wx fr, ,I gk, , "vi, ,, wif' Q es f " ., .,, V 'fm Q? " . a 6? - -gyn- 1 :N .1 I' H' ia X , X 1 A 7 ,Z , I I ' MW! ,- ' :ff f Q f X. A ff9W, 1 ' i 1 f of 1 ? Y f X f f .f 5 w,g,,, ra M -wr "'-IP' WV' ' I :inf .721 f 'S L ' a y ,:. , 4h,.+,..', 4 if f I f . ,mx Zh. QWN, Q f W! M f Z 4 -1, Q f ,JA - in i? .. , ,A M ,X ,,,. ya, Q7 f 4, I W r . 4 , N .1.,. - ' '- QR ' ,, ,JW MW, ig: .L UQ vw V, - , f 41 if . ".- 'W . ', '. 1 4 ,N . ,av f 0 4,4 W f 'WP' 1,'r',,: , M Q 4 -wtf' M W fu if ' NW x wx f , f wi ., 'Va 2. Q x V 40" 0, 0 1. 17: ,,, , ., ' 1 if' WV! V 1. 1 W I , f ff f ' ','. , V H I I I . 2 v , f 4 , Ei I li , . i l , :I , I I I I , . I l I . I - I. l l . l f, i g! .I li if . , I I I ' ,llli 9 QI ll lf. IIIQ J I ' . .'.',.',iN I IIE l wc-evrff l 'fb , ,,. .,,7,,,,,...f f , V, W hw-fwpu i,w,,,.,,,,,,,, - DEC MEEE , 1943 .U 9' 2' FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Meadows, Robert F., 7D Desloge, Mo., 2nd Lt. , Hogan, Paul V., 8A, Fort Dodge, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Codding, George B., 8B, Yakima, Wash., 2nd Lt. Lewis, Thomas M., 8A, Marietta, Ga., 2nd Lt. Newell, Hugh F., 8A, Lawrenceville, llls., 2nd Lt. Gibson, Robert L., 7D, Wichita, Kans., 2nd Lt. Henery, James A., 8B, Salem, Ore., 2nd Lt. Bray, Edward A., 8B, Umatilla, Ore.,2nd Lt. Bridges, William B., 8B, Tulsa, Okla .,.. SECOND ROW: 2nd Lf. Davey, Joseph J., 8B, Spokane, Wash., Ensign Sadler, William L., 7C, Portland, Ore., Ensign Warwick, Wallace R., 8A D - ' , ayton, Wash., Ensign Woods, Robert M., DECEMBER , 1943 7B, Biloxi, Miss., Ensign Soleian, Arthur, 8C, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Huggins Henry L., 8C, Hickory, N. C., Ensign Jeffers, Dee 8A Brady Texas 2 d L b I , , , n t. Taft, Ro ert W., 7E, Los Angeles, Calif. THIRD ROW Ens' J . . . : :gn ames, Gordon l. 7E, Dix, Nebr.- Ensign Hollingsworth Russell K J I , Pendleton, Ore- Ensign Thode Robert 8A O kl -f , , , a and, Calif., Ensign Hopener, Paul, 7A Detroit Mich Ensi S ' b , , ., gn wm urne, Harry W., 7C, Delhi, Iowa, Ensign Shaw, Charles A., 8A, Quincy, Calif., Ensign Goodman, Pete, 7B, Linde T - ' n, exas, Ensign Zavesky, John J., Jr., 7A, Cleveland, Ohio, I r it fl I gl ll li ,I .t I. , , ., r., 7B, Washington, D. C., Ensign Gill, Walter A., 8A ' FIRST ROVV- Ensign Walters H I - f Cl E., 7D, I . ' - . , John W., 88' Rockford, IHS.: Ensi? Smub HcOocaLheE Kcgls., Glinsxgn Elchman, ville, S. C., Ensign Olsen, Sherman A., 8A, Fargo, N, Dark., Ensign Nelson, Harry A., EHSIQF1 BUHIKSV, Muffin N., 7E, Pasadena, Cdlif.- Ensi9n.lSchoen lindolklil COM' 8A'.MOrCUS' Iowa? En5l9n RYGUI TI'l0mC1S 5-, 7C, Crystal Luke' III54 Ensign Beihiai 'lIeslie,1l'ijAichg,S Egsign lmiffmon, Gerald M., 7B, Elockwater, Mo.: Erfsign ggrrgf ?glIiE21reH.,VT8A,EMarioRn, kS. Cih. . . THIRD ROWE: Ensggxn DEv3gnJstl::varJ: osep ., , rete, ., E ' P'f-I I J . f f , -: HSIQH oc ey, oma J., 8A, K it, O., U . SECOND ROW: Ensign SWGlEZSr1ArLhrL1::nC-I a5E Lr,IGig,eEroXvAnSvSyoocg, Texag in . , James H., 7D, Pasadena, Calif.: Ensigjl Hornbaclsnjgik PX 6C, CGDIVUIIG' WMS" wendeu H., 75, El Segundo, conf., Ensign coflon, Relpll w. 9Dn?3fE th men' Emgn Tembreuu' Donald G" 7Bf Smile' Wash-f Ensign R"'he'fo'd' Josephall Ensign Juarez, Robert, 8B, Springfield, llls., Ensign Davis! Roger, giiacgreeos EA, St.hLiui2 Mo.,dEnsign Sutton, Richard J., 7B, Palm Harbor, Fla-1 Ens9 i' ' ' Gmersc G I C'Ym0n C-I 73, College Point, N. Y. Page 26a :iff X A- s X 'X QX -N XX ig XX.. - V E' X ., P A X iii -.xg Z ax xxx is .NNN Hs.. -K yluly A -SGW. Tart, :'::n L, I. C. ,.1,, iffy WL, mfncn, - December 7, Anniversary of Pearl Harbor, found These N.A.T.C. Officers in Charge presenting scrolls containing names of persons under Their ' , command who purchased War Bonds in the December 7Th Drive.- Eilllllllt ir -:Q ' ll, 1943 iii 1 P., wi P IC P, fy: FIRST ROW: Ensign Lectka, Robert D., 6B, Cadillac, Mich., Ensign Whitehouse, John H., 7B, Sayville, N. Y., Ensign Mullins, Lonnie F., 8A, Mountain Park, Okla., Ensign Stevens, Ralph W., 7E, Austin, Minn., Ensign Spindler, Richard A., 8A, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Mosely, Marvin A., 8A, Portland, Ore., Ensign McCann, James A., 7D, New Castle, Pa., Ensign Spradling, Paul K., 7E, Castleford, idaho . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Clement, William A:, 7A, Arcadia, Fla., Ensign Danielsen, Walter C., 7E, Hayward, Calif., Ensign McAllister, Earl A., 7E, Manti, Utah, Ensign Buchanan, Robert L., 7E, Clementon, N. J., Ensign Westmoreland, William J., 7E, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Benson, Harold, 7D, Los Angeles, Calif. Ensign Bauer, Wilford R., 8A, Sycamore, llls., Ensign Walker, George, 7E Sacramento, Calif ..., THIRD ROW, Ensign Barbettini, Frederick C., 8A Valleio, Calif., Ensign Von Egger, Harold K., 7B, Clinton, Miss., Ensign EWGYS William E., 8A, Chicago, llls., Ensign Langelle, Russell A., BA, St. Louis, Mo. Ensign Hanson, Bruce G., 7E, Graceville, Minn., Ensign Schindewolf, Richard A, 7E, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Anderson, John C., 8A, Essex, Iowa, Ensign Ryan Joseph E., 7E, Hibbing, Minn. Page 267 lil i fi i 5. I ,gf f f 'i 1 I . iff' XV! gl - l 1 .l . ll lg lm. l pf Emi ,Q li' tl i il? l l if ,. ll ,il ,tn .lip NE '- i A llllllllllllllli ll, 1943 4 - P -W 7-N X . , . , ,,,,,,.,s.......----Y - A PBY pilot points out flight procedure to cadets aided by this huge map ot the Corpus Christi area painted on hangar apron. 1 2 ll l l . k U ..,. ...U U. uean, waiter W., 8A, Alexander City, Ala., 2nd Lt. Hcrsley, Sonoma, CGW.: 5153911 VCUQDTETS, Orc W., 7E, Rushtown, Ohio, 2nd U- Sey 0 l Frank, 7E, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Walker, Dennis E., 7E, Roscoe, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Tony, 8A, Owatonna, Minn., 2nd Lt. Stayton, Lloyd W., 7D, Abllene' Teiosmes l Hilbert, OSCOF L-, 75, Seattle Wash.: 2nd U- T0lDl9f, Robert R-, 7D, So9inaW, Ma, THIRD ROW, Ensign Tastacl, Elmer T., 6D, Everett, Wash.: 2nd U' Tumerll fi iss ' 2nd Lt. North, Granville, P., Jr., 78, Omaha, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Felton, George H., 7B, Springdale, Ark., 2nd Lt. Sharbrough, John W., 8A, Holly BU 'r e lt 7D, ROCHGSTGF, lWCl1-: 205 U- POHSl40, DOUGH A-, SA. OmOh0, Nebr ..,, 2nd Lt. Smithey, William R., 8A, Columbia, S. C., 2nd Lt. Johnson, Geo2n gl SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Hoselnus, Daniel F., 7E, Portland, Ore., 2nd Lt. Maclaskey, 4B, Duluth, Minn., Ensign Shannon, Milner N., 8B, Olympia, WO5h'7J U Wallace E., 7D, Gridley, Kans,, Ensign Anderson, Roy E., 7D, Los Angeles, Calif., Wortmcln, James B., 8A, Sf. 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Scene in the tower control, nerve center ot air traffic around any tield. lllllllll Rel , 1943 ,un R., llc, A, 'L-I C., FlRST ROW: Ensign Gould, Elton A., 5D, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Ross, Sherrard, 7D, Sandusky, Ohio, Ensign Boss, Harold J., 8A, Buffalo, N. Y., Ensign Hartwick, Gordon J., BD, Detord, Mich., Ensign Streit, Edwin R., 8C, Leavenworth, Kans., Ensign Kreuger, Duane M., 7D, Naperville, Ills .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Danclurand, Gene F., BB, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Marion, Harold E., BA, Uew Hampton, Iowa, Ensign Scott, Charles A., 7D, Chowchilla, Calif., Ensign Michael, Raymond F., 8A, Santa Maria, Calit., Ensign Wegner, Vernon A., SA, Faribault, Minn., Ensign Sneckenberg, William A., 7C, Minneapolis, Minn ..,. THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Cronquist, George L., SA, Minneapolis, Minn., 2nd Lt. Otterle, Laurel E., BB, Genesco, llls., 2nd Lt. 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Taylor, James H., 7C, Grants Pass, Ore ..,. SECOND ROW: Ensign Hansel, Everett M., BD, Eagle Grove, Iowa, Ensign Schneider, Duane F., 8C, Stafford, Kans., Ensign Hoffman, William H., 8C, Davenport, Iowa, Ensign Stockert, Howard J., 8A, Grand Junction, Colo., 2nd Lt. Thomas, William Ill, 8B, Glendale, Calif., 2nd Lt. Trout, Beniamin H., 8B, Santa Maria, Calif., 2nd Lt. Gipple, Guy M., 8B Bell, Calif., 2nd Lt. Colvin, James D., 8B, Bell, Calif., 2nd Lt. Cournoyer, Robert M. BA, Long Beach, Calif., 2nd Lt. Allesandro, Martin C., 7C, Pueblo, Colo .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Echenique, Luis, 7D, King City, Calif., 2nd Lt. Boslcey, John E. 7D. Red Bank, N. J., 2nd Lt. Humphreys, John M., 8A, Minneapolis, Minn. Ensign Hansen, Adolph C., 7E, San Pedro, Calif., Ensign Kennedy, Harold R. 7E, Thomasville, N. C., 2nd Lt. Conway, William K., 8C, Lake Mills, Wisc. 2nd Lt. Petersen, Robert W., BA, Auburn, Wash., 2nd Lt. Kennedy, Eugene D. 7C, Waukegan, llls., 2nd Lt. Foltz, Harold R., BC, Mt. 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Va., 2rid Lti Quinn, John J., 8B, Upper Montclair, N. J., 2nd Lt. Whiteaker, Clay H.,, 8B, Lafayette, Ind., 2nd Lt. Lindsey, Robert E., 8B, Columbus, Ohio, 2nd Lt. McCleod Willis J., BB, Vxfaukegan, ills .,,. SECOND ROVV, Ensign Lyman, Warren EJ 8A, Hutchinson, Kans., Ensign Denman, Maxwell F., 83, Stuttgart, Ark., Ensign Johns, Harry E., SA, Colorado Springs, Colo., Ensign Fay, Clifford G., 8A Seneca, Ore., Ensign LeClair, Dewey L., 8A, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Peete, Raymond K., 8A, Bozeman, Mont., Ensign Mayner, Norbert E., SC, Chlcogi' Ensign Lyons, Jack M., 8A, Long Beach, Calif., Ensign Cyphefsf Leon " Dodge City, Kans., Ensign Fitzgerald, Robert E., 8B, VVashingtOri, D- C. . .i THIRD ROW, Ensign Stamatis, Robert B., SA, San Francisco, Calif., EnsigB McMillan, Howard A., 8B, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Zeold, Panteleo P.,d3 Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Prince, Sydney H,, SA, Wenham, Mass., EI1S'9n Mu Ee John H., 8C, ChicC1Qo, ills.: Ensign Williams, Eldon M., SC, Kellogg' lclolo En5l9n Davis, Carl E., 7A, Auburn, N. Y., Ensign Pace, Otto J-I 8Df.PefJ5OCoF Fla., Ensign Schmutzler, Emil H., Jr., 7D, Huntin-gburg, ind., Ensign Mini, Rlbefi ' 7E, Benicia, Calif. V , Page 276 mix FIRST ROW Ensign Simmons Ira F 8C Halls Tenn Ensign Smith Howard S 8A Portland Ore Ensign Kern Frank W 6D Pittsburgh Pa 2nd Lt Noonan John L Jr 8C St Louis Mo 2nd Lt McCaul Francis L 7B Nnreapolis Minn 2nd Lt Hansbrough Thomas 8C Greenfield Tenn tnslgn Lewis Roi. rt C 8B Albuquerque N Mex 2nd Lt Norderhus Paul J 8C Missoula Mant Ensign Scott BenedlctJ 7D Morganfield Ky 2nd Lt Lampton Joseph C 8B Houston Texas SECOND ROW Ensign Noble Walter A 7D Jersey City N J Ensign McClevey Norman H 7C River Forest Ills Ensign Mabry Dale F 8B Huntington Park Calif Ensign Molsbergen John M 8B Fresno Cal! IIBIIII Ensign Byars Edmund P 8C Fort Worth Texas 2nd Lt DeWitt Robert L 7E Modesto Calif 2nd Lt Karn Richard D 8B Los Angeles Calif 2nd Lt Everett William V 8B Hillsboro Ore Enslgn Young Robert C 8A Hornell N Y Ensign Callahan Charles W 8A Morganza La THIRD ROW Ensign Burnell Don W 8C Yale Okla Ensign McPherson George O 8B Elma Wash Ensign Scordo Joseph G 8A Denver Colo Ensign Lamoreaux Torrence C 8A Denver Colo 2nd Lt Crabb Craig C 8A Lehi Utah Ensign Rady Donald E 8A Blue Island llls Ensign Paul William B 8A Zanesville Ohio Ensign Oedlng Ruben W 8A La Grange Texas Ensign Moms James M 8C Jacksonville Fla 2nd Lt Iverson Edwin L 8B Munclalein llls T PO ll Ensign Green Wallace W 8A Colorado Springs Colo Ensign fore Arthur G V f un' n1f C III Ensign Schierenber Ra urn Ensign P ia artln V Orrin vi IN br Ensign U ery I I iam H. HI, It I 1, C 'If Ensign Olson Kennet H. HC, Youiiirrlown, Oliia- H ign Bsigot JJmQ -, 4, :, . Ensign Anderson John D. Q, 4 2 -' ', , : nsif n -lic in er arr '. . ' ff: If A CWI?-2 - ign Cifssing I? J: . 1, ' 'FIJIIIJ I-UVV1 Ensign Hersw Daruld L , A f I , I ., ,nsirn . an ie c ar , , V .n ign G grmtt Jun 1' .. q Urn, 1 sign Dr: ,i Cltapcll : Charles , I 1'1" rj" enllvvorth I Ensi n Duc Geor e 8B Defiance Ohio Ensign Christensen Wlllam A 7C St Paul Munn Ensign Lee Ivan F BA Santa Ana Ccllf Ensign Glenn Eugene H 8D Cllcago III Ensign Poepper James R SC SI Louis Mo Ensign Zografos Tomi 8C Spokane Wgwslt THIRD ROXN Ensign Griffin Harry L. BB Glenclalr., Culifq Ensign Truby Elmer J. 8C, Brazil, ovva, 2nd Lt. Dietrichson Robert L. SC, dollig, . Yr Ensign Folsom Rile . 7E SL: illlc, Wn1sIi., Ensign Hayes John M. bD, Lakevxooul, Olwiw EHSIQD BFOIWGWH mes S. XID, Ncwullx, N. .,, 'git e' ' ur . . , Avvow 'L S, N' .: nsign Coleman Waller J. BC, ' 'e iw VVyo., Ensign Niclxles Raymond . ,. Ii ':'f ' e, nxcns, nsitn oss ictcirr , - T ' . ' LA I l 1 l ntcii Bin 6 , 1943 t yy Wgwy Q J l 1 l l I i i 1 t ' I i . 5 I A I. l il, tt. . 1. 1 ltr , . l. I 'c t i , 1 nt it ' gl ll' ll" if 'af l ll ? l ll l gil 'J i il, FIRST ROW: Ensign Pickens, Milton C., 8C, Houston, Texas, Ensign Lunger- l ' . shausen, John F., 8A, Wahoo, Nebr., Ensign Nibley, James B., 7D, Portland, Ore., ff., Ensign Duffy, George S., 7B, Arlington, Mass., Ensign Meek,, Carl D., 8C, al McAllen, Texas, Ensign Bean, Roy N., 8C, Houston, Texas, Ensign Ovitt, Norman L., ,' 8C, Miles City, Mont., Ensign Anderson, James F., 8C, Dallas, Texas, Ensign may Southerland, Claude, 8C, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Forsberg, John R., 8C, 'lil i Chicago, llls .,.. SECOND ROW: Ensign Purcell, Charles K., 8A, Kansas City, ill Is Mo., Ensign O'Brien, Billie E., 8A, Waco, Texas, Ensign Schonk, Harold E., illllll - 8B, Indianapolis, lnd., Ensign Tetz, John A., 8C, Ridgefield, Wa h.' E Ji" Lockdam, Richard E., 8C ' ' s , nsign , San Francisco, Calif., Ensign Hope, Donald B., 8B, Y niiciiiinii 28, 1943 Bangor, Mich., E , ., , oyal Oak, Mich., Ensign Rich Charles C., 8D, Pecan Gap Texas E ' nsign Snow Norman W 8A R , , nsign Howard, Elbert E., 8C, Willc Ohio, Ensign Knoth, Bernard H., 8C, Oak Park, llls .... THIRD Ensign Adams, Harvey, 8B, Denver, Colo., Ensign Reams, Clyde F., Ji Healdton, Okla., Ensign Schumacher, Robert E., BA, Glendale, Calif., Chamberlin, John R., Jr., 8B, Denver, Colo., Ensign Osmonson, Harold N Royal Oak, Mich., Ensign Orr, Carroll "A"., Jr., 8A, Lncoln, Nebr., Ensig tousky, Frank T., 7E, Maryd, Pa., Ensign Hunt, Robert L., 7E, Rock Springs, Ensign Blauvett, Lloyd V., 7E, Seattle, Wash,, Ensign Thompson, RaymondJ Des Moines, iowa. t 1 H , - -w--C--, tucson, Ariz.- Ensi n Fl d -1 R is I Mach. Ensign Fielding' , .... ....... ., ag, T I I . f 9 0 quls, o ert D., 8B, Fernda e, f V A V-, ----'uw C-, BC, Wenatchee, Wash., Enrsiign Keri?lrORihaliCd'lLEns?En John R" 88, Cl1iCGgo, llls., Ensign Matt, Edward F:, 7B, Belleville, N. J. train' lfsfll-Anggesl-1 COgg'lC5l15l?in'HUhn, William F., 88, Nazareth, Pai- 2nd Lt Nlarlarl IETHHEJD lfovgi 2nd LL Worthen, Floyd J., 7E, Wheeling, W. VR 2,54 UlfV9b5ler atom ., r., , en ae,Calii. ,SECOND ROW. E . ' ' I CY -, E, Hollywood, C l'f,, 2 d Lf, C ff , William -, uf 8A, Missoula, Mont., 2nd Lt. Mulvihill, Thomas E., 7E, IXXIIEITZTGKJZZ :Mcgrk.R" Groves, Mo., 2nd Lt. Colclasuflel Donlald E., 83 Jnaclllcsonville, llls., EnsI9n C3231 Woodcock, Fred W., 8C, Springfield, Mass., Ensign Hawkins' KeHh.,R nSg9Bn rllistgn li., Jr., 7D, LOS Angeles, Calif., Ensign Sweeney, Edward A., 8C, New ' " f - -J hsign Colbert, Alfr d Page 278 l . e H., 8C, Cowles, N. 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If Liz? l 'Amit in it ,lll- l g S A view at Cadet Graduation. Cadets marching toward the camera were to loe graduated. The formation standing at attention is the new 5 Class iust reported aboard. nitciiiiiiiili 31, 1943 J i l , l l l i i i l 1. .ll l , .WI .gli iw ,ls FIRST ROW: 2n , ., . Vernon A., BB, Bellingham, Wash., 2nd Lt McConnell Earl P BC G l d Lt. Lawson, David G., BD, Aledo llls- 2nd l.t Lockwood . Ch rCl1f , Claffey, Edward J., BB, Wilmette, llls., 2nd Lt. Via, Raymond S., 7C, Falls U - . , ., , a veston, Va., 2nd Lt. Gordon, Horace W., Jr., BB, Villanova 'O-2 Ensign Hanna,dMark Ni Texas, 2nd Lt. Howland, Charles S., BC, Beaumont, Texas, Ensign Beitelspacher, BB, Milwaukee, Wisc., 2nd Lt. Bland, Kenneth E., 75, Boltimofef MT' 'Engign Eugene A., BC, Aberdeen, S. Dal-Q., 2nd Lt. Montgomery, Cornelius T., Jr., BA, THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Burchett, Gordon S., 7D, San Francisco, CUl'-icloytonl Bethlehem, Pa., 2nd Lt. Swanson, Howard E., 6A, Fort Morgan, Colo., 2nd Lt. Bell, Fitzpatrick, Charles L., 7A, Baltimore, Md., Ensign Taylor, Jack C., Blix win M., William L., BB, Rockford, VVash., 2nd Lt. Simmons, William C., BA, Trinidad, Mo., 2nd Lt. Balentine, Howard R., BB, Prescott, Ariz., 2nd Lt. Black, .0 Ryan Texas . . . SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Krehnbrink, Thomas E., BB, Baltimore, Md., 9A, Atlanta, Ga., 2nd Lt. Daugherty, Frank W., BC. Dallas, Texas, Efifgn Uno.: 2nd Lt. Davis, Hugh F., BC, Armuchee, Ga., 2nd Lt. Pettigrew, Richard M., 7D, Thomas G., BB, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Walsh, Tl1.mas C-, GC, E" ' Wichita Falls, Texas, Ensign Hansen, Arthur, BA, San Francisco, Calif., Ensign 2nd Lt. Devoe, Charles W., 9A, Fort Worth, Texas. A Page QBO L -U' P' tar ru:- r -HY trail .rm E5-51,1 I il TE? if to A Mins: .nn if dr tt'5et'P2tt9e-1 J -.1 wa 'E 10 rw f me rnfme We-1 I ' ' . 'X . - '. '- -f - r -- 5-' 5" ?"T'? 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'Tiff-1. :ai '-5312137311 .ist -.a:Ege1ff,,.:,....,...e-..,., .. f .1 ,Limn....:-.,.