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

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INTHUHUCTIUN 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 aseteof plans and a body of 1 f mm?! r. to the flnished ship. this skin the Navy will sagipofi, them mxgh t: ; Contributing Photographers Bob Rogers PHI Mike Warner Diana Webster J02 Jessica Pearce Jim David iEILLVKJFankk' wk v .1 nam'vv 135a? figs; It rh'i; 332.1221; $.11; n; Jtmn .- - J51!- -. p Jig '151113 .4 A i dem6cracy around the world. M I proddly serve my country's Navy 1 1 comm team with honor, courage and m. 1 commutment. 1 1 1 A fagfkgommitted tpexciellence and the 1: '1 , fdjf 'txecgtrnent of all." NAVY OF , , OLD gm. , , ' , 4 Mt 1' W 3, 8a.. .. .4. These recruits : f : 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 11 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, um'forms. ditty bags, medical and dental checks, lots of paperwork, and the first look at where they will live for the next eight weeks. l .uoooo-ou-oo..oo.. '7?75WJHHLJHHHHHHHHHL+H DITTY BAG ISSUE g. . "-9: mmw mm . w lst CONTACT MEETIN G THE DIVISION COMMANDER lst HAIRCUT u l W 51' $?a- CLOTHING ISSUE S E I T I V I T C A P I H S :'r. . - . ,-;' NSTITUT'nu d ssco 1 w I L A C I D E M L A T N E D DIVISION COMMANDERS IG ,; rm". COMPARTMENT LIFE WM w W W INSPECTION S WATER SURVIVAL TRAINING BASE ACTIVITIES SEAMANSHIP LIN E HAN DLIN G MARLINESPIKE .,,,,lw ir121; y m x V $1.5. ;. 5E? :55. , '25.,ng 555.5,," J, l .a.,.,.....:,.....,..e. ,2 a $555 r557 . 55:: :51... .4253?- PHYSICAL TRAINING RELIGIOUS LIFE J GUN RANGE S A-M T L A :31...th 1.1!!! xxxxxzx x XxM awwwwwxrk xm, E R I F E V I L CAPTAINE CUP FIRE FIGHTING TRAINING GAS CHAMBER BATTLE STATIONS . i; 1.5.. . L. Heh a. 3 in 1: .. ... HAT CEREMONY PRESENTATION OF HALL OF FAME FLAG COMPETITION FLAGS Competition among individual recruits and divisions promotes teamwork, attention to detcu'l, and pnde in accomplishment Divisions perfoxming above stomdcxrds throughout the eight weeks of training cue awarded recogmtion flags in four mission areas. These four areas cue academic achievement, weapons and militcn'y drill, compartment readiness, and physical fitness. These flags are carried as 0 visible symbol of the division's performance. Each flag indicates that recruits individually and as teams met established standcuds in one or more mission areas events. Any division exceeding the basic requirements in the four mission CLIGOS during training is designated a Battle 13" division and earns the Battle tE" flag in recognition of 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 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 - help to create a vivid omd exciting picture that will last in the recruits memory for the rest of their life. WM FAMILY REUNION RECRUIT RECREATION .r ,v ,, mm Lw - DEPARTURE THE N EXT CHALLENGE N tuu $2.. V +nm NC NI M ' x -095 06 Captain Michael L. Moran, USN Commanding Officer Recruit Training Command Captain SEQ Annie B. Andrews Executive Officer Recruit Training Command DIVISION COMMANDER YNqsm THOMPSON DIVISION COMMANDER STSHSS DELZOTI'I DIVISION COMMANDER CSZ$WMW SIDDEEOSINGLETON RECRUIT CHIEF PETTY OFFICER ASST. RECRUIT CHIEF PETTY DIVISION YEOMAN MASTER AT ARMS BOGGS, JOSEPH G. OFFICER ARNOLD, CAMILLA C. SHEEHAW, BRANDON C. BRANDYVILLE, WV WALTHER, MARIE E. CHESAPEAKE, VA NEW PROVIDENCE, PA SAN ANTONIO, TX MASTER AT ARMS STARBOARD WATCH SECTION PORT WATCH SECTION LEADER ARGRO, JASMINE L. BOUTTRY, ERICA M. LEADER OLLILA, MATH P. BROOKLYN, NY COLUMBIA, SC WILSON, MISHA L. PORTLAND, OR BEDFORD, IN AVLNER, ERIN E. BALMER, RYAN z. BAXTER, BRITTANY s. BEDDINGFIELD, MISTY K. BLACKFOOT, ID NEW IBERIA, LA SYLVANIA, GA OMAHA, TX BENEDICTOS, NESS P, MEMPHIS, TN BRADLEY, GARY L. HENDERSON, NV CHECKAL, RODNEY J. RAVENNA, OH BETANCOURT, SARAH E WILLIS, TX BURNETT, JOHN A. CHULA VISTA, CA CIRINO, TERESA BROOKLYN, NY BORGARD, MARCUS A. GRANTS PASS, OR CACHERO, CHRIS E. MENIFEE, CA COLEMAN, GAVIN J. POWAY, CA BRADFORD, BRYCE A. BLACKFOOT, ID CALDWELL, GEORGE M. LAKEBAY, WA DAVIS, DEVON M. GRAY, ME DAVIS, KIMBERLY N. DEPOMPEO, PATRICIA A. ESTEBAN, CHARISSA ANN G. FAYE, MARA L. NEWARK, NJ CLIFTON HEIGHTS, PA SAN DIEGO, CA DOTHAN, AL FLORA, JASMINE P. FLORES, ASTREA A. FLOWERS, ADAM J. GUICE, KINIA I. FAIRBORN, OH KINGSVILLE, TX PACE, FL DETROIT, MI HARRIS, DONALD F. HARTER, TAMARA A. HAYNES, JOHN A. HEFFELFINGER, ALEXANDER G. HAVANA, FL FREMONT, NE PENSACOLA, FL SPOKANE, WA LEE, KRYSTAL N. LOCKLEAR, JUSTIN L. MARINO, JESSICA A. MATIAS, DEDIK N. CHESAPEAKE. VA PEMBROKE, NC CHAMA, NM BRONX, NY , MCDONALD, ANDREW K. MCCARTHY, SHAWN C. MCJUNKIN, JAMES B. MCKAUGHAN, TROY W. HENDERSON, NV RAMONA, CA LAS VEGAS, NV ANTLERS, OK MORGAN, ELEZIBETH A. MUISE, STEVEN M. OBERT, AMANDA L. OBRYANT, LAWRENCE E. EDGEWOOD, NM GLOUCESTER, MA HAMPTON, VA IRVINGTON, AL f OSBORNE, ALLEN J. OWENS, BJ PATEL, PRANALI M. PERRY, DAVID L. LIBBY, MT CULLMAN, AL ROME, GA TUCSON, AZ PETERSON, JARIN M. PUTZ, ERIKA R. RODRIGUEZ-G, RUBEN ROWLEY, ALISIA M. KALAMA, WA SAUK CITY, WI BAKERSFIELD, CA AUSTIN, TX SIEGFRlED, MICHAEL A. SLEEPER lll., MICHAEL J. SMITH, STEVEN A. SOMPPI, NiCHOLAS D. ELLIOTTSBURG, PA SELKIRK, NY MERCED, CA WARREN, OR Mail Call Watch Shipmates Locker Inspection Bunk Inspection Port Side RECRUIT GRADUATION REVIEW 10 March 2006 REVIEWING OFFICER CAPTAIN MICHAEL H. ANDERSON COMMANDING OFFICER NAVAL HOSPITAL GREAT LAKES I GUEST OF HONOR SPECIAL GUEST MR. JAMES 5.0501101; LIEUTENANT SHELBY R. 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A NAVY LEAGUE AWARD UNITED SERVICES ORGANIZATION SHIPMATE AWARD SR ROBERT DELCONTE, DIVISION 093 SR SHANNON COLE, DIVISION 099 JACKSON, NEW JERSEY SANDOWN, NEW HAMPSHIRE NAVY CLUB OF THE UNITED STATES TEE MILITARY ORDER OF THE WORLD WARS WTARY EXCELLENCE AWARD AWARD 0F MERIT SR BRIAN MYERS, DIVISION 916 SR JENNIFER MACDONALD, DIVISION 096 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS ROCHESTER, NEW YORK Color Guard Introducing Division Commanders Award Winner $9122.? gWV , ,, 1 B .m .m an O 9 .m w .m v e R t. Is Icia Piping Aboard Reviewing Off IVISIOH G duatinlg D N6 D9 Snw W6 I0 D "aw. nvaw aw. 36V n wwwmgx am. v .3 Qw? ,;. Q fhlv Z3... HI Mil; . . , II I! W- Captain Michael L. Moran, USN Commanding Officer Recruit Training Command Captain 6EU Annie B. Andrews Executive Officer Recruit Training Command DIVISION COMMANDER D81 GOLSTON DIVISION COMMANDER 8K1 MORAN DIVISION COMMANDER PS1 SOOKRAM RECRUIT CHIEF PETTY OFFICER ASST. RECRUIT CHIEF PETTY MASTER AT ARMS MASTER AT ARMS BIXBY, JEREMY S. OFFICER DAUGHTRY, DAVID J. MACDONALD, JENNIFER L. ROSEVILLE, CA WILLIAMS, MEGAN M. BORON, CA HENRIETTA, NY HERNDON, VA DIVISION YEOMAN STARBOARD WATCH SECTION PORT WATCH SECTION LEADER ASTORGA, ALBERT DANIEL, TRISTA M. LEADER LEY, CHELSEE D. MAYWOOD, CA HOUSTON, TX RANDALL, CARL M. RATON, NM DEPTFORD, NJ AVITIA, MAYRA E. BAHEM, ADAM N. BAHRETTO, SHERALYN L. BLODGETT, JENNIFER L SAN DIEGO, CA HOMEDALE, ID MILPITAS, CA MCMINNVILLE, OR BOGEHT, STEPHANIE D BREWER, JOSHUA M. BROWN , JESSICA N BUCKNER, KEN L. N. LAS VEGAS, NV COPPERAS COVE, TX LAS VEGAS, NE YUMA, AZ BURKS, STEVEN J. BYRD, DARNELL D. CALZADA, JOSE A. CAMPBELL, CODY C. SPOKANE, WA ALBANY, GA SAN PEDRO, CA ARCATA, CA CAPPATT, JEFFREY J. CARSON, SARAH M. CHEEK, RICHARD E. CHU, KANG S. CRANBERRY TWP., PA LONGVIEW, WA VENTRESS, CA CORONA, CA CHUNN, KELLY M. CIULLA, NICOLE G. CLARKSON, DWIGHT J. COWAN, CLAIRE E. PORT ORCHARD, WA WINCHENDON, MA INWOOD, NY KETTLERSVILLE, OH DAL PORTO, MICHAEL L. DESHIELDS, BRANDESE D. DUNMAN, CORY C. FERRILL, PATRICK H. MARYSVILLE, CA SEAFORD, DE OXNARD, CA GRANITE BAY, CA FITCHETT, CHRISTINA J. FOREMAN, VANESSA s. FOSTER, DARRYL L. GASPAR, GENER G. PHILADELPHIA, PA PENSACOLA, FL LANCASTER, CA PACIFICA, CA GRANT, LESLIE A MONROEVILLE, OH HASSAN, MD Z. WOODSIDE, NY LARKIN, STEVEN D. COHOES, NY GUEVARA, ISAC M, EL PASO, TX HERNANDEZ, NORMA E. EDINBURG, TX LEITER, DANIEL G. SPOKANE, WA HAM, SIMEON S. PINOLE, CA JOHNSON, DANIEL P. CITRA, FL MANNING, KIMBERLY N. DECATUR, GA HARRIS, RONALD C. LAWNDALE, CA KANAKIS, CHRISTINE A. PITTSBURGH, PA MASANGKAY, REYNAUD C. INGLEWOOD, CA MCMASTER, CHRISTINA N MEEKS, JULlE D. MILLER, JENNIFER A. MUIR, JUUA R. GRANTSPASS, OR REYNOLDSBURG, OH LA MARQUE, TX BILLINGS, MT MUNCY, ANNA M. NAWABI, SHEILA A. OLMEDO, EDVARDO OHIEL, ELIOT G. SOUTHAMPTON, PA MANASSAS PARK, VA PALMDALE, CA . PALMDALE, CA PHILLIPS, THERESA L. PYLAND, SAMANTHA L. RAMACHER, MELISSA A. RIVERA, RACHAEL V. PITTSFIELD, IL DUNCANVILLE, TX LOOMIS, CA CHULA VISTA, CA WHITSON. TOMMY B. WOLCOTT, DANIEL S. WOODFINE, LATOYA N. WOODWASKI, RANDALL J MONTEREY PARK, CA YAKIMA, WA JAMAICA, NY SILVERDALE, WA Shipmates Mail Call , , , , Watch Shipmates Bunk Inspection Locker Inspection Starboard Side Port Side RECRUIT GRADUATION REVIEW 10 March 2006 REVIEWING OFFICER CAPTAIN MICHAEL H. ANDERSON COMMANDING OFFICER NAVAL HOSPITAL GREAT LAKES GUEST OF HONOR SPECIAL GUEST MR. JAMES s. GEORGE LIEUTENANT SHELBY R. SEELINGER FOX SPORTS CHAPLAIN, RECRUIT TRAINING COMMAND G RADUATI NC. 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