US Navy Recruit Training Command - Helm Yearbook (Newport, RI)

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Recruit training, the helm, serves the new bluejacket as a foundation of knowledge and skills by which it becomes possible for him to steer the proper course throughout his life. The instruction a recruit receives during this period of his training can be likened to the helmsman's wheel, the spokes of which stand for loyalty :md honor, discipline and responsi- bility, teamwork and initiative. One spoke, called the "king spoke", is marked differently, and is larger than the rest. This makes it pos- sible for the steersman to tell instinctively the position of the rudder. The king spoke repre- sents a man's duty to the Navy and the de- mocracy which it serves, the United States of America. VVhen the king spoke is up, the rudder is amidships, and the man at the helm knows that the ship is on the right course. From there on, all that is required is a steady hand at the helm, and a clear view from the bridge. "WMM-441 , am:-ff, --' ,J ,,,f I'-,Lf I Ll 77 ' Sfeady as yqu 0 . A V P. Xi 5 Crqi ,I A Lx!! j. ' ,ff X' 44 L71 RQ If ? I. II The Staff .......... ...... . History ................ ....., III. Embarkation ..., . .......... . IX I. Training ................. ........... I . . . Indoctrmation .......,..................... 2 .. .. . Military Training ,.................. 3 . 4. Ordnance and Gunnery ....., 5. Physical Training ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6. Inspections, Competitions, Parades ........................,.................... . . Administrative ............................ . Seamanship .................................... W V. A Typical Day ...,...... ....... VI. Recreation. .,......... ..... . . X71 1, Debarkation .................., .................... VIII. INhere We Go From Here IX. Autographs ...,.......,.... ............ X. Company Photos .......... ........... XI. Company at Work ...................... XII, Company at Play ........................... XIII. Personal Photo Album ......... .X RECRUIT TRAINING COMMAND UNITED STATES NAVAL TRAINING STATION NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 1 9 5 1 COPYRIGHT 1951 YEARBOOKS PUBLISHING CO., INC. 270 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK 17, NEW YORK PUBLISHERS 5 Phoios on Pages 3 Io 60, with one excepiion, are by Hans Knopf, The famous photographer whose work has appeared in Life, Col1ier's and The Saiurday Evening Posf. STAFF ,, -xx . Captain W. V. Hamilton, USN Commanding, U. S. Naval Base Newport, Rhode Island STAFF 4 Captain T.'H. Hedermcm, USN Commandingyllecruit Training Command X ' X ff. f, ,,, X f x "' ' "' X N STAFF 'U' RECRUIT TRAINING COMMAND STAFF 1,1-11 rn riglzli Lf. E. E. Regnell, Jr., First Lieuten- ant: Lt. M. G. Pelton, Academic Training Olli- cer: Lt. lJGl' L. D. Brooks, Scheduling Ollicerg CDR. R. B. Lander, Training Officer: Lt. lJGl H. A. Taylor, Athletic Olhcerg Lt. N. E. Russell, Admin- istrative Assistant, Lt. E. L. Morgon, Technical Training Ollicerg Bo5'n C, B, Redden, Assistant First Lieutenant. FIRST REGIMENT STAFF Inf! In right: Lt. lJGl L. Sharpe, Discipline lk iiCll'Illlllllg Olliccr: Lf. A. H. Waldo, Jr., Suh- Crmnnandt-rg LCDR W, G, Thatcher, Command- CIA3 