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

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INTRODUCTION The keel is the first part of a ship to be constructed. "Laying the keel," a high- light in shipbuilding, is the firstStep in thainsforinin'g'laise'tl'dof plans and a body of ti h L. . ; WwXT$fI Q'Mxmf materials into an 1ntegrated;usefni structurem hkeeLJaJhe bgsxc unit of a ship' s L i V 3;; ,5 5;: rum, ,. hi .:'.ile the 811' ' i Photography and Design by Navy Exchange Photographic Services Center Printed under contract by 1 ' Walsworth Publishing Company, Inc. i Address all inquiries to i ' 1 Navy Exchange - The keel Building I3 I 2 Great Lakes. Illinois 60088 ii A l 5 .2 iv 7 EH 3 g . k5, .,'1A .A W W a M x chinbcxf team with Honor, Courage, Wei Commitment. :3 130m committed to excellence cmd the fair 1 y treatmgntoiau , w , ng W m M , k mv'w w ., av WW g-ivw W MEN W w Wu: w OLD " INSPECTION BARRACKS INTERIOR OF BARRACKS GREAT LAKESJLL. GL-7 FOLDING MARCHING ASH DAY WELCOME ABOARD! The establishment of a Naval Training Station on the Great Lakes was first considered in 1902. Thirty-seven sites were considered with the present location, 40 miles north of Chicago, being favored. The area was selected because nearly half of the Navy recruits were recruited from the Midwest and because Chicago was then, and remains the transportation center of the area. In 1911, Recruit Training Command received its first trainee, Seaman Recruit Joseph W. Gregg. More than 100,000 men trained at Great Lakes during World War 1. Lieutenant Commander John Philip Sousa left his civilian concert band and trained musicians here. Great Lakes was closed down for a few years during the Depression! but sprang to life again in 1935, training nearly one million men during World War II Recruit Training Command, with a staff of 50 officers and more than 900 enlisted men and women conduct a nine week course in basic military orientation for approximately 50,000 recruits annually. Training for new recruits includes fire- fighting and damage control, seamanship and line-handling, physical readiness, military discipline, military drill, survival at sea, and general military training. Since 1911, Recruit Training Command has been preparing young men and t women to be able-bodied sailors. Through the years, significant changes have 1 occurred in the curriculum of the instruction and in the commands facilities, but the 1 mission of Recruit Training Command has remained virtually the same: to transform 1 recruit trainees into enlisted apprentice sailors in support of fleet requirements. 