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We wish to look beyond the Corps' toy sol- dierfmartinet facade, focusing in- stead on the diverse individual per- sonalities Which make the Corps so unique. DUTY HONOR, COUN- TRY underscores not only our com- mitment to the nation, but our undying dedication to each other. Thus, this book is dedicated to The Corps, the Corps, and the Corps. 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Strict adherence to professional, ethical, and moral codes is essential if American military forces are to be ef- fective servants ofthe nation. "Mine honor and my life are one, take mine honor and my life is done." -Shakespeare "Men may be inexact or even untruth- ful, in ordinary matters, and suffer as a consequence only the disesteem of their associates, or even the inconvenience of unfavorable litigation, but the inexact or untruthful soldier trifles With the lives of his fellowmen, and the honor of his government, and it is, therefore, no matter of idle pride but rather of stern disciplinary necessity that makes West Point require of her students a charac- ter of trustworthiness which knows no evasions. In the final analysis of the West Point product, character is the most precious component."-Newton D. Baker, Secretary of War JO PHILLIPS 1 I 5 ! R On Reception Day We all pledge "to support the Constitution ofthe United States and bear true allegiance to the National Government." Without fail, the Corps will always produce this nations military leaders. If history repeats itself as it is prone to do We will someday lead America's sons and daughters into War. We will defend our flag, our people, our country. The nation has the right to expect the highest standards of personal and official conduct from USMA gradu- ates as professional officers. Even more important, our soldiers have that right. We will serve. It is our duty. "And through all this welter of change and development your mission re- mains fixed, determined, inviolable. It is to win our Wars...for a century and a half you have defended, guarded, and protected the N ation's hallowed traditions of liberty and free- dom, of right and justice." -General Douglas MacArthur, May 12, 1962 "If you leave here with love of country engraved on your heart, you will be a 21st century leader Worthy of the great privilege of leading the sons and daughters of America."-General Norman Schvvarzkopf, May 15, 1991. 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VVho can forget the smell of the Boxing Ring..., or the feeling standing at the top of the 10 meter tower facing the leap of faith..., or the annual torture of the IOCT..., or the thrill of an Intramural Champion- ship..., or, above all else, a victory over Navy? Competitive by nature, cadets live for the excitement of vic- tory and learn, inevitably, the per- sonal agony of defeat while at USMA. Learning both is extremely impor- tant, fueling our desire to serve with distinction and to WIN if called upon by our country to do so. "For here We train the men and Women Whose duty it is to defend the Repub- lic -- the men and women Whose pro- fession is Watchfulness -- Whose skill is vigilance -- whose calling is to guard the peace, but if need be, to fight and WIN.,, -President Ronald Reagan, October 28, 1987. DAVID ABRAHAMS S Q 4 . ':w.fqgwxm,, . .r -.,,f.p.--.-4--::1:i:g::z-naws-.. 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Through- out the long years of the Cold War, our men and women in uniform embodied America's commitment to freedom. During your past four years at West Point alone, the United States has answered calls for help from places as far-flung as Panama and the Persian Gulf. As you take your places in the Long Gray Line, you show that tomorrow's Army will continue to meet the challenges of a changing world by promoting peace and progress through strength and security. With your graduation from this great institu- tion, you inherit a legacy of professionalism, patriotism, and honor. By achieving the highest standards of military training, you have proved that you are ready to meet America's changing defense needs, both at home and abroad. I salute each member of the class of '92 and send best wishes for your continuing success. God bless you. 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Sullivan : ,,' -afE,1f , 'N .zswm Ai? ,N f A -un , I fr A :I,1- 51 A . - .. in ki ir" ,gf 1 ills? :sf ' .1 NN' . wi. ff .E ,ff AHIT ',, gf?" gg' .Ri 'gms' III' oFFlcE or THE SUPERINTENDENT UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY wEsT Polm, New vomc 10996-5000 TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1992 Congratulations to you on your graduation from the United States Military Academy. You can take great pride in this accomplishment and can be confident that you are well prepared for the many challenges that lie ahead. Your West Point education and training have developed you into Leaders of Character for a career of service to the Army and the Nation. Along with all of us in the Long Gray Line, I hope you will reflect often upon your Alma Mater and on its cherished concepts of devotion to duty, unblemished honor, and service to country. You should draw strength from these concepts wherever life may lead you: they will serve you well. As USMA graduates, you now accept the obligation to give the best of yourself and your talents to those whom you serve. I know you will meet that challenge. HGWARD D. GRAVES Lieutenant General, USA Superintendent V Iv .IIIII-, 12 --I imH w EHEQE II S a egis. I xiii rwIQ I lP'J?""i1 I :agree + in .... ,W E EQEQEQ If is .--..--..-..--.,.-,.-,...., I...Ig::1I.,fX .-:aa::H.I.: EEEQE I '.:-:-:..",I':.::?.Izq:::- 11 I ..., I .... I EQQQ Ii? Q.. .I EEQ3 w ..., -ar Is III: WI rg. ...Ima U ----- ' E X H aaaiig' .WA Qgsirwarr ragga MEEEEEEEI I z H I:aawIAA?awl:fA a're5SfS SE MEEA I SEE? -.--I I iix . Ifi gf If ifraia ' . EW "'fn-I-IIT 'www M 't1::'L3?5-- ----- W w """' """"""" i N-fmmhfw ' VWWZEW mr.-':'.:I WMI I 7 ' fm f as 5 E EZ iggiiimw N I mm mi 5 X :T 3 I.,.W..,l ..., I, , 5 I E 2 E 3 I if H55 ggi mi I T 'J' ,IE W MM- """""" WM nw? 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Many of you have stepped forward and provided leadership to the Corps, and others have done as well in different capacities in the companies, on the athletic fields, on parade, and in a thousand other circumstances. You have made a difference, and you will be so remembered. There are challenges and opportunities ahead, and now you must apply your talent and virtue to the fulfillment of your charter to be a leader of character. Good luck to each of you and never forget who you are and what you represent. The Brave and Few, '92, FNTXX X fmmg? to umm cl David A. Bramlett Brigadier General, U.S. Army Commandant of Cadets 1 28 XX 3k 2 s . :.EEEf" ' i'ff"f fi'ffi5: if .231 -g..: :,,Q,,f,:. :.':. ..-?:---Ad.: -f 7 : ,..,..V5 1 :,:':., .,,., , , X, Q I Dean of the Academic Board United States Military Academy West Point, New York 10996-5000 TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1992 Congratulations on your graduation from the United States Military Academy. Be proud of this accomplishment and recognize that it will provide you a direction to follow in the years ahead. Education has been and will remain a major part of your life. You have been blessed with a quality experience that has opened to you the vistas of technology and human understanding, has taught you to be creative, and has provided you with moral awareness. As you move successfully through your lifetime of service to the nation, always remember the foundations upon which this service rests and your commitment to the concepts of Duty, Honor and County. I wish you good fortune and Godspeed. 9-We -3 :gf - :M '71 is W .. ..,.. . Z ,QE - I '51-rt 72131524 'tiff' J at bg, ., 14,1 ,... as . . ' ,Ea : 1 .'. ,.:..,. .,.. l -5 - at Sincere ly I 5 ,21 33 -' rjg f z re Q 2: -II '?ii33" " ps. i z Q15 it w ,M tidbit, 1 fi ' M :- :- 595- "i it ggi? 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Wm ,Hi MW ...WM .. ,. , , ,.,.. 2 1 5 - 5 , 5 E S 3 E V E S 2 5 sl ,S s ,Sf fl SZ QQ-as 1 au. w OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY WEST POINT, NEW YORK 10996-9988 DEAR MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1992: Congratulations on your achievements during the past years. You have excelled individually and collectively in your many areas of interest and in your leadership of the Corps of Cadets. I especially want to commend you for your participation in or support of the intercollegiate athletic program. While you have been cadets, the ARMY teams have been highly successful "on the fields of friendly strife," and my wish is that you have many more successes "on other fields on other days." BEAT NAVY! 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'f ..t::::: "" s fiwm wnmmz Wer' " 'e f 1 - '5 2, rfb' H 1 aaa-mf, '-2-- ft fa ef: f Eff I i lgig 'ir3ZMm m,,m:i1W--af 'V ...rs .J uli " 5 L g, 53, I ig , 325 23 i ss? :- , Q v ..,,.,.,..,. .rr """ , ....,., ,. M M """' K' V "M" -WW -MMM--f--Mmm A -.,. . .-.. Mr- , , r n ll - . . X - . I X ' u , I X x .- -fiiii iii,f3?'gvqz4:4Q,,vifgym?g:ugggLgWqgggggggggfgwgggggQ2gs2es3?1442f5zsiss4?fsie?:iE+li'iii h::: ,v'v, 21114 .,V,,A X I ,ini i X I S X 1 X N 4-1 1 S I ,p-if I 1 S Z X I I X f X z I X S I 1 I Z perintendant's Staff. Front Row: COL Patrick er, COL Edward Counts, COL Thomas Joiner, ichael Allen, LTG Howard D. Graves, COL H. St ammond, COL Livio F. Pardi, COL Anthony Wa Col Richard M. Ely. Second Row: Mrs. Jean Turne C Steven Hoffman, MAJ Bruce Batten, Mr. Steve A , Rev, Richard P. Camp, Jr., COL Larry Donnitho s. Patty Wing. Back Row: CPT Mark Decoteau, ichael J. Barron, LTC Stephen R. Furr, MAJ L. Schnepf. Commandanfs Staff. Front Row: MAJ Patric Staffieri, MAJ Rodney Roeber, MAJ John F. Scott, BG David A. Bramlett, COL James Hayes, LTC William Pokorny, MAJ Edwin Messinger. Second Row: Mr. Peter Pecoraro, SFC Roland T. Dawson, MSG Stephen Lewis, SGM Roger Mitchell, SFC Gary Morgan, SFC Colin K. Grant, Jr. Third Row: Ms. Maryann E. Boonstra, CPT Maitland Browning, SFC William Smith, CPT John P Westbrook, SSG Elizabeth L. Hardgrove, CPT Janett Richardson, CPT Edwin Aceveo. Fourth Row, Mr. Ronald Fine, Ms. Anita Howington, Ms. Kristen L. Gerentine, Mrs. Patricia Dursi, Ms. Eileen M. O'Donnell, Mrs. Diane Vonasaek, Mrs. Claire Kaluczky. Row Five: Rosemary P. Stabler, Mrs. Suzanne S. Lewis, Ms. Kimmeri DiGivanni, Ms. Judy Oswald, Ms. Deidre L. Cocchia. Back Row: Ms. Barabara Barrett, Ms. Kathleen T. Slattery, Mrs. Diane Luhlin, Mr. Elsworth B. Banks, Mr. James Stevens. BOOM! AHHHHH! The Comm leads the Corps in a rocket at a football game. 34 V we kzwiU51'l'zJ5Yf'1:9 Dean's Staff. Front Row-: Mrs. Gloria Waddell, M Janice Williamson, Ms. Carol Maslowski. SecondR CPT Belinda Buckman, MAJ Michael Buchner, Michael Fisher, COL Leon Thompson, BG d Galllway, Jr., COL edward Tezak, COL es McEliece, LTC Peter Correa, CPT Diane glia. Back Row: CPT Charles Phillips, CPT Dani sdale, CPT Daniel Guilmette, CPT Mark Nipp T Gary Griggs, CPT John Tidd. ce of the Director of Intercollegiate Athlet- . Front Row: Mr. Lou Federico., Mr. Bill Schutsky, r. Bob Thompson, Mr. Chris Perry, Second Row: Mr. Bob Kinney, Mr. Ed Rose, Mrs. Jana Clark, COL lshmon Burks, COL Al Vanderbush CRD, Ms. Toni Lastowski, Mrs. Annie Ruscelli, Ms. Carol Bush. Back Row: MAJ David Odegard, Mr. Ben Russell, Mr. Gene Uchacz, CPT Sally Hall, Mr. Vincent Cazzetta, Mr. Jim Flowers. A KNIGHT T0 REMEMBER. IU Basket- ball coach Bobby Knight stands with current Army players Dave Ardayflo and David Lowe at a dinner saluting his years as Army's basketball coach. Sta! Q Faculty 35 vANAs HAT TRICKS. Officers who par- TWO WORLDS STAND TO- ticipated in the Ring Weekend festivi- GETHER. LTG Graves reviews a ties displayed their hats dress right parade with the South Korean Presi- dress and covered down. dent. , STEXF5 Academic Board. First Row: COL Peter L. Strornberg, COL James L. Ander- son, BG Daivd A. Bramlett, LTG Howard D. Graves, BG Gerald E. Galloway, COL Edward J .F. Thomas, COL Pierce A. Rushton, Jr. Back Row: COL John H. Grubbs, COL Daniel M. Litynski, COL David C. Allbee, COL John G. Campbell, COL Dennis R. Hunt, COL James R. Golden, COL Frank R. Giordano, COL Robert A. Doughty, COL James L. Kays. 36 Garrison Staff. Front Row: COL Massey, LTG Graves, CSM Tuemler. Second Row: Mr. Heller, LTC Bruner, LTC Annin, COL Ely, MAJ Sahagian, SFC Brown, Mr. Ciabotti. Third Row: LTC Ireland, Chaplain Dugan CMAJD, COL Cawley, COL Krantz, Mr. Cruz, LTC Lindsey, COL Pardi. M167 THE ANSWER IS INTU- ITIVELY OBVIOUS. BSSLL 'THE ONLY WOMAN FOR majors studybehaviorproblemsusing US." Jamie Efaw and Dave Pelkey a computer. show off their 500th Night date. f COL John M. Wattendorf, Behavloral Sciences and Leadership Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership. Front Row: MAJ B. Scott, MAJ S. Preczewski, LTC J. McNally, COL G. Forsythe, COL J. Wattendort, LTC W. Wattendorf, MAJ F. Colletti, MAJ J. Picart. Second Row: Dr. R. Carter, J. Wright, CPT S. Donohue, MAJ R. Miller, MAJ R. Schwartzman, CPT L. Wong, MAJ S. Aude, CPT D. Vargas, MAJ D. Grossman, CPT J. Hammill. Third Row: MAJ C. Powell, SSG W. Jenkins, CPT D. Hergenroeder, CPT K. Dahl, CPT G. Hiebert, CPT J , McKeon, CPT K. Emberton, CPT S. Jones, CPT W. Crocoll, CPT J. Taylor, CPT B. DuRant. Back Row: D. Batten, L. Hynes, T. Stivala, CPT A. Davis, D. Butler, D. French, CPTD. Reisweber, CPT M. Reisweber, MAJ G. Teague, MAJ C. Belz, CPT J. Tisson, MAJ B. Johnson. , ' BSGL Fellows. Front Row: CPT Darryl Williams, CPT Gary Langford, CPT James Stevens, CPT Christopher Holden, CPT David Johnson, CPT John Guidotti, CPT Melisa Phillips. Back Row: CPT Thomas Bowen, CPT Michael Reagor, CPT Leonard McWherter, CPT Charles Scarboro, CPT Michael Dorohovich, CPT Raymond Van Pelt, CPT Richard Reagan, CPT John Pothin. Staf Sz Faculty "THE ANSWER IS CLEARLY OBVIOUS, SIR." Cadet Peart discusses his board with CPT Buechter. DRIP. DRIP. DRIP. A Chem- istry major closely watches one ofher experiments progress. PIPE TTING AWAY. A plebe chemistry student gets his needed ma- teriais. NATHAN REEL COL David C. Allbee, I Chemistry I I of A 38 , , ,,.. N ,,,,,, Department of Chemistry. Front Row: MAJ Jordan, MAJ Gibson, CPT Hale, MAJ Dooley, CPT Maurer, MAJ Veney. Second Row: CPT Stiefel, CPT Sloop, CPT Green, CPT Gilman, CPT Prescott, CPT Hall, CPT Haraburda, Prof Roche, D1'.McCal1ister. Third Row: CPT Knapp, CPT March, CPT Toomajian, CPT Bass, CPT Buechler, CPT Haustein, MAJ Myler, Fourth Row: MAJ Wilson, LTC Dieler, CPT Needham, CPT Lecakes, LTC Blackman. Back Row: COL Springer, LTC Graham, COL Allbee, MAJ Owens, COL Mayer. ' 'il "" 5 k.,. 1 1 Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering. Front Row: LTC Lennox, COL Nygren, LTC Dennis, COL Hand, COL Lamkin, COL Heimdahl, Prof Lenoe, COL Dull, COL Samples, LTC Klegka, LTC Potter, LTC Dillon. Second Row: CPT Davis, MW5 Catello, CPT Welch, MAJ J enkins, MAJ Myers, MAJ Evans, MAJ Cantrell, CPT Todd, CPT Boettner, CPT Carpenter, MAJ Scilzo. Third Row: CPT Malley, CPT Spencer, MAJ McCa11ister, CPT Gazzerro, CPT Alty, MAJ Ressler, CPT Gerton, CPT Kirnato, CPT AValle, LCDR Langford, MAJ Gonzales, CPT Allen. Back Row: MAJ Sullivan, CPT Poniatowski, CFI' Toomey, CPT Eisele, CPT Perkins, CPT Haight, CPT Klutz, CPT,McAnulty, CPT McKenna, CPT Dombi, LTC Stellar, CPTWard, A J ' ' F3 TALL THIS FOR A NEAT HAT. CME students on a trip sec- tion measure a support beam, students use their technical expertise Y el S 1 a in a real-life situation. the annual Canoe face- LLI E U ZW VJ Z Q cn Q E D 4: COL Peter D. Heimdahl, Civil and Mechanical Engineering A Staif'f8zFacl1lty 39 "WHAT EXACTLY IS HE TALKING ABOUT?!" Computer Science majors listen to a lecture Navy Week. "LOOK, JOE, YOU JUST PUT THAT WIRE THERE..."Joe Bradley gets some hands on experience in Juice. ff J f ,y ' fo' f M' COL Daniel M. Litynski, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 40 A VVLV M VVVV M V VVVVL V ,V,, ,, ,,M.MM, ,,,,, l,,t , HCT' ',,, ' " I in L., ' ' 'WM'W"f'Wt "wr, 'wa ' U 42 f ' : f Vi!! X X ffiiiiik if f ',', ,,,.,,, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Front Row: Mr. Inglis, LTC Sayles, LTC Oristian, COL Leach, COL Litynski, COL Barber, LTC Bilodeau, Dr. Sirkis. Second Row: Kathy Judson, CPT Morgida, MAJ Dratch, MAJ Jones, MAJ Greenawalt, MAJ Degen, MAJ Withers, MAJ Gibson, LCDR Hamby, MAJ Alford, MAJ MArois, Karen Sullivan, Sabrina Best, Eben York. Third Row: Joseph Hartmann, Richard Reynolds, CPT Denison, CPT Key, CPT Fichten, CPT Rassatt, CPT Makowsky, CPT Miller, CPT Merritt, CPT Sumner, SSG Strong, William Slevin. Back Row: Richard Horstmann, CPT Beck, CPT Wagner, CPT Engbrecht, CPT Stine, CPT Nowak, CPT Petro, CPT Fretheim, CPT Carrano, CPT Post, CPT Tubesing, Linda Bailey, Carol Komrosky. 'HEH HEH HEHMWATCH ME BLOW UP THAYER HALL..." Another mad scientist fa k.a. Juice Major? is born. Department of English. Front Row: MAJ Stone, CPT Bilodeau, COL McIntosh, COL Calabro, COL Cox, Assoc. Prof. Dunlavy, Prof Valenti, LTC Furr, COL Stromberg. Second Row: CPT Frohm, CPT Lambert, CPT Zupan, CPT Goodland, MAJ Placek, CPT Gibson, MAJ Whitman, CPT Knotts. Third Row: MAJ Petrik, MAJ Coffey, LTC Tipton, LTC Foley, CPT Lyttle, CPT Keifer, CPT Haight, MAJ Mesick, MAJ D.Smith. Fourth Row: CPT Parshley, MAJ Brewer, CPT Alexander, MAJ Becker, MAJ J. Smith, MAJ Riley, MAJ Spencer, LTC Johnston. Back Row: MAJ Dashiell, MAJ Challans, CPT Mueller, CPT O'Donnell, CPT Brotherton, CPT Daigle, CPT Beeker, LTC Brigham, CPT Dawson. A SYMBOL OF WHAT AMERICA STANDS FOR. The American flag against the Viet- nam Veterans Memorial in Washing- ton. ACADEMIC ENRICH- MENT? Stacy Takats, Sonny Vo, Wes Padilla, Christopher Riccardi, and James Bents on their English- sponsored Vietnam AEP in Wash- ington. 1 ' .f COL Peter L. Stromberg, English stan' sz Faeulty 41 .M THE INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE. Cadets practice speaking foreign tongues during lan- guage labs. ANOTHER USE FOR OUR COMPUTERS. Cadetslearn lan- guages and increase Vocab skills with laserdisk stories. ADIOS!!! Visiting Professor Don David Lasner dismisses his class. Q fwf vimf:.Ww.' ' Q ec"" ' A - 'iii '-,' ' T Ji V ., . ,wi,,w.. X fm ' . ,. gyuvff.-T x hm., COL Edward J. F. , Thomas, Foreign Languages 01 E KY ,X X A fyifr A 42 Z , illepartment of ForeigniLanguages. Front Row: LTC W. Crawford, LTC S. LaRocca, Dr. J. Jensen, COL E. Thomas, Dr. S. Saldivar, LTC H. Sperber, LTC R. McBride, MAJ R. McPeak. Second Row: SGT R. Maxwell, MAJ A. Schutt, MAJ V. Watts, MAJ E. Acata, COL R. Valle, MAJ M. I-Iinkle, MAJ S. Meyer, Ms. C, Nieto. Third Row: Mr. BQ Sicca, Ms. J. Wotton, MAJ W. Alewine, CPT J. Ward, MAJ T. Seel, MAJ S. Ingram, Dr. V. Gorshenin, CPT S, Moran, Mrs. C. Pierce, MAJ P. Pierson, Mr. C. Ruscelli, J r. Back Row: MAJ R. Dalton, Dr. S. Ackerlind, Prof. M. Gallagher, CPT C. Pilecki, CPT M. Seidl, CPT K. Nielsen, MAJT. Mitchell, CPT R.Kempfe., Mrs. J. i.Nuss, CPT C. Neff, CPT D. Wilson. A J it if "NOW, IF CALIFORNIA WERE AN ISLAND..." A ca- det uses Geogifaphy computer pro- grams to make a map. "HERE WE SEE WHERE BIGFOOT HAS LEFT AN IMPRESSION..." Steve Vanaskie explains the finer points ofa terrain diagram. CADET HOMIWOWNS State? of Kimora '5l2,LiIY f M mm 4 U i .-,,..,,,,,,.,,,, .,,,,,,,,,.. . 5 Dain: Uiractorute of information M gen Q, , United States Milam y 1 de ,V 5 Base New Hscfcxcan Ermsuitants. I , V. --.e,..,-,,, , R, .-.pq . in V 0 s .Mi ...,....., W RRRR . ,....., at -R .-.E Q R 5'7'?':""""""" WWW KH, A CARTOGRAPHER S DREAM. In Computer Assisted car tography, cadets can produce colored maps with pinpoint accuracy MM., ,... rw Xalolgi ' ff.- ..,, ,, lea' r .pw ri 5.32: .ff QTL! a LY 2 aff? 6 l,,,,.nr.,+-,,,, 3 Chr ,? 2 Hy Tim W. Sanders, Jr 2 December 1991 ' COL John H. Grubbs Geography and Environmental Engineering "ANALYZE WORLD HIS- TORY FROM THE BEGIN- NING OF TIME UNTIL THE PRESENT." Cadet Denny memo- ASSAULTING THE ROUND TOP. Cadets on the Gettysburg Staff Ride take a hike up Little Round Top. NOW, NEW YORK IS JENN VOIGTSCHILD Lu rizes facts for a quiz in Plebe World WHERE... I thought this was Pleloe History, W ,Ly Q 'At rw - Q U.S. History, not Geography! - .. . . P, 3--.fif ' .." rl- kkjg . V,.,,...e-,,.- K , ij! KL . un Q 4, R QW, ,S A a. , - I A--i2-.gf 5 v X 1 f' 'W ,id .X ,nv M ay., K 5 K v 3 C 7 of . :Ke . 3'-. A .,,:'79,27xE . -fi--we-H1 --' ts S R, SEIAIHDHV HEIZLINXOH Q-X 93 P "WT ' wsaigiiff.. 3 ans., -, Q wma 7 EUROPE Q .,. S was f 'e - --.,.,.,. 'W t ig, mfg ' P KLEIN-'AN COL Robert A. Doughty, History , .sffgpis-.., 44 Department of History. Front Row: LTC Luckett, COL Wheeler, Prof Roland, COL Brower IV, COL Doughty, Prof Greaves, COL Hamburger, COL Johnson, LTC Crane. Second Row: LTC Blake, LTC Walsh, LTC Browder, MAJ Farner, MAJ Eaton, MAJ Clark, MAJ Henley, LTC Rudd, LTC McKenna, LTC Schwabe. Third Row: MAJ Day, CPT Reese, MAJ Campbell, MAJ Troxel, MAJ Hyde, CPT Belknap, CPT Severe, CPT Moten, CPT Lofaro, CPT Brooks. Fourth Row: CPT Curry, CPT Dombi, MAJ Mann, MAJ Rainey, CPT Eden, CPT Miravalle, CPT Hogue, CPTMiravalle, CPT Hogue, CPT Herzog, CPT Shaw. Flfth Row: CPT Toguchi, MAJ Juntunen, MAJ Bassett, CPT Greenwald, CPT Gray, CPT Hunter- Chester, Back Row: CPT Smith, CPT Payne, CPT Dean, CPT Scudieri, CPT Berlin, CPT Topping, CPT Echevarria, MAJ Gaebelein, CPT Connor. --vm-w--4-w.,..t,,,,i,..,.,,,, X , W- LLLLxLL st. .Lm.L C ?e,i,i..i A, W --- . . - ' - i ,- - . -. - - .. . -- . f- f M.. A3 Department of Law. Front Row: CPT Tozzi, MAJ Austin, MAJ Hyder, CPT Arcuri, MAJ Boyle, Prof Dycus, CPT Conn, MAJ Palmer, MAJ Burnette, COL Hunt, MAJ Odegard, CPT Gibson, MAJ Fitzkee, MAJ Caldbeck, "Armadillo,v LTC Oapofari, CPT Freudenberg, COL Limbaugh. THE PLACE TO BE. Law students utilize the Law Dept. Library with its plethora of sources. GUEST SPEAKER. Janelle Byrd, a litigator for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, speaks about affirma- tive action. COL Dennis R. Hunt, Law seasesaemery M "THIS IS THE NUMBER ONE." CPT Singleton instructs some of his plebe math students. 15 "I DON'T UNDERSTAND HOW TO USE THE CAL- CULATOR." Cadet Sierakowski labors over math homework. DIFFERENTIATE THIS! Elizabeth Chao works a board prob- lem while her classmates look on. Ee AWT HVHLVN T338 AWT COL Frank R. Giordano, Mathematics 46 EJ Department of Mathematical Sciences. Front Row: MAJ Robertson, LTC Arney, LTC West, LTC Fox, LTC KMohrmann, COL Kolb, COL Giordano, LTC Schumacher, Prof E.Luchins, Prof Luchins, Prof Small, MAJ Myers. Second Row: MAJ Reisenwitz, LTC Edwards, CPT Cuerington, CPT Talbott, CPT Bell, MAJ Driscoll, CPT Hutchison, MAJ Generazio, CPT Polo, CPT Murphy. Third Row: CPT Stone, CPT Kastner, CPT Hill, LCDR Siedel,'CPT Grim, CPT Green, CPT Miner, CPT Barge, MAJ Mill. Fourth Row: MAJ Rowlette, CPT Gorevin, CPT Fowler, CPT Ferguson, CPT Phillips, CPT Cummings, CPT Doescher, CPT Meek, CPT Wolven, CPT Holtzclaw, MAJ Rowan, Fifth Row: CPT Durnford, CPT Bush, CPT Crawford, CPT Beaver, CPT Hogan, CPT Henderson, CPT Buchanon, CPT Yuengert, CPT Schlatter, CPT Strickland, MAJ Grey, CPT Jaye. Sixth Row: CPT Horton, CPT Linnington, CPTVI-Iealy, CPT Singleton, CPT Stevens, MAJ Rooney. Back Row: CPT Olwell. .qi l I1 Department of Physics. Front Row: LTC Ellis, LTC Oldaker, LTC La Sala, COL Campbell, Prof Blatt, COL Stith, LTC Luckett, LTC Lainis, LTC Dinsmore. Second Row: MAJ Gumm, CPT Naessens, MAJ Cotefiu, CPT Gruner,'CPT Grofy, CPT VanFossen, CPT Fedorchak, CPT Lowe. Third Row: CPT Newton, MAJ DeGraff, MAJ Dietrick, CPT Kirby, LTC Domaszek, CPT Kiefer, CPT Reid. Back Row: CPT Davis, CPT Donovan, CPT Benecke, MAJ Caplan, CPT Steer, CPT Wells. Je 5 -4 "IF I DROP THIS BALL, WILL IT FALL?" CPT Gruner asks another puzzling Physics ques- tion, JUST A LITTLE BIT I'IIGI'IER...Adrian Perica adjusts some Physics equipment. "ONE MICRO-NANO SEC- OND? YOU MUST BE KID- DING."MattResnickisindisbeliefat the results of his lab. l COL John G. Campbell, Physics sm! .sz Faculty 47 ONCE IN A LIFETIME CHANCE. Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney gives a SOSH P a break and teaches his class on his trip to USMA in March. POINT OF ORDER. The USMA Debate Team Hghts the good fight against RMC in Canada. COL James R. Golden, Social Sciences E r VJ 4: z ff r STEVE O.LOHd AWEIGVIJV Department of Social Sciences. Front Row: CPT Masiello, CPT Isaacoffl LTC Scribner, COL Clark IV, Dr, Brady, COL Walker, COL Golden, COL Black, CPT Hooker, Jr., CPT Wood, Jr., CPT Grewatz, CPT Graves, LTC Daula. Second Row: MAJ Brennan, Jr., MAJ Gorden Ill, Ms. Astorino, CPT Hoffman, CPT Graf, Jr., MAJ McClure, MAJ Hahn Ill, CPT Ruck, CPT Dooley, CPT Snyder, LTC Hennessy, CPT Williams, CPT Schroeder, CPT Wardynski, Dr. McMullen. Third Row: MAJ Defferding, CPT Sole, CPT Cape, CPT Kilgore, CPT Shields, MAJ Nunez, CPT Walters, Jr., CPT Waddell, CPT Meese, CPT Fullerton, CPT Berry, CPT Forrester, CPT Gerton. Back Row: MAJ Trumbore, SGM Baldwin, CPT Smith, CPT Longo, CPT Roane, CPT Wilkins, CPT Lunch III, CPT Garrison, MAJ Perwich ll, CPT Sharman, MAJ Hamby, MAJ Shillito, LTC Burghart. P'S DO HOMEWORK TOO. Firstie Kyle Marsh helps design a pro- gram. IT'S THE RED TANKS OVER THE BLUE TANKS...Only in the Systems Department do you get to play video games as homework. COL James L. Kays, Systems Engineering Department of Systems Engineering. Front Row: LTC Mark Robershotte, LCDR Rebecca Beener, MAJ James Moughon HI, LTC Kenneth Matwiczak, COL James Kays, Dr. James Daschbach, CPT Margaret Belnap, M.AJJames Armstrong, Jr., CPT James Watson, Jr. Second Row: MAJ Gerald Buckner, CPT David Savage, CPT Debra Lewis, MAJ Joseph Stallings, Jr., SSG John Anderson, MAJ Richard Metro, CPT Peter Courtois, CPT George Stone, MAJ Calvin Evans. Third Row: CPT Mark Tillman, CPT Jerry Wright, LTC Stephen Baranzyk, CPT Richard Paradi so, J r. , CPT Brian Boettn er, MAJ John Turner, MAJ Harvey Grail MAJ Michael Genetti. Back Row: CPT Joseph Waldron, CPT David Frye, MAJ Michael Castelli, CPT Thomas Dodd, CPT William Anderson. Staff 8a Fwe'.:Ly 49 HTIGHTEN IT UP! FIVE PAGES!" Another road march con ducted as HUAH! military training. PLEBE REACTIONS. The Class of'95 ractices for the future at P the Leadership Reaction Course. A TACTICAL DILEMMA. The Tactics club conducts an FTX out at Camp Buckner during the aca- demic year. Y pf COL Thomas W. Karr, Military Instruction 50 .IFFF BENCIK 'KI f , . M. . . Department of Military Instruction. Front Row: MSG M. Rutherford,.MAJ A. Drake, LTC B. Totten, LTC T, Piazze, COL T. Karr, LTC R. Lenz, MAJ D. Luken, CPT S. Sine, MAJ J. Welsh. Second Row: MAJ C. Linnerud, CPT D. Reagan, CPT W. McKee, SFC M. Gauthier, SFC P. West, MSG J. Fitch, SFC T. McNee1y, CPT W. Swan. Third Row: SFC J. Wise, CAPT A. Bouchard, CPT K. Haas, CP'1f,J, Robles, CPT J . Kaiser, CPT R. Goodman, Jung,.,C1?T S. Brouse, CPT J. Mu1rEh5YS'Fourth Row: M. Danielle, R. Bex1ey,jCPT S. Duffy, CPT G. Griii'1n,MAJM. nrton, CPT L, McAr1neny, SFC J . Tay1or,CPT D. Ross. Back Row: J. Sommers, L. Paffenroth, CPT M. Herholtz, CPT P. Meadows, MAJ K. Armstrong, B. Smith-Young. HV!-LLVH EIEI EVERY CADET AN ATH- LETE. DPE and cadetship go hand- in-hand. INTRAMURDERSSTRIKE THREE MINUTES OF AGAIN. A G-2 football player gives HELL, A COW does a DPE approved up his body fOr the USHIII. vault during the IOCT. E. ..I 5 QE D. Q,,.W Regiment. Front Row: CPT Heidi Brown, LTC Thomas Greco, MSG William Hamilton. Second Ms. Dora Quichocho, Ms. Chritine Toombs, CPT Jackson, CPT Rex Russell CPT Richard LTC Owen Mullen Third Row Brantner, CPT David MAJ charles Phillips, Back Row Eddie Cotrell, MAJ CPT Beth Ann Wilcox, SFC Second Regiment. Front Row: Dawn McCann Millie W. John, COL John T. Bolger III, Cross, Sharon K. Roser. Second Row: SFC Ricky L. Frady, CPT Jeffrey R. Oeser, SFC Arthur E. LaRue, CPT Michael Gould. Third Row: MSG Dennis J. Ansay, CPT Mark A. Yeshnik, CPT Donald N. Isbell, SFC Jeffrey D. Cotham, MAJ Brian P Corcoran. Back Row: CPT Kathleen Browning, MAJ Scott McQuaig, CPT Mark Hayhurst, SFC David Chance. Third Regiment. Front Row: Ms. Carmela SFC Danny Mendoza, MAJ John A. Kardos, Margaret M. Bahnsen, SFC Bobby A. Jacqueline Duffy. Second Row: CPT Frank L. CPT Jeffrey W. Terhune, CPT Mark A. Philip A. Scibelli, CPT Laureen M nis Beck-Berman, CPT William G. ack Row: SFC James Lucero, SFC Harry A. Griffith, CPT Selby Niccolai, CPT Kevin A. Streets. Regiment. Front Row: Chaplain Terry MAJ Gregory Chura, LTC Cornelius Easter, Naclerio, MSG Marshall Benson. Sec- ond rovv: SFQ 1 Michael Dufer, CPT Douglas Gabel, CPT Jeffrey Buchanan, CPT John Moore, Third Row: MSG Michael Etheridge, SFC John Holman, CPT Kimetha Topping, CPT William Gallagher, CPT Peter Martin. Back Row: SFC Marvin Hill, CPT Richard DiGiovanni, CPT Jeffrey Vfeart, MAJ Gary Looper. tary Front Row Ms Georglanna Watson Mrs beth Lesnieski Mr Arnold Cecchini Mr Ken edman Mr AlanA1mone Mr James McHenry Row Mrs Catherine Brown Mr Nichol Batt 13 Jr Third Row Mrs Elizabeth lnce Mrs Debor ith Ms Margaret Cirillo Ms L1saPeters Seymour oseRobischon FourthRow Mr George Patall Mrs en Royer mr A Dean Hough Mrs DonnaC Br Ms Donna Cumpler Mr Joseph Barth Fifth R s Phyllis Stewart Mrs Beverly Shickle Back Ro John Hargraves Mrs Judith Sibley Mrs Denis od Mr Paul Nergelovic Mrs Patricia Meier Mrs Balfe Directorate of Information Management Fron Row SFC Donald Coyle, Mr Jack Hynes, MSG Lazaro Ramirez, Ms Helen Lanf, SGT Timothy Cooper, Mr Charles Ruscelli, Mr. Walter Smith, Mr. Clayton Melick, Mr. Gifford McCormick. Second Row: Mr. Philip DeRobertis, MSG Manuel Lapus, Mr. Joseph Bloomer, Mrs. Edith Irwin, Mr. Jon Lewis, Mr. Philip Scalone, Mr. Kenneth Devine, Mr. Robert Savage, Mr. Frederick Mitchell. Back Row: MAJ Robert Skertic, MAJ Duan Sanders, CPT Michael Lee, MAJ Michael Bowman, MAJ David Mossbarger, LTC Robert Lowe, COL Tho- mas Cawley, LTC Lloyd Deaton, MAJ Miguel Mendoza, MAJ Peter Sidle, CPT Monica Lee, CPT Gary Keck. "M I' 1 'I 7 - ' U fffiv? f ' , 7 - , - Se -- , : . , . as J , 7' ' I I . ' 7 ' 1 I 2 , - 3 - v Mrs. Lin 1 ompson, Ms. Rona Steindler, Mrs. Joyce , ' iff ' . I - s 7 - - 1 - ' 3 . . - , t . , l 7 - , - . 'V . Chaplains. Front Row: Ch CCPTJ Dennis Bergman, Monsignor John J. Cunniffe, Rev. P. Camp, Jr., Ch KMAJJ Haynes W. Dugan II. Row: Rev. Robert Drummond, Ch CMAJJ Dempsey, Ch CLTCJ Owen J. Mullen, Ch Edward Westbury, Ch CMAJD David L. Patrick F. Healy, Rev. Raymond F. s. Front Row: Ms. Rewe Rose, Mr. Joe iiata, Ms. Mana Olauatha, Mr. Raplph Demasi, Sal Grillo, Ms. Sandy Kelly, Ms. Rosemary Yanson. Second Row: Ms. Linda Theiss, Mr. Tony Frisenda, Mr. Frank Ferrara, Mr. Art Tabasco, Mr. Emilio Reyes, Ms. Joeann Pascal, Ms. Barbie Sullivan, Ms. Val Weygant, Mr. Joe Cacciola. Back Row: Mr. Ricky Serrao, Mr. Pat Etri, Mr. Miguel Reyes, Mr. Carmen Delessio. 'rectorate of Academy Advancement. Front Row: James Peterson, LTC Bruce Bell, LTC Richard ,COL William Wilson, COL Seth Hudgins CRetD, L s Fishburne CRetD, COL James Hawthorne, Seco w: Ray AAlbue, Laura Maxwell, Kevin Ber- nard, on Lodge, Vicky Balsa, COL J. Snodgrass CRetJ, orris Herbert CRetD, COL Robert Strati CRetD, SP nie Viers, SGT William Spath, Irene Brown. Thi w: Molly Lindsey, Pat Brown, Martha Hinote, And amburger, Barbara Saraff, COL L. Harrison CRetJ, 'orie Delbaugh, LTC J. Olejniczak CRetD, Robert Ki Eileen Herrick, Nancy Webster, Robert Beretta, el Albright. Back Row: SPC Charles Eisele, SP ld OBrien. Admissions. Front Row: MAJ Bruce Turnbull CR COL Geoffrey R. Louis, COL Pierce A. Rushton, Jr., LTC Arthur Mulligan, COL Kevin C. Kelley, Mr. Robert N. Jannarone. Second Row: MAJ Robert J. Nelson, CPT Laurie A. Herson, 1LT Charles Williams, Ms. Maureen B. Velez, CPT George M. Mancini, Ms. Annamarie Waters. Third Row: Ms. Rosemary Durica, MAJ Patrick R. Harris, CPT Robert S. Wall, CPT Timothy M. White, CPT Richard D. Bryar, MAJ James H. Luckett, CPT Paula E. White. Back Row: CPT Rqymond A. Trevino, CPT Byron Gibson, CPT Steven Carter, Mr. Earle C. Zimmerman, CPT Stephen A. Morris, CPT Peter R. Scheffer, Jr. Swat ...W 2, , JAH: W1 tg ...- . .,,,,...' ,, N. .six , :L Directorate of Cadet Activities. Front Row: Morgan Roseborough, Mr. Robert Smith, Mr Cochran, Ms. Jackie Barrett, Ms. Jeannette MAJ Kurt Struder. Second Row: Ms. Clare Kevin D,Onofrio, Ms. Barbara Sanders, Lemire, Ms. Toni Virgini, Ms. Leslie Row: Mr. Kendall Hicke, Ms. Amy s. Maria Christopher, Mr. William Yost. Row: Mr. Artis Dunham, Ms. Shalley Ray Simons, Mrs. Wendy Kevin Baynes, Ms. Shirley Row, Mr. John Visconti, Mr. Jerome Carolyn Gaspard. Back Row: Mr. Mr. Chet Goscicki, Mr. Fred lte of Operations, Plans, and Security. Row: LTC Steven Hoffman CAFE, COL Thomas MAJ Peter McKeever, second Row: SGT Michael Bullock, Ms. Cathy Hayes, Mrs. Sue Pignetti, Mrs. Ann Falcone, Mrs. Cassandra Dunn, CPT Donald Nalls. Back Row: MSG Toney Fields, Dr. Stephen Grove, CPT William Cofield, MAJ Robert Smiley, Mr. Michael Moss, SFC Michael Bedard. 6, wb, r uf, 5 Wig-194 of the Staff Judge Advocate. Front Row: ' , g,3,Gonzales, Ms. Viex, Mrs. Critelli, COL Wagner, CPT Henley. Second ROW: SFC Young, Mrs. Maiil'i,,f ak, CPT McDermott, Ms. Adams, Ms. Doughty, CPT Back Row: CPT Cotell, CW3 Dodge, Mrs. Prah, Wggennon, Ms. Gruenke, Mr. Salvatore, LTC Baker, wgtevenson. ,Q .t 'lil .. I. 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THE SUPREME COU RT ofthe United States poses foraformal picture in the Court in Washington, D.C. The Howitzerconducted an exclusive interviewwith Justice Antonin Scalia tsecond from left, top rowj, an appointee of the Reagan presidency. SWEARlNG IN the newest Supreme Court Justice, Justice Byron R. White administers the oath to Clarence Thomas. Thomas' confirmation was threatened by accusations of sexual harrassment from former employee Anita Hill, turning the process into a debate of rights and moral responsibility. The Bill Alexander Hamilton said, "The interpre- tation of the laws is the proper, peculiar providence of the courtsf, do you agree with that? That is so by tradition and understanding. What courts are good at, and what courts are for, is to interpret laws, What do you see as the relationship be- tween the courts and the other two branches of government? The other two branches are known as the "political" branches, it is their function to enact and implement the laws. It is the courts' job to resolve disputes between a private person and the govemment, concerning the meaning or application of the laws. Just as the courts must honor a valid statute or executive regulation, so also the other two branches must honor a validly entered court decree deciding a particular case. It is a more complicated question whether they must not only obey the judgement in the particular case t"Let this man out ofjailub, but must also accept the more general principle of law that underlay the decision C"Let this man out of jail because this statute is unconstitutionaluj. The answer to that is theoretically no, but prudentially almost always yes. Which ofthe first ten amendments has had the most profound impact on our society? Ifl had to pick one, which is most unfair as they are all important, I would have to say the First Amendment . That contains the reli- gion clause, protecting what men and women have traditionally considered the most im- portant of their freedoms. lt also contains the free speech provisions, which are absolutely central to democracy. Democracy cannot work without them. Its whole premise is the proposition that over the long term good ideas will drive out the badg that if the people can listen to both sides they will ultimately make the right choice. Given the fact that the Framers simply could not have foreseen the incredible advances in modern technology, medicine and science, what role does the Court play in interpreting the Framers' intent today, two hundred years later? Changes in technology...they donit make any difference. You have to read the Constitutions text intelligently, to take ac- count of them. The First Amendment, for example, says that 'Congress shall make no law abridging freedom of speech or the press." Now, does that mean that Congress can prohibit writing something in longhand be- cause that is neither speech nor the press? Of course not. "Speech" and "Press" are reason- ably understood to represent the full range of human communication. lf you interpret the Constitution reasonably, in thi s fashion, tech- nology makes no difference. Satellite com- A 'mi-'r1 Hn gif-rl 111' as ,w 'rw'-S7-Vi'M355,kygg-vgjgygngafggigjf'fri W 1 tw aigr.2i121fi2fgepe'f.tIfL , V Fitffiffw 2 ' , .Lv x4,.-' f t I , .times 3 7 ' il v 611251. E of Rights-200 yedrs lorler munication is still speech. Americans feel there is a constitutional right to privacy, but there are no words in the Constitution saying this right exists... Well, if there are no words saying that it is there, then it is not thereg what Americans "feel" has nothing to do with the matter. The men who drafted the Bill of Rights did not try to place within it all the rights they consid- ered important--as the Ninth Amendment acknowledges. There are a lot of things a government might do that would be odious. It might, for example, try to stop us from raising our children the way we wish. But in a democracy-- and especially with the safe- guards of separation of powers and checks and balances-- that is not a likely occurrence. There are, however, a few rights that govern- ment has traditionally trampled upon-- the right to worship, the right to speak, the right to a fair trial. Those are the particular freedoms that were guaranteed in the Bill of Rights, and committed to the protection of the courtsg the rest were left to the protection of the ballot box. ers me to say to the majority "Stop!" is the Constitution. Justice Douglas said, "Individual rights and protections of the Bill of Rights are absolute. They do not change over time." Is that true? I think it is true that they do not change over time. That is the reason for rejecting the non- textual, whatever-we-feel-is-there-must-be- there approach to the Bill of Rights I criti- cized earlier. If you make the Bill of Rights an all purpose vehicle for the expression of current, deeply felt sentiments, those senti- ments sometimes will favor the creation of new liberties, but other times will favor the elimination of old ones. A good example of that is a case we recently decided involving prosecution of a women for sexually abusing a little child. The trial court said that since the child would get too upset to testify in the presence of the alleged abuser, the child could be placed in another room, to give her testimony over closed-circuit television. The Supreme Court said that was all right, despite the fact that the Sixth Amendment guaran- Last year marked the 200th anniversary oi the Bill of Rights, bringing with it new questions about citizen's "inalienable rights." The current Supreme Court's role in determining national policy on issues such as abortion has come to the front of national attention as citizens test the fiber ofthe "living" document. ln an exclusive interview, The Howitzer discussed these issues with Reagan- appointee Justice Antonin Scalia. The transcript of this interview has been edited for clarity and continuity. Thatis why we speak of H200 Years Later." The Framers never could have known that abortion would become such a huge issue. They never could have perceived automo- biles, the right to privacy, the right to search, protection from unreasonable searchesmthings like that. Donit forget that Article V of the Constitu- tion sets forth a procedure for amending it. In fact, that is precisely how the Bill of Rights was adopted. If your point is, "Gee, things change, maybe we need constitutional pro- tection for some additional rights"-- that's why we have amendment provisions. But I think it foolish to believe that the Framers intended new rights to be invented by the courts. Then if an amendment goes through the ratification process, the court backs it up? Of course. Nothing else gives me, as a judge, the right to stop people from doing what they want to do. Democracy is a giveng it is the background. Presumably the people can do, through their elected representatives, what they want to do. The only thing that empow- tees that in "all criminal prosecutions the accused shall enjoy the right to be confronted with the witnesses against him." I dissented from that opinion, because it seemed to me an example of making the Bill of Rights say what we want it to say. It says confrontation "in all criminal prosecutions," and despite different modern attitudes it ought to con- tinue to mean that until amended. So, then, what is the role of popular will in applying the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, without referring specifically to Roe vs. Wade or any other case? It has no role. None? Zero. The whole purpose of the Bill of Rights is to contradict the popular will. For ex- ample, when you have been tried and con- victed in a manner that does not comply with the Sixth Amendment, but the entire town is outside the courthouse chanting "Close enough, close enough! Hang him, hang him!" am I supposed to look at you and say, "Well, there it is. The popular will."