Ll. lJGl N. K. Wallace, Adjutant, Lf. UGJ W. B. Noble, Scheduling Olliccr. SECOND REGIMENT STAFF If!! in 11gl1l'l.f. lJGl E. Sides, llisciplinc and Rt'- lltlllllllt Ulllrfl. Ll. H. R. Miller, 5ul1-C.olnin:xntl- H. LCDR. N. C, BITVSI1,clflllllllIIllKl1'l'1 Lf. lJGl J. F, Woolly, Xtlj11I.1nl2Lf. lJGl A. J. Cirillo, Srlwdul- ing Ullzt c ll Commander R. B. Lander, USN Training Olhcer, Recruit Training Command 966 me . e . ll' g g . - A a -A ex ll"'q 59' IM un' efras ifi .az .1, ,. . Q9 qI"' 5 Q 'I n bguggfmf,-., I ' , at vw.,-..i,1g4-:Nui 9 g by N 9 -I. -549' ' N -"fit:-.. S 5 9 . gl I- I -.94 0 Q. .9 Oglls . K. Ydxtyii ...Q E Sift S 1 ' if? TZ? I .Fw 'f xy e 294' if, EQ Lf v fj 1, ' Wg: - -rf ' 1 X, I ' . fgiiij 1: XX . Q -1 X ' ,wax-LUN? K X! tx . . -Li -, A::1.Qfjff x KL J I tx I -ffsesvft, .Q-I , fffww.. I, k X X C R. We f'77f'39T'f3f.'?if-fzi?11'Sf" ' X I f , . . -.. F ff I .xx-J lf! 5 K ., rfg 1 fig , a y V 1 - nf t I I Jkf' rw it f W- ,-,.- fff' - , J ' ' ' I1f1c'lZ2?35i"CCi'.f7-+V-nf,ffrrf'ffC' 17 v , , , ,Jw Station at Newport properly begins with the first recorded sighting of Coasters Harbor Island in April 1639 by Nicholas Easton and his two sons. Nineteen years later the island in Narragansett Bay was sold to the great grandfather of Benedict Arnold, and to history of the U. S. Naval Training John Greene of Newport, by the Indians for six pounds and ten shillings. Newport received the future site of the recruit training station in 1673 for the same price originally paid to the Indians. Coasters Harbor Island, in 1778, had the distinction of being the scene of the first naval "Marker on the Station comrneinorating the land- cgi . cy 25455 7, X U ing of the Eastons on Coasters Harbor Island" XXX J P F HISTORY engagement of the Revolutionary IVar when a Colonial sloop and a British frigate fought a battle near the island. In the same year the island was the scene of the British defense in the Battle of Rhode Island. The earthworks used by the British still stands today. The transformation of Coasters Harbor Island from a possession of the City of Newport to a Naval Training Station began in 1880 when the city ceded the island The hrst Commandant was Commodore Stephen B. Luce, the man who originated the present method of training men for life aboard ship in the U. S. Navy. The Naval Training School at Newport was a direct result of Commodore Lucels efforts to establish a shore station for the training of men in the U. S. Navy and Merchant Marine. In September, 1883, the first recruit building was erected for use as a drill hall and gymnasium, but all recruits con- tinued to live aboard ship until 1887, when the function of training men on shore first began. Until that time recruits had been quartered aboard the U. S. S. New Hampshire. In 1894 the famous fighting ship, the U. S. S. Constella- tion, arrived at the Newport Training Station and has been to the State. Rhode Island, in tL1l'll, ceded the site to the Fed- eral Government in 1881. On june 4, 1883, William E. Chand- ler, the Secretary of the Navy, commissioned the Training Sta- tion. A. Ab 1 so . ji ' . ' 1 -' . , . h - 1, . - r"1 " T ' : , I I i . , 'XXX 3 h I -.X I Ns . V ' . 