1 RECEIVING. BLDG 1405 DITTY BAG ISSUE SIZE SMALL P DAYS The tmnsition from civilian to Navy lite begins with the arrival at the receiving building. Their first few days the recruits will receive haircuts, uniforms, ditty bags, medical and dental checks, lots of paperwork, and the first look at where they Will live for the next eight weeks. HAIRCUTS IS THIS MY HAIR A NEW STYLE PLEASE THE NAVY HAIRCUT Wu Wm ' A LITTLE OFF THE TOP PLEASE NOT TOO SHORT THE HOUSE RECRUIT LOUNGE OUR NEW HOUSE 5' F" TU Il' - milwl RECRUIT LOCKERS AND BUNKS THE SHIP CLOTHING ISSUE 22 INCHES CHECKING INSEAM AWAITING INSTRUCTIONS g. .1 UNIFORM PICKUP WHAT NEXT? 4...... A HELPING HAND DRESS WHITES IS THIS RIGHT? DRESS BLUES MEDICAL CARE THIS WON'T HURT A BIT i, 3 f DENTAL CARE UP, DOWN UP, DOWN X-RAYS SAY "AHH" CHOW TIME TODAY'S SPECIAL JUST LIKE HOME CHOW HALL ASSISTING A NON-SWINIMER I EADY FOR SWINI W J Jr WATER SURVIVAL TRAIN IN G FINAL INSTRUCTIONS READY FOR THE TOWER LEAP I QA v 4 m t 4 LOOK OUT BELOW ROUNDING THE BOUY TREADING WATER DIVISION COMMANDERS IG Unstructional Guidanca TYING TIES PROPER SALU E G m D L o F PREPARING FOR INSPECTIONS SHOE SHINING STOWING LOCKER FOLDING CLEANING THE HEAD MAKING THE BUNK HELPING YOUR SHIPMATE LMVg mwxy - wyncdm 4Www INSPECTIONS INSPECTIONS m w, , mm SNOW AT GREAT LAKES? WILL IT EVER STOP . Mr v, w , IT'S COLD TRANSPORTATION RTC STYLE ROAD GUARD THE TUNNEL .'.' gags. , .. P. . " HLLRUVU f a n IDII:T::. . UNITS . .5 .. a , menu 3 $2 g 5 i;;9f1F : mm 23 ,, DRESSING OFF POLISHING THE BRASS A HELPING HAND MARCHING SEAMANSHIP TYING BOWLINE KNOT MOORING UP THE SHIP BIRDNESTING LINE . V 1 '"N "max! xi ngK V m Egy rihg-Mm V xxxa x PERMISSION TO COME ABOARD PERMISSION GRANTED USS MARLINES PIKE $EA AND ANCHOR DETAID w . :3 HEAVE AROUND PREPARING LINE FOR UNDERWAY HEAVE LINE T0 PIER HALL OF FAME SCHOLASTIC FLAGS Competition among individual recruits and divisions promotes teamwork attention to detail, and pride in accomplishment. Divisions performing above standards throughout the eight weeks of training are awarded recognition flags in four mission areas. These four areas acre academic achievement, weapons and military drill, compartment readiness, and physical fitness. These flags are carried as a visible symbol of the division's performance. Each flag indicates that recruits individually and as teams met established standards in one or more mission areas events, Any division exceeding the basic requirements in the four mission areas during training is designated CI Battle "E" division ocnd earns the Battle "E" flag in recognition of this outstanding performance A division that excels in every phase of training and earns all flags qualifies for the Chief of Naval Operations Honor Division Recognition and is recognition and is crwaIded the CNO Honor Flag for exemplary achievement. A division Whose achievements go far beyond all expectations is included into the Recruit Training Command Hall of Fame." To