US Navy Recruit Training Command - Keel Yearbook (Great Lakes, IL)

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It is fitting, then, that this company book is called "The Kee1" -for this book tells the story of recruit training, which actually is the keel of the Bluejacket's life in the Navy. Building the Foundation For a Naval Career , 1 If I 5416718 dm RECRUIT TRAINING UNITED STATES NAVAL TRAINING CENTER GREAT LAKES, ILLINOIS R. ADIVHHAL FRANCIS P. OLD, USN Commandant Ninth Naval District wmv -wm w' 1 rfffai t an D R 'N I ii CAPTAIN JOHN D. KELSEY, USN Commander, USNTC Great Lakes, Illinois 51.-I J J N 'R 2 lug q,..,. ,Vr- KV, .54 ,, t , A , , L i v ' , i N , t I 'f t , nl' 1 1 dl 1 L 4 ! n-.1 J' n-4 1 r. :. From a modest beginning shortly after the turn of the century, U. S. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill., has grown to a capacity of more than 80,000 and become the Navy's largest training es- tablishment. It was in 1904 when a board appointed by Presi. dent Theodore Roosevelt selected two adjoining farms near Lake Bluff, Illinois, as a site for a naval training station. The site was presented as a gift of the people of nearby Chicago, acting thru their lVlerchant's Club. ' L After six years of construction, the Navy had a 172-acre station with a capacity of 1,500 men. It was commissioned Iuly l, 1911 and dedicated asia Station by President William Howard Taft in No- vember of that year. Under conditions of wartime urgency, Great Lakes has undergone two periods of rapid expan- sion. When the Armistice of 1918 concluded the Kaiser war, Great Lakes had been expanded to 1,200 acres and 45,000 men were in training. The Station had trained a quarter-million men for serv- ice in that war. Between wars, the station's activity came to a M EUO'iiE2EE5t'il'5 ZL:iFlsQfliFnr3Qo2s it-g H1 ri Tffwz--kg,-. I 9i!3,i'i5g JTJSTVELQ Qwifsstf Y che! the I . q Cents tum mlhcxty f I' Green "Y s lmgesi' mpre than ummm? es- qPP0inted h Wild hikted Y Pre '. Nu as Q lwo Udioinirill S113 fm' Q naval -.ntmqc ' GS q ' ming lhnl their :ur flezghcllel Igfllyvy had u .SLLA '. H1en.I .nm dedlcuted usti md Tuff 111 No : um-me urgency Q R3 Fl'-013 of gqpid 1 as L918 concluded they T xc been e'P0Ddetl to -I2 ll?-Ln The if-'W 'lic Il men tor serv. 553323 :cavity came to u 1 t r 1.4 ,N i ii. tt 'ptifftltt 'Il ffififw '.ff,'7'E15 1 complete standstill for a time, beginning in 1933. Al- though it was re-opened Iuly 29, 1935, the total popu- lation of Great Lakes was less than one thousand when President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed a national emergency on September 9, 1939. A period oi orderly growth began Iuly 26, 1940 and when the Japanese hit Pearl Harbor, Great Lakes accommodated 14,000 men. America's entry into World War II touched oft a tremendous expansion program which was to add another thousand acres to the Station area and make it big enough to hold 100,000 men under crowded conditions. Ten thousand men were em- ployed in the construction program which by late 1942 had mushroomed Great Lakes to approximately its present size. More than a million men, or a third of the Blue- jackets in the wartime fleet, were trained at Great Lakes during the war, The present name, U. S. Naval Training Cen- ter, Great Lakes, Illinois, came with a change of status on March 28, 1944. Great Lakes became a group command, with four subordinate commands, of which one is the Recruit Training Command. The 9? +1 'rv : '- Mtn 1 izii 'i 45. 'ft others are Administrative and Service School com- mands and the Marine Barracks. Great Lakes was the home of the Navy's only Wave Recruit Training School until late in 1951. . ,....-,... .....Y.r HWY VW Wave training is subsidiary to the larger Recruit Training Command and the Wave recruit receives training similar in many respects to that received by her Bluejacket brothers in another part of the Center. The Navy recruit, regardless of sex, receives basic indoctrination in the skills needed in the service and an overall picture of the Navy, its customs, traditions and history. Physical training, first aid, physical hygiene and related subjects CAMP DEWEY NERVE CENTER EVERYONE SPENDS A FEW DAYS IN CAMP BARRY EACH CAMP HAS ITS OWN RECREATION BUILDING 33, t,,g,:, -. '- ,,. H ur, ,W ,- - x ,.. X I , vga? KEYSSHSYFEW 'Y I.1,vu . VM complement the strictly