--.t.....:,..m..... ,--M....:--..he ... ,. r + l EEEEMEEE 31, 1943 JV is 41 FIRST ROW, Ensign Rudeen, John E., 98 Mocler, Wyo., Ensign Selley, Paul L., 7E, Wellsville, Utah, Ensign Miller, Robert G., 9A, Glendale, Calif., Ensign Uglow, Donald M., 8B, Hollywood, Calit., Ensign Allinson, Thomas, 8B, Western Springs, llls., 2nd Roley, William H., 8B, Basil, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Perry, Robert E., BD, Sheridan, Mont., Ensign Dean, J. A., 8C, Macon, Ga., Ensign Bouldin, James M., 7D, Culver City, Calif., 2nd Lt. Heacox, Russel L:, 8B, Portland, Ore .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Garrett, Pearson B., 8C, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Wiley, John, 8D, El Monte, Calif., Ensign Evers, Buford F., 6D, Bluff Springs, Fla., Ensign Connelly, Joseph J., 8C, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Parker, Morris O., 913, New Boston, Mass., EEEEME E 31, 1943 Ensign Lewis, Garth A., 8A, Rigby, Idaho, Ensign Pratt, Claude W., 8B, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign Bohli, Edmund J., 8B, Baltimore, Md., Ensign Hartung, William C., 8B, Honolulu, Terr. Hawaii, Ensign Carthers, Ralph R., 7D, Coleman, Fla. . . . THIRD ROW: Ensign Diskosky, Lester H., 8A, Mansfield, Ohio, Ensign Worthington, Duane M., 9A, Spokane, Wash., Ensign Erickson, Warren H., 8C, Chicago, llls., Ensign Fetty, Charles R., 8C, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Ellis, Charles B., 8C, Laverne, Minn., Ensign Lyda, James C., 415, Washington, D. C., Ensign Matthews, Willard, 8B, Vancouver, Wash., Ensign Anzer, Robert H., 8A, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Rietsnyder, Warren S., 7C, Des Moines, Iowa, Ensign Larson, Arthur R., 8C, Chicago, llls. 7 Pa FIRST ROIN, Ensign Pettyiolm, James F., 8A, lmlooclen, Ark., Ensign Samaras, Thomas D., 8C, Afron, Ohio, Ensign Maynard, Carl W., 8C, Springfield, Mo., Ensign fvlazur, Sylvester F., 813, Pontiac, Mich., Ensign Tschirhart, John A., BC, Kansas Ci'y, Mc., Ensign May, Orville W., 713, Montgomery City, Mo.: Ensign Metzler, Milton E., 8C, St. Louis Mo., Ensign Toenges, Robert F., 8C, Pittsburgh, PG., Ensign Boet'l'iee, Norrnar fi., Zta, Great Falls, Mont., Ensign Idelson, William J., 713, Chr go, Illi. . SECOND ROIN, Ensign Weldon, V"lllicm K., '30, Tulsa, Olflo., Ensign Houdir, Benjamin R., 7C, Brflviawe, lIls,, Ensign Ownlfy, Thomas iN., OC, lslaslrtville Tenn., Ensign Trossman, Marti , -GC, Chicago, llls., Ensign Dillard, Thomas E., 8D, East Point, Ga., Ensign Staley, Charles J., 8B, Hollywood, Calit., Ensign Heekin, Robert P., 7E, Maryville, Mo., Ensign Barker, Gerald F., 7D, Westville, Fla., Ensign Burns, John, 7E, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Polak, Raymond L., BA, St. Louis, Mo .... THIRD ROW: Ensign COCIIFCIH, Paul, BD, East Point, Ga., Ensign Sturgis, Samuel P., 7A, Ann Arbor, Mich., Ensign LeTulle, Burton B., 8C, Bay City, Texas, Ensign McClure, Andrew -I-, -If-, BC, Troy, Texas, Ensign Roberts, George A., 8C, Silex, Mo., Ensign Tucker, Rex, Jr., 8C, Smith Center, Kans., Ensign Chase, Donald L., SA, Beloit, Wisc., Ensign Coleman, Joseph L., 9A, Atlanta, Ga., Ensign Butler, James R., SA, Little Rock, Ark., Ensign Green, Howarrl H., 8C, Clearfield, Utah. 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Harmon, Charles E" Warren W., BB, Alberton, Mont., 2nd Lt. Stout, Boyd W., BD, Altus, Okla. 2nd Lt. Stephenson, Oran L., BD, Texas City, Texas, 2nd Lt. Rawes, Arthur M., BC, Philadelphia, Pa., 2nd Lt. Karl, George S., 8C, Chicago, Ills., 2nd Lt. Parker, John O., BD, Henrietta, Texas . SECOND ROVJ: Ensign Kambestad, Joyce D. BB, Glendale, Calif., Ensign Wahlert, Harold, 8C, Buffalo, N. Y., Ensign Boyle , BC, Twin Falls, Idaho, 2nd Lt. Snelson, Lawrence W., Jr., 914, Diboll, TSXUS , . . mike ROW, Ensign Iglesias, Edward, QA, washington, D. C., Ensign Ch"""" Donald W., 8C, Brooklyn, N. Y., Ensign Krug, Charles T., BD, Boston, MCT-1 , Ensign Martz, George, 8A, Pittsburgh, Pa., Ensign Larson, Arthur, Jr., 9Af Pl e' , ville, Ky., Ensign Garcelon, Kenneth E., 9A, Fortuna, Calif., Ensign JoneS, James C" John R., BC, Elizabeth, N. J., Ensign Lancaster, Stuart G., BC, Sarasota, Fla., 8D, Oak Hill, Ohio. Page 284 A 325 1, Vx 7 H ,. I .jj wig ,-3157,-ji.51,14,., - :,,' .. 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' ' mr if ' A . v is Q 8 , 1 f z A gg V'A X f ' N Y , N fy ,v ' A , " if - ' W A . if - ' . ' ' ' "1 I D 'f V ' ' 1 1 V, I "Elf M' W ' V EQ 9 W " V V 51 V' W Ni . Q, . 1 ,V QU . of 0 W' ' e 0 Q v 4 e 1 . 0 ' 0 Q 0, - n 0 O Q ' I ' . Q 0 - 0 . 0 , - e , Q ' Q. Q 0 2 o ' al' J I I T. kg: . ' L . -3-2-T -'.-iii A 25 4 T T -' V V ' I A , ' , -.. . 1 -r ' - . ... 'ag -51 fg.qf, 21': A JT . . A it ' 1' fr . of t ?252i,i5s2212sraeze5122222122:-newQfG215rfffezzsswveeeefp.3.35,-Us -- fe A M- was -- - ' 7 v Unusual aft view of SNJ, mechanic and tower. JANUARY 1, 194 FIRST ROW: Ensign Powell, Robert G., 9C, St. Joseph, Mo., Ensign Henley JOSSPII Q., 8C, Baton Rouge, La., Ensign Shorb, Clarence O., 8C, Boyd, Okla. Ensign Foreman, William L., 8B, Homewood, Miss., 2nd Lt. Mallory, Cameron A. BB, San Anselmo, Calif., 2nd Lt. Young, Robert J., 7D, Prosser, Wash., 2nd Lt Sibbernsen, Albert A., 9A, Bennington, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Smith, Robert I., 9A Santa Monica, Calif., 2nd Lt. Schwarz, Aylward P., 8D, Pasadena, Calif., 2nd Lt. Smithers, George Y., 8C, Toledo, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Johns, George R. A., 9B Bergentield, N. J .... SECOND ROW, Ensign Beving, Raymond D., 9A Wellsburg, Iowa, Ensign Mims, Keith, 9D, Nacogdoches, Texas, Ensign Humphrey Neal H., 9A, Orangeville, lJtah, Ensign Penhallegon, Charles M., BD, Wenatchee WOSIW-1 Ensign Guthrie, Gene E., BD, Wenatchee, Wash, Ensign Millar, Robert A. M. 1 8C, Burlington, Wash., Ensign Close, Francis J., 8D, Cheshire, Conn., Ensign Gardner, Edward P., 8D, Baltimore, Md., Ensign Myers, David J., SC, Okanagan, Wash., Ensign Lindley, Kenneth E., 9A, Monroe, Wash., Ensign Rogers, Ivan L., 8C, Farmersburg, Incl. . . . THIRD ROW, Ensign Young, Tom C., 9B, Washington, D. C., Ensign Tremain, Harold C., 9C, Sidney, Nebr., Ensign Seiberlich, Joseph C., 9C, St. Paul, Minn., Ensign Seleck, Jack R., 98, Howard Beach, N. Y., Ensign Udick, Mitchel L., 9C, Gary, Incl., Ensign Smith, Andrew R., SD, Port Orange, Fla., Ensign Turbes, Norman M., BC, Walnut Grove, Minn., Ensign Rifenburg, Paul, Jr., QA, Saginaw, Mich., Ensign Goodrich, Dexter A., 8D, Chatham, N. Y., Ensign Holbert, James E., BA, Terre Haute, Ind., Ensign Noyes, Richard A., SD, Peterborough, N, H. Page 287 ' .-,: 4---1:':g,1- Y f -'s --:..4.... Af- - -rfb'-.:.-11 N-,:+ . '. 4.u'f'-'-1' z ' ' A I ' '-' - ., i',:,.., . . ,.-.. ,,..,.,.,,...1. - .-,.-.f.-... ,..-,- .- ,U-,,.-1 .. -..-,..:.L-.-,. ,-.- f. 1. . fs. .- 1 -r-ff-,..5-u3.,g..g1:1:j,.fQ..."-g-J-Nr.-fl ,,.-, ,.,..-..r,w,-to ..,.-q..,,,,.,.., E.. P. A f . . . . ,. . :.5':..s'Q,I': rf- 13,-'NE fc.-,:g5:,:-'gram q'.'.2':.1.bJ-'.iHr.4 :,..s gr W '-f-4:'.- fs- .,-1.3-. .- - -,sn 1, .Q VL- ..,-.. ,..--, .- 41-1. .-- vw--.rv eo.-.--rg-.,-- . I-.., ...:--:V .-..-.- . .. ..-.,.s.,,...r3 .M - -,yes-v-...-.,,,..-. AQ. .- ,.N,f-.-c-...Q.-.- .- .- .,-,. .. . V. ,. .1., -. 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Left to right are: Vice Admiral Ramsey, Chief of Bureau of Aeronautics, Rear Admiral Murray, Chief of Naval Air Training, Artemus Gates, Assistant Secretary of Navy for Air, and Rear Admiral Mason, Chief of Naval Air Intermediate Training and Commandant of Naval Air Training Center, Corpus Christi, Texas. 44 .. ii WST Flew- Ensign RlCl"0fdS0'1, Edward l.., EC, Lorenzo, 111, Ensign Bradfield, Bentley, George W., 3D, Glendale, Calif., Ensign Hattersley, Julian, 8Df long HOWOFCJ A-, SC, l-Nails: l.'..:ilq: qzsrz. Ensign Raphael, Edwin E., QA, Cumberland, Beach, Calif., Ensign Hopkins, Peter J., BD, East Cleveland, Ohio: Ensign Taflor' Md., Ensign Eyer, Harold R,, Lori: Eefgzl- Cali.. Ensign Tumeri Floyd E" Robert F., 8A, Jonesboro, Ark., Ensign Jones, Robert, 8D, Green BUY' Wm" 75, DOUQNS l-"-we-' Ef1SiQn Sheelty, John J., SD. Ne., vert., tsl. Y., Ensign Moffii, Enflen l-Ocino, James F., 8C, Chicago, Ills ..., THIRD ROW, Enslrgnmljglslir Lloyd W., QA' Sams f-.mill CJ, Ensign Teal, Thomas VJ., QA! Twig!! Arm' Keith l., BA, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Kirkland, Ralph, 7D, Everett, Wcis JA des Ensign Cufgoin George C.: ...-,.--,. f-.mp En- Sh R b ' Larson, Thomas B., 98, Elsinore, Utah, Ensign Cason, James P., 95, 05 DQ .II ' 9 T k I. .MI , .. Con., sign erman, overt S., COM, Ensign DOVFS, william W-, Jr., 8C, Joplin, Mo., 2nd Lt. McCarvi.e, A' um mm' MM' A-QCNR RCU: En5'9n Dawes' Robert, CC, lGlOfTi2, Robert E., 98, Monrovia, Calif., Ensign Bellmire, William T., 9B, Nubieber, Calif., X'Vaslt., 2nd Lt. Mangus, Garth, So, Ver 68, Mobile, Ala., Ensign McCullough, Um' CGM-7 2nd Ll- Goodman, Jemes G-, JI'-, 2nd Lt Fletcher Carlton N 9B Livermore Calif Ensi n Drake, Paschal O" Lowren E SD CMIQA - ' V l . , ., , 1 .2 9 1 fe 'I f W-'VQCI MHZ-I Ef'5'9f' 9A, San Angelo, Texas, Ensign Fairfax, Aubrey B., 9A, Ross, Calif. Page 288 L -P '- 'A ' ? B I a I i 'K 5 1 1 3 1 .e 4 -1 Z A, . 9- . .1 Ex , 14 ia -- LL?', 2:21 , ,332 .-,AT :fj ' .pus--ann-vw: YI 7 , 1, fl 3 FIRST ROW, Ensign Kerr, Ellis A., BC, Leesville, La., Ensign Kircher, Charles D., BB, San Fernando, Calif., Ensign Voelki, Raymond R., 9B, Dayton, Ohio, Ensign Harvey, Fenton I., 9D, Bell Island, South Norfolk, Conn., Ensign Currier, Robert L., 9B, Grand Rapids, Mich., Ensign Coapstick, Lloyd N., 9B, Michigantown, Ind., Ensign Coffin, Robert T., Jr., 9B, Brunswick, Maine, Ensign Fletcher, Willard M., BC, Edwardsville, llls., Ensign Metzger, Harold F., BB, Edwardsville, llls. , . . SECOND ROIN, Ensign Johnson, Hugh S., Jr., BD, Rose Hill, N. C., Ensign Tanner, Stanley R., BB, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Rohowits, Gerald K., BA, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Carter, Doss E., Jr., BA, Oklahoma City, Okla., Ensign Widholm, Robert W., .lflNlIilllY 19, 1944 BD, Chicago, Ills., Ensign McKnight, Joseph S., 9A, Colorado Springs, Colo., Ensign Williams, Robert H., BD, Wheatridge, Colo., Ensign Ables, James A., BA, Seneca, S. C., Ensign Walker, James R., 9C, Omaha, Nebr .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Datte, Hugh J., Jr., 8B, Collingdale, Pa., Ensign Mueller, Elmer J., BB, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Hunter, Charles H., 9A, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Russon, Dell H., 7E, Venice, Calif., Ensign Gill, Roger J., BC, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Mundt, William G., BC, Sedro-Woolley, Wash., Ensign Lattin, Jack M., BB, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Keenholts, Ed, BC, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Bailey, George H., BB, Grangeville, Idaho. 'E -7 ' FIRST RON'-. Ensign Meyer, Elmere B., EB, firrcznilg, Te-ug, Ensign Martin, Raymond D., S.-3 Long 55315. Ci' ff Ensign Doyle, Daniel E., 9A, Drefel I'-till, Pa., Ensign Brucksch, Richard, Jr., EC, E:?n'c'e, .'.'fj.' Ensign Gearhart, Vlillis A., 9A, Lang Beach Calf., Ensign Baylic-s, Howard N., QA, Yuizfzza, Calif., Ensign I Plump, Robert J., 95, H3cI.c"s.::l, N, J., Ensign Gardner, John D., 9,-1, V.f35Iq. ington, Iowa, Ensign Goodhue, Vlilliam, EE, S::r F":r:'3Cc, Cixi 5, SEQQND ROYV: Ensign Hunziker, Fred A., EC, C'Q.'. f':", Fi.: Ensign Sally, Aloysius, BB, Youngstown, Chic, Ensign Gilchrest, Dexter S., ED, Egg-I-, Egg-1175,-,I Magi., Ensign Beese, NNilliam P., BD Defra.: .'.'.:r-,, Ensign Smith, Lewis E., 9A, T.-.igg Vxlagh., Ensign Risinger, Edward A., 7A, Hartford City, Ind., Ensign Hinrichsf Ronald W., 8B, Washington, D. C., Ensign Wiggins, William J., 9B, Carrollton, Ga., Ensign Studebaker, John T., 8A, Cody, Wyo ,,,, THIRD ROW,Ensign Roy, George R., 9C, Lisbon, N. Y., Ensign Williams, Garland M., BB, Clarkston, Wash., Ensign Newbrough, Louis H., 9B, San Diego, Calif., Ensign Scroope, Robert, 9A, New York, N, Y., Ensign Anthony, Roscoe T., Jr., BA, Palm Beach, Fla., Ensign Anderson, Phillip R., 9A, Delavan, VVisc., Ensign Landre, Vernon A., 8B, Slan- woad, Wash., Ensign Jaskari, Arnold O., 9A, Crosby, Minn., Ensign MUYOI William R., 9A, Allentown, Pa. Page 290 ii. fp? V Aviation Cadet J. J. Moran wears mask ot adhesive tape to protect 'iace Jilllliilli , 1944 FIRST ROW, Ensign Bevens, Willard D., 88, Portland, Ore., Ensign Call, Melvin E. 80, Bancroft, Idaho, Ensign Hewitt, James E., BD, Fairbanks, La., 2nd Lt. Stone, GUY O., Jr., 7A, Glenwood, Ga., 2nd Lt. Stanton, Charles l., Jr., 8D, Arlington V0-1 Ensign Hopfinger, Richard M., 8D, Port Clinton, Ohio, Ensign Coy, Guy D. 93, Wewton, Kans,, 2nd Lt. Childers, Lloyd F., Oklahoma City, Okla., 2nd Lt. Ryan Samuel W., 9A, Riverside, Calif .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Eyre, William -l- 9A, Midland, Mich., Ensign Ashlin, John D., 8D, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Ambridge Joseph J., 8D, Fort Plain, N. Y., 2nd Lt, Bradway, Judson J., QA, Alhambra Calit., Ensign Johnson, Donald R., 8D, Fennville, Mich., Ensign Howser, Arthur J., 8C, Port Townsend, Wash., 2nd Lt. Archer, David E., 9A, Clinton, Okla., 2nd Lt. Carroll, John G., 9A, Pasco, Wash., Ensign McDougal, Victor E., 8D, Deming, N. Mex .... THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Johnson, Andrew O., 98, Kansas City, Mo., 2nd Lt. Rushling, Donald H., 9A, Port Arthur, Texas, Ensign Koploy, Lester M., 9E, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Ballard, Robert A., 88, Draper, Utah, 2nd Lt. Robertson, Mark D., 8C, Lorell, Wyo., Ensign Scholl, Jol-in E., SA, Falls City, Nebr., Ensign Stocker, Merrill S., 98, Salem, Mass., Ensign Walker, Robert L., 98, Kent, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Schuh, Robert K., 7C, Fort Thomas, Ky. Page 29l y...... ,isa ,-ff 13 Jr "" ,,.,f""4J ,.,-f-f"'i'.,.. , ll . ,,,L E' ,Qs--'x""1,,f",.1'?E ,i,ggQQ2fiff ff' J l x ' fe 711 JllUlHll 22, 1941 s Aviation Cadet VV. H. Nutter tolling his troubles to Cadet Regimental Chaplain Evans. .3 :E 1 ,e 1 'T' EEST PCT- Ensign MacDonald, Daniel J., EI in 3: ae, 51. J., Ensign McAlister, James O., ., ' 7 Ensign Rehor, Laurence VJ., Jr., QE, Pomona Cizlmf Ensign Supple, Jackson R., ' E z' 11" 1 Cv ' Ensign Entenmann John R., EC 5' E ' Ensign Ball, John G., ff li, C. Ensign Eide, Fred A., 5' .' Qnd Lf. Noble, Oran VL, Gi 5.3-y-'Q Nl-icsir, Ensign Hinrichs, Henry G.. X ' i' 'Q Cp' 5. Ensign Pearson George NV., CA Qi' Qlllf s if ..-Hi 71 '. Ensign Rishel, Maurice O., SD Cinwa.: C.:s'L N. Ensign Collins, Charles J., ?C Cs:":'.'1:f:-1 Ensign Marxer, Leroy A., if Gui' Et ' Ensign Jones, Fenner D., EQ Corona, N. Mez., Ensign Holmes, John G., 88, Wilmar, Calif., Ensign Hur' Walter V., 8D, El Reno, Olfla., Ensign Kimball, Richard C., 9A, MontereY Pork Calif., Ensign Haggstrom, Ralph E., 7B, Providence, R. l., Ensign Walker, William F. 95, Ponce, Terai: Ensign Malone, Kenneth E., BD, Filer, idaho . . . THIRD ROW Ensign Gibson, Milton L., QB, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Blue, Gerald, 35 Hall-,i.'.ood, Calif., Ensign Valeich, Edward F., 8A, Jersey City, N. J., Ensign 5C"C'Qe Hamer D., 81-., Conway, Iowa, Ensign Klein, Karl H., 8B, Los Angeles, 'Calif- Ensign Hopkins, Walter J., Jr., 9A, Fort Vlforth, Calif., Ensign Davis, David .G- ?f1, Deruer, Colo., Ensign Martz, John J., BD, Rockville, Md-: En5l9n Km? Carlton W., 98, Kalamazoo, Mich., Ensign Whitmore, William P., SD, Hemel, Cfllll 1 -1 l Y? ,,,H.:Lg,,eH-g,-. I1 .4.:,:..:s-.:5.4.:.ggfvigbiji .3-.211rxgfsgi-"Af:.-':xszxni-4:::::l::f, rr ':""'27 1-f-' ff .I?":E4EF"'l.. ' .':'.ifi"'iE'ElELE'EE7ir::f.:w.:t:::. J, n ...-I 'J' -IN I". ol .li JA UARY , 1944 i: FIRST ROW: Ensign Caldwell, David R., Jr., 8A, Fort Howard, Md., Ensign Cross, Edwin, 8D, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Bauer, Lawrence A., 7C, Valley Falls, Kans. Ensign Lichnerowicz, Emeryk, 8B, Chicago, llls., Ensign Wessels, Lowell A., 8B Watseka, llls., Ensign Claus, Richard C., BC, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Morris, Lester, 9A, Malden, Mo., Ensign Bain, Robert St. C., 9C, Buffalo, N. Y., Ensign Kesler, Charles H., 9A, Alhambra, Calif., Ensign Edwin, Norman L., BD, Arkansas City Kans .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Asbill, Lewie C., SC, Ridge Spring, S. C. Ensign Albright, Martyn B., 7E, Long Beach, Calif., Ensign Henry, John W., 8D Tulsa, Oklo., Ensign Hargis, William H., 8B, Salinas, Calif., Ensign McKirchy, Donald JA EARY , 1944 I 'J' - . A it 'I , I i , l 1 kryf, nv, . ' ' fx, I iqfkgljn E L MM-- ' V,"-fw. xQ4fe,t:i,2' A X ' '.""rf V. . . I I, --.W-V. JW' sw-ff-gif., : ..,. f. A Vg' r A A If 9B, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Ensign Johnson, Chester C., 9A, Watsonville, Calif., Ensign Eskola, Howard H., 9A, Astoria, Ore., Ensign Peterson, Charles R., BC, Chicago, llls., Ensign Davis, Charles H., BC, Plainview, Texas, Ensign Duss, Charles L., 8C, Macon, Mo .