4 . ,Lac , ji, .1 A K 2 .,,,g:a:ts V , 7.. ' ' '43 M1137 " - , .Q ,mf -,e ' ...pig -, V M A ,... .pw omfaul u. s. Navy mm., The USS. Constellation I ,Mg,,,j.,..,. M.,- so assigned since that time. However, at the close of Mforld lfVar II the Constellation was sent to Boston to undergo repairs. Recruit train- ing at Newport continued steadily throughout the Spanish-American VV'ar and liVorld YVar I, supplying the Navy with thousands of men. From l933 until 1935 no recruits were received at the station, but after the resumption of HISTORY training the program expanded and accelerated until at the height of XN'orld XVar ll more than l6,UOU recruits were receiving their training at the same time. The recruit training program closed down for a second time in 1944, but was reopened in August, 1950 and is once again supplying the U. S. Navy with well trained men for duty ashore and afloat. War College ' N Wal uits . 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Out of the initial disorder and confusion of the first few days' varied activities, the recruit emerges at the end of his training as a resourceful and dependable member of the U. S. Navy. in W . , , lhc l'lliSl Step EM BARKATIQN 353 fd dxrccxs he Mauna Gua rccum bus no she lc Commm XX mf x Y' A M2 Th fi111izgrgE1E1aY ln the Na Personnel CJZIS the Crum 'Yrammg Tnmmmg ihose cur y 1 Xocks EMBARKATION 5' ia QQ ,U Den- . U . 1 Om X I 1110 l . WO11', x Iqllhcse Cwilian cl zbe need- V11 Q b OI 165 f N l1A , . 01' L save them for m ,a e. ' K 'uesS CBA O sx - . 'UNC bu xxadvne aD xx 351 X f. 'ikfyvfim E ' ld' fi lr ' i M X 1 O,, C heart Ol J CQ1. Thcsc corpsmcn have cloublc barrels. vs? M? 3 1 80. A H, ,Ji EMBARKATION Blood pressure gets counted too ' 5 '63 W Ttieth? yes, I Lhmk 111 UV a Navy blue sulf fs X49 W o f A v w EMBARKATIO EMBARKATION ff? K .If Af wwf ff f fi A ' ,AJ XE I - M "TheY doffi Kd You, wear it unkss li fits- ! 2:3 g',...-- ,..o- ,., .1- 1,1 ae.--f 18' For y yurposes of idemifxcati0Y1- in aCCOI'da i -H -'-vu--no """' " - nce W - 1th umform regulations X .. 'xx . I . 5 .c K K FS r W fm- " - ' " ' u 1. D. card. lhg chxei xssues 21 Ky , 11,514 C", 9" ,A RJ xx 5 14 , 1 -. x " X! F1 fx 'I x I x' -Y, .', K ,615 , -- 'N"f'P"F'f "A" "'rfX"f-- r- , 4 V K ECAUSE a man s first 11npress1ons of the Navy are gamed 1n recru1t tra1n1ng, th1s phase of a bluejackets l1fe IS extremely lmportant It 1S here that he learns what the Navy 1S He becomes fam1l1ar w1th naval h1S tory and trad1t1on naut1cal terms rules and regulauons and he learns what h1s r1ghts pr1v 1leges duues and respons1b1l1t1es are as a c1t1zen and a sa1lor He learns seamanshlp takes part 1n phyS1Ca1 and m1l1tary tra1n1ng studles ord nance and Gunnery, and gradually becomes an mtegral part of the team wh1ch makes up the yTRAlNlNG U S Navy The 1CCI'Lllf s ll21llS1l1OIl from C1V1l 13.11 to naval hfe 1S smooth and efhc1ent I-Ie dexelops 1ll1E1'1E1VC and leax ns tl1e meamng of Cl1SC1pl1IlC teamwork and the IIHIJOIIHDCC of bemg a good slupmate Recru1t tra1n1ng be comes the Sf1OIlg foundauon of h1s future naval l1fe Whether If be ashore or afloat 1n the s1lent SCTVICC of the submar1nes IH the a1r arm of the Navy or KOSS1Hg over the waves 1n a U'1lI1 destroyer, the recru1t sets a course for hnnself subject to the ULl1Cl2illCC 1nstruct1on and orde1s of h1s SUPCTIOTS IH the naval se1v1ce INDOCTRiNATION nc1lled 1ons the com1r121Udg the New Tec 1ndoCiYmau g ln Ulf ftrst 5169 alli 15 the full Ima al da I- SSIHC-3 he ICCFUIES HIIUIZOII tests provld Hlental I C V01-ko x N 4 4. 