? Of course not. I must set the conviction aside. The most sacred obligation of a judge who applies the Constitution is to protect the individual from--precisely-- the popular will. It seems that the Framers intentionally made it difficult to pass amendments, such as the Equal Rights Amendment. To come up with an abortion amendment, for ex- ample, is politically unfeasible. It will prob- ably never happen... Now wait a minute. To effect the popular will in the sense of prohibiting what the constitu- tion permits--which is what the Equal Rights Amendment would assertedly achieve--all you need is a ballot box and a legislature. If you want to prohibit additional forms of discrimination towards women, then pass a law prohibiting additional forms of discrimi- nation. If a majority is on your side, you need to invoke the Constitution only if CU you want to apply your prohibition nationwide, rather than leaving it to democratic majori- ties state-by-state, and C25 there is no consti- tutional basis for enacting a federal statute. The second of these conditions is rarely met nowadays, since the Supreme Court has adopted a very expensive view of the consti- tutional bases for federal jurisdiction. What is the biggest threat today to the Bill of Rights? In my view it is the public attitude I criticized earlier--the attitude that it contains whatever we want it to contain. Thatis why the confirmation process has turned into such a nasty process. It is at least why the confirmation process has dramatically changed. It seems no longer directed, as it once was, primarily at determin- ing whether the nominee is a skilled lawyer with good judgement, who knows how to read a legal text carefully, and to understand the tradition behind the text. In earlier times, isolated controversial issues, like abortion , would come up during the confirmation pro- cess--they always will. But the process as a whole was not a mini-bar exam on all aspects of constitutional law. Nowadays, however, the nominee's views are asked conceming, one by one, all those rights that the inquiring Senator tthat is to say, his constituentsj consider it important to include in, or to exclude from, the Constitution-- never mind what the text says. If we select our judges that way, we convert the Constitution from a rock that obstructs the majority will to an engine for implementing it. Is there anything else you want the people to know about the Bill of Rights? Just that the views I have expressed concerning it are not shared by all judges. I think they are correct, but you must make up your own mind- -and as responsible citizens you must do so carefully and intelligently. Perhaps the little I have said may stimulate you to read and think about it further. DAVID DUKE CAMPAIGNS in New Orleans during his bid for governor of Louisiana. After being defeated, he went on to make a run for the Republican Presidential nomination, but lagged far behind President Bush. ANITA HILL TESTIFIES before Congress during the confir- mation hearings for Justice Clarence Thomas. Thomas was ap- proved by a narrow margin after answering HilI's charges of sexual misconduct. Rights All things change. The Bill of Rights, however, has stood as the centerpiece of American government for 200 years, since it was first drafted by the nations framers in 1791 as a supplement to the Constitution. Sixteen amendments have since been made to the Constitution, dealing with issues ranging from the length of the Presidential term to prohi- bition of alcohol. No document has had a greater effect on American history, however, than the list of the first ten amendments. Of the ten amendments, eight have come into play in court cases within the last ten years. Perhaps the most important and of- ten cited of the amendments, the First Amendment seeks to protect expression of ideas, both political and religious and to allow people protection from govern- ment-prescribed opinions. The history of the amendment dates back to the earliest days of the colonies, where England's hand on the people's shoul- ders was resting a bit heavily. Chief among the calls from the colonists were those from the provisions of the First Amendment. The framers of the Constitution, and subsequently the Bill of Rights, likewise felt that the rights prescribed in the Amendment were irrefutable. Since that time, however, there have been many challenges to the parameters of the Amendment. Among recent issues: "Does the First Amendment protect pornogra- phy, especially that involving children forced to engage in sexual activity?" To the relief of many, this 'grightv was re- jected by the court as not being pro- tected under the first amendment. Oth- ers, however, said that this "censorship, would serve to weaken the Bill of Rights. Censorship was also an issue with several musical artists in the last sev- eral years. "2 Live Crewf' for example, went to court to attempt to have bans on its "Nasty as they Wanna' Bev album lifted and even stood trial after singing sexually explicit lyrics in Fort Lauder- dale. The group was acquitted on the basis of the First Amendment. The Bill of Rights, however, is not so narrow that it is only applied to protect the rights of the individual. Kimberly Bergalis, a 23-year old AIDS victim, died this year from the effects of her now and in the future disease. Before her death, Bergalis tes- tified to Congress about the importance of AIDS research and equal treatment for AIDS patients. Due to a fear of the disease spawned out of uncertainty, many employer, co-workers, friends and even family discriminated against these victims. Through the Bill of Rights, Bergalis was able to speak out against these cruel injustices. Bergalis testimony sought to accom- plish another goal, one which many practice and cause undue concern over a disease which is unlikely to be spread if the doctor follows proper medical pro- cedures. Another medical issue that is peren- nially a subject of debate is that of abor- tion. Especially with the recent addi- tions of two new conservative members to the United States Supreme Court, it seems that the Roe vs. Wade decision may be in danger in the upcoming year. The core of the debate arises not over The Bill of Rights and Its Pr0teCtiOns: 1 . Protects freedom of speech, press, assembly and petition and encourages separation of church and state. 2. Grants the right to bear arms based on the need for protection and C "Well-regulated militia." 3. Prevents government from forcibly placing troops in citizens' homes. 4. Prevents unreasonable searches and seizures without a warrant issued based on probable cause. 5. Allows witnesses the right to avoid answering questions about a crime until indicted on charges. Also establishes due process in all cases and prevents anyone from being tried for the same crime ITIOYS i'hGI't ONCE. 6. Guarantees the right to council, a speedy trial, and establishes procedure for calling witnesses in a criminal trial. 7. The rights of trial by jury is preserved for all cases which exceed S20. 8. Cruel and unusual punishment is prohibited in all cases. 9. The Constitution shall not deny one right of the people by granting another. 10. states and their citizens. Powers not granted to the United States are granted to individual courts overturned: patient notification. Bergalis' case was unique in that she contracted the disease from her dentist, who is also believed to have infected others due to poor medical practices. In light of this, many people have called for mandatory testing of all medical per- sonnel, with HIV-positive doctors being required to notify their patients. In New York, at least, this plea was turned back, citing the fact that there were, at the time, only five documented cases of victims being infected by health care workers, though that number has since increased. In ruling, the court also looked to the Bill of Rights, saying that forcing doctors to report their disease to pa- tients would infringe on their right to political issues, but over definition. "Can the fetus be considered a separate entity from the mother, and where does the mother's right to make a choice take precedence over the fetus' right to lifef' These are tough questions which the Court must try to decide based on what is included in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. However, many feel that they are more often made on personal opinion or political affiliation. The newest Supreme Court Justice, Clarence Thomas, also raised many rights issues during his confirmation hearings. Thomas was accused of sexual harassment by a former employee, Anita Hill, who said that he discussed inap- propriate sexual topics and proposi- tioned her on several occasions. The process that ensued, however, was far more in-depth than the routine character investigation. By the time he had been confirmed, Thomas felt that the very rights on which he would be ruling for the nation had been violated. An inferred "right to privacy" had been put aside in the interest of getting the "whole story" about a nominee for the Supreme Court. The end of 1991 saw the rekindling of a new debate over the separation of church and state. While the Bill of Rights clearly states that the government shall not attempt to control religion, it does not specifically prescribe total separa- tion of church and state. One example of a questionable application of the First Amendment: In November of 1991, an ax murderer gained his freedom after a prosecutor made references to biblical law in his argument. In another case, a primary-school teacher in Illinois or- dered a class of seven-year-olds to strike the word God from their textbooks. Chief Justice William Rehnquist said that such cases call for a change in the Court's position on an issue that is "based on bad history... iwhichl should be frankly and explicitly abandoned CTime, De- cember 9, 19915. The separation of church and state also raises another issue addressed by the Bill of Rights, the Ninth Amend- ment declares "The enumeration in the Constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage other rights retained by the people. It seems that repeatedly removing God from gov- ernment, especially in schools, is an infringement on the freedom of speech and religious expression by students. These rights of speech and expres- sion, while challenged in some cases, have been exercised actively be others. In the military, many homosexuals fired on the grounds of their sexual prefer- ence went public with their plight, put- ting the military on the defensive and raising still more questions about indi- vidual freedoms. Whether it be in evaluating hiring practices or judging the rights of artists, the Bill of Rights plays an integral role in the politics of today's society, and its role will likely remain unchanged in the next 200 years. ENJOYING RETIREMENT, Lieutenant General Dave Ft. Palmer relaxes at his home near Fort Hood, Texas. Palmer, who retired last summer in a parade attended by participants in Cadet Basic Training, says the thing he misses most about West Point is the cadets. MRS. PALMER LOOKING AHEAD, Lieutenant General Howard Graves began his first year as Superintendent of the Academy after months ot preparation. Graves says that he hopes to bring the Academy into a period ot stability so that the Cadet Leader Development System can develop. 66 Lt. General Dove Palmer In moving from 2nd Lieutenant to Lt. General, what changes have you seen in the military and its demands on of- ficers? First of all, the Army has changed from largely a draft Army to an all-volunteer Army. The Cold War began before I was a cadet. We lived under the threat of nuclear war with the Soviets for the ma- jority of my career. With that threat seeming to have been eliminated, we see how far we've come. Todayis soldiers far exceed the old standards of physical strength. Everyone who looks at today's Army sees improvement. How did your goals and responsibili- ties change as you moved through the ranks? Going to West Point, I had an intense de- sire to serve the country. You don't join the Army because you expect to be rich. You can expect to live an exciting life, but a life which requires you to move often. I was a commander of a tank battalion and then a Military History teacher at West Point by the time I was 35 years old. I had met both goals I set for myself coming out of the Academy. What do you feel are the most signifi- cant long-term changes that have oc- curred at West Point since you were commissioned? l've classified the key changes at West Point into three main groups: First of all, the Academy has gone from a fixed to a flexible curriculum. Cadets now have the opportunity to validate classes, to choose a major or field of study and to take part in other enrichment programs. 1956 was the first year electives were offered at West Point. Secondly, there has been a growth quanti- tatively. The Corps has grown from 2400, in my time, to 4400 cadets. Because of this, programs have grown and there are many more opportunities for sports and other activities. Finally, the Academy is now much more representative of the American popula- tion. The classes are chosen from a broader-based group of people and we now see not only a larger number of mi- norities, but the Corps is now also one tenth female. How would you evaluate the effect of these changes on the officers com- missioned by the Academy? I think to adequately answer that ques- tion, we must evaluate the changes over a period of time How well prepared are the graduates of today? They must be ready to face new challenges The challenges faced in 2020 will be very different than the if -,, Y? ef - i .. e,e,1Sg.if4fb1f5.g.w-fiiag-e.i'.',-ff, 1- ps- if 1 ' ones my class may have faced in 1970. In light of such changes we will see in the fu- ture how many graduates do well, how many advance and why some seem to fail. In what ways does being a West Point graduate help someone in the regu- lar Army as opposed to OCS or ROTC? I don't know if you can say across the board that graduates are better leaders, there are those graduates who fail to pick up the values West Point tries to instill and there may be ROTC or OCS grads who internalize more of the values taught in those programs as well. Maybe the one thing that separates West Point is the theme of "Duty-Honor-Country." I feel that the Academy gave me a better duty concept. The Cadet Leader Development Sys- tem has been in place for several years...how would you evaluate its success? Actually CLDS has been evolving since 1945 when Maxwell Taylor was Superin- tendent. They told us in World War II that West Point grads did not know how to lead Americans. They needed help dealing with large armies. West Point then began to teach leadership. It was never taught until 1945. Recently, CLDS was put into regulations. The difference is that cadets must develop all four years here. You canit just have a plebe year and coast for three. Cadets are expected to act maturely, like future officers. What a plebe must do today is little different from 20 years ago. The biggest changes have given upperclassmen more respon- sibility. Discipline has been an issue for years. It's important to work on develop- ing the proper mode of behavior for ca- dets. They are just typical young people, with the same tensions as other young people. Teaching in the 1960's, with the same hair standards as are currently in force, there were problems because ca- dets wanted to grow long hair. Some ca- dets bought wigs to wear when they left post. Overall, though, the system encour- ages strict standards of discipline. In 1986, Cadets took off their dress grays and were not wearing shirts. They were shown on national television like that. The cadets were identified and we "slugged" them. The standard for what is "positive spirit" does not change. What do you miss most about West Point? I miss the cadets. I miss being around them all the time. Every year I was there I had cadets over to my home. I taught them and had them over for dinner. It's like a huge family, and it was tough to leave it behind. to new Lt. General Howard Graves. Howitzer: In moving from Second Lieutenant to Lieutenant General, what changes have you seen in the military and its demands on officers? When I entered the military service we didn't have an all-volunteer army, so the quality of the soldiers increased tremen- dously in the last 30 years since I came in. The requirements for the soldiers have changed. The warfare is much more com- plex and fast-moving. I think the soldier is more intelligent than when I came in be- cause with the all-volunteer force we're be- coming very attractive. I'd say that when I came in, maybe 20 or 30 percent were CAT-3 or CAT-4 while now less than two percent are. VVhereas 50 percent were not high school graduates, now all are high school graduates. Itis a different Army. How did your goals and responsibili- ties change as you moved through the ranks? When I came in, I wanted to serve as long as I could with motivation and integrity. I did not aspire to any particular rank, but I came in to serve as best I could. As I reached each position, I looked at what opportunities were there and continued to serve where I felt that I could best serve. In that sense, my goals pretty much remained constant, but the particular target has been somewhat different as I move along. When you've got a family, stability becomes very important as well. What do you think are the most impor- tant qualities ofa Superintendent? I think he needs to be a man of vision, having a really good understanding of what the Military Academy ought to be. We are be- ginning to instill the professional qualities and principles that will be necessary when an officer sets the example for his brigade or even his army. A Superintendent needs to be compassionate because he's dealing with 4400 students. He needs to have a real sense of standards because the Academy is meant to be a leader-developing institution that in- stills in the cadets standards for the Army. He needs to be an example, holding himself to those same standards that he's holding the Academy to. He needs to be informed about the political climate and how the country is run, teaching that to the cadets and seeking to make decisions that will ben- efit the Academy. How did you prepare for taking on such a great task? . Luckily I had a job where General CColinJ Powell allowed me to leave about two months before I came up here and I thus had a two-month transition period which helped very much. I began by reading histories about West Point and the various Superin- leader tendents' policies...MacArthur wrestled with the role of competitive athletics... Maxwell Taylor brought us forward in un- derstanding world affairs...By the time I was selected, General Palmer and I had had several transition conversations and as soon as I was selected we had a couple more meet- ings before I took over.. Where do you think the Military Acad- emy is headed in the immediate future, or perhaps in the long term? I think, first and foremost, We need to re- main the premier leader-development insti- tution in the world. We are, we know we are, and we want to remain in that position. That's the direction in which we need to be headed. How we do that will be affected by the changes in the world environment, the quality of candidates we can attract, by the demands ofthe graduates we put forth and by the resources we are allotted. I think we need to adapt to the world as it changes. We are already teaching the basic moral values, the professional ethics that are needed to succeed as army officers and national lead- ers. I believe we are in very good shape to do what we will be called upon to do in the fu- ture. Towards what goals is the Cadet Leader Development System Geared? Is it meeting initial expectations? I think it fits the needs ofthe Army. What we are doing is developing in you the skills that will perfectly fit the skills one will use as a Captain or a Major or a Colonel. We need to realize that the old system was made up of a lot of abuses and arenit part ofthe principle that we are now trying to implement with the CLDS system. For example, Schofieldis definition of discipline was part of a speech made to the Corps of Cadets because they were abusing what the fourth class system should have been. When I was a cadet 30 years ago there were tremendous abuses of the fourth-class system. One of my class- mates was being scrubbed down with a toothbrush because he hadn't taken a shower that morning. He was being physi- cally abused. That should not have hap- pened. Oiiicers have to unlearn such activi- ties because the Army would not permit its officers to do that to a soldier, he would be cashiered out ofthe Army. Being a West Point graduate, do you feel you had an advantage over ROTC and OCS graduates? I believe we have very outstanding gradu- ates of other civilian colleges. Look at Gener- als Powell and Sullivan, for example. I be- lieve, on the other hand, that if you take West Point graduates as a group that that mass of new officers is better as a group than any other group. On the whole, we provide a graduate who is well-equipped to succeed in the Army. LD O l- O I D. D ..l D! O 3 LU Q 683 PRESIDENT BORIS YELTSIN of Russia waves the flag of triumph in the crucial days which saw him become the most powerful man in Eastern Europe. Following the coup which left Mikhail Gorbachev powerless, Yeltsin capitalized on his position as the savior of his country in unifying the breakaway republics. THE FALL OF COMMUNISM brought the former Soviet Union into the limelight once again. The world watched to see whether this former world power could survive the massive revolt which divided the single nation into a unified group of individual states. E. E mimi: nm NNNNNQNW- Having seen the 500th anniversary of Columbus' trip to the "New World," we see the state ofthe world radically chang- tacked corruption and incompetence in the upper reaches of the bureaucracyf, denly became the ex-Soviet Union's most powerful and influential person. ing. Not long ago, there were two major world powers: the United States and the Soviet Union. In today's "New World Gr- der," many critics would claim that the deterioration of communism in the Soviet Union has yielded a void of power in east- ern Europe thus leaving the Unites States as the only remaining super- power. There are certainly many under- lying causes of this radical change, but none is more apparent or strikingly sym- bolic than the fall of the powerful Soviet Union. Union for now. The and "was determined to shape up the h a s" CNewsweek radical new present state oft e ni sse Oct. 19913. He policies, Peristrioka', 'Glasnost', Today, this region is divided into 15 as the Com- This een "The STOFIMIN' NORMAN, the leader of Allied forces during the Gulf War, symbolized Western involvement in crucial issues facing the Middle East. This involvement raised questions aboutthe possibility for future military action by Western powers, especially in dealing with leaders such as Saddam Hussein, who are deemed dangerousfo general interests. UP IN FLAMES, the oil fires that obstacles that the people of the recovering from the scars of war. remains yet to be dealt with. ESCAPING THE TYRANT, a Kurdish man carries his child from the land ravaged by Saddam Hussein. Even after the Allied forces shut down theirwar efforts,the Kurds continued to fightfortheirrights before being defeated by Hussein's forces. 2' Hedling Gulf wounds A frail woman, holding her two little children, slowly makes her way across the vast desert as plumes of smoke fill the sky with blackness. They have no money, food, or shelter. To them, the war solved nothing. They are not alone, but rather they are with millions of Kuwaiti and Iraqi refu- gees trying to flee the unbearable life of living in such a waste land. More than one year has passed since U.S. and allied forces soundly defeated Saddam Hussein and the Iraqi forces. U.S. troops came home in pomp and cer- emony-type parades. The leaders of the allied nations called the War in the Gulf, "The most decisive victory everf' But, what ever became of the Iraqi and Kurdish citizens still living in this war- ravaged nations of Ku- wait and Iraq? Saddam Hussein is still in power and he has started to build up his military ma- chine once again. The conditions in Iraq are unbearable for those still pow- erless to Hussein. For thousands of Kurds, the economic blockade imposed by Saddam Hussein shortly after the allied occupa- tion is still felt in almost every aspect of their lives. Due to the embargo, Kurdish families living in the security zone set up by the allied forces are forced to wait out long periods of oil, kerosene, and food shortages. Even though the Kurds and Iraqi people have received more than 3 billion dollars in humani- tarian aid, the average Kurd or Iraqi will never see this money put to good use in their communi- ties. Many are forced to resort to stealing and looting from their fellow sufferers. The overall sen- timent from these people remains dismal. Meanwhile, Saddam Hus- sein continues to blatantly vio- late the cease-fire agreement signed after the Gulf War. The Iraqi forces, in direct oppo- sition of the cease-fire agreement, are slowly making their way through the Iraqi countryside by periodi- cally lobbing shells and artillery into small towns. Most of the Kurds living in these towns flee to the north, to the security zone. However, this security zone is far past its managable limit for the lim- ited number of personnel in this region providing support. Prince Aga Khan, who heads the United Nation's relief efforts in the gulf warns that, "The food and medicine shortages presented a humanitar- ian crisis that could degenerate into a catastrophe." of troops attempting to occupy these once inhabited towns. Even though Hussein's power machine is severely crippled, he still retains the capabilities to inflict a large amount ofdamage to his fright- ened neighbors and even to his own citizens. His power as a leader and dictator have not been lessened as a result of the Gulf War. What, then, should the United States and the allies do to restrict this power. Many will argue that the allied forces should engage Iraq in another war to finally destroy Saddam Hussein. Others suggest that covert opera- tions would be more effective be- ' dddom nos enough for viidl imporis di ine moment, if ne were To define viidl im- ports os including food ond medicine. In- siedd, ne's buying luxury goods for his im- medidie eniourdge, equipment for nis se- curiiy dppdroius ond miliiory goods. -Pdirick Cldwson, Expert on lrdqi economy cause this option would limit the amount of civil- ian deaths and lessen the probability of disrupting the economy in the Middle East. In any event, the United States will more than likely have to send some sort of convoy to that region in which Saddam Hussein holds the power to finally neutralize Hus- sein's machine of terror. Clearly, the money and This catastrophe, as many ana- lysts of this situation will point out, is the result of Husseinis inability to appropriate his economic re- sources. Saddam Hussein has ac- cess to as much as 2 billion dollars and as much as an additional 2 bil- lion dollars in gold somewhere in Baghdad. Patrick Clawson, an ex- pert on Iraqi economics states, "Saddam has enough for vital im- ports at the moment, if he were to define vital imports as including food and medicine. Instead, he,s buying luxury goods for his immediate en- tourage, equipment for his security apparatus and military goods." Saddam's security apparatus is, however, coming into opposition. Mainly, this opposition is coming from sparse groups ofKurdish rebels no more than a few hundred in each town. Many of these rebels have succeeded in temporarily stopping the northern advancement of Iraqi troops, but they are expected to crumble under the constant barrage power which Saddam Hussein still has is not being used the way in which his enemies intended. The government of Kuwait is now in a state of chaos. The inhabitants of this war-ravaged nation are in de- spair. In addition to this problem is the continuing oppression ofthe citi- zens of Iraq. They are experiencing the same hardships as the Kurds, some would suggest even more. As time goes by, the question which persists is: Will anything ever be done to guarantee the people sur- viving under the dictatorship of such a harsh ruler? Will there have to be another invasion to take care of this tyrant once and for all? To the oppressed in this region, more im- mediate issues take dominance, like food, shelter, and security. Now that the dust settled, the biggest losers in the Gulf War seem to be the millions of innocent men, women, and children left to fend for themselves against the tyranny of Saddam Hussein. W f K ,. J mx ,, I' 5 xi l M ,VA , I as A Question of Ethics From doctors with AIDS to suicide ma- chines to bioengineering, the medical and scientific community finds itself grappling with the question of ethics. Technology in these fields has expanded rapidly, with new innovations being discovered every day. With these rapid advancements, however, comes the question: which activities are ethical, and which must be re-evaluated? ntro ' ' patients if they are infected? Doctors and other health care workers fear that manda- tory AIDS testing will result in "witch hunts" for those infected with AIDS or thought to be infected. This issue, and the question of safety, has spawned a health care society racked with fear and suspiciong many patients fear for their lives. As a re- sult of celebrities such as Johnson and Rock Hudson making public statements, AIDS The most co versial case of ethics this past year, been Doctor Jack Kevorkiaifs machine. Kevorkian's much In addition, has become a universal disease. Due to its almost-epidemic nature, it is believed that perhaps by the end of the century, everyone will have someone close to them contract the constantly tists an has cost the American health insurance companies and patients somewhere in the range of 9,57 5 billion CTime, November 25, 19915. Doctors, fearing malpractice suits, frequently perform unneeded and costly tests just to shield themselves from liability charges. Health-care costs have grown at unjustified rates and at the heart of this problem are fraud, overcharging, and mis- management. It has become an issue of medical ethics and a physicianis responsibil- ity to his patients. Due to similar medical ethics issues, or- gan transplants have also received much publicity this year. In one case, Anissa Ayala, a leukemia patient, was in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant to save her life. In spite of great efforts, no suitable donor could be found. Her only hope was for her parents to conceive another child. If the child was a suitable donor, she could use the child's marrow for the life-saving trans- plant. The child was born, and its marrow was found t e compatible with Allysa'sg o b was performed and Allysa's In a similar case, the Curry family went through one miscarriage and gave birth to two children before they were able to con- ceive a suitable stem cell donor for their dy- ing daughter. They were able to relieve their daughter's suffering and keep her from dy- ll He certainly doesn't stand for the mainstream. will, again muddy the -Dr: Timothy Quill Opponent of D1:Kevorkian ing by giving birth to these children. Ques- tions arose, however, over whether or not it is ethical to conceive a child so that part of its body can be used to save another' s life. As transplant technology continues to improve, many people fear we will turn dy- ing or even living humans into factories for body parts. In many economically de- pressed areas ofthe world, especially in Asia and Latin America, "organ factoriesv have become a stark reality. These factories buy organs from donors who often have little or no other source of income. Livers can go for kidneys for 82500, and CTime, June 17, 19915. as much means of Wim in lf wffwwrrr G U I LTY OR INSAN E? Mass murderer Jeffrey Dahmer forced a Milwaukeejudge to makethat decision in ruling on the slaying of 15 young males. Dahmer claimed insanity as the reason for killing his victims, though the crimes were spread over many years. ! WIDE WORLD PHOTOS TRAGEDY IN TEXAS as a lone gunman crashed his truck through the front window of Luby's Cafeteria in the city of Killeen. 23 People were killed in the massacre which raised questions about the use of semi-automatic weapons and their control. Violence: the reali Looking back on the past year, the economy has been the major issue of concern for most Americans. Unfortunately, the United States has a much worse problem that seems to be spinning out of control. Vio- lence has become America's most sweeping epidemic. Like drugs and alcohol, it has be- come an obsession in our society. As Garry Aviles can attest to, even the everyday activ- ity of living life has become risky. Aviles stopped at the grocery store to buy a soda and was attacked by 20 white youths in a ra- cial incident. Such random attacks have now become almost commonplace in today, s society, where it seems we must all live in fear of becoming the next victim of a violent crime. More and more people are rearranging their everyday lives as a result of crime. Se- curity systems and handguns are more popular than ever as people seek to protect themselves from the dangers of living in today's society. Thousands of people take handgun training courses every year in an attempt to take the law into their own hands. Many people are now exercising in- doors instead of outdoors because they can not run in their own neighborhoods without the fear ofbeing attacked People used to flee to the suburbs in order to escape crime, but recent F.B.I. statistics show that the growth-rate of crime has increased in the suburbs even as it begins to steady in the big cities. It is unfortunate that when the class of 1992 looks back on its graduating year, the memories will be tainted by images of George Hennard or J etirey Dahmer. As the man responsible for the worst mass murder in the U.S., Hennard's became a household name after he drove his truck through the Hont window of Luby's Cafeteria in Killeen, Texas, shooting 22 people te death and wounding 23 more. Meanwhile, Jeffrey Dahmer, the Milwaukee child molester who is responsible for the slayings of 15 people, fo- cused America's attention on the courtroom as he attempted to avert sentencing with a plea of insanity. His plea was turned back and Dahmer found himselfsentenced to con- secutive life terms totalling over 900 years. These are just two of the bigger names to make the headlines in the past year. In the light of such gross violations of human na- ture, many people responsible for "only" kill- ing one or two people never made the head- lines. Single murders aren't reported be- cause they have become commonplace. What is wrong with a society where the average citizen must constantly live in fear of people like Hennard and Dahmer? Ac- cording to Major Dave Grossman, a West Point psychology professor, "We're creating an environment which has laid the ground work for mass murder." Grossman, who is currently writing a book called On Killing, points out that when we are at the movies with a friend-drinking a Coke, eating popcorn, and having a good time-we all cheer when 'Freddy' or 'Jason' kills someone. Therefore, we begin to associate death with pleasure. Violence is largely a product ofthe environ- ment in which it is fostered. Major Grossman explains that man has a natural resistance to killing other men, but that this resistance is easy to overcome when one is brought up in an environment conducive to violence, or when one is put in pressure situations, such as joining in gangactivity. As violence spreads from the major cities to America's sub- urbs, we are faced with ques- tions about gun control and its effect on Constitutional rights in a so-called "free country." No longer can the average citizen assume immunity from such is- sues because he is not living in a "hot" area. ln the last year, even "safe" residential areas have fallen victim to the destruc- tive forces of bias crimes, do- mestic violence, and mass mur- der. Criminals such as Jeffrey Dahmer and George Hennard have brought the reality of mass- murder to the American public. The message: no one is safe from the threat of violence. "Long before an act of violence reaches the criminal justice system, there are other govern- mental and social systems that have failed: The family has failed, the educational system has failed, landl the employment system has failed," said New York City Deputy Police Com- missioner Jeremy Travis. Domestic violence has also become more prevalent in recent years. The term 'Domestic Violence" was once used only to refer to house- hold 'rights and beatings. Police are now regu- larly called to situations where a husband has killed his wife, a mother has killed her child.. "Women should not have to live in a house where they risk their lives, and children should not have to live in a house where they risk being beaten, abused, or killed,"saidTravis. The big question centers around what can be done to control violence. Major Grossman feels that the population as a whole must try to desensitize our society by taking away stimuli which glorify violence, such as video games and violent films. Other people feel the road to deal- ing with violence must start with gun control laws. 