academic program. The active and healthful environment of training camp life, supported by ample wholesome food, almost invariably is reflected in the improved health of the recruit. Training at the Navy's greatest Training Center goes beyond the level of recruit training, however. The Service School Command embodies six sep- arate trade schools. Two other schools at Great Lakes train Hospi- tal Corpsmen and Dental Technicians. The Marine Barracks is charged with disciplin- ary and security controls, but controls a relatively small training program, as well. Administrative Command, housed in the orig- inaltraining station, is the nerve center. Physical maintenance and overall administration of the en- tire Center are its functions. ms.. xxxxsk CHOW S DOWN ACROSS THE STREET - --t ' "YL" .NNKN F A W.: - 1, ,. .h X mm .. . . .. ., . tt., MXN- U . , . v "A ' -.,,....-.s x-tt ' 1' - -,- -.-:-'-'- .L.:P,i--. ' " .l 253- -eh' Q! I fu 1' -sl'-"3f'l2vl53' " li 'tax '.vx.sft1"T' -..'-.:.1i'f 1'g:--if,-1 .Yxi.,.?l-35. -Qx 'W' .'t""' 'Ya-'pw' ' H fy ,".qx'w.- wt 1 TYPICAL DRILL HALL ENTRANCE TO MOFF1-:T'r , f . . . ." tr-t!3i2"1 .ITP 7--Sf:'QX?'l5l1Ef '- .-. r- t . nk- -""f,'-gen" 1.-. g X .w ...QQ-jf-t..'..i.:., -5--:EL 'ur ti ,Sn nib, .-hxnxzl -I I:'7X1'Llr'f 'JN Ylflil 21" ' THE 'MILITARY DRILL FLAG' A Will be awarded 'the compa- ny winning the Battalion Drill competition each week. J md? Z -'fl I xt THE 'MILITARY DRILL' FLAG Will be awarded the compa- yny winning" the regimental drill competition each -week. l M HE 'BRIGADF FLAG' T A military drill flag award- ed the best drilling -compa- ny in all of Recruit Train- ing. V THE 'ROOSTER FLAG' Will be awarded to the company each week which demonstrates an over all superiority in all phases of recruit training. C0 PETITI E FLAGS THE 'HALL OF FAME' FLAG Which is the symbol of supreme h' l ' l l'1 'l ac ievemen in e recrur training program, is awarded to the company which has won . five rooster flags. Ci? tn Q N 63 A LW 5 45 'Q Z3- gif i A F X Cl it X 5 THE 'C' FLAG ' . THE 'A' FLAG M Will be awarded each week ' A to the company in each regi- ment which accumulates the most points for participation in athletic events. ' f -Will be awarded to a comp- V any each week in the regi- ment which wins the most points for excelling in that area of competition repre- senting the tangible attrib- tutes of good citizenship. XWWZE ' THE 'STAR FLAG' l QQ-I THE 'I' FLAG Will be awarded each week Will be awarded each week for cleanliness of barracks, to the company excelling in personnel and seabags. academic work. 656513 Hffgikiff' EQG'55Fiil.i.fi imiib MQ ezixiwiffm mms? Qagmal 6356552 fElfif9Ili5,1GQjQw im img Wei? wif imwimqf in Gwgmp he QQLWQQSQQQQQGGL lmmiifm, his NQZWQ? r5QQs3Qm: E155 MGH ' ' ' WiffRQ?f5W!?5f0 mfikg? MQ imQimrQTi:gQrg mwwimlI fqu3zG1 GQQQHQH Qmmg QM! Ulm imvQfewQHcQmiwns,, QiQL6lCfZiiLQf1l51115 6Qm135fim.Q,, mmm imwyim mifnioifffadlfyamlcg fm1J,5 KQlwUqmyxnfQ5v ffimei Qimwfczililyy is fwmafw mah fQfa,mfmaie fyg fm? W2 M5153 Gi Um Emma 5 imfinmimgj Qf1io3:a.qw , 4 ., np ,, 5 W f 'warm www 1 f f X K f 4 'S Wigs- Z X 1 in V! nk ,I , 4 ff 1 W 6 x y 40 1, ,M Y"P"'v-as . JI 1 :xx ...vuv-N.-.'. 1 1 Y "'2 , ,1 -. QX 4 4 ei V ,K , S K N ' x r 62' 9 vp PROCESSING IN The change from civilian life to sailor is con- fusing for a while, but soon the recruit feels at home. Clothing is issued and a thorough med- ical and dental examination is given. QW, W, N Z K? WE RE ON OUR WAY TO STENCIL CLOTHES NAMES ON EVERYTHING TRYING ON WHITES GEAR READY FOR STENCILING HOW DO YOU LACE EM UP? Y ' OUR WAY ECE CLOTHES 3' AVHATJON . 5 mkmd STRUCTURAL pARAQgUTF, MEC!-lAN!C Rggggp AM PR E Y Mme 5 .-.Q VE , .W W. f 'I 9 I ocirinutio "- " dw ifdrsayufm imdlddmddfuiddd ddscss il1L'LQ QQQWUSV Mdcs wild? ndibidddesd td we Mad Nady? iiwdidim d dkfddgv Qi Nhwgy adds 5 died ECCEHEJIUQCQQ pdf? KCZUEDGQ Qdmil did amid: iiii1iQBJES50 wdwdll dhiddipllbimd WEE Ummm Miolmadiyi I 1 Eid Mirvi-'EU EQMQKCDQZ did EGiCiE6IiCQ5,1Q ffwqilff fniaxgomy dkfzdsa m Cidbmli Ndwy d3ffp5i:zfQ:nsidiQ,, md did i23? did Lbdenv nad edrdid f imindfgdibi dfmddgj HJQQZQQV dad Hmm, iid ffimdladi Lddmd iid kms Qi 6mii34i!2Q33 im QCQ51 GDVPJYE Qi if . 'ILA' I I' , Q vga V' haf' X ' FREE , f LEM ivan' I MEMCAL CARE FSR YOU 5 YO RECRUITS LEARN ABOUT FREE MEDICAL CARE. 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