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Kreps, Earl, Jr., 9D, Ida, Mich., Ensign Sallot, Lloyd R., SD, Riverside, Calif., Ensign Redgate, Laurence K., 9C, Brighton, Mass., Ensign Newman, Meredith W., 9A, Ventura Calif., Ensign Goss, Harold M., BC, Lewiston, Pa., Ensign Bibby, Neil G., 9Ai Long Beach, Calif., Ensign Anderson, John W., 9A, Calexico, Calif., Ensign Gamble, Walter C., 8D, New York, N. Y., Ensign Williams, John T., Jr., 8C, Walnut Ridge, Ark., Ensign Doss, Wallace M., Jr., 8C, Shawnee, Okla. FIRST ROW: Ensign Smith, Henry M., Jr., 8D, Missoula, Mont., Ensign Cline, Harry L., 9C, Gaffney, S. C., Ensign Tuthill, Warren E., 9A, Stuttgart, Ark., Ensign Palermo, Carlo N., New Orleans, La., Ensign Mullen, John H., Jr., 9A, EI Paso, Texas, Ensign Kendall, Donald M., 8B, Sequim, Wash., Ensign Craven, Eugene R., 9C, Sterling, Colo., Ensign Wolak, Henry W., 8D, Highland Park, llls., Ensign Scott, Donald G., 8D, Centralia, Wash .... SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Brunton, Ernest K., BD, Eugene, Ore., Ensign Kirkhart, Allan L., QA, Lorinor, Iowa, Ensign Hope, Eugene W., 9A, Atlanta, Ga., Ensign Quinn, William A., QB, Omaha, Nebr., Ensign Rossen, Matthew, Jr., 9A, River Forest, llls., Ensign Shaw, Earle J., Jr., 9A, Arcadia, Calif., Ensign Rawding, Robert J., 9A, Nashville, Tenn., Ensign McCannon, John R., 6A, lla, Ga .... THIRD ROW, Ensign Peterson, Lowell D., 9A, Phoenix, Ariz., Ensign Seymour, Earl P., 95, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Lovely, Bryan K., 8D, Wilsall, Mont., Ensign Nason, Edward M., Jr., 8D, Cass Lake, Minn., Ensign Postevick, Richard B., 8D, Livingston, Mont., Ensign Purnell, John S., Jr., 9A, Pine Bluff, Ark., Ensign McCloskey, Roy P., 9B, Chicago, llls., Ensign Edwards, Edwin C., 8B, Portland, Ore., Ensign Richardson, Murlin K., 9A, Salt Lake City, Utah. Page 293 eil- gms Jilztfs--:'f:::"'-e N.-114:--. r'-'rr--. '1 -f ' . .-.- f. :-- ' - . . , - -- -.,-V ..-.- :.-.,-'.- - .g --,,.-.:,1:.-4- ef-,.,.,-:.-'L-' K,:f--':,,f-fuck-' nu-.g -. " -L - ,. ,- . .- -.. :-,'. ,A . ' -v .1- H- .- - -' ' --.--' ' - ',.--. mu- fl' -----5,11--'.'..Z1 -"li 7?-"2'ff2.v".nT: .1.2:ff1-I-1.1213-T -' -"1" f-' ' -. .-... - -, C, ..... . -.,,.,,. ..,,,,-,,.,,..-.M ,..., 1- .-- Q G ,..,.,,- . 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A Q --:.': - -. :"'.'f' - ,.........-.--.-P , I .ANl4Rl L', 1944 .. ..i..., l L..vw- .qf u .. -. 3 in l l Q I 4 i 4 l Q 1 ? i lf il FIRST ROVV, Ensign French, Robert C., QA, Ocean City, N. J., Ensign Roundy, William D., 911, Manoplri, Cuba, Ensign Rehm, William E., 98, San Francisco, Cfilil., 2nd Lt. Rogers, Francis H., QC, Hingham, Maze., Ensign Shortall, William K., ,"",. 'If-., Pliilfiriiglpliifi, Pri., Ensign Ferguson, James W., QA, Newarlc, N. J., Ensign K ' Thomas, John, 98, Siienundooli, Pa., Ensign Brafford, Bruce, Jr., 743, Herrin, llls. IN SECOND RO".'i.', Ensign McDolc, Robert W., QA, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Yorks, lt 'll' Russell S., 911, Mil-mlwrg, Pri., Ensign Nodlcr, Abraham l., QA, Los Angeles, Calif., l Ensign Nelson, Kenneth D., '78, Culver City, Calif., Ensign Dal Maso, llario F., v . 0 lllllkl Zh, 1944 A ' A 93, Allentown, Pa., Ensign Copp, Ralph D., 98, Dayton, Ohio, Ensign Sprigg, Rodne S. Jr., 9A, Hollywood, Calii., Ensign Wehrspann, Leo E., 9B, Oltosenl Y 1 Iowa, Ensign Rogers, William H., 9A, Chatham, Mass .... THIRD ROW 2nd Lt. Compher, Carlton M., Jr., 98, Detroit, Mich., 2nd Lt. Frederickson, Robert E. 8D, Cushing, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Friesz, Elmo Wallace, 9B, Salisbury, Mo., 2nd lt Boden, Donald B., 8D, Bellevue, Wash., Ensign Ebner, Gerald L., 7D, Excelsior Minn.- 2nd Lt. Creahan, John W., 9B, Buffalo, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Kammerer, Robert J. BB, Eyerett, Wash., Ensign Gibbs, Chris N., 9B, Taylorville, llls. , -.-. i .iv-I' ---ie 'll Flqii QC-Y Ensi"'n c'Q"'Q Q r I' ' 2' ' --Y - - Q - CQ ,tin En-,gn-iujgssl. Rfbgra ig 2j'ag'.'!'Ens:9nEv-,Ondo,Victor, ion, D. C., Ensign Wheeler, James H., 8C, Hardin, Mo.: Ensign Pendergrass Q John JI' JL' Ci Ulf: SA in Emigyy MQDCMEH .Wallace if nignmfficgrath, Robert N., 8D, Bakersfield, Mo.: Ensign Webster, Clinton R., 9A, Pasadena, Cai Ensign McAdams. Robert K., iF 2 A: 1 fx 5 'Ensign tJanllCiuvndlMBJilli lxleljlr-l Enslgn. Reese' Wllllom A" QA' Toronto' Ollllo ' ' ' -ll-HRD ROW: Enslgn Byron C5 Sim 'AG Cds. Emion M0-CH' jcmes F- 2, TM". F F ' ff 'iq-Sp. hr: Granville. O., 93, Trent, Texas, 2nd Lt. Mosena, Melbourne l.., BA, QUlf1CYf l A il ROV.: Yndi Lt. l.udden,vCi1crfes H., 25 Q-4 Us 1. 1: gnS,CndL LHS J h 'LP-Clin? Ellslgn Klllzel' Russell lil" QB' Blsmcrk' N' Dalai 2nd Ll' Crooks' Wllllam Mil: .2 Glencciev C31 in 2nd U- I illl mer' wzmcm C- - :L - ' W ,MI o n cgjyfw-, I-our Lakes, Wash., Ensign Hamilton, George H., 9C, Boise, Idaho: Ensign Sout err Lewis G. 95 Hcf"o':'e Sex" C: F4-init Ccliowad MP n:l:gll..,l Qld' Rlcllord' all Delloll' Mlcllf Enslgn Loflngr Emmett M-1 8C, Hooker' Oklo ' ' ' ' "" Y' C 'J -I f-f -'-Ciffgf Ensign Stewart, Joe W., 8A, Vicksburg, Miss. l ill 294 I . ... ,N - A ,,,.,.,,. . .. .. s. MVAMVAI-,,,. .,.,,,,,, . . . mv.. 'i I 'ff' Ak . ,j-J, . ,, I 'T lg .NLQ '53 I if 1 ,' ,QQ 1 any I I I V f':T'r'I l. , I, I 9, ,X 'I'I i ii. fi E., .El .i. 3. li, I: I., I il ' it Colonel R. C. Mangrum, Otticer in Charge, Aviation Cadet Regiment, it presents trophy to Aviation Cadet Bredenbach tor his basketball team, Sth Battalion "I-Iellcats" winning Cadet Basketball Championship. JANUARY 26, 1944 ' .I. IVV? TTT TT Schenectady, N. Y., Ensign Tobin, Richard G., 9D, Fishers Island, N. Y., Ensign Davis, John F., 9A, Kosciusko, Miss., Ensign Luedke, Robert C., BD, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign James, Sidney B., QB, Marblehead, Mass. . THIRD ROW, Ensign Newcomb, Harold R., 9B, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Clark, William H., 9B, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Haggard, James L., 9C, Kansas City, No., Ensign Stixrud, Thomas E., 9A, Ocean Beach, Calif., Ensign Weyer, James F., 9A, Norfolk, Va., Ensign Mims, Don A., 7E, Natchitoches, La., Ensign Hemphill, William V., BB, Braxton, Miss., Ensign Alix, Joseph P. L., 8B, Lockport, N. Y. ii FIRST ROW, 2nd Lf. Guthrie, Calvin E., 9B, Tacoma, Wash., 2nd Lt. Cates, Glen, 5 9B, I-Iemet, Calif., Ensign Chernoff, Saul, 9B, Hollywood, Calit., Ensign Bowman, ' George D., 8C, Clover, S. C., Ensign Shutler, Manly J., 9A, Detroit, Mich., i Ensign Ingels, Paul A., 9A, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Swinney, James H., 9A, i Jackson, Tenn., Ensign Sorensen, Richard M., 9A, Norfolk, Nebr .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Foley, John J., 8A, Norwalk, Conn., Ensign Mikelich, Alfred I., 9A, Tacoma, Wash., Ensign Christensen, Edwin H., SC, Rodgers, Nebr., Ensign yi Vegelahn, Norbert P., 9A, Milwaukee, Wisc., Ensign Rice, Howell D., 9C, -i ll F t 5 Page 295 i I " ' "L-lf . 4, 1. .-si.. . , .. .. I , . . ,. T .. -- - . . - .. - . 1 . .':-f"'f-'-, -' v:. N -an .rv-c--f--- J. he --.1 s.,-ce.--3. 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Waller, Terrence, 9A, Rock Springs, Wyo., Ensign Hallock, Leward A., Jr. 8D, Cleveland, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Day, Daryle D., 8A, Elgin, Ills., Ensign Murray, Eldin C., 9B, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Schuster, Louis L., 9B, Ellis, Kans. . . . SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Paquette, Ralph E., 8D, Pasadena, Calif., 2nd Lt. Ruprecht, John F., 9A, Elizabeth, N. J., Ensign Taylor, Elvis S., Jr., 8D, Junction City, Ore. Ensign Hinckley, Robert S., 9B, Palo Alto, Calif., 2ncl Lt. Pellegrin, Dudley F. iiiiii iiii , 1944 7D, Houma, La., Ensign Darrow, Howard M., 9D, Glendale, Calif., 2nd Lt. Wilbert, Robert F., 8B, Clyde, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Hoover, Albert P., 8D, Flossmoor, Ills., 2nd Lt. Hronek, James, 8C, Pocatello, idaho, Ensign Pratt, Eugene D., 9A, Centralia, Wash .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Wing, Bobbie C., 8D, Falls City Nebr., Ensign Wickwire, Warren P., 8D, Winthrop, Mass., 2nd Lt. Goodwin, Fuy K., 8C, Redlands, Calif., Ensign Schisler, Herbert H., 9A, La Verne, Calif., Ensign Stewart, Joseph H., 8D, Olathe, Kans., Ensign Chase, Howard T., 8C, Spokane, Wash., Ensign Barker, Philip, 9A, Escondido, Calif., Ensign Washburn, Robertl., 8D, Greenville, Texas, 2nd Lt. Olson, Robert P., 9A, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Bell, Marion S., 9A, Denver, Colo. FIRST ROW: Ensign Offh, John, ac, Ronnoo, Mion., Ensign Tonsfeldt, Allen P., 8C, Pipestone, Minn., Ensign Grover, Leon R., Jr., 9A, Moorefield, W. Va. Ensign l'lC1llmC1l'l, James W., 9A, Pielson, Fla., Ensign McDonough, Martin, 9A, Senftle, WGSE-2 Ensign Hardigan, Wayne E., 9A, Denver, Colo., Ensign Lewis George B., 8D, Billings, Mont., Ensign Goodson, Franklin T., 9A, Palestine, Texas Ensign Gibson, Charles W., 9A, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Gould, Richard, 9A Somerville, Mass .... SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. McQuay, Lee E., 8D, McFadden Wyo., 2nd Lt. Demopoulus, Demosthenes, 8C, Great Falls, Mont., Ensign Doering William -l-I 8D, l-OS Angeles, Calif., Ensign Clark, William G., 8C, Elmhurst, llls., 1 7 1 1 2nd l-l- GV9eClY1 Warren K., 8C, Medina, Wash., 2nd Lt. Cartney, Ira F-f 85' Twin Falls, Idaho, 2nd Lt. Bloom, Claude W., 8D, Sand Point, Idaho, 2nd Lt. Woltz, John H-I QA, Pittsburgh. Pa., Ensign i-iowoil, wiiiis R., so, San Diego, Calif.: Enslgn Lewis, Jack C., 8D, Houston, Texas . . . THIRD ROW: Ensign Doane, Frank E., 9C, Lyman, Mass., Ensign Davison, William T., 9B, Melrose, Mass., Enslgn BUVlC, JOSGPI1, 98, Akron, Ohio, Ensign Hills, Francis M., 9A, Klickitat, WG5ll-P Ensign 5i"0eCl9f, Anthony E., 9A, Hillsborn, Ore., 2nd Lt. Evans, Robert C., SC' Hohenwald, Tenn., Ensign Gaffney, Dale B., 8D, Pgsgdenq, Calif, Ensign ThomGSi Edward E., 7C, Valley View, Pa., Ensign Went, Roger H., 7E, Maplewood, N- -l-1 2nd Lt. Schrimsher, Thomas E., 8D, Huntsville, Alq, Page 298 XX CX 3 Xi Xe. xx , XX -419 " I 1 im' N 4 iii TT ' X i V .f N ilbert, . Ills., Xlelnr, JY K-. Ensign ilcone, art I., Bell, Second Lieutenant Paul Ivlasich, USMCR, receives his first salute from Calvin James Callahan, S2fC. Lieutenant Masich produced the dollar immediately afterwards. iiiiiiliiiii , 1944 ,F wart xx' X.. . X . -Wu, . If X. 1 1 i U., 35, FIRST ROW: Ensign Henderson, Mac W., BC, Evanston, VVyo., Ensign Von Roenn, iz, Kenneth F., 8D, Louisville, Ky., Ensign Mann, Richard W., 9A, Dickinson, N. Dok., ff Ensign Van Orsdel, William L., 8C, Phalanx Station, Ohio, Ensign Fish, Junior C., ef 9B, Indianapolis, Ind., Ensign Golden, Charles C., SD, Hammond, Ind., Ensign 5' Rankovich, Frank D,, 8D, Tooele, Utah, Ensign O'Connor, Jack J., SA, Seattle, L' Wash., Ensign Duncan, Frank E., 9A, Portland, Ore., Ensign O'DonnelI, Ralph N., 8C, Lewistown, Mont .... SECOND ROW, Ensign Greeson, Thelma F., Jr., 8C, Lisbon, La., Ensign Nigro, Emil F., 98, Chicago, llls., Ensign Knight, Richard S., 9E, West Medford, Mass., Ensign Vanlandingham, John W., 8C, Duncan, Okla., Sf Ensign Kready, Richard P., 9D, Vtfortington, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Wilderman, Leroy L., 8C, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Paquin, Andrew A., 7D, Red Lake Falls, Ensign Marshall, Reinhart, 8D, Lombard, Ills., Ensign Hingston, William San-de-Fuco, Wash., Ensign Hutchinson, John M., 7A, Pullman, Wash. . THIRD ROW: Ensign Gwinn, Wilbur C., QB, Son Martin, Calif., Ensign James D., 9A, Tucson, Ariz., Ensign Curry, Arl, 8C, Herndon, Va., Ensign MacDonald, Elwood K., SA, Rochelle Pork, N. J., Ensign Taylor, Robert A., SD, Chinook, Mont., Ensign Langston, James T., 7C, Mississippi, Ensign Pendergrass, Glenn H., QA, Paris, Ark., Ensign Tillet, Glenn A., 9A, Knoxville, Tenn., 2nd Lt. Ross, Warren P., 83, Springfield, Ills., Ensign Snider, Gerald L:, 98, Denton, N. C. Minn., C., 8D, Landon, ' . 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' ' ' ' - ,-Y. - f xg.-... .:. 517- .J f,.L-.15-.,,.,: na r -:ff-::,.::' 1 If-'af' 'Si'2'.. 1,1 ?'4..g.1. T' l'2f.,:T-:.E.-gi?iv2'Hgg1.., f-2-.-5.,..j'J, Q-V--521-J:-M -sf .3-Q7 ,, 1 f"l?bxsvr.:?.'f:sa::F:.- 'gif 'f1::12iE:fs-' K 5113 gag,-.,f l l i l li il . i l l I ,....... , N... 1 l l l l ,il i l I lillll F B R ARY , 1944 Commanding Officer of Rodd Field conducting Personnel Inspection February 5th. FIRST ROW, Ensign Ryan, Emmett J., BC, Bozeman, Mont., Ensign Grcy, Dennis, R l l l 8C, Stevensville Norman, Max D ., 7E, Dunsmuir, Calif., 2nd Lt. Masich, Paul, 6D, Sheba an Wisc Ensign Freeman, Mont., Ensign Neher, Paul E., 9D, South Bend, lnd., Ensign YQ , -: John K., 9E, Greenbelt, Md., Ensign Jones, Rexford W., 8D, Columbus, Ohio, Ensign McAllister, William R., BD, Plymouth, Mich., Ensign Ravell, William Bz, 8A SECOND ROW: Delmar D., 8B, W. Va., Ensign Ennis, Texas, Ensign Smiadak, Edward, BD, Erie, Pa ..,. Ensign Cline, Ralph K., 8D, Tacoma, Wash., Ensign Laupp, Yakima, Wash., Ensign Nightengale, Donald B., BD, Wheeling Pargh, Eugene D., 9A, Nashville, Tenn., Ensign Tolle, James E, 1 I Page 9B, Indianapolis, Ind., Ensign Abernethy, John, BC, Brooklyn, N. Y-I Enslgn Phillips, Frank, 9A, Marion, Ala., Ensign McClintock, John G., 8D, Sioux City, lowdz Ensign Little, Norman E., 9A, Carmel, Calif,, Ensign Wagner, Roy T., 95, C0l0"UdO Springs, Colo ..., THlRD ROW: Ensign Scully, Daniel B., 8C, Highland Park, Ills., Ensign Powell, Jennings B., Jr., 9A, Garland, Texas, Ensign Forsgrenf Hllmer W" 8D, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Sasser, George K., 9A, Glendale, Ariz., Ensign Cook' Lawrence E., 9D, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Nicholson, Robert H., 9A, Chattan0090f Tenn., Ensign Richards, William J., BC, Portland, Ore., Ensign Paxton, William J-1 8B, Pittsburgh, Pa., Ensign Davis, Fred A., 8D, Duke, Okla,, Ensign Luke, Vernon' BC, Allen, Okla. 300 41 f M.. . ,..,., , ,... . ... f . .-.. ... .. . ...-.. -,,,,,,3 1 ., .- , , , M' ,H , , , , , . 'gg,'..gg1.-gi'-rigs.,'.fI,:.,i.,..1,::LL'::'.c':..'::":.'.:':"'u'::f.'jLj:g34-ty.-3 . M,-4..,.,. V ,.,... ... . .. .. ....,. . -.a ., FIBHUARY 4, 1944 5 SJW on FIRST ROW: Ensign Richards, Kenneth L., BC, Warren, Ohio, Ensign Mayer, Milton, 9A, San Gabriel, Calif., Ensign Breinhoff, James E., 9A, Venice, Utah, Ensign McKinley, John R., Jr., 9A, Lubbock, Texas, Ensign Locke, James A., 98, Crossett, Ark., Ensign Thompson, Ruben B., BC, Lutkin, Texas, Ensign Prime, Lawrence C., BC, Oklahoma City, Okla., Ensign Bund, John R., 7D, Canton, Ohio, Ensign Zentz, Bernard L., BC, Kirksville, Mo., Ensign Smith, Chester L., BC, Kermit, Texas . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Anderson, Ralph R., BD, Ellensburg, Wash., Ensign Peterson, John H., BC, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Ost, William R., IOA Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Smith, Harold L., IOA, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Morris, 1 1 F BRUARY 5, 1944 Jcmes B., QA, Searcy, Arl-.., Ensign Beck, William R., FIA, Tautlv, INa:.li., Ensign McCarthy, James R., 88, Manitou Springs, Cola., Ensign Skinner, Raymond F., Jr., BC, Sarasota, Fla., Ensign Strause, Fred C., BC, Gr:-at F-ills, t-font., Ensign Winslow, George H., Hadley Falls, Mass. THIRD ROW, Ensign Donnelly, John J., BC, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Lee, Ellis E., BC, Siau- Par, tifmit, Ensign Bitner, Warren H., 9A, VVilliamson, Pa., Ensign Zeger, Herbert L., 'PF-., Cliriiiilii-rzlaurrj, Pri, Ensign Jensen, T. E., 9A, Rayse City, T-.-fan, Ensign Long, Roy B., YC, Dawnon, Texas, Ensign Dolven, Clemens I., BD, Hrirhfrii, t-.ftantwi Ensign Courtenay, Charles M., 98, Savannah, Ga., Ensign Simbles, John G., BC, Dr-trait, Mirh., Ensign Flint, Mitchell L., BC, Kansas City, Mo. ? igr VU? ido lst tl., ,Iii ,Of J., tilt 6 FIRST ROW, Ensign Anderson, Jean P., BC, Elma, Wash., Ensign Nix, Benjamin E., Jr., BD, Bearden, Ark., Ensign Perry, David F., BD, Boise, Idaho, 2nd I.t. Leathers, George A., Jr., 88, Riverdale, Md., Ensign Blair, George W., BD, Portland, Ore., Ensign Myers, Robert L., 9C, Milan, Ind., Ensign Nelson, Gordon L., 9B, St. Paul, Minn., Ensign Rowland, Jess R., 9A, Grants Pass, Ore,, Ensign Rankin, William R., 98, Atlanta, Ga., Ensign Cavaleri, Michael, BB, Denver, Colo. . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Bissell, Frank H., BD, Norwalk, Conn., Ensign White, Lawrence E., 9A, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Noland, James E., BC, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Abbott, Edward J., 9C, Omaha, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Benson, Douglas J., QC, Clear Lake, N"-fisc., Ensign Lindstrom, Arthur H., BC, Two Harbors, Minn., 2nd Lt. Curtis, Robert W., BB, Tulsa, Okla., Ensign Maguire, Ernest A., 9C, Hartford, llls., 2nd Lt. Beck, Waldo H., IOB, Fredericksburg, Va. , . THIRD ROIN, Ensign Chase, Franklin H., 98, Bay Shore, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Daniels, Willie L., QA, Atlanta, Texas, Ensign Meadows, Ralph, 9A, Diamond, VV. Va., Ensign Maloney, Robert J., BC, Marian, Ohio, Ensign Wasneski, Joseph, 9E, Riverside, N. J., Ensign Minnock, Kenneth E., '?A, Grand Blanc, Mich., Ensign Humphrey, Robert J., BC, Billings, Mont., 2nd Lt. Mitchell, Merritt A., 9C, Grand Rapids, Minn., 2nd Lt. Moyses, Emanuel, 9A, New Rochelle, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Stanley, Robert W., 9C, Harborcreek, Pa. Page 3Ol -'.:-.'-fl'-1 '-'-C- .. ' " - FEBRUARY , 1944 FIRST ROW: 2nd Lt. Barnes, Parker L., 9C, Plymouth, Mass., 2nd Lt. Peterson, Kenneth H., 9B, Upson, Wisc., 2nd Lt. Summers, Garth E., 9B, Hot Springs, S. Dak., 2nd Lt. Pace, Joseph C., QC, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Benson, Robert O., BC, Plentywood, Mont., 2nd Lt. Dearborn, John J., BD, South Deerfield, N. H., Ensign Brantley, Melvin H., 9B, Ashland, Ore., Ensign Doerfield, Robert A., BD, Boston, Mass., 2nd Lt. Fleig, Otto N. T., 9C, Plainfield, N. J., 2nd Lt. Gustafson, William N., 9C, Boston, Mass., 2nd Lt. Shotwell, Harold W., BC, Bozeman, Mont. . . . SECOND ROW: Ensign Fales, David C., BB, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Hall, Richard S., BA, Staten Island, N. Y., Ensign Webster, Elwood A., Jr., 9E, Norristown, Pa., Ensign Smith, Henry H., 9E, Wynnewood, Pa., Ensign Nygaard, FEBR ARY , 19441 Erick D., BC, Brookhaven, Miss., 2nd Lt. Swinford, Duane A., 9B, Hartford, Mich. 2nd Lt. Filbin, Richard F., 9B, West Newton, Mass., Ensign Kreycik, Charles W. 9E, Wood Lake, Nebr., Ensign Gilroy, James H., Jr., 9E, Utica, N. Y., 2nd Lt Obstarczyk, Francis L., BD, Great Falls, Mont., Ensign Gross, Edward K., 9A Anaconda, Mont .