1 - - V . , . . . . , - c ' 1 1 7 . . . - R . . 4 Q 7 1 1 7 2 ' ' 1 -1 1 . 3 . . . ' 1 ,v 7 - O 1 5 a J , . . 1 - - - Q : A , , 2 ., 3 . 5, K YM ' V, , I, . ,V , , E ws I, , sv ' ' . Ll , A . EN iNnocrmNA1loN "'7,, G f 'zz , ,mfffi . . .Vx V, ., W, ,, W e i A chief lecturing a class on American democracy. The training emphasizes the im- portance of the responsi- bilities and obligations of an American citizen and a sailor as well as his rights and privileges. M af Ching The "Articles for the Gov- ernment of the Navy" are required reading for every ofhcer and man. They em- phasize the necessity for virtue, honor, patriotism and subordination. to Cl2lS5 The xt we O Q, Or da INDOCTRINATION Selfstudy 15 Y qv Cnflouraged Y rf -fi W' x4 any xxxxx The Blue ackets Manual has all the answers for the new Cho W Re CY uit Sun CUCCS io pfa YV XCCS aw Se TCCTUIK 45 Vg ,W Z EMB cruit learns military bearing, adopts habits of SAILOR does some soldiering too. The re bluejacket's military training includes instantaneous response to commands, and devel- A ' ' physical drill with arms, close order ops the ability to coordinate his mind and body, It at the same time effectively participating in drill, the manual of arms, and sentry duty. is during this stage of his training that t e h tasks which require the utmost in teamwork Rlgllf shoulder 3111151 F - V . oiuaid 11131-Chiu -'Emily . l 1 , , . . ,..........,-.,,g F-1 if -WM,,,, M,,,,,' ,M .xl A ll? i , is S u X " at Y ., 12 X 2 G TGS UIIS U , D -ill Hall- -215, - blai'clxiUE-S to dm X H783 Port A Oftr THIS. A --.Jw ., 1- .f...-f..w......f.....,...a...:: - W., ,,.,,, Iearmg adopts hab o commands andd nate h1S mind andb tn ely pa1t1c1patIng U e utmost IH teamworl 8' I . U" Illvns, lingua. MILITARY TRAINING Learmng to take the corners Taking the PhYS1C31 dun wnth nfles I? -.1 SEAMANSHUE5 TTZTOYV to tie knots, handle deck gear, yy operate a sound powered telephone, AQ JA stand a watch, steer, take a sounding, fight a fire, and participate in shipboard drills, are just a small portion of the things a recruit must learn to be a bluejacket. Seamanship is one of the most important branches of a re- cruit's training. It is during this phase of his instruction that he learns what life aboard ship is like. The recruit's vocabulary swells with navy nomenclature, terms such as "capstan", "davits'7, "warning", and other words, such as "bridge" take on new meanings. When the re- cruitfinishes his initial training in seamanship, he has an overall and realistic view of the duties of a seaman aboard ships of the U. S. Navy. -.1-'F' 1 H ff- . ,gma- ..,-f--,.,---v"'r-':3,gV7 I if 4 I Q1 241' swf lima? r' l ,fiilfgj Q , - a vent 1 ears to learn to UC ' all these kY10tS- i , A 4 lg U1-H have to stay in for Us 3 Y ky! .fafw,,., If--N X 1 If xf x I- --1 , NJ- r X A xy l 7 Q Liu 119155 what life aboard :abulary Swell Ship s such as HCaS wnh other xvords Psfallnl anings. Xfvhen th e rf. stic Viet , of the 6,03 tif duties . aw. linino' ' O IH Sea mansh c 31909 ust learn 10 cruxts in E ue e the art o master knots bends an t e m hxtches under es o hid CY e at s watc chxei wmth 24 Y SCYV ICC 'S f T H N151-Ji!! ,?,43g ax ti., mm WN rl' T' 1 i akmg a hntch tl mi H CY' Thats my arm fx X! 1 011 IC l s ' L fffj ts- , 'pfiif ft V - u SQUARE V u in It V . N M t DQ. 1 . , AD T fjj , -1 . ' k , 'Y g , d , , .5 - , h E 21 .