attain this designation c1 division must demonstrate consistently superior teamwork, dedication, and pride BATTLE iiE" STAR DRILL ATHLETIC PHYSICAL TRAINING ARE YOU READY DRILL HALL 1400 THREE, FOUR ONE MORE W TWO MORE LAPS ONE MORE LAP RELIGIOUS LIFE f - HW- .Wh-LAh-xi'F-FdWF-"h-aE U - " w ' .fl-h 1hgh4 mka 1 j- RTC CHAPEL Lord, guard and guide the 0 Trinity of 1037 men who fly power. t " e the Through the great spaces om rethren shiel ties w v , of the sky; dancgr's hour; h?gsttthe mighty mm MWBW them traversing .From ,ttgck and tempes ,deep the air twmq 2 9; fire and foe, 4. t s own appointed In darkening hightmin d. Protect them wh oe'er , limits keep; Sunlight fair; t ' h .3 they go. . O hear us when we cry 0 hear us when we lift Thus ever let there rise toThee - our prayer M to Thee Egrtthose in peril on For those in peril in Rig, Glad praise from air and the sea. the air. Mpm and sea. DAMAGE CONTROL AND FIREFIGHTING DONNING THE OBA FIREFIGH ING 1G w; 'm v , y m w " ANW 'NM WW ; - : z . 47 m "' W m; - READY TO GO 2 O C H H w Y D A E I ET'S GO GET IT INSTRUCTION ON HOSE FIRE IN THE HOLE IS THIS MY SIZE? S m M S A G G m N N o D READY FOR THE GAS GUN RANGE AND S.A.M.T. SMALL ARMS IG SMALL ARMS MARKSMANSHIP TRAINER AHVHNG DOWN RANGE FIRING INSTRUCTIONS SIGHTING IN SHIPS WORK TRAINING CLEANING AN D CLEANING SMELLS GOOD ONE MORE BUCKET m E L P E R O M E N O CONFIDENCE COURSE h 41.153 LADDER CLHVIB TIRE RUN TUNNEL CRAWL PULL UPS IFE RING TOSS CAPTAINS CUP RUNNING SIT UPS VOLLEYBALL SEABAG RACE TUG OF WAR HORIZONTAL LADDER FIREMAN CARRY SLIDE TROPHY PRESENTATION BATTLE STATIONS GQ BRIEF REPEL BOARDERS FORRESTAL ESCAPE SCUTTLE LIT OFF. READY TO GO. TYING A BOWLINE REFLASH SET HEAVE AROUN D BOARDING LIFE RAFT HANDS CLEAR KEEP IT LOW HOLD HIM S EA Y A UALTY EVACUATION "THE TUNNEL" THIS WAY SHIPMATE ownkgxclw M, If M R o F T A L P E m .L G W R o o M E H T G m D R A o B SHAFT ALLEY RESCUE HEAVIER THAN WE THOUGHT ROPE MAZE . $$$xxxw -- ' 1, $ xxxw a xkxxxmxv g INJURED SHIPMATE UP INJURED SHIPMATE DOWN :E CAREFUL CONGRATULATIONS RECREATION ., - AND LEISURE TIME LETTERS FROM HOME CORNER POCKET VIDEO GAMES ONE MORE GAME RECRUIT REVIEW RECEPTION WAITING FOR THEIR SAILOR MY FAMILY OUR HAIR IS SHORT MEETING THE DIVISION COMMANDER PRE GRADUATION PARADE e GRADUATION The graduation review is the climax of training for the recruits. Under the leadership of fellow recruits, the graduates display that newly learned abilities in military drill and military bearing in the Navy's traditional pomp and ceremony, not only to the reviewing officials but also to relatives and friends who cue visitors. The special recruit units e the State Flags, the Band, the Drill Team, and the Blue-jacket Choir, composed of and commanded by recruits in training e help to create a vivid and exciting picture that Will last in the recruits memory for the rest of their life. STANDING PROUD V W: Wanna, W V m" :Munluid HMWI TIME ORDERLY PIPING ABOARD HONOR GUARD WW M... .,.......