'There is a very close link between drug use, gunuse, and violence" said Travis. Last year, the New York City police depart- ment seized more than 90,000 guns on the streets. In St. Louis, guns were responsible for 70? ofthe city's homicides. Ifgrm control is going to be effective, Travis feels that there must be standardized federal legislation and interna- tional policies on gun control. Drug trafficking must also be dealt with, since this source brings many illegal grms into the United States. f'No matter how stringent our own gun control regu- lations are, 96076 ofthe guns we seize in New York City come to us from other jurisdictionsf' said Travis. The citizens Constitutional right to bear arms has been called into question due to the re- cent outbreak ofgun-related violence. According to the Bill of Rights, citizens have the right to bear arms for protection of property on a na- tional scale, as with a militia or military force. These rights have been interpreted by hunters and gamers to include their activities under the protections of the Second Amendment. Now, however, many people are caught in the vicious cycle of buying guns to protect themselves. Cer- tainly most people would not blame someone who wants to purchase a weapon to protect one's life, home, or property from a raving lunatic. Teenagers across America are becoming in- creasingly caught up in the trend of 'packing heat? What will the future be like when we have a whole generation of kids being brought up car- rying guns? Perhaps in granting the rightto bear arms, the Bill of Rights is defeating its own pur- pose. This document which sets out to protect the rights of citizens now seems to be, at the same time, threatening their right to life, liberty, and the pursuit ofhappiness. Gun control, however, may not be the an- swer. Gmis clearly make the act of killing easier for the assailant, but, as Major Grossman says, "We've got to recognize the fact that the real kill- ingmachine is up here lin the headlf' As we head into the 21st century, we also have to wonder whether or not we will be pro- pelled into a world of a kill-or-be-killed environ- ment. Will violence continue to rage out of con- trol? "There's an obsession with violence in our society, and it is temporaryf' said Grossman Grossman feels society is beginning to ight back against murder and violence, which he says psychologists are only now beginning to study. t'M.ine is, to my knowledge, the only book on exactly, specitically It will take us a century to get a grip on this lviolencel, if we don't destroy ourselves in the meanwhile because of violence getting out of control." The problem of violence is one of national importance, and it will take the effort of every American to reclaim the nation fiom men such as Jeiirey Dahmer and George Hennard. Ac- cording to Grossman, 'The answer is there...it's just a matter of if we really want to pay the price to do it." T991 SPORTS... WORLD SERIES Labelled as the battle of underdogs, the 1991 World Series saw the Minnesota Twins come from last place in their division the previous year to defeat the Atlanta Braves. After seven games in which the margin of victory rarely exceeded one or two runs for either team, the championship came down to the tenth inning. Pinch-hitter Gene Larkin broke open a scoreless ballgame, scoring Jack Morris on a single in the bottom of the inning. TENNIS-ON AND OFF THE COURTS Martina Navratilova, one of the most success- ful players inthe history of professional tennis, also made headlines for her actions off the tennis court. Navratilova's former lover, Judy Nelson, sued her for restitution, but the two later settled out of court. Monica Seles had her own problems during a six-week absence from tennis. Shin splints kept ENTERTAINMENT... MISS AMERICA PAGEANT Miss Hawaii, Carolyn Suzanne Sapp, cried openly as she was crowned 1991's Miss America. Days later, the public became aware of the physical abuse she had suffered at the hands of her ex- boyfriend, aprofessional football player. Both Sapp and her ex-boyfriend expressed embarrassment that the issue was brought up, saying that it was a personal issue which should not have been publi- cized. Sapp selected parental responsibility as the social issue she will focus her attention on during her year-long reign. AND THE WINNER IS. . . This year's biggest movie hits revolved around the audiences favorite buzzword: relationships. From the romance of "Beauty and the Beast" and "Robin Hood," to the controversy of "Jungle Fever" and NEWS... HOME FOR CHRISTMAS On December 4, l99l, after 2.455 days in captivity, Associated Press correspondent Ten'y Anderson was released from his pro-Iranian Shiite Muslim captors. United Nations diplomats were a key part of the negotiations which freed both Ander- son and the five surviving Americans who had also been kidnapped in Beirut. After years of captivity, Edward A. Tracy, Jesse Turner Cwho arrived at home to meet a daughter he has never knownl, Thomas M. Sutherland, Joseph Cicippio and Alann Steen were all released, signalling at least a temporary end to the terrorism of the last two decades. BEYOND A SHADOW OF DOUBT? Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was appointed to the high court to replace the retiring l 5 XXXIXX! 1- x ' I 1 x I I X ' nl ... ' N 1 " , N x N X I - f I X -- x - -. I l f g ..-- 1 f , + X X I 3 .-1' W GJ L ,.-f ff' ff WR d ia l v ,,'- 5 S I g ' X S Z X x X ..... 1 xx! X x ', XffXXf..5,1ff' 'ax' , fi. I -D ffl Y X, I jk-X I f lx I X lx X' f- ig fX.XXxX-f-"', cal of IOTC sense of an John any an clusters corps 0 into an fl cadets. could FIRST DETAIL ,QW Maw- .YA .Ricky Ahn, Michelle Kurbiel,J ell J agielski, Lance Bailcy,Mike nes, Tom Hustead, Everett Spain, John Bur1Jo,CraigCollar. Second Row: Im, Chris Russo, Julie Robert, Michelle Schmidt, Brad Niness, Pat Kile Brown, Dave Nehring, Rod Hammond, Scott Taylor, Mike Smith, n Pippy. Back Row: Scott Harmon, Brian Donovan, Garrick Hannon, Greg Kaz ' ' aglis. ll Martin CarlJacquet, MattReiser, Jim Sheridan , Dave Keppel, J ohnPippy, , Paul Bowers, MAtt J ennings, Joel Allmandinger. ECUND DETAIL Bri ade Staff. Front Row. Rick Ahn Crai Collar Michelle 8' ' y , g , Bailey, Mike McDuftie, Omar Jones, Everett Spain,-John Burpo, Jeff - , , 1 Olmstead Second Row Doug Mclnvale Bernie Miller Elizabeth Bonds, Ray Edgar, Pat Marcoux, Michelle Schimdt, Clem Lee. Th Cleveland, Angie Cfowdy, Carl Lee, Pat Hurley, Dwayne Sharp, Scott Cooper, John Roper. Back Row: Kile Brown, Pat Zoch, Mark Wickiser, Pete Young, Darin Richter, Mason Crow, John Livingston Color Staff. Chad Shields, Scott Girblick, Ty Ingo, Chris Ken Wickiser, Doug Hanson, John Cross, Tom Rider, Brodie Hodges, W6 L63 Eric John Jose The Way! R GIME SECUND D FIRST REGIMENT. ' n Davxdson, Rob Edmondso , DeGeare, Chris Ewing, Broeking, Stacy Anselmi, nifer Jacobs, Curtis Geoffrey Jeram, Walters, Kerry LeF Amy Bach, J1m Jamie Hayes, Kris Weber. Battalion. William Ken Mack, James Powell, , Craig Cummings, Gertemiller, Scott Marie Lou Hall. Alta, Sean Carolyn O'Donne1l, Nate Wallace, Greg Beckman, Ted Kelly. The IJ, WELL THE NAVY HAS ONE LESS SHIP NOW A1 Fu-sues take a CI'l11SeJuSt for the fun of lt i ff C 1. u M C f Y t M, ,G A X XX 4 Q . LV I E? f ' , 'yi . f 1 ' Q 4 ,aw wnv-mnufdaf av -0 n Q anin-Q-?.w,,a-Wv,v,A-tv, J. KMJQM W W' ,, - ,Y fu' 'Q' , My 0 my ,Jw . Ywwmk mf, o., . QWWWWMWW M, 'MN , '.4'Af"'MjfQw,, ,,,oA,,ffQ 1,-f,,,'f",., dw 'mm 4, w x -v 1- H I' XXX 'N X N , ,,,, ,,.,,, w.,...,...-Q - ' . 'an 0 V 1' , 4 -0- Zu. J ,V I '-no wk' r my 4,1 , A . nn.-v--n x X S X wx wa TAG TEAM ACTION. Taking "Cadet Surfing" to new heights , . . . - f F A ff ' ,, V V Im ff, if zrw W 21,1 H u 1 J ' , .. 4 A , I ' ' 1 , 2 , 9 V , , I , gm, ' Z ' A 3 I '11 N I M.:-Q ' A 0 424. H 4 1. v ,gif fy J 5 G L ,,:' IQ' ' :- -'Y , 1: -.- . ,, 1 M . G VS D , i Q . Mwmwawm ,.,,,,, wwf' AMERICA'S FINEST. 'Smokin' and Jokinu' in the halls is an upperclass privilege. A1 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Brudzynski, Field Artillery. THERE'S NO WAY OUT OF THIS PLACE. Even Cows find it hard to escape from the gTey Walls some- times. 4 A if f , ,F t - , ,, , . f K ,HN ,L ,, W. V. V, Unk , H . ,X eevyeveee W.,3,. K vz v L Azi u I M -tvt V- V: 5 y 7 ywwwmwgwkms m,M,,,,NW,v h,, ,:,, Y M ,f,., HYWWM ,,,,,.,,, ,, ,,,,,:v ,,,, , ,L., ,,,,, ,Q , ,, .W,V.,,,.,v,.,,, K T M "" ,.ess .6 " "Y' ' ,"' ii: , V, , . M 'Z5A Ag , ! f ,M fe f , A . ,, 1' if LOCK IT UP! You better salute when the General comes by. B1 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Jackson, Infantry. SELF PORTRAIT? No, just fired up to beat the hell out of BC. SOME FUTURE IKETTES GET PRACTICE. Star Man Andrew "GQ" Lathrop gets some added attention at a home game. g ,M M .,t mf gf M- 3 mf W -5 1 Mg? ,,,,L,Q..wf'W"'W ,W If -f vga' in-.. 7 M2 C-1 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Russell, Aviation. GENTLEMEN, A TOAST TO THE CORPS!! Getting fired up With the OC at a Spirit Dinner. DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME. Striking a sharp pose. XX 5 mfg mlm gncim f 1 11 MQXX, fri K gi .Q D1 TACTICAL OFFICER Major Phillips, Field Artillery. WHO SAYS FOOTBALL GAMES CAN'T BE FUN? These D1 cadets prove that they can have fun anywhere. "THE FIRST CLASS IS SO SHORT...." Gettingyourclass ring is another step closer to Graduation. L , gif' f-x :LI . 1 'II' . i if , 'fb-,EE ' x"-ljfx Y! ,QV n'4 34, Q? '5 SQ' Aigm-, s N -V' 6' ' - 151 Z Z' " , V "1 ' we ,riff L J x., he YA E1 TACTICAL OFFICER: Cap tain Mulligan, Air Defense Artillery. VV,,: I ,.,,.,, - Kr fgir, i If 2 W A WE UNDERSTAND NOW. This is why West Point hires barbers. HI MOM! We always wanted to look like Cyndi Lauper. xx' CRAVATUS CAESAR AND SIDEKICKUS. We came, We saw, went inside at TAPS call. Pittman, Jason Eric Qi! Qgij at NQQX X WRAPPED IN THE SAN C- TUARY OF THE GREEN GIRL. The laundry is certainly going to Wonder where all those drool spots came from. AN F-1 FRIAR CARRIES THE INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL. Twice Weekly 'Intra-Murders" keep bodies in shape and company spirit alive. uncertainty anxiety and excitement were all reputations Csome of which would never be liv We came together in the fall of 1990 full of w semester came and past. We formed friendshcipzis ' e o got engaged. . .Debby got disengaged. . .Bde t fl his roommate spent the better part of his free im o ' w' . fo d and someone to go to the movies ith while his roommate complacently semester Fred and Jim Debby got IT EVEN GOES IN RE- VERSE! A moment of leisure. SO YOU WANTED TO DECORATE? "Watch me deco- rate this 2-1, and While youre at it,, beat your face." LQEMN! 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Henrik Thompson gives that inno- cent look to passers-by. EVOLUTIONARY THEORY. Hands were made be- fore silverware. ,Mi was "L Q . kixif' 1 'i fave if . -. an . ,.,,, gi 4 F. N -Q Z Z 2 3 2 2 2 N. ,W ,. N. isiaisi wriwmwi azamisixis- f Eiliiiigiikiza ,roi ,EW wi k JC. ,gimme N, s 89 La Q s Sl K' ,1 ff 2 dgf M79 ' xi-a x 6 32 5 I X X Q 395E4SSE?,ilQ1f'YE2Q2 fgfgimggisefxg ,mem Vsmais, me awe me 25525252166 'H ?S?5?3?5i3i-e"lwfZ55f:Z E 2 2 E 2 2 E E 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 E 2 2 2 2 f 2 i X X X 2 f X x f X 2 2 X s s E d tunes, laug sail as you empty- - re he m I L... ..,... ,r"" l W, Wg MQ, Q 5 at flaw H? KH 2-54217, if A PONDEROUS MOMENT. John Beatty brushes up on his intellec- tual skills. I-1 TACTICAL OFFICER: Cap- tain Hagg, Air Defense Artillery. TODAY IN THE NEW YORK TIMES... Not only required reading BEDTIME FOR BONZO for plebes. '...4ffiii K -O f, "2 M-W. 1 - X fN....,g,,l MM . New X . ,ff ' ,. Teddy makes dreamland sweet .. - . :., in 3 r r , w . lifiiiiri ':w",-:f T5 E ei f f. :.g152': sQg 1f ' -f: iii: 'li - :", - re,- V- Q i 35 AS MARKED MEN. Barbarian yucks showed their true mettle at Buckner and be-came...RECONDO men! not A ROOM OF CHAMPIONS. Those Wheaties Will surely come in handy for these Firstie Axemen... BSOBG! JUST DUCKY! Delta One Firsties proudly show off their newest aquisitions: their class rings. Second Bob Tom Ron To one! RE GIME tITZ1...W SECO DETAIL SECOND REGIMENT. Marcia Geiger, Rob Eason, Mike Loos, Andy Pero, Mike Neri, Carl Hollister, Brian Gibby, Pesi B . Wyatt, Jacob Garcia, Jen ean, Joe Dillon. Steve Wilbur Rodriguez Ben Cable isenhower, Steve David Curry, Chris Oliver. Battalion. ,Matt E 7 7 Battalion. James Bankey, , Paul Garcia, Terry Merrimon, Brian Coiy Costello, Scott Tardif. uazmsdil Second Battalion. Steve Park, Sean Kettering, Aaron Pitney, Mark Coomes, Rich Russo, Chris Dailey, Craig Baker. A2 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Finch, Aviation. THE BEST PART OF A PRE- GAIVIE TAILGATE. Having that "Significant Other" come visit on foot- ball Weekends is definitly something to look forward to. ff 5 2.5 i N ke. QW, R5 . . ff N was . if - iv. - - A 'QR - X sw S - . NX i i N U my 'fl-1m if - V Q 51 ww iigi M ff lla-asf.-WN ii Q i11wgH'i3f5 ig, sf, X ,avg . .- Niffk. Lasik . -U 5? gr 1 flag A vnu k ' v 9+"S ""2.w MMWUHQ TAKING THE HILL. Climbing the hill to Michie Stadium is Worth it for a Black Knight football game. , CADET IN THE RED SASH. A close-quarters salute showcases this F irstie,s ring. xx .X X KKXXH S L GREEN T . Foliage bright- ens up Carolyn Hughes' barracks room. B2 TACTICAL OFFICER: Cap- tain Oeser, Air Defense Artillery. fs ,N ff, ff Y in ,A . S i 22 , ig? 11, , ? g 5, ZZ ,J 52M l s AW '-.NW 1 4. , K' FEELING DUCKY. Stuffed ani- mals arenlt out of place anywheremeven at West Point. C2 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Gould, Infantry. THE WIZARD. Scott Campbell is a master at his jobmespecially when it involves computer games... J elf fs . fri? DON'T ME! Deneil "Juice" Loguidice threatens to let the plebes touch her ring only ifthey attend one of her soccer games. WK- C-I-R-C-U-S...GOOOO CIR- CUS! C-2 yucklings Greg Griffin, Todd Fox, and Mike Solis do Klop's C-2 cheer for the area hockey team. WHERE'D YOU GET THOSE GLASSES?! Circus animals get ready for the annual "ted parade" that is their trademark fsee '93 photob. USM!! "If you build it, they will come." And how. the Corps came the twenty-nine, to build a one company. "Hibernate and Graduate" became "We ONE" Cwith a little help from Squez and Co.J and Dragons developed a host of nicknames and QRape!l, to Soks Clough Guyl, Rackmorton Gutter fuml, the MEZZ Cthiefl, Sgt. Bob, Clark, Vicious, Mud Cgot food?j, lsh Nalab Master, Aloisius, Tippy bear Van of 1993. Front John Geyer. Roland Not Xawwisxmmwfmfif D2 TACTICAL OFFICER Captain Corcoran, Infantry. oem wme M. W me Q, .M-W .. . lc X .,,, ikrwsw. F X X N 1 Q '55 e ,4g,5,,4.m.MI,.l,.t,MM,.,,Q 5 wt VEN THOUGH IT IS ONLY OUT TEN O'CLOCK IN HE MORNING, James itzgibbon looks as if he has just tumbled in from the Firstie Club! , QNOON y A kryk N--sklm 5+-w93.x+M,swsN,:,sxw . , BALCONY IS Traditionally, this balcony home ofthe Dragons. EZTACTICALOFFICER Cap agamat C' 2 111 5 10 Basketball tain Yeshnik, Infantry. if 5 ,gm Q M L ,M I WM F2 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Isbell, Cavalry. WA , My fig W' l Y 5 M. ,yrlll 3 75 ',7,' Eff? if Ulf 015131 ia '2 EVERYONE IS JUST CRAZY T0 BEAT NAVY! The spirit of the Zoo shines through during the rallies that preceed the Army-Navy Game. BATTLE CASUALTY. A long, hard, typical West Point day takes its toll on Cindy Laoboonmi. "HANGIN' OUT" IN THE OLD CORPS. Plebe Scott Baker proves that even the Class of '95 knows how to do it the Old Corps way. 2 fe EE o 'UW , L , 7 A MQW f'1WQf1azfG ,MV v ,. if H524 WW? W W ' ' H ,W , ' ,gy ff' ,, fm Q W , M,,,M5m,5j, ,3,,,W, ww,-W Am-7, , Af,fL M5 ,,,A,,, ,WA 7, f wZYm4:iWwf4 ,Ky yff W., o G2 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain McQuaig, Infantry. THE REAL CROCODILE DUNDEE. The Gator attracts some "Firstie Love." lwiw , . ,A,V ,,,,,, V vm A V In 0 W f f is 1 f 1 il M, 41 1 1 " W ff .. A ff . . f W 2 X ff ,Y X QQ ,, 4 f W it , q,,, 5 .. 7 ug, W 3 ,. wi , I vf- 1 QW 0 ,, 1 f Q -, 7 f U yr , 5 , w wf,-K . , i f- A JM IIWJM .f Q uf ,f!::'zg,4,. W .. 7 -.,, ' M ALL SMILE S. A proud Gator finds time to release tension. A PLACE IN THE SUN. The Cadet Bank provides a great backdrop for a pre-game tailgate in Central Area.. TACTICAL OFFICER: Cap- tain Hayhurst, Infantry. THE THREE STOOGES. Hal- loween is quite an opportunity to show 0ne's other side. The CLASS 1992 SHOWS THAT WHEN THEY WERE COWS, they adjusted easily to becoming members of the "Happy as Hell" Company. I1 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Browning, Field Artillery. ALL FOR ONE. Firsties show off their sabres before a parade. FIX BAYONETS! Mike Gookless shows true grit with his Weapon. 1 UE SHEEP OF THE AMILY. An Air Force exchange helps cheer Army Football. DAYROOMCOM1VIANDERS.Th Dragon Firsties try to sit each other out t see who will get the esteemed position oi DC. STYLIN'. Firsties show off the C-Mall look.. .J eansdacket, and Sh1I'tW1th103f6I'S. Teenage Plebes! nlww TI-IANA SPEEDING THE CIVVIE LCOK. Before summer leave som e cadets li ke to grow theirhair a little bit longer sotheycan pass for civilians wh en they go home. These two may have gone a little too far! ,,,......L I-454-v----wmv-u P""""A'f,. A A ,M .aw ,,,,,,,N, W,,, : ,0,,W Clark. Alan .Bm ack 1: GIMEN1' ECUND DETAI Ann Rouse Bethany nd ttalion. Alia, Eric Betts, Lakeisha Frieson, Brian Tuson, Michael Michael Hosie, Michael Wil- Siler, Jas- liams, Steven Johnson, Paul Malcgm, Maxwell, George O'Neal, Ed- ward Melton. Michael Lewis, Mat- Shorey,Eric J ohn Ransford, Steven Lauben K' H! ..L,, ff "Ng"4 My 5 fx 2 9 :Q 7 he w"""'x THEY MAY BE ON OPPO- SITE SIDES OF THE FIELDS OF FRIENDLY STRIFE, but Bruce Ryba and Ed Horne will always remain buddies. A3 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Withers, Armor. WHO SAID CADETS CAN'T ROCK THE HOUSE? Big Dan Cooper and Rockin' Dave Flieg make music in The House, . . even if they are only holding golf clubs! THE CLOSENE SS OF CLASSMATES IS EVIDENT. Stace Garrett and Michele Jensen mug for the camera. B3 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Scibelli, Infantry. L 'E fel Ae. 3 Jonathan LOOK WHO JUST WALKED IN. Ken, Chris, and Dan scout the vicinity for fair maidens. Wx L29 LQ it fi Q is Q 26 2 3 ,z as if 1 Q i af 2 8 3 9 ,Z QM A44 Z Z 4+ ,, y I K S C3 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Streets, Air Defense Artillery. A MOMENT OF SERIOUS- NESS. JB, Marylou and Hahn display some of that famous company spirit. PACT DISK? Daiirlghim alteklpls to solve a "Cadet Borrowing" problem his own way. z "GEE, NOW THAT I'VE GOT MY RING ..... What do I do n0w?!" mmwnv ,,,,,, , MMM f D3 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Terhune, Infantry. CELEBRATING AN ARMY VICTORY, these cadets go a little crazy. P- 1 I "Wiki E3 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Barth, Infantry. ALWAYS PREPARED FOR ANY EMERGENCY, these Firsties prepare for battlefield injuries, accidents, or pillowfights in Central Area f l-L W Q,,7,1fw..f,,.W DEFINITELY"OLD CORPS" These E3 Eagles keep the tradition of "Blood Wings" alive. 7 W 1 1 I I I 4 If I X RAP S Ch lfanz Our Georgian, COL Kidd, was not initially known for partying, but he progressively proved his limit and was pro- foundly affectionate of parking lots. Pat and Tom were the most brilliant of us all, with dreams of stars and wings in their future. The motliest of tandems, Wes and Vo-man, refined their His- panic accents and perfected their Friendship. Sean and Chris, one largejudo expert and a smaller MSE-guru combined to bring tales of adventure and chance to our pristine setting. Jimmy learned every language while inventing ways to apply his knowledge ofjuice to the barracks. Barak was our resident literary sophisticate and fashion consultant. Rick, Nate, and Andy, holder of the 3-Marathon tab, crystal ball, and Korean food collection, respectively, revealed their collective inability to hold drink with decorum and dignity. Our three dyed-in-the- wool Grey Hogs Jake, Sarge, and Dawg took everything DPE dished out and asked for more. Alas, F-Troop, soldiers for a time, scholars together, and friends forever. l F3 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Barone, Ordnance Corps. EVERYONE KNOWS THAT A CADET WEARS MANY HATS ..... .Cadets take a break form being "oh, so professional" to go a little crazy. iawfefyf THE FUTURE'S SO BRIGHT that these cadets have to Wear shadesl. WHAT A MUG! It is never too late to flash a smile to be immortalized on Kodak paper. .fx Fl in lf A X w Q . - ris igzfs J i . :Sabi i 5 , I my W 5f9'fv,,bMpg , ' I M I aw W v 122 If MARCH 0N.Taking the first steps in a big parade. AHHHHH. Long Distance Love says it all with flowers. i 'll if i' ik 5 in 7 X G3 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Griffith, Infantry. 1 a all my - Qi? Q-'W' Q7 O ,, x, AW GCD C Kaz THE KEY IS RELAXATION, DUDE. Kicking back is the answer to all Academy stress. H3 TACTICAL NCO: StaffSer- H3 TACTICAL OFFICER: geant Niccolai. Captain Rollinson, Infantry. 1...-..........l F pdf' v Vg: ' fs if ,Mizz ,Q Z y. , H 3 1' ' I A :gum J ww Www A VICTORIOUS SEASON. Hurricane Football celebrates with a group picture. IT'S BEEN A LONG HARD DAY. Intramural Football Legends. if Q l l f, f if 2 'l V Lu 3 f Zpx U J-Lurrzcanef NOW THAT'S POWER- LIFTING. Steve Ladd lifts J eff'V aj da over his head as Ed Shim looks on carefully. I'LL STUDY...LATER. And he was so close to starting Work on that computer, too. MERRY CHRISTMAS. ever said West Point can't be chee Who ry? .-F" 'fy' V ,ww WW I3 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Wood, Field Artillery Y fm ! 9:3am,, , 1' -nwf M Xf THE LEGEND. Colonel fRetJ Tex Turner visits with the Mounties of F- Troop. .a--N Us THE CAV IS HERE. ls this a photo from the Civil War, or is it really some Firstie F-Troopers longing for the Old Corps? Go Fourth :i......4 and Conqu .4-rf ---., Q-W..-..M,. GIME SECONll DETAIL Laura Second Battalion. Darrel Dan Kain, Jenn Shafer, Daid Schmitt, Dan Park, Damon Kyle Marsh, Doug Owens, Gail Colbert, Mike Trot- ter, John Lyerly. Stacey Derosier, Matt Don VanFossen, Pepper Mark Moloney, Tim cy Dunagin. W A ,mi WW ' M A4 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Gabel, Armor. SHOWING OFF THAT PHY- HE JUST CAN'T RESIST SIQUE, CUURTESY 0F sneaking a peek at the camera during THE APFT. Flexing for the cam- this formation. era and driving the ladies wild. OPPS OR THE AREA...Some Apaches head offto the outside World, while others decide to get the full cadet experience! Aw-xceas If ff ,f , f 1' , fr f"N X xl! zu X - 1 f -a .av :fx .l 'Wm You don't seem to understand that we're night people around here sir. Come talk to me at midnight, one in the morning even. JLIST DON'T COME INTO MY ROOM AT FIVE IN THE MORN- ING EVER AGAIN!!!" As Jackson blows CPT Buchanan out of the room with his tirade, his roommate Toby, who has mastered the art of racking through any disturbance, gently snores, a football betting card on his chest. Across the hall, wild Spanish music plays. Inside Laura dances some lewd Mexican cha-cha and Anita begs for some- thing American onthe radio to keep herself sane. There is Doug and Jim's room..."It flies!!! IT FLIESIIII AAAha-ha-hall!" Dave S. and Kurt can hear them IO doors away. Well, I see the two Aero majors have had a breakthrough. There is our own platoon leader Ron standing in front of his room with his head against the door. "Lock you out again Ron?" f'Yeah, Rangeris in there practicing individual move- ment techniques againl!" Poor Ron. Ah I hear Tom in the next room. He seems to be trying to rile up poor Bubba again. "DOHH, DAGGONE IT TOM YOLI KNOW YOLI'RE MAKING THAT UPI!" Seems like it's working. "Here we go Army, here we go!!l...D-D-D-Defense!" That must be Joel practicing for the big game on Saturday. Yep, and there is his roommate G.O. stuffing his ears full of REDMAN so he can continue to study. A SEA OF WHITE. Buffs pose in White-over-grey during a summer party. HITTING THE BOOKS. A Firstie takes a A'rack" break at his desk during evening study period B4 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Buchanan, Infantry. Dewey looks a bit tired as he drags his weight belt behind him. Heading for the rack no doubt. Oh Oh. His roommate Jeremey is sneaking up behind him It might be...yes it is... "OILCHECK!!l" Not going to be a pleasant night in the Klages- Mosley household tonight. Next is our friendly neighborhood platoon leaders! Battalion staffer's room. As usual they are all at the sink fighting over the last Advil to fight their third hangover of the week Cit's Wednesclayj. Dave is describing his moral fiber again..."she was all over me...Gorgeous...just had to cut slingload on her." Of course you did Dave. Finally we reach the last room in Buffalo Land and...Well Highlander and Stingray seem to be having a spat. "FOR THE LAST TIME STING, TELL ME WHERE YOU HID MY SMOKES BEFORE I JETTISON YOUR ENTIRE ROLL OF DIP!!!" "YOU TOUCH MY DIP AND I'LL SHAVE HALF YOUR EYEBROW OFF DURING YOUR NAP, ASHTRAY FACE!!I" "SPITOON BREATHIIl" Ah yes, the lovely couple are discussing their vices again. Well, that is Buffalo Land. Land of the CCQ monster, Firstie club vets and several ty-- "Ron man, you got any smokes!l??" "Sorry Bob, I quit." MAGAINII AARRRGHHIIV' Ahem..as I was saying, and several types of bonding parties. I hope you have enjoyed this tour. I know I have. I T5-ii W fig: - Qi, jf.- ,-j,. -1' S . " I if 'I V K Y. ' ' H I, ' . I ,,,-' - A? "fu 1 , I i . I aQtmmiseImanagesQe.favavsseezeierwseameaiiaemiaasagafww 2 was .w,sg55m...-mm.N...immmsisteit-iave.s....s.a,.mmmW.mmgevasamwmuwimw C4 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Moore, Infantry. V' BEARING IT ALL. A teddy bear provides good accompaniment for the academic notebook. TIME FOR TAPS. The infa- mous green girl beckons this groggy Cowboy to his bed. "I WANT YOU FOR THE U.S. ARMY!" Cadre eagerly await the New Cadets in North Area. D4 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Topping, Air Defense Artil- lery. '12 I I L In ,V 1, 1552? whim V W-',g,:'fV?,, ,V -ff ., WW ' V' 2 ' ez 9 Q M i TE L Zmmw FIRSTIE'S SHOW THEIR REBELLIOUS SPIRIT. The Duke's defy the regulation that Dress Grey tops will not be removed. After all, what ARE the Beat Navy T-shirts for anyway?! l DK W K f my 4 New tif MMM EQ 'li fgfgfft f gaj gl X LIN ef 1 1 X f Mrk BONZAI! The side ofBradley Bar- racks provides an excellent location for rappelling. E4 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Gallagher, Infantry. fi Wink m gif fat 2 E v iftieei i X e leh eet'laim i e e 4 'Ax Q., 1 3 4 5 'lkfu lb i 2 E 1- E elr R ll? gl ,1 or Q 'fm X ,Q 1 ' """'f S ip 'ills ONE TIRED ELEPHANT Firstie John Weisner relaxes in the dayroom with the company mascot Q DRESS RIGHT, DRESS. The company parades on the Plain before a Saturday football game. F4 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Martin, Field Artillery, , M' ,, Wg , 5 ff' 5' f 5 CAUGHT IN THE ACT. The bathroom substitutes for the library for Brian Sicfering. JAMMIN OUT. Charles Chalfont shows off his guitar abilities. CAN'T TOUCH THIS. Plebe Derrick Toddy strikes a pose in his rap costume. F ifsf-my .SE l 1 -X RA S jw Y M 5. X M W -K nfs TON TO A TRADI- The Class of'92 received their at a special private ceremony at Point. 'WT nf - q or 5 . 'xx 'Y , as D fm ,r ,, ..A: A ONLY FIVE HUNDRED DAYS T0 GO! These ladies enjoy the 500th Night Banquet with some Gupps. 1 - 4 H4 TACTICAL OFFICER Captain Looper, United States Air Force ,i fi , ,Mgr ,N Ma ,, K4 ' ,, 41 K f ,, 1' , A , , V, f 32 Y Q2 'Vp W V V' f aaif nfa Mm! I 3' 4 ? 7 5 , ,,,4W,,Wn,,,,,,Y, V , ww gy' iii! H wpyf 7 I ,MH , V ,M ' f ' , MWF 4i"fi. ZZ: f f f WHITE KNIGHTS. Hogs break out the India Whites for a photo in the Superintendents Garden during Ring Weekend. 5 . W: do aiii it TAKING FIVE. The shades came out as cadets shift into the relaxation mode. ag, A ,NJ Q. K , 1 a ww ha . k e 2 all , OVER THE TOP. I-Beam shooters take on A-4 in 3 on 3 basket- ball during the fall. WE CAME, WE SAW, WE I-4's Team Handball team is ready for action. T I4 TACTICAL OFFICER: Captain Weart, Cavalry. HE GREAT PUMPKIN...I- eam's First Sergeant is a real vegetable. Q 0 X XX A fm af ag X XM N s nw Q- .4 3 k , Q 4 Al S . 1, ' X, .V ,X E S Q R, O. ,L 3,5 " A ,:.i ::l5,Z E All 4-. byxg- ' ,VIA E A STOP OR MY MOM WILL SHOOT! Deb Shahid gets a little miffed when someone tries to wake her from her precious rack. Though New Orleans, the Texas shows where Kevin Walker's heart lies. l L ., L ,Z'LLL, V. f Q xf 5 f SX Z , . f i if g If ' x X X x f ""x ' s ' I l x I X X ' I " X I I Z I I S f -" I X I X l X 1 f f I --"' I " f " X I x f X Z Z I x "" ? X 1 '1- N I X X X 1 1 X n f l' X 1 I 4x -,-n 4 A XX RX I , , .l - I ' 1 X, N v ' 5 S S. ' x I ' X ' X f ? I X H f - -- x X , , - 1 X f f I --- X , ,W X I S X N X af' A N N ! n i I I E A r N 5 1 I f Color Guard, with Honor Representative Joel Allman dinger Crightl bear the West Point flag with its 'Duty, Honor, Country' motto along- side the Army and United States flags. KEVIN KLOPCIC lp 172 I HO 0R COMMITTEES DAVID ABRAHAMS The Cadet Honor Code states that "a cadet will not lie, cheat or steal, nor tolerate those who do." The Honor Code has been an integral part of the Academy, in some fashion, since its founding in 1802. By design, the Code fosters a commitment to moral- ethical excellence in LISMA graduates. Centered around the concepts of truthfulness, fairness, respect for others' property and encouraging others to live by these ideals, the Code serves as the minimum standard of ethical behavior expected of cadets. Although a part of every cadet's life, the Code is interpreted and administered by the 80-member Cadet Honor Committee elected by the Corps. A wide variety of cadets ranging from Corps Squaders to "star men," and from Battalion Commanders to Section Leaders form the committee. These people maintain a special role of selfless service to the Corps and to the Academy. Each Company is represented by one cadet from both the first and second classes, elected in the Spring of Yearling Year. The Executive Staff, consisting of four Regimental Representatives: Eric Ruselink, Ezra Eckhardt, Terry Alger, and Rich McCarthy and four Brigade level positions: Chairman, Craig Collar, Vice Chairman for Education, Kile Brown, Vice Chairman for Investigations, Pat Nlarcoux, and the Secretary, Angela Gowdy head the committee. The commitment and sacrifice necessary to serve on the Honor Committee are far overshadowed by the sense of pride gained by being chosen by one's classmates to care for one of the Corps' most prized possessions - its honor. g NATHAN REEL Nininger Hall is the site ofcadet honor hearings, and represents the unpleasant reality of the honor committees task. NATHAN REEL NATHAN REEL Class of 1992 Honor Committee: Front Row: James McGuire, Tim Stiansen, Kile Brown, Terry Alger, James Ward, Steph Small, Brian Tribus, Aaron Yount. Second Row: Dave Mackey, Matt Bow- man, LeRoy Barker, Angie Gowdy, Brian Carlock, Silas Martinez, Scot Grieg, Richard Seaman, John Thockmorton, Matt Blitch. Third Row: Greg Olinger, Joe Dillon, Ben Cable, Allen Haight, Gerry Dull, Rich McCarthy, Dan Menendez, Jamie Bankey, Pete Travis, Matk Ambruse, Craig Collar. Back Row: Will Pearson, Myreon Williams, Dave Parsons, Curtis Buzzard, Muggs Malinowski, Brendon Gibson, Lee Schreiter, Erik Dowgos, Pat Marcoux, Eric Ruse-link. Class of 1993 Honor Committee: Front Row: Michael Kaczmarek, Carl Ott, Mason Crow, Melissa Rucker, Dave Curl, John Livingstone, James Mclnerney, Cecil Culbreth, Timothy Hoffner, Second Row: Victor Ferson, Scott Mason, Micheal Greco, Sean Mikula, Douglas Korneski, Chris Mayer, Pat Zoch, Mark Goldschmidt, Rob Roland, Jason Roncoroni. Third Row: Kevin lnglin, Matthew Harless, Mark Hewitt, Rich DeMeglio, Kirk Anderegg, Eliza Sacco, Berkley Baker, Jeffrey Mayo, James Densrnore, Back Row: Dave Bowlus, Rich Sneed, Darrion Bowers, Andrew Patterson, Erik Walker, Joel Allmandinger, Paul Baker, Rafe Hart. Activities 173 5.223 1992 Class C0lI1Il1iiJtee. Front Row: Jim lsenhower, Frank DeGeorge, Mike Shapiro, Dale Robison, Marc Suarez, Dave Borgognoni, Peter Young. Second Row: Craig Magerkurth, Paul McCarthy, Dana Christian, Rick Knight, Tom Jacobs, Brendon Gibson, Doug Ross, Greg Sarakatsannis. Third Row: Sean Kettering, Wilbert Whitten, Pete Carey, Tom Katinshak, Aaron Yount, Bill Yanek, Ted Messmer. Back Row: Scott Harmon, Brian Donovan, Pat Howell, Andy Koloski, Andy Shipe, Herb Green. 1992 Ring and Crest Committee. Front Row: Michael Donahue, Eric Schourek, Mike Shapiro, Carlos Hanson, Dawne Laughlin, Melissa Emmons, Matt May. Second Row: Marc Suarez, Sean Kettering, Dave Kershaw, Garret Messner, Corina Liedling, Sanford Kim. Third Row: Bill Campbell, Paul McCarthy, Tony Enrietto, Paul Arrambide, Charles Doray, John Myung. Back Row: Chad Enders, Stace Garrett, Chaka Wade, Craig Magerkurth, Andy Shipe. 1992 Hop Committee. Front Row: Paul McCarthy, Mike Shapiro, Tom Jacobs, Jeffery Weaver, Pete Yoon. Second Row: Jeff Siler, Matt Blitch, Paul Arrambide, Scott Howard. Back Row: Tony Enrietto, Stace Garrett, Craig Magerkurth, Evan McNamara. 174 Nu! X , www isis ? .r A L 51 - I A 1. .-,. .- . - . X - . .. . . , . . x 5. is .. X Sv , ix 1 s f" ' ' 35. " 'iff' Q.-,f 1 - ix P sf y 1 91. - A . "' t f . , . . .X ' V nf K '. ' 'I -M -asf: A ' . ::..:f .. , " ' ., X W. fig- . f I. 4 ., -. . r '- , ww- ' , x if , - f .M X A 5. L. e . Q. S- f- 5 ia .M L' wx "1 fi -A K . h - K' ' QM... .... K fs. .. avlwgg -. g r--H -A ff .3 " ff A mg A . . ' 'A , . 5, ., , f. -safsfew-,-1 f 5 F Q i- : 1.3 Pa' A5 555-af' f . -iffy. . ,im Q Y ,mv ' , .. 5. .V V --1 X. ,. L. :,....- if -. . wr .W N M.. -wx. Af- sa ff in .. ww. .A .A -i , . ix X RQ? . A-.. ,- . rv-. .e,..1.-,- 5.5 Q, X . - . 1 5 . Q X .Q...,...E .. . .. J... K L Q 5 .. if -. i f N . K X M , Q, . W: was we ...sf I . . I K 2 2 Q 5.32.23 1994 Class C0l'l'lIIlittee. Front Row: Chris Grose, Brian Helsei, Jimmy Hamner, Daniel Edwan, Evan Offstein, Robert Young, Lisa Whitaker. Second Row Laura Hodson, Brett Smith, Charles Adkins, Eric Tollefson, David DeLaney, Steve Henderson, Grove Southerl and, Mike Masters. Third Row: Brandi Bryan, John Ritter, Spencer Dodge, Jeff Dirkse, Lorenzo Arciniaga, Wendi Waits. Back Row: Chad Duhe, Brian Bobo, Mark Kutter, David Lyle, Curt Keller, Chad Carroll, Lori Turbak. 1994 Ring and Crest Committee. Front Row: Carol Maher, Tina Connors, Stephanie Natale, Todd Combs, Brett Owens, Liz Chas, Ian Miller. Second Row: Stu Shapiro, James Stepien, Rich Heine, Roger Kuykendall, Suzanne Hauf, Dan Carr, Todd Morgenfeld. Third Row: Heather Kartchner, Jason Wesbrock, Tom LoPresti, Brad Bloodworth, Joe Jones, Chris Alen, Channing Greene, Marty Michna, Heather Marsh. Back Row: Steve Chong, Tom Graepel, Ken Cole. 1994 H011 C0l'l'lIIlitte6. Front Row: Collin O'Su11ivan, Steve McHale, Nathan Winn, Kirk Wil- liams, Robert Braggs, Mike Song, Geoffrey Skipworth, John Blankenhorn. Second Row: Amy Meeks, Sam Pearson, Beth Behn, Kaye Warzynski, Ramey Wilson, Kristin Reed, Jennifer Stanley, Glenn Duhon. Third Row: Peter Madrinon, Eric Holt, Eric Barbosa, Tracel Hawkins, Jennifer Greenburgh, Matt Timbariau, Toomas Niemann. Fourth Row: Branden Krasanski, Jason Gethian, Travis Zimmer, Steve Thornton, Chris Crane, Noel Blanc, Jeff Burg, Mike Sheehy. 176 1995 COMMITTEES 1995 Class COIIlIIlitte6. Front Row: Jack Swift, Sean Flynn, Theresa Matuszak, Kelly Huron, Fran Danaher, Kim Allen, Aaron Aarsen, Brian Foldenauer, Tim Case. Second Row: Jerry Rapisarda, Danny Nettesheim, Ricardo Bautista, Jeff Quinn, Dennis Wille, Steve Olson, Jonathon Corley, Tarra Laguens, Abigail Thompson, Fred Kockett, Daniel Powell. Third Row: Chris Berry, Adam Appleby, Jus- tin Lambert, Chris Squier, Aaron Morgan, Heather Kitson, Michael Spake, Warren Davidson, Paul Davison, Scott Guinn, Ryan Marsh, Jeffrey Powell. Back Row: Tom Carnevale, Nate Wood, Troy Ferguson, Steven Cole, Marc Benjamin, Daniel Salisbury, Shawn Beebe, Carlos Palacios, Paul Kirschbaum, Shelby Buchly. 1995 Ring and Crest Committee. Front Row: Missy Fulmer, Kelly Brown, Kimberly Beck, John Kennedy, Stephanie Arnold, Todd Howard, Raymond Lund, Dunn Yoshitani, Heather Schwalber. Second Row: Cornelia Baca, Paul Urban, Brian Cox, Christa Chewar, Adam Moos, Dean Olmstead, Derek Thomson, Scott Nauman, James Craig, Robert Garbarino, Clayton Nicholas. Third Row: Shawn Chelf, Mark Yurko, Benjamin Hwang, Andrew Carter, Michael Peffley, Hanna Chang, Peter Brandt, Paul Christianson, Stephanie White, Anthony Rush, Back Row: Scott Olinger, David Roehn, David Tabor, Mat- thew Neumeyer, J eff Meierline, Brian Shirley, John Burger, Brian Perez, Timothy Flynn, Noel Palmer, Matthew Erlacher. 1995 Hop COIIlIl'litfee. Front Row: Michael McLaughlin, Dianna Caldwell, Dale Rehkopf, David Beaird, Syed Ali, Ricky Liu, Alison Stanley, Michelle Bencomo, Roberta Brown, Kristina Sinacori, Lan- dinh Ngo, Devon Morris, Matthew Denny, Chris Green, Second Row: Scott Baker, Michael Greeson, Aaron Osburn, Jennifer Brewer, Brian Wortinger, Mark Walters, Blake Church, Mark Bliss, Douglas Kim, Paul Laroque, Michael Rayburn, Clinton Watts, Graham Swenson, Alex Weymeyer, Randy Barrington. Third Row: Gary Godbee, Scott Guinn, Derrick Toddy, Stephen Keefe, Sarah Ross, Sean Smith, Sharon Jefferies, Younga Williams, Nicole Sinadinos, Sarah Eichinger, Yvette Turner, John Gregos, David Box, Allyson Toce, Marc Folsom. Back Row: Slade Beaudoin, Victor Vallerga, Reid Brewer, Brian Sullivan, William Parker, Jacob Talbot, Brian Mello, Derek Placke, Michael Armstrong, Steven Gratzer, Christopher Dodd, Craig Smith, Michael Tobey. Activities l 7 7 SPECIAL OL PICS T ...Q W ' N' 'P' . in NATHAN REEL The 1992 Orange County Special Olympics were a huge success for all involved: athletes, cadets, officers, enlisted, dependents and civilians. The day started on a good note when the sun broke through the ominous clouds early in the morning. The day only improved from that point on. Six hundred athletes and more thanlOOO volunteers attended the games, which count on West Point cadets and other personnel to operate successfully. The athletes competed in a variety of track, field, swinning and adaptive events. The games were a social event in addition to being an athletic endeavor. Mule riders, Rabble Rousers, a cadet rock band, the glee club, clowns, face painters and a petting zoo all contributed to the festive atmosphere of the games. Most importantly, the Olympics gave cadets a chance to share the day with a group of people who, though disabled, are willing to put forth the effort to be their best. Both the cadets and the athletes took away a great deal from the day. NATHAN REEL Taking the I'eil1S, one special olympian enjoys a horseback ride with the help of some new cadet friends. 178 "CRUT 13011011 this," says this Olympian as he shows off a silver medal he won in one of the many track and field events. Pil'lChiI1g IIOSGS was one Way olympians ex- pressed the new friendships they made with cadets and others through the activities. Traveller? Or is it Trooper?This olympian takes advantage of the opportunity to pet an Army mule While Wearing her new cadet gym-alpha shirt. NATHAN REEL NATHAN REEL NATHAN REEL if . NATHAN REEL NATHAN REEL All palnted up, Cadet '4Su1ly" gets himself Planning strategy, this olympian and his ca- decorated before entertaining the crowd ofolympians, det sponsor get ready for the Wheelchair race, one of cadets, family and friends. several events unique to the Special Olympics. Agtivities 179 JO PHILLIPS JEFF BENCIK As she shows a little pre-game spirit, An- gela Gowdy flies high over a Friday night spirit dinner. Trying her best to conceal her tenseness over the upcoming crucial play, Carolyn Hughes watches the action on the field. As they attempt to tower over the Corps, the dedicated Rabble Rousers show off one of thire products of many hours of hard work. 180 RABBLE no sims .iii 4 DAVID ABRAHAMS The high spirited cadets that make up the Rabble Rousers contribute their time and energy year-round to think of new ways to raise spirit within the Corps. Their job is to lead the Corps in their support of Army Athletics, especially the Army Football Team in the Fall. But their work does not end with leading cheers on the football field. The Rabble Rousers can be seen at just about any major Amy sporting event, leading the cadet support of the Black Knight teams. But the spirit leadership and acrobatics seen at the games is only the outcome of much hard work by the individual cadets that make up the Rabble Rousers. New dances are choreographed by Mary and Mandy, while Dave and Joel keep us all young at heart with their antics. Darryl stays on top of things- -no kidding, just watch the "Rocky" routine. D'Hania and John entertain the crowds with their amazing back handsprings. J ami keeps us from starving because of her cake and pie donating friends. Angie, Vince, J ami, Joel, Tara, Paul, and George fly the friendly skies to cheer for the Army team in Colorado. Carolyn, Josh, Lori, Jennifer, and Carlos attempt to keep hold of their dignity Cand sanityj while cheering crazily for another Army team victory. Rob dances wildly on the football field when he gets excited about another victory Cor he just likes the songl. But with all this work, if it weren't for the leadership of Dr. B., Bubba, and Mary, the individual efforts ofthe Rousers would never come together to the form the coherent spirit leadership seen at Army athletic events. So together this motley group forms the Rabble Rousers of the Army Team. GO ARMY! DAVID ABRAHAMS DON TIDWELL K' 'Mr The Rabble Rousers demonstrate one of their Well-choreographed cheers in anticipation ofa soon-to-be touchdown. As she shows off her bright smile, Mary Mace prepares to lead the Corps in another spirited cheer. Tara Monte stands tall in front of the crowd as she leads the onlooking crowd in a high flying cheer. SWVHVHSV GIAVG "A" MAN AND THE OLD GRAD Stick close by each other as they cheer the Army team to Victory. GIVING IT ALL THE INTENSITY HE HAS, Mike White ofthe Cannon Cock- ers helps to shoot Army to victory. AS THEY STAND POISED AT THE BREECH of their 75mm spirit can- non, Mike White and Sue Chong anticipate an Army touchdown. 