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 first step in transforming assetiof plans and a body of iknt w hhhhhh materials into an Integrated; usefni structurmWJhe ghvic unit of a ship' 8 toe-" n hull, serving as a Human? L Him J ust as . into Y; nished ship, so re- . 4 BlhEiacket. Recruit $same sejise-that the keel laying the key? 4' 1 l , . I st 4:? ' X cruit trainingi: Contributing Photographers Bob Rogers PHI Mike Warner Diana Webster J02 Jessica Pearce Jim David $514.. 4 X i; .441; t. .a mike $N- 3 f. Rg- ' .5; 4. Jka-WMB Mum z.. 2.; 'Mszimar 4 4.1353 n; "J. . 7 1; 3 777 7 ' 77W d$7ffr7l6cracy around the world. , z 13 '. 7 7 1;; ..: 3. I proudly serve my country's Navy 7;: 7 7: 7 7 ,. 7combctt team with honor, courage and 7 : .77 7 7 7 commitment. 5 ' 4711 7 i 7'7 g 7 7 f j: 7 7 :7 . 7 Jgfmmommitted tpe'xdellence and ghe 7' : 7 7 : '7 : fdlfhecxtment chdl." 7 : 7 7 THE , NAVY OF OLD p K i 1 E WAs.H DAY g3; , r" ,n 3 u my care. 1!, m velop them intq smart l y disciplined, ly fit, b$igagl mained Sailors. them, and demonstrate mple, the highest standard ura The establishment oi a Naval Training Station on the Great Lakes was iirst considered in 1902. Thirtywseven 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 oi 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 J ohn Philip Sousa left his civilian concert band and trained musicians here. Great Lakes was closed down for a few years during the Depression, gut sprang to life again in 1935, training neatly one million men during World WaI 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 women to be able-bodied sailors. Through the years, significant Changes have occurred in the curriculum of the instruction and in the commands facilities, but the , mission of Recruit Training Command has remained virtually the same: to transform recruit trainees into enlisted apprentice sailors in support of fleet requirements. P DAYS The transition from civilian to Navy life 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, ru.--o.n-m----. aHHHHHHHHuuuuLu E U S S I G A B Y T T I D lst CONTACT MEETING THE DIVISION COMMANDER T U C R I A H k E U S S I G N I H T O L C Au" IT ! umi M L; 15. rh'hj: $WT T rg' Til ,5 BUNKS AND LOCKERS m a, VMWM A .,.a.mv- L l v ' .m nv'"'" . . . MEDICAL L A T N E D G I S R E D N A M M O C N O I $ V I D COMPARTMENT LIFE INSPECTIONS WATER SURVIVAL TRAINING w. . Imxvm kivx Rx BASE ACTIVITIES s... 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E R I F E V I L CAPTAINE CUP G N I N m T G N I T H G I F E R I F R E B M A H C S A G BATTLE STATIONS HAT CEREMONY VF" : PRESENTATION OF HALL OF FAME FLAG COMPETITION FLAGS Competition among individual recruits and divisions promotes teamwork, attention to detail, and pnde in accomplishment. Divisions performing above standards throughout the eight weeks of training are awarded recognition flags in four mission areas. These four GIGCIS are