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. Devoe, Jack R., 9C, Fort Worth Texas, 2nd Lt. Fink, Henry, 9C, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Carter, Leland B., 9A Battle Creek, Mich., 2nd Lt. Rosendale, Richard L., 9C, Pottstown, Pa., 2nd Lt Ruppert, Charles W., 9C, West Nyack, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Nolen, Arthur A., Jr. 9C, Evanstown, Ills., Ensign Ruedi, Julius A., 9A, Billings, Mont., Ensign Kelly, Leo BC, Brookline, Pa., 2nd Lt. Morton, Morris S., 7E, Kalamazoo, Mich., 2nd Lt. Dichak Albert F., BD, Canonsburg, Pa., Ensign Martin, James M., 9B, Los Angeles, Calif, FIRST ROW: Ensign Halweg, Marvin A., 9C, ST. Paul, Minn., Ensign Kfttleson Robert W., BD, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Berg, Frederick E., 9B, Burlington, Mass.. Ensign Chapman: Edward D., BD, Portland, Ore., Ensign Hershfelt, Robert W. 8A, Decatur, Ills., Ensign Ley, Robert F., 9A, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Heqffuq Oliver F., 9C, New York, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Johnson, Addison J., 9A, Stamford, Conn, 1 1 1 1 1 2nd Lt. Manley, Charles L., 9A, Ennis, Mont., Ensign Cazes, Joseph C,, 9A Addis, La., Ensigh Christ, John S., 9C, Wausaukee, Wisc. . SECOND ROW Ensign Kilcoyne, Thomas R., 9B, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Judge, James C., 9C Washington, D. C., Ensign Brown, Arthur E., 9A, Casper, Wyo., Ensign Owens John D., 9C, Woodridge, N. J., Ensign Brauer, Arthur A., 98, Toledo, Ohio 1 1 1 1 Ensign DeLaHunt, Robert N., 9C, Minneapolis, N.inn:, Ensign Fitts, John W., 8C. Austin, Texas, 2nd Lt. Brunnworth, Louis W. C., BC, Carrollton, Mo., 2f1CI Ll- Kadlec, Antone C., Jr., 9A, Des Plaines, Ills., Ensign Maynard, Howard H., 8C. Granite, Okla., 2nd Lt. Gilchrist, Thurston P., BC, Albany, Ore .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Martin, James L., BC, Amarillo, Texas, Ensign Fugate, Marion I-.: 93, POVHPGHO, FIG-: Ensign Kelley, Stephen F., 9C, Wocdhaven, N. Y.: EUSIQN McJimsey, George W., 9A, Colton, Calif., 2nd Lt. Poliquin, Gerald, 9C, Duluth, Minn., Ensign Polski, Norman, 9B, Baltimore, Md., Ensign Walker, Donald R.: 9A, Turlock, Calif., Ensign Stephens, Walter E., Carrollton, Mo., EHSIQU Harrison, George R., 9C, Lakeland, Fla., Ensign Witowgki, Charles C., 7C, East Port Chester, Conn., 2nd Lt. Barrett, Ray M., PC, South Plainfield, N. J. Page 302 1 1 1 1 1 I 1? V ff ' Cadets pictured with "Turk" well-known newsboy, great friend of all cadets and an Attorney in civilian life. Caricature by Cadet R. D. Erickson. F lilillillili , 1944 FIRST ROW, Ensign Dougliten, Robert E., TOB, Newton Square, Pa., Ensign Bass, Russell J., 98, Grand Rapids, Mich., Ensign Winfield, Robert D., 9A, Warren, Ohio Ensign Evans, Frederick C., 9A, Kansas City, Kans., Ensign Williamson, Francis A. 9A, Portland, Ore., Ensign Whiting, Oscar J., 9B, Mapleton, Utah, Ensign Larkins, Glenn M., CIA, Salem, Ore., Ensign Snyder, Clifford W., QB, LaGrange, ills. Ensign Wouters, Robert C., 9A, Spokane, Wash., Ensign Ker, Richard W., 7D Ririe idaho- Ensign Clark 'William D. 9E Sheridan Ky ..,. SECOND ROW 2nd Lt Kelly Robert M 9B Kirkwood Mo Ensign Brown Edward C J 9E St Paul Minn 2nd Lt Robinson George B Jr 9C Union N J Ensign Walker Holt 9A Ryderzvood Wash Ensign Wilkins Orrville P 8D STPIPITS Point Wisc 2nd Lt. Hecok, Raymond M., 9A, Berkeley, Calif., 2nd Lt. Webster, Fred P., 9C Mars, Pa., Ensign Snyder, Robert F., 9B, Vienna, Va., 2nd Lt. Murphy, George D. 9C, Arcadia, Fla., Ensign Wittig, Robert I., 9C, Paterson, N. J., Ensign Wagner John H., 9C, West Orange, N. J .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Hanna, Glenn W. 9B, Warrior's Mark, Pa., Ensign Allan, Robert A., SD, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Mount Walter S., Jr., BC, Amarillo, Texas, Ensign Morrison, Mahlon J., SC, Everett, Wash., Ensign Spencer, Ralph M., 9C, Barre, Vt., Ensign Danahy, James E., 9C, Canton, Mass.- Ensign Proksa Edward J. 9C Riverside Ills.- Ensign Robertson James H. 9 Oklahoma City Okla Ensign Shrauger William H QD Buffalo N Y Ensign Walchenbach Donald E 9C Pittsfield Mass Ensign Hubenthal Charles E 9C Lucerne Incl Page 303 3 XX. fi r , .'.'ffI ,tl "'?l',1 i , . .cf l " Q4 S L F RRUARY 6, 1944 Cadets marching to Squadron at Cabaniss Field. 53" FIRST ROW: Ensign Rechsteiner, Roy O., 9A, Atlanta, Ga., Ensign Forsgren, Howard J., 9B, Brigham City, Utah, Ensign Nightingale, Berton J., 9D, Minne- apolis, Minn., Ensign Jones, Robert P., 8C, Sunbury, N. C., Ensign Van Gundy, Sterling, 9C, Sterling, Colo., Ensign Ruchala, Edward P., BD, Dearborn, Mich., 2nd Lt. Catlow, Walter S., 9C, Crown Point, ind., Ensign Reed, Charles, 9A, Vancouver, Wash., Ensign Quick, Bayard R., 9D, Brookville, lnd., Ensign Shellen- berger, Dale V., 8A, Toppenish, Wash., Ensign Zurzyna, Joseph S., 9E, Elizaville, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Peters, Allen T., 9D, Chicago, llls .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Pakraka, John D., 9A, Brockton, Mass., 2nd Lt. Stocker, Joseph S., 9C, Hammond, lnd., 2nd Lt. Salander, Lawrence G., 9C, Mendota, llls., Ensign Moore, John O., 9A, Birmingham, Ala., Ensign Marshall, Anthony P., 9A, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Simon, Eugene A., BD, Norway, Mich., Ensign Scheuch, Alvin E., 8D, Sandpolnf, Idaho, 2nd Lt. Cox, Densel W., 9E, Park View, N. Mex., Ensign Brett, Thos. J., 9.0, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Renner, Robt. F., 9D, Tuscola, llls., Ensign Branstiter, Daniel S., 9D, Walnut, Iowa, Ensign Cain, Beni. D., BD, Great Bend, Kans .... THIRD ROW: . . . Ensign Sawyer, Andrew J., 8D, Ann Arbor, Mich., Ensign Robertson, l-0' rell W. A., 8D, Cushing, Okla., Ensign Neagle, Geo. E., Jr., 9B, W. Newton, Mass.: Ensign Nordgren, Willard E., 9A, Portland, Ore., Ensign Ellis, Norman M., lOB, GCP, Pa., 2nd Lt. Dawson, Robt. H., 8C, Kansas City, Mo., 2nd Lt. Stalls, Clifford E., 9C, Jersey City, N. J., 2nd Lt. Grady, Lawrence D., 9D, Lubbock, Texas, 2nd Lt. Guet- tler, Norman, 8C, Missoula, Mont., Ensign Brenton, Robt. N., 9C, Union City, Ind.: Ensign wmh, Robt. R., Qc, chicago, llls., 2nd Lf. sifzer, c. w., QD, syracuse. Ind- Page 304 X w f F BR RY 1 , 1944 FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Neuschwander, Arthur L., 7E, Redwood Falls, Minn., Ensign Beyl, Donald F., 9D, Clear Lake, Wisc., Ensign Budris, Edmund, 9B, Chicago, llls., Ensign Hay, Walter F., 9C, Akron, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Flynn, John P., .lr., 9C, Colome, S. Dak., Ensign Beehler, Robert W., 9C, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Hoch, Harry K., Jr., IOA, Hagerstown, Md., 2nd Lt. Jones, Gay, 7E, Celeste, Texas, Ensign Peters, John L., 9C, Colome, S. Dak., Ensign Curtis, Harold E., 9E, Omaha, Nebr., Ensign Murphy,, Robert D., 8D, Howe, Ind., Ensign Resnick, Allen A., 9C, Los Angeles, Calif .... SECOND ROW, 2nd Lt. Ellis, James l., 9D, Los Angeles, Calif., 2nd Lt. Hindrum, John E., 9C, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Kalt, Loyd E., 9C, Glen Haven, Wisc., Ensign Harrison, Robert D., 9E, Shelby, Mich., Ensign Parris, Wayne C., 9C, Harrisonville, Mo., Ensign Kent, Jack W., 9C, F BR AR IR 194 Thacker Mines, W. Va., 2nd Lt. Carpenter, Derrick C., 9C, McLean, Texas, 2nd Lt. Ross, Bernard H., 7D, St. Louis, Mo., 2nd Lt. Martin, Charles F., 9B, Philadelphia, Pa., 2nd Lt. Pautzke, Donald S., 9A, Seattle, Wash., 2nd Lt. Jury, Salvador A., 9E, Nogales, Ariz .... THIRD ROW, 2nd Lt. Davis, James L., 9D, Farmin-gton, Mich., Ensign Sundberg, Leroy A., 9D, Lindsborg, Kans., Ensign French, Melville I., 9C, Chicago Heights, llls., 2nd Lt. Perkins, Kenneth R., 9B, West Springfield, Mass., 2nd Lt. Karl, Charles J., 9C, Union, Mo., 2nd Lt. Little, Samuel E., 8B, Dundee, Ore., Ensign Bennett, Charles R., 9D, Toledo, Ohio, Ensign Branham, Veryl H., Jr., 9B, Atlanta, Ga., 2nd Lt. Dauphine, George M., 9C, Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Manger, Arthur J., 9C, Buffalo, N. Y., Ensign Soret, Wesley E., 9B, Fredericksburg, Va., Ensign Bezanson, T. W., BA, Minneapolis, Minn. FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Elder, Thomas G., 9D, Perryville, Mo., Ensign Galey, David O., Jr., 9C, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Ferretti, James L., Jr., 9B, Boston, Mass., Ensign Overton, Harold B., 9C, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Forsberg, YIVQII F-, 9C, Algona, Iowa, Ensign Daugherty, Charles R., 9D, Three Rivers, Mich., Ensign Schober, Edward H., 9B, West Orange, N. J., 2nd Lt. Dunphy, James C., 9D, Flushing, N. Y .... SECOND ROW, Ensign Millard, Douglas, 8C, Encampment, Wyo., Ensign Gazzaway, Bob J., 9A, Fillmore, Calif., Ensign Perkins, Bernard C., 9A, Richland Center, Wisc., Ensign Wait, Edgar F., Jr., SD, Detroit Mich., Ensign Reinhardt, Theodore A., 9C, Ferguson, Mo., Ensign Bracken, Kieran M., 9C, New York, N. Y., Ensign Simms, William H., 9C, New York, N. Y . , . THIRD ROW: Ensign Russello, Gerald H., 9B, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Moore John L., SC, Oklahoma City, Okla., Ensign Arnold, Charles D., 9C, Sweet Home Ore., Ensign Miller, John R., Jr., 9A, Savannah, Ga., Ensign Robbins, Ronald F. 9B, Tacoma, Wash., 2nd Lt. Theisen, Thomas M., 98, Zumbro Falls, Minn., Ensigr Drewes, Alvin F., 9C, Des Plaines, llls. Page 305 1 1 i ll.'BIl.Ullll.Y CG, lgfifl-g FIRST ROW, Ensfgn Gordon, Leo, 9A, North Hollywood, Calif., Ensign Cangemi, Peter, 9B, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Hittner, George C., 9D, Winona, Minn., Ensign Hathaway, Nathaniel, IOA, West Chester, Pa., Ensign Westerheid, Robert J., 9C, Washington, D. C., Ensign Haldeman, William C., Jr., 9D, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Kinnaird, Roy A., 9C, Macon, Mo., Ensign Pierce, Richard C., 9A, Webster City, Iowa, Ensign Kizziah, George E., 9B, Pralo, Ala .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Speral, Clifford E., IOB, Lidgerwood, N. Dak., Ensign Mehringer, Sylvester J., IOB, Jasper, Ind., Ensign Penn, Donald R., 8B, Baltimore, Md., Ensign Parks, David P. ,lOB, Lilbourn, Mo., Ensign Thorben, Robert J., 9B, Wellston, Ohio, Ensign Chaffe, John I., 9C, Falls City, Nebr., Ensign Leverence, Raymond C., 8D, Buffalo, N: Y., Ensign Roberts, William J., QB, Chicago, llls., Ensign Smith, Sheldon K., 9B, Washington, D. C .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Wraneschay, Stanley B., 9D, St. Paul, Minn., 2nd Lt. Huber, John B., 9C, Excelsior, Minn., Ensign Ellis, William J., 9D, Alameda, Calif., Ensign Ragsdale, Duncan E., 9B, Nashville, Tenn., Ensign Waller, Paul H., 8D, Brookhaven, Miss., Ensign Felten, Jask S., 8D, Elgin, llls., Ensign Sexton, Jacque M., 9B, Yuba City, Calif., Ensign Fisher, Donald F., 9C, Warrensburg, Mo., 2nd Lt. Whittington, Willis J., 9C, St. Louis, Mo. FIRST ROW Ensign Nichols Charles L 9B Pittsfield Mass Ensign Nelson, Keith A., 9C, Hastings, Minn., Ensign Herring, Thomas L., Jr., 9C, Wilsom, Ensign Channing, Donelly E., 9A, Orting, Wash., Ensign McCaslin, James W., 9B, Chillicothe, Texas, Ensign Lane, Shirley E., 9D, Flora, llls., Ensign Freese, John N., 9B, Lawndole, Calif., Ensign Fluegel, Roy W., 9C, Crystal City, Mo., 2nd Lt. McNeil, Max W., 9C, Trinidad, Texas . . . SECOND ROW, Ensign Bonner, Herbert A., 9D, London, Ohio, Ensign Clemens, Harry J., 8C, Chicago, llls., Ensign Meninga, Garrett, 9B, Ripon, Calif., 2nd Lt. Jenneke, Loane, SPC, St, Louis F' Park, Minn., Ensign Yankoski, John C., 9C, Baltimore, Md., Ensign Langford Grady H., Jr., 8D, Wald, Texas, Ensign Larabee, Burton L., 8C, Howard Lake, Minn., Ensign Miles, Richard B., 9B, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, Ensign Stulce, Edmund J., 9B, Farmingham, Mass .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Steppat, Frank L., 9C, Omaha, Nebr., Ensign Dritz, William A., 9C, Yonkers, N. Y., Ensign Phillips, Robert R., 9C, Fayette, Mo., Ensign Ketcham, James G., 9D, Pasadena, Calif., Ensign Rapattoni, James P., 9B, Chino, Calif., Ensign Choitz, Walter, 9C, South Bend, Ind., Ensign Ohlemeyer, William C., 9A, Vancouver, Wash., Ensign Lindell, Lester G., 9A, Freind, Ore., 2nd Lt. Perreault, Roger T., 9A, North Adams, Mass. age 306 i -,a -'A 1.5. .-,is-:, .-q- -:':,:g-r'-fI i31'.- gfffrfg-ff:-pm: '--fy -A - A 7. 1,-.--. ,',-,. ,,.i'..,- f-,.----4 J-.-.75-. ,-:Z-V. ,, , -.-.-. . . V.- - . .. . - ,Q -, . .L .F M5 A . fx ig lg . 5 J Lieutenant Yates, Officer in Charge, 4th Battalion, inspects the new class FBR ARY 16, 1944 FIRST ROW, Ensign Jacobson, Carman J., 9A, Kelso, Wash., Ensign LaBouff, John J., Jr., 9A, Alhambra, Calif., Ensign Fuerst, Alvin, 9E, Cleveland, Ohio, Ensign Brooks, Charles P., 9B, Rossford, Ohio, Ensign Eschenheimer, Paul A., 9C, Trenton, Mo., Ensign Lambertsen, Norman M., 9D, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Hutchings, Cecil, 9E, Lund, Nev., Ensign Rexford, John E., 9B, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Adams, Douglas S., 98, San Pedro, Calif .... SECOND ROW, Ensign Andrews, Thomas F., 9C, Decatur, Ind., Ensign Brennecke, Edward L., 9C, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Dake, William J., QC, Sutherland, Iowa, Ensign Grass, Albert E., 8D, Chicago, llls., Ensign Hubbuch, Francis P., 9B, Chattanooga, Tenn. Ensign Welch, Thomas E., 9A, Daisetta, Texas, Ensign Moore, Alfred R., BC Watsonville, Calif., 2nd Lt. Potter, Donald C., QA, Everett, Wash., Ensign Foote John R., 9C, Minneapolis, Minn .... THIRD ROW, Ensign Quealey, Fred B. 9A, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Gregory, Thomas R., 9C, Danville, Ky., Ensign Ferbert David W., 9C, Rea, Mo., Ensign Wilson, Maurice G., 98, Hawthorne, Calif. Ensign Doyle, John R., 9D, Lansing, Mich., Ensign Brown, Earl M., 98, Maywood llls., Ensign Swallow, Arla B., 9E, Ely, Nev., Ensign Fislter, Howard J., 9D Mansfield, Ohio, Ensign Dilley, Albert R., 9D, Grand Rapids, Mich. Page 307 'sf viii-Pr Q," .,,x"+f,,,, 53- 'nr wef- "y,'7--R X f r , -. . . H I- - -' -- .,. 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J: if-,Eu '..',.-i::.i15g.:..: -.1 2 . . ,ZJSZQ F-f " f "'L:1fc.SSsSs..59rJ5:'-ff-1 - 1 - "1"'5"iZGc ::--e.:1.'J'Q:.wv".:--.ac-1:1971 333.3131 'wtf I::i,,':'Z' ?3ffI:3-1-f-3-.:.1f,:"'7u :ik-1-,-'--ga. alfa- '1 "'.1L':,15Jr ll lllllilli.Y 15, 1944 41- A row of SNB's on the line at Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Rodd Field FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. McElroy, John R., 9C, Wyandotte, Mich., Ensign Custy, Raymond, 9B, Fall River, Mass., Ensign Johnston, Roy S., 9C, Indianapolis, ind., Ensign O'Rourke, Joseph L., Jr., 9B, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Brown, Thomas A., 9C, Wytherville, Va., Ensign Francis, Edgar B., 9C, Central City, Ky., Ensign Warntz, Roland E., 9C, Lewistown, Pa., Ensign Lyons, Robert H., 9D, Chicago, llls., Ensign Coborn, Robert C., 9C, Sauk Rapids, Minn .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Honeycuh, O. Brooks, 9C, Somerset, Ky., Ensign Norris, Columbus E., 95, Huntington, W. Va., Ensign Felchner, William E., 9C, Staunton, llls., Ensign Gehrman, Roland G., 9B, Battle Creek, Mich., Ensign Golden, James O., 8C, Bessemer, Ala., Ensign Cochran, William D., 9E, Concord, Moss., Ensign Volkmdn Robert F., 9A, Chicago, llls., Ensign Jordon, John T., 9A, Brooklyn, N- Y- Ensign Carr, Calvin R., 9D, Janesville, Wisc .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt Meisenhelter, George A., 9C, Decatur, llls., 2nd Lt. Haley, Harold L., 9C Sheridan, Mo., 2nd Lt. Carter, Robert E., 8C, Tacoma, Wash., Ensign Whiflemofe Anthony R., iOB, Boston, Mass., Ensign Del Rosso, Raymond A., 9C, Rochester, N. Y- Ensign Muth, John R., IOA, East Lansdowne, Pa., Ensign Udd, Elmer, 7D, Seafile Wash., 2nd Lt. Kelly, Joseph, 9E, Rochester, N. Y., Ensign Switzer, Richard D. 9B, Fremont, Nebr. Page 308 -JL.. 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Dak., Ensign Blasczyk, George, 9C, F ltli illi.Y Iii, 1944 Minneapolis, Minn., Ensign Lurker, Elmer R., 9C, Evansville, Incl., Ensign Lusk, David T., 9B, Beverly Hills, Calif., Ensign Richards, Gene W., 9B, Madison, Wisc., Ensign Lakers, John B., IOA, Davenport, Iowa, Ensign Adams, Evan M., 9D, Rosemead, Calif .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Murphy, Edward J., 8D, Westallis, Wisc., Ensign Ohler, Harry E., 9B, Portland, Ore., Ensign Exum, Clifford P., 9A, Sumter, S. C., Ensign Barrow, Walter L., 9D, West Point, Ga., Ensign Fink, David, 9C, Irwin, Pa., Ensign Fearneyhough, Thomas M., 9C, Louisville, Ky., Ensign Maranhas, Francis P., 9D, Arlington, Mass., Ensign Suddarth, Charles H., 9A, Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Dunham, Wayne P., 9C, Springfield, llls. 7 ,. FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Dillon, Irvin J., 9D, Martinsville, Ind., Ensign Tiffin, James P., 8C, Dallas, Texas, Ensign Miller, Edward, 9A, Berwyn, llls., Ensign Woodward, Clifford P., 9B, Baldwin Park, Calif., Ensign Newcomb, Mark N., 9C, Boston, Mass., Ensign Carlson, Jack W.. 9C, Land O'Lakes, Wisc., Ensign Jordon, Richard F., 9A, Los Angeles, Calif., Ensign Vittorie, Orlande, Jr., 9A, Missoula, Mont., Ensign Voth, Elmo C., 9A, Dallas, Ore .... SECOND ROW, Ensign Schwartz, Clefus, 8D, Kenton, Ohio, Ensign Cunningham, Edward E., Jr., CPC, St: Paul, Minn., Ensign Selkirk, George B., 9E, Torrance, Calif., Ensign Poirier, Philip T., QE, Glendale, Calif., Ensign Nuoffer, William C., 9E, EI Cerrito, Calif., Ensign Shallcross, Lewis B., Jr., 9D, Philadelphia, Pa., Ensign Gant, Walter G., 8D, Knoxville, Mo., Ensign Whyte, George O., 9C, Kenosha, Wisc., Ensign Jeter, David M., 9B, La Mesa, Calif .