-.:."$ 0R. "my W T L E R D PASSING IN REVIEW REVIEWING OFFICIALS PASSING IN REVIEW STATE FLAGS A NEXT DUTY STATION SERVING ABOARD SHIP ATD AIRMAN" SERVICE SCHOOL "GAS TURBINE" ERVICE SCHOOL "TORPEDOMAN" SERVICE SCHOOL "INTERIOR COMMUNICATIONS" 1k Vk 1k DIVISION 04-1 89 Captain Michael L. Moran, USN Commanding Officer Recruit Training Command Commander J.E. Knapp Jr. Executive Officer Recruit Training Command DIVISION COMMANDER GSMC 6M HUMPHRIES, K.S. DIVISION COMMANDER E01 $cwmm REMM, K.L. DIVISION COMMANDER Imsm LEWIS, S.D. RECRUIT CHIEF PETTY OFFICER ASST. RECRUIT CHIEF PETTY DIVISION YEOMAN MASTER AT ARMS HALL JR. JAMES B. OFFICER HEISTAD MATTHEW J. WAHOSKI VALERIE K. BROOKLYN , MI GRAY DEMICA S. WAUKESHA, WI DECATUR, AL ORANGE PARK, FL STARBOARD WATCH SECTION PORT WATCH SECTION LEADER ADAMS AMY K. ADAMS JR. ARNOLD LEADER FAULKNER DANIELLE L. TARZANA, CA HUEY JEFFREY A. OROFINO, ID SLIPPERY ROCK, PA ADAMS MICHELLE D. ALLARD JOSEPH J. ANDREWS JESSICA A. ARENAS CHERYLLYN P. CHICAGO, IL FLINT , MI ROANOKE, VA BARRIGADA, GU ARROYD DENISE ARTUZ JR FREDDIE ASKEW CLARENCE M. BANKS JOSHUA E. BELLWOOD, IL CHICAGO, IL CHICAGO, IL PORTER , IN BARRON LISA J. BOLZMAN DEREK A. CAMPBELL SCOTT S. CASEY JAMES T. GRAHAM, WA ESSEXVILLE, Ml ONAWAY, Ml LOCKPORT, lL CLINTON KENYATA M. DAILEY FELICIA N. DAVALT JASON M. DOBBS NICHOLAS E. BALTIMORE , MD BIRMINGHAM, AL WYOMING, Ml MILWAUKEE, WI HOLLAND RAYMOND J HOLLAND SANDRA J, JOHNSON BRANDON E. JOHNSON CHRISTOPHER T. FOX LAKE, WI TRAIL, OR ROCKFORD, IL CHICAGO, IL JOHNSON DANA A. KOEHLER WILLIAM H. LAMB DIONNE R, LEE CAMILLIA H. POMPANO BEACH, FL HILO, HI CHICAGO, IL LOUISVILLE, KY LEE LARANDA R. Ll KAREN H. LURKS LEON J. MCCLEAR KAYAN S. MEDFORD, OR SAN FRANCISCO, CA CHICAGO , IL PATERSON, NJ MCCLURE JAHAUARY C. MEZA JOSE E. MINISSALE Ill PHIL J. MONTGOMERY JILLIAN A. CHICAGO, IL WACO, TX ALBANY, NY TULSA, OK MORAN STEPHEN G. MOREARTY MELANY M. NEVINS JOEL M. NGUYEN NGAN K. OBERLIN, OH CLARKSTON, MI KOKOMO, IN OAKLAND, CA OKEEF DOROTHY E. PABAI JR. JONATHAN B. PAQUETTE CHANTAL R. RECHIREI LOLEMEI C. VIRGINIA BEACH, VA DECATUR, GA SAN MATEO, CA ASLITO, SN HOMO RICHARD A. SCUDDER IAN D. ST. HILAIRE CALIX VARGO CHRISTOPHER M MARINE CITY, MI BROOKFIELD , WI MIAMI, FL BRISTOL, IN VILLAMANCA JANELYNN N. WILLIAMS JOSHUA A. WISNER ERIC F. DEDEDO. GU OZAHK, MO CHINA, MI Shipmates Shipmates Mail Call Watch 22 RECm Starboard Side Port Side RECRUIT GRADUATION REVIEW 28 MAY 2004 REVIEWING OFFICER REAR ADMIRAL MICHAEL K. LOOSE COMMANDER, NAVAL FACILITIES ENUENEERING COMMAND CHIEF OF CIVIL ENGINEERS WASHINGTON, DC GRADUATING