academic achievement, weapons and military drill, compartment readiness, and physical fitness. These flags cue 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 meets during training is designated a Battle "E" division and eoms the Battle "1-? flag in recognition 01 this outstanding performance. A division that excels in every phase of training and earns c111 flags qualities for the Chief of Naval Operations Honor Division Recognition and is recognition and is awarded the CNO Honor Flag for exemplary achievement. A division whose achievements go far beyond all expectations is inducted into the Recruit Training Command tHall of Fame." To attain this designation a division must demonstrate consistently superior teamwork, dedication, and pride. GRADUATION The graduation review is the climax of training for the recruits. Under the leadership of fellow recruits, the graduates display their 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 tn'ends Who ate visitors. The special recruit units - the State Flags, the Band, the Drill Team, and the Blue-jacket ChotI, composed of and commanded by recruits in training - help to create a vivid and exciting picture that will last in the recruit's memory for the rest of their lite. tggtzmvm :ajmrgw ms . i i i W m R w v v u I u u I FAMILY REUNION RECRUIT RECREATION 6- 'm! In ?H v n w m w W a n DEPARTURE THE N EXT CHALLENGE N m S W D 06-01 7 Captain Michael L. Moran, USN Commanding Officer Recruit Training Command Captain QED Annie B. Andrews Executive Officer Recruit Training Command DIVISION COMMANDER BMQSM SEELEY, T.F. DIVISION COMMANDER csasm MELGAR, L.E. DIVISION COMMANDER 082 SW SHEARD, S.D. RECRUIT CHIEF PE1TY OFFICER FRANCO ALEXIS M. WILLCOX, AZ MASTER AT ARMS REICHARD CONNIE D. LANCASTER, CA BASS ELIZABETH A. REDLANDS, CA ASST. RECRUIT CHIEF PETTY OFFICER MCCANN TOBE G. GAINESVILLE, TX STARBOARD WATCH SECTION LEADER RAIMO MARLEY R. STATESBORO, GA BOSSART NICHOLAS J. WAYNESVILLE, MO DIVISION YEOMAN HOOVER MELISSA L. HAMMOND, LA PORT WATCH SECTION LEADER CASTILE SHANE M. VENANGO, PA BURCH CHRISTINA F. SMITHVILLE, TN MASTER AT ARMS FINK BRIAN R. RUNNEMEDE, NJ ACHESON KYLER J. EL CAJON, CA BURTON-THOMPSON MARY A. LOS ANGELES, CA CRAWFOHDSUHS BONITA J. MONTREAT, NC DAVIS SOPHIA MARGATE, FL FOLDEN BRIANNE N. DEER LODGE, MT CROSLIN MICHAEL A. SEDAN, KS DYKSHOURN GREGORY D. ODESSA, NY FOLDEN HEATHER L. DEER LODGE, MT DANG KHANH N SAN JOSE, CA FILLMORE SHAUN M. GREENFIELD, CA FORREST BRI'I'I'ANI M. ALVIN, TX DANSBY DESTINY T. PHOENIX, AZ FLORES GARY G, NATIONAL CITY, CA FOSTER GENEVIEVE M. WEST PALM BEACH, FL GIFFORD KELSBY B. HEPHZIBAH, GA HASKINS NATHAN A. JOHNSTOWN, PA HETHCOAT HEATHER L. CRYSTAL LAKE, IL GILLIS SARAH A. NAPLES, FL HELBLING TIFFANY M . TUCSON, AZ HOLMES MARCUS S. OSCEOLA, IA HAMILTON JOSEPH M. KALAMAZOO, Ml HENSLEY CORY A. COFFEYVILLE, KS HOWELL LAYLA V. LONGVIEW, TX HANSON JUSTIN T. ANDERSONVILLE, GA HERNANDEZ JOSE M. DALLAS, TX HRUSHKA DANIEL D. APO, AE LONDAK NICKOLAS E. LONGMORE JOSEPH C. LOPEZ JESSICA R. MAYS ASHLEY N. LAKE CITY, MI VIRGINIA BEACH, VA HOUSTON, TX PALMETTO, FL MCMICHAEL ALICIA D. MENDOZA PAUL M. MOLANO CECILIA R. MOSES MEGAN A. STOW, OH SAN DIEGO, CA HOUSTON, TX CANAN, NH NAFF DANIEL A. NAVEDOGARCIA SHEILA M. ONTIVEROS MARIA D. PEARCE SHASTA A. AUSTINVILLE, VA LANCASTER, PA OXNARD, CA RED BANK, TN PETTY LINDSEY N. GODFREY, IL PRADOVILLANO ALICIA MODESTO, CA RODRIGUEZ SANDRA E. BAYTOWN, TX PHILLIPS ALLEN M. GRANDVIEW, MO RAMOS RITA K. CHICAGO, IL SARITH KRISNA C. LAS VEGAS, NY PISER BRANDY N. HESPERIA, CA REYNOLDS LANCE R. POWHATAN, VA SCHUSTER BENJAMIN RADCLIFF, KY POSADA FLORES ANA M. NORTH HILLS, CA RIVERA AREVIR A. COAMO, PR SIMANSKI SONNIE V. SAN DIEGO, CA SPRINGER APRIL M. STARK CHAD A. TIM LANDEE K. WALP MITCHELL J. VIRGINIA BEACH, VA ORE CITY, TX MODESTO, CA CATAWISSA, PA WILLIMAMS CHRISTOPHER L. WILLIAMS LARA L. WILLIAMS MICHAEL R. WISEMAN COLLIN J. ST. PETE, FL BOCA RATON, FL ST. PETERSBURG, FL NORTHPORT, AL WOODALL JASON C. ZACHARY JENNIFER L. ZAMORA JULIA M. PANAMA CITY, FL SOMERS, CT SUSANVILLE, CA ipmates Sh W w W W W W, g; 2 M$ w a i i Shipmates Bunk Inspection Locker Inspection e M S d r a o b r a t S de Port 8 WWW: RECRUIT GRADUATION REVIEW 2 DECEMBER 2005 REVIEWING OFFICER CAPTAIN STEPHEN W. HAMPTON COMMANDING OFFICER USS NORMANDY 1C0 601 GUEST OF HONOR SPECIAL GUEST COMMANDER STEPHAN SMITH COMMANDER GARY L. BAKER COMMANDING OFFICER. VQ3 MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS TINKER AFB, OKLAHOMA CRADUATING DIVISIONS DIV DMs10n Commander Divishm RCPO Division Honor Recruit 009 CSC1SSl TROWERY SR CASTRO SR JOHNSON MUl MILLER AWKAWINAC1 BARNES 010 CECGCWj GUILLANO SR TORREZ SR BAKER ATHAW; V1LLANUEVA MMNSS; MADDEN 011 ITUSWIAVW LESTER SR JOHNSON SR HODGE ABHKAW1ANTIONE FC11SWIAW1PRU1TT 012 L1COSWIAW1 LOWE SR FARR SR HOTAKAINEN ATHAVW BURMESTER ASZOAWISW1 JONES 013 FCCGWIAVU SHRADER SK GATES SR BARNETT AMEI1AW1KORPI BMHSWIAW1 REYNOIJDS 014 ABHCUKWO FOSTER SR ALLEN SR PRESCOTT HMI MCMILLIAN STSKSSj PINK 015 MMC1SS1 HACKER SR HINDS SR HARKNESS BM11SW1 M1LLER ATKAW1 MOON 016 MMC1SWJ WOODS SR PALMER SR WEAVER MMKSWIAW1THOMPSON GSM21SW1 FORBES 017 BMCISW1 SEELEY SR FRANCO SR HOOVER CSZ1SW1 MELGAR OSZOSW1SHEARD 018 AZCUND TRAHAN SR PARKS SR DRUMMANS ITKSW1 MALONE ETNSVW RAKE 019 HC1SW1 SIDES SR DE LA GARZA SR DOWEN YN11SS1 FITZGERALD STGRSVW JEIT 020 BMC1SW1 KUMPF SR JENNING SR COMPANO MAKSWl SHANNON A021AWISW1GOSSMAN 902 ABHC1SW1ARMER SR SMITH SR SMITH YNHSWIAW1 STOCKER HMZ ROSS AWARD RECIPIENTS THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE sons OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA AWARD ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD LEADERSHIP AWARD SR JENILIE HIATT, DIVISION 018 SR MICHAEL SMITH, DIVISION 902 KENTLAND, INDIANA CARMEL, INDIAN A NAVY LEAGUE AWARD UNITED snnvxcgs ORGANIZATION SHIPMATE AWARD SR TYLER ENSIGN, DIVISION 016 SR JERMAINE GILMORE, DIVISION 902 CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO DANVILLE, INDIANA NAVY cum op THE UNITED STATES THE MILITARY ORDER or THE WORLD wms MILITARY EXCELLENCE AWARD AWARD or MERIT SR TOBE MCCANN, DIVISION 017 SR MICHAEL CABRERA, DIVISION 018 GAINESVILLE, TEXAS MIAMI, FLORIDA Color Guard Introducing Division Commanders Piping Aboard Reviewing Officials Reviewing Officials G aduating Division 6 f f a iririr DIVISION 06-018 Captain Michael L. Moran, USN Commanding Officer Recruit Training Command Captain $EU Annie B. Andrews Executive Officer Recruit Training Command NO PHOTO DIVISION COMMANDER AZC AW TRAHAN, J.A. AVAILABLE DIVISION COMMANDER Imsm MALONE, D. DIVISION COMMANDER Emsm RABE, E.F. RECRUIT CHIEF PETI'Y OFFICER ASST. HECRUIT CHIEF PETTY DIVISION YEOMAN MASTER AT ARMS PARKS LERIN OFFICER BRUMMANS JESSICA M. DEANDRADE DANIEL G. NORTH CHARLESTON, SC MCFADDEN JANI Y. GRAND HAVEN, Ml HONOLULU, HI WILLIAMSBURG, VA MASTER AT ARMS STARBOARD WATCH SECTION PORT WATCH SECTION LEADER APARICIO LISA TONES CELINA M. LEADER CABRERA MICHAEL A. NEWINGTON, CT LEMON GROVE, CA HIATT JENILIE S. MIAMI, FL KENTLAND, IN AUGUSTINE THOMAS J. BIONDO JAMIE M. BITSOI CRYSTAL D. BROWER NATHAN J. GENESEO, IL MIDDLEBURG, FL CHINLE, AZ S. MILWAUKEE, WI BROWN JOHN M. LOUISVILLE, KY CARRERA BRYAN J. CLINTON, IN CLEMENS TIA L. CHARLESTOWN, RI BROWN ZOLA A. BRONX, NY CHAVEZ VICTOR J. THOREAU, NM CLEWIS JENNIFER M. DESOTO, TX BUFFINGTON AMANDA K. HOLLYWOOD, FL CHILDRESS JOI P. FLINT, Ml CODRINGTON AIDA R. FARROCKAWAY, NY CARLILE CHASIDY E. DALLAS, TX CHURCHILL CAITLIN C. ALGONAC, MI COMPTON PATRICK D. GASTOMA, NC CRESTA COURTNEY S. DONAHUE NICHOLAS S. DUNCAN NECIA N. DUNCAN PAULA J. MUSKEGON, MI MARLBORO, MA CARBON CLIFF, IL MUSKEGON, Ml FALCONE SALVATORE R. GHERRITY MICHAEL S. GILBERT TRENNICE L. GOODMAN JESSE K. LINDENHURST, NY TYRONE, PA HAWKINSVILLE, GA LEWISBURG, KY HAEHLE KEVIN T. HALL REBECCA A. HALL SHAKIA C. HAMPTON II. ELTON J. LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA GRANGER, IN PHILADELPHIA, PA DESOTO, TX HANKS THOMAS M. HANN CHRISTOPHER J. HARVEY LACHANDA A. HAYWOOD DERRICK L. CENTER HARBOR, NH COUDERSPORT, PA MIAMI, FL MIDLOTHIAN, VA HERNANDEZ VICTORIA A. HOFFMAN MATTHEW W. JARA ROEL A. JOHNSON CARLISSIA A. SAN DIEGO, CA LAS VEGAS, NV EPO, AP JACKSONVILLE, FL KENNEDY JOSEPH A. KING NATASHIA L. LEWIS NATACHA Z. LIEM LORETTA M. ANSONIA, CT CINCINNATI, OH JACKSONVILLE, FL WEST MINSTER, MD MALDONADO JR. ISAIAS MARTIN LINDSAY M. MCCLUSKEY RODNEY L. MCGUIRE DAVID JR. LANCASTER, PA LAKESIDE, CA MIDLAND, TX CHICAGO, IL METCALF JOHN W. MOULTRIE KAHEN MUSSELWHITE CATHERINE J. NAZARENO GLENN G. AUGUSTA, ME MANASSAS, VA CENTE REACH, NY BENICIA, CA ORTIZ JONATHAN J. PALMER ELIZABETH M. PAWLIRZYN COLLEEN V. PERRY JOVONDA N. BRIDGEPORT, CT INDIANAPOLIS, IN KINGS PARK, NY DALLAS, TX POOLE MICHELLE L. RAMBY AMANDA N. RICHARDSON OMAR L. RIVERA SONDRA L, STAVNTON, VA PEAHLAND, TX CLEARWATER, FL CLEVELAND, OH SCHMIESING RYAN J. SIMEON SIMEON SNOPE RYAN A. STEIN JOEL W. ROCKVILLE, MN BROOKLYN, NY COOKEVILLE, TN BROCTON, NY STEVENS DEREK M. STEVENSON DANIEL G TITILE KALEB J. TUITE SHANNON N. DEERFIELD BEACH, FL HARTSVILLE, IN ERWIN, TN BENICIA, CA VASEY DANIELLE R. MIDDLE GROVE, NY WEED ALLYSON KL. MERCED, CA XAVIER JR. FRANCIS M. CHRISTIANSTED, UNVI VILLALOBOS ELIZABETH A. LAMESA, TX WELTON LUCAS A. SIDUS POINT, NY VINYARD MATHEW T. MADISON HILL, TN WINKLER DANIELLE J. OVEONTA, NY WAHL MELLISA J. WAMEGO, KS WRIGHTS RYAN S. CLEARWATER, FL Shipmates Petty Officers Mail Call Watch Shipmates Bunk Inspection Starboard Side Port Side RECRUIT GRADUATION REVIEW 2 DECEMBER 2005 REVIEWING OFFICER CAPTAIN STEPHEN W. HAMPTON COMMANDING OFFICER USS NORMANDY 1C6 601 GUEST OF HONOR SPECIAL GUEST COMMANDER STEPHAN SMITH COMMANDER GARY L. BAKER COMMANDING OFFICER. VQ3 MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS TINKER AFB. OKLAHOMA CRADUATINC DIVISIONS Division Cammnndcr Division RCPO Division Honor Recruit CSCGS; TROWERY SR CASTRO SR JOHNSON MUI MILLER AWMAWINAQ BARNES CEC1SCW1GUIL1ANO SR TORRH SR BAKER ATHAW1VIU.ANUEVA MM11SS1MADDEN ITC1SWIAW1 LESTER SR JOHNSON SR HODGE ABH KAWj ANTIONE FC HSWIAVW PRUlTT LlC1SWlAW1 LOWE SR FARR SR HOTAKAINEN ATKAW1 BURMESTER ASHAWISWl JONES FCC1SWIAW1 SHRADER SR GATES SR BARNETT AMEKAWj KORPI BMHSWIAW1 REYNOLDS ABHC1AW1 FOSTER SR ALLEN SR PRESCOTT HMI MCMILLIAN STSI1SS1 FINK MMC1SS1 HACKER SR HINDS SR HARKNESS BMI1SW1MILLER ATI1AW1 MOON MMCtSW1 WOODS SR PALMER SR WEAVER MM HSWIAW; THOMPSON GSMZtSW1FORBES llMC1SW1SEEIJ3Y SR FRANCO SR HOOVER CSNSVW MELGAR OSZGVN; SHEARD AKRAWJ TRAHAN SR PARKS SR DRUMMANS lTKSW1 MALONE ETHSW1 RARE EFCGVU SIDES SR DE LA GARZA SR DOWEN YNI1SS1 FITZGERALD STGMSW1 JEI'T BMCGVO KUMPF SR JleNG SR COMPANO MAHSVM SHANNON A021AWISW1 GOSSMAN ABHCiSVW ARMER SR SMITH SR SMITH YNHSWIAWj STOCKER HMZ ROSS AWARD RECIPIENTS THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE sons OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION MILITARY OFFICEES ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA AWARD ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD EADERSHIP AWARD SR JENILIE HIA'IT, DIVISION 018 SR MICHAEL SMITH. DIVISION 902 KENTLAND, INDIANA CARMEL, INDIAN A NAVY LEAGUE AWARD UNITED SERVICE ORGANIZATION SHIPMATE AWARD SR TYLER ENSIGN, DIVISION 016 SR JERMAINE GILMORE, DIVISION 902 CASTLE ROCK, COLORADO DANVILLE, INDIANA NAVY CLUB OF THE UNITED STATES THE MILITARY ORDER OF THE WORLD WARS MILITARY EXCELLENCE AWARD AWARD OF MERIT SR TOBE MCCANN, DIVISION 017 SR MICHAEL CABRERA, DIVISION 018 GAINESVILLE, TEXAS MIAMI, FLORIDA Color Guard Piping Aboard Reviewing Officials Reviewing Officials Graduating Division $32. 3w... 1.... .. . wgkbwwauwgwxifwms35r52 ruin. , Us...


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