- H 'ffl LrVf'V,f,Ai' N ' 5'l"i5,j'j'Y l::, SEAMANSHIP ' , il .,.. M. ...wa ......,..m , 1.-.....,,..:.zs ... g-.mn ,...-an ,. Q... gn.- 'Y Q..-H i'....-1,4 K M rv' A S must know about true. CH All seamen . i . Hon of the Compass Live bearings, vauauon and dCV13 J yi a aa ! 0 y4 O :Eg 'V O , 6. ' ' d ound powered Q9 Bank mders on boaxd slup are transmxtte over s Ldephones and xecxuxts must ealn to op A A 1 Q ' I ' A' .X 1 ' erate aod care for them V U N ...A .. ,Hsu hid'-,Vina 1- J .Y-'V' b rin s and rela- ,...-f-.-,---.- - . ik X .711 Q I L "x Q.. ,X L rela- 1111255- Control of damage on board ship is vital in battle. Fire fighting is therefore an im- portant part of recruit train- ing. SEAMANSHIP ecrlllr U18 , ni-' r" klvvf-'T -atc 3 nd Cafe s fo azidlear rg O11 r 6 Q 6 Otbeflnlg b Y Securing equipment after ex tmffuishing the Fire ' ' " ""'L"""""l-'s-V 1:14,-2--4.1-1-1-11.1-f .12-wg-L: - -. ,Z - ' eveACH recruit is introduced to the handling .V of weapons and ammunition and the regu- ' it lations and safety precautions which gov- ern their use. The bluejacket receives individ- ual instruction in marksmanship with the rifle, and also is 'familiarized with the loading and handling of guns of larger caliber used aboard ship against surface and anti-aircraft targets. r 'j--y-- vi'-NN' M WEL' .t This portion of a recruit's training is valuable in the development of a man's appreciation of teamwork and in imbuing him with discipline and confidence, qualities which are necessary to a bluejacket's conduct in general, and to his actions in specific instances such as combat. Therefore, the training of the recruit in ord- nance and gunnery becomes highly important, I I if 'Gb 1- I 4 ,-c"""- 1' I 4 7 1 ,E N., ' ! rg ' X iff Z ,, f ' :GY t,,,,Qx NN T . 1'1,, , C 'mlin 8' pos fl 1.0 IJ. Ne- ..,., . I. agua., Y rifle 'ts learn 10 fire the crul . ' ' ns. lgbm three dillerent positio Iilere they are standing'- y" wr V if . 5 n 5 V1 - q V ft? ne Osltlo ' N' , , . - from the p'fO P ee- i Flfmg b eath and Sflu 'AHold YOUY T endy . eeeeeeeeeeeeeefiele gi r ..--.:.- ., :....g.f-..-A-S.:-....a..,. f..-W ., , . ,, , U img IS valuable apprecrauon of wrth drscrphne are necessary to eral and to hls uch as combat recrurt rn Ord 1gh1y rmportant L C :US Slilon ,ne po nee 1 and sq e Qemw A VICXV of the firmg range ORDNANCE and GUNNERY favprgr SHHC1TV1ChCS that refreshes Chow tlme aL the range The TCCTUIKS are lmed up wanmg Lo get coffee and The Navy pause A X I 5.2 fred XXX Xml J ' QRDNANCE and GUNNERY I n w. X rv ff-I .XHVXE f X N4 W I rf-1' "-K Q K J , ' ,Q ' ' ix 2 Q T ,V -tw . . A - ', ly!" X! N 'jf' If 2 a ' 1 . ,rainy Loading driii OH gi 40 mm. twin AA 5 Loadmg drill on' nch AA loadmg machme 1 stresses teamwork spht b second txmmg and str1ct 0 se1 Vance of safety precau t1ons PHYSICAL TRAINING-FIRST AID-, PERSONAL HYGIENE SHIP-SHAPE sailor is one who is in good physical condition. The recruit at Newport competes in organized athletic events, takes part in calisthenics, and learns to keep himself in top physical condition. Also, under this part of the recruit training program, first aid is taught, personal hygiene is stressed, non-swimmers are trained, and sea survival methods are learned. First aid and personal hygiene are also stressed by the U. S. Navy. A h Q A t 9 , Q., r 1 or 1 1 D 1... f ,,,, If s J 'x ,, 4: W' , ,'.' nf . if , f . 