182 SPIRIT SUPPURT STEVE VANASKIE The Rally Committee is a loose band of heroes and heroines who have taken it upon themselves to support the football team as well as other corps and club squads. We are the Cannon Cockers, the Tank Drivers and the Sound Guys. It is our solemn duty to invigorate the Corps so that our fellow cadets will not suffer at the hands of the opposing team, but will triumph in all glory. The Cannon Cockers found extra help this year in completing their mission. The Engineer Platoon generously donated a PAC 75 Howitzer and a three-man crew led by SGT McGowen to add thunder to Army athletics. This contribution allowed Mike Owens and the cannoniers to rock the stadium fand annoy more than one refl. Chuck Lewis and his faithful sidekick Dave Siry conducted constant armor recon missions at halftime which resulted in many female "prisoners of war." Finally, the Sound Guys also brought noise to Nlichie Stadium. At first they stretched the limit of the overworked sound system from years hence, but help came late in the season. The PSYOPS unit came to the rescue with SGT White on point. Dave Chiesa and Paul Amrhein brought forth the voice of the 12th man loud and clear from that day on. MARK COURTENAY AFTER INTRODUCING AN ASPIR- ING ARMY FAN to the field View of Army Football, the Black Knight safely passes the young fan back to his mother. E X cn 4 Z2 4: P u.1 b Ll-l i- an THE FEARLESS BLACK KNIGHT attempts to fend off another school's weak mascot during some half- time antics. DIRTMAN!!! Not only does the Army Team receive spirit support from orga- nized cadet groups, but many others, in- cluding superhuman terrain analysts from the Environmental Engineering De- partmentjoin in the fun ofArmy football. AWN OLDS Wm wg. 2, - u, if Es 33 'Ax 1 -mf 184 Forming an indomitable wall of spirit support, the Band , backed by the Corps, cheers Army to victory. Sporting their Western duds, these Mule Riders pose with their studly, and somewhat moody, counterparts. gifs I 1 Grinning as he enjoys the great job that he has been given, Joe Napier '93 does his turn of duty faithfully with the shovel. Riding a mule like Traveleris not always as easy a task as the able Mule Riders make it look. It takes patience and traing to be able to keep such picky animals satisfied. As they blow for all they're worth to support the Army team, Jen Boggs '92 and Eric Wojtkun '93 play another rendition of "On Brave Old Army team." MIDHHEK :l:lElf' HOG :! U E Fl C' i-' MULES MARK COLIRTENAY This year, as in the past, the LISMA Cadet Band cheered on the Army teams as the nucleus of Army Spirit. Consisting of cadets from all classes, the Cadet Band supported everything from basketball to water polo in order to help provide a winning impetus. In addition to their mission as a "pep band," the Cadet Band also provided a spring concert band, jazz band, annual Christmas carolers, and other ensembles. As the largest and one of the most active clubs at West Point, the Cadet Band not only provides great opportunities to stir the spirit of the corps but also soon becomes an unequaled leadership challenge. As a place to meet friends and provide team support, the "Nucleus of Army Spirit" continued to meet those challenges. Go Nucleuslllll The Mule Riders saw their share of the good, the bad, and the ugly this year. Led by A-4 Apache Buddy Frick, the team succeeded in becoming a part of West Point history. With the disappearance of four mules the year began to look bad, but fellow Mule Rider Diamond Don Bice saved the day when he drove the team down to Annapolis to get the mules back. For his efforts and a cut above the eye, he gets the pleasure of spending his weekends here at Club Med on the Hudson all second semester. The ugly part of the season came in when the two Cow mule riders, Joe Napier and Jeff Blaney, tried to compete for the top position on the Buddy Can't Ride Club. Joe won, even though there were two new riders, Karsten Haake and Ed Napier to compete as well. But after all was said and done, the Mule Riders were present to ride with the Army team to all its' victories. The Voice of Army Sports is the Sports Department ofWKDT. lt's mission is to provide the Corps of Cadets and the West Point Community with quality radio broadcasts of Army sporting events. Cadets of all classes serve as play-by-play announcers, color analysts, technicians, and spotters, gaining valuable experience in the field of sports broadcasting. They also travel with the Army teams, going to all major away sporting events as members of the spirit support group. This year, The Voice of Army Sports covered Army football, ice hockey, men and women's basketball, baseball, and softball. STEVE VANASKIE As the players of the largest band iI1StI'lll'I1eI1tS, the members of the tuba section always spell out the reason they work so hard--"Go Army!" Activities 185 PIPES 8: DR MS SCOTFY GRAHAM Early in the fall of 1972, a determined group of nearly ninety cadets met in North auditorium of Thayer Hall to plan the formation of a band of Pipes and Drums. Eighteen months later to the astonishment of the Corps of Cadets a fully kilted band of eighteen cadets appeared in Washington Hall. At first self-supported, the band acquired a number of friends, including a retired Sgt. Major from the Coldstream Gaurds and a local Pipe Major from Cronwall, N.Y. Under their guidance the band achieved the recognition of the Corps of Cadets. The Corps' enthusiastic support enabled the band to Win the official approval of the Military Academy. Today the band numbers nineteen for ceremonial purposes. All but one cadet learned to play the pipes at West Point Without formal instruction prior to his appointment to the Academy. Actually, Americans first marched to the sound of Pipes during the revolution at Cowpens, Saratoga and other battles. The tradition hung on through the Civil and Spanish-American Wars. Today, the Ninth Infantry Division maintains its own band helping to continue the tradition. Plans for possible half-time shows and post-parade performances are now under consideration for the coming academic year. The Pipes are here to stay. Star piper Scotty Graham fills his bags with air from his strong piping lungs. Showing a mix of Scottish heritage and American Patriotism as they perfrom present the colors at the Spring Tattoo. ei , Although usually overlooked, the in- novation ofthe propeller has been one the greatest aviation improvements this century, rendering a third dimension to the battlefield and a new activtiy of enjoyments for the members ofthe Flying Club. Coming in low over the crowd, the Parachute establishes the pre-game tone by claim- ing the football field for the soon-to-dominate Black Knight football team. NATHAN REEL JEFF BENCIK XXX ll. . ..A. 188 NATHAN REEL PARACHUTE FLYING CLUB WILLIAM BROWN For the first time in the Parachute Team's 30 year history, the team brought home both a team and individual National Championship. Robert O'Brien, Jason Smallfield, Aaron Mebust, Chris Crosby, Bill Miranda, Aaron Tipton, Rob Sheets and Quincy Greene spent their First Class year in an intensive drive for the title. With much help from the Golden Knights at Ft. Bragg, N.C., the team was able to put together a winning effort against perennial favorite Air Force. Robert O'Brien won first in Masters Accuracy and combined that with a third place in Style to be named National Champion. Both individual and team victories are the first in the Academy's 30 year parachuting history. Will Brown, Rob Ells, Ron Ells and Gery Sullivan all came away with Intermediate places for the second class. Superior coaching and a desire to win were the keys to the upset victory that took place in Arizona in December 1991. The United States Military Academy Flying Club continued to provide extracurricular involvement in general aviation for the Corps of Cadets in the 91-92 academic year. The flying club provided members an opportunity to prepare for the FAA Written Exam through weekly ground school lessons supervised by experienced members of the club. Training flights in Cessna 152 and 172 aircraft on the weekends gave members practical flying experience to prepare them to be certified private pilots. On Sunday, October 13th, the Flying Club took over 90 cadets and civilians out to Richmor Aviation for the annual Fun Fly. After coffee and donuts at 7 a.m., everyone went for a half hour ride over West Point in a Cessna 172, played volleyball and football, and finished up with hamburgers from the grill. The Fun Fly was a complete success, and an expanded version is in the works for this spring, which will include an exhibit of many exciting aircraft from the New York area. WILLIAM BROWN Activities 189 The Cadet Drill team passes in review during their football half-time perfor- mance. The Drill Team Commander, Anthony Judge, inspects his glove to decide Whether his troops' Weapons are up to standard. As he inspects the barrel of his troop's rifle, the Commander verifies the level of dedication to detail that is exlemplfied by the Drill Team. 190 DRILL STEVE VANASKIE Over the course ofthe past year, the Drill Team has achieved many goals. Though there were many rough times, there were also many good times. One of the highlights included performing for the children of Dobbs Ferry. We were also honored with an invitation to perform during a televised "Welcome Home Celebra- tion" for returning Desert Storm Troops in Scranton, PA. The best show, however, was probably the Vanderbilt show at Michie Stadium, performed specifically for the Corps. The response and recognition we received was incredible, everyone on the team appreciates the support and encouragement the Corps has given us. In the immediate future, the Drill Team plans to go international. For the first time in the history of the Drill Team, are scheduled to perform at RMC and in Puerto Rico. The Drill Team will represent the Corps through another television ,event--this time for a viewing audience of over 250 million people. Plans for the the distant future include expanding our number of perfomrances, to include a trip to Hawaii, hosting a Drill competition at West Point, and of -course, the further "promotion of the art of exhibition drill."FiX Bayonets! kTEVE VANASKIE Perfect linear precision is the name of the game for exhibition drill, and the Cadet Drill Team does it best. To make it look so easy, the Drill Team must practice hour upon hour to be able to perform their precisely-timed move- ments. STEVE VANASKIE Jil ,guesses ...f.a. Mic sh KDT those W 't make it to the I I 8 I B CS, ro casts every e from Stadium to the West Point area. I - 1 DON TIDWELL hills 0 1 r's Neil Willis his "lig h" on acoustic gmt . DON 5 WILLIS The Cadet Hop Bands club continued to strive for musical excellence this year, despite the untimely dismissal of Kevin Talley, the well-known drummer for "The Knockersf' last year's Led Zeppelin and Rush-oriented cover band. The band continued with the addition of Tony Testa on percussion and was renamed RSE. Recording and production of the Army!Navy Video was a highlight of the first semester and the Battle of the Bands finished out the year in May. Nick Louis continued to impress all with his developing talent, and 4'Baldw Chuckie Armstrong moved on with his new lineup. After a great year all around, I will be sad to say goodbye to my fellow musicians. Keep playing and pray for bigger budgets. "What? A radio station? At West Point?" Yes, we do have a radio station at West Point, even though what it is and does may not be widely known. WKDT operates on 89.3 FM and provides daily information, music, and entertainment to the Corps of Cadets, staff and faculty, and surronding areas. But that is not all that WKDT does. WKDT also supports the academy by providing entertainment at several academy functions. We broadcast several academy functions. We broadcast several Army sports, to include football, basketball, baseball and softball, and hockey. Often we are the only broadcast available to the Corps and staff. Also, we provide music and dancing at both Ike Hall and the Firstie Club, as well as various parties and functions at the academy. Besides providing entertainment around the academy, WKDT appeals to a broad listening audience around the acadmey. Beyond our basic format of modern rock, we have specialty shows for jazz, country, classic-rock, hevy metal, and R8zB. All of this is keyed by the cadets on the air, who provide their own personal talent, humor, and taste. WKDT is completely run by cadets. We conduct business like many other radio stations around the country-- maintaining contact with various record companies, compiling airplay charts, and providing public service announcements. We have special programs and promotions. These jobs are run and organized by the cadets at all class-levels. We have a firstie General Manager, cows at staff positions like music director and activities director, and yearlings as assistants. WKDT is the only club on West Point that runs all day, fom 0800-2330. We provide entertainment to the Corps every day, on the radio and at the various activities we support. Whether on the radio, sports broadcasts, or dances, WKDT is supporting the Corps. Activities 193 l THE TRE JASPER RODGERS The Staff and Ushers Club performs two functions for the Corps of Cadets. First, it provides a way for the lower classes to get away from the barracks and to interact with civilians. Secondly, members of Staff and Ushers are performing a guard duty as they assume the roles of theater ushers down at Eisenhower Hall. Members of the club arrive at the theater early to ensure that it is acceptable for the Great American Public and to receive any special instructions for that day's performance. They then take patrons' tickets, hand out programs, and seat people. Members of the club are available throughout the evening to take care of patrons' problems and to answer questions about the Academy. After the performance, they help police up the theater and enjoy a late dinner together down in the cadet restaurant. Over the last four years the Theatre Arts Guild has been very rewarding. Where else can you learn everything there is to know about the intracacies of modern production? TAG has worked for such productions as CATS, Oklahoma, and others doing all ofthe backstage work from lights, props, to a chance to learn all the technical details behind a scene, but you also get a chance to act in the various plays that TAG puts on production. This past year for instance, we put on "My Three Angels" and Shakespeare's "As You Like It," both of which were very successful and a lot of fun, I know that when I leave West Point, one thing that I will miss greatly will be those afternoons which were spent at the theatre working with Fred Goldsmith, Bill Youngbird, Bill Robertson, and Larry Gore, and all of the other cadets. I hope that as the years go by others will get the same enjoyment from the theatre as I did. Jasper Rogers CIC 1991-1992 ANDY MACK AHUIIEEF S3fiSfi6d CUSIOIHCI' comet in cont c'withst1:tf:ind ushers ut Eisenhower Hall. Here, asking for help in finding his scant. 194 0,52 ANDY MACK Taking tickets is fltn for one ofthe rnany cadets who participated in staff and ushers. "Vive L21 FI'HIlL't" scene featured Mike Rolli. Matt Powell and Dennis Onetl in the Theatre At is Guild Droduction of "My Three Angels." ,F ,Li Q, I 55 QW , f "1 g m ' f f, A ,, effawsew ye.. ., ,A H 5 f , 37:3 2, f, ,,,w2-wa.. f ,,,,, 5,541 ,, ,E ,W I .,q ' 2? V . . 7, of the st experiences Q Vi - f the arg skeptical C Q DAVID ABRAHAMS The purpose of the Alchohol and Drug Dependency Intervention Council CADDICJ is "To educate the Corps of Cadets on the problems of substance abuse, develop appropriate interventions in cooperation with Academy agencies, and provide feedback to the Office of the Commandant on substance abuse matters." The specific mission this year was to "de-glamorize" alcohol. The goal was to educate the Corps on the inherent responsibili- ties as an officer in the United States Army in the areas of drugs and alcohol. Administering breathalyzers Cvoluntarilyl at the Firstie Club was the most successful endeavor this year. The council consists of a First and Second Class representative from each company, four regimental representatives and the Brigade A!S1 for human resources who serves as the president. The members of the council administered and monitored the cadet alcohol awareness programs throughout the year. The work and sacrifice of the members is greatly appreciated. Thanks for a job Well done! Ever wonder if there was something that you could do to help somebody and have fun at the same time? That is what BIG BROTHERS AND SISTERS provides cadets--the satisfaction of helping someone combined with the chance to escape into a child's world for a few hours. Beginning in 1978, a handful of cadets would take a break from the routine to visit children from the surrounding area, sacrificing their most precious commodity, time. Since then, more people are realizing that providing the children with companionship, attention, and role models more than justifies the sacrifice. Today, the club membership is greater than 200 cadets. ln addition to the club expansion, the visits have become more diverse to include football, hockey, basketball games and trips to the YMCA, the Bronx Zoo, and the Statue of Liberty. However, the annual picnic at Round Pond, which kicks off each year, remains to be the time-tested favorite, a time when old acquaintances are renewed and new friendships begin. The best part about the club is that although many cadets look for a permanent companion, the membership isn't fixed, thus, anybody and everybody could be a member, regardless of whether of not they had time to be with the children year- round. Big Brothers and Sisters represents the best possible investment a cadet can make toward the future. The happiness that they provide extends beyond the children to family, friends, and the cadets themselves. f i l 1 l l 1 l ...L ACADEMY PHOTO ' g a " , .r W ' The Contemporary Affairs Seminar: 1 Front Row: MAJ Veney, Aaron Roberson, Lakeisha DAVID ABRAHAMS Frieson, Shannon Johnson, Shannon Johnson, Kofo Martin, Toya Davis, Veronica Robertson, Wendy WWW? Hunter, Odessa Maxwell, Erica Young, Margaret Janes Desi Wyau, Secoizil Row: Latonya Jackson, Sam Cav? iW9SS,J31'1'1:'S Hall, Dana Allmond, TonyDavis, K1 idran Carfr. Richa rd Ward, Clay Lf an Nicholas, John Syurs, Pheobe l':-Tiny Dominique Carmiglweal. Third Row: James Jennings, Mike Smith James Wideman, Dietrifh Seamster, Dave London, Ken Mack, J amaal Jenkins, Randy Johnson. Fourth Row: Alexander Whittaker, Robert Bragg, Dave McDowell, Patrick McCabe, Brian Smith, Chris Williams, Mike Crenshaw, Alexander Simmons. Back Row: Dewey Mosley, Peter Young, Chaka Wade, Albert Hawkins, Craig Cummings. ' , -' , - assi st . 3 :r rr..'.E,:g,:,.Z:L-gf:,:,,E,:E,,?-ESI, NL, 2:-.Zigi . t ft- ,. W, J Q, . . . N E . If This Firstie isn't punishing his y0i2I1geI' friend, he is simply showing him how to enjoy a touchdown Army-style. 1114 he ,mgrp ...W-I Activities 197 1 E Wargamers Club. Front Row: Lisa Collar, Darrell Hale, Greg erry, Donald C rt, Tom Holliday, ' Dauer, lson, Edwa , asevitch. S ow: ris Sh on Jeffer Dot hi s, Antho ale, Doug Andresen, Sam hell, am Hagadorn. Third Row: Daniel Bailey, on Caudill, Jason Barrett, Paul Leroque, John Clark, Terry Phillips, Ray Rase, Craig Barston, Vince Moore, Paul Vencill. Back Row: Eric Duckworth, Greg Ludahl, Chris Snead, Chris Nead, Dan Teeter, Duncan Larkin, Matt Dooley, Captain Gandy. SCUSA. Fr t Row: Rob Ea hris Hsu, Captain h, Bry s, Bill Be . e W: Jason Jus Ha ' of, Patty , An er , Tamburri. ack Row: Young Bang, Stu F er, Roy Donelson, Eric Abonadi, Richard Halliburton. 198 l ff 36' annum SCUSA, EDIA CLUB BILL BECK The Media Club exists primarily to assist the Academy Relations Office s press and VIP escorts. This year the club worked with ODIA as pressbox upport at Army football games. At the stadium, Media Club cadets worked with scoreboard, time of possession calculations, and as pressbox runners. During drill season the cadets escorted members of the press ranging the ABC television network to local media personnel. Escorting also fl d these cadets the opportunity to act as the spokesmen of the Corps as participated in interviews with press coming from around the globe. ln addition, Media Club cadets assisted with VIP visits such as that by the Mr. Cheney, Secretary of Defense, second semester. Other events the cadets helped with included various playwrights and movie producers the United States Military Academy as a possible subject for future The club Officer in Charge this year was MAJ James Peterson of the BM BECK demy Relations Office, and the club Cadet in Charge was Cadet Sharon nett, class of 1992. The 43rd annual Student Conference on United States Affairs was a huge S For 4 days nearly 250 students from all over the world infiltrated West lss l int to discuss the future of LIS foreign affairs. Their goal was to answer the "After the Cold War: One World or Many?" They roomed with cadets in is enj ale were given the opportunity to experience cadet life first hand. Many said was the single most enjoyable aspect of the conference. There were 15 small groups which discussed different regions of the ranging from Sub-Saharan Africa to Central America and specific issues as International Economic Cooperation and Integration. Each small group tasked to adopt feasible policy recommendations for their specific area and it to the conference. Additionally, the students heard several enlight- and thought-provoking speakers, such as coveted speaker Mr. Richard L. , who addressed the role of the US in the rapidly changing world. M, Besides being intellectually stimulating, the SCLISA conference was ifft T... a forum of social activity. There were several receptions designed to 14 , O social exchange. There was also an enjoyable formal banquet at the 1 ivi ' it gg Thayer followed by a dance. Students and cadets danced until the doors 'fii' O f'i' f"i' f ' shut. On the final evening of the conference there was a student delegate W . lt was the culmination of a wonderful experience spent grappling with . Z J future of our country and enjoying new friends. mm 1 Bll.L BECK appr ' ive listen USA confer- e , 11 o yapplau he spea s 199 SEMI ARS DAVE MOULDER The Creative Writing Seminar is an outlet for cadets to present their prose, poetry, music lyrics, or drama in a social atmosphere to other cadets. They meet every Monday night in Grant Hall where they discuss their pieces and compare them to works of past and present artists. The cadets learn through criticisms from each other how they can better their styles as artists. Sometimes new presentation styles are explored such as "spoken word" performances copied from the era of Kerouac and Ginsberg. Annually, the CWS sponsers a writing contest open to all classes of cadets. Eight winners receive fifty dollars for their masterpieces which are judged by members of the English Department. Many trip sections mark the CWS's calendar year. This year they traveled to NYC to catch a play and then to Walden Pond, to discover the inspirations of Thoreau. In April, they traveled to Navy where the midshipmen hosted the USMAXU SNA Poetry ReadingfWriting Workshop. Interaction with Navy gave the Cadets an opportunity to share their works and taught them that cadets and middies may have differences but that they are bound together by the common thread of art. The CWS sponsers many professional authors who not only discuss thier works, but describe the process that they went through in order to become published. Their guest speakers sometimes include faculty members who write their own works. These seminars are open to all cadets who wish to attend. The Domestic Affairs Forum took three trips this year in order to learn about American Politics from civic and political leaders. In the first semester, two of these trips were taken. The first trip was to Boston to focus on state government and to attend lectures given by professors of Harvard and MIT. New York City was our next trip where DAF learned about large city government. The second semester culmi- nated in the capstone trip to Washington, D.C where the focus was national government. We met key leaders in the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government. The leaders of DAF were Cadets David Moulder and Iris Griffith and the OIC was CPT Stephen Wilkins. The Margaret Corbin Leadership Seminar had the theme of "The Diversity of the Human Experience" for academic year '91-'92. The Seminar's focus has changed from womens' issues to leadership issues because leaders have to deal with all types of soldiers and their problems. The goal ofthe Seminar is to expose and sensitize young men and women to human resource issues that will be applicable in the Army, the civilian sector, and in their future interpersonal relations. Activities 201 DEB TE PHILOSOPHY ACADEMY PHOTO Searching for the soul of the Earth, the eternal superman, or the proper use of weapons in warfare, the Philosophy Seminar discussed and argued many interesting topics throughout this year. In club meetings the members often had rather heated discussions over abortion and even child experimentation. Whether it was a utilitarian speaking of ethical calculus or an egoist wondering how it would affect him, many interesting and poignant points were discussed. The Seminar took two exciting trip sections second semester. The first trip took the Club to Washington D.C. to sit in on JSCOPE, an ethics conference for military officials. During the trip the club was able to take a tour of the Pentagon and also experience some of the D.C nightlife. The second trip found the club at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland. Dr. Newell, who had been a visiting professor at West Point, met the Club with a friendly reception that evening. The next day, papers were presented on women in combat. This proved to be some interesting and heated discussion. Overall the Philosophy Seminar did not solve the ethical problems of warfare or discover the true nature of man, but the club did discuss many relevant and important topics. Each topic helped the members understand more about every side of the argument and walk away with a better idea of how to approach the same argument and life the next time. The Army Debate Team finished 12th out of some 300 schools this past year. The team travelled widely, competing in California, at the Air Force Academy, and throughout the Northeast earning a reputation as a strong squad. Competing in both varsity and novice divisions, the Army Debate Team won nine separate champion- ships. Several individuals on the team won individual honors, to include Gingee Guilmartin, Bill Ruhling, Matt Strickler, Jim Bennett, and Reid Sawyer. One of the most important aspects of the well delivered speech is the total delivery of not only words but body positioning and timing The Army DebatG Team, consisting of manv talented ii flix u il and team debatei s x fm nine separate champoinships this year ACADEMY ACADEMY JH' Aw! A, ff Exim J, , E ,Q f an 2 S , ,it 15 3 f f ' 1 W 9' Q 2 E 3 l As he deduces his twentieth move from HOW, Scott Smith prepares to crush his Naval opponent, who has set upon dangerous waters by taking on Scott. The sardonic wit of the Pointer Staffis clearly evident upon the bright faces of the staffers of the Corps' humor magazine. X BRIAN DONOVAN RUCEDXRES 6 TLP? ,A OI TER 8z CHESS BRIAN DONOVAN Revived after years of inactivity, the Army Chess Team once again clashed with opponents in the classic game of strategy. A strong showing against Air Force and a sound defeat of both Marist and the Squids left the true Black Knights with a record of 2-1. Nine different cadets competed for Army, indicating a solid depth and hope for an even stronger team in the years to come. We will sorely our OIC, CPT Titone, as he was a driving force for the team's resurrection and dominating force in the collegiate chess world. The Pointer met with more success this year than last year, despite the challenging new a photographer and permanent artist to the previous staff of two-- a 100012 increase!! This expa sion was clearly reflected in both the output and quality of our magazine. While boasting of better performance over the previous year is pretty much meaningless, both the humor policy set forth by our new Superintendent. We increased our staff: Pointer added n h new read Next staff umor policy and the addition of new talent helped make the Pointer look better and more humorously than any time in the recent past. year should be run just as smoothly, since there was only one zoned-out Firstie on a filled with hardworking, dedicated Cows. The Pointer will be in good hands for another year under their expert guidance. It must be noted, however, that in spite of the outstanding effort by Pointer staffers to produce quality copy, the real credit goes to all the members of the Corps, both signed and 3.11011 ymous, who contributed their hours and creativity to work with us. It is precisely this quality which makes The Pointer unique among such magazines: The readers are also the authors. For this reason, we the staff are proud to work to help create the magazine of the Corp s, for the Corps, and by the Corps. ACADEMY PHOTO 204 ACADEMY PHOTO l 5 5 i S Z Z E 2 F :4 1 5 Q Q E ? E 4 5 E S i i I Q i 5 5 E 2 i 2 f s s 3 Y 5 i 2 BRIAN DONOVAN HP 'K 12,4 1 Q me if mmf' BRIAN DONOVAN The members of the Medieval Club pose fo1 a pre-re-e.11f:tmei.t shot before they head out to reenart a common medeival scene of chivalry. As this Black Knight moves his knight to knight-7, he prepares Im the nossibilty of his op, orient knigntihg his pawn to prepare fu: ifzcrtffl chessly battle. Activities 205 3 s 1 5 , n 2 L1 I 5 i 1 . 5 1 5 2 2 i 5 i E 5 1 5 I 1 r Y i Q E 5 l z 2 5 I 5 mmm Six Pack sings for Norman Schwartzkopf, who poses' here after lmening no a performance by the West Point Glee Club, Styling and proiiling, me Gi-cup tones show that they can pose as well as they sing. 206 X....f ACADEMY PHOTO DOUG MMVALE DOUG MCINVA 'Q l it t . f ttiii V T - it t.r , , M, ,Q,, W t. if: ' ' 1 A ,' f ,wt W I X 2:3 My ' ee t, ' , Q, , ,iw , iw W ,JW M ,U ,V if PM f iw ,, f .7 'qfawu ' 1 M 4, 'wif' ., mf J SIX P CK GROUPTON ES DOUG MCINVALE Six-Pack is a six member specialty group that entertains a variety of audiences both near and far from West Point. Six-Pack sings a cappella music that includes doo-wop, gospel, patriotic, and contemporary. The five members ofthe class of '93 and one member of '94 that comprise Six Pack have performed for the likes of Gen. Schwartzkopf and President Bush. The group represents the Academy through performances at class reunions, the National Prayer Breakfast, the Superintendent!Commandant!Dean's homes, numerous glee club concerts and even Central Area! More than two years old, the club succeeds by being "friends first, singers second," and pride themselves on contributing to the spirit of the Corps. Six-Pack includes: Doug Mclnvale, John Frederick, Darryl Rupp, Mike Keown, Drew Syphus and Don Williamson. The Grouptones are also affiliated with the Cadet Crlee Club, and specialize in '5O's and '60's doo-wop. Four members of the class of '93 and one member of the class of '94 make up the Grouptones. One can find them sporting their leather jackets and t-shirts almost anytime the glee club performs. These guys enjoy bringing back memories with their music and making new ones of their own. The Grouptones are: Anthony Ray, Alan Bisenieks, Rick Storey, Ken Meno and Dave Love. OI! the I'02ld again, the Six Pack group is pictured here in front ofthe Washington D.C, Hilton. LE fr ,,,, . . , .-,,- 1, A,,, ,f, f ',,f wif, f ' ,W W , f ri ' , 1' gage M rr egg, 4 2 5 t , mm 4 2 ,J Sizing up the microphone, one of West Point's talented singers shows his stuff before a crowd at South Auditorium. Part ofthe paCk, Don Williamson. the young- est member ofthe Six-Pack, warms up before a performance. DOUG MCINVALE DOUG MCINVALE Activities 207 X K5 ,.,. -- - ef 1 mum 2-1-Q wr, Hangin' out on the Navigator' Cadets havent furgctten civilian life. s retreat, these Just the ten of 'Sm gather for another huddle on the Navigators retreat. 208 N X Ss t. were r ,aw p f, q 2 , M j V , , , K 4" WMV ' iii' fy Jr - 4 ffz' ,,:1 2 i an ,, :Q f Zum ' " 22, V V 'W fw " A? W My an ' 47 53 Aw ,A .,,. J W2 3 ,. fs fi. . K. , . 5 u 5 r Z n JOHN ROPER JOHN ROPER Y 'N HPC peop e n rl they are also fun companions E Q NAVIG TCRS JOHN ROPER Navigators is the Christian Fellowship group with the following purpose: "To know Christ and to make Him known." It has been an awesome blessing for me to work with the brothers and sisters in Christ with the Navigators. We sing a favorite song of mine, which characterizes how special the people are to me. The song is entitled, "Friends," in which the chorus exclaims, "Friends are Friends Forever when the Lord is the Lord of them." The forever friends in the Navigators have really made a difference in my life. And as the Lord leads us down our separate ways, I will miss them all very much, but I know they are in good hands--His Hands. This year, Navigators ministry has served as a tree trunk in which our members have reached out to serve in other post Christian ministries, such as: God's Gang, Young Life, Teachers of Sunday School, and Company and Battalion Bible Studies. It's been such a privilege to work with such an awesome team--His team, a team that cannot and will not ever lose! JOHN ROPER Getting C0mf0I'i8blC, the whole gang takes a rest from activities to take this picture. Aetiviiies209 GUAGE CLUBS WM, .W ,V,,, M M5 s JOSEPH BERG ER Stretching from Morocco in the West to the United Arab Emirates at the tip of the Arabian Peninsula, the Arabic-speaking world covers a significant portion of the Earth's surface. In addition, the fastest growing religion in the world, Islam, recognizes Arabic as the sole, legitimate language of its holy book, the Koran. VVhen both these facts are taken into account, Arabic can be seen as one of the most infuential forces in today's world. The United States Military Academy Arabic Club tries to close the gap between the reality of ignorance in America concerning Arab matters and a full understanding of the Arab World and its Islamic culture. The closing of the gap began with a Fall trip to the cultural food festival in New York City, where cadets dined on the many delicacies of the region. The mid-winter Gloom Period was then broken up by a trip to New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, exposing cadets to the artistic aspect of Arab and Islamic culture. Finally, the club took its big trip of the year to the nation's capital, Washington D.C. This five day trip included dinner at a Middle Eastern restaurant, briefings on the Middle East by a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, background briefings by the Central Intelligence Agency's Middle East Desk Officer, and a trip to Washington's oldest Mosque and Islamic Center. Desert Storm only served to further highlight the importance ofthe Arabic Language, as well as the critical nature of an understanding of Islamic and Arabic culture. These future officers will find themselves well ahead of the game as the region continues to play a major role in our nation's policies and military training and doctrine in future years. The Chinese Club is open to anyone with an interest in anything related to Chinese culture, language, history, art, politics, food, etc. Our activities include watching movies about China in Chinese Cwith English subtitlesi, trips to NYC,s Chinatown to watch the Chinese New Year Festivities, lectures from China experts, a Supe's boat Chinese Food tailgate, and many other things. Culminating the years activities is the spring trip to Washington, D.C., where we have the opportunity to listen to State Department officials, military attaches. On occasion, Chinese diplomats and officials discuss their views of current issues in U.S.-Sino relations. Everyone is welcome to join regardless of what your focus of study is. 210 Y.. . . , vw. JOSEPH BERGER www' M , ,, J wi: '!" R, , f - 1 . V ' , wwfwvffw f ' 1 'K"'h 1 ' ,Aww Vs, Y , ,, , , ff 4: , "or 'M' ' 'mf ' ' , ' , my wif-,,, 4' gn yi fr , V , 4 , , ,, i if 'WW and I J' , i W , " wif , ' ww? my ,, ,,,- , ,,,,, ,W ff ,raw fr H if ,, M -ffwf ww' f , 'mfg 1 ,f f , ,, U H 'f i , ' , Q A f v 45 if ,, , , r ,gf , M W , M , - , , If , I ff ,, ,, W 4' it A fr ,T 'A 'L W ,M , , ,V I X wk, . get I 0 f f ff 1 1 wWw,f1Q,,f,,,,,f,. af , Aw jg' 2 w,,, ,Mfr V, '- ,,'I-iimfizgaif ,J Aw ffiiwf' VWHH , ffi'f!7f Yxwg, WE ' UW- V, pf, , 'f?fi'7V4 'I'q?f ' f!"'f"i ' ' V I L, V- .. f"- f- my, yy new fr, f "5v1f'Hf,'1f," KQQV , " 'gf, f, ,- ,, , C . 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'IEE A . iwgijiaff "" E , walk , ,.,. .I I If W i ,,,, , 'V V "" ii I , , 4:4 4' ' figwx www ' - g , ,fi,ff..f . my-., 6 ' s M-'fir Q ' .. X I Z 'K 1 5, K . .Jill H yff- ,,,- , - fc ff 'iiya T af ..,,, . 