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Smedburg, Carl E., 9B, Fond Du Lac, Wisc., Ensign Gray, Robert F., 9A, Buffalo, N. Y., Ensign Ferdinandsen, Donald A., 9B, Chicago, llls., Ensign Weir, John M., 9D, Sewell, N. J., Ensign Sinclair, John C., 9C, Lincoln, Nebr., 2nd Lt. Aylwarcl, Thomas J., 9C, Charlestown, Mass., Ensign Grothuson, Jack W., 9C, Ellsworth, Kans,, Ensign Shaffer, Eugene D., QB, Bishop, Calif., Ensign Fairly, Julian E., 8D, Lubbock, Texas. Page 309 -. - ....,---.sY1.- f .. c..-,-. 1:--: -":f.1':.e--L--1.--rs..--:--ig:-: . ' -1 -3:5-.-Zi. 1- -,: .1-g. 1- v ' -.. ,.A,,,..,,Y,,:.,,J....4,,..5,-,L ,,,.,-:,7,,,.... ... .:....-1. -'. . . .. .- - .,... . . . . -....... .. . -...... .'- ..,-.. , -. .... .- . . c. ...N .,,..-. - -..-Je. ,,-.- ..s. -- .-. .. .-.L .. ...-.. ,, ..f .,, . . ,-, .:- --. ,,,.-...- -2.1.5 ,.4,,-gfa,-S ,-,., . .3--1.1-c .,,,,s, ,:,.,. -.-U.. -gi - f - f --xr: . s .. -. . X,... .:1,LL..f ,Q . .Lac-1. 17.9,-'15,--5:..---' .1,-:s-44,- -.. ' N... .- .:- -.- f4-,q-.:g-.:v.fe:s---4:..-:-4.- - 'ss -.f,.' .V-:.cf.g-7 .gc .-1 -.f.,.. .- .. .... ., f,. .-....,...N, . ,.,. . ..- e--,:- - -1-f -. 'N-::fV-:-.-:-:'g.rg:'..':1.:+--ic.-a.:,-.:' ,111-rg. N- - .-f'- -ce..-.. .- -- -c ' lg 2.2.1 .-.X --4-+.,:A'::,.:--f ..,,-A 1,-.6 :L.1'.v-,: vf..'.'-.F .-.- .-A-V , -P6112 'xv ': xi -:T :-r.:.-1: '..-fisa413'5J1Q1SL 13 c t I I I lil III I- I I ill Ill l ? lIilIIiii,IIl.iL. lil, I 44 St I W 9C Newton Highlands Mass- Ensign FIRST ROW: Ensign Squiers, an ey ., , , ., Shoemaker, Charles, IOA, Reading, Pa., Ensign McKinley, Charles W., 9C, Long Beach, Calif., Ensign Robinson, Thomas J., 9E, Providence, R. I., Ensign Nelson, Gene D., 9E, Omaha, Nebr., Ensign Donald, James M., 9D, Seattle, Wash., Ensign Brandt, Maurice S., Jr., 9C, Boulder, Colo., Ensign Boutwell, Emmett B., 9E, Covington, Ky .... SECOND ROW: 2nd Lt. Horst, Robert L., 9C, Clinton, Iowa- 2nd Lt. Delaughder, Ray, 8D, Salings, Calit., Ensign Sheldon, Frederick E., E ' D dd 9D, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Snell, Earl L., 7D,,CoIumbia, Mo., nsign o , Fltli IIIIY 19, 194 Joseph L., 9D, Yonkers, N.. Y., Ensign Harp, Ross D., 9D, Grand Junction, Colo., Ensign Hanni, Werner P., 9D, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Ensign Creasman, Jesse C., 9E, Riceville, Tenn .... THIRD ROW: 2nd Lt. McMullen, Durwood W., 9C, Detroit, Mich., 2nd Lt. Hartley, Clell B., 9B, Floydale, Texas, 2nd Lt. Geese, Clarence D., 9B, Plain City, Idaho, Ensign Gruhlke, Robert C., 9A, Olympia, Wash., 2nd Lt. Peatross, Oscar B., Jr., 9C, Danville, Va., Ensign Atchison, James L., 9D, nski, Richard J., 9B, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisc., Ensign Clinton, Iowa, Ensign Wacy Earheart, Norris R., 9A, Nashville, Tenn. f--, Imlll' ri I gl Y I :I I :II I III I I FIRST ROW, Ensign Lahner, Eeryl L., 9C, Clarksville, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Ogilvy, Douglas M., 9C, Watertown, S. Dak., Ensign Potts, Neil E., 9C, Patoka, Ills., Ensign Oeedham, Richard, 9A, San Gabriel, Calif., Ensign Schlundt, Howard A., 9D, LaPorte, Ind., Ensign Baker, Wayne E., 9D, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Cooper, Irvin S., 9D, Los Angeles, Calit., 2nd Lt. Brenner, Herbert L., 9C, Youngstown, Ohio . , . SECOND ROW: Ensign Posey, Kenneth E., 9C, McAllen, Texas, Ensign O'Malley, Edward, 9B, Philadelphia, Pa., 2nd Lt. Willson, Archibald-E., BD, Barrington, Ills., Ensign Marovich, James H., 9B, Los Angeles, Calit., Ensign J., 9B, PIanoCIG, H -If Kerr, Julian W., Jr., 9E. Kansas City, Mo., Ensign Overturt, Hoyt Calif.: Ensign Birk, Richard G., QD, Toledo, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Owen, Allen -, -I 95, Springfield, Mo., Ensign Severns, Charles R., 9D, South Bend, Ind -"' THIRD ROW: Ensign Ayers, Weston D., 9B, Arlee, Mont., Ensign Dean, Charles F5-, 9D, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Carpenter, John E., 9B, Battle Creek, Mich.: Enslgn Bellinger, Frank H., 9D, Woodside, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Letien, Henry J., QE, Richmond, Va., 2nd Lt. Farley, James, 9D, New London, Ohio, 2nd Lt. Gillette, Robert -I-1 IOA, West Springfield, Mass., Ensign Normoyle, Robert H., SD, Woodburn, Ore Page 3IO :se CAI J -3 -. C, . Geese, fi Jen., L., 90 Ensign ,..,..4 1 ln... JZ, if Aviation Cadet Orlan Ott, winner in Heavyweight Division, Nation Golden Gloves Tournament, shows trophy to Lieutenant Commander E. C. Lane, Athletic Officer. EBRUARY XA. l 'wmdwh S 1 . J I. f 1 1 , 1 ,I If ." V l I I 19, 1944 . iff r., tri FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Egan, Frederick J., Jr., 9C, Newton, Mass., 2nd Lt. Taylor, Gerald R., 93, Kenmore, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Allensworth, Raymond M., 9B, Dallas, Texas, 2nd Lt. Gardner, Gordon W., lOA, Osceola, Wisc., 2nd Lt. Doherty, Daniel Albert, 9D, Washington, D. C., 2nd Lt. Manning, Donald J., 9E, Wayzata, Minn., 2nd Lt. Rister, D. C., Jr., 9A, Hawley, Texas, 2nd Lt. Suggs, James E. 9E, Pauls Valley, Okla .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Barker, Grover A., 9D, Rommey, lnd., Ensign Perkins, Edward W., IOB, Waterford, N. Y., 2nd Lt. Frihart, Ensign Milka, Leonard J., 8C, Arlington Heights, llls., 2nd Lt. McGarr, Albert W., 9A, Chicago, llls., 2nd Lt. Kearney, Jack M., BB, Aberdeen, Wash., 2nd Lt. Lance, William H., SB, Corvallis, Ore., 2nd Lt. Givens, Joseph E., 9D, Stanford, Ky. . , . THIRD ROW: Ensign Schenk, William C., 98, Olmitz, Kans., Ensign Martinez, Charles H., 9C, Carmel, N. Y., Ensign Sharp, Thomas J., Jr., 9A, ' Tulsa, Okla., 2nd Lt. Mark, Dewey M., Jr., 9C, Knoxville, Iowa, 2nd Lt. Casey, Daniel A., 9A, Newington, Conn., Ensign Feller, Dan W., 8C, Bountiful, Utah, 2nd Lt. Floyd, Curtis L., 9D, Ada, Okla., 2nd Lt. Pennington, Robin C., 9D. Marlin K., 9D, Oregon, llls., Ensign Lethridge, Francis D., 9C, Hackensack, N. J., Townsend, Mont, Page 3ll 1 or ' flu K- i FH A :JCM , tix ff X Kurds:-?,gQ5.., ,,,, ,.,,, g ,f .I .ki Cf, 56,35-Q N--ZX' -gm ig: CRW- ,.,f""'XX.,,0-,gf-"' A FM liilllil 23, will Captain T. C. Miller, N.A.T.C. Chaplain, speaks ot the Dedication ot the new Naval Air Station Chapel. FIRST ROW, Ensign Bowden, Robert O., 9D, Eldon, Mo., Ensign Brown, Rollin G., 9D, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Brown, Arthur E., 9D, St. Louis, Mo., Ensign Sirmons, Smiley B., 8B, Colquitt, Ga., Ensign Hays, Robert P., 9C, Cherokee, Kans., Ensign Gracly, John A., 9C, Biloxi, Miss., Ensign Reeves, William B., 8D, Atlanta, Ga., Ensign Chapman, Charles J., Jr., 9C, Tupper Lake, N. Y .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Mechling, Harold E., Jr., 8C, Lima, Ohio, Ensign Blossom, Francis R., 9D, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Travis, William B., Jr., 9D, Prescott, Ariz., 2nd Lt. Dufresne, Randell O., 98, Shrewsbury, Mass., Ensign Stevens, Robert M., 9D, Modesto, Calif., Ensign Phillips, Robert H., 9A, Riverside, Calif., Ensign MYSBRUI Edmund F., 9C, Kansas City, Kans., Ensign Johnson, Russell A., 9B, Duluth, Minn.: Ensign Mncneu, Pnni M., Qc, Norfolk, Va .... THIRD ROW: Ensign Dunn' William J., 9D, Chelsea, Mass., Ensign Kuehling, Irwin V., 9C, St. louis, M0-I Ensign Dunn, Robert H., 9D, Chicago, llls., Ensign Tipler, Albert P., 95, Woler Valley, Miss., Ensign Burge, Robert S., 9D, Atlanta, Ga., Ensign Mulcahy, William C., 9C, Sikeston, Mo., Ensign Blakkestad, Harold M-1 9C, MinneapOll5f Minn., Ensign Hudson, Joseph J., 9E, Montclair, N. J. Page 3l2 Nw oi the FEBRUARY , 1944 FIRST ROW: Ensign Thomas, Arthur L., 9E, Savannah, Ga., Ensign Styx, Frank J., 9C, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Gluntz, Elmer F., 9C, Overland, Mo., Ensign Darling, A U I THIRD ROXN: Ensign Bell' Cn,-isiy Wi, QE, gininford Conn.. Ensign Banks Charles M., 9D, Greeley, Colo., Ensign Wardell, Roland D., 9C, St. Paul, Minn. I I ' Ensign Evans, Horace W., 9C, Gwynedd Valley, Pa .... SECOND ROW: Ensign Stierer, .lack E., 9C, Connersville, Ind., Ensign Henderson, Henry H., 9E Pittsburgh, Pa., 2nd Lt. Peterson, Earl W., 9D, Baldwin Park, Calif., Ensign Wellen William H., 9D, Marlboro, Mass., Ensign Dreier, Richard P., 9D, Omaha, Nebr. 7 Emmett E., 9E, Rorrance, Calif., Ensign McCarthy, George E., 9D, Utica, N. Y., Ensign Schloer, Eric G., 9E, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ensign Pickert, Clarence L., ' 9D, Aurora, Ills., Ensign Sanders, John R., 98, Upper Darby, Pa. Flint Int 26, 1944 i i I Y Milli, if" 1 Wi twf' ,if ,Milf 9A, Big Sandy, Mont., Ensign Fletcher, Charles J., 9D, Franklin, N. J., Ensign Jacobs, Arthur W., 9C, Peoria, Ills .... THIRD ROW, Ensign Mitchell, Harvest B., 9D, Center Point, Ind., Ensign Gordon, Robert, 9D, Dedham, Moss., Ensign FIRST ROW, 2nd Lt. Sioberg, Curtis L., 9D, Hendrum, Minn., 2nd Lt. Kemp, Orville S., 9E, Akron, Ohio, Ensign Lansing, William E., IOA, Oak Park, Ills., 2nd Lt. Hoffman, Richard F., 9E, Maryland, 2nd Lt. Sell, Charles L., 9D, ROW, Ensign Lane, Robert I., 8C, Chicago, Ills., Ensign Hampton, Alex B., 9C, Louisville, Ky., Ensign Judt, Robert D., 9B, Aurora, Ills., Ensign Hansen, Wernon F., 9D, Wilmington, DEIU' Page 3l3 Madison, Wisc., 2nd Lt. Wells, Robert B., 9D, Kirkwood, Mo .... SECOND Christensen, Miles H-, 9D, Tolmadge, UTGIW: Ef1Si9n Collins, WUYHG, 9D, VOSS, Texas, Ensign Culliton, Arthur L., 9D, Detroit, Mich., Ensign Foster, William L., 6 IITP 2ND LT 2ND LT. 2ND LT ENSIGN ZND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ACKER, ROBERT M., 4A ..... . ADAMS, ROBIN H., 7E ....... . AHRENS, HERBERT N., JR. 4A AIELLO, HORACE P., 7A, ..... . ALBERS, MARCUS J., 8B .... . ALEXANDER, JERROLD A., 2D ALEXANDER, MURL B., 4E .,.... ALFORD, DORMAN-O., 3C ALLISON, THOMAS W., 8B .. ALSUP, BRICE R., 8B .... 1. .. AMO, GLENN J., 6B ....... . ANDERSON, DAVID R., 3A ANDERSON, PHILLIP R.,'2D ANDERSON, ROBERT C. S., 3A ANDERSON, ROY L., 2D ANDREWS, WALTER C., 6B .... ARGUE, ROBERT D., 2C .. . . ARKELL, GERALD G., SA ARNOTT, CHARLES W., 7B ARNOLD, RICHARD E., 3B. . . . AUBREY, ROBERT N., 8A .... AUGLEY, RICHARD M., 8D. . .. AUSTIN, HAROLD R., 3B. .. BACH, CORNELIUS D., 5A.. . BAINES, LOUIS W., 2A .... . BAKER, HENRY. 8B ......... BALTRUSIS, EDWARD A., 8B. .. BALZER, ELDRED L., 3C ...... . BANCROFT, RICHARD M., 9C . BANFIELD, PHILLIP L., 2D BARDEN, ARNOLD W., 8B BARNARD, PAUL J., 3A BARNETT, DEANE M., 3D BARNIER, JEROME P., 5C . BARTON, WILSON G., 6C BASS. KENNETH L., 4C BASSLER, FRANCIS E., 3C'. . . BAXTER, JAMES L., 8A, . BEARDSLEY, HAROLD M., 3B . BECK, JOHN D., 2D . BELL, LAWRENCE W., 6C BELL, WILLIAM H., 5B .... BENNETT, WRAY E., 3C BENSON, LYMAN E., 3C .... BENTON, ROBERT E., 4B BERG, MARVIN L., 6A ..... BERGER, EDWIN L., JR., 7E BERGER, EMIL A., 2C ....... . BERNIER, RICHARD C., 3A .... . BEZEBEZIAN, GEORGE, 6C .... BIENEMANN, WILLIAM J., 4C . BLAISDELL, RUSSELL O., 3A .... M493 I 'lllllllll . ..... .Waterloo, Iowa San Francisco, Ca lit. ..... St. Paul, Minn. .. .. Pittsburg, Calif. . . . . Eugene, Ore. Richmond, Calif. Olympia, Wash. .. Eugene, Ore. .. Philadelphia, Pa. Franklin, N. C. .. Wyandotte, Mich. . . . . . Detroit, Mich. . . . . Seattle, Wash. . . . ..... Chicago, IIIs. . . . . . . Whitewater, Colo. . . . . New Orleans, La. . Annapolis, Md. Pendleton, Ore. St. Louis, Mo. ....Hannibal, Mo. ...... Arcadia, La. ....... Fairfax, S. . . . . .Kansas City, Mo. Brooklyn, N. Y. .. Bay Town, Texas . Los Angeles, Calif. . . . . fSeattle, Wash. .. ......... Huron, S. C. Sioux Falls, S. Dak. . . . . . . Butte, Mont. . . Washington, D. C. ,.... . Rockford, llls. .. Southgate, Calif. .. Morgan Hill, Calif. . .. Farmington, Utah .. Bellflower, Calif. .. Alhambra, Calif. . . . Texarkana, Texas . .... Los Angeles, Calif. . .. Washington, Pa. Morgan, Utah . . . . Seattle, Wash. . . Visalia, Calif. Highland Park, Ills. . . . . Los Angeles, Calif. . .. Seattle, Wash. Sen Fernando, Calif. West Chicago, Ills. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Detroit, Mich. ... ..... ... Dallas, Texas Orangeburg, N, Y, A A A if I IIIJIIIK Ill LIP ENSIGN 'ZND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT, 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN' ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN BLOOMQUIST, LLOYD T., 4E .. BOLGER, MATTHEW, 3B . . . BANKOWSKI, LOUIS J., 2C .. BORDELON, GUY P., JR., 2C BOROUGHS, JAMES D., 5C BOWEN, VAUGHAN E., 5A BOWMAN, ROBERT L., 9C .. BOYD, BILLY B., 2C ...... . BOYLE, JOHN J., 7A .... BRADFORD, GORDON H., 7D BRADLEY, FLOYD C., 2C BRADLEY, LAWRENCE H., JR., SB. . . BRADY, JAMES M., 6B ...... . BRANDELL, JOHN R., 2D .. BRANDON, HENRY F., 6B ,..... . BRAUN, GARWOOD A., 4C . BRINTON, WILLIAM T., JR., SB. BRISTOW, WILLIAM R., 8A BROCIA, JOSEPH, JR., 2D ..... . BROOKS, CHARLES L., 6D BROOKSHIRE, LEVI B., 2D . . .. BROWN, FORREST P., JR., 3A . BRUCE, JAMES Y., JR., 7B BRUDZINSKI, ADOLPH, 9C BUDD, CHARLES W., 6C BULL, SIMPSON, 3C ...... BURLEY, ERNEST J., 8C .. ... BURNAHM, RUSSELL O., 6D BURNS, ROBERT J., 6B ....... BURRIS, LLOYD, JR., 3C. . .. BUSER, LEO A., 3B BUTTS, VICTOR D., 8A ...... BYLES, HOWARD D., 3A BYRD, DENNIS E., 8C CALES, JAMES H., 6C CAPELLA, WALTER C., 6A CARLON, KENNETH E., 3A CARLSON, ARTHUR G., 6B CARLSON, DONALD A., 5C -CARTER, KENNETH E., 3A CASCIARO, ALFRED J., 8B CASTELL, WILLIAM A., 6A CATHEY, GILBERT E., 2C ....... CAYS, MARVIN W., 4B . .. cHARNo, DAVID H., JR., 4A f CHRISTENSON, ELDON A., 4D .. CHRISTENSEN, DEVERE W. 3A TIIIIJIIII Redwood City, Calif. .... Newark, N. J. . . . . . Detroit, Mich. . Franklin, La. . . . Van Buren, Ark. ..... . Lynn, Ind. .. . . Lyman, Nebr. . Karnach, Texas .. Philadelphia, Pa. ...... Taft, Calif. . . Lubbock, Texas .. Bluefield, W. Va. . . . . Lakeport, Calif. ...... .Chicago, llls. . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. .. .. Waukegan, llls. . . . . Denver, Colo. . . . Evanston, llls. . .. Bronxville, N. Y. .... Avalon, Mo. . . . Pueblo, Colo. . . . San Digo, 'Calif. . Savannah, Ga. . . . Glendorn, N. J. . .. Olympia, Wash. . . . . Mansfield, Ark. . . . Columbus, Ohio . . Roxbury, Mass. . . . Renton, Wash. . . . . Chicago, llls. .. Louisville, Ky. ... Flushing, N. Y. . . Lacanada, Calif. Brownwood, Texas Williamson, W. Va. San Francisco, Calif. . Long Beach, Calif. .. Greenport, N. Y. . . St. Louis, Mo. .. Bristol, Conn.. . Racire, Wisc. Seattle, Wash. . . . . Wichita, Kans. . . Dabcb, Wash. Kansas City, No. Spechts Ferry, Iowa Ful'erton, Calif. CHRISTENSEN, MAuRlcE 3B H Kansas city, Kans. CLARK, ALLEN CLARK, CLARK, WARREN J., 2D .... CLARK, EDWARD H., 9D COBLE, KEITH W., 6D L., 6B .......... JOHN C., 9D . ...... ir al' Page 3I4 . Alton, Ills. Jefferson City, Mo. .. Philadelphia, Pa. . . Maguoketa, Iowa ...... Delphi, Ind. ir i' ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND L 2ND ND 2ND 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND-LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 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DANNETTELL RALPH JR. 2D.. . . . . .Mattapan, Mass. ......Hickory, N. C. .....Indianapolis, Ind. . . . . .Arkansas City, Kans. ......Philadelphia, Pa. ........Bronx,N.Y. ........Summit, Miss. . . . . . .Pasadena Calif. .......St. Paul, Minn. . . . .Norton, Kans. ....St. Paul, Minn. . . . . .SeattIe, Wash. . . . . . .Mattapan, Mass. ..Lawrenceville, llls. DAueHTRY, INALLACIE TB., 5A. . ...... England, Ark. DAVIES, THOMAS A., JR., 6A. DAVIDSON, ROBERT, 2D ......... DAVIS, CARRUTHER J., JR., 7B. DAVIES, CLARENCE E., 3A ...... DAVIS, DANIEL A., 4C ....... . DAWSON, BOBBIE W., 8C .... . DEASY, REX A., 5D .......... . DE CELLES, DONALD L., 2D. . .. DELANO, PHILIP W., 8A ..... . DELONE, FRANCIS X., 3A .... . DEMLEIN, JOHN J., JR., 3B. . . .. DESENS, RICHARD W., 2D. . .. DETTMAR, ROBERT G., 8D ..... DEVRIES, THEODORE W., 6C .... . DEWING, LAWRENCE A., 6B. .. DEYO, WILLIAM P.,- 7B ....,... DICKERMAN EVERETT J. 7A .... DICKINSOH, 'DONALD 'D., QC. I I DICKSON, RALPH E., 2D ....... DIMICK, DEXTER A., JR., BA. .. DITTMAN, BILLY FRED, 7C, ..... DOCHTERMAN, LLOYD B., JR., 5A. DOK, DOUGLAS J., 4E ..,..... , ...... DQNALDSON, WILBUR M., 2D. DONOHOE, WILLIAM R., 4C.. DORE, JOSEPH, JR., 6D ...... . DOTTERY, HENRY G., 2C. . .. DOTY, WALLACE I., 6D ...... DOWNS, ROBERT M., 6B .... . DUDA, WALTER J., 4E ....... . DUNAFON, DARRELL M., 3C. .. DUNBAR, THOMAS, 2D ....... DUNCAN, DOY H., 5A ........ . DUNCAN, ROBERT B., 3A ....... . DONHAM, RICHARD E., JR., 9C. DUIUILARQ ALBERT V., as ....... DuI5II5I',1ff'IgENNETH H., 2D ....... DUNNING, ORVILLE L., QD. . .. DURIAN, WILLIAM s., 9D .... . DWYER, THOMAS s., aC ..... DYSTE, JAMES R., 3C ..... . EBERSOLD, WILLIAM R., 3A .... ECKBLAD, DALE G., 4B ..... y .... Cincinnati, Ohio ...Los Angeles, Calif. .........Terry, Miss, .....Glendale, Calif. ...Columbus, Ohio ........Lonoke, Ark. .....Ellensburg, Wash. . . .Northampton, Mass. . . .San Francisco, Calif. .....PhiIadelphia, Pa. Rockaway Beach, N. Y. .......Oswego, N. Y. .........LiuisVille, Ky. ........Pueblo, Colo. . . . Sacramento, Calif. .....CoIebrook, N. H. .........Eugene, Ore. .Bernhards Bay, N. Y. ........Wichita, Kans. . . ........ Seattle, Wash. . . . . .Cheyenne, Wyo. ...,Williston, N. Dak. ..Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . . . Dearborn, Mich. . . . .Portsmouth, Ohio ........Crowley, La. .........Athens, Ga. .Mountain Grove, Mo. . . . .East St. Louis, llls. ......Omaha, Nebr. ....Doniphan, Nebr. ......Jacksonville, Fla. . . . .Murfreesboro, Ark. .... .Bloomington, llls. . . . . . .Pierce City, Mo. Signal Mountain, Tenn. ... .Independence, Mo. .........Alamo, Texas .......Canton, Ohio ........Denver, Colo. ....MinneapoIis, Minn. .. . . . . .Norristown, Pa. ....MinneapoIis, Minn. 2ND LT ENSIGN ENISGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENS-GN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 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'FINN, EDWARD J., 9B ...... . FISHER, BROWNLEE H., 4D. .. FITZGERALD, JACK R., 2C .... FITZGERALD, RALPH D., 2D... FLEEMAH, TOMMIE R., 8C .... . FLATT, WILLIAM J., 9C ...... FLETCHER, HOWARD K., 7B ...... FLOOD, FRANCIS E., 6D ..... . FLOODMAN, RAYMOND F., 7B ........ FORD, ROBERT H., 3C .......... FORNONZINI, BENJAMIN A., JR., FOUNTAIN, KEITH W., 6B ...... FOUST, MARVIN G., 4C. . . . FOX, JAMES W., 2D ...... . FOX, HARRY, 4B ............ FRANCISCO, .BRUCE W., 2C .... FRANCKE, ALFRED J., 6A ..... FRANK, PAUL A., 3B ...... . FRASER, ALAN W., 9A ...... . FREEBORN, CHARLES J., 3A. , . . FREEMAN, J. T. 8C ....... FRIDLEY, JACK B., 4A. . .. FROST, NED J., 7D ...... . FRYE, GEORGE D., 4A .... FUHRER, WILLIAM H., 3A. . .. GALLAGHER, BERNARD A., 2D.. GALLATIN, ROBERT E., 3B. . . . GALLUP, BREWSTER B., 6C ..... GAMBER, CHARLES O. K., 2D. . . . GANDY, DOUGLAS W., 4C ..... GANNON, PAUL E., 8A ........ GARDNER, EDWARD E. III, 2D ..... ...... GARDNER, GEORGE M., 8B .... GARDOCKI, EUGENE W., 8C. .. GARRISON, CHARLES D., JR., as eARRoTTo, ALFRED E., 3A.... GARTON, EDWARD E., :IC ..... . GASPER, WAYNE L., ss. . .. GATLIN, WILLIAM G., 6C ..... GAUNT, RICHARD P., 7B ..... Bronx N Y MIlfOfd Mass TIpton Mo E St L uns Il s Escondido CGlIf Okaloosa Iowa Lake Charles La Sand SprIngs Okla MIHneGPOlIS MInn Los Angeles Calif , .,'..fff1.ff.f-'- ', I ', ff".'.'.'.f..f.l.QI"'f of If , ., ., ............ Kansas City, Mo. ENSIGN EDWARDS, GLEN R., 7B .................. ' , '. T. , , I ., ., .I . ' 1 . '. , I ., .I .... .. . I , LT- , ., .................... ' , . . . ,, ., .......... ' ' , ' . 2 LT- , -., .............. ' ' , ' . . ., ............ , ' . LT. ' ' ....RIdley Park, Pa. ..........ElgIn, llls. . . . . .Kansas City, Mo. . . . .San Marino, Calif. .... .Minneapolis, Minn. . . . .Magdalena, N. Mex. . . . .Long Beach, Calif. ........May, Texas .......Jacksonville, Fla. .............FlInt, .. . . .Westislip, L. I., . . . . .Los Angeles, . . . .Great Falls, ......DuIuth, . . . .Palo Alto, ...Sunnyvale, . . .De Pere, Mich. N. Y. Calif. Mont. Minn. Calif. Calif. Wisc. . . . .SeattIe, Wash. ......Elmhurst, llls. .....Oswego, N. Y. ......St. Louis, Mo. . . . Long Beach, Calif. . . . . .Kingsville, Texas . . . .Fort Worth, Texas . . .Sheldon, N. Dak. ........Dover, Ohio Philadelphia, Pa. . . . . . . .North Platte, 3B .... East Hartford, ...........HIllrose, . . . . . . .Washi'ngton, . . . .San Bernardino, .........Bayard, .... .MiIwaukee, . . . .San Anselmo, ........Toledo, . . . . .Berkeley, . . . . .New York, ... .St. Louis, Mo. Nebr. Conn. Colo. D. C. Calif. Nebr. Wisc. Calif. Iowa Calif. N. Y. . . .Jacksonville, llls. .......Lodi, ......Sydney, .........AlbIa, . . . . .Dobbs Ferry, Calif. Nebr. Iowa N. Y. . .Cambridge, Ohio ..........York, Pa. ......Barnweld, N. Y. . . .Grosse Point, Mich. .. . . .Compton, Calif. .Des Moines, Iowa St. Louis, Mo. . . .Unionville, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Minn. GARLOCK, JOHN L., 7C ........... .... M inneapolis, ......Mobile, Ala. . . .... Omaha, Nebr. . . . .Chelan, Wash. . . . .Oskaloosa, Iowa .......Broaclus, . . . . .Hollywood, Mont. Calif. Tk 'A' ir ir ir 'A' ir Page 315 -I I bhiizs-1K:Im1!:'J-'lflii N.-nz V 2ND LT, 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 3 GAYDOS, MICHAEL, 8B ....... GAYNOR, JAMES A., 3A .... . GEPPINGER, EARL, JR., 4A. . .. GERAGHTY, GERALD G. ,2C. .. GERNERT, HAROLD F., 2D. . .. GIBB, RICHARD, 3C .......... GIEBLER, CLIFFORD L., JR., 7A. GEESEKE, WILBERT H., 3A ..... GIESKE, WILLARD G., 2D .... . GIl.LERT, MARTIN P., 3B. .. GILLEY, ARNOLD E., 5B ...... . GLATFELTER, RALPH L., 3A. . .. GLUNTZ, GEORGE A., 7A .... . GOEHRING, VALENTINE J., JR., 6D,. GOURLEY, NORMAN W., 3A.. GOVER, TRAVIS G., 2D ....... GRABILL, REX W., 8A ..... . GRAHAM, JOHN E., 4A ......... GRAHAM, WALTER W., 4D... GRASER, DONALD B., 3C .... . GREHAN, JAMES W., 6D ..... . GRIGNON, KEVIN A., BC. . .. GRIMM, GEORGE J., 8A. .. GRISWOLD, ROBERT R., 2C. . . . GROSS, RICHARD F., 9B .... GROTH, CARL D., 4C .... . GUSS, WILLIAM F., 4A. . .. HADAC, GEORGE O., 4B .... HADDOCK, GARTH D., 6C. . .. HALE, DONALD W., 8C ..... HALES, MAX B., 6D ...... HALL, HARRY J., 7B. . . . HALL, W. C., 7A ....... . . . HALSEY, JAMES P., 2D ........ . HAMMILL, THEODORE J., SC.. HAMILTON, RICHARD D., 8B. .. HANEY, JOSEPH C., 7C .....,. . HANSEN, ALFRED D., JR., 2C.. HANSEN, JAMES L., 8D ....... HANSEN, JOE G., 8C ...... . ESIGN HANSEN, THOMAS F., IB ....... 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND L.. ENSIGN ENSIGN HANSON, HAROLD R., 5A. . . . HARDING, HERSCHEL E., 4E. . . . HARRELL, MONTIE G., 3D .... HARRIS, GEORGE B., 2D .... HARRIS, GRANT, 7E ......... HARRIS, LEONARD W., 3C. . . . HARRIS, ROBERT M., 2C ...... . HARRISON, JAMES E., JR., 6C.'.'.'. 2ND LT. HART, HENRY, 4A ............. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. '7ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 'A' 'k I HASELTON, WALLACE M., 3A.. HARLE, JOHN C., 6C ....... . HAWKINS, HARVEY C., JR., 3B. HAWKINS, REX E., 6B ........ HARWOOD, HAROLD E., 4B.. HAZLEHURST, EDWARD, 3C ,... HEABERLIN, DWIGHT W., 9A.. HEAD, JAMES S., 6C ....,. . HEARD, CHARLES L., 5A. . . . HEATH, HAROLD H., 3B ..... HEDDEN, WILLARD B., 8C .... . HEISLER, ROBERT B., 8B ...... HELTON, RAY L., 8B ......... . HENDERSON, JAMES C., 6C. . . . HERBERT, JED W., 8B ...... . HERMANN, ROBERT M., 2D. . .. HERRIN, DOUGLAS H., 9C ..... HERRLE, JOSEPH H., 3B ..... . HERRON. DENNIS L.. 6C... 'HEUSTED, JOHN E., 9C... HIBBARD, JAMES H., 8C .... ... . .Portage. Pa. Los Angeles, Calif. ..........Macy, Ind. .......Chicago, Ills. . . . .Stratford, Conn. .......Denver, Colo. . .. .New York, N. Y. Arlington Heights, Ills. . . . .Kansas City, Mo. . . . .Ponca City, Okla. .... .Ashland, Wisc. .....Elmhurst, Ills. . . . .Overland, Mo. ......Blouvelt, N. Y. .....Salem, Mass. ...Hobbs, N. Mx. . .Columbus, Ohio .....Dubuque, Iowa . . . . .Seattle, Wash. . . . .Yuba City, Calif. ........Arcola, Va. . . . . .Dearborn, Mich. . . . .Arlington, Wash. .San Francisco, Calif. .. . . .Oakland, Calif. . . . . .Freewater, Ore. .....Redding, Pa. . . .Chicago, Ills. . . . .Kellogg, Idaho .......Dallas, Texas ..Spanish Fork, Utah .Glasgow, .........Oiney, Mont. Okla. West Hartford, Conn. .......Boston, . . . . . .Seattle, Mass. Wash. .. . . .Excelsior, Minn. .Grand Rapids, ......Council, ...Bellingham, Mich. Idaho Wash. ..'Kansas City, Kans. .......Chicago, Ills. .......Albion, Iowa . . .Wichita Falls, Texas .Clifton Heights, Pa. . . . . .Oak City, Utah . . . .Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . . . .Bessemer, Ala. ...Des Moines, Iowa ....Philadelphia, Pa. . ...... Reading, Mass. .....Flushing, N. Y. . .Minneapolis, Minn. . ........ Nephi, Utah .......Chicago, Ills. . . . Hazel Crest, Ills. . . .Des Moines, Iowa ......Tallapoosa, Ga. . . . .Pasadena, Calif. . . ...San Francisco, Calif. ....Puyallup, Wash. ....Ravenna, Ohio . . . . . .Scobey, Mont. .Salt Lak City, Utah .......Ogden, Utah .........Home, Pa. . . . . .Miami Beach, Fla ......Portland, Ore. . . . .Kahlotus. Wash .,...Vassar, V Mich. . . . . .Seattle, Wash ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. HICKERY, YATES, JR., 4B .... . HICKOX, RODNEY W., 7A. . .. HITE, ROBERT W., 8D ...... . HJELSTRMO, JOSEPH G., 8D. . .. HODGES, LAWRENCE T., 2C, . . . HOFFMAN, CHARLES K., 2C... HOKE, JOHN D., 2D ....... . HOLLAND, JOHN D., 8B. . . . HOLLE, HARRY K., 6D ..... . HOLLY, HAROLD E., 2D ....... . HOLMAN, HOWARD S., 6C. . .. HOLMES, LANMAN T., 6B .... . ENSIGN HOLROYD, OSCAR S., SA .... 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN HOLTY, WALTER E., 2C .... HOLVEY, JAMES W., 6B HOMEYER, ROBERT F., 9E. . . . HOOKS, WILLIAM J., 6B ..... HOOPER, CHARLES A., 3B. . . . HOREK, BENJAMIN T., 2D. . .. HORNER, RICHARD H., 3A. . . . HORVATH, LEO, 4B ............ HOWLAND, WARREN, JR., 5A.. HUBEY, JOHN B., 9C ......... HUBER, JOSEPH A., Jr., 8B.... HUEFTLE, GILBERT W., 2C .... . HUNTER, JACKSON B., 8C .... . HUPE, RUSSELL W., 2D .... . HUTCHINS, CALVIN W., 3B. . .. IRVING, KENNETH L., 7B ....... IVERSON, WILLIAM F., JR., SA. .. IVY, ANDREW J., 8B ........... JACKSON, KERMIT B., 3B .... . JACKSON, WALTER W., 6C ..... JACOBS, WALTER A., JR. ,3B. .. JANKOVIC, EDWARD, 3A ..... JANUSZEWSKI, JOSEPH, 6A .... JEFFREY, SCOTT W., 4D ...... JEFFS, JOHN I., 8A ....... JEKOT, CHESTER M., 8B .... JENKINS, EDWARD F., 9C. . .. JENKINS, GEORGE E., 3A. .. .. JENNINGS, ROBERT O., JR., 8B. . JESMER, GORDON J., 7D ...... FLOYD W., 2C ..... . JOHNSON, JOHNSON, FRANKLIN R., JR., 2C JOHNSON, JAMES K., 4A ...... JAMES W., 3B .... . JOHNSON, JOHNSON, ROBERT L., JR., ec.. JOHNSON, JOHNSON, JOHNSON, JOHNSON, WAYNE L., 4E. . .. JOLLY, 'HOWARD D., 2C JONES, CHARLES L., sc. .. JONES, DONALD E., 4A .... JONES, ERASTUS Q., 3D .... JONES, EUGENE W., 7D .... JONES, JOHN W., 8B ..... JONES, WILLIAM I., 3D JONESON, WILBER E., 6B .... . JORDAN, RICHARD F., 9A... JUNGI, HARRY L., 8B ........ KAMMEYER, HARRY D., 7C. . .. KANE, EUGENE C, 2D ....... KAPELL, GEORGE F., 5A . . .. KARP, STANLEY M., 4C. . . . KARR, ROGER W., 6D .... KEARNS, ELMER L., 6C ........ . . . . . .Seattle, Wash. .. . . .Burlington, Iowa , .,..,.... Chicago, Ills. ,Upper Montclair, N. J. . . . . .lndependence, Mo. ........Magna, Utah .. . . .Chaldron, Nebr. ....San Pedro, Calif. ......Hartley, Iowa .......Reealley, Calif. ...........Delta, Utah . .. .West Orange, N. J. . . . . . .Long Beach, Calif. ............Bagley, Minn. ..Colorado Springs, Colo. .........Chicago, Ills. .. . . .Lake Worth, Fla. ......Portland, Ore. ........Cicero, Ills. . . . .Santa Rosa, Calif. . . . . Bethlehem, Pa. . . . .Pasadena, Calif. . . .Excelsior, Minn. . , . .Baltimore, Md. . . . .Eustis, Nebr. . . . .Ennis, Texas .....Auburn, Calif. . .Ashtabula, Ohio ........Haver, Mont. . . . .New Orleans, La. . . . . . . .Bisbee, Ariz. . . . .Englewood, N. J. ........Piru, Calif. . . . . .Chicago, Ills. .......Toledo, Ohio . . . . . .HaverhilI, Mass. . . . .Greenwich, Conn. . . .Los Angeles, Calif. ......Chicago, Ills. ....... . .Salem, Mass. RODNEY 'P., 6B .... RUSSELL W., JR., 4C.. VICTOR E., 3B ..... Marshalltown, Iowa ...N. E. Washington, D. C. Alderwood Manor, Wash. ......Minneapolis, Minn. . . . . .Hoopestown, Ills. . . . .Portland, Ore, . . . . . .Exeter, Calif. .. . . .Spokane, Wash. . . . . . .Minneapolis, Minn. . ....... Staunton, Va. ........Kirby, Mont. . . . . . . . .WestfieId, Wisc. ...Santa Barbara, Calif. . . . . . . .Waukena, Calif. . . . . . .Oshkosh, Wisc. . . , .Cedar City, Utah . . . .Hawkeye, Iowa . . . .Denver, Colo. .. . , . . .Seattle, Wash. ........Houston, . . . .Los Angeles, ........Taft, ......Ogden, Texas Calif. Calif. Utah . . .Kansas City, Mo. . . . . .South Gate, Calif. ....Long Island, N. Y. Bethesda, Md. A J.-S-ailf -Lake City, Uta h KELLEY, CLARENCE H., JR., ac...'."'.'. . .wqshangfm D. c. if ir 'A' ' 'k 'A' 'A' Page 3I6 QND LT MAASEN HENRY A QD . . .Springfield, QND LT QND LT ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT QND LT QND LT QND LT ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSICN QND LT ENSIGN KELLEY KELLEY KELLEY RICHARD L C sTANTON R 3A WILLIAM KELsEY DOUGLAS K C KEMPER DORAN D QD KENDRICK JOHN M 3A KENNEDY JOHN E 4A KERR BENNIE H 3A KEsLIN ROBERT 8C KIEL ALOIS QD KIENZLE HERRMAN JR QD KILLGORE HOWELL G as KIMMERER GEORGEJ as KING JACK QD KING JOHN E QD KING WILLIAM A 9B KINKADE KENNETH 7B KITCHEL DONALD v 4D KLEBE JOHN A ac KLEINKNECHT ROBERT C 7C Columbus Ohio Brookline Mass Shreveport L Salt Lake City Utah Dallas Texas She by N C Carlisle P Gary Ina Chicago Ills Milwaukee Amarillo Staten Island Bic Bear Lake Wisc Texas Ca If St Louis Mo Minneapolis Minn Be I Calif Richmond Ind Seattle Wash Grantwood N. J. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT QND LT QND LT ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT QND LT ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT ENSIGN LUCAS GEORGE L 3B LUCHOW JOHN H JR QC LYNCH KEVIN P 3D MACFARLANE DONALD G 3 MADGET BOB E QD MAGEE JOHN W 5A MAGUIRE RAYMOND R 8A MAHONEY VINCENT J QD MAIN ARTHUR W 8C MAKELA HENRY 8A MALECKI ROBERT A 4A MALERICH J ANTHONY 3B MALONE CRAWFORD B 8C MELTEBEKE RAYMOND L 8B MANGET JOHN A QD MANUS WILLIAM A QC MARCELLA LEROY 5A. El Dorado Springs Mo Cape Girardeau Mo Blue Mounds Wisc Tahoka Texas Missoula Mont Helena Mo Brookhaven Miss Mamaroneck N Y Buffalo N Y Chicago Ills Bellevue Wash Chicago Ills Shakopee Minn Beaumont Texas Hillsboro Ore Albany Ga Ca if Miami Ariz Dinuba I ' I' 3 """"""""" I I , ., ,......... .. I I , ' I I -1 4......,........, I , , , ,, ,I ' I H . J., 8D .................. , Ci, , ., ..............,.. , ' , I -, 6 .....,.. ..... ' , ' I -, ................... , . , ., ............ . . . . . . . , , ., .......,.......... 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' f -, ........... , , , ...................., I I, I . , , I , , I I ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. QND LT. QND LT. QND LT.- QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. KLINE CHARLES W. QC .... KOTTNER, RALPH A., 8D .... KOZIOL, CHESTER F., 5A KRAMER, PAUL E., SA ....... , KREIDE, WILLIAM M., 8C .. KRIEGER, FREDERICK w., sc. I.I. KRUMM, GEORGE A., QD .... KUZMIAK, WILLIAM M., QC... LA BOW, CLAUDE S., 8B .... LAMB, EDWARD M., 6B. . LAMB, HAROLD C., QD ..... . LAMONT, ROBERT P., 6C. . .I LANDES, CLYDE L., QD .... LANG, CLARENCE, 8C .... LANGE, FRANK, JR., 4B ...... LANGHORNE, JOE B., 6C LANGLEY, RALPH R., JR., QC ..... LARRICK, JACK M., QD ..... LARSON, CHARLES L., QD ..... LAUGHLIN, PEYTON M., JR., LAVERACK, ALTON J., 7E ........ LAVERS, ALBERT T., 3B ...... . LAWSON, HENRY N., QD. . .. LEACH, WILLIAM H., QD ...... LEACHMAN, GEORGE C., QD. LEAVITT, PAUL F., 4C ........ LEBO, WILLIAM K., 6D.. LEDTERMAN, JAMES A., QD.. LEEKER, WALLACE F., 8C LEHMAN, RALPH S., 3B .,.. . LE MASTERS, EARLI: tl., JR., 3B. LEMOINE, JULES J., .EB ....... LESAGE, WILLIAM E., QD .... QND LESTER, RALPH G., 8B ..... ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN LEWALLEN, HOWARD L., 3A .... LEWIS, HERBERT J., 3A ...... . LIGHTNER, EARL F., QC .... . LIGON, ROBERT S., 3C .... . LIKENS, ALBERT, JR., BD ..... LILLIE, ROBERT A., QD ..... LINDSAY, ROBERT C., 3B. . .. LINDVALL, CARL M., 5B .... . LINTON, GLEN W., 7A ..... . LIPPENCOTT, OTUS G., JR., QD LITTLE, FRANKLIN C., 6D ...... LONGPREE, JOHN W., 3B ........ LONGSHORE, CHESTER E., 4A LOTZ, NORMAN A., BB ,,,.. . LOVEMAN, ALLAN M., 8C .... ..........Denver Colo Chicago, Ills. ..... Chicago, Ills. . . .Youngstown, Ohio . Q. . . Seattle, Wash. . . . .Park City, Mont. ...... Secone, Pa. ....Avenel, N. J. ......HammDnd, Ind. ............Pasco, Wash. . . . Monterey Park, Calif. Washington Depot, Conn. ...........Normal, Ills. . . . .Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . .Lincoln Park, Mich. ......Delhart, Texas . . . .Los Angeles, Calif. .....Chanute, Kans. . . .Fort Bragg, Calit. . ..... Dallas, Texas .......BelIevilIe, Mich. .....Menlo Park, Calit. . . . . . .Lubbock, Texas . .. Hollywood, Calif. . . . . .Detroit, Mich. .. . . .Liberty, Nebr. San Pedro, Calif. . . . .Daly City, Calif. I .......St. Louis, Mo. .....Milwaukee, ... . . . . .San Francisco, . . , .Walnut Creek, Wisc. Calit. Calii .. Enalewood, Colo. .....Richburg. N. Y. ......... Clinton, Tenn. . ..... West Newton, Mass . . . . .San Diego, Calif .....ArkadeIphia, Ark ........ Chicago, Ills. .........FerndaIe, Mich. ...Mountain Grove, NIO. ....... Rockford, Ills. . . . .Coldwater, Mich. . . . .Kansas City, Mo. ...Arnolols Park, Iowa Tenn. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. MARCH RICHARD C. 3D ....... MARDECAI, SAMUEL F., 4D. . .. MARKS, EDWARD D., 3A ..... . MARKWITH, WILLIAM G., 6C. .. MARRON, JOSEPH F., 6C ......... MARSHALL, JAMES F., QC. . . . MARTIN, CHARLES W., 4B .... . MARTIN, JAMES D., 5A ...... . MASON, GEORGE O., 5D .... MATHER, GEORGE L., 8D. . .. MATHIS, RAY H., 4B ..... MATSLER, MYRON L., 8B . . . MAULDIN, GENE R., 8B QND. LT. MAURER, WESLEY C., QC .... QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN MAY, THOMAS O., 7B. .. MAYER, HENRY, 3C ......... MCAULEY, ROBERT D., QC. . .. MCBRIDE, THOMAS D., 6C .... MCCANN, JOHN I., 5B .... . MCCARTNEY, ROBERT L., 7D. . . MCCLELLAN, GEORGE F.,' 8C. . . . MCCULLOUGH, JAMES L., 4A. .. MCDERMITT, EDWARD B., 3A. . . . MCDONALD, JOHN R., 4A ..... . MCDONALD, WILLIAM H., 3C.. MCEACHERN, FRANK, JR., 5C.. MCENTIRE, THOMAS F., QC. . .. McFADDEN, LESLIE T., 8C ..... . MCGINNESS, ROBERT W., QC... MCGREW, RICHARD L., 8C .... . McIVER, RICHARD W., 4D. . .. McKEE, WALTER R., QD ....... . McLAIN, JACK, 6D .......... MCLAUGHLIN, GEORGE F., 8C. MCLEMORE, WILLIAM M., 5A. .. SanPedro Calif. ... .No Home Town Given .. .San Francisco, Calif. ........ Los Angeles, Calif. .North Hollywood, Calif. . . . . . .EI Dorado, Kans. ...Walla Walla, Wash. ...... .Winterset, Iowa ....Carpio, N. Dak. . . . .Milwaukee, Wisc. .....Karnak, Ills. .Rantuck, Ills. ...........Albany, Texas Lake Nehagamon, Wisc. ......San Ysidro, Calif. . . .Scotts Bluff, Nebr. . . . .Wichita, Kans. ........Aliguippa, Pa. . . . Conshohocken, Pa ......... Renton, Wash. ,......... Houston, Texas .... New Philadelphia, Ohio . . . . .Glen Morgan, W. Va. Santa Monica, Calif. .. .. .St. Joseph, Ten-n. . . .... Rockport, Mass. . . . .Kansas City, Mo. ......Tacomo. Wash. .. .... Kansas City, Kans. . . . .Kansas City, Mo. ....Murr:hy, N. C. . ... Chicago, Ills. . . . . .Jackson, Miss. .... Basin, Wyo. .. . . .HeIena, Mont. MCLENAGHAN, THOMAS R., 5C. .. ...San Pedro, Calif. MCMULLEN, JACK R., 5A ...... Rochester, N. Y. MCMURRAY, ROBERT E., 7C .... ...New Orleans, La. MCNEIL. IOHN K., 7A ........ .... K ingsburg, Calif. MCQUEEN, DONALD R., QD ..... ...... H omewood, Ills. MCQUILLAN, EDWARD J., 5D .... ..... Y oungstown, Ohio MCROBERTS, NOEL H., QD ...... ....... D allas, Texas MCTIGUE, JOSEPH L., 6C .... . MEAKIM, FRANCIS T., 3D .... . MEDLIN, WILLIAM O., 8B. .. MEEKER, CECIL A., BA. . .. MEYER, SAMUEL W. 5D. ....Yakima, Wash. ....Yakima, Wash. ........Cleveland, Ohio QND LT. IvIIDBusT,, HOWARD IE., QDI.I,I. QND LT. MIKA, 7A ................ ENSIGN MIKLAS, GEORGE J., 3A... ...Fort Dodge, Iowa ......ChicagO, Ills. .....GiImer,' Texas . . . . .WaterlOo, Iowa . .. .Long Island. N Y- . . . . . .Superior, Wisc. . . . .Kirkwood, Mo. .........Chicago, Ills. ENSIGN LOWERY, DONALDSON R., JR., QD .... .... O swego, N. Y. ZND LT. MILEY, PAUL L., QC .......... .... S ilver Springs, Md. ENSIGN LOZAR, GEZA, QC. . . I ............. .. .Masontown, Pa. QND LT. MILLANG, HARVEY B., 4A ..... ....... P erley, Minn. Page 3I7 3 I Y! I I I I I .I iz II I ul I , . 'nl .I III' ,. it I. II I I. 4-mv' I I I It ,. II 'I I. ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. QND LT. QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 'k 'k MILLAR, STACY M., 6C .... MILLER, CHARLES R., BB. .. MILLER, EDGAR T., 6B ,... . MILLER, GEORGE R., 6B .... MlLLER,, JOHN A., 4D. .. MILLER, MELVIN L., QC. . .. MILLIS, CARL J., 6C ...... . MILNE, RICHARD L., 6C. . .. MILT, JACK W., 5A ....... MINCER, DALE F., 3D ..... . MINOR, ELMER B., 5D. .... MOCBUS, WILLIAM H., 5D ...... .... MONTGOMERY, HAROLD R., 7B MOON, REX R., 7B .,........ MOONE, ROBERT B., 6C .... MOORE, EARL N., QD ..... MOORE, FRANKLIN D., 4B. . . MOORE, FREDERICK S., 8B .... MORGAN, ARTHUR L., 7B . . . MORGAN, GEORGE E., 6A ..... MORGAN, ROY, JR., QD ..... MORGAN, STACY M., 9A. . . . MORTON, EARL T., 8C ..... . MOSER, CLARENCE R., QC .... . MOSHER, FRANK E., QD ..... . MOXLEY, CHARLES R., 6C .... MULLEN, RICHARD L., 6C .... . MUNK, ROBERT M., 6B .... . MURPHY, FRANK M., QC. .. MURRAY, EDWIN L., 4D. .. MURRAY, ROBERT E., 6A ..... MUSSMAN, WILLIAM E., QC. .. MYERS, FRANK, 7C ......., MYTHING, EDWIN P., 7E ..... NABOURS, LAVERNE F., 7C. .. NEAL, RAYMOND G., QD ...... NEIL, GEORGE F., 4E ..... NELSON, EMERY E., 7A .... NELSON, JOHN P., 7B ....... NELSON, WILBUR O., 5B ...... NEWMAN, HOWARD L, QD ..,. NEWMAN, PHILIP, JR., 7B... NICKERSON, CARL W., 8C .... NIEMANN, MAURICE D., QC... NORRIS, ARTHUR J., 4B .... NOVAK, JOHNNIE L., QC ....,. U NIESWANDER. ROBERT S., 3A. OBERTA, JOHN P., 6B ..,... . O'BOYLE, JAMES H., QC ..... . ODEM, HERMAN C., 5C ..... . O'DONNELL, GEORGE E., QD.. O'DONNELL, JAMES H., 6B. . . . OLEK, HENRY H., 6C .,...... OLSON, GILBERT A., QD ...... OLSON, KENNETH A., 8A ..... OPON, STANISLAUS, 6B .... O'RElLLY, JAMES J., QD ..... ORMOND, JOHN K., QC ..... OSEN, OELO M., 8C ......... . OSTERHOLDT, ROBERT R., QC.. O'TOOLE, WALTER L., JR., 6D ..... .. OVERFELT, CHARLES R., 3A ..... .... PARKER, MILO G., JR., 8C .... PARKER, WILLIAM J., 3A .... PARKER, WILLIS M., 3D .... PASTOR, ALOIS W., 6C ..... . PATCH, THEODORE F., 4C .... . PAULSON, GERALD A., 8B. . .. PAYER, JOHN L., 8D ....... . . .Vancouver, Wash. . . .San Diego, Calif. . . . .Topeka, Kans. ....OakIand, Calif. .. South Bend, Ind. . Long Beach, Calif. . Waterport, N. Y. . rittsfield, Mass. . Seattle, Wash. ..Scarsboro, Iowa .Battle Creek, Mich. San Francisco, Calif. . . . ...... Las Vegas, Nev. . . . .Toronto, Kans. ........Lima, Ohio . . Pasadena, Calif. .. .BrookIyn, N. Y. . . . .Descanso, Calif. . . .Eaglerock, Calif. ......Herrine, llls. .. .Effingham, Kans. ..San Diego, Calit. . . . .Yakima, Wash. .. . . .Hickory, N. C. ......Glendale, Calif. .Binghamton, N. Y. . . .Longview, Wash. . . . .Sand Creek, Mich. .....WeIlsboro, Pa. . . . . .Conroe, Texas ......Muncie, Ind. .Minneapolis, Minn. ..........loIa, Kans. . . .SeattIe, Wash. .Deming, N. Mex. .Los Angeles, Calif. ..New York, N. Y. . .Geyersville, Calif. .Los Angeles, Calif. ......Chicago, Ills. ...San Jose, Calif. . . . .Condon, Ore. ....Orlando, Fla. . . . . . .Brock, Nebr. . . .Lawrence, Mass. . . . .Amarillo, Texas . . . .Phoenix, Ariz. . . . .Seattle, Wash. .....HumbIe, Texas ....GlennviIIe, Ga. . . . .Denver, Colo. . . . .Detroit, Mich ......Chicago, llls . . . .Yakima, Wash. .Minneapolis, Minn. .........Chicago, llls. Beverly Hills, Calit. .Birmingham, Mich. . .Bremerton, Wash. ....St. Paul, Minn. ..Heber City, Utah .....KirksvilIe, Mn ...,Signal Mountain, Tenn. ............Yeadon, Pa. Worthington, Minn. ... .lnglewood, Calif. .......Canby, Ore. . . . .Cataract, Wisc. . . . .West Allis, Wisc. ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN 'ZND LT. QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN QND LT. QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN PAYNE, JAMES P., 8A ..... PERDUE, DANIEL R., 8C ..... ........GiIliam, Mo. . . . . .Montgomery, Ala. PERRY, VIRGINIUS B., 3B ..... ..... G oldsboro, N. C. PETERS, KENNETH, 8B ........ PETERSON, GEORGE S., QD. PETERSEN, KENNETH L., 4E.. .........Alton, Ills. . . . . .Fresno, Calif. ....St. Paul, Minn. PETERSON, BERTIL J., 6A ...... ....... M adera, Calif. PETTITJEAN, EDWIN R., QC ..... ..... G reen Bay, Wisc. PETTERBORG, JOHN D., 3A .... ..... P reston, Idaho PFISTER, JAMES R., 6A .... . PICAK, STANLEY, 4E ...... '. PIERRE, EMIL E., JR., 3A. .. PINCHARD, GUSSIE R., 6D.. PINGERY, CARL R., 3C. . .. PLANK, JOHN R., 5D .... . POPEL, EUGENE J., QD. . .. PORTER, JOHN I., JR., 4C. .. POTTER, EDWARD C., 2C .... POTTS, CHARLES A., 9B. . .. .Kansas City, Mo. .......Chicago, Ills. . . . Sunnyvale, Calif. . . ........... Troy, Ala. . . . .Yates Center, Kans. .......Ferguson, Mo. . . . .Marinette, Wisc. .. .Monmouth, Ills. . . . . . .Oswego, Kans. .......FuIlerton, Calif. POULTON, AVERN R., 3B .... .... S alt Lake City, Utah PRATT, BRUCE R., 6D ....... PREBISH, HARRY W., 5C .... PRESSNALL, LAWRENCE, 7A. QUISENBERRY, JACK B., QC. RADDATZ, WILLIAM J., QC ..... .........Kent,Ohio ... .South Bend, Ind. .. . . .Wappen, Minn. . . .Fresno, Calif. ,.......Chicago, llls. RAFSHOL, STERLING C., 6B .... .... M inneapolis, Minn. RAKOVICH, EMIL, QB ....... RAYMOND, GENE C., QC ..... REA, SAMUEL A., 3C ...... REAY, HORATIS H., QC ..... REED, THOMAS B., 7B ..... . . . . .Milwaukee, Wisc. . . . . . .Wichitu, Kans. . . .Fort Wayne, Ind. ... .Frankfort, llls. . . . .Covina, Calif. REED, WILLIAM F., 8D. .. ...... Roch, N. Y. REESE, RALPH R., 6D .... ..... W hittier, Calif. RIESER, EMIL G., 6B .......... ........ S t. Loui Mo. RICH, CLARENCE E., 3B ..... RICHARDSON, STERLING J., 7D. .. RIDER, JOHN M., 4B ....... . RINN, ROLAD A., 8A ..... . ROBERTS, ROBERT W., QC. . . ROBERTS, STANLEY R., QD. .. 51 . .Sand Springs, Mont. .......Lansing, Mich. . . . .Davenport, Iowa . . . . . .Stamford, Texas ........Alamosa, Colo. .. .... Wichita Falls, Texas ROBERTSON, DONALD R., 3B .... ...... R ochester, N. Y. ROBERTSON, JAMES G., QD. ROBINSON, PAUL L., 3A .... ROGERS DONALD R., 4C. .. . . .AIbany, Ore. . . . . .Pueblo, Colo .. .Sioux City, Iowa ROGERS: HAROLD, 7B ....... ....... s amine, Wash. ROLAND, DONAHUE S., 8B.. ROLLINS JOHN J., QC ...... .. . .... Bellingham, Wash. . . .San Francisco, Calif. RoMAN,' WALTER w., 7C .... ...... c lows, N. Mex. ROMANO, JOSEPH L., 3A.. RONIMUS, ARTHUR D., 9C.. ROSECRANS, MAX H., 7A. . . . ROSS, HAROLD L., 8C ..... ROSS, ROBERTSON, QD ..... ROWLEY, MERLYN E., 6B. . . . RUSHTON, RICHARD D., 9A. . RUSSELL, FRANCIS M.,.4D. .. RUSSELL, LOUIS, QC ........ RYAN, THOMAS G. BB. . . SAFLEY, BRUCE A., 4D .... SAGEHORN, JOYCE K., 8B. . . SANDERS, WILLIAM B., QC.. ....Lakegrove, Ore. SATTERTHWAITE, NORMAN D., 8A. . . . SCHAEFER, ROBERT W., 5B ........ SCHEDLER, MARTIN J., 7B. .. SCHNEIDER, LAWRENCE, 4A. SCHEINER, ARMOND L., 6D. SCHIESS, EDWARD O., 4C. .. . . . .Lafayette, Colo. . . . .Brookline, Mass. . . . .McDonald, Pa. . . . . . .St. Helens, Ore. . . . . . . . .Seattle, Wash. . . . .Cedar Rapids, Iowa . . ........ Portland, Ore. ..............Roy, Utah Edgewater Park, N. J. . . . .Mercer Island, Wash. . . . . .Victor, Mont. . . . . .Tacoma, Wash. . . . . .Tacoma, Wash. ....Burbank, Calif. . . . ........ Portland, Ore. . . . ..... Los Angeles, Calif. ........MoberIy,Mo. . . . . . .SaIem, Ore. SCHUBERT, CARL O., 3B ..... .... ....CarpentervilIe, llls. SCHULTZ, FREDERICK E., 6D. . . . .New York, N. Y. if ir ir 'Ir if 'A' Page 3l8 P. ra . I X SMITH, WILLIAM DLI AA WETHERILL, LEO G., 4A Wisc. . . .Los Angeles, Calif . . . , Bronx, 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN SCHUSTER JOHN M. 3D .... SCOTT LEE L. 9A ........ SCOTT ROBERT R. 2C ..... SCOTT WESTON L. 5D ...... SCOVILLE WILLIAM H. 4D .... SCULLY JOHN F. 7A ....... SEELY COLEMAN C. - 5D. .. ... ...Detroit Mich. .Ellensburg Wash. . . .Los Angeles . . . .Hartford .......Terry ....Noroton Ca if. Conn. Mont. Conn. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN VAUGHN RICHARD G 3D. .. VELISAK FRANK J. 2D ........ VERCELLI JOHN 3A ...... VIRGIN RAYMOND C. 3C .... WADDELL JAMES 2D ..... . . .Glouster Ohio ...,Ingleside Ill . iet Ils. ...,Cincinnati Ohio ... .. Denver Colo. ' ' I 1 1 1 5 ' I 1 I , , ol , I f I ---f Gvrdevu, Calif ENSIGN VESSELS, JOSEPH T., 2C .... ..Kansas City, Kans. II EL ZELIEILNSLEOELIWELQEI. Ac. .. Uk, . .Targiza UG- 2ND LT. WADE CHARLES H. 5D ...,.. .... H errisbufg IIIS. QND LT SEMB ALLEN R TB' CHEST 'V O 0- 2ND LT. WAHRMUND, ROBERT C., 9A .. .... Fredericksburg, Texas QND LT- .SERTCEHT ELWWXT HUA-5 '-'- ---- E --rL'WC'3Lm'T fe- ENSIGN WAOOONER, WILLIAM H., 2D .. Burlingame, Calif. QND LT'SERTNT OEOEOE O 'EO -"- 0 B ' TSX? ENSION WAGNER, WILLIAM H., JR., 6D Plainfield, N. J. I ' ' " "" '--' ' 00 yn' ' - ENSION WAHLSTROM, LELAND N., 5B .... Craig, Nebr. ENSIGN SHAW, BILLIE C., 8C ..... ...Independence, Mo. ENSIGN WATT-ES EUGENE A QD Phoemx ANZ E'Ng'CfTS' SS:E'ElgEROA'lT'AEfLLfAAZiTIE'O " "--I W"iCI'ei'e" MBS- ENSIGN WALKER, JOHN P., 9B ..,.., .. CeIIIervIIIe, Tenn. ' ' " ' Falls CNY' New ENSIGN WALKER ROBERT T 9B Madison WISE SND LT' SHERWOOD' KENNETH S" SA "-' "-'-- D Umm' N- Q- ENSIGN WATKINSON, WILLIAM T., 4A .. Maplewood, N. J. ENSION SHIMMON, RAYMOND E., 2D Cleveland, Ohm ENSTON WAENKE HARRY ED Om Tnd ENSIGN SHREEELER, JOHN W., ec .... .... B emeelell, Okvle. END LT WASHELTRN OLTY AA "AO "" "" P EI n. Y'Ar. ' 2ND LT. SILSBY, ARNOLD W., 3D ,... .,.WeeeII1em, Mess. END LTWESTVEDT JOHN H AA "" HASTSLEN' MTE? ENSIGN SIMMONS, LLOYD K., 7B ..... .... W Ichlta, Kans. ENSIGN WATSON, FRANK LL, QC LL SWeeTWGTerL Texas ENSIGN SIMPSON, SEBRINO B., 7B .... .... S Uffem, N. Y. ENSTON WATSON PAUL E 8D WTATTELET Km QND LT' SIMPSON' THOMAS' QC ""' -'-' E IHCSQO' 'IIS' QND LT. WATTS, ROBERT E., 2D .,.. .... A mityville, N. Y. ESION SITES, CHARLES P., 8B ....... .....,., E Indlay, OhIe END LT WEEE JOHN O EO BETEEL Km 2ND LT. SKINNER, HARRY J., 6B ..... .. Minneapolis, Minn. ENSTON WEEKE LTNWOOD V ' TE" ""' EEETTA' N T' 2ND LT. SKOCPOL, EMIL, 3B ......... .... . Crete, Nelor. ENSIGN WLER, ROBBINS NL, 8B L LL LL Son Diego, CUTTE- 2ND LT. SLEDGE, PASCHAL N., 2C.. Cleveland, Miss. ENSIGN WELCH LEONARD D 8C , OLOTTHO Idaho ENSIGN SMALL, CYRuS E., 5D ....... ........ L aurel, MISS. END LTL WELLS, ALBERT PL, AA I A Garden OW, NL YL ENSION SMALL, FREDERICK D., 4C .... ..,. C embndge, Mass. END LT WERNEE NORMAN O TE Eerkde COLT, 2ND LT. SMILEY, WILLIAM O., 7A .... ..... T aylorville, Ills. ENSTON' WEST DAWD D EO " "" Eompg' Texog ESIGN SMITH, EVERETT M., 8C ...... ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 'ZND LT. 'ZND LT. SMITH, JUNIOR W., 3D. . .. SMITH, MARION W., 4C. . . . SMITH, STANLEY F., 4C .... SOUTH, MARVIN P., 2C . SPENCER, CURTIS W., 6A. . . . SPENCER, MARK R., QC ....... SPRENGER, ROBERT F., 4A . STRAUSS, CARL R., 8A ..... . STEFANKI, JOHN, 7A ..... .. STEFFEN, HENRY, 6C.. .... STEPHENS, FRANKLIN T., 3A STEVENS, CHARLES Z., 4E.. STEWART, JOSEPH, 4D ..... STEWART, ROBERT E., 7A STONE, CARLO V., 6B .... STRIER, JACK, 5C ........ STROM, RICHARD F., 4B ,... ..... Salem, Ore. ..... Lakeland, Fla. Elkhart, Ind Spring Valley, Marie, . ...San Pedro, ......Denver, .......Afton, .. Cleveland, Ohio Mich. Calif Colo. Iowa Ohio New Orleans, La, Elmwood Park, Ills .... .....Milwaukee, . . . . . .Topeka, Kans. . . . . . Petal, Miss. ... .Sharon, Mass. .... Chicago, Ills. .... Raleigh, N. C. . . . . Spokane, Wash . . .San Antonio, Texas Long Island, N. Y. .. ....... Fresno, Calif SULKOWSKI, HENRY R., 9C .. .... Cannonsburg, Pa. ENSIGN STROUD, JOHN F., 5D ..... 2D LT. STEELE, HARRY M., 2C . . . . . ENSIGN STREETER, EUGENE J., 2D . ENSIGN ENSIGN SULLIVAN, ELMER D., 6D ENSIGN SUVER, CHARLES W., 7B .. 2ND LT. SWEENEY, FRANK T., 6A ENSIGN 2ND LT. 2ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT. ?ND LT. 2ND LT. ENSIGN . . . Ft. Worth, Texas . . . Seattle, Wash. .... Evansville, Ind. SWEET, ALBERT O., 7D .... . .... Erick, Okla. SWENSON, MERRILL E., 4E .. Spanishfork, ureh SWENSTAD, CLEDITH T., 4B ' .... Seattle, Wash. TAGUE, JAMES W. .... . . . . . Cottonwood, Minn. TASMAN, EDWARD R., 7C . ..... Nyack, N. Y. TESTOLIN, GASPAR, 4D .. ....... Park, Il's. THOMAS, RALPH W., 4S .... .... D cwrey, Idaho TREDE, ROLAND W., 3A . ,L . , .... Glendale, Calif. TULBURNE, ANDREW O., 5C .. ...... Youngstown, Ohfo TURLEY, NORMAN A., 3A New Rochelle, N. Y. TuRER, JACK D., 2D ........... .,....... N ebe, Calif. UNDERWOOD, SHERIDAN J., QC .... .....,... G ary, Ind. UPTON, ARTHUR L., 9A ........... . . . Kansas City, Kans URBOM, OSCAR D., 7B ......... .... M cDonald, Kans. UNSWORTH, FRANK C., 7A .... ...Houston, Texas Page 319 ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN WHEELER, JEFF A., 2C WHEELER, PAUL R., 2D .,..... WHISLER, FRANCIS L., 4D WHITE, RUFUS A., 2D ..... 2ND LT. WHITNEY, GERALD F., 4A ..... ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN 2ND LT ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN 2ND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN ENSIGN QND LT. ENSIGN ENSIGN WIDENER, HOMER W., 6C .. WILKOWSKI, NORBERT J., 5B ..... WILLEFORD, OWEN L., 2D... WILLIAMS, JACK M., 3A .... . WICKERSHAM, JAMES E., 2D. .. WILLIAMS, EARL G., 8C .... . WILLIAMS, LESLIE L., 2C ..... WILLIAMS, PAUL C., 6B ..... . WILLIAMS, WILLIAM P., 6A. . .. WILSON, FRANK E., 2D. . .. WILSON, ROBERT R., 6B WILSON, WILLIAM F., 6B WINTERS, JOHN K., 2C WIPIOR, HENRY G., 4A .. WOIE, CARL H., 8D .... WOLLEN, OLIN G., 2C WOLTER, EMMETT E., 2D WOMACK, HENRY C., 6C WORKMAN, RONALD A., 3C . WORLEY, ROBERT D., 5C ..... WRAY, ROBERT P., 2D WRIGHT, RICHARD C., 7A .. WUSSOW, CARL E., 6C . . . . WYMAN, AUSTIN R., 9C .... YARBROUGH, ALFRED W., QD .. YERGOVICH, ROBERT L., 7A . YOST, ALBERT F., JR., 7A .... YOUNG, RICHARD J., 4C YOUNG, WILLIAM M., 3B ... ZDANCEWICZ, FRANK, 7B ZILLEN, ANTHONY J., 9C. . .. ZIMMER, ROBERT J., 7A .... . UBA, GEORGE, 6C ....... ZULAUF, JACK C., 4E. .. 'k ir I f7z:1i1z'1asggz:s5eIieu? . . .Kansas City, Mo. . . . . Hawley, Texas .. Rocky River, Ohio .. Iowa City, Iowa . . . . Chicago, Ills. ... Van Nuys, Calif. . .. San Jose, Calif. . . . Chicago, Ills. .. Downey, Calif. Montclair, N. J. . . . Miles City, Mont. . Fort Worth, Texas .... .. Chester, Pa. . . .CIarksdaIe, Miss. . . . Greenville, Miss. .. Jerome, Ariz. .. Chillicothe, Ohio N. Y. .. Oak Park, Ills. ..... Harvey, Ills. ... Duluth, Minn. . , . . Garnett, Kans. . Los Angeles, Calif. . . Gaston, Ore. . Washougal, Wash. ..... Lincoln, Nebr. ... Salinas, Calif. .. Pittsford, N. Y. . . . Black Creek, Wisc. .. Mercersburg, Pa. . Dallas, Texas . Kansas City, Kans. ..... Peaver, Pa. .. 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'fi 'm" 'll : O DT E lt A T si - I TAI LOR ED T0 MEASU RE ,L . 1303 gf? 1 do -' 1 3 - -,A' lm C ' - - . A , I -- if f, . 3 T 'T A i y EXCELLENCE is the goal when you ' -V T select this man's store to serve you. it Eiga, f V T I I We are mindful of the fact that you gg? 31, li A 1 f want prompt service, good tailoring, 'rpm V h- h I- d f T 1:-T M 1. 5, 3 ig qua ity an per ec I. ay y K L we serve you? 1 1' ' R T A T Y ' ' I 0 a A 't'f 7 . NAVAL AND MARINE orricfns UNIFORMS if ' QT, Z 617 .feofuznd Street "'77llYon, "v'g par, , Conpus CHRISTI., TExAs 1lr1lr'k'k'ki'1l'ir'A' SERVICE TO THE NATION THE FLEET IS ALWAYS IN At The ROYAL GRIIL We Specialize in STEAKS and SEA FOODS AIR CONDITIONED TSW 705 Chaparral St. Corpus Christi, Texas CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NAVY SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. T319 Leopard Street CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS THE REXALL STORE 517 Chaparral Street SERVING CORPUS CHRISTI FOR OVER 42 YEARS uu..n. an-.iq 'Lat ASI-A Sunuuslq i fi H l w 4 1, U S NAVAL AIR STATION, CURPL15 CHRISTI TEXAS 4 M E ,f AVIATION CADET MESS WEEK April 2Lth To April 30th 194 1, --it-1BR-fiAKFYrlh?fi--V--Y::l-- hir LLREH - -YV h- 6IkNE'R -'?ib"""A":A k 4 C 7 I I V v ss' ee I .- --lf.,--el lv.-,.,l.