9. , 7' If ' ya li f ii , , Z by ,I . Tift . if A Calisthenics bring recruits to a high standard of physical fitness 1 .W ,. Ling prog-fam me is stressed sea sxmuval and personal If. S. I U a recruus to a phvsical fltness 5,5 PHYSICAL TRAINING F1 M afflhlng F111 to me haw S VCTSIOU of che Om Sw! ffuillng hole ZX gy ,I n X ' , E X g . 1 E X Y E N. ' ' fn III s Ra I ' 'Y-. 'fl v 5 , E " ! v - ir lg IIE I if """""' D I A yyfv I. f, ..',' V n - . W 7 . i 3. . 1 if y , fp Y A I V I I I s 3 , 1' f 1 X If ' .. T-id, 5 , ikxj X I air- ,ET xx-Y ' . Qs 7'IiIX Q I ,F I K , PHYSICAL TRAINING Is W5 X K l XXI 'I 3.1 .. 1 A SCRI-SIITYIYZII methods arc clcxlmolmslrulccl. 'l'hc inslrug- lOl' is plllllllg a pair of lrmlscrs lo unusuzll, but good uso. XVhcu Lhc legs :wc hllwl with air. thc Lrou- wxx will Zlfl :ls 21 lilcbuoy lm' Il lung pcriofl. 'E l .. Q fi ,, . -Q.--'h h .. My :raw-K ., I PHYSICAL TRAINING Ey'gfylxJliy ill! Ever Y S ' a11or must learn t o Swim. Q .W K -4. ,, L 7 ,. 1 -' , 1 .gtlj 7 A '1 I K, r 7 QQ5 "' ' -' ,A i' V .J4,,,'l'h ' 'Y 1 In 1 Q- ,-, ff e - ,,,,s,g1 1 fzfizjiii V H N, ,,,, .x,,,.,,,Q ,,N,,wjh4,iE"a-,J A ,,., u 'n , 'V . 1'I'gf?3.f?:QY255?7qz,fZ'4'ffL11:"'?ff.i' .inf V A 1 " A ' "'1N"f 1214 Jf'l-H3414 'ML v Q 1?-Q ii ' F irst aid 1S taught. Here recru1ts simu- f. late administering artificial respiration. 1 ,A A ,, , f ig, Ai ' - A .ge Y PHYSICAL TRAINING RCCYUIIS learn how to use a Mae West fi I If ,. I fl I,f' IVAI HXX mf igwf 0 5 its 7 J " I The instructor demonstrates. Swimming is over for the day. Back to the barracks and then off to another class. Swllllmmg' ' is om for the da? B23 no Lhe balngsothg Lhen off I0 dass. PHYSICAL TFQAINING To fo stef the CO mpetirive Spirit " PH Yslcm. TRAIMNG mf Fm vs Q, Heave X. OH to the r HCCS . , the Xesson and There s ork E teamw cl oi hm o the rewar ' d mn, a combme wg-oi-war. INSPECTIONS, COMPETITIONS, PARADES IDE in himself, his shipmates, and the l0lhe1-aces' Navy is developed in the recruit as he Q 5 , Ti1i2im"Qll- 0 1 ji the revawsl omblnei c tugolwll learns to meet the exacting requirements of inspections, drills, competitions, and parades. i APY Oud 112125 to Qaffxl ' I f,., f""" O D to the parad C ll! I yt , INSPECTIONS - COMPETITIONS - PARADES - A' Sl INSPECTIONS - COMPETITIONS - PARADES comps drive Drill. H1694 ' ' Z X 1109 sg Dv I I INSPECTIONS - COMPETITIONS -- PARADES Barracks inspection-everything must be shipshape. Rolling clothes in preparation for bag inspection 1-everything INSPECTIONS - COMPETITIONS 1 PARADES 2, , , fy 7 , 'Y 574' 2 iff? i 22 , 1 Mo ming Colors. Z X "WHAT SO PROUDLY WE HAIL" N Vg Q7 ADMUNUSTRATUVE REQUHEQEMENTS TN addition to his other activities, a recruit if is also required to take classification tests, as the results of 'which greatly aid the Navy in deciding the type of duty for which a man is best suited. Other administrative activities include medical and dental examinations, and service week. During service week the recruit Works in the various departments of the station, familiar- izing himself with the personnel and procedure of the departments. The Navy also provides spiritual guidance to recruits of all denomina- tions. HD The most POI-'Uhr m S, Navy - in the U- the paymaster. The Cha I P am - On r - - advise . 