'H' .. . ,Q W , . ,, V ,,,,, if-M .,h, As they enjoy the view at one of the high points oi' their trip to Rio, Ca-lets Smith and Qun os relax on a guardrail. During their trip to New York, these mem- bers of the P:rf11g1.ese club from EJ '93 show off their brand new cultural ties. One of the favorite spots of the French Club members in Montreal, and a Special favorite of Cadet Darrick McGill, is the Res- taurant "Chez Pareef' 212 SOHIDD NO.L'IlW SOHIDU NOJ.'IlW .575 If 2.23 .1 Q2 'I .AQ V . , 5 I f 1? A A H EE RK KING Through exposure to French life and interaction with French-speaking people, the members ofthe 1991-92 French Club gained a greater appreciation for French culture. The club assembled together to watch French films, music videos, and news broadcasts. In the fall, the club could also be found hanging out together at football tailgates and could be found haunting the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In the spring, the club members host their Francophone counterparts from the College Militaire Royale before the highlight of the year--the visit to CMR in French-Canadian Montreal. These exchanges provided the French Club members with the opportunity to improve their knowledge of the French language and culture while having fun at the same time. The Russian Club has the intent of expanding the Russain students' knowledge of Soviet and Russian culture and of the Russian language. Towards this end, the club took trips to the United Nations, Washington D.C., and Brighton Beach. The members of the club dined on fine Russian cuisine, toured Russian areas and book stores, and watched Russian films. The masterminds behind the excellent times the club had were Cadets John Duncan and Tim Hughes. The club OIC MAJ Alewine was never overwhelmed with planning details due to the help provided by all the Russian professors. This summer students will travel to Russia and experience immersion in the culture and language. Some will also get the invaluable training and experience of DLI-East and civilian schooling. The Portuguese Club headed by CIC Milton Quiros and OIC CPT Nielsen got things rolling early in first semester by going on a trip section to New York City and Newark. Approximately 13 cadets visited the Brazilian!Portuguese parts of New York City and immersed themselves in the culture and shopping opportunities of the area. This summer, Aaron Smith and Milton Quiros experienced Brazilian culture first hand on an Academic Enrichment Program to Rio de Janeiro. The club OIC CPT Nilesen is new this year but ready and willing to take over for MAJ Shaw who is now at the Pentagon. The club will miss COL Valle and his family who will be going back to Brazil during the month of January. Cadets who have learned under COL Valle have learned not only the language but the culture as well. Boa Sorte! Standing tall at the entrance to the Col- lege 'Vlilitaire Royal in Montreal, Cadets Mike Derosie: and Darrick Mctiiii imcpave to enj oy the hospitality ofthe French Canadians. IWC-mbers of the French Club enjoy the 1-'Wench st.,'Fe hobpitality orfered hy the OIC of the French Club CPT Moran. On their trip tc Montreal, new friendships were cemented mich as that hetween Cadet Matt Pasulka and Genvieve Prowly. MARK KING meg. 5355 I W i i 1 D GUAGE CLUBS SOTO-JIMENEZ The German Language Club is an academic extracurricular activity which provides programs of events relating to the culture and society of the German speaking countries. We annually sponser a number of academic and social events. Besides a tailgate in the fall, we also took an excursion to a German resaurant. A similiar slate of events is offered in the spring, with the addition of a three day trip to Washington, D.C. While at the nation's capital, we visited the German, Swiss, and Austrian embassies, as well as the CIA, the White House, the Pentagon and the State Department. The officer representative to the club makes available German language movies and television programs from a large library of material. Occasionally, we also offer information evenings on current events in the German speaking world. The club is open to all classes. The mission of the Spanish Club is to introduce any willing cadet to the wayof life of the Hispanic culture. Members include people from Puerto Rico, Honduras, Mexico, Costa Rica, as well as the Llnited States. The Club's activities include tailgates during the football season, a trip to New York City to watch a play in Spanish, and an annual trip to Washington D.C. Other activities include dancing classes, and presentation of popular American movies in Spanish. The OIC for the Spanish club this year is Armor officer MAJ Steve Pearson from the Department of Foreign Languages, the CIC is CDT Omar Soto-Jimenez from Company F-4, the Assistant CIC is CDT Jose Rojas from Company l-1, the secretary is CDT Edward Hayes from Company A-3, and the treasurer is CDT Jason Howe from Company H-1. Trying to understand the rapid fire Spanlsh down the table, William Wuhierly takes a break ftnvn his dinner at the Spanish banquet. The members of the Spanish Club IFYBPHPG to feasl "non frijoles, faftas and other Mexican and Spanish comestibles at a lush Spanish banquet. SOTO-.HMENEZ SOTO-JIMENEZ Activities 2 1 5 JOHN OLDS S3 o WM A ' . Q Ltil gr, k.hkh x v'-. - -reffnz . JOHN OLDS JOHN OLDS Showing perfect form, Paul Garcia performs proudly for the Glee Club during an early season football game. The combination of miiiiary discipline and artistic prowess is always a crowd pleaser Whereev:-r The Glue Club goes. One of the star performers of this yc:xr's Glee Club, Don Williamson , stuns tho crowd with a brilliant periormance of The Star Spangled Banner. 216 if S A ' fw X WGSSQ GLEE r CL B ii 6' A JOHN OLDS Since 1908 the Cadet Glee Club has been an integral member of cadet activities both at and away from the Academy. Performances across America and overseas with celebrities such as Ed Sullivan, Bob Hope, and Mike Douglas are common occurances for this multi-talented group. Under the direction of LTC Frank Dubuy, commander of the USMA Band, the '91-'92 Glee Club performed for Gen. Colin Powell in Washington, D.C., for the USO in Boston, Mass., for the Sun Bowl, and the club travelled to New York City, Little Rock, Arkansas, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and California. This year's staff consisted of K.C. Baran, President, Paul Garcia, Vice President, Troy Thames, Secretary, Jason Cook, Activities, J eff Weaver, Stage manager, and James Densmore, Historian, and Ms. Ruthanne Schempf, accomplice CSorry, that should be "accompanist"D. Traditionally an all male chorus, the main club is supported by numerous specialty groups. The ladies and gentlemen of Mixed Company sing contemporary music, while the Headliners entertain audiences with folk ballads. Rounding out the Glee Club are our two a Capella groups--the Grouptones, a 50's and 60's do-wop quintet and Six-Pack which sings a mixture of pop, gospel, and old-time favorites. The Cadet Glee Club, in its' constant attempts to uphold the high standards of the Corps, always remembers that there can be "No Fun Without Music, No Music Without Fun!" OLDS 1, ,A No, he didn'tjust show up at the wrong formation! Actually, Jenpin Weng, on exchange from the Air Force Academy, was a welcomed addition to this year's Glee Club. Activities 2 1 7 CADET CI-IGIRS DAVE LONDON The Cadet Chapel Choir has a reputation for smiling. And it's no wonder. Their mission is to sing praises to God, and to share His love with a congregation of cadets, officers, families, and visitors from around the world. Every Sunday during the academic year, they march up the aisle of the Cadet Chapel to the majestic sound of the world's largest church organ, singing their hearts out! But the ministry ofthe Chapel Choir goes far beyond the traditional Sunday services. They also sing for Alumni Exercises, the Christmas "Leave Eve" service, Baccaulaureate services, the graduation ceremony, and other special functions throughout the year. Because they sing here at West Point nearly every week, they take relatively few trips. this year, the choir traveled to Boxford, Mass., and took their annual trip to Washington D.C. to sing in the National Cathedral at a special sevice for the U.S. Army. The Choir practices every week, but this group is certainly not all work and no play. They take time out for picnics, tailgates, ice skating, and the annual softball tournament that pits them against the Catholic and Gospel choirs, a fun and intense rivalry. The choir truly is a family of believers, growing close and forming friendships that last long after graduation, and doing what they love to do: Praise God through song! Originally a satellite of the Cadet Chapel Choir, the Cadet Gospel Choir became a distinct organization in 1974 through the dedicated efforts of a nucleus of four cadets. Initially, the choir sang at the chapels on post and at small churches in the surrounding community. But through determination and hard work, the choir has expanded its horizons to New Jersey, Philadelphia, Maryland, Virginia, and Georgia. The Cadet Gospel Choir made its most noteable appearance at the highly acclaimed Apollo Theater in a humanitarian effort to attract bone marrow donors. The choir also paid tribute to World War I hero Sergeant Henry Johnson at the 369th Veterans Association, Inc. in Albany. The primary mission ofthe choir is to praise the Lord through song. In accomplishing this objective, the choir enhances an awareness of the cultural heritage of a significant form of musical expression: Gospel music. In pursuit of this goal, the United States Military Academy Gospel Choir established its dictum, "In the Name of J esus." We pray that the appearance of the Cadet Gospel Choir and the fellowship that we all share will be a testament to our commitment to this guiding principle. 218 E As they prep: re tc head indoors for one of S th eir many out 01 Lown engageiigef-t.s, the Cadet I- Gospel Choir shows off their India Whites. 9 ,, U After the intel. se 1-ivelry of the inter-choir softball gamehad ended, the high Qpirited play ofM1l:e Jasowiec brought him the MVP award. NO ii ima .I ff DJ :Z O LLJ E O rx LU -J U My A X , fl fyflff 4 'IVEIN O EWOHEIF DAVID LONDON w Although Virginia Alcorn still has her smile shining Members of the Cadet Gospel Choir enjoy blightly, other members of the Chapel Choir are having a a little free time in between ,ierfnrmances the tough time keeping alert at graduation excercises. best way they can, by just chillin' out. Activities 319 "M-:san Motor Scooter" could describe this "baja" vt hicle can structed by the Society of Automotive Engineers. The group races such vehiuics in an- nual competition. SCOTT BALL AUTO UTIVE, AIRPL 'Q A Zoooevfi PHYSICS 'V I '-Zi i I SCOTT BALL Each year, the LISMA chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers competes in the SAE Mini-Baja East Competition. Cadets are solely responsible for the design, fabrication, testing, and driving of an off-road "baja"-type vehicle. The vehicle and team competes against other East Coast engineering schools in a number of events. One of the most challenging events is the cross country endurance race which includes serveral water crossings. Last year, the LISMA team finished 5th out of 42 teams. This year's competition was held at Tennessee Tech from 14-16 May. The LISMA chapter of the Society of Physics Students CSPSJ provides cadets the opportunity to enrich their knowledge of physics outside the classroom. SPS helps to popularize physics among the Corps. Many members are also inducted into a wing of SPS called Sigma Pi Sigma, the physics national honor society. SPS meetings are held bi- weekly and usualy include viewing a physics-related video. Trip sections to such places as Brookhaven National Laboratory and the Boston Museum of Sciences are an integral part of SPS annual activities. 220 Model Airplane Club: Scott Ewald, Greg Dol lert, Paul Arrambide, Ray Base, Amy Meeks. ...K CU E 2 BA + H Society of Automotive Engineers: StandingAround V ehiclez Clem Lee, Joe Taranto, Ed Vozzo, Jin Kim, CPT Robert Avallc. Scott Ball, Boris Fernandez, Dan Elliot. Seated: Paul Davidson. Society of Physics Students: Front Row: Marcia Geiger, Rmhard Zelimann. Back Rovff -Tosh Toman, Rodney Teasley, Chris Recker, Rob Prins. 221 waning T' 5 1 'Ref 'I 'W'- :-- . A group of cz nets from Officer's Chris- tian Fellowship show Olf their vegeta- tive artistic skills in mid October. WP-en Odie ll 'ax well volunteered to help oct with Softs Gang, she nad no idea she was going to be used to hold up Gods Gang banners. As Steve G: 1-1 at of PSST teaches the day's iegson, John Muiieiie tries his best to control the peanut gallery 222 BEAN EN J PAUL ROBYN 4147 4671 lil RELIGIO CL B JOEL TANAKA The mission of God's Gang is to provide the West Point and Highland Falls Jr. Highers with a group that they can be a part of and call their own. We do wild and crazy activities with them, and let them know that there is a wonderful God that loves each and every one of them very much. The God's Gang year certainly was an eventful one! We began the year back in September with the kick-off picnic, where about 150 Jr. Highers and 30 cadets got down and sandy on the beautiful beaches of Round Pond. There was lots of food, games, and just plain fun! This year the Gang square danced the night away at the Barnyard Social, got baggy-eyed at the annual lock-in held in the Cadet gym, fed the bears at the Bronx Zoo, nature hiked through the dense forest of the Camp Buckner training reservation, cheered on the ARMY team at home football games and sang and fellowshipped at the Saturday night meetings Cwe call 'em "Rumbles!"D. Officer's Christian Fellowship is an international organization that provides officers and cadets of all services the opportunity to grow as Christians through Bible study, discipleship, personal accountability and fellowship. The focus of CCF at West Point is to help the cadets develop the spiritual maturity they will need to be strong Christian leaders in the Army. Many fond memories and close friendships were formed this past year through Fall and Spring retreats, Satur- day Night Alive at the Fellowship House, the annual Army-Navy banquet, prayer breakfasts and through Bible studies at our class sponsor's homes. The Protestant Sunday School Teachers CPSSTD are a group of dedicated Cadets from all four classes who devote their Sunday mornings to the teaching of the Lord's Word to the children of the West Point Community. Classes are held every Sunday, September through May, and are led entirely by cadets.The leaders of the club are Mason Crowe CFAD, for Kindergarten, Ben Valentine CB3D, for Primary, Kurt Shosek CMD, for Primary-Junior, John Mullens CID, for Junior High, Pat Hurley fH1D, for Senior High, and Jen Bean CHZD, the General Superintendent. Not only has PSST been a great way to spread the Good News to the young people of the community, but it has also helped the cadets in their own spiritual growth. Beginning in August out at Camp Buckner, the teachers go through a series of training programs to ensure their preparedness in the classroom. Additionally, they have enjoyed pancake breakfasts prepared by the OIC's and the Chaplains. And of course, the trip to Hawthorne, NJ, cannot be forgotten on the list of memorable events. he teachers strive to uphold their motto "Born to Grow!" and one can frequently ear the enthusiastic greeting of"Praise the Lord!" coming from one ofthe fourth lass teachers echoing across the area. The cadets continue to dedicate them- elves to the program, with the program growing each year in strength both piritually and numerically. The Lord and saviour Jesus Christ has blessed this rogram tremendously, for it was He who said "Let the little children come to me, nd do not hinder them, for the Kingdom of God belongs to such as these." Matthew 191143. Born to growl! JEN BEAN mf JOEL T ANAKA 9:- My 41 A ter tryin as , in fi ly ove scho kids. ' rowdy t eso e of many o eep control of their en an Mostellar are med by thei tary from God's Gang ach fo ' during one 's Gang socia ev n s. Activities 223 l s X, if --., S SKIP GILL Music H1611 Skin Gill and Doug McKenna come o .xt for one of many rehgiod: a fftivities in which cadets Became iniolved, This also gave cadets 2 chance to intiract with the public beyond the Academy s grey wa s.. Saying cheese is this group of cadets and kids in a urea!-i in the wtion. Cadet: often enjoy taking pwt in events vi ith vhildren because it gives them a chance to break from the military lifestyle. Fine dining' for this guest from the Naval Acad- emy , Religious adivities aisc brought future military leaders from different academies together in fellow- ship 224 TIM STIANSEN ilk MICHEAL SPEARS if l '- RELIGICUS CLUBS TIM STIANSEN The Baptist Student Union of West Point offers cadets an opportunity for good Christian fellowship with a down-home taste. In the BSU, cadets learn the lessons of the Bible and enjoy various activities ranging from tailgates to wonderful home- cooked meals to religious retreats. The BSU also enjoys fellowship with officers through the West Point Baptist Church, learning lessons from experienced officers and gaining insight into the different situations cadets will later face as officers. The BSU allows the cadets a chance to participate in many mission-oriented activities as well, including visitation to the VA Hospital at Montrose, NY, and community service projects for those in need. Basically, the BSU is a great organization with lots of good people truly interested in lerning more about the Bible and enjoying some awsome fellowship! Teens!Twenties Encounter Christ QTECD is a Catholic Chaplain's Office activity. Our meetings are a combination of great singing, reading and discussing stories from the Bible, praying, and sharing in the fellowship of many friends. In addition, we hold three TEC retreats a year which give people the opportunity to take some time out of their hectic schedules and gain a focus on what is most important in their lives. There are cadets from all four classes, some of the best officers you'll ever meet, and a few civilians that make up our group. More than anything else, we are a community that really knows how to have fun, care for each other, and continue to search for spiritual growth. Fellowship of Christian Athletes stimulates interest in spiritual growth among athletes at USMA, especially through breakfasts and team huddles. Members take on the higher goal of presenting to athletes and coaches the challenge and adventure of being a follower and servant of Jesus Christ. This year FCA has expanded to have breakfasts every Thursday during the academic year for Corps and Club squad sports at 0615 in the Regimental Dining Room ofthe Cadet Mess. Typical guest speakers for such breakfasts include members of the USMA faculty and coaching staff. There are also well known speakers brought in from outside the Academy. FCA also sponsors team huddles. The FCA huddle is a group of athletes on any USMA team which meets for the purposes of Bible study, prayer and mutual spiritual support. Some huddles meet on Tuesday evening and some before a game or on other appropriate occasions convenient to the group. Young Life is a cadet run program for high school kids. Living out the motto "Believe The Hype," the enthusiastic members of this group do their best to get kids excited about the Good News of Jesus Christ. 1 Thessalonians 2:8, our theme verse, says "We loved you so much that we were delighted to share with you not only the Gospel of God, but our lives as well, because you had become so dear to us." This exemplifies the attitude of the Young Life cadets who involve themselves in the lives of the high schoolers as much as their cadet schedule will allow. Vlfhether at club meetings on Monday night, Campaigner's bible study on Wednesdays or on one of the many retreats you will always find Young Life cadets on the move, excited about life and overflowing with the love of God. West Point Young Life-"Reaching kids for Christ as fast as we can." Activities 225 Tis' I t 'fflbvi 7 bv "F .- ,' l 445' .ii 7" ktylv 5-I li' . fJ CLUB S itll., , ,..1, he H f. ,. STEPHEN ROGERS The Catholic Catechists volunteer their time to teach religious education to the children of the West Point Catholic Community. The religious education program is directed by Mrs. Catherine Heppes and includes grades kindergarten through eighth grade. The cadet teachers group is coordinated by CICs Tom Aiello and Marcus Reinhart. The Catholic Sunday School program holds Sunday morning meetings at 0900 on the third floor of Thayer Hall. The Eastern Orthodox cadets comprise a unique Orthodox group not seen anywhere else on post. Greek, Russian, Serbian, and Llkranian Orthodox cadets celebrate the liturgies together in English. Our fall retreat was highlighted by Education Day at St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary. Cadets participated in religious services, attended various lectures by theologians, and enjoyed the cultural activities throughout the weekend. With MAJ Campbell's assistance this year, our spring retreat included Holy Thursday services and continue through Pascha. Club Latter Day Saints is the Academy designation for the Latter-day Saint Student Association QLDSSAQ, a college-level educational program of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Weekly meetings give both members and non-members a great place to learn about the gospel of Jesus Christ and the doctirnes of the church. Courses of study include the Bible, the Book of Mormon, church history and doctrine, and other issues applicable to young single adults. ln addition to weekly meetings, the LDSSA sponsers a number of trips throughout the academic year. A trip to visit the Washington D.C. LDS temple is made at least once per year. We also attend many dances, dinners, and LDS Conferences and activities in the area, as well as participating in service projects on post. ln the spring, we sponser an annual formal dance at West Point's Cullum Hall for other LDSSA students in the area. Everyone is welcome to share in our meetings and trips regardless of their religious affiliation. The Church of Christ grew in many ways this year, in attendance, in spiritual service, and in love for the Lord and one another. Our year began sadly with the loss of Roger Herndon, both a friend and a brother in Christ. Yet we take comfort and strength in knowing Roger is in a better place, at Home with our Lord. Our fall retreat kicked the year off with a weekend of worship and fellowship, not only with our family here, but with visitors, old grads and a wonderful guest speaker. Weekly devotions at Gary and Audrey Wright's home after Sunday services provided us with an atmosphere that brought us closer to one another, as well as time to relax, have fun and enjoy some great food. As Gary and Audrey close out their five years of service here and move on to serve the Lord in other capacities, we would like to thank them for their love and dedication. They have touched our lives and our hearts, we will be forever grateful and will never forget them. 226 muff .44 at vii f H I 1 I ff AMA' X ff f f 92 S6 5lDODHld .LNVID Qfffki f Even thou hav S ' witho thei earning that dedicated cadets. he fellows er Sai ining, a he Catholic Cat- lo I1 in fellow- r,ultirnately1 ' is most important to thses ogram of the Lat- S begi ' g Cadet Basic oung LDSers with thi lack of hair, and carries all throug t e acade ic year. Church of C ' tt Front Row: Rob Mccarthy, Wright, S ne worth, Tommy Anderson, 1 n, Eric tchey, y Frick. Second Row: o Phi Derek hillips, C ogers, Cameron olland, r cCl land, J.J. 1 ian Surrat, L da Scott. W: Reg Holland, and, Ri Sneed,John ins,John Michaud,Kyl - son, ason Wright. Fourth Row: Jason Wos, Kyler Cole, rna Hastings, Chad J ubela, J T thompson, Bob Clouse, Willy Martin Back Row: Judy Ostrander, Gary Wright, Audrey Wright. Activities 227 I-LL OTIEIIV SVWO OH N3HdEl.LS SHED Hangin' onis Steve Kiziuk as heclimbs on "Krapps Last Tape 5.10" during a mountaineeing expedi- tion. A T f Si , Q i T W ERIC WALKER I A 7 ERIC WALKER Getting a good grip, Scott Ransom and Eric Walker work their way up the sheer face of "The Sting 5.11+." Cautious steps between rocks face Scott Ran- som as he makes his way up the sheer cliff of "Persistence 5.11+.',. UN TAIN CLI BIN G ERIC WALKER l l l The Mountaineering Club has had one of its best seasons out of the many years the club has been in existence. A large number of beginners have become p proficient in the technical skills of mountaineering, and the veterans arel climbing harder than ever before. Imagine hanging 200 ft. off the ground by the tips of your fingers and toes. A one centimeter thick rope and your climbing skill is all that keeps you from taking a fatal fall. That old physics equation, Fzma, pops into your head. A quick calculation and you realize that you will be travelling more than 77 mph if you fall to the ground. Sounds incredible. Just ask the members of the Mountaineering club, who fight gravity every chance they get, what it is like. lt is a unique experience. These cadets use climbing as an escape from the mundane activities of day-to-day cadet life. We have about seven trip sections a semester up to the Shawangunk reservation which is a nationally renowned climbing area. The cliffs are challenging in difficulty, and the beautiful scenery is rewarding. After a coupe of climbing seasons all of the veterans are safe, competent rock climbers. Every member not only has fun, but they develop a lifetime sport that can be used all over the world. Both current and former cadets have climbed in numerous states, scaled big walls in Yosemite, made an attempt on Everest, and climbed in South America. Who knows what our current members will accomplish in the seasons to come...? 9, , -- lg: 4 gag: 4 ERIC WALKER 55551 ff f xf4E5 ,, . 4 6 , , ,f, W M I Q ' Il? Clar 1n the terrain below him e Wor uring a oun ' ' lub out' d to tackle A Steve Kiziuk, Sean Code, mie ' E alker an som climb in I1 ate New Yor . -ill. ERIC WALKER 3 Y wgw,,1.'f 1: I A 4 l I I 4 'Aviv .4 As the mainstay of the US Armor forces, the MlA1Abrahms has proved itself to be the most intimidating Armor weapon in the world today. As they observe the movements of the Armor forces to their front, these Armor clubbers stand in awe of the awe- some Armor capabilities. 230 DALE MICHALK av Q 5' af. My :Wire T CTICS CLUBS TREVOR BREDENKAMP Armor was back in action during the '91-'92 school year. lnterest in the Armor Tactics Club reflected Armor's spectacular success during Operations Desert Storm and Desert Shield. Armor Club activities expanded during the course of the year. Several interesting speakers came to West Point and talked about leadership, future tank development and the state of training in Armor. Terrain board exercises allowed cadets to learn more about tactical maneuver. Trips also spiced up the academic year. The club traveled to Aberdeen Proving Grounds and observed the MlA2 Main Battle Tank, the deadliest machine on treads. As one can easily see, Armor is alive and fighting again. Forge the Thunderbolt! The infantry tactis club is a volunteer organization which provides small unit leadership training to cadets throughout the academic year. Cadets gain experi- ence in a number of positions to include team leader, squad leader, assistant patrol leader and patrol leader. The club affords its members the opportunity to take risks and make mistakes in a tactical environment before reaching the Regular army. Members take part in a wide range of excercises to include live fires, ambushes, reconnaisance, MOUT, and amphibious operations. ln addition to the activities conducted on West Point, the club also deploys to the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst England, and other training areas such as the CLS. Army MOLIT training site at Ft. Pickett, Va. The club is cadet run and has one Officer Representative from DMl. This year the OR was CPT Keith Haas and the Cadet in Charge was Trevor Bredenkamp. HOAERLL dWVNllxlElClElHEl After 3 t0l1gh FTX, Trevor Bredenkamp's friends hold him up after he received a serious nose Wound in the middle of a thick fight. General Patton, the man who defined Armor warfare, keeps a watchful eye over the library. West Point academics were among his earliest and most formidible foes. As he pretends that he is on the battle fields of World War II, this cadet scans the horizon for the nearest McDonalds to the Patton Mu- seum at Fort Knox, Kentucky. DALE MlCHALK DALE MICHALK Activities 231 STEVE WALTERS efqhswkss .tw S54 - if QQ are .4 4 45,-Q ' STEVE WALTERS Green-Clad Warriors, the Close Combat Team is the closest thing at West Point to actual land battle. Getting his p0iIlI 3CI'0SS, Cadet Steven Walters talks to other members of the team as assistants look on. Evading the enemy, this cadet finds concealment be- hind a small tree in a combat simulation. wi J ,,. ,, tt... 'W 5, ll WW 1. 4 ts ttt X513 t, S, :Q 2 ' I H .n in 'NN t t., -it W .. ' if 'Wt YW A it . Mi ,,,,t . -. Qi .. . i t., .. - ' J ltt ' s-by STEVE WALTERS it ml -3 Mt, W M W t. -H ll l' m 'lm t F, wt 'NDF fllhighgf .at Q-Quik! fat 1 W it-tt tl is sgsfiie 5 'V fe -5 in tg! ? :mmm it 4 3 tt i t 45 st. 5945 T11iS motivated tI'00peI' shows off his new found toy as he prepares for battle. Last minute checks of equipment are important as the team pays attention to detail amd looks towards future suc- cess. STEVE WALTERS Mr' SURVIVAL STEVE WALTERS The Close Combat Team is the only organization at West Point which combines fun with the opportunity to experience simulated combat. Under the leadership of OIC MAJ Rick Jung CDMD, and CIC Steve Walter CE-l, '92J, the club has strived to impart militarily valuable lessons to each member while at the same time creating a cohesive, nationally recognized team. A veteran of many financial struggles, the club has managed to upgrade its weapons and still have money to train. The year consisted of practice after practice with a few home and away tournaments mixed into the schedule. Highlights of the season include trips to tournaments in upstate New York and the Combat Classic III, which is held at West Point. This home tournament has developed into an internationally known event with upwards of 500 people from around the world coming to play. Perhaps the most important aspect of the tournament, though, is the club's destruction of visiting Navy and Air Force ROTC teams in the inter-service rivalry. What makes this group of half-crazed individuals carry on in the face of .68 calliber paint balls and certain bruises and welts? It is a love of action, teamwork and the military. The club has survived due to the concerted efforts of a small, hardcore cadre that loves the smell of battle. Anyone who loves maneuver, tactics and ultimately victory should come out and experience the closest thing to combat that West Point can provide. Carpe Signum! 1 1' : - . ' Sig Y .V ilu, 'T ' " fe? 1 ,, 5 'rf t ff' it i Qa.tlw?wt.i -f,..,s.-if A' i'WE""i gf. . 4"-1352. gi D l ILVII. Wl'XI.l ILKD HOI'Sil1g al'0und, the Close Combat Team sees a lighter side to the battle of paint pellets. Activities 233 BUY SCGUT POREE MARK BOEKE The cadet scoutmasters' council provides a positive leadership experience for cadets as Well as a public service for boy and girl scouts of all ages. Scouts get the opportunity to ask one-on-one questions with cadets in hopes that they may one day attend the Academy. A number of cadets get the opportunity to plan and execute large operations with little or no supervision. Additionally, the cadet staff gets the opportunity to interact with post agencies and learn how the "real Army" operates. Every year, West Point sponsors an invitational camporee open to boy and girl scouts from all over the United States. This camporee, with 3000 participants, is the largest annual invitational camporee in the nation. The cadet scoutmasters' council plans, organizes, staffs, and executes this camporee each year. The cadet staff, consisting of the CO, XO, Sl, S3, S4, S5, and invitations secretary work throughout the entire academic year in order to make this event a success. In addition to the cadet staff, this year, the scoutmasters' council had one Regular Army officer representative and three assistants. During the execution phase of the camporee, which was held from 24 to 26 April this year, anywhere from 100 to 200 cadets of all classes volunteered their time to help out. The camporee is fun for scouts and cadets alike. The scoutmasters' council also provides escorts during the ODIA "Scout Day" Football Saturday in the fall. Last year, approximately 4000 boy and girl scouts inundated West Point in order to see the Black Knights battle Akron. Cadets escorted the troops from Buffalo Soldier's field to the plain to view a parade and then up to Michie Stadium. MARK BOEKE SOIIIC expert 3SSiStal'1Ce for this young camper as he learns from one Camp Buckner veteran how to 234 negotiate a rope. All smiles, this camper seems to enjoy life with cadets in the great outdoors. MARK BOEKE Ar 'ff' ' l MARK BOEKE From head to toe in mud, this happy camper showsf the result of an intense day of activity. ' MARK BOEKE Teaching the tI'00pS, Sean Flynn, Mike Jason and Terry Phillips give a briefing before one of several Water events. PaSSiI1g the p00p, Ray Kimball looks up from his stack of valuable information and secret orders. Activities 235 'H0 ITZER 1 YEARBOOK Tucked away in the darkened halls of Building 720, The Howitzer staff worked from Reveille to Tattoo, literally, to produce the Annual Publication of the Corps of Cadets. With 753 pages, The HowizZer is the largest single-bound year- book in the country. Continuing in a tradition of excellence dating back to 1896, the 22 staff members spent much of their free time in the office listening to the Rolling Rocks fthe Hop Bandsl, smelling the wastenland of Boodler's Pizza Kitchen, and braving cracks in the walls, holes in the floor, extreme heat, and...the editor. Every club has its stories, we have more than most probably: Toftrees Resort, the S550 green fees for 7 to "play" a round of 18, Steve's wandering hands, Jenn's Novinas, Midget's Class Shirt, Bill's Georgetown Coeds, the Pink Triangle Jacuzzi Club, La Vie"s yearbook staff, "West Point 10997," Aster's gas problems on the way to Penn State and Sean having to run a mile Cup hill both ways, in the snow with thunder, lightning, and gale force windsj to the nearest Truck Stop on l-80 and stepping into the Twilight Zone, Pete "Let Me ln" Kalamaras' experience with the, shall we say, under-the-weather Nittasny Lion- ess, MC and John "The Token Yearling" Petty discoursing daily, eternally, and loudly, about who knows what, the 145,234 hour practice sessions for the "Multi- Media Spiel." Oh. And along the way we published the best yearbook West Point has ever seen A presentation at the Supe's house. Editor-in Chief Sean Cleveland and members ofthe 236 Howitzer staff proudly presents the 1991 Howitzer to LTG and Mrs. Graves. I'd rather be golfing at Toftrees, the favorite moto of the Howitzer staff, I wonder why? Preparing f0I' drill, for the first time of hisl firstie year, our Brigade Publication Officer, Sean Cleveland, prepares for drill during graduation week Ready for a dining out, Barbara Sanders DCA's Publications Coordinator, Cheryl Lemire, , Publications assistant, and Anita Harvey, Class His- l tory editor are ready for a dining-out while at Toftrees. J, 19" ,-+ 'W TOF T I' "MQ Holt i OLF Ay? Y 4 2 4 7 Q H WWW iL Taking Aim. Photography Editor, Steve At the PeI1tag0I1, Pete Kalamaras, Anita Vanaskie, awaits the perfect moment for that Harvey, Sean Cleveland and MAJ Skertic patiently close-up shot. wait to present the 1991 Howitzer to Chairman ofthe Joint Chiefs of Staff, GEN Colin Powell. Lining up his putt, Photo Editor Steve Vanaskie enjoys some time offas the editorial staff visits Toftrees Resort for some morale development. Taking questions, Publications Adviser Barbara Sanders talks about handling controversial issues While at the Northeast College Yearbook Conference. V, '- , , "-' xr f 5 if sw 'Exe J ww MMA M 46'f'4'h J 2,2 W WWW We QIZZZII iw 2 f 953, gi, bf , ,',:f,4IKV My W y. Y., , V ' 2 V ' l aw? , ff- ,ff 5 , :Z " n f . isiiri riilrr 1 i : y rirri Q , y gf Wit, A A I ,WJ l V' ' , ,","- ' A M we " 1 Q, ., , O ,,',' , .V I " '-" ' ' :zz V ' . V ,6,t,,,,,:,: .,.. ,.,,. M., M..-. -5. M- ' A ' "' E?-ff ig STEVE VANASKIE M1 STEVE VANASKIE Caught by surprise, Class History Editor Anita Harvey begins works on her pages at the Josten's Printing and Publishing plant. Taking an interest in a yearbook conference presen- tation, Jenn Voigtschild, Nathan Reel and Derrick Toddy show off various cadet uniforms as part of a segment on West Point. 238 . ll ihlswnsft A... ASTER LALEMAN STEVE VANASKIE , Q m fi SANDERS 5 Y 9 ' 7, " h ' if' VA :IA:l.Lb :sl ,QQ STEVE VANASKIE Posing for GQ? No, these fine-looking males are just Taking H Cl0Sel' look, FiTSti6 SBCUOH Ediwl' Pete looking forward to a couple days ofgolfing at Toftrees. Kalamaras examines a page before going off to take Cheering on Army, David McDowell takes a break from academics and the yearbook to take in a home football game. pictures. Activities 239 1 W-'M NATHAN REEL R , KKKL STEVE VANASKIE Caught by surprise, Photo Editor Steve Vanaskie enjoys a quick sandwich at the Northeast Regional Yearbook Conference. Dining' Out, Mortar editor John Petty samples some new cuisine during a Cadet Publications social function. STEVE VANASKIE Many thanks from Circle in the Spiral editor Sarah Woehrman to Barbara Sanders and Jostens' Aster 240 Lalleman. The Circle returned for its second-straight year. 3 . Truly ic Sarah Wo eads one ofthe p u 1 ' syear's ir J it Spi . . rj wut, . i .mh 1 X , '--- is L-Lw Goods tbySteveVa ' ashetakesaself I I r I 1 I J. f l,M"' f ' o ' shots H0 r p editor and calendar editor. .:,- i STEVE VANASKIE STEVE VANASKIE The West Point Calendar has always been a medium for the display of cadet photographic skills. This year, the Howitzer photography staff, under the direction of Photo Editor Steve Vanaskie, took on this task of producing a 100 percent cadet publication. As with the yearbook, this excellent piece of work could not have been produced without the direction of Brigade Publications Officer Sean Cleveland, whose assistance proved invaluable in completing the calendar. The photography in this fifteen-month calendar is outstanding, every picture is of first-place quality. Seen through the eyes of cadets from every class, each monthls picture deserves a frame. The staff received contributions from Jo Phillips, Jeff Bencik, Mark Courtenay, Darrick McGill, Don Tidwell, Dave Abrahams, Scott Hayford, Shawn Olds, Katie Karwan, Mark Boeke, Fred Hocket, and Tom Aarsen, making this the best calendar in years. Just as the yearbook and calendar would not exist without photographs, the photography staff would never have taken and filed 10,000 photographs without the guidance of this year's Photography Editor Steve Vanaskie and his right-hand plebe, Nathan Reel. 1 Combining the skills of dozens of creative and dynamic editors, the 1992 West Point Literary Journal, The Circle in the Spiral demanded a commitment from cadets willing to dedicate themselves to the publication. Fortunately, talented editors Sean Cleveland, Vanessa Hodge, Laura Law, and Joe Urban selected the best pieces available. Through their efforts, the staff succeeded in gathering the best works possible and compiling them into a a quality publication. Circle Editor Sarah Woehrman, Paul Campagna, Steve Johnson, and Bill Potter put everything together to make a "reader- friendlyv journal enjoyed by the Corps. To make such a successful book, the staff relied on cadets of all classes to submit quality art and literature for publication. Somewhat surprisingly, the Corps flooded the editors with their work. This yearls journal showcased our finest creations. The staff organized the work in the form of a chambered nautilus shell. In Chamber One, we examine our emergence from youth into adulthood. The second chamber holds the risks we take and the consequences we cannot avoid during our adult years. Finally, in Chamber Three, we acknowledge our human limits. The finished product is a shell of introspection that the staff hopes serves both artists and audience as a passageway through which they can examine their forgotten past and contemplate an uncertain future. 1 After 150 long hours of work, dedicated staffers completed the The Class of 1994 Mortar in the fall. This year's publication turned out to be the best in years, described by the Commandant as fthe most professional M ortar" in his memory. Thanks to the work of J ohn Petty and his staff, the class of 1994 has a book that they can treasure for years to come. This book, however could not have been completed without the superior supervisory efforts of Sean Cleveland and Barbara Sanders. The 64-page publication included pictures taken by the class and articles compiled by staff members. This year's staff consisted of Ken Cole, Christine Chandler, Stephanie Quirk, John Horning, and Steve Shore, without whom the book would not have been a reality. STEVE VANASKIE 241 2 '1' '3 5 , 11: Q I fan, 7 J i. ' , X ' , I X lg X M X -4. I I 'X Z .: -" I X X f X X N I 1 l -- X 1 -f f xg X I X X f In I mm, gm. , fin , ,, if aw' 'FKA '7 1 I .9 I v- X Q" , I1 I Ms X x -I Xivf if-MRA 2 , 5 S g S I 5 --, ,- l X X X. .I - f. - I x I X 1 X X ...K S'-, v -. x X s 1 X N i S ' X S Y, , kk,h ' ?. , X f I II If X " I fx fl I f lx X N' If f i .-- S X I , '- x- I f I I .