-,,- towels-,e..,..f . ,...,,.ef:z of . FRIDAY THURSDAY WFDNI' DAY TUYSOAY SATURDAY A Y Iced Tomato Juice Assorted Dry Cereals Breakfast Cream Medium Boiled Eggs Fried Crispy Bacon Plain Toast Butter Bralaed Beef Short Ribs Printanlere 0'Brlen au Cratln Potatoes Broiled Grean Northern Beans with Ham Socks Combination Salad, French Dressing Assorted Pickles L Olives Suothered Pork Cutlets, Swiss Style Sauce American Fried Potatoes Pr. Fr. Lima Beans Saute Mashed Rutabagas Adams Salad, :ayonnolse Preserves Mot Bran Rolls Assorted Sliced Breads Fresh Milk Butter Butter Hot Coffee Rice Ralsln Custard Fresh Fruits Fresh Milk Cocoanut Layer Cake Fresh Milk Chilled Oranges Assorted Dry Cereals Breakfast Cream Broiled Choice Ham Steaks with Gravy Boiled Homlny Grits Plain Toast Grilled Calf Liver Fried Bacon Dlcee smothered Onions Mashed Potatoes Buttered Carrots and Peas Chlffonade Salad H Dressing Hot Southern Corn Bread Sweet and Sour Pickles Broiled Choice Beef Steaks Bordelalse Sauce Baked Idaho Potatoes Creamed Fresh Cauliflower Scalloped Tomatoes Lettuce Salad, Anehovle Dr. Preserves Butter Sliced Breads Fresh Milk Butterscotch Ple Butter Bot Coffee Fresh Milk Fresh Fruits Molasses cookies I C FSSSh'Ei'h Stewed Dried Prunes Assorted Dry Cereals Breakfast Cream Grilled French Toast with Syrup Fried Pure Pork Sausages Plain Toast Beer Tenderloin Tips Saute Marchan de Vin Buttered Spaghetti Red Kidney Beans Creole Mixed Fresh Salad, French Dressing Hot Luncheon Rolls Assorted Pickles k Radlshes Roast Young Chicken! Corn Bread Dressing, Giblet Gravy Diced Potatoes, Creamed Buttered String Beans 20 Min. Cabbage Doctor Salad, Butter Butter Cottage Cheese Dressing Preserves Pineapple Prune Jello Assorted Breads Fresh Milk Vanilla Cookies Butter Hot Coffee Hot or Iced Tea rmite Loaf Cake Lemon Slices Tlnned Peaches Fresh Milk Chilled Fresh Fruits Assorted Dry Cereals Breakfast Cream Soft Scrambled EggsfButter Grilled Sliced Bacon Roast Young Choice Lamb Brown Gravy Lyonnaise Potatoes Scalloped Sugar Corn Perfection Salad, Sweet Piccallilll Broiled Sugar Cured Ham Su k Red Gravy Candled Portorico Yams Fresh Spinach and Cream Plain Toast Sweet Mayonnalse Macedoine of Vegetables Butter Hot Biscuits Lmldort Salad, Mayonnaise Preserves Butter Assorted Sliced Breads Fresh Milk Pumpkin Pie Butter Hot Coffee Chilled Fruit Punch Fresh Fruits Chocolate Iced Cake Hot Coffee and Cream Iced Pineapple Juice Hot Rolled Oats Breakfast Cream Cream Sliced Dried Beef Plain Toast Butter Preserves Fresh Milk Hot Coffee Creamed Chicken a Mushroom Mashed Potatoes Buttered Green Peas Shredded Lettuce, Creole Dressing Oven Baked Soy Bread Butter Chocolate Pudding Cream Sauce Iced Lemonade Quartered Sour Pickles Roost Coslln, Dressing Currant Jelly Rissolee Potatoes Creamed Carrots and Turnips Buttered Asparagus Tips Chinese Salad and Dressing Assorted Bread k Crackers Butter Fresh Fruits Pineapple Up-Side Down Cake Fresh Milk Chilled Half Grapefruit Assorted Dry Cereals Breakfast Cream Plain Omelet Grilled sausage Cake Plain Toast Barbecued Polish Sausage Sauerkraut Home Fried Potatoes Baked Pork and Beans Boston Style Loraine Salad, Assorted Rellshes Sweet, Sour Pot Roast of Bw! with Gravy Potato Pancakes Glazed Sliced Beats Buttered Lima Beans Butter French Dressing Caprice Salad No. 2 Preserves Hot Finger Rolls French Dressing Fresh Milk Butter Assorted Sliced Breads Hot Coffee Ice Cream Butter crane Juice Marble Cake, Fr.Fr. Fruits ' Hot Chocolate Assorted Fresh Fruits Assorted Dry Cereals Breakfast Cream Fried R Medium Boiled Zggs Broiled Canadian Bacon Roast Young Turkey with Dressing, Brown Gravy Mother's Style Sweet .otauma Fr. Fr Corn Cubanise Stewed Celery k Tomatoes Hearts of Lettuce hsyomwdse Iced Hearts of CeleryfOlives Assorted Cold Cuts of salami Bologna, Meat, Cheese, Etc. Melted American Cheese with Plain Toast Hot Potato Salad t 2 S5:t2rToas Hot Biscuits Sliced Tomatoes, 1000 Island ' Preserves Chocolate Fudge Sundae Assorted Sliced Breads Fresh Milk Chilled Fruit Punch Butter Hot Coffee Nut Loaf Cake Preserves, Figs - Az? Fresh Milk 0 " g V-H 7 a JOHN C. POS!-LEPNY, Comdr. KSCJ, USN v si CADET MDRALE ' ' GQCZQZMM4 ' 5 QL, XX FQ S' s 5 S pD?,f1u Q 'N S: fr rp .s .'-Xi ' is INSIGNA AND UNIFORM EQUIPMENT FOR NAVAL AVIATION CADETS AND NAVAL OFFICERS Recognized tor outstcinding quality ond unequolled service since I868. Ask for MEYER Products ot your SI1ip's Service Store for complete Sotistoction. NAVY 'E ll"ll I 5 I'l 1 N. S. MEYER, Inc. NEW YORK "TAILORED TO MEASURE UNIFORM AT NEAR NAVY PRICES 420 Peoples Street Furmon Building I l o o R I C E UNIFORMS OF HIGHEST QUALITY NAVAL AND MARINE TAILORS t , + + supplying UNIFORMS OVERCOATS RAINCOATS TRENCH COATS SHIRTS QUALITY CAPS CovERS SERVICE HES if ACCESSORIES A PRICE INSIGNIAS We have sfores in The following Cities: , Annapolis, Md. Corpus Chrisfi, Texas Quanfico, Va. S Baltimore, Md. Pensacola, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. E Beeville, Texas ' Q U I I I l 703 N. Chaparral Sfreef I CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS l 'K ll' l i I I - X pe 1 A I X Ilrj xii' 6 I X Q. Q za ' f lf.,-'ff . L3 More POWER To You! Says REDDY KILOWATT Your Electrical Servant CENTRAL POWER AND LIEHT COMPANY Compliments of CATERING TO CADETS BEACH GRILL Serving the Finest of STEAKS, SEAFOODS and DISHES Lochabay and TidweII Owners 2724 N. Water Street ON NORTH BEACH The Southwestern Specialty Company, Inc. Distributors of HOTEL and FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES kj Xi! 1 CORPUS CHRISTI BOOK 8. STATIONERY CO. BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS PHONE 2-3931 415 Chaparral St. Corpus Christi, Texas 405 Mesquure ST 329 Potomac Ave CQRPUS Cl-ll2lS'l'l TEXAS QUANTICQ VA Zz? f 'A' i' i' i 'A' Home of Qualify Macle To Measure Uniforms For A Naval ancl Marine Officers PENSACOLA Home Office San Carlos I-lorel Bldg i020 Wesf Praff ST. ll Palafox ST. BALTIMORE, MD. Dial 7336 All l 11- ' lT'5 you can TELL BY TITE TASTE FAU T CAFE CORPUS CHRlSTI'S MOST MODERN AIR CONDITIONED RESTAURANT FEATURING K. C. FANCY STEAKS ond FRESH SEA FOODS Centre Theatre Building on Lowrence CARL'S - FLOWERS Your Downtown Florist 097189 -8173700 E et 5 6a04r""BuGRP'YFA9N We Wire Flowers Everywhere 711 N. Choporrol Street DIAL 7467 ALL HOURS ' :,4 :1n:,:2L,., img .'A-'42-A W ---Jie -2 ' M- .2??ii.2i2ii-3,-:-5.32 Qgiigegre..--1 2:3-,yell-.4 Q 15121, ,. e- :.gfL:15-1:41-feel 1-1 1' +5 f I. Y,.'.:, is ., -X-ve--ew. . U, ., V... -.,-..,-..-neg-3,-,..0,.,A. CN, - -5:T,,f17,--:L ' MK--A :ML xg.-LLL1,,.-,,...1'.,...,, -I-:::::::'r es:--.ff '153f?5:fr:fff' Ifi irfiff -19:5-1 rs-se x: Q I, ' 153515315 xx x .. .. +A L X L Q Have You Seen Our Pin-Up Girl? There ore ofher reosons Too, why you should chori o course for The SCUTTLEBUTT LOUNGE. II's o good ploce To enjoy o free coke or o free smoke, To moke your dofes, Iook over The Iofesf mogozines-or lust relox. Drop in. 414 CHAPARRAL - NEAR CENTRE THEATRE A STORE FORMENANDBUYS APPOINTED BY THE U. S. NAVY AS OFFICIAL DISTRIBUTORS NAVAL OFFICERS' UNIFORMS CONGRATULATIONS it l FROM . . . ..-rf-135 -.-:Lt:??'2gi' ..,.,:L3 2 L g .L.,,'. -w w-2.-tzfif P A - "w .. . - """T"m-'M I T T' T' O' IIS' GREIITEST IEUIEIEIIS f , fff' lrgf 'Q '."' 44. fd -.-J, :S ja 2' "Fil . ..??-.f'f?Tfi' , 610 Chaparral Street Q lspf, .I l A-.zi.?f,,... 4 - 3 , CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS gif.-v if .-- A H EE7Qg1?'7if1f' . .21 . Q- Ji:-5-.-gf,"5-.Ji-3-J"lQg':f l .i.:..5t1d15:ij' 3 3-31-1-'21:f?'Kf' ' rx. -.f,L,1. - V' . . -f..':,.,f .fan-Law' -5.- ly:-.-1-iff-'f' 3 ' ,.. ji-:mr-'f , ,,1:,'.1'15-F3255gg.-T',515:-ey" '1"' iq' ' ' 'if"" r ' -gg: -. . "" TQ if ' Trp' 7 . 5 'f wx r . l X X I 1 F xx t S U n e old! X Q Nixon Bun mg X To Go To Th M . AIR CONDITIONED UN, L L,,i.4 e ovles You can't beat fun . . . and here's good healthy fun for every member ot the fam- ily when they go to the movies. Make a date with yourself . . . your family or , J I friends to come every week. You'll enioy the best entertainment the world has to offer at prices that are within the reach Where Naval Personnel Meet of everyone. YouR coRPus CHRISTI THEATRES, INC. Centre-Ritz-Tower-Amusu PGlC1Ce-BGC1Cl'1-Gf0l1Cle oovATos BROS. Nicois, Prop Mel ba -Ag nes 1 , , 'f'I3f 1-1-1-1:4 "Hi: .'lQL'1" EFS ck. W z I I I I .df I Tx 'lll1 lII I' g uf:-" g 31?IFlRiT'QS? OUTFITTERS OF NAVAL AND MARINE OFFICERS' UNIFORMS AND ACCESSORIES QUALITY WORKMANSHIP . "YOUR BETTER MEN'S STORE" ' -Qifgj :ig F4 - 5 Eg 'Cf 504 N. Chaparral Street PHONE 2-5951 STANDARD BRANDS IN CIVILIAN CLOTHING RENT A CAR 'J IOM f XZ Sf 4 I u-DRIVE-lr X X l U Open Day and Night , , CIA ' T f . 9 ' EFI-gm X Texas Drlverless Co. K lv 'DA E T423 Chaparral Dial 2-8214 7 TO THE LADIES The House ot TOOI Bargains Compliments of BRASLAU FURNITURE Wg 7 COMPANY I ,A, , COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Q Q92 IOOI Leopard Street c:oRPuS CHRISTI, TEXAS Gulf Coast Broadcasting Co. Your NBC Station - Corpus Christi '-Eli QQ. fl Z4-LS...., - w-..,,..L, ......L. 1. 3 K Q ! 5-'-3 3 L. -Q54 Gabe PRINCESS LOUISE Whether for business, for pleasure, or for sport, Corpus Christi's most attrac- tive hotel offers you genuine hospitality, homelike atmosphere and splendid ,wi 1-IQTEL ML dining room service. Just three blocks from the theatre and business center-and at the same time pleasantly away from the noise and rush-The PRINCESS LOUISE offers every convenience to make your visit in Corpus Christi enjoyable.. Quiet, cool, comfortable rooms, tastefully decorated to induce rest and pleasant memories of your stay, at prices that meet the demand for modern accom- modations at moderate rates. WALTER FGSTER, Prop. L. H. GREER, Mgr. Hamilton Tailoring Co. Represented in Corpus Christi by W BOB DALTON p i S MADE TO MEASURE Ground Floor - Broadway CUT. INDTVIDUALLY Entronce - Nixon Building HAN D TAILORED DIRECT TO WEARER 7Qe Jrfambficm 7czZfc-vzmq Gawppany will ccmimae in Me fwiwze Me' mme dame Zfzat Q64 made 40. many cwea Me pad! 50.790214 C - E ' l I EoR NAVY M T S C l . xinct NxilitC1fY SW e ' l S tg X5 Di ous Makes , l Fam ,g,U.00 A Fomous For p li T. ,ms 550.00 I ' lx Florshei S6 OO-53.50 SEA FOODS .h , biees ' . ' ' ll Ro My Size t0 lg Also Serving I T 'Tl STEAK ond CHICKEN DINNERST f A RICHARDSONIS Novy Personnel Welcome SHOE STORE i E 1 404 . - . T N Chaparral Slfeei Dine In Comfort Where Gulf Breezes Blow Corpus Christi, Texos GOVATOS BROS. A ' "lT'S SMART TO BE THRlFTY" Some Locotion 18 Years ,W Tl ods ok Fmesi ?o 5ensXxoXe Pvkces N ' O Cclfgee Ughop aaa! au ond Gad Pom Court Cokefmg . . Espedxow 'YO The New , M QI 1 i D M1-I! E? R -g , Moniigiij -J ' gf-TPU5 IST! TEXAS' 7me Www Ummm . . as cl 7 HIGHEST QUALITY BEST FITTING FINEST GRADE BEST VALUES ETC., ETC., ETC. We say taboo to such expressions AII we promise is to make our uniforms worthy the name of KLING BROS., an organization with almost a half century's experience. WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION AND COMPARISON KLINGI BROS. Sz COMPANY, Inc. CORPUS CHRISTI CHICAGO PENSACOLA WALTON HYDE In charge at Corpus Keefuahe fbiamawzcf Um pmwleqe To Serve the Men of the Regiment . . . E N G A G E M E N T R I N G S Gifts Galore for Every Occasion . . . We Ship Anywhere . . . Our Complete Stock . is at Your Disposal. Nationally Known .SIIIIIII IWW l l I I BRING YOUR GIFTS PROBLEMS TO SQUARE DEAL JEWELERS IIITI' IIIIIIIII IIIIII GIFT IIIIMPIIIIY Next to Centre Theatre 606 N. Chaparral X ,We 4 -is - WYVf fray nxt. L- 125.7 x '9':gi , , T 'N 1 L ' , lu. ' 1 J Q":"' I '- l.fJ wi 1 , is 3 v, .x J C I 'x:.O .X 5 'Y If 1' rf., ' 1 0. - 1 X '- . 5 ff.-A-11' in sp' ON '- 2, .o-: - fl? 'SQ -5' -' '. 11 Q dy' x ' 'ffl X . .rx f- vb! 'J - SfJft4 NI f.- r p , " 219 ' .- , ' ,if AWARD OF MERIIT' NIFORMS by Davis carry on a 30-year tradition of fidelity to the highest standards of finer quality. Strictly made to individ- ual measurements . . . cut from only the best of regulation fabrics . . expertly tailored to retain their trim lines under gruelling wear . . . they pay their owners substantial dividends in smart appear- ance and durable service . . . 'The P. H. Davis Tailoring Company, established in 1913, ex- tends a nation-wide made-to-order tailoring service. Members, by invitation, of the Rice Leaders of the World Association, since 1932. NAVAL MARINE No Down Payment at time of ordering Uniforms UP TO 8 MONTHS TO PAY Esquire Custom Clothes Exclusively Tailored By P. ll. DAVIS TAILORlllG OUMPMIY SHOW ROOMS 637-641 NUECES HOTEL CORPUS CHRlSTl 74 fag Me flew ZQQQZZMQMZ . . AS OFFICIAL DISTRIBUTDRS AT PRICES CONTROLLED BY THE NAVY DEPARTMENT 1 J -1-ilii --'- fg, fp 1ZH,z,'2::m1L?:i5f -- seem x. AT y Qu --... QSYXNN Nhmovat -f. 7 in .1. T1 1-- AITIIELL THUMA U lFlllilll Ulllllllll Y 715 N. Chaparral Street - Next to Ritz Theatre CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS LIMERICK FURNITURE . '.wi1?,5fiB7tTIS,1'1I'fh. -f iff . C in f , f--mf , . M ,, ., h. ,. , 4,1 nf, 142' A 205 S. Chaparral 1-The largest stock in Corpus Christi to select ' S I7 li? 'l from. gzitgrfrgr 2-The highest quality. F V V 3-The lowest Prices in South Texas. it :fa E S an Navy personnel we welcome you ,,,.,V.E.,,..,,,-..,,-.--t.--.---+f-q--- , . ., , , ,Q I 1, ff fi ff fl IIURPUS EHRISTY5 5 LARGEST THE SUUTHWESTS NEWEST AND FINEST HOTEL ir 3 5 U H Il U MS COMPLETELY AIR EUNDITIUIIEU ?anf,j AX ...ffk...s I : ,311 Q 'N' In tn EMIUElgNql7i1lfIwNfESlFFI0ERS llNLE'0RMS 1 K s 2vf6Q 011C cC 0lJ Corpus Christi PHONE 5024 Pensacola Corner of Sforr and Mesquite Sfreef What are your needs in Naval Uniform Equipment? The name GEMSCO has always been a "buy" word with Naval Officers and Enlisted Men. Most Ships Service Stores feature GEMSCO variety wares. Complete stocks are also carried at our several branches listed below. You cannot buy finer naval accessories than GEMSCO. EMSCO, Inc. 395 FOURTH AVENUE - NEW YORK, N. Y.. NORFOLK, VA. CHICAGO, ILL. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Selden Arcade, Plume St. 223 W. Jackson Blvd. 'lO'l Camp St. LOS ANGELES, CALIF. SAN DIEGO, CALIF. SEATTLE, WASH. 860 S. Los Angeles St. 1131 Third Ave. 1404 Second Ave. We Texans are proud of the wonderful plant at Flour Bluff and congratulate the personnel being graduated into the Naval Air Force from "The University of the Air" 'A' LONGHORN PORTLAND CEMENT CO. GENERAL OFFICE - TRANSIT TOWER, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Plant- LONGHORN QBexar Co.j TEXAS AA' is 'N K' il X L., .I Ilflll l MVN X A Lnriiilfll A s T f Q X A 2: 'N fxfx 3 ,siiif mfg j .leases 'Il' is sr :ei 'fflsxsezfffe ,,,:g5az1' ss' :"'E5 seam .... -Elm 'iii iiEEEEEEiEEEii5::::.... 'Wifi' I' ' ssfllilil ES zsaaazilirfsrzsesassw ... 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You will tind here the famous Ry- crott khaki shirts, Ranger Wrinkleproof ties, khaki handkerchiefs, Holeproof and Phoenix hose as well as the nationally known Manhattan and Van Heusen white shirts. Also military shoes by Winthrop and Freeman. MILITARY SHOP - STREET FLOOR f L o ,-.r H Q . f .I .v ix li I if ,, , o 0 0 0 0 0 , ,..,..-...-.., ., ..4...-... .- UUIFITIED BY SIMPSON WALINGER PHOTO !Va,wJ0fjicw1' UNIFDRM CUSTOM TAILORED of 6 Thousands of Naval Officers from coast to coast and on every fighting front proudly wear Simpson Uniforms, Our aim is to give every officer such splendid value and service, he will remember Simpson Clothes for his civilian needs after glorious victory has been won! In the civilian field, Simpson Custom Tailored Clothes for men and women offer more days of wear and good ap- pearance per dollar of cost. The selection of fine fabrics for business, sports and casual wear is most outstanding. YOUR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED J. B. SIMPSON Inc , o MAIN SHOPS-SIMPSON BUILDING, CHICAGO 7, ILLINOIS Branch Shops and Representatives from Shore to Shore T0 NW HIE HORSTMANN UNIFORMS are made fo your individual measure over famous HORST- MANN pafferns. Sfanclard of The regular services for over 75 years. zz, , X X57411. ' ff? 23, . - l 1 V a f' If 7 - f I 'H fi ,ilij l fl 5- ' , .5 "1 f, lr! -." X? 5 , i Wifh Officers who know whaf styling means , . 3 -Wifh men who look 'rheir besf in uniforms, if's HORSTMANN. 23: ' . g, ., A' ?LiIIep Qmes urpnratinn Sole Disfribufors 614 N. Chaparral Sfreef Pl'l0n9 5751 ' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS Appointed by the U. S. Navy as official distributors of COMMISSIONED OFFICERS IF ORMS Fabrics, tailoring, and prices under strict Navy regulation to assure L the best of value, fit and serviceability. Blue Service Uniform, S40 Aviation Work Uniform, S50 Navy Cap with Device, 310.50 Accessories and Insignia for Commissioned Naval Aviation Officers P KKINS nzyorusgs COMPANYT ON THE HILL - ONE BLOCK WEST OF PLAZA HOTEL ' CORPUS CHRISTI . . . ,-,-.- fi I9 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 4, f-1 446507. 'om "Nr ,fn- -113131134g:5Lg:5:g'5:1tp W A .A., ,,z,.,.,, ,. "f.,,,ffff- ' "" CONSIDER THI You vvill have no problem whatever in buyf ing your offlcer's uniform if you will simply be guided by the same standards of worth and excellence which you employed in the purf chase of civilian apparel. VVhen you buy Finchley Uniforms you secure in their fullest measure, the incomparable def gree, of character and distinction for which Finchley apparel has been famous for over a quarter of a century. Additionally you assure yourself of equipment rated at its honest worth, that is regulation to the core and that has been designed, developed and executed for your comfort, appearance and practical service. 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