611310115 matters S recruits l 'X ' ll, 'i N. flag! lbzq 42 aff rm NV 4. 'XR ,,f - U tial' aid 1011 C s in 1Jersona1 prggilglnander S. Truit works in Lion, familiar. md PT0C6Clure 3150 Provides all denomina. The inside ma hold ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS Y trash but the outside of. these cans must glisten like a silver dollar. Fixx. Scullery maldsl , indie. ' I Ship's cooks preparing that famous Navy chow. ii Q9 Md V7 v 'ADMiNlSTRATlVE REQUIREMENTS i WCCPC Fofe and I- br0OmS rs man You dean n SWCCP dow Crub , b - arfa Ing d dis 123 S pig? 1, 6 for lb ef C170 gr O Q PM C fi 1112613 1 E , 8 dow USP U before ect-jo , 1' X iz, , x,',,-, tx- X, A TYPICAL DAY LTHOUGH each day's activities vary in specific details they do not vary in nature. Reveille begins the day and taps Reveille u '2 I no 2 9 3 e 4 1 6 5 Heave out and lash up! ends it. Shown pictorially is the typical day in the life of a recruit from the time he turns out in the morning to the time he turns in at night. Il 'Z I I0 7 Stand C1 631' bel OW If ' ID 111-ftin fhec, k 46C . S . having the fuzz. gg A TYPICAL DAY Z Lf K4 Q i aff ,sg gg ,Q 5.4 aff! 3 25,1411 H .V , fQ.:: Ei? A 1 'HQ 3, 1 Q Breakfast. f f., , f WO, Heading for breakfast formatlon u 'Z I no 2 9 A 3 a 4 7 6 5 .1 ,, J. f 4, U ff, K ' A' QQ "A 27,1 3 ' 1. Q F f- -.A V ' file ? V9 I is H 4 t .ri rv b. 7 , K fi v W " f',, 'l ' 'L' I H S. 2 - 6 COW fi NX ofvm O . .,,,,, ' . '-' .-,a..f ..,,.f,--:.a:.:-r,--.,....f-..g f.-.V--.Y -. ..- ,. I 7 H I2 l I0 2 2 42 Physical driu. 7 6 5 ' H I2 I , 2 I to II 'Y , , Y 3 no 2 Seamansh1p. Theres 5 4 9 a more than one line in 7 3 4 6 7 6 5 the Navy. I I I I, I I I I II '2 I I0 2 9 3 B 4 7 6 5 I I I I I I, I I I I I I I I z I I I Dinner. TYPICAL DAY 'V' -"' QQ' Fin v 1 A TYPICAL DAY A 'A 'es Mail call. Letters and packages from home. Athletics. n 'Z n I0 2 9 A 3 a 4 7 6 5 H I2 I no 2 9 3 8 4 7 6 5 Fire Fiqh - t-.btlng-..One rammg durmg WOT n'l no 2 9 3 , 8 4 765 S1199 kin Phase of 8 hours, n ' no '--4 I 1 ' Y Ta P. hung Tut Wai ' . our nfa F1 In ' e de sq, rifle dis, USs'gl?'1 You 2 3 H nz , 4 go 2 9 3 3 4 6 5 Ph 8 1386 of Two hand'POfNer Ours' Washing machines keel! Clothes deali- A fr 8 7 ua 'Z 1 no z 6 5 4 ShOQting the breeze and readlng the news. That concentratlon means that sweet thoughts are be- 9 3 ' B 4 1 s . mg conveyed from mascu- u '2 I no 2 9 J a 4 1 6 5 Taps bllnkg Turn in . - O yo glfilngain 356322 Ilghlifi 1' ffk , 3 Our blttle manS Qoodnight U87 day, You VC had 3 line hands to feminine eyes. A TYPICAL DAY W A ee' .P 49- ' 1 -1,7 i A, RECREATION T LTHOUGI-I a few recruits may define recreation as that period of the day lwhen they log bunk time, the vast majority enjoy a wide variety of spare time pleasures. The City of Newport possesses recrea- tional facilities that have been tested and proven by generations of bluejackets on liberty. The Station provides the recruit with a number of . rf . 