- f I ,N X I I -. f X 1 I + Il f I -- N ., up I I f I I II ll X f fi II X xx T '-' P -L " Colgate: Army presented new coach Bob Sutton with his first win in the season opener by crushing Colgate 51-22. QB Willie McMillan ran for 170 yds, scored 4 times, and was named the ECAC Offensive Player of the Week. UNC: Army held their own against a heavily favored North Carolina inthe second game of the season, losing by a score of 20-12. Linebacker Jason Miller was named the ECAC Rookie of the Week for his play against the Tarheels. Harvard: The Army offense suffered a severe blow when QB Willie McMillan went out for the season with an injured knee. SE Myreon Williams came L0 str GES AS N on as QB- and led the team to a come from behind victory over Harvard 21-20. Rutgers: An Edrian Oliver touchdown in the fourth quarter was not enough to allow Army to upset Rutgers. at the Meadaaalands. Misiigltesfproved co stly1i1ii?a'close 1 Citadel: A A A A The Bulldogs dashed Arrnyls hopes of a successful Homecom- ing. Once again fumbles proved costly,.putting Citadel ahead 20- 0 intliegame. Arlen Smithewould iclore twice to make the score 20- Louisville: Army rushed for 416 and had 505 yards in total offense in their 37-12: defeat of Louisville. QB Myreon Williams rushed for a career-best 161 yards and threw a 65-yard touchdown pass to SE Monte Tomasino. Boston College: The Eagles stunned Army with an impressive offense that pro- duced 399 total yards and 4 touchdowns. Late scores by army closed outthe game with a 28-17 Vanderbilt: Early Army fumbles allowed Vanderbilt to score two touch- downs in the first four minutes of play. Army did not score a touchdown until there were eleven minutes left in the game, resultiligfiiaa 41-10 Vanderbilt victory. Air Force: Army was shutout in the 26th meeting between the two ser- vice academies. Costly turn- overs were again the source of Armyls troubles as Air Force won the game by a score of 25-0. Akron: Army rebounded from the loss to Air Force by shut- ting out Akron 19-0. No turnovers and a 59-yard punt return were the high- lights of this game as Army ended a three-game losing streak. NAVY: Army got off to a quick start, scoring the first points of the 101st meet- ing between the two teams with a field goal by Patmon Malcom. However, Army's offense was shut down the rest of the game, the de- fense couldn't stop Senior Jason Van Metre. Army ended up losing 24-3. Article by WKDT Sportscastcrs. DAVID ABRAHAMS Q-I ', V .Q i V CYYVTV .,.,. 4 - 0 -1 ..i. Q - .ig W Du f... 1 1 " 2 i ii . . .. tv . - A W V G P':t , -lr . 1' F N1 ' v Y' 'ggi ' ' in W 1 W' ,iv F .ee fr -4 'M-ir. ' . 1'-L : N. li Q .l l gg., W' Q .- l A Al LEADING THE WAY. Firstie DEFENSIVE STAND. With the offensive guard Steve Chaloult plows Corps behind them, the Army defense through the pre-game cordon comprised held strong against much bigger oppo- ofthe 12th man. nents. SWVHVHQV GIAVG ARMY OP P ONENT 51 Colgate 22 12 North Carolina 20 21 Harvard 20 12 Rutgers 14 14 Citadel 20 37 Louisville 12 17 Boston College 28 10 Vanderbilt 41 0 Air Force 25 19 Akron 0 3 NAVY 24 WINS 4 LOSSES 7 Football.First Row: Phil Fant, Dave Wojczynski, Brett Rice, Don Perry, Chance Mercure, Brian Orwig, Edrian Oliver, Chuck Bibbs, Monte Tomasino, J eff J ohnson, Chad Davis, Den Hathaway, Terry Youmans, Jason Kelly. Second Row: Head manager Gary Ostendorf, Ryland Reed, Steve Weber, Tony Cima, Craig Achtzehn, Jason Sutton, Nick Smith, Rob Martinez, Callian Thomas, Arlen Smith, Harold Jenkins, Reggie Dobson, Mike McElrath, John Lane, Mike Plaia, Tyson Lee. Third Row: Tim Wright, Aaron Mitchell, Tom Hansbarger, Todd Turner, Jon Barrow, Rob Klopp, Devin Hartfield, Corbett Leatherwood, Jay Martin, Boris Barlatier, Chris Gandolfo, Kyle Peavler, Bill Manning, Green Lewis, Paul Andrzej ewski. Fourth Row: Kevin Czarnecki, Mark Escobedo, A.J. Lora, James Connally, Jason Miller, Pat Zelley, Bordrick Norman, Gary Graves, Eric Thorne, Todd Soucy, J .J . Durant, Chris Shaw, Patmon Malcom, Brad Smith, Phil Lenz. Fifth Row: Bill Currence, Mike Krause, Chris Hatcher, Todd Jones, Ted Lawrence, John Beatty, Trey Gilmore, Chris Knox, Willie McMIllian, Duncan Johnson, Cal Addison, Sam Gannelli, Rick Pressel, Peter Carey, Donny Ollar, Myreon LWilliams, CraigBaumgartner. Sixth Row: Lance Chambers, Gaylord Greene, Jim Slornka, Joe Krupa, Kaylan Kennel, Scott Marhold, Aaron Foglesong, Kevin McAninch, Gary Ostby, Kevin Muir, John Backes, Gerard Edwards, Troy Prehar, Matt Conway, Kevin Walker, Todd Hawkins. Back Row: John Pirog, Mark Dawkins, Ray Shipley, Scott Smith, Chris Koshinski, Dean Gels, Aaron Scott, Bobby Ohl, Chad Arnold, Aaron Sane, Dave Mallory, Jason Giles, Dan Davis, Sean Gladieux, Steve Chalout, Dan Menendez. Sports 245 2 HIGH FIVES. Firstie Rick Pressel cor1gTatulates teammates for a great de- fensive play. 3 ,W !! AN, I w-...A 1. ali- .sk STEVE VANASKIE 46 1 .fig :HEP DNEIEI Nl N OLDS AW SH A CI- Myreon HEAD his gain QQ- I .af F'-'wx WNW' 3, ,MQ vi i f ri, 'Y , A , . ,ml ,N V ,W f ., a 1. Awe eq A M.. 1 r -...Q W - r ,,,. ""' "L..g,1.m, iw' . 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M . i, 3, H it 1 Q, q ' Y Q5 it i i We Q A , THE BUGLE MAN. Who can forget Army s most Famous mascot. Inspiring the Corps from the 30-yard line of the upper level of Michie Stadium, he has become an Army tradition. THE G-FORCES. Quarterback Willie McMillian and running back Edrian Oliver Were major parts of Army's ground forces. - PHOTOS BY NATHAN REEL .1 LLJ lu cz Z if THE LOOK OF DEATH. Defensive back and punt returner Chuck Gibbs knows it's "all in the hands." X Wliwwwwaww PREPARE FOR LIFT OFF. Punter Todd Hawkins concentrates as he gets ready to put the ball into orbit. :- Q F' , X Y I V ll N 'V L 2M ML M J' J: JW ,EQ w s, mm ..........-ui F'W!A X H1 .W NO MERCY. Linebacker Kevin Czamecki puts a big hit on an unlucky Boston College playet. wx l-' .1 ll unity were big had. xi , ,ji-B+, W Jw WF' ll A FEW CHOICE WORDS. In- side linebacker Trey Gilmore lets Navy know hell be back. TAKE NO PRISONERS! Army's Hunt-line defbnse puts the clamp on Navy's running back. if-4 - ,, .fi 5 V 22516 f 0' ul ', law 'YP 1 Q43 C94 KATIE KARWAN HVHLVN 1 :U 'IEE fl f4'7' ,-1-'T"A 1' l,-... I LOOKING IT OVER. Myreon Williams CADETS DO IT BEST ON looks over the defense as he takes Army down the SHEETS! Icons ofrack are the best moti- field, vators for cadets. Sports 253 STEVE VANASKIE NUMBER ONE. Another Army punt to fake out the opposition. V STEVE VANASKIE ARMY OPPONENT 26 Cornell 3 lil SUNY-Albany 7 26 Pennsylvania O 23 Princeton O 31 Cornell 24 20 NAVY 20 I , 1' Wins 5, Losses O, Ties - iff 3 sess , V M kdb' ,N nrvzlia , -Y . s . - , a re-gzffsg iiizaeeli-,ar inf' i:f5:'5SfYf5fif?S1jAlflf3?fiEi" 'fffflhf' 1522.13 LU, , ., V ,, . A ' V P VL: P K" ' 'll' 'Z I W , , , 150 LB. FOOTBALL. Front Row: Bob Siereus, Steve Cavoli, Scott Belveal, Brad Mock, Sunny Vo, Mark Cottle, Kyle Feager, Young Hahn, Nate Wallace, Rich Richkowski, Bruce Ryba, Mike Arnston, Andy Ulrich, Scott Howard, Pat Marcoux, Jim Rouse, Matt McConnel, Dave Wilkens. Second Row: John Mcneil, Andre Leassear, Keith Hedgespeth, Greg Braughton, Mark Stephens, Cort Andrews, Jon Parvin, Ray Jones, Brian Waltman, John Critelli, Erik Anderson, Chad Bauld, Andy Patterson, Phil Speth, Sean Branch, Chad Collier, Bill Obrien, Chad Bixby. Third Row: Andy Hanson, Frank Walton, Paul Slerma, Jason Walenta, Jace Rodgers, Dave McGurk, Brian Sheilds, Thomas Ratcliff, Kevin Brown, John Fiorito, Nate Donahue, Stu Burke, Bill Gottmeier, Greg Roberts, Mark Biehl. Fourth Row: Vaughn Delong, Keith Patterson, Brian Maddox, Mike Kachure, Jeff Zimmerman, Frank Turner, Dolph Sutherland, Kurt Thompson, T.J. Saxon, Joe Guzman, Steve Ganet, Steve Talbot, John Hodgson, Gary Godby, Ian Miller, Trey Graham, Jack Strother. Fifth Row: Randy Cestone, Eric Berdy, Lany Ostendorf, Jed Dinon, Justin Perusek, Scott Burrow, Scott Pittman, Joe McGraw, Kyle Remick, James Wideman, Paul Salmon, James Lewis,Landy Dunham, Chris Spence, Jason Bingo. Sixth Row: Aaron Osburn, Travis Delk, Joe Schinom Sott Rutler. Seventh Row: Scott Felde, Joe Sowers, Joe Funderburk, Lee Peters, Ryan Coyle. Back Row: Todd Howard, Mike Zizza, Brandon Havron, Phil Sounia, Kevin Lewis, Chad Campfield. R.T. Hall, Mike Cerniauskas. 254 NATHAN REEL M V 'I ive! 'ee i ,. WWW Siu ' " ll i er 1? i' if ,1 ,157 iv, 94 .Mg TI-IE GAME PLAN. '50s players gather round the coach tofigureouthow to annihilate their next vic- tim. rrrr rr1g rrerrr 1 if rfrfrf ettr , t rera f By finishing iiie 1991 leed- Army edded edeihei Season as C0-Champions Of Qffelifttfefiivehdewn Qdiiig iii the third Eastern Lightweight iifi itti Brad Mock to make the score 20-7 with a 5-O-1 record, going into the final period. The iigiiiwe-ight rootbaii iiie Miiiiiies iaiiefi io give up and tended its unbeaten Streak te lgg i 5 jjyfi,Brncet Anthracite Pizza battled back with two touchdown games, this drives in the fourth quarter. A teeme iiii Y mieeed extfe Point en the final Of ff? , left the Score tied at Weighty ' eiit resulted in an Amy' id ee t ,ff-DF,iheeeehdmpiendhiips, itiii SCOFG eeer ttti i ieiiii iei 'Fdr the year, 'Steve te 2'5" ifedwfegi3fi5f5eqQff5?efeihe3fifi Whiiieh Crdtlivliiirdefeike Arrieton, Mike record 3: tendedegetwithfiihe ,,g, cadets ontop Kaeifitire, and Frank Waitonwere ,riiieiiii ,eit 3f 111?gi hlj ih8lf, the narrieii first team All Eastern 5eWlw theitge' Fedfbd1'Leedde ee 5 31i'243 Jim Reuse, Bee 93 Wa? Iii, Were Wallace were Eastern Light' ever fet it-eeeee defen' ELFL dee e 7:30 iiie Kaye rio- idewn Of the MVP. The f "fat bOyS" from eeme down te Miehie ii', Llndaunted by their . .,,, f , , i A W Sports 255 'EXE STEVE l ,-as-:kg MMNWW :W-. "P 72 , SPF" 11' H, l JEFF BENC1 4 J s "" ss.xm.fYX'-War.rs:,-. -- - - izszeisfeiiiaskars. ffff-1 -1 A-1191-:rs . Qrfiirrr -:So3?5siQif9X-.1 .ke NN 2 'Q'WP1 s'5f?5' 'e1X.wf,w.fT'51s?'rGmf- X Q -2, Na- ffligsfw'-sf 3-'sie' .- 'ri 'T' S iff 55?s3'3' X-if ""'SrfMg.:-vsei-5 ifvfsf meek"-fi lwJ?i':t'5 ---' ffiriflg fix- X. A , ' " mt.ps1tv-ie5- . -" ss' ' ' me , .1 we .. -. g- s 5,-Q rgfwt -gi 1 .. N-A AZT? . V- Q - i .at f gk .fi-fi.xiQEff.fi A ' gel W. t .,.. S . . .wiv s ,viggwf-is L is Nasir-V -- -C 2 ii ss ms S . Qtr .J , t t ' 1 ig Kiss: :Clif :iii -545 Fir eifgssiis: if gggffsjgg-Q5 fesiisggisfggs .... W . Q-12:gsnfiiiisffiffeffssssfssi-7 Hifi- - . . in ,... .,..i.UrfN, ,.k, it K, sitsi 1 riidii f to RUN 1 H the 3ii5 ?Gverall members of regard, the Lady Talligan, took first place at the Beesly, and Heather Fairfield lnvitational and Sczhwalber--andexperienced'T beat East Stroudsberg, members like Erin gf Lafayette. The team also Cunningham and Vinaya won a tight victory over St. Garde proved that the Lady John's. The old saw says Knights can only look for- that cross-country is not ward to a rewarding season just a sport, but rather "all next year. damn year," and so it is- Theteamfinished 9th a year of digging deep and at the Heptagonal Champi- driving through the pain in onships in the Bronx, New a sport that is never kind. York, and 5th at the ECAC This year's Army team, Championships in young and enthusiastic, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. built a solid foundation for SHAUNA HAUSHERR SHAUNA HAUSHERR 258 sHAuNA HAUSHERR THE WEST POINT GREY The team strecthes out before a race CRUISING SPEED.Plebe Barbra Beesly maintains her race pace. AND THEY'RE OFF-H The Army WORKING TOGETHER. Catherine Gaffigan and team battles fOr an early advantage- Vinaya Garde push each other to stay ahead of the pack. CHARGING AHEAD. Paula Kranz strides past the opposition and looks for her next victim. HHEHSDVH VNDVHS U3 I :P HHHHSDVH ARMY OPPONENT 'il Fairfield Invitational lst Place 46 Cornell l5 33 Syracuse 22 25 East Stroudsburg 32 30 Manhattan 25 20 Lafayette 37 48 Princeton 15 27 St. John's 28 3 6 - NAVY 2 3 Heptagonal Championships 9th Place ECAC Championships 5th Place WINS 3 LOSSES 5 Women's Cross Country. Front Row: Vinya Garde, Erin Cunningham, Heather Swalber, Delyn Andonian, Catherine Gaffigan, Veronica Robertson. Back Row: Coach Ron Bazil, Paula Kranz, Melissa Wyka, Darlene Godfrey, Barbara Beesly, CPT Amy Bouchard, Gwen Langston. sports 259 ON YOUR MARK: Ready to en- HEADIN' FOR HOME. Mike dure the rigors of a five mile course, Peck sprints over the hill towards the Army awaits the gun. finish line. ARMY OPPONENT Fairfield Invitational 41st Placej 29 Cornell 28 28 Syracuse 27 16 East Stroudsburg 47 15 Manhattan 50 17 Lafayette 44 25 St. John's 36 20 SUNY-ALBANY 39 40 NAVY 21 Heptagonal Championships 43rd Placeb 1C4A Championships 617th Place? Wins 5 Losses 3 SHALINA HALISHERR 'C' ,I K . e .df .4-I 260 'J : rr , 'Q435 I 'E' . lr , 45 V if ,Q . ,g. ,iv My V iiti -' ' VH! , MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY. Kneeling: Mike Peck, Eric Rheam, Tim Steckel, Liam Collins, Ryan Bates, Steve Crumblish, Paul Ryan. Second Row: Matt Maybouer, Herb Brock, Tim Grein, Jack Swift, Bart Martin, Ken Burkeen, Jason Stewart. Third Row: Coach Ron Basil, Bill Foster, John Panhorst, Mike Bernstein, Brian Wray, Jason Kenney, Rick Binns. if wvlilllf tttltmtltll M...-nv . ,ft M HEIEIHSDVH VNDVHS SHAUNA HAUSHERR GO ARMY! The Army Team huddles DESIRE, HARD WORK, AND as they plan on how to capture another PAIN. A gy-image of pain as a runner victory. strides into the chute at the finish line. W. . Mm., A FINISH The 1991 Men's Cross-Country team enjoyed, a season of mixed results, but, fortunately, the season ended on a high note with a fine showing at the HEPS Championships. j it The season started with a bang at the Fairfield Invitational. The ArmyTeam, after an evening onthe beach upholding academy relations during Fairfield rUniversity'S "Rush Week," thoroughly trounced F.Ll.'s team the next morning, as wellies theother nine teams thatishowed up for the invitational: 'The next ners to rise to the occasion and produce victories, and allowed the injured runners to heal in time for the all important Navy meet. Unfortunately, Army zephyrs failed to beat the squids. The ioss to Navy was made all the more difficult to bear after encouraging performances in igearlier meets. The defeat at Ngavyl-Dj rtls ghowever, did galvanize the tearn, and two weeks later, at the Qhampionship Meet, thegsArmyiTeam recovered their honor. sygit out-ran the Navy teamiiWithliif a level of intensity A ithatfalsofldfied Army into a third week, Army suffereq tlit one point be- to both Syracuse Cornell. Army by one point eaclmibutsoundly ite t 1 runners in the top thumped s"iislgtesi Digtf Jason Stewart The next ieisle against, t followed by Mannattanf Gtatn in tantn- John ' s!S Ll itir Senior Liam Attny Wins, Etta that affected tls out Army's top top runners- illli A forced Army's healthy lilli i tiiiii G0 , The 1991 Army Womens Soc- cer team had on? of its best tionallfy, Army Coach ,Ventriglia-was voted the Pa- seasons ever. At the end of Leag ues "Coach of the second season playing in 1991 season. Patriot League, they were Soccer team idly in first place, thus season with a 15- them to host the rectitfd, scoring 52 goals tournament at West Poli-nt. against- liiif heir opponents and only did the Lady Knights up 16 goals in the vance to the finals 1 llc gggt 11 of their victo- Colgate University, its strong defense had several players tttt by Senior Captain League "Player of the Jennifer Cahill., Junior Lisa and Patriot League "All-Leagiiieg' PiiiS,QDd Ffeshhde-h,GretChen honors. Deneil Logiudice, MSiEf3DdDEiClfeSpence. Kris Army's all-time leading scorer,-if BeafC1Sl?ey, ,standout Army goalie Kris Beardsley, and ssgfldlilf ,ifil A BfllQWGd Offliy iii AQOHIS sophomore forward Tosie PEI-iQ3IT1E,f isigp LeGrand, all earned Player of 7 sigie I ' ,s,.g ,,, ,,, the Week accolades while Deneil This year's Logiudice and Tosie LeGrand CCT team earned Patriot "All-League" hon- StaI"fefS, forward, Selina Deviney to the and T3gagWilliams were voted to will join year. A the "itil-League" team at lot of and the and Lisa Pais earned a team even the "All-League" team more recordsifaind go further for her defensive play. Addi- in the Patriot League next year. 262 RACKING UP ANOTHER ONE.Deneil"Juice"LoGuidice,Army's "I'IEY, DON'T TRIP ME!" An- all-time leadingscorer, takes another shot drea French 1-uns after the ball While OH goal- trying to avoid her Lehigh opponent. JEFF BENCIK ANOTHER SAVE. Goalie Kris ATTACKS FROM ALL Beardsley demonstrates Why she is an SIDES. Plebe Michelle Meier gets All-League selection. the ball out of Army territory. 'fy Q y Q f s- jmgiw-w-W uwwumwwxw! mln ,-an ,qw :Qs if Y. I ,V v.. 'jar Q cub W', f Q' M -6 is . J 'fi V ,far Q S QQQP' 1-wfgwwhw: ff f ?mmA- fgffsk f2a'IQ E Y , ww! 1 0 5 , Q QM J' M . M Q M, ,Q nf, I ' wg ' 'W M'-im A I , ,QL 14, I J , 4 ' 2 X Q x '1 W ' , Q fi lf' vb ar W 3'?'.,gg"i gg MEN'S SOCCER ARMY OPPONENT 4 Manhattan O 2 New Hampshire 2 3 Adelphi 2 5 Lafayette 3 3 Fordham O 3 Bucknell 2 O HartwiCkCOTD O l LehighfOT7 l O Colgate 2 O UCLA ' 3 l Cal State CFullertonJ 3 3 NAVY l 5 Iona O 3 Holy Cross l 3 Syracuse l Patriot League Tournament lst C2-OD Wins lO Losses 11 Ties 3 DUSTIN WAMEEKE IN FOR THE KILL. Sean Davis is SIDESWIPE. Russ Davis plays ag ready to attack the goal. gressively against Iona. -1...-- F 266 MEN'S SOCCER. Front Row: Coach Joe Chivaro, COL Jack Grubbs, Andy Wilson, Chris Teixera, Grant Fay, Phil Shearer, Lucas Rice, Demetri Nicholson, John Ross, Tong Vang, Coach Paul Gannon, Coach Fred Kratz. Second Row: MAJ Joe Nunez, Joe Lazzari, Todd Tarantelli, Chris Dodd, Brian Lofton, Jay Robinson, Chip Krotee, Russ Davis, Kevin MacKenzie, Mark Eberle, Chris Beck, Mark Manley. Back Row: Kent Allison, Brandon Carteen, Tom White, Pete Dargle, Rich Swift, Sean Adams, Bobby Baker, Rob Pearson, Tony Flores. J S MM 1 an lf' - ' W f' Q lf, -A -,,.xf3',, '-N U WM W W an V fi: - I , , Qfi ifglgl' K . Q- ' 331:-, -J-we A ,ibh V K , -f , 29? .' -Z 4 . ,ffafi ,, H M5 b . viii -. D. fijg- 5:31g,e I if Y. v, w fm? .: ff 1. 1, ,J- A. lf- 1 X' . AL ,fly Hr , J-' C We X x,W,,T?wwgv 1 s.' l EFEND1NG IN TIMES OF NEED...The defense is there to give up their bod- ies and guard the net. 7' 60 Goalie Lucas Rice kicks thefbali away from apotential scoring situation forthe opposing team. ON GOAL. Kevin winds up for a forceful shot m lm M Bi , 4049 ,M az W gg , ,f',f w ' , ,, ff ,, , I chip- ,, 'Wifi 2 f ? i w f 7 f ,fd Ji ? 1 9 j 4 All A E V 2,31 fx 3' K it f lf h M? J Q, X, 5 W T QW 'A , lf , ' y ww- ,,,,, ,, , ,.' . , A fp MM 4,141 ,w h A , V , V f V- -MQ., , J ,M V " f Z , M-I. , ,, ,K af ,M ,,f.',,n f ,afffo gf M, Q ag: N, ' JG' aw, , ,f -, J ,f fer ,f , ,I V, f f W ,A W f f - DLISTIN WAMBEKE W "'-' 13 'O ' ' ' FANCY FOOTWORK. An Army defender battles for the ball with an Iona opponent. OOOOOO268 RIGHT UP THE MIDDLE. Rob Pearson tres to kick the ball past his guards. 71 EYES ON THE BALL. Tony Flores concentrates on handling the ball for the Black Knights. OUT IN FRONT. Jay Robinson breaks away with the ball and heads downfield. 5 I I:Vl: VANASIXIII. Sports 269 ,f,, H 'mi ,M -,f , .,,f. ,M ., -- ig UQ, , 1-rn Mffzx- 5 Q "'L ,1,- 'S y,l, 1 :.: H F f ifv: i iiii "5Paf1kiii'emiiiiHiidQ ii ball team League is Ca- with in 5 ' A ' O W Kffighf SPIRiT. ,ffg they Stillf have ian- iii 'w Ml g ,fm , ' P -f I, -,f., K ., ,-kf fn ,, ,J , w,N,,,fMUfz,, ,, ,, W , ff H ,Nz ,1 5, , A ,, f, f, V wilQzzwwL.w-wgmi fl'i2fi'2 :JH if f. - 2 '1.5fiw's1 270 ACADEMY PHOTO DIGGING IT IN. Lorna Hastings practices with a lot of concentration before the big match. if ' agj FOR THE TEAM. The mu1ti-ta1- WORKING FOR THE WIN. ented Jen Mischler once again saves a Navytries-unsuccessfully-toblockaspike side out for Army. by Sunny Barse. EIGVDV wwuh-u-nun 'lm 113 it ggi? x' ,K, ., DV GV AW ARMY OPP ONENT 3 Fairfield O 3 Lehigh O 3 Lafayette O 3 Iona O 3 Manhattan O 3 Marist O O Northeastern 3 2 Colgate 3 3 Holy Cross O 2 Seton Hall 3 3 Navy 2 3 Fordham O W 3 Bucknell O 'W 3 Columbia O PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPI- ONSHIPS lstC3-OD l Memphis State 3 3 Connecticut O 3 Va Commonwealth 1 Wins 22 Losses l6 O.l.OHd AWE! Women's Volleyball. Front Row: ElitaPowell, Karen Curtis, Jen Mischler, Suzin Whitten, Frovvene Harvey. Back Row: Angie Powell, Margaret Stewart, Kim Walter, Lorna Hastings, Sunny Barse, Nancy Hogan. Sports 271 OVER THE TOP. Margaret DIVING FOR IT. Angie Powell Stewart jumps up to block an opposing sacrifices her body to save the ball. shot. 'W "iii LINED UP AND READY FOR BATTLE.The Corps Squad Volley- ball team lines up to be introduced before beating the Squids enroute to being Pa- triot League Champions. 272 ACADEMY PHOTO Im" ACADEMY PHOTO ., W,,.t,.- ,f w f . Q G -1 Q- I W-Q., ,W A .-I ' 3' ,, , ' W'-s...... Q 'gf ff J'1,,M 'V 1' We Msg 44' M ,Af my WATER POLO ARMY OPPONENT 14 Queens 4 9 Iona 10 11 Boston College COTJ 10 5 Dayton 4 12 Little Rock COTJ 13 3 Air Force 13 8 Little Rock 5 6 Air Force ll 13 Queens 4 10 Washington a Lee 3 8 Boston College COTJ 7 10 Richmond 8 9 Richmond 5 4 Bucknell 9 7 Little Rock 4 O4 NAVY 10 6 Slippery Rock 16 15 Fordham 5 7 Princeton 8 11 Queens 5 6 Bucknell 7 ll Yale 6 16 Washington a Lee 12 8 Boston College 9 3 Iona 9 10 Villanova 13 9 Bucknell 11 11 UMass 4 2 NAVY 16 ll Villanova 10 3 Iona 6 Won 16, Lost 15 ATTACKS FROM A11 Army opponent tries to catch T Captain Jason Hayes. ACADEMYPHOTO WATER POLO. Front Row: Scott Rouk, Mark Koplinger, Todd Boddess, Duane Lauchengco, James Warder, Drew Kelly, Jon Schaffer, Steve Ray. Second Row: Anthony Kordich, Steve Trisler, Todd David, MArk Goldschmidt, Pete Benchoff, Andy McIntyre, Sava Marinkovich, Joel Burbank, Scott Burns, Jason Hayes, Phil Schmitz. Back Row: Eric Hobson, Gib Portwood, Scott Rhind, Chris Huettemeyer, Tom Feueborn, Johann Perera, Luke Idhe, Bill Leahy, Craig McFarland, Eric Smith. Not Pictured: Carl Rust, Don Vollmar, Sam Calkins, ACADEMY PHOTO fwfr: ACADEMY PHOTO A CONTACT SPORT. Army's Johann Perera blocks a pass in choppy waters. PLAN OF ATTACK. During a break, the Polo players get some point- ers from Coach on their defensive plan. IN AWE OF ARMY POWER. The sideline watches as Crandall Pool becomes a killing ground for the opposng team. ACADEMY PHOTO "'l'0T Ii TE EFFORT" The Army Water Polo team started off the season with a strong 3rd place showing in its initial tournament. Army's strong finish was attributed to a gritty, come-from-behind vic- tory over Boston College. The victory was sparked by some of the younger team members and controlled by upperclassmen Luke lhde, Tom Feuerborn and Jason Hayes. These three were also named to the All-Tourna- ment team. The developing team then traveled to the Air force Academy to face two nationally ranked teams in tournament play: Air Force ClOthl and Ar- kansas-Little Rock Q18thl. The Army team experienced two tough losses to Air Force, but defeated Arkansas on the final day of the tournament. The remainder of the season was filled with close games, often won or lost by one goal in single,Qor'even double, overtime. Army posted wins over Washington anEilil.,ee, Richmond, and Boston College. Also in- cluded in the .seiasods victories was a crushingidefeat Q11-45 of 15th ranked University of Mas- sachusetts. ln this game tough defense ruled, and a "Total Team Effort" proved too much for the foe. Army finished the season with a 17-15 record and a 6th place finish at the MACC Cham- pionships. Next year's Army team is already gearing up for a tre- mendous season. The loss of four Firsties will effect the team, but the development of young players should enable the team to be a top contender on the East Coast. A fast-swimming group of rising firsties should allow Army to excel, daring anyone in the Eastern Conference to "Play us if you can catch us!" Sports 275 QW ' W W ACADEMY PHOTO ' W 'W Qmw AN ., V Q 5, f 32, , A, 5 ' 'Nz-57 wif ,-,L 50 2! V 5 5 NVQ. fifth , 'vffrnlfzm MZ" " :Q i 1' ,, , Q55 ,, my W ,I 17? I ARMY OPPONENT 3,808 PCPS 3,243 3,796 Penn State 3,564 3,736 Drexel 3,452 3,736 John Jay 2,857 6,069 Jacksonville S. 6,023 3,772 Kings College 3,686 3,772 MIT 3,605 3,785 St. John's 3,766 5,175 RMC 4,117 6,053 Cornell 5,375 6,053 DePaul 5,820 6,053 Norwich A 5,981 6,053 Coast Guard 5,973 6,053 Merchant Marine 5,214 6,053 VMI V 5,716 6,053 Wentworth 5,540 6,053 Yale 3,890 3,804 N.C. State 3,540 7,547 NAVY 7,573 4th MAC'S lAirl 2nd MAC's lSmallborel 6th NCAA's lSmallbore Onlyl AIMING STRAIGHT. Jason Garkylooksdownirangetorunlanother shoLnmothebuHseye 6 ln 5 Smaiibefe Teams, ,6, of Where Size, While all ,5,5 ,634 speed and iHSi9I'1ifiCHHiaHC1li33liZeQiieiiiiiIi6ii i Lamb UDP five loam Bafioldisl patience, dedjcafiggfigiselillbyexampleallseasorigffeirifle, will lead the teamlllfiiiylankopolous has lele ,Yim SHCI Concentration and giggle A representing Army at next season. Wendyllssiiiiifother returning memt' Zavala, are are the determining factors, the Army fifie team has established the NCAA's for the secf ond year as well as being the second ,cone Milling, just having joined the team last 7,3,, fi bers ofthe class of l93. gf The class of year, has also secured ,,,, Q94 has three members ailifrrfembers of the ,of'95 providing team with added 6 6 Uribe-ri, shoots e,,,e see 5 in A 6 team not also under itself as Que of theltgiji secutive team captain leeel 5 herself a place Ont to the tea. teams in the nation5.fQi0 become 311 Blackteaminb0thiS3l5FfFff under the Not of team All Duncan leademhiv air fHePfeSHfii6fClQ members of thekk 6464 l ated a unity and esprit! 5 shooter, willhelp make at the NCAA's fourl' or the ffpmiay within the team that' theAirriileBlackTeamy forthe second yearina Black Team" tcom- posed of Lamb, Will Carter, Wendy Milling, and Lydia Clribarril rep- resented West Point at the NCAA Championf ships in Murray, The Black team took' sixth in the nationfin will last. Although the team is losing Lamb, the upcoming season is promising, There are five solid members of the class of '93, reg hard to beat. Jason Garkey, with work and deter- mination, displaying great progress thoughout the year, will tuming to theteam A . ' year. Will Carter who? it has shot On t he Army row. She is especially competitive in air rifl shown by her first place in the MAC Champi- onships. Mark Strong and Bess Turner are of Ken 'Harnill,i one of the mas: respected coaches in the world. Combining these will enable the rifle team to proudly represent next season beaBlack Team AAOUWGFS exhibiting f16,6agE3rdl,l6i,6p,ossibly have ber next Year Jury, showing goodifffflue to hard work, whofl befgre, performance under lstil will definitely be an im! V The pistol team had some pretty big iShQeS,tOffiil.1aft2f having All 56615 15512 lyggfix , 1T,hlf1f2ffii?aiQ,rHIDo9f4 4 4 PISTUL confidence in the suc- cesses of the past proved to be the culprit. with alittle "pep talk" from ,the coach, we got in gear. We remained ourxdefeatedf until the One of the highlights of the road was the Army Pistol-Coast Guard Pis- tol football game. This year, army pistol avenged their last year's loss by a score of 23 to ARMY OPPONENT eelll a9a,iHSthlNaVY44a 7- . 1 . NPaU0Ha1S,We , itearnfsjyundefeated dnsappoxntlngly lost to 6, 258 ohio state ,841 ffnflarlggfge,fa,ltean1 reeord Navy again, but 'the 6,258 Tennesee Tech ,481 41955 QCOmP'?Ut'0n was 84111.21 61337 Virginia 950 9004 T-'me' We Fame 'en 6, 337 MIT ,154 i4il199aff9F1t, W?eflgmfed We, 5?C'?m? Place In each 6,337 SUNY-Maritime ,007 them at d'SC'P!me' and Second 6,395 coast Guard ,042 . llla 4 Pvefan' ,Marc Suarez, 6,404 coast Guard 979 eaeo W lyQhnl Kowalewsklwjeff 6,404 ohio state ,795 ,,,, 29171 ololo, eS3QlQ?f3dO- SOM 9052 ameflffalfl- 4 4 . , 969 elfnfofflfnf-ftfflvf Jeff wil 2821 ix21jf'Mafltm 304 he Wabla f9,fe'fUff1 due ' 'wa flnelflglbrflty-4 Matt M30 Coast Guard , 117 if-Daofey,DaVe Ambfose, M30 MIT . 923 Tam DQUQMY' La? 6' 430 Merchant ,Mama 551 QGCFOW, and Frank IHUHI 6430 SUNY'Maf1U-me 013 laafwiilgiillepufl L1pthehSlSCk 10332 NAVY 10 455 "o. 4 riejft year and take it all, 4 ae 4,4??eSQeffeaHaHQfheSea'4 BEAT NAVY in 931 , agag- EE l--- ezzf.-ff-i -Qf'1, 212221225-'Qi'2'1-s ,-,,lf,,,. - - 4 M L w ', I of MAKE MY DAY. An Army pistoler aims to end the match with a good shot. Rifle. FrontRow: WendyMil1ing, ClaudiaZava1a, Bess Tumer, Lydia U1'ibar'ri,Allana Balkam, Heather, Bartold, Brian Carey, MarkYankopolous. Back Row: MAJ Stowe, CPT Schoen, Duncan Lamb, MattJury, - Mark Strong, Will Carter, Jason Garkey, Ch0ngYirn, LTC Maerbens, Ken Hamill. Sports 279 ,, , . , . 5 ' " " " -- , ,V I . ' ' f'ai!A'2fkirwe,1. A if Vs "Y ,K 'i?"'f'Z'4I W A ' I - ' .M 'V I L If A I The 1991-1992 women's swim season started out with a tough battle against Fordham which came down to the last few events. The intensity of the meet was ing trip. We came back from Puerto Rico tanned and ready for the second half of the sea- son. Again we faced some yery strong opponents, but W . characteristic of the to swim fast at the the remaining season, Ch3fT1PiOHSl'liPS held though the record Pool. At this show this. lf of the Season, the year was a shaved, tapered, Rebuilding the team to swim faster than whole with stronger were records bro- support within the Junior National cut s team and also achieved by Army swimming counterparts-the 1 men's team. Next year and swimmers. All swimmers swam close to best times ever the following years arewegg- not breaking several per- Pectedfo of the ger commitment came from year. the underclass such as Aryn Our first half of the if Ballard, Amber Ballard Cno season ended with some dis- appointing losses - Cornell and Navy. However, we bounced back ready to put in a lot of yardage and even more hard work in Puerto Rico for our Christmas train- 280 relationj, Kathy Flury, Jen Steele, Heidi Hoyle, Colleen O'l-lara, and Krista Cooper. Graduating firsties included Bethany Ballard Cwho swam a personal best at this meetj, and Michelle Kurbiel. ,,i., rll, , , k my-3 , . ,. V , KATIE KARWAN KATIE KARWAN AFTER RACE REVIEW. Bethany HEY UP THERE. Mandi Ballard and Kathy Flury discuss the Army Moynihan gathers her clothes after a victory. good race. OH CAPTAIN, MY CAP- UP FORAIR.AmberBallard comes TAIN. Michelle Kurbiel motivates the up fOr air during the breast stroke com- A1'my team' p6tltlOI'1. Wins 3, Losses JEFF BENCIK if 2 Denny, CPT Steifel, CPT Pob, CPT Fergensen. ARMY OPPONENT 120 Fordham 133 132 Boston College 168 119 Cornell 181 107 NAVY 193 129 St. John's 92 123 Yale 174 155 Bloomshurg 145 127 Lehigh 116 116 Rutgers 125 122 Columbia 175 106 Dartmouth 190 127 Penn 168 9 Women's Swimming. Front Row: Katrina Kirkman, Sandy Limon, Jennesse Steele, Colleen O'hara, Jennifer Ross, Morgan Skipper, Amber Ballard, Rodney Gonzalez. Second Row: King Koa, Sophia Kim, Bethany Ballard, Rose Rice, Michelle Kurbiel, Jennifer Jacobs, Kristy Roberts, Mandy oynihan, Whitney Vogt. Third Row: John Doyle, Krista Cooper, Heidi Hoyle, Stephanie Natale, Layne Phillips, Aryn Ballard, Carey Berta, Kathy Smith, Kathy Flury, Raul Placios. Back Row: CPT Brown, LTC Baker, MAJ Owens, Sheri Bosse, Ray Bosse, John Bransfield, Mark Pruiss, Ed KATIE KARWAN Sports NATHAN REEL Www may ,jr www NATHAN REEL gf? NATHAN REEL LEADING THE WAY. Michelle DRIVING ON. Heidi Hoyle concen- CARRYING ON THE TRA- Kurbiel, team captain, battles to gain trates on reaching the finish line. points for the Army team. DITION. Michelle Kurbiel and Bethany Ballard helped to set the ex- ample during Army's rebuilding year. , ff ME' 4. S uns' rg L Y , W , . fy Au Z4 X i f. Y 5 , f f g, , 7 4 e 5 at A! ARMY Opponent 108 107 97 108 142 96 106 156 153 122 131 133 117 Fordham Harvard Cornell Navy St. John' Princeton Yale Lehigh Rutgers Columbia Dartmouth Penn Brown S Wins 6, Losses 7 153 190 138 135 91 140 137 83 87 119 112 110 126 Patriot League Champions! -vvvvvx-v.. ,,...x ml- Men's Swimming. Front Row: RyanArne, Lee Barton, Russel Purcell, Paul Darling, Rod O'Conner, Dan Head, J eff Quinn, Paul Laroque, Gib Portwood, Rob Roland. Second Row: Mark Favetti , David Bailey, David Sawyer, Trevor Swartz, KurtMatheson,Jason Hayes, Peter Benchoff Tim Roth,Brian Forrest, KingKao. Third Row: Rob Tisch, Phil Cowley,WardNarramore, Saul Vesonder, Phil Swabsin, GragSarakatsannis, Darryl Rodgers, Rigdon Terrell, Scott Rowe, Flip Wi1liams,Raul Placidos. Fourth Row: Jonathan Doyle, LTC Baker, MattNeumeyer, Craig McFarlane, Curtis Patteson, Eric Smith, Matt Wineriter, Ben Grimes, Johann Perera, David Bresser, Bill Rainusso, Tom Oery, Pete Wickersham, GarretMessner,Rod Gonzalez. Back Row: MAJOwens, CPTBrown,Sherry Bosse,John Bransfield, Ray Bosse, David Doyle, Luke Ihde, Scott Rhind,Andy Rieger, Mark Pruiss, Ed Denny CPT Stiefel, CPT Fergeson, CPT Polo. THEY'RE OFF'Ward Narramore O COMPETITION. Dan Head . s a body length ahead ofeveryone else in and Dave Bresser gain an edge in the 500 his race. ALL PHOTOS BY THOMAS AARSEN free race against Fordham. sr V. S ig. ' ' - 5.15. .mn--sl.. s-weas---f. - - T-25.5 .vzf.g5E,L . sig ' iw. Q1 fl J '1 wi ll Q' ifigC 'i Y ,Wu 1 l'11...m dmillr,il 9 1 if I- i . ,gui PATR1 0 T T LEAGUE FROG JUMPING. Andy Rieger does a backwards frogjump for his back- stroke race. DEEP THOUGHTS. Ward Narramore gets in the racing mindset. Q,,,- THE SHAVE The 1991-1992 season proved to be at-difficult one for the Army lVlen's Swim team. From the beginning, it was easy to see Army was the team to beat. Armywas shaved on by all teams save two in first semester competition, With their record standing at 1-4, including the first loss to Navy in years, the Army team headed into Christmas training witiga sense for what they needed tollgcio sec- ond semester. After a refreshing train- ing trip to Fort Buchanan in San The lVlen's team was crowned Patriot Champions after three days of competition at Crandall Pool. Although Army's only champions consisted of two re- lays, they won the meet con- vincinglyiby over 160 points. Many :swimmers set personal best at this meet. E , The following weekend found, Army at Princeton Llni- versity forthe Eastern Seaboard Intercollegiate Championships. Traditionally a very fast meet, this year's competition wit- nessed many meet record per- JUEIH, PUGNO RICO, Army did not swim Off with two tough as it wished to, finishing perennial powers of 18 teams. Top per- Yale. Altl'1OUgh both Were iif ifgrmanqeg inqjluded team Cap- efforts, indications of good ming were prevalent in both cori- tests. Army showed signs of their ability with a five meet win- ning streak over Lehigh, Rutgers, Columbia Cwon in the last relayl, Dartmouth, and the University of Pennsylvania Cpartially shavedj. The final dual meet of the season found Army swimming against a shaved Brown squad. The shave proved to be the winning factor as Brown won that one in the next to last event. Army had two weeks off to rest, focus, and prepare for the 2nd annual Patriot League Cham- pionships held at West Point. tain Greg Sarakatsannis' 5th C50 freej, 7th C100 freej, and 15th C100 flyj, Flip Williams' 7th C200 freej, 10th C500 freej, Rob Roland's 12th C400 IMD, 15th C200 backl, and Paul Darling's 16th C200 flyj. Overall, this season proved to be a good learning experience. For the Seniors, it did not end as they would have liked to. The Seniors' challenge to the remaining classes is tho they have learned this ii. and make next year a bet- terifoneg and TAKE BACK THE WIN-FROM NAVY! And remem- ber, only "Tough Guysu win. me wwzam 'Q .? ak, A QQ fr: NATHAN REEL new 5' wf NATHAN REEL HO Jfgw ' f QW Q 'fi "" MAS Zfwhzw- , AARSEN NATHAN REEL - CONCENTRATION. RECAPTURING THE FEEL- AIRING UP. Paul Darling takes Purcell devotes his attention to ING, Phil Cowley reflects on A1-my'S a big breath as he cuts through the upcoming dive- victory ar Crandall Pool. 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Paul Cerniauskis has intense stand twist. concentration on the parallel bars. 5... will ff ., :SSC 7 X 2, 0- . .V ,J-F' vigil' ARMY OPPONENT West Point Invitational ' 65th Placeh at 253.05 Springfield 252.40 257.40 Syracuse 271.15 258.25 Cortland St 262.45 258.25 Southern Ct 287.60 262.70 Navy 264.35 258.25 Massachusetts 263.10 258.25 Cornell 254.70 256.50 Temple 276.20 256.50 Springfield 255.70 263.00 111inois 279.50 263.00 Ill-Chicago 272.95 260.60 Cal St Ful. 184.25 257.80 Cal SB 271.40 257.80 UCLA 274.50 257.80 Nebraska 284.35 EIGL' S 16th Placel g Wins 5 Loses 10 Gymnastics. Front Row: Chris Squier, John Miller, J eff Corton, George Shrader, Mike Lucero, Paul Cerniauskas, Marco Rosito, Dan Roberts, Ryan Shih. Back Row: Dr. Horne, CPT Fulton, Ben Udall, Mohamad Haque, Tim Cho, Francisco Romero, Noah Webster, Brian matt, Chris Hossfeld, John Dina, Cirus VanEveren, Carl Shafer. A DIFFERENT PERSPEC- TIVE. John Miller demonstrates his flexibility While in a handstand. Sports 289 hm:-MpaLJ42ii5ZLisW ff ' My ' 4 LOOK, ONE HAND. Noah Webster dismounts from the pommel horse during his first year of competition. CONCENTRATION. John Miller displays power and control by holding an "L" position on the parallel bars. , ' , ,, ,, , or ,, if mga if 5 Z ALL PHOTOS BY ACADEMY PHOTO , ,,,....-f-- ,,,.,,ff--wi ww 1 LOOK AT ME! George Schrader commits total HIGH FI VE. John Dina, a junior, congratulates effort While performing an iron cross on the rings. George Schrader for an excellent performance, SITTING ON AIR. Imad Haque, regional quali- fier, prepares to finish his routine with a perfect form. DETERMINATION. Team Captain John Miller B ,W n "n We -MN' MWA' od ,A f 'M G X ff 'aliifw skills. nnpresses the judges with a difficult combination of .. Wf' L , ,nw W,V,,w:"" 'N my , mn... ff I J OB. Paul Semor John and Team an excellent gwwsawewwwwmawamwvfwfrm-van? ICE HOCKEY f RACING AHEAD. Chris skates away from his RMC opponent -vu OWN OPPONENT ' 5 Queens 3 7 Queens 6 1 Providence 7 5 Elmira 6 6 American lnt'l 2 6 Merrimack 9 2 AK-Fairbanks 7 4 AK-Fairbanks 12 ll Iona O 12 Villanova 5 1 Boston College 4 2 Boston Univ.. 3 11 Scranton 2 H i 2 Merrimack 3 .P 1 Clarkson 11 3 Colgate 10 5 Maine l5 1 Concordia 3 3 UMASSfBoston 4 7 Salem State 4 3 Notre Dame 5 4 Notre Dame 5 3 Royal Military College 2 5 ALA-Huntsville 6 6 ALA-Huntsville 2 3 Air Force 7 5 Air Force 4 H mmm H ' 4 Connecticut 4 - 7 New England 4 1 Kent State 4 2 Kent State 4 HI Wins ll, Losses 19, Ties 1 wesmile-2g:L:::egQgf:,e1f,ufgw:m1,f,ygfl,-.ya1:-.--1-vw-.M-11Hf-w,z.- m '1 - 5QPZPKQSil5f?IS1,iiEi2?LiYE?EiEiE5LFb:Eflfiifii:'iyfifxififi--liii '55-Eiiff If 5 ' T- ' ,lv?11iiUifLp-'-i'?f5Hi,'zJ-l",-.11 'ii 1 g5,f5,?.f- f,-11f1-- 1-17 ICE HOCKEY. FrontRow: ScottBoyle, ErikKindgren, Ross Erzar, Chris Mead, Brandon Hayes, Chris Soucie, Sc0ttTardiC John Compton, Brian Bolio. Second Row: Tim Kelly, Steve Tuite, Rick Randazzo, Brett Funck, Robie MacLaughlin,Bobby Mansell, Rick Berube, Milton Smith, Craiglfellman, Dan Carey, Asst. Coach Brian Riley, Head Coach Rob Riley. Third Row: LTC James Blake, Derek Huifer, Justin Lambert, Chad Sundem, Mark Stachelski, Sean Hennessy, Kevin Backus, Dean Wegner, Michael Landers, J effBrandsma. 292 SLAP SHOT. Scott Gardiner takes KEEPING CONTROL. Justin a shot against RMC. Lambert prepares to pass the puck. ACADEMY PHOTO ACADEMY PHOTO me it A . -w-WWF. MARK BOEKE I dl p 1 f " .- 1 it A V 1' - ' ' i A ' Q u -.V ,l I V ll w . Kagan ah ' I x , H , IN THE EYES. Kevin Backus stares down the competition. ri LICK The Army Hockey team had a new look in the 1991- 1992 seasonza new independent Divi- sion I schedule and a host of young players filling key roles. In November of 1990, the Army Hockey program announcedtliiat its team would be leavinggfufie I Eastern Collegiate Athleticfion- ference Division I league to purf sue an Independent Division I schedule. Head Coach Rob Riley embarked on this path with just 14 of last years 26 Ietterwinners returning. The new schedule in- cluded 6 teams ranked in the top 15 in the nation. Of the 14 returning players, only five were firsties. Anchor- ing the defense were senior co- captains Chris Mead Can offen- sive minded defensemanijiland Chris Soucie fa more rugged "stay at home" defensemani. Close beind them was senior goalie Brandon Hayes. The team's offensive drive was lead by seniors Scott Tardif and Ross Erzar, who posed as serious goal- scoring threats to any opposi- tion. When asked about the sea- son, team captain Chris Mead said, "This was defintely a tran- P CKS sition and rebuilding year for the team." Throughout the course of the season, 36 different play- ers saw ice time in varsity games. The team posted a final record of I 1 - 19-1 . The highlightsofthe season were victories over the Royal Military College and a home victory Force. These two service arcad- emies are Army's biggest rivals, and beating them is the focus of the whole season. The team showed inconsistency, however, against the better Division I schools as demonstrated by their heart-breaking losses to Boston College, 3-2, who were ranked 5th in the nation at the time, and Boston College, 3-2, who were 4th in the nation. The incoDS.is- tencies were due in partto I..r5 the inexperience of young players and injuries--at one pointfin the season, 4 of the 5 senlorsrwere out of the lineup. The team is looking forward to the 1992-1993 season when it hopes that the experience gained by rhe younger players this year will land them a spot in the post- season playoffs. . Sports ,293 5 X ew l-C 631-113- 93" x KN-Y 4 1 MARK BOEKE W fa STEVE VANASKIE BRING IT ON. The Army Team would back Stachelski display hand to hand combat skill against down to no one this year. Chris Soucie and Mark RMC. NATHAN REEL ACADEMY PHO TO it ark? lllorh wihxfsx-we NFA N VK Q Q ts ,vi sv-w ACADEMY PHOTO TAKING THE SLAP SHOT- Chad Sllndem LOOKING AHEAD. Rick Randazzo looks for Q5 dsl? Q If C Sl'l00tS for the Ilet. an Open teammate, CUMMITME T ThiS i A ...RQOIQQ Of the Year for tha have a winning record. Tournament Team after scor- Second, to beat ing25pointsinArmy'slossto twice. And third, to ,E numberone Qnked Fordham. Patriot League f 'f ar'S Season ship. Although fiig eat moments. fell short of their ir goal, Kim rtrr Toto, senior point they ended the . ..L: 1 - q1,, o. Vrizq. flag.. the Patriot 17-12 record inl for a ond season in l.Divisi,Qrs1.I and the Patri emaxguyemk They held a Lea record of 10-4 and were tied for third after regular season play. The team exceeded their second goal by de- feating NAVY twice in the regular season and a third time in the League tourna- ment. This is the first time in the Academy's history that a team has beaten NAVY three times in one season. Many teams in the League had one star or one scorer, but the Army team was renowned for their bal- anced scoring and tough defense. The only cadet to be named to the All-Patriot League team, Gina Scarsella, was known throughout the league not just for her scoring, but also for her defense. Army also had two freshmen make the all rookie team. Lisa Russell and Carrie Garinger both made the team with the former being named single game with 17 assists Wbagainst NAVY. She currently holds every assist record that Army has to include career, single game, and single sea- son. Mary Langendorfscored her 1000th point against Fordham in her last game at Christl Arena. From her 5'9" stance, Lisa Russell won 18 straight tip-offs at the begin- ning of the game. Siobhain Kilgallen stopped an in-bound pass with 2 seconds on the clock to secure Army's one point victory over Lafayette. These moments will always be remembered by those of us who played for Army. We'll also remember running the hill by ODIA, mudslides, suicides in the Central Gym, our trip to Florida, and the friends we've made. The team graduates only two seniors and next year under the new Captain, Gina Scarsella, and Head Coach Lynn Chivaro, the team will once again aim at the Patriot League Championship. 296 GOIN' T0 THE HOOP. The soft THE J UMPER. Lisa Russel pulls touch and high vertical aid Lisa Russel in up for two. scoring easily. NNN NM Y .W if , 'lf . . vim L W NATHAN REEL ABOVE AND BEYOND. Siobhain Kilgallen lofts one over her Bucknell opponents head. ik K m I ARMY OPPONENT VERMONT HARVARD FAIRFIELD MARIST GEORGIA HARTFORD ST. FRANCIS KANSAS SACRAMENTO ST CANTSTUS YALE BROWN LEHIGH LAFAYETTE HOFSTRA BUCKNELL HOLY CROSS NAVY FORDHAM COLGATE LEHIGH LAFAYETTE BUCKNELL HOLY CROSS NAVY FORDHAM COLGATE NAVY FORDHAM Wins 17, Losses 12 ,,. . ,. 1338 NVHLVH WOMENS FnontRow: Ka.r'inGventer,LisaRussel,DonnaParent,Ch1'istinaChand1er. Second Row: Lorai.neAsh,Kel1y O'Cormer, KimKaWam0to,SiobhainKilga.l1en, Jennifer Lisi. Back Row: Gina Scarsella, Mary Langendorij Colendra Dooley, Carrie Gaxinger. Sports 297 NATHAN REEL FOLLOWING THROUGH. Gina Scarsella Watches as her free throw catches nothing but net. THE PREGAME HUDDLE. The Army Team huddles for a final motivational talk. 298 ,.,,,-v' w ,ff mi? ,,,, Af ,yy- ARMY OPPONENT Cornell Citadel VMI Monmouth Iowa Bowling Green Richmond Manhattan Saint Peter's Boston University Marist William and Mary Lehigh Lafayette Bucknell Holy Cross NAVY Fordham Colgate Lehigh Lafayette Bucknell Holy Cross NAVY Fordham Hofstra Colgate Bucknell FAST BREAK. Spencer Staggs fires the ball to Kevin Fricka up the court. 3 is if i - . t -iff 1 f-Elias Yffffa Q 'WW 1 V E ' fa 4 yn iw, ' ' s ww wmmwwuwf Q ttft .y?iyyyy, .W wi: f, if li Wins 4, Losses 24 C 4 A ii. - W f',- '9h4k'Ti fa w..,..,,...N NATHAN REEL MEN'S BASKETBALL. Front Row: Chris Stock, Dave Lyle, Derrik Allen, Craig Rose, David Ardayfio, Ross Peacock, Spencer Staggs. Second Row: Wade Dunford, Rick Green, Bobby Davis, Nico Harrison, Barry Knott. Back Row: Gregg Clark, Kevin Fricka, Brent Secrest. , W lf. y. PREPARE FOR LIFTOFF. Nico WITH THE LEAN Derrik Harrison takes it to Bucknell. Allen goes horizontal for this shot. c 'wli 1 4' NATHAN REEL 5' KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND BALL. DEWMC GM The team discusses their situation. fy,-r, ., isff' NATHAN REEL tv- REB ILD- Q Throughout the 1991- entedgfiglebe up 1992 season the Army basket- itsif0Lw 5lf Of he rostr. ballteam playedavery Aftel inati 5 tg "R ol?iesof schedule, but always fell a " aw f d in th P 'rot points short of finishing thgr Spe gr r Sta s nd opponents. Although the ris , Q learned A ots on suffered many disappointirigf T league b iRookie losses, they continued to Kevin FfiEl??, 5 6-10 together and grow as a team emergedi lateririntgtghe the season progressed. The .iii showed that he underclasses now have best big men in the nucleus of experienced F the HSM three YGBFS- to contend for the Patriot League ig. E lthough the record was title next year. , appointing, the young Without a doubt the nothing to be ashamed high points of the season hard, never the teams' two wins over quit, kept their heads These victoriesngiarkedthe first ups be back next year timeinyitlge of the punish- that feCQlvMM1iSryGQt. in OHS. lf The team HO ld in defeating ltliieiilfirgiiiinia iii iii we thgiig erieni g iof tary Institute atfthe Weber Stat? the wetgriaslmdllhanks Military Classic in Utah. W for the guys. The team reliedheavily on their p1ebe3QiQgg.y'rhe talg. sports 301 "" ' L STEVE VANASKIE -- -", '-': ' ' DEREK MCGILL POISED FOR THE PLAY. Freshman starter nico Harrison has his hands in the ready position for the ball. HANDS OFF, DUDE. David Ardayfio and his man get the feel of each other's jerseys. NATHAN REEL , .,,,W..Wm,,, DEREK MCGILL K NATHAN REEL We WWW! M-111-.a,,,W W THE BIG FAKE. Rick Green tries to pass off through the the arms of his Lehigh man. JUMP SHOT. 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Q ,,.,,, .P ln a few brief words were met, whileywe fell 2 However, hard fought defeats we came one could describe the '91- several ot , st i l impressive back to destroy East r92 season as a good start, finishing fiig who Stroudsburg, 38-8 in our last and an encouraging finishwith 20 statu :,,: fall dual meet and went on to 5 lew CliSf1PPOintn'1entS lfl be- but ,iiciii C Easterns where we had seven tween- and lrl, place-wrrrrrers and three NCAA We Opened the Sea' Cluellll iti ff iddi C rrid finelifiefe- son with wins over Air Force, Jacob Opelnidgld During the final two rounds of Rider, North Carolina and a the EIWA tournament we were strong showing against Penn able to demonstrate what Army Stale' We Went en fe eflley who is all about. We won Several more vielenee Wlllle Sen iriil iillflfeef' rlferiel 1 Ofeuf 12 fnetenee end, in the Suffering Setbneke te Clarion, efii Effner, "Showed Syracuse, Lehigh and Navy. emd and determi- We flllleleeel the duel meet ll1f??T0ugh 27141 illl elh Seen Sinee my Season fenleeel Zlel in the ilc nation, placed fourth at the in the ell liii ' li, we fellshort of EIWA only three points be- got of any All-Ameri- hind third place Brown, at the Centralf ji, head l,f E ,l,ll,ii ,i,i NCAA tourna- errrerrrrp Serrrrrrgrrree Sey errorrdsbrr i performance tlers on to the NCAA Mat Ll.S.A. tour w ifli promise for the Our list of preseason Then MSenior Jacob Garcia, goals were lofty byjustpgibout State Duals going into the tournament any standard: finish ,iy, ycame back ed, upset 56 seed John the top 20 Division I in J Ping 5 of Wisconsin. Though the nation, beat Air and irriif State. of suffered hard-fought de- Navyg have a of with Dave Warnick and NCAA qualifiers lina 185 ijrrrwarnick will be back again Americansg work stay be lead the Army team healthy, eflel Qel ,iicr best ,rrlii fine nnete- PhySlCalfmGlQl3rEtl llll as victories Nick Tom Peeelble- if lrl A Some of those goals Americani Matt White of Penn State, rrlls and Pete Welch of North Storey,"l5othllll6flMNavy. Returning from these STEVE VANASKIE 306 LOOK OF DEATH. Simon Reese stares down his opponent before the whistle blows. HIP HUG. Dave Warnick, in the up position, controls the every move of his fellow grappler. STEVE VANASKIE TAKEDOWN. Junior pin specialist Dave Warnick gets a hook and an ankle to pull his man to the mat. STEVE VANASKIE Army Opponent 27 Air Force 12 19 Rider 15 15 Penn State 25 22 Bucknell 19 18 North Carolina 16 26 Toledo 9 39 NE Missouri St. 2 30 Princeton 7 49 Wagner O 42 Manhattan 5 14 Lehigh 21 33 Wilkes 5 28 Rutgers 11 11 Clarion 24 18 Syracuse 20 18 Navy 22 38 E. Stroudsburg 8 Mat-Town U.S.A., 8th place. EIWA Championship, 4th place. N.Y. States, 3rd place. Wins 12, Losses 5 WRESTLING. Front Row: Jason Wright, Tosh Dezaki, Todd Nilson, Doug Kim, Reynold Arrendondo, Dave Abrahams, Sung Won, Scott Tucker, Mike Peterson, Tom Larson, Sam Volkman, Matt Bartlett, Ros Walker, LT Nick Mauldin. Second Row: Meredith Brown, Liz DePrimo, Odessa Maxwell, Travis Smith, Brian Andrusin, Rob Harris, Mike Volpe, Phil Bartlett, Jack Vantress, Suk Kim, Gary Hennigan, Tom Fennoseff, Carey Tucker, JeffThompson, Dave Warnick, Eric Duvall, Coach Baranik. Third Row: Greg Lundahl, CPT Fullerton, CPT Merritt, Matt Marciniak, Mark Swanson, Romy O'Daniel, Coach Effner, Torrey Smith, Jason Figueiredo, Todd Blackwell, Jacob Garcia, Mike Rossi, Paul Waterman, Mike Gresson, COL Dakta. Back Row: MAJ O'Dowd, MAJ Sullivan, Joe Hogan, T.J. Wright, Mike Scheuing, Simon Reese, Dan Driscoll, Jared Coleman, Bill Sjolinder, Cory Pickens, Hannibal Bray, Tony Hicks, Mike Benson, MAJ Smith. Sports 307 ALL WRAPPED UP. Simon Reese MOVING IN FOR THE KILL. reverses and looks eagerly at his Matt Marciniak takes top in order to oppoenent's exposed back. turn his opponent for back points. STEVE VANASKIE STEVE VANASKIE p STEVE VANASKIE TAKING A SPILL. Jeff Thomp- son introduces the enemy to the mat. LAUGHING IT UP. Captain Jack Vantress cannot help but laugh as he thinks of the fate of his fellow grappler. -bmi STEVE VANASKIE 1 HEAD TO HEAD COMBAT. Simon Reese is tied up, looking to chute for that open leg. STEVE VANASKIE NCAA takes his pm style Black Knight Invitational Air Force Academy Invitational Campbell University Invitational St. Johns McLaughlin Invitational Ben Hogan Fripp Island Intercollegiate Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate Rutgers University Invitational Patriot League Championships Beat Navy Eastern Championships 4th 10th 3rd 3rd 7th 9th 2nd lst We did! 4th GOLF. FrontRoW: Brent Mumford,Trey Owen, Brent Edwards, Chad Bagley, Tom Traficano, Mark J ohnson, J eb Zeller. BackRoW: CoachJimC1evenger,MAJMoughon,Bil1E1derb0n, CPTPau1Landt, C.W. CaI1fle1d,RalphHamm, CPTJ ohn Lyons,Rob ShuPrs,Russe11Jordan, BrandonGrogan, LTC Sta.rrettCOIC3 SHOWING PERFECT AS HE TRIES T0 JUDGE FORM, C.W. Canfield leads off with a THE SLOPE, Paul Landt putts one solid drive. home. 1' HQ TRYING TO GET INTO THE TREY OWEN LINES SWING OF THINGS. Ralph UP HIS NEXT SHOT Hamm readies his stance for the next with practiced precision. drive. ii" W uw I .mf -H+' ,J S? II efzagfgwpgegg 1 wwwxfgw. 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Hannah Ohkawa sets herself to take the next shot. 312 JASON KIRK FRIENDS ON THE COURT. Shannon Barry FORE! Shannon Barry prepares to smash one back and Amy Bratton enjoy some pre-practice laughs. across the net. Jo PHKLWS 0MEN'S TENNIS ARMY OPPONENT 4 Lafayette 5 3 Lehigh 6 9 Monmouth O 9 Manhattan O 5 Bucknell 4 4 Colgate 5 3 Rutgers 6 6 Holy Cross 3 2 Providence 7 4 Villanova 5 6 Fordham 3 9 Marist O 9 Hofstra O 9 Farleigh- O Dickinson 2 Air Force 7 O LA State 6 O Swestern LA 6 8 U New Orleans l 3 Nicholls St. 6 9 Wagner O 9 Concordia O 8 Pace l 9 Farleigh- O Dickinson 7 St. John's 2 7 Wins 14, Losses lO Jo PHILLIPS TENNIS. Front Row: Allyson Toce, Amy Bratton, Hanna Okhawa, Rebecca Marier. Back Row: MAJ Withers, Lorraine Mjlutin, Krista Hoffman, Shanon Barry, Hannah Chang, Katie Rumely, Jim Hawkins. PRECISION. The form of the serve determines how good it will be. Sports 313 JO PHILLIPS l I I I 1 1 I 3, If I iw 1 I I I ,, 'Z wx ' ' ' .. . 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' NATHAN REEL NATHAN REEL fern YOU'RE UP. "Swing batter, IT'SAHIT!JackiePattenwales L' batter, swing batter!!!" 320 one into right field. HERE IT COMES. Julie Robert prepares to snag EVER READY. YearlingAllison Miller stands alert a grounder from an unfortunate opponents' bat. for any stray grounders. ' NATHAN REEL 'ww NATHAN REEL Army Opponent 5 Air Force 2 l Notre Dame 2 2 Navy 3 2 Memphis State 6 5 Rutgers 7 2 Rutgers 3 4 Florida State 5 5 Florida State 6 l Nova ll 8 St. Thomas 6 6 Barry 7 10 Mercy 3 2 C.W. Post 3 2 C.W. Post 5 5 C.W. Post 6 6 Navy 2 9 Navy 7 1 Pennsylvania 4 7 Pennsylvania O 3 Pace l 10 Seton Hall 2 4 Harvard 18 6 Harvard ll 3 Dartmouth 2 8 Dartmouth 2 3 St. Johns ll O Yale 1 O Yale 6 1 Columbia 2 6 Columbia 5 5 Pace 6 5 Princeton 6 l Princeton 3 4 Cornell 5 7 Cornell 13 ll Fordham 3 7 Monmouth 12 2 Brown 1 5 Brown 7 in mM"""W'W"'W 4 .,,,..., , i:,, ,W WJ Softball. Front Row: Andrea Sierakowski, Diana Stumpi Tanya Bovetsky, Jen Bradac, Jackie Patten, Michelle Schmidt, Paula Bostwick, Allison Miller, Sheri Schweiker, Darlene Dondero. Back Row: Brigitte Yuskis, Jennifer Clegg, Jennifer Johnston, Kate McAvoy, Megan Clark, Julie Robert, Julie Williams,Jennifer Bhaalla,CharlotteTobin,DeannaHolt. FOLLOW THROUGH. Good form leads to good scores for Army Softball. Sports 321 E s x 'N "i"1p...- N -W ,Vg X.bX K ALL PHOTOS BY NATHAN REEL FOREVER WAITING. 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A runner takes off down the track with a Sudden burst of speed. MARK BOEKE 'Q 5 . 1 .r r OUTTA HERE! An Army shotputter launches the shot VANASKIE in TIME OUT. Womens trackers take time out to visit with Trooper. Sports 325 OUTPACIN G THE PACK. Wlth PERFECT FORM. The combma perfect form, an Army sprinter kicks up tion of form and strength gives Army dust on her fellow opponents. the edge with the javelin. 'JN is We oeee 1 .xfif ji , N- W 5 5 . J if . .ii 341,-,HK VQMW ,nz ,W , M. ,, qz 4 ' -f?F42ffgziL, .JNL sw 6 W ., it as , K M K M OOMPHF! With a hard land- ing, an Army jumper outdis- tances the rest. we nz,-.'F,,5,, 5 K -cm.,-N , , W, in S.-mmm WV- wmg Wf'-5.1 snzwmmw K Wax. STEVE VANASKIE JO PHILLIPS Sports 327 ONE MORE INCH! An Army longjumper stretches for that extra distance. 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An Army hurdle STEVE VANASKIE STEV m 4 nf :z nf U? E m V rmwmwfmww 'Q ...fa-E ,iv .gd9:rifg.g V - 1 W V 3 E gf -S sf' Nw S15 x , , 1 1, W ww, 1 , , M2 , M. M Q6 ,h , Q7 ' . 'fn WM, 1, 1 . , if 6. , 4-is-, gtg, . V . - 7,3253 -. .5 gf J H i -'X W' - 2 1 , ...--H , Yfrr , - Y ,. , r " 1' -f ,,, E ,,, 2 I UBMA EIIMSVHVA EIAELL Long Beach WEST Penn Patriot 6th P THE AGONY OF VICTORY. An Army shotput goes skyhigh. 4th STEVE VANASKIE STEVE VANASKIE Jr if .NN "---.T with a win on the 5000 meter. bar. PUSHING THROUGH. Tim Steckel finishes up MID AIR. An Army pole vaulter soars easily over the Sports 329 Team Captain AND Jason Jenking is poised leaps over the bar in the high jump. thfgw the javglin for Army. STEVE VANASKIE p ir? F it T - A " - K ict. Q 'XI' 'L . 4532345 s . i L 4, - L X 4 K Q 3 NK 'Z -g 1 5 .3 I . :- xi 5 Q X N. - X - swf Asgkh . U T MARK BOEKE :owl , My . .1 ZZ llfff STEVE VANASKIE LEANING INTO THE TURN, Mike Peck is FINISHED AT LAST. Jeremy Swift rests 330 beating his opponent from Navy. after running a swift race. Vfuma, ,, , HWXWW W 9 Z, f . Q aw Wm MW W- 'V4!'W1 W M Us W A WW W W, th H W M A, ,, 'WA 1 fp ww W ' .4 in 4,5 ,,,M,M , , W uw, if'iM,:, yf, V f M f, ,Y,,f,,' , f W" 'Z H ,H ., Q, V W ,W ,, W W Q' nwlf, ' fwn , 'W 'law' A-M f ' gf ml W Z f if ' , 4 ,.. I f "' fw , 6 W, A ' ,Q f ,ff-fm 'V si ws af '3 'www My f ,W ARMY OP P ONENT 5 Air Force 2 1 Notre Dame 2 2 Navy 3 2 Memphis State 6 5 Rutgers 7 2 Rutgers 3 4 Florida Atlantic 5 5 Florida Atlantic 6 1 Nova 11 8 St. Thomas 6 6 Barry 7 10 Mercy 3 2 C.W.Post 3 2 C.W.Post 5 6 Navy 2 9 Navy 7 1 Pennsylvania 4 7 Pennsylvania O 3 PACE l 10 Seton Hall 2 4 Harvard 18 6 Harvard 11 3 Dartmouth 2 8 Dartmouth 2 3 St. Johns 11 O Yale 1 O Yale 6 1 Columbia 2 6 Columbia 5 5 PACE 6 5 Princeton 6 1 Princeton 3 4 Cornell 5 7 Cornell 13 11 Fordham 3 7 Monmouth 12 2 Brown 1 5 Brown 7 COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT YOU. An Army pitcher thanks the catcher. 332 SEE THE BALL. A base hit was the result from this batters swing. r MARK BOEKE 6 'rwmwwmwwmwww'wwmwgfawmvammaravagifa P- MARK BOEKE TEAMMATES. Three members of Army's Baseball Team enjoy a lighter moment. fx if "llfllll f M. l Y: lv lx 3 3 E IT'S ALL IN THE MOTION. Army's pitching Ace gets ready to deliver a strike 275 EO HE F6 QU +Ur-4 5:2 SCU Q-1 SCE 22 Ea, P-QCD 553 r W W,,,,,,, ' .,k. 5, E -Q .U V 27 Z U7 O l'l'I 2 CTI QE EDIEIOH MHVW Sports 333 MARK BOEKE 1 ,.. X S ig 5 Ll 5 , X fi? X X I , I xg S f -1 Qi P s S E I , w., s 5 j HARD ON THE KNEES. Catch- ers are always thankful for a chance not to squat. K 'x x xx xxxxw C' RELEASE. This ball heads toward the strike zone. Q1 .ss N , W., MARK BOEKE L h BLACK HATS. These guys mean business in the minutes before the game. Sports 335 .....,....-........, N,,,,. ,W ww ,V M, wmv- READY TO GO. A lax player has the look that he is ready to play. be We rfe2isMfe?Q5 arg U g efrq esg ' 'L -1: E M Y w ' .,.... 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S2w22'faH:a2iG: 2.PEH's-fiwwggx 23:55 7 2321535523 fwwsvssisiga gi2233225if5XE2522EXES5PigsSZ95SW2SiX32imm2222gi23H?i2932Zei'2:2,, Sf'Q?i2M2SY6S'7 A521 2 25532525Ze255:223233323ZQ222222522252ss2mf-AQZ32sg2gigigig?gQ2Sig2fT-fzkiiif giggiggzsaeszi-s's2:2:3g22f2g5.2:ZQ23 Q25 2 2:5essas2wzm2Q22Ewa2,222222Q2ez222,22QSQ2M2S5252:22522ismw.f5EA2:m:2,2:m2.':2w2i2s2f.FEs:ik.2Em WARM UP. Numbereleven does INTIMIDATION' Height alittle pregame Warming up' can be a real advantage 1n la- STEVE VANASKIE CTOSSG. 5 U' ff uf . mmf .. .W , Q. , 4 STEVE VANASKIE STEVE VANASKIE , ' fi - 'W 'W' . ,,E. . . E EEE,EE ZI, s M t. W X QV: N fr . v.A- 5 ...f.,..w. , . Q , t in EEQQ Q Q K KQ: -, U 4 La , E fi' is A i E. E .. . ' e m ,.12- n uq. 1: ff :" E 6 X k j lg E WE E- . E E YEi E E N X is ,, N X 1' f Rise ex . iw ' if , NWN Q . .N-A .- xg Q ,::,. ,.f-sex? NWN .xxx. -..M .MW...,,,..... se. .W A X. 1 1..,s.,,..w. f,.w-efg,,,.,.f, MINE! Forty two outruns his opponent with his superior speed and agility. .. 5 K . QE as M is A ff . . ,, .W. ., 7 ff W K,',, , ff I O bm-A-w...,,.,,,,., 3 .M fi F fi: I 0 'if .gi W , QI .. O ' Q fu ,vi lg., ak , 1. 33 1-, f!s -,Q , i mums ni ,in A '- , v, 7 f' ,, ' EFF' wx 42---......,w.,,,,,, Wwwvwmwmw g W M., lv 3 W 3 ,wg .,QQ lip 5 - Y A KQL , Q. " vw 9 mg' s , AW Lang . ,W Mx, N My L mu Q V f z M M, ,QM M X B, V, A ' 911 A .f ' I V V - sd 6 F ws, ' Q LM . , 17 a1,,,11,mXV'in, . nm ,UA 3.5 Mum, f -Mk-V'1Zg-Mffz' '- i' P, ,W -an W! 5 F I ' t I D . 4? W . Lf! M' x 4 n 1 1 D 1 M 3, ,ag,,,,,fMR: 'Jm'u'W- WW? M Miubwwwf L? ' f' Vi 1 M . .f., - ,XL 3 Wfiiff-1 Lam , M kiiffs, Q 'QA Q M 'V-1 E -'ey Aww 1 V W in 'QM' , H SM.. 1 sw . an " WM ., , H W .R N F, , , W ,, ff, W ,, . u ' svn' ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK. The door to the powerlifting team room says it all. 'SEK I 3512 -rg 4? , 1 '? Q STEVE VANASKIE YES I CAN! Dean Thimjon convinces himself to lift the bar during a session STEVE VANASKIE VANASKIE DETERMINED ATTITUDE. This powerlifter muscles the bar up. W CONCENTRATION. This Army lifter thinks about his impending lift. THESE ARE HEAVY. Darrick McGill tries out some free weights. L3 STEVE VANASKIE STEVE VANASKIE V OWERLIFTWB "Whether you like us or not, take a good look at us, cause we're the best thing going today"" -Bubba Stokes THE ARMY POWERLIFTING TEAM STEVE VANASKIE BANNER Sports 345 H 1 1, '13 Y , ff ' Q , 1 V f .if 'Z' V ., ' N 'Uv V , fa in f' mf My 1 , 5 KH 'fr .QQ i ' I Arne 1 axxf Q ww E115-fm, ' 1 ' ,A K -.a nr. 1 v db 4 K L n ,W MW w H'vJMi W f X, H rim ff af 4 if N 'E N Q- " ' ' , ww l - ' 2 1 ' 74 L WV , X W 1 NM. , U 7:16 L+ fl' STEVE VANASKIE The 1991 season brought a new era for the Army Rugby Club. The retirement of LTC Mike Mahan from the du- ties of head coach left the new British Exchange Officer, MAJ Andrew Drake, with big boots to fill at the helm of the club. MAJ Drake took over in August and steadily prepared Army Rugby F:MA. The Army ruggers try their best to rout the Air Force team. I THOUGHT THIS WAS RUGBY?!? A black Knight is tackled, but We at least hold onto the ball. A BREATHER. Even hard-core ruggers take a breather and pop out their mouthpiece once in a while. ll STEVE VANASKIE EW TI ED DYNAS 'rk' 'iff 'i'f .L rlisrir . A . ing game- f Rouge coaches for their hard work and change iiyll th Cons... ,iyiri d?diCatiOn throughout the Yeaff Drak,e's was the a l jgg,Drake, CPT Ross, CPT of Ai? 2 NOVefffE'6?f 0SC! W fanan, MAJ Fontanella, . teaffl C'Ol'Tl' C Mcybxnneneyv pletely dominated the Zoomies Championship. The team CDT Sleageh in every phase of the game en Air force in a physicallty tough iill A ryg. ear's committee route to a victory. This semifinal game in the spring at inclufdffffz sident Muggs was the secongitgstraight victory colorado, but lost to perennial Malinowski, vice-President Eriq overA,irForce,ltliQteam'sgreat- power Cal Berkeley in the fi- 'Perv' Hall, Treasurer Mieheel to take on a more European style of Rugby. This style incorporated much more finesse and skill within the powerful Army scrum, which traditionally has relied on its size and fitness to batter op- ponents. ln addition, the usual speed and determined running of the backs was augmented by est rivglfor natioffal supremacy in Collegiatar . Army Rugby won its fourth consecutive Northeast- ern title with victories over the University of Corifriecticut, 30- 15, and Brown University, 27- 15. The team went to Baton Rouge to c fourth con- , 1 nals. They finished the year 2nd in the nation. Field Marshalls Muggs Malinowski and Eric Hall have led the Army A Side attack this season. Andy Pero, Mark Kempf, and Piggy Rausch captained the club's B, C, and D sides to victory this season. The 'Delbert' Mc Kay, and Publicity Man Mike 'The Caveman' Rob- erts. A very special thanks goes to Chris Jenks for selfless ser- vice and a continued dedication in upholding the tradition of the Army "Rag Man." 239 f ' 'S M Q W J! ,Y r gf O ay -Q' 1 . H "-I , 4 , 'S gf f' ' " ' F ,V if Akx' f' . m , -. ,X EK .1 W n DOWN FOR THE COUNT. Jon PL!U'llCQHi takes time out of' the game fin' El rack session. My wg? MV ., . 'inf up-sv ,v. ww, QT, MW! M LINDA SCOTI' READY FOR ACTION. Lisa Maxwell waits to follow up on an Army shot. , E LINDA SCOTI' OUT. Linda Scott readies to shoot again the opponents' goal. STRETCH, The team warms up in Lake THANKS. The team thanked the coach with Placid before a competitive match. this signed ball. LINDA SCOTI' W0meH'S Team Handball. Front Row: Beth Coughlin, Kris Medeiros, Cherie J ohnson, Rochelle Johnson, Christina Bea.rdsley,Ann Cunnings,Annah Castellini. Second Row: TraceyWillia1ns, Heidi Trush, Joanne Schell, Patrica Borcher, Diana Stumph, Dawn Connjif Third Row: Heather Kitson, Patrica Westbrook, Kelly Burns, Linda Scott, Deanna Beauvais. Back Row: MAJ Linnington, Noelle Blanc, J ennjfer Dormire, Meagan Bearman, Lisa Maxwell, CPTZimmerman. Sports 351 JO H N AITA i.aNA,.., .., LOOKING FOR A CONNEC- FIRE AWAY. Steve Smith takes a TION. Jason Schroeder seeks some help across the floor. shot as Bart Martin looks on. ' if if -f K 'lsaNu.mm.,1,,,M,, ,ummm N: JOHN AITA ...-ff'-""""'4 N gi Mya U .awww . ..,,..,,-.tw-fe M CHARGING AHEAD. Decker Cammack moves into position for the open shot. 352 lVIe1'l'S TGBIII Handball. FrontRoW: Steve Smith, J. T. Thorne, Dan Taylor, Marcus Gaccione, ScottAita, Bart Martin. Middle Row: Geoff Adams, Kevin Clark, Eric Warren, Decker Cammack, Michael Thornberry, David Francomb, Aaron Morgan. Back Row: Harlan Hutcheson, GeoffW ebb, Scott Longford, Derek Hasty, Steve Johnson, Marc Benjamin, Don Roy, Jason Schroeder, Scott Polk, Will Torpey. 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Crew members must be in excellent shape to battle the might Hudson current. BATTLLING THE CURRENT. Against a brisk Wind, members of the Army Women's crew 152 make their Way up the river. vu.vn. un ummm. HVNXHVN EILLVM ROW, ROW ROW YOUR BOAT! Member of the Army Crew team are determined to Win. PREPARING FOR THE RACE. A team member checks her equip- ment prior to racing. STEVE VANASKIE CREW TEAM. Front Row: Alanna Parrinello, Chip O'Donnell, Cheryl Passarelli, Carol Rodriguez-Rey, Naive Vernon, Gail Colbert. Second Row: Dr. Tom Rigney, MAJ Lonnie Henley, Pat Howell, Kevin McKenna, Gerry O'Donnell, J effKazaglis, Jaime Gilliam-Swartz, LTC DogMcKenna. Third Row: Kelly Brown,Jea1iie Keast, Shannon Coll, Chrissy Sinaoorie, Charlie Driscoll, Kyle Elliot, Julie Neylon, Sean Mikula, Fourth Row: LTC Gordon Rudd, Tina Connors, Kerrie Arata, Ally Churins, Sara Ross, Elisabeth Stark, Gabrielle Maddaloni, Sean Hardin, Greg Nardi. Back Row: Julie Simoni,K1'istyn Roberts, Kristin Reed, Chad Shields, Jon Novak, Jon Ferko, Creighton Tubb, Brad Sutek, Eric Peltzer. Sports 359 JOE BERGER CLOUDS OVERHEAD. Dressed in foul Weather gear, the RAMMING SPEED. Only a last minute expert cut will prevent disaster sailingteam braces for aNor'easter. here. 1 1 JOE BERGER Mft X e CUT OFF. Two sailing team vessels vie for position at the starting line. Y. iv U' USMR O i his USMS J Sailing. Front Row: J eiTMi11er, Tom Witt, Chris Wendland. Second Row: Eddie Fuchs, Missy Emmons, Camille Smith, Mark Walters, Matt Erlacher, Dan Kudrna. Back Row: Ryan Parker, Brett Sweet, Roger Plasteit, Bil1Taylor. LATER! Two members of the sailing team, eager to leave their grey clad Wor- J. U,.r, wwwwweezwiwswseegmv ,fsU,a.,,w 9 'rssisQgwyfgws21,34-:g,ggqsfwlssssegmgsgzgsgsgbs ..r.M.M1SW.,w M..,.5I,sm wmgtfmsetmw , M U,D, ,.W,sM-WSW mmww, 2,,yMW M, M.,,r,,,.....,.M,, w,mw A ,.W,v W rU.U. ,v.r.,.mm . .... 11 E, S : . 9 W SW .. 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Will Linder sports the full cycling attire Of special note cling Team began its sea- was Captain Ed Walters' son early, as team mem- Time Tria1fHi1l Climb bers travelled to camps vic:toryatourownA:rmy in Florida and North Spring Classic as Army Carolina's Blue Ridge WentontoBEATNAVY is Mountains for Spring by the amazing score of i Break. Racing most of 1021 to 7 points! Other ithefsseason in sleet or highlightslineludegielieiif jf rain, the team eelel ell ED WALTERS I'LL BE BACK. Dustin OUT OF THE PACK Wambeke looks imposing with his Will Linder moves ahead to gain racing shades. a better position. 362 sgsgsgeisf VICTORS. The Army ped- dlers celebrate their victory over Navy ED WALTERS Cycling.Fr0nt Row: Chris Schmidt, Ed Walters,WiJl Linden. Second Row: Lisa Nolan, Emma Cuevas, Ryan Marsh, LorenFerlow,TGTay1or, GuyDumas. BackRow: MAJ Crawford, Ken Burkman,Dominique Edwards, DustinWambeke,J en McNear, MAJGray. Sports 363 - V. -g4:.wf,:sf ai N W Jmfufww Q' of T .M , ., ,, , M at W ,Man 8 ,W ti9??2g,?3?3, 3La5?MfF,t,25?,ageggvtyxiggtgggwgis QEWWQQ gygfgggygwgwyjyyfg Mig Q Q . l Q ' T A is 1 : -. W , , .. T, K f ' "'Z"""' 5 WWW: - . - ' ,,:,M .- Althmghm f the more mel, 1VlcHargue were res onsible for out- eled first to the Coors Lig A y Triathlon team standing organiza and ove helm- series in Boston, where Ted Thome de- gresents on the mg success ofthe race. Althou many feated 1600 comg ltors to Win the over- ' f hps ever to don Olors irsties f needing a "Ring all amateur racef Steve Ansley QG-4, ' lll, , atl'1lOf15' biathlons eeken several did very '93l showed his ex corps-squad track events again were of the thirty we Frank finished Llllte I' e hlon team captain, cadets. status off by moving up several posi- tions on the team. The Cadets' next race while most was in gLgiE2.., where Ted Thome con- pass, the tin domination, finishing competition Vzgvl adet Sonki -3, Triathlon. ullgil' Vlll o -18 ile beating more ns to as to nearly the Continuing their eami K cadets qualihetl at Bos Championships Ted Thome group while QB 1, 941 and Lisa, with great feetj and the affected SEV- Desai the 364 DOMINATING THE FIELD. Ted Thome is on his Way to another Triathalon victory. WILLS-AND BODIES-OF IRON. Members ofthe team gather for support at the end of a race. ...mg all lla Triathalon Team. Front Row: Chris Pflanz, Sonki Hong, Brian Foldenauer, Frank Sobchak, Amy Meeks, Ted Thome, Scott Straton. Second Row: John Clancy, Mike Blandino, Dave Borgognoni, Jennifer Niblick, Ken Cole. Third Row: Kendal Musgrove, Steve Ansley, Jason Hoffman, Lisa Schertel, CPT Mike McHarg'ue. Back Row: CPT Bill Harmon, Stan Buchesky, Mark Reurdanz. CYCLING FOR LIFE.Triathal0n PACESETTERS. John Dube, Dale Captain Frank SOlJCl13k H12ik6S hiS Wheels Robison, and Dave Beshears pace each other go round and round. in the Marine Corps Marathon. m . Marathon Team. Front Row: Dennis Eclarin, Curt Ohland, Nance Csoka, Kara Geisler, Terri Welsh, Will Cobb, Paul Christianson, Mark Purdy, Will Olson, Jason Bill, Craig Lakota. Second Row: Scott Beall, Jim Fitzgibbon, Carolyn O'Donnell, Sally Kim, Don Esser, Chris Jarvis, Doug Swenson, Kerry LeFrancis, Steve Smith, Randy Arvay, Dale Robison, Lars Zetterstrom, Joe Janczyk, Ryan Saulsbury, Monte Davenport. Back Row: CPT Abahazy, MAJ Dalton, Dave Beshears, Tim Viles, Kris Reisenweber, Beth Williams, Armando Rodriguez, Darin Richter, Omar Jones, John Dube, Bill Linn, Brian Hornung, CPT Goodman, MAJ Greenawalt. . W. . it BALLRUNNERS. Second Squad A BULLDOG RALLY, Five of the Army-NHVY Game Ball RUHIIGFS Marathoners came from company B-2. rests after along trip to Philly. HES? - ..-si -1 .. safez:fe.f.f::'..'1..'.'..'f1.1.s:i.Q'if 1 " iii' 1 ,..,. 1 once so Robison fgzsxand Dave again C21 Point this Stayed the Paflk yearf ffied Out fdf H le3CiGfS55iH ?!3lFd- FOFJ C0115 Only ifffl fe- aw receiv- l mg only sxfsri our an sears By their first raceiiilliel Danbury 1OK, sonlong. ffffffzli- forty-three males and 8 , The Club did Very well in the femalesi remained on the team's ros- team. Competitions aSll'WSll-. Af the ter with 28 ofthe members having no prior experience. The competition ll ' iiifetnaixied quite intense among these cadets for the remainder of first se- mester as they each fought for the privilege of getting the final authori- zations forthe team. The upper three classes were well represented C13 Firsties, 16 Cows, and 10 Yearlingsi and the plebes chipped in four dedi- 1 cated runneraias well. The team also consisted offfione Middle and two Coasties whogadded a little to the team's colfnposition. ffgfffi li,i" T -- Rockland Half Marathon, fthe men's tearngtook the first three places, andthe Wfittiens team took the tirsttwowomeds places. At the Army 10 Miler, the men's team placed first in the military acad- emy division and placed 22nd overall out of a field of 345 teams entered. At the Marine Corps Marathon, the men's team placed 2nd, Gthffzth, 10th, and 15th in the collegeluniyeriity division in the collegefuniversitylldivision from the 16 teams ,..., e gitered. The women placed Zndiinitlieiinilitary women's division out of a field of 4 teams. After the first P3555 ghg t 1 o in the team's final race, the Marathon Continuedprfiffgf the .Marine Corps Marathon, thirty-two ca- next five :dis participated and allrbut one cadet Mara:hQn5.oiif.o?iZf15??i535lni'5 Sqhedgijgyifgg males on the team with a personal best Qiudedfherhiiaaeiphfa oisranegfeiesg: sic f13.1 fl'lll6Sl, the Rocklariafijialf. 5 Marathon, the New York Cityfblara- thon Tune-up C25kmi, the Fort to Fort 30K Run,,.a,ndLthe,Army 10 Miler. The Ma rathonlteamllifiembers weiilat.rthessemperirions iIL'Sifelly leading Right on .iohn's tail was the regards of2:4,7:O6:BJoe Jancyzk Q93J also ran a personal best with a time of 2:53:43 in order to come in second of the marathon team's runners. 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Back Row: CPT Feige, CPT Bruzese, Ben Hwang, Chris Hockenberry, Scott Davis, David Han1ann,Mike Peters, GeoHifeyJeram, Trent Shuping, Reed Little, Maryann Ku, Chris J arvis, Rich Stanfield, Franc Orellana, Frances Danaher, Kent Korunka, Brian Greata, Cindy Laoboonmi, Kieth Haufler, John Hoesser, Kevin Rhoads, Hate Smith, Matt Schell, Mark Clough. Sports 367 MAKING CONTACT. Doug Kitani inplants his foot in his oppoi nents' gut. S s: s s E A FEW CHOICE WORDS, THE KILL. Kim finishes offhis op- Doug Kitani expresses his elation over 1301161113- the quickly gained point. others. K C IC I ln this past year, leadership of strived to provide the mg more receptive to arts expe- iev- It here that rience train the fighters and KARATE Front Row: David Gardner, DougKitani, Todd Plotmer, Mark Hofilineister, MAJ Challans,J in Kim, Peter Vonalt, JeffKu1hrnan. 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Adam Boyd nent prepares to go sky high. introduces his opponent to defeat. 370 s - 1- mm ww, ff' ,WQQM7453'fZ3i?WW-5f5Wli' ' Wzwiya "Sf ar M' S L,+:figQ,WvmM SCOTT' HAYFORD :ka ii ' . .. ,. : I, if iz r... L' fs ' Bi if? I as his so . X K r 552 Q Q K ,fsfiifi-os? ' i L .iQQf, ' - , ii Q 'Q JNL? jk ji H wr REEL 'iv W - 'R '- qw iii mggl l TAKING TO ARMS. Rod Fischer works on afflicting pain to his opponent. ini f. ww QQ: ,Q SS Q so U , Eglin Qgzikwggfqie iiikaggk A ,mv QB, Q x a Y S .wx ww wx Nr X Egg? as M5-if? 5 at Q sew, if N X5 Msg? iw xfQ5f,mk3 2 F ..., : si ii 5 . QR, V 1 i ,L K ,.... FM V, Y , . ig., K, . ,. :.i t ykyr Q Q Q ,. ..,: 5 'f-..-,, , "-A 'P 3 Q A ' A S' Q i i ' if 3 - , , , iv. x in J 11110. Front Row: John Alice, Matt Denny, Paul Kwon, Karin Johnson, Grace Park, Joe Wszynski, Craig Barstow. Second Row: Doug Corneski, Rod Fischer, Keith Nice, Chris Grose, Todd Real, Chuck Webber. Back Row: Sensei OgasaWara,AlexAdelman, Matt Eichburg, Allen Haight, Chris Allen, Dave Slivka, Leo Wyszynski, Rich Bell, NATHAN REEL Sports WHAT FORM. Jeff Grosso prepares to get the ball going. BALL IN HAND. An Army Squasher serves up the ball. STEVE VANASKIE r STEVE VANASKIE fl DIG FOR IT. An Army Squasher looks to return a low ball. JS 5 .,., 5 X 'QL X 2 M S55 i f ll l 5 5 1 l XNWN A s M N. if. Q - 'Q f 4 1339. mn, Mmm 1992Army Squash Team DVB? QI Mu ABN on V' 3 Bl' Phi, Y 1 W K WMA the top nine positions. S685-OD, the team held Yetanotherkey tothe Ssvashifsssts-iles Chaf- lenge of -rebuilding the progtarnlanclfoughttheir the ,divisional fi- nals--of the Team Na- tional Tournament at Yale Liniversity, After losing at number of out- standing players at the we-na of the li 991 season, theifkrmy Squash Pro- gram looked to a com- ing season that would center around the class of 1993. With Kne- Brown and Mark Am,brose,as the only two firsties andgDevon Tho- ,Winn as yesfllflgs sswslsssldsfsmafsdr Shane Chin and Tag Greason seemed to switch positions every week, challenging each other for the number one spot. Mark Markowski, Bruce Vitor, and Jeff Grosso forced them to work hard to maintain their positions on the lad- der. Still, after the top four on the ladder, no one had played as part of the top nine in intercollegiate play. The team was low in terms of experiencebutoverflow- ing with determination to out-hustle its oppo- nents. Before and during the almost weekly chal- lenge matches. lt was this constant competi- tion within the team and the mutual respect that resulted from it that al- lowed the Team to im- prove so greatly. lt re- bounded from some dif- ficult losses to Stoneybrook and Vassar at the beginning of the season to go on to a winning streak near the end, beating the likes of Columbia, Bowdoin, Babson, and Colby. The season ended in a heart- rending 5-4 loss to Wesleyen in the divi- sional finals. success of this season was that as players lost, the team refused to give up. They gained in ex- perience and talent and worked to improve their game every day. With promising newcomers from the classes of 1994 and 1995 and with the leadership of 1993, the improvement can only continue. lt is certain that in the upcoming season Army Squash will post one ofthe best seasons that it has had in more than a decade. lt was a fantastic year, good luck in the next! STEVE VANASKIE N VHVA El EUS Elll R E A D Y STANCE. J eff Gros so stands ready for anincomingball. Sports 373 OUTTA NOWHERE! Ji Guenter dives for the ball and sai through midair. NATHAN REEL E A TAKE THIS! Dave Brown serves it up to his opponent Q 'y ' Lk XX ff- Wx 2-X 1 2 e .ff 2 1' X X 22 E22 Xe.. 22 XI X N NATHAN REEL -QE..-2. 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Bottom: Jennifer MacLean, George Hedegus, Tim Maynard, Matt Zacher, Keoki Kusano, Scott Hostine, Phil Dacunto Middle: Lexa Saboe, Dan Birnbaum, John Cogbill, Shawn Leight, Mike Viera, Lorie Brown, Jill ThorkildsonTop: CPT Mathew Hale, Tim Loveland, Greg Kehler, Mike Sheehy, Lars Zetterstrom, Chance Kriesel, Jason Allen, MAJJ oe Manous, Eric Aasterud F ,ft -2-s1,:,,1: ' ef . Skeet and Trap. Front Row: Ierry Meneses, Rose Walker,Iohn Hilson, Lance Moore KCICD, Dennis Kerwood, Rob Weber, Tod Larson, Heather Simmons, Back Row: CPT. jim Holtzc1awiOIC7, MAUim Rowan, Marshall McKay CACICJ, Billy Ka szynski QTHASD, Mike Wea therwax, Mike Etl ey, Paul Bowersjerryjohnson, Shawn Daniel, CPT Greg Singleton, CPT Gary Keck, Not Pictured: Brad Radcliffe, Duane Vickery Alpine Ski Team. Front Row: Cathy Wortf, Patrick Gisparro, Iohn Hall, Wendy Blount, Back Row: MAI Nelson, COL Leach, Matt Thompson, Eric Magnell, Constintine Voyevidlen, Eric Thornejames Allbec, CPT Ferguson, MAI Meyer, is The GSNlAl,iPtlpine Ski team's die trying guy- tolother sports. Meet at Huntefrybltoiintain, Team's was -he toolsliiailglglbronze medal at gretnrning NY followed at ,warmest me invitafivnal Blount the of Placed Lake, The races in Mountaiffzilit ,ll of tition and crash. Matt the women's teamslfound they had to step up the level of their performance--and they did despite an inexpe- rience squad, darriesrA1lbee V943 new' found agreessioijfvtzith rac- ing smarts toljecome our most consistent performer. He consisently finished in the top 20 and as high as 12th in one race. Consie Voyevidka i f'952, 4was the Thompsorilf'93j was a great ClC and provided stability by finishing his races no matter what the conditions. Return- ing fletter-,winning Eric Magnelir with new- comers Elrigifihorne C945 and Todd Howard C9551 provided thrills and spills in each race. Patrick Gasparro C951 added depth to the team. The women's team was deci- mated bye injuries and losses of gldl la promising l9937tean'i. John Hall C955 did all the behind the scenes work as team manager in an outstand- ingfrnanner. The tearngbegan thsgssason wlth H Newiifeaffs at the College Snow Bowifllin Middlebury, VT followed by time trials at the Victor Con- stant Slope at West Point. The season was kicked off with the Army lnvitationalSki Voyevidka qualified for Eastern Regionali Cham- pionships at Waterville Valley, NH as theghest racer in the conference not on a team post season rUeetLlgsfl,ffg7ffl Sports 377 ' 3 Sasser RIDING HIGH. Jennlfer STYLE. Boris Fernandez shows off Greenberg demonstrates her expert the inherent style of the equestrian. riding technique. .'.i '.-1 . " " ZZ Q 0 r - -Vf 1 H r,'H2r2, lvrrv 2 . r"t r r !L t r l lnr f1r 1 , ' ifiiif r t 5 W gl this ,QL r only e t H , tbifercable fd ' Farms but its either, asj New OICZS eH161'Hb0!'S of thedddtieg itfdcfhgegreai SHCCGSS3. and irraillly Plebes, 2W01'k 1168111 e nee bringillg the into beck. up rree looking efli 1 t r r erer 98124 d c ennre at fi Y rrrrelAe eeree match 1Zh0S85 f5 lpast years. -l Froi1i1,tIxejlg awe must say g0odbyed1501Ld2 . beginning, interest inf' almost halfofthetteaiiid joining the team was . KATIE KARWAN this year because halff d was approved lasts year: and is still in the Works. Ride on! . d t on - Riding Facility, KARWAN 5-ff ,..,.,!d . X LOOK MA. Rose Devereaux UPKEEP. Groomin is just as g and Lee Peters show off their well important as is practice to produc- deserved awards. ing a good performance. 378 KATIE KARWAN KATIE KARWAN z A 'M : gmt Q , . .. Mantis- 1 we-M., EQUE STRIAN. Front Row: Kevin Mills, Ed Malcolm. Back Row: MAJ Bender, Sue Bender Rose Devereaux, Dawne Laughlin, Kara Geisler, Joe West, Lynda Amer, Warren Davidson, ReidVanderschaz-if Brook Capps, John Nelson, Tim Gillette, Jon Vannatta, Tom Heinhold, Tom Clark, Helmut Huber, Luis Cifuentes, Boris Fernandez, Tina Shweiss, Muawiya Khreis, Abigail Thompson, Karen Wakeiield, Mitch Meier, Jennifer Greenberg, Devon Morris, Kimberly Beck, MAJ Lewis, MAJ Cardarelli. Sports 379 INTRAMURAL BRIGADE CHAMPIONS Every Cadet an Ath- lete... Beyond the glory and publicity of Army Football and Intercollegiate Ath- letics, USMA, boasts of an intramural pro- gram steeped in his- tory andl tradition. Extremelycompetetive bynature,cadetspush themselvestxnthelim- its on USMA's fields of friendly strife in Boxing, RugbyfLa- crosse, Football, Flickerball, Soccer, Basketball, Area Hockey .... The ros- ter of Intramural He- roes is long and im- pressive, a list of unsung' athletes who sacrifice their bod- ies, guite literally, for their companies. Hours of practice, bumps and bruises, more practice, and probably more bruises , produce athletes with great ability, dedi- cation, and a desire to win. ON YOUR MARK... Swimmers await the signal ofthe gun to start the 200 Meter backstroke. LISTEN UP GUYS. The Hog Coach congratulates his team for a game Well played Ufil MC-R 'c if ,z W Qi :wc INTRAMURAL BRIGADE CHAM IONS FOOTBALL D4 RACQUETBALL T3 5'lOH 8 UNDER BAS KETBALL E2 WRESTLING Al TEAM HANDBALL C4 SOCCER C3 3 ON 3 BASKETBALL G2 AHHHWTHE THIRST- QUENCHER. Gatorade is the cure for any tough sport, even lntramurder football. A PASS?l?l?! Contrary to Army Ways of thinking, this G-2 quarterback is get- ting ready to throw a pass. IT'S IN THE SHOES. An I-4 player dribbles past a Duke defender. xi . Vlll V ,, k., ,A ww Y HW W' 4 M- . . my , M 1 W W., , t,,, ,, i PERFECT FORM. Chris Carlton drives into his opponent with a textbook block for the Zoo. A HATED GROUP OD CA- DETS. Intramural refs are not the most liked people on the fields of friendly strife. WW q -9? ":,rfajsr2'?gf , N" 3: 11, pf-iwrf ff , fzI'Q4m mV f X f M W1 Q , Q53 649 W ,MW 'V if LZ, I., W 1115743 N 73321 HVHLV NATHAN REEL -- .l'1" A' Qilf- AV DON TIDWELL 14: sv. s sw w.. xx 'rUGIT'! "The Dogs Sz The Gators" spike 'WANT SOME MORE?" Two it out on the Wallyball court. intramural warriors battle it out in the ring. "0H! I DON'T WANNA DO THIS! These Cadets long for the finish line... Sz rack. Q X We , ZW ,,, ,, ,, fl an 1 , 41,7 .xr 9' " x BENCH WARMERSl ...and there ain't no bench to Warm! "I-IO HUM"! lt's a lonley job... but somebody's gotta do it. V N9 GARY BURDEN V """ " f"f:fM121- 1:"'.,. ,,., A w w " 13' 111111 ISF My ,M wb' I I-3 -we FACE-OFF! This puck's for youu! STEVE VANASKIE ' 'l Does this man look like he is enjoying himself? sells l ' , , L' , 1 , iw fffif- WT .jisz 19?- ,.,1. , 0' -, 129955 f fl f ,Q Qw,,v,M ffwlwff is ,.,, ,W if ' ,V ,.-'www' 1 I efsefiem' V 'swf 17 DON TIDWELL Sports 385 2 ,f f ' ' W ,H ,,... Wim- STEVE VANASKIE STEVEVANASKIE VE VANASKIE "ANT ICIPATIONT' C4 awaits their number 1 hitter to come to bat, 'DASH-0FF"! Getting ready make an advance to second base. Mkt., ,Ml I X5 Mk, el . in 1 L , , . ,H figmi, M STEVE VANASKIE Ash "IT GOT THROUGH FOR A STEVE V BASE HIT." An H4 player ponders whether to continue on to second base. A X Aw,..-A-A-km-me --WWW wunwyqavwm -ww., ffl . ' he -K-HW-if ' - A... "HEY... ISN'T THAT?" Willie MclVIjllian of Army Football fame warms up histhrowingarm. EIIMSVHVA EIAELLS 5- Sports 387 l l I i f N gg, r ? X l ,- X f f l f !x'X X I I 1 X I XE' g I,-f XS -,pf X Z' A X I Z l , 9333 ji- ,ji ,, "" ' ' 1 Introduction Beast Plebe Year Buckner Yearling Year Cow Summer Cow Year Firstie Summer Ring Weekend Firstie Year 390 392 396 400 404 408 410 414 416 418 .,. fs.. , We-:J We fe ,- s- 'W 5132512 gg' K 'kffi nw W 1 56332 ' LQGJQM DEPARTMENT OF THF ARMY United States Military Academy West Point, New York lO997 L. f-fifi, TC THE CLASS OF '92: There was aigreat.deal of speculation ahout Hfalling out,H after Spring Break this year, and Q feel tQ't upu CQSQfYP an explanation of the decision. We carefully considered Niall-out,H and actively sought the opinions of the Corps. T appreciate your candid views on the issue, and we considered :hem in dicussing tnedecision, However,therajorityoftneupperclasscadetsfeli tnat there should be no Hfall-outu until graduation week, and after considering all oi the factors, I agree. You have worked hard and done a remarkable job this year and l do not want to tarnish your class reputation in any way. Addition- ally,tnerecognitionceremonyisiasignificantexperience,and Niall-outn would serve to decrease its importance. Most importantly, your experience as a Plebe will mean moretoyouinthefutureifyouHstickitoutntotheend--and you'll just have to trust me on that one. Since you arrived for Beast Barracks last summer, right up through Plebe-Parent Week, you have done an outstanding job and established a fine reputation as a class. And I really mean that. Keep up the good workllll Mark M. Jennings First Captain U.S. Corps of Cadets Distribution: l per Qth class room lesson who Day was are, H0 OHS. What was the first thing you Said to your parents when you called them during BEAST? Remember when I told you that I couldrftlwait to leave home? 1 I 'I I hate this place, I want to come home, and I'm STARV- ING!!! V Ifyou lovednie, why didn't you send me to a civilian school? V ,Vlfhat was your first thought on R-Day? , f I Keeping a low profile would probably mean survival. Four years caxft he that long I L Why cant I talk on the bus? R-Day passes in suoeh a blurr, but everyone re- members the lines that took you to the Man In the Red Sash. he -- TN' f Z1 HOWITZER Squadlead ers instruct new cadets in all the bkxlls they had thought they already knew like turning around or even walking Although we may try to suppress the memory 1330 of us crept through the doors at the Holleder Center on 29 June 1988 for the summer vacation of our lives For many it was the first time we had left home for an extended period of time but each found comfort and counsel in our new friends the upperclass Where else would they welcome you with a free 16 oz Coke and an exciting bus ride? As we walked through the doors of the Gymnasium we entered a maze and didn tfigure out where we were until three weeks later R Day was a mad rush of drill haircuts dnll issue points and more drill That guy wearing the red sash sure had an attitude. Our parents were so proud of their little bald children as we took to the Plain. The Thanksgiving Dinner after the parade left us all well fed and ready to rest up for the next few weeks. lt's a shame they don't feed'em like they used to! Why did you decide to come to West Point? My brother and I were very competitive. He came, so I came. I Wanted to be in the Army, get a good education, and serve the country. Ijust want to make the world a little better than I found it, and USMA seemed like the right place to get started. Because everybody laughed when I said that I was applying. When I got it, I couldnt say no. Ei S 5 E4 2 5 is E 55 sig is gs s r E Sis 1 X 5 5 3 5 35 Q I E 3 2 5 2 5 S EL s S ,E 155 E33 35 21:25 ,fa M2 Williams kicklikc floor of Bradley he failed to don his deliver- Amy to kneel at the foot of s statue and ask him to forgive me for screwing up his wifes cake CMa1'tha Washington Cakcj. Greg Anderson A-4 A: When I thought that I couldift find my retainer at lunch . So after Brigade rise, I stood at the table for a second after eveifyone left. My squad leader asked me what my problem was. I told him I couldn't find my retainer, so he and I looked for it. Then I realized, that I had put it in the front of my pants f not that far downil. I quickly got it when he wasn't looking and proclaimed, "Sir, I found iii" And left! Dgneil Lojiudigg C-2 Class +395 do 'ou miss most r? Least? N othing. . .fd rather have all of' my flesh scraped off with a giant potato peeler and roll around in a Vai of salt than go through it all again. ' I miss that close walk with God that I had, Idon't miss the homesickncss that was so prevalent in mylife. I miss the bonding and ca- maraderie, but I dont miss read- ing the Sports page. I miss the 0 portunity to say P "Sir, I do not understand." The rigors of Reorgy week left us stressed and weary. After the Labor Day recovery period we slid head-first into academics. Perhaps the fondest memory of Fourth Class instruction was Plebe Math. Where else could we find a group of officers who cared so much about our thoughts and efforts? Not to mention our unifroms and inad- equately shined shoes. But DPE also held a special place in our hearts, for CQC and Boxing gave us the opportunity to take out our frustrations - on each other. Gymnastics was a cruel joke, trying to get us to bend and move our bodies in ways previously unheard of. And swimming - if that's what you called it. We all seemed to take to the bob-and-travel, both in and out of the pool. No one can forget the popular dinner formations. More knowledge Cmonthly at thatj, more 4Cs and 4Ds, and more of those horrifying pies, cakes, and walnut infested brownies. After a few weeks we all became, "masters" at cutting desserts. And the classes to follow...not. A dead art. Football made the weeks go by faster. Spirit missions kept us out all night Friday, and found us sleeping through our Chemistry WPRs Saturday morning. The highlights of every weekend though were found down at Ike. We all seemed to sit and stare at each other telling ourselves how fun it was. Some of our more daring classmates even struck up relationships with the various lifeforms that drifted through lke's doors, always eager to learn why we had such short hair, wore gray, and had to be in bed by 10 o'clock on a Saturday night. A victory at Navy was encouraging, right up until they told us we wouldn't be able to fall out. But who cares now - that decision alone constitutes a REAL Plebe Year! 2 X 2 Q S 5 K i K 3, A..,,.., , . ARMS! Flebes return from drill, one of the many pleasures they learn to appreciate while at USMA. get to the year lifted off IIBW Wh at is your most memorable expe- rience from Buckner? During night land nav my ranger buddy, Chris Russo, and I both wore TEDS. It was pouring rain that night. If we took off our TEDS we couldrft see.,.butoiffien again, Wie 1couldn't anyway with the rain covering our TEDS. I held onto the back of his LBE as we tripped over branches, bumped into treosijslid on rocksignd fell off of small clifgigiltowas realljigiihe blind leagffi ing the ?:iii11d...a.nd the fiinny thing isj We made it. Barely, but we made it! 400 amp Buckner s we returned to our rockbound highland home our new-found status found us asking questions like Hare you sure we're not still plebes?" The plush accom- modations of Camp Buckner left many of us feeling embarrassed for taking advantage of all of its facilities. And a good time was had by all on this, the greatest summer of our lives. First detail allowed us to gain experience with many new weapons. We qualified on the range again with the -16s, we played around with the -60s for a while, and got to fire a genuine assortment of big-boy play toys. Just think of what the G.A.P. would do if they saw us firing round after round of M203 HE into a school bus. Perhaps the most memorable eventtsj from first detail was the free nature walk afforded to us by the Land Navigation site. Don't mind the bears and don't play with Jake! While some of us covered more ground than others, we all got to play around in the swamps, thickets, woods, and beehives of the Hudson Highlands. Some of us enjoyed it so much that we begged to come back the following summer and do it all over again. And then there was night land navigation. lt took skill, concentration, and a keen sense of military know-how. We also had to be able to spot the group of red lights at the next point. Cconj Q2 What was your most memorable experience from Buckner? A2 We nearly mutinied on our squad leader the last night of Infantry Week. He had lead us in the wrong direction, it was about 0300 and it had been raining all night. We were bruised and battered after climbing up and falling down a very steep and rocky hill. He stopped us to recon, and three of us fell asleep. A while later, he remembered to do a head count and discovered a few of us were missing. Our SF sergeant had to go find them. Jennifer Osgood D-1 econd Detail Cadre joined us for a once in a lifetime experience Soldier Fitness Day Oh Joy' For an entire day, we pulled cannons up hills, paddled a canoe like madmen and women, dragged a two-and-a-half ton truck around in a circle, and carried our classmates over somebody's sick idea of an obstacle course. And that was just in the morning. The afternoon was filled with surfing on the balance beam, the slide-for-life, rope bridges and poncho rafts. Since that day many of our classmates still insist that pulling a Deuce and half is much faster than say ..... driving it. TCCAT threw us behind the wheels of Mis and Bradleys and all sorts of heavy weaponry. Engineer Week was full of back pains and muscle aches - all a result of a "lay heave...HOl" But the infamous Infantry Week left us all tired - and a bunch of heroes. We single-handedly took out all of the OPFOR on the reservation. fOr so the story goes.j The days were hot and the nights frigid, as the rain poured down only after our clothes were dried out from the previous downpour. lt all ended with Camp Illumination. We partied, cleaned the barracks, and marched back to meet those new cadets...and they were already there. What lesson did you take away from Buckner that is most valuable to you? In order to lead, you have to lead by example or you will get no respect. , Don't bitch and complain. It doesn't solve anything. Also, work as hard as you can to learn as much as you can--you'll be happy you did in the long run. , ' You never really know what somebody can do unless they are given the chance. 4 ' ' , I BATTLE OF THE Q-TIPS. Cadets lem to beat up on each other with pugel sticks instead of the real thing. Whats the spirit ofthe bayonet? MARK COURTENAY ,mug :M :uf , it NONE! TW O! THREE!"A1h-ight, now, Fm Wet and you are drymso LET ME UP! ' Numa at Bhckner--Hurry up and wait. "HEY WATER BOY!" Cant a guy fill his canteen in private? Class History 403 Monte What 1S the worst thmg pened to you on CCQ? through for call from on to stand desk my The 404 HARVEY ANNA HARVEY ANNA Wow! Harry Hudick found a date! But wasn't she a p1ebe's sister? -will f'-5 T Wh ,. t V ,ww , , ,,u, ,, ,, As we marched onto the Plain we were promoted to Cadet Corporals. Never before had we known such luxuries: dayroom privileges on the weekends, two whole passes per semester, yellow brass, walking down the middle of the hallway, singing in the shower, and a unique ability to gripe about everything. And that's what Year- lings are for - complaining. Each of us were Team Leaders, carefully and professionally molding our subjects into young 1VlacArthurs. We still had to be out at the ten minute bell, and had more fun banging twice on underclass doors than any other college student. The football season went well again, as we were now in charge ofthose great and daring spirit missions like running around all night doing absolutely nothing...doing absolutely nothing, running around wearing absolutely nothing Qwe didn't do that, did we?lj, or just hanging out...or just hanging out in your room with an ample supply of water balloons. Navy ended on a sour note, but it wasn't our fault - we'll blame it on the plebesl They should have yelled louder. Describe the first time that you hazed a plebe. I called him into my room, put him in a corner between the bureau and the closet, and spent ten minutes explaining to him why he was so worthless. It was easy. Ijust said the same things that were said to me as a plebe. One of the most satisfying moments of my life was when I got up in this plebe's face and started yelling at him. I don't even remember what I yelled about. It was a giddy feeling accompanied by the most uncomfortable urge to lock it up. Q 5 5 5 E s 3 f E 2 2 2 i 5 2 i 1 X 1 , 3 3 2 5 3 5 S 5 E E 5 E , E 1 e , N w E 2 3 S 2 2 E 2 5 2 5 2 1 5 5 2 E 1 5 3 E 5 , 5 , -WWWWW-f-MMM WAWY N HAhx-vm- A..L .wwmff :ff xg M -f -wwwwf,,,.,Qt,1.,Q.w.xx,1U1amw.a.,wmwmw-wwwAwwsfwzwwwswfmewezmwwwwwwmmfwmv V Wwmwwwwww-wfwiwmwwfmWAif-,mwmm-mszxmnsmmwmmwf-W-fmwfwMLAvs..,:J-.NmwMs:.m.WqMMWfwmwmmwwwf vw-U. Q. How did you feel about the scramble both before and after it occured? A. BEFORE: Why would they put a Mahan major in Short Wing Mac? The time I will Waste Walking to classmgive my barracks to the jocks. AFTER: I wouldnl have wanted it any other wayn Stacey Hollyer G-4 A. BEFORE: Ifelt like uwhointhe hell are all of these nerds. " I wanted to Wake up and have it all be a bad dream. AFTER: I was extremely happy to have changed companies. I liked all of the people in my company, at least the few Ikuew. Gary Ostendorf G-2 BEFORE: lndiiferent. AFTER: Fomb ah SirleafG-4 Ecstatic. AFTER: Smith I-4 F It was the stupidest that we had ever done at the AFTER A good idea I've closer to more people than I V8 Without scrambling Carl 5-wffq ON THE Q7 No this D 3 CCQ would never eat on the Q. Rather, he generously offers to feed hungry firsties. proper leaders would 111 this kind of conduct not really seeing this picture. Ofcourse, yearlmgs are still leaders in the art of West Point leadership. Class llistorysi was HOWITZER ARCH Q-mm. Nan ,ms ,Q , wa ' '15 ,,,.mh...l,Ff ,- . The biggest challenge of BEAST was to teach the natiorfs cream of the crop how to march prop- erl y. - - What lesson did you learn from Cow summer taraiuing'?- 1- E - At DCLT I learned a lot from the Drill Sergeants, but most of all I learned haze. .Of course, it coming back to t 1 g 23 . 5, X E if .2 M W V 'M 1 !'l9 5 ' wif V A bln 42 M N mr 5 1, -Q W Q in Walkin W v. 'i s ' ' .M S v W Q UQ! 'I up Q A' sl ,W URI 90' J Cow er For our 2nd Class Summer we took to the airways and byways and found ourselves all over the United States. And we left our impression across the Army. Some of us were lucky enough to earn that coveted slot to .... AIRBORNE School! The first day was worse than R-day. For hours were stood at our own modified position of parade rest while the cadre tried to figure out what to do next. We ran, sweated, and ate saw dust for three weeks. We also expanded our academic horizons as we learned the cadre's 15 versions of how to pronounce Kevlar. Jump Week came and with it the resulting agony of trying to sit on the benches with a chute strapped to your back. Finally, we put our knees to the breeze, and with a slip here and a slip there we landed like a ton of bricks. Air Assault left many of us still trying to recover from the two-minute sling-load test. Camp Cirueber was near and dear to everyone involved, as "recycle" became a four letter word. Everyone was impressed with how highly those Air Assault Sergeants thought of cadets. After a few training runs we rucked up and took a slow and steady stroll through twelve miles of beautiful country- side. And then we pinned 'em on. Many of us also went to Northern Warfare, Moun- tain Warfare, and also endured the stringent schedules of those hated AEPs. Honestly, you got a job at the GAP? And who can forget DCLT. YES! Hazing at its best. We hit 'em and kicked 'em and punched 'em and ..... well, maybe not all of that. But we did learn how to call cadences and march a bunch of bright, young, and cheery recruits in and out of the field. But then there were those who stayed here at WOO POO to raise the yearlings into real men and women and bring in the new cadets. Buckner was hot..real hot fthe weather, I meanl. And it was even more special the second time around for those of us who volunteered to spend more time on the land nav course. Beast was...well, Beast was ........ NOT. Ques- tions? As we all converged on our humble abode, there was a certain air of grief and sadness hovering above the Plain. We came to know it as CLDS-and it still permeates every nook and cranny in each and every building. CLDS! No, it wasn't a new evaluation system. lt was...well...hell. Our worst nightmare had come true. More responsibility on the upperclass? What were they thinking? The new FOUR class system. We had cow knowledge? Yea, right. l'll get right on it. But it was true. Now that we were the backbone of the Corps we had to implement the new system. And we did our well. What seemed to be turbulent change quickly became the norm. Although plebes were at ease in the Mess Hall, and despite the fact that they weren't supposed to ping, and regardless of whether or not they even had a Beast, we all took to the fourth class with a special interest. That special attention found many on the area. But by and by most of us reacted well, knew our jobs, and waited anxiously for that day-- premature recognition. What was your first reaction to seeing a plebe off the wall? f Should I kill him or just maim him? ' . E I Wanted to KILL him, but I also Wanted to graduatemso I backedoffh, , . - V ,rg 3 I was pissed, to put it gently. I was so upset that I rushed into my tac's office Cmy new tacl and I told him that I thought CLDS was all wrong and that I hoped the system would get back to ohat Cad during my ptebe year. That was the stupidest thing I've ever done. MY tac locked me up and said, "You better get yourself informed, miss. And by the Way, I was one of the authors of CLDS." I fi I 7 1 ' 4 iis at ri., X X4 in-as it N ffl? 1 , 103' 2 . xxri-'t"u, 1 UMEQXQWXWN 0 De Svqww E2 i V MYSTERIOUS CER- EMONY, Thescramble and CLDS really messed up the minds of this Circus trio, who now spend their tree time r strange rights of passage Cow Year But that was not all we inherited. Oh, the glory days of Central Guard Room. The midnight cowboy was a dirtyjob, but someone had to sleep through it! And if we all had a nickel for every stupid question that came in on the CGR telphones - we'd be in Rio for Spring Break. But more important than that type of duty was our newfound leadership roles. All of a sudden we were wearing special brass, some of us had sabers, and others had all the responsibility - like the CLDS sergeant. Navy was also special. For some reason the Navy Goat showed up in our mess hall during Navy week. Imagine that! And could any of us be held responsible? What type of leaders would do that? Plus, we won the game. A total victory, indeed. Before we knew it the firsties were outta here - and it was our turn. Q! What was your reaction to the renovations at West Point? AI l'rn sure there was a reason for it all...l just don't know what it is. Stacey Hollyer G-4 AZ I thought they were an attempt to pull the wool over the public's eye. Carl Lee C- AZ Whatever, sir. Jim Guenter B-4 A: Another of the Arrny's changesmwhat else is new? Myreon Williams B-3 A: What a waste of money. Torrence Smith I-4, Melanie Lauben G-3, Frank Smith A-4, Laura Torres B-4 nce again we darted away from West Point, leaving for destinations like Germany, Korea, the Soviet Union, and Cornwall-on-the-Hudson. As we traveled near and far, we met new challenges in C1VlETs, Beast, Buckner, CTLT and the ever-popular AEPs. CMETS were similar to Cow summer. Some of us finally became five jump chumps while others learned quickly that Gruber was a bad word and McCoy wasn't far behind. As we learned our new skills, we slowly began to realize that the REAL stuff was only a year away. Beast and Buckner brought with them a welcome addition - CARS! There really is life beyond the McDonalds in Highland Falls. We cruised all over the Hudson High- lands in search of fun and adventure - and raced back to run down from the lots before taps. But that wasn't the only aspect of West Point details. At Beast we brought in 1200 new youngsters eager to learn and excel - and we fed them a lot too. But in the end that doesn't matter Cit's what you learned in PL3OO that countsl. Buckner witnessed all new challenges. The summer camp had never seen so many participants, compliments of CLDS. ln a frantic search for beds and closet space, we began a promising and rewarding detail. CTLT brought an entirely new dimension of responsibility. Many of us led real people, in the real Army, and did some real training. Imagine that! Those of us fortunate enough to get the CTLT experience will feel more comfortable already having a taste of the REAL Army. Although AEPS were a little more restricted this summer, many of us still got a chance to taste civilian lifestyles. At the World Bank or at the Houston Space Center, we showed the nation what we could do. Though our contributions go largely unnoticed our influence will be felt for years to come. More importantly, we donated our time and efforts to the civilian work force, national defense, and the legislature. ' s 5 Qflffiff ,Q If gill? 3'Pff.f.iflf?i-. ffl if if if sf. Mark 3i?ff.5lF 1 ,EF fi ff ff: f T? Defbef Wa1tZ9S with Svetlana, H 3013911 , 'ifff if Cadetsoim CTLTin Germany Sovi et girl, mfff?11f5215ummer Pa13w'3?35?9fi W' -relax and learn about the German dems Outside Stifpetefsbufg' S ' ".i C from Bundeswelif soldiers. A R7 ii ,M , at WM, g MM, h mm, wwf, WMM, , 1 """'M'1 mmm-1 ,Mint Mm., ,K-mmm, L' Mlm? 1 5 i ff, fff etc. just how operate, ' MF555' STEVE bww, efore our return to West Point the Class Com- mittee worked hard to make some changes in the tradi- tional Ring Weekend schedule. As it turned out, our weekend was original and one we'll always remember. Friday found our class in its Beast formation, where we rekindled old memories and old nightmares - Beast wasn't fun for everyone! We all marched over to the Ampitheatre at Trophy Point for a sunset ceremony. Before too long we donned our rings and ran back to the barracks to change and leave - it was time to show off ,... and let the ring work its magic with members of the opposite sex. But the plebes stopped us with a modified version of what we once knew as the ring poop. Well, things do change after all. Saturdays open house in the barracks preceded the banquet that gave each of us the opportunity to share the formal occasion with friends and family. The hop afterwards was fun for all, as we stared at our rings, danced, took pictures, and stared at our rings some more. That rock on our finger felt awkward at first, but by now it feels natural. lt's a symbol that identifies us as a group - a unit - and a family. And we'll treasure it forever. What was your opinion about having the Ring Ceremony at Trophy Point rather than in the Mess Hall? I thought that it was much more symbolic to be standing as a company when we got our rings rather than sitting at a table in the Mess Hall. Looking out over the Hudsonjust added to the emotion embodied in that moment. I thought that was an excellent idea...Our ring is similar to a trophy. It symbolizes our years ofhard Work at West Point, yet it reminds us that we have not yet graduated. When we turn it around, then we truly have earned our rings after enduring four years here. One Hundreth Nite approached quickly after inter- session while our minds were stuck on the Gloom Period and our newly assigned branches. The first weekend in Feb- ruary, lOOth Nite reminded us how far we had come, but more importantly how little time we had left. Our banquet differed little from others we had experienced, but the speaker delivered a powerful and lasting message. MG McCaffrey, the CG ofthe 24th Infantry Division QMECI-lj, reminded us that despite the drawdown in forces and the diminishing Soviet threat, we would witness a continuance of hostilities, to which some of us would respond. He insisted that the likelihood of low-intensity conflicts would increase and challenged us to perform when called upon. The iOOth Nite cast sought to lead us on a "Quest for Graduation." Reminding us of our gradual development, we remembered fifteen-minute bells, "the best summer of our lives, " notorious physics classes, a new game called CLDS fa radical change that made everyone else's exper- ience at West Point "less difficult" than our ownll, and finally a quick graduation ceremony with the assistant greens keeper from "Caddyshack" as our guest speaker. lt was a great recollection of our four years of enrichment. With less than 100 days, we looked forward to completing our last APFT with clicker boards, passing Cow English, and avoiding the almighty quill that might keep us here longerthan anticipated. Graduation and freedom were just around the corner. Write one sentence on your feelings about leaving West Point. Maybe West Point and I Will meet again someday on better terms. Anxiousml feel challenged to apply to the real world what I have learned in this VERY ideal place. 1 1-fl Z 39 -I I lb Z 'I338 .LEHDD NIAEM Q: What is your opinion ofthe changes made in 100th nite festivities from plebe year to now? A: The changes have resulted in 100th nite becoming just another Yearling Winter Weekend. Mitchell Mgier I-2 Ag Terrib1e,,not that they could go back though, because that would meanbring- ing back the whole fourth class system. But it was a highlight of my plebe year and I always looked forward to it for my fiifstie yeari too. DBWGY Babel-g G-1 What cloyou remember mostabout 1001311 Nite? A: Sitting up with a group of class- tiiiiats and our dates until nearly 5 am talking about the good times and the bad, but remembering... Dewey Boberg .G-1 A: The 100th nite show, when Pete Travis did his impression ofthe Comm, General Bramlett was sitting right there in front of me, and he was asking every- one around him, "I don't do that...do I?" Heather McLay C-4 A: How beautiful my date was. Jge Lazzari A-3 SSTTIWEI THE PHOTO SESSION. H-1 firsties wand theirgdates add another , 4V V 'U SS' 52+ Q FS' co H. -s GQ Ei? 'Cf cn , U' Q 24 .Eg QD 'ci S2 EEL an 68 occasions. 5 ory 9.11 stroyed. af STEVE VANASKEE W K 1 u 1 . gQg,W v .: i, ,KUX 4 M bJ,. Dmm,q , n,1.,d, if. b,i,. N,UA A m ,.Q .gW D, U ,.,,,, .V.VNAV,M,.x. ,W .WAVA. .,X.X. W A.,A.,. h UA.A ,L ,L,,.MAv , W, r w -H, ,, ,,,, ,, l Q - ' v Q ' 7 I S -, 'x X" I Q. x I 1 f ZSIX X I Xl- 'xfl x ,"'!lf X""f',,, I N QX --. i N 1 , ,Q,"'1x"'fx"' lx X !lX-XXXX ZW PF 411 S 1- N l 4 4 I 1 4, 7 X K X xx- I I - f O 4 L f , 6' X X n - F . 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E51 1 ...M . ..... .. , 5 . .. N, f ,gui i . gl . ,., is? i 5? , E335 M L iiwfi g. . Be traight 01' Be Gon ! gk -i' if Y, Class of 1992, Company A-l 1 1 A s SU P have been...', DIAMOND DAVE managed to ABKE B2fA1 STACY RUTH is U11ionvi11e,MI Electrical Systems Eng Napa, CA A lh1tIsPoliiieelfSeienee ""I'!ie saddest words in ton e or en are these that date no lessithan two girls at any given time while he still managed to frequent the Firstie Club between JUICE labs --however, he was broke throughout his entireeeadet career... QZeeCldb,3 ,l 5 G'enesis,4,3 ,Zg Cross C0untry,4 5 In- ,dmr7Traf:k, 4g Protestant Chapel Choir,4,3g Orienteering,2g Ameri- fifarLfCaitr4re ,Seminar,4g German WWW!-not "What you are is God's gift to yongwhat yoiibecome is your gift to God."0nly Stfieyeenn-ibe'FfGoo" and tough as nails QTOOLEJ. What-sheslaoksiin size she makes up for in a fierce drive toexceig Whether in the pool, playing lax, or in her 24QSXQiheQ-'fiittle nugget" succeeds everytime. Always -1'lL jfs ,eg'1- if M r Baptist Student Uniong4,3i2,1fAifs,iii A CICJJ Lacrosse,4,3,2,lfC'O-CAI? Q 1 ,gg . TAINjgTriaihlon,2,ASwif?2f1ting5ig3l,f if V 1 g f LiR'l hg'g ' hl '5:pWffiiNf'f CORBIN KAI BACKMAN I4!A1 Sparta, WI Engineering Management Following his personal philosophy of D.F.K., Baxter never let anythin Cschoolwork, opinions, etc.j get in the way of his thirst for speed, thrills, and new expe- riences. In his neverending quest for knowledge, Corb will always be sure to LIVE LIFE. Saciety of Women Engineersl. TROY DONNELL BARNES C4lA1 JASON NEIL BEYER DIIAI JASON RAY CLARK B1fA1 Fountain, NC Mathematical Sciences Benton, KY Mech Engr QMech Sysb Aurora, CO Management 'The only good box is a cube? Troy has to be one of the friendliest people alive. He was always ready with "Act as if everything depends on yong pray as if everything depends on God ." My experience here has "TELL ALL YOUR GIRLFRIENDS, YOUR BEEN AROUND THE WORLD FRIENDS, THAT TALK 15 9 il QS I0 S 15 ID S 19-'lil IO 9 ,in IO 19 S QS -3 we i X? W L - 3 E. "' E511 WYQUW N ,ji F" 2 52 5 E N' Egg so cg gm 5 5 3 Eg 5 6 2 5 Sw o s ' fb S2 E ,QE -,V- -www A f ssys s .1 15 ia: 1 , f 0 w 5-+ I E 2- 0 ng yeps 553 fs 2 s ,jge Q so O 7 -Y - U' 'S H' 5,sNmE 30,5 Y ng W 2 3 5 S? Q, QE'-UE" I QS- 9+ S -- rr : iiffzfl L ful-swim Q-3 N 9 we NMS SVSD fafeeb SFME L13 ,,-' if N Q 'pg V1 si EL. ' 953 maxpwg s,e 2711122 959m 5 rv 4 tgigggif Q:'ai1Q,3:VQ S' EAW ffxrpgfw tug-2:2 a giygfwefs e tlgwwies 235 W E- E W rig' S B O tgfffg fi,-pl.: Q , WM EM ffeg eses A O Q L rf O -- :1 A af. 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'NX iam. 'an fa' E -0, Yrs-'?Sfel'f'ns3 h?S cm-xre M MAGERKURTH B2lA1 GraniterShoale, TX Environmental Eng 'Ueegoggerffflfget ovurl n, 1. A Cadet brother is hrs four years. A11 10Y3T1HF??3if?if5lliihX5tfl1'5Tl5 Of me -5 Band,4,3 ,' Class Cornzrtiifllefiilillfvl KPRESI- CDENZ5Q2fflfPRESlDENTI,IIPRES- -Pi Ceee if C IDENT2QfGc2spardsCookingTeam, ,U WILLIAM L MCCOSKEY F1!A1 Carmel IN Intl Polltlcal Sclence Hamhead Your problem 15 you don t know An other nddle McCoskeyl If rt can go wrong lt already has IS 8z wrll The Sf,3tISi1C2l1 aberrauon 8: unset slacker rlyrs no work B111 dude can I use your com puter? ACHTUNGl Room Grand Central Unsat rack Because rleh rs so damn good and your wallet Drzll Team 4 Rzng and Cresf C ommmee 4 3 2 I JAMES C MCGUIRE E4!A1 Wayne NJ AmencanPol1t1ca.l Sclence God grant that men of pnnczple shall be our prmclpal men Jefferson Jun s someone you can always tum to for a respected opmxon a good laugh or a couple of tear Jerking bars of the blues He s a man you can place your utmost trust rn and most xmportantly a irfelong friend Domesnc Affairs F01um3 Fr nance Fofum,3 Honor Commit 5' tee,2 ,Z , SCUSA,3, GoazEngmeers N, VX Football! Q ' . -.'- V . I a f f'.,VL. T 6 ' s ll 5 K L. -K ' 13 nl fy ' 41 9 ' Q G f 4 ' C R . l ' fl It ' L, lsyo p 1 y L , , ' y .,. Y P1 ,OK fguef, guy Sammi! y R 1 y BfSchool , 7 f'flP5 fl 2 R' ' ' ra? l F.: ffigglyjlg ylst 52" ' r fl' 2 , , , 1: ir ' rfsl- 1 . . J. I V,- fl., in CHRISTOPHER M MENDES G1lA1 Havelock, NC Computer Science "Your clothes, give them to me." -Arnold. Ilve never experienced a dull moment with Cro. You can never tell if ,ne was joking or serious. Cro woulclrather play a newlgwmputer game than raise his The only suryifQforfof'the Ice Age, Cro shouZldhzwe'been Bde. Comtinunder. We ride within the hour: ' 1, . Football, 4. . K I Xu' , -lt' 1 V so 42 TIS I0 SSB QS I0 I 15 IO 15 0 I TS 0 331 15 . lil S QS IO mf Z: V w r V mm- -----.1------ a ,, , ,2,.L,.l.., S, . ir52W?,4,, ,W ir ,eo ., await-ilw M Hzfrmm wi' ei-iv Nw,-... Sf ggi' 7 I Will TI iff- G0tCh2l! Will McCosker Greg Jacobsen, Doug Ligor, Ed Morgan. and Dan Seval are caught playing Monopoly. New Uniform? craig Magerkunh models the "new" CDO uniform. 'la WJ COIlgI'2ltUl3tiOIlS! Amy Rusiloski celebrates with COL Cox at the Superintendenfs Graduate Re- ception forthe Class of 1992 held in Eisenhower Hall Ballroom. gt' lllllil' ' 55' J ' 'N I Camellia as an faisfffzfi me nur QW Kg Tiff? 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Glas S 0 QS I0 S 15 9 3 PAUL M ARRAMBIDE , .yC2fB1 STEVENERICKSON BACH DZZQBI KELLY SUZANNE BARNESL. y.y. .y 12131- . Til-ieggfiifigsfai Aerospace EngiiieeringfpfgBhorevvfiireiiigW1 H lntll12oliticalSoienee Sehjiia, CA V Geogxjgphy StudieS5gMC8zCQ5i2554-.I ifif i'Tl1eye can neverfsiop timef'1Niolmarnes:f Carbide, "May timebeon your SiE1e."Wl'1ethei:2it was his oiiifsed Bestsquad inri1efReginient!'HUAH SIRl1Kel,ia hoopsiffi Homicide, Pablo. My favorite memories are: watch- ring or big losses suffered in Atlantic City, Steve will playing squid from Cali hated WP. She was ready to ing the American ,Gladiators building RfC,a,irplz1nes not be remembered for his luck. Regardless, Steve leave 28 July butsgot brainwashed. The same tomboy, and traveling wizliglhe Pistol C -lsll will havelfoiid niernoziegofthe manygroad trips,even froiggggafglebe yeeg,,Buff fouriglglher nichewgyyith Tealiigiyi 1 L, "i1"j'j,Qif.he dicfiiieiveito cwtgzifilhis belii-iilfiorl on occasion. 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Z DEANNA LEE M BEAUVAISC iA3!B1 Monterey, CA Life Sciences Il est indigne des grand coeurs de repandre le trouble quills f6SSCHI6DtlrMHlS, je me verrai, je me lirai, je m'evdpasierai et jefdirai : Possible, que faie eu rant d'esprit? - The Brave and the Few, 1992 - There never was a war that was not inward, yet we fought and conquered even ourselves. , T,,fii , i.ff57'f, , ,gfigef AoBgC,2,1 fcnflfirfwmvn: Refi Iowsfzip of Christian Ark- '-aigfmg y lete5,4,3,2gS0f?baIl,4,3,2,'Team Q by I Ha'?4f?all'2'1fA"Qf'?l- lyes ff 2fflilggfx'36'2fIff.1?2Ei?fi4ilfEf,- , ,i1QiggEEig:iv,i' , . HEIDI KAY BURGHART E3fBI Stevens Point, WI Economics CMSE3 Go Barbarians! After walking her way through the Prep School, Heidi spent 2 rebellious years in E-3 before coniiing home ro'B-l. She was alwayslmady with a smilemunless it was before breakfast! The Signal Corps will be lucky to have her. Oh Boy! 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Drivin, on the best l know how. Thai is itheaattitude Jamie brought with him and that's what-has carried him through. The misunderstood one, KISSSAAL always could be found to come though in the clutch. Indy was a proud member of the Pizza?aet but also a true friend to count on. 5 p ' ' GRETCHEN Kouaifaii it C4lG1 English, IN 5 Geography "Perseverance always gets you through." Gretchen kept us on our toes, full of surprises C'Nice tatoolvl and straight forward opinions if'You're just a skinny little thing."l. She never let a iiifiertd down and will make a great officer. We hopeltoi see her Qand all that athlettc skillj ui the Army. Q 5 MICHAEL LANIER 1213161 Jacksonville-:,Fl., 5 Vf.vElfigiI'i6CIfll'Ig Management "I don't like it here ahymorei' fLa:tiier, 1988-92J. GOATENGINEER N lilil liilleliliilileiiflleli N 1 czuba: ololooi 1 1111- 1 1 ull! 1 1 1 5 ,.,.,., KERRY ANNE DAVID GEORGE 134161 FZIG1 Chester,NJ Enviromnentalirggiheeiing Onalaska, WI 1 'ffyffgfg 1 5U.S,History WauchuQla,FL' ggi55gli5ifsj5,afigQQ,lIgdiyidua1Psychology "When you enter my world, be'carefu1'whexe you Winners findaway.Thett1timate1sportsfah tfP.l3came 'Fatiguemakesco9ifatdsir5fhs1al1."DeLarga, Deb!-lart, tread, for you tread on my dreams? 'Ttnofftoput in a quick 15 miles today." Her sense of humor, level- headedness, and love of cookies and Janice are true signs of inner strength.A good athlete, smart cookie Ccookies again?J 8a friend. God- ' speed! 1 C 0un!ry,4,3 5 Indoor Track,-4,3g Marathon,l,' Honor Committee, V qw i 3g Outdoor Track,4. ' V "f'fgjL : 1 1if K, 'HRS 9' Astronomy Club,3,2,' Cross ,. s 5 ' - go-A E to West Point from Onalaska Ctwieek with a big heart Sc Army football carved in it. iWatch out Bob Knight another coaching great is destined for Indiana. 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' H V , Q fi 'l'lnW ?QQ,jIg,jj'5,,Q,Qf.if1 1 I Ba,sketball,4,3: ,1.,L 2 - I ff11xQ,f5feI-I rx I l so fFtgii ?f .MICHAEL DAVID CHANDLER I2!H1 Wichita Falls, TX Computer Science It would be better never to have lived at all than to leave behind no trace of one's existence. - Napolean Flying CIub,2,I Q CPRC,4,2,I. SEAN D CLEVELAND B2fH1 PAUL GERARD DAVIDSON FUH1 BRIAN C DONOVAN GUH1 Columbus, GA Literature Wheatley Heights, NY Automotive Enginering San Jose, CA Operations Research So Be It. The Army...Prep School...West Point. CFor those of us who couldrft get it right the first tirnej So many memories and friends to remember forthe good times andthe bad. Glenn, Greg, Ryan, Gene, Perry, Sho-mo, Hank, Yo D., and Paulie. The people