DIVISIONS DIV Division Commander Division RCPO Division Honor Recruit 189 GSMCtSW11-1UMPR1ES ITMSW; LEWIS 1:01 1.3CW1AW1 REMM 190 1V1MC1SWJTL101 BMI 1SW1CC1NISSEN DTI CAMACHO 191 MMCS1SWJP1PER ABHI 1A1WSW1 BROOKS DCZ SILVA 192 ETC 1SWlAW; BOARDMAN SR HALL SR HEISTAD 4k: SR MULDOON SR STAHN 4n SR LAWHON SR NATION I 9;- SR GREENE SR HUNTER HTI rSWl MCDONALD V ETI ISW1AW1HL7YNH 193 CEC rSCWJ GUILHNO 41- SR HODGES SR CRUZ BUl ISCVH HADDAD l C'E21SCW1RAC1N 19-1 ENC 1SW111MENEZ 4r SR WILLIAMS SR STEPHENSON CEl tSCWp TANNER 927 CTOC 18W; ALLEN SR DOWNS SR HALLMAN .9 DCl tSW1RUSShLL I MMI 1SW1CHARGUALAF 4n 4k: AWARD RECIPIENTS 1k- 9k: SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION I ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD 1x MII'SITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA AWARD SR MARTIN THOMPSON, DIVISION 927 OROVILLE. CALIFORNIA UNITED SERVICES ORGANIZATION SHIPMATE AWARD SR JOSHUA MCCANDLESS, DIVISION 192 MIDLOTHIAN,V1RGINIA MILITARY ORDER OF THE WORLD WARS SR MATTHEW HEISTAD, DIVISION 189 WAUKESHA, WISCONSIN SR ANTHONY HALLOIN, DIVISION 927 GREEN BAY. WISCONSIN NAVY LEAGUE AWARD SR STEVEN HODGES DIVISION 193 TRUXTON, MISSOURI 1 4n 1V1 1:1 11 11 1 11 11 1? 11 11 11 1 MILITARY EXCELLENCE AWARD NAVY CLUB U.S.A. SR ROBERT POLT, DIVISION 194 HONESDALE. PENNSYLVANIA :9:4k:4k k:9k:9 Color Guard Introducing Division Commanders Award Winner Piping Aboard Reviewing Officials Reviewing Officials Graduating Division 1k Vk Vk DIVISION 04-1 90 Captain Michael L. Moran, USN Commanding Officer Recruit Training Command Commander J.E. Knapp Jr. Executive Officer Recruit Training Command DIVISION COMMANDER MMC $WHUGI, F. DIVISION COMMANDER DT1 CAMACHE, S.A. DIVISION COMMANDER Bwsm NISSEN, V.L. RECRUIT CHIEF PETTY OFFICER ASST. RECRUIT CHIEF PETTY DIVISION YEOMAN MULDOON JASON E. OFFICER RUSSELL DARBY L. CHAMBERLAIN, SD ROSS TACCARA R. GRAND JUNCTION, CO BEAUMONT, TX MASTER AT ARMS MEYERS HAILEY M. SPRINGERVILLE, AZ STARBOARD WATCH SECTION PORT WATCH SECTION LEADER ALLEN CHARLES D. ATKINSON RICHARD P. ADER HARMON JOHN D. NINETYSIX, SC MILMONT PARK, PA QUILES AMANDA N. KALISPELL, MT TAMPA, FL BAHR TRACIE D. BAST JESSICA H. BATCHELDER JEDEDIA A. BRINZ RYAN M. RUIDOSO, NM MARISSA, IL MORGANTOWN, PA WINTERPORT, ME BROOKS WILLIAM L. BURTON STEPHEN P. CALLAWAY JESSICA I. CEBALLOS IXAIDA M. WESTMINSTER, MD TAMPA, FL PAYSON, AZ BROOKLYN , NY COOK ADRIAN D. COUCH ADDONNA B. CRANE MICHAEL L. DYSHKANT YURIY O. POINT, TX BLADENBORO, NC DOUGLASS, KS EDISON, NJ ERICKSON REBECCA S. FULCHER MICHAEL A. GARY CHRISTOPHER R. HALL BRANDON A. EAST LANSING, MI WATERVILLE , ME CLYDE , NY BALTIMORE, MD HAMBLEN MICHAEL A. HENDERSHOT MATTHEW R. HENNIGAR ELIZABETH A. HILLS STEPHEN H. MOBELY, MO HEREFORD, TX PHOENIX, AZ DIX, IL KOUYATE FATIMATOU LEIGH HEATHER