5. . - -,r -'fs-2.-' .--:1:- -I-Q-vt. 2'--:-.'i'-'Z-fl'-U 1 .g .- .. ,f ...,1, .L-I., 1 , V ,5.,,gR-., ,,,.-. ! V, i f ,f ways to spend his free timeg smokers and dances are held and occasionally top-flight entertainers, bring their shows to the recruits. The navy ex- change, station orchestra, and Navalog, oldest newspaper inthe Navy, are also at the recruit's disposal. And of course, sailors are famous for being able to provide their own entertainmentg there's nothing like batting the breeze. A xr f u f in by N c' i S T ,ood music and ffooj O f Compan 1-was . -. , Y liven up a is barra Cks affe T hours .- . .' . .' '.:.-1--.21-. .-f-or-,an ff-1,4-B-U22 Q ni. fi--.-'Q.sae.x..4-.- - . .......-.... Y .. , I " E 253' T? ik .5 .5 5, 'vig 3 dances tainers avy ex- oldest f:cruit's ous for amentg RECREATION Rclaxxng 111 an old-fashloned way, and reading the Navy oldest newspaper. 5 An impromptu session in the barracks. I1 ' 7"Qf, W ,iffy JVM ifyyxyff ffwffff 4 fy? 1, f Q wwf ., K ,M ,fd 1 f fwf- f Vmiffff X f f ,V , ,f 1' g ,f6gw,f', fwmjg , 1, ff ,f,f,, ,4 f ,' ,ww 4094 2 1:26771 'HAWK ZW? 'VVXW X X X X f,,,, RECREATION wt' Shine 'em up. Getting ready for the first liberty. E' I I 5 rel 11115 IIKC Good ax 3 mall after 21 Za Ilferature to Fd days Ivork DL. Gif 53? xiii? 1 u 2 N 7 ,4 -vn,4 ' , J K - I5 ,,4: xr T41 -Y is lx, . V f IX, f ' if ff! , 'X 1' vi 1 fm - n if N E RECREATION Mailing a gift to the girl friend? Phoning home. The Naval Training Sta tion Orchestra. .. 5 Liberty in Newport. RECREANON Rudy Vallee 5 Newpo rt Gra d.WW L D I xreturns to 12 Livingstone, I presuz his A1 ne. Ina Mat CT. Appreciation. , 1.x I . N Q H Vw h . 7 If xlxpfxi- I . A X EN? "Q" 7 ' 1 J f " -X.. ,X xr 2 X X---L' N -Q 55 f-je . 'ff Ag fi x -X X5 1 f - -Qi-A-erMM'M"sWMMMQ. ff A-'V' . ff-, , AAR Wm, X ff-19 xfo. Q. fr. - , - +1 - fi 7-:::,.1- ,-1:53 Ci.-.SQ Tea 'ffl 'Elie ,H i-'-Qin ' , -gf-. ,,' ,.-,j Yi- '1' X e zgmlfqf' :',.ff"f, ' fe 41 xx if 'iffy M - ,, 1',., , :X .A , 5 ft .F X X ebaug-,-, 5 A X W-A ,V ' i v 1 ' "3f:fLfA, . MN r P' N N JK wx fav 1' - -. , ' 'fl'-t .JH X ef 7 ff' lf ev-, -- Wgzfj we-iff ,N -N Q .,x.,,m . Lf r- Y i Ox ." 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It's the recruit's Helm and his hand is farewell to his chief. During the short period on it. King spoke up-Steady as you go. "'l'hc Color CLuarcl". ng In DEBARKATION It s a proud moment Graduatlon' n'EveS 1 .. A' J!-'V1-1 .1 ' 10. ' . . Q4 57 .345 bk DEBARKATION 1.11-CS ar C pTOud E0 be he Fe. C3IJlH1ll Hederman addresses the graduates and their guests. Honor Graduates -for out- standing performance of duty in recruit training. DEBARKATION oaptam Hed erman congratulates th e Honor Man Aff' S 7 E, Y f'X' 'f 'JL :" " X Y Y --,X , ,' f I . ,Vox . 1' DEBARKATION mx - Of interest to E1 113 the draft list. Leaving, il One last snap. Xot OK m emories in Search YO r new exp erienCeS "---4--' .,..'vg.,g,.A .1 - - '. -,f-Vi ' . -f.:-2 -,:-,,-- .- ., -.A',. 3 .-,-A .- U. i- -.,,-:. -,fm-, -A.. , ......,,,g we - . . -"H -...g, -'.-A --4 ,, ---" ..--.-gr. -.-...:,..-Mag.: "-1-vdap ' X fy, ' ' f I . I if if riff, I ff I X f ff X L A . 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