J. LEWIS ROBYN E. MACDONALD STEPHEN D. NORRISTOWN, PA COLORADO SPRINGS, CO BATTLE CREEK, MI CTR. OSSIPEE, NH MAl THERESA T MARTINEAU CLINTON W. MENDEZ MICHAEL MISNNAS DANIEL J. SAN JOSE, CA MIAMI, FL HOUSTON, TX LAVISTA. NE NARKIS GENEVIEVE T. NEUPANE PERINA OLSON ZACHARY T. PETERSON ANIKA M. BROOKFIELD, IL ATTLEBORO, MA COTTAGE GROVE, WI CAMERON, WI PHILPOTT KAYLA J. POMMELL TARA D. READ ERIN E. RENO NICHOLAS A. OOLITIC, IN COAL GROVE, OH KALISPELL, MT KIMBALL, MI HICKARD BRANDON L. SAITO KIMBERLY M. SAN AGUSTIN SHERYL B. SCHUSTER JASON F. JAPLIN, MO MONTEBELLO, CA HAGAGNA, GU SHELBY TWP, Ml SMITH JAMES R. SMITH LAYTONYA M. SNOWDEN CHAD N. SNYDER SALLY N. DENVER CITY, TX LOS ANGELES, CA LEAGUE CITY, TX FRANKFORT, IL STAHN JOLYNN R. ST. JOHN SARAH E. TRAPPIER CURTIS L. WALSH JOSHUA D. ALBUQUERQUE, NM HERMITAGE, AR GEORGE TOWN, SC CALUMET, MI WANYAMA HESBON M. WEBB JOHN B. WEBSTER DAMON YOUNGS DAWN M. GREENBELT, MD ORLANDO, FL SHREVEPORT, LA GRESHAM , OR Shipmates ' '67 WW$ ' $120 Shipmates u n u n Petty Officers Mail Call Shipmates MW mmwmwr Starboard Side Port Side RECRUIT GRADUATION REVIEW 28 MAY 2004 REVIEWING OFFICER REAR ADMIRAL MICHAEL K. LOOSE COMMANDER, NAVAL FACILITIES ENUENEERING COMMAND CHIEF OF CIVIL ENGINEERS WASHINGTON, DC GRADUATING DIVISIONS DIV Division Commander Division RCPO Division Honor Recruit 1 189 USMC 13W; HUMPIUES SR HALL SR HEISTAD lTJ.1SWJ LEWIS EOI 1SCW1AW1 REMM 190 h'lAlCT1SW1'1'L1Gl SR MULDOON SR STAHN BMl tSVWCC1NISSEN DTI CAMACHO 191 MMCS1SW1P1PER SR LAWHON SR NATION I ABH! 1AW1SW1BROOKS 1x Ix: DCZ SILVA I 192 ETC 1SW1AW1 BUARDMAN SR GREENE SR HUNTER I I HTl 1SW1MCDONALD V ETI 1SWXAW1 HUYNH 193 CEC 1$CWJ GUIL1ANO SR HODGES SR CRUZ I .1 BU! tSCW1HADDAD C1112 1$CW1 RAGIN 1k 194 ENC1SW1JIMENEZ SR WILLIAMS SR STEPHENSON CMI lSCW1 BOWLING CEl ISCWHTANNER I 927 C'R1C15W1ALLEN SR DOWNS SR HALLMAN DC! 15W; RUSShLL I I MMl 1SW1CHARGUALAF 1x 4K- AWARD RECIPIENTS 1x 4x: SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION u ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD MIKITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA AWARD I I SR MARTIN THOMPSON, DIVISION 927 SR ANTHONY HALLOIN. DIVISION 927 OROVILLE, CALIFORNIA GREEN BAY. WISCONSIN W UNITED SERVICES ORGANIZATION SHIPMATE AWARD NAVY LEAGUE AWARD I SR JOSHUA MCCANDLESS, DIVISION 192 SR STEqYlng1ngEISIS 15333310111 193 I l MIDLOTHIAN, VIRGINIA 1 1x MILITARY ORDER OF THE WORLD WARS MILITARY EXCELLENCE AWARD NAVY CLUB USA. I I SR MATTHEW HEISTAD,D1VISION 189 SR ROBERT POLT, DIVISION 194 I WAUKESHA, W'ISCONSIN HONESDALE, PENNSYLVANIA I :1 i i Color Guard Introducing Division Commanders Award Winner Piping Aboard Reviewing Officials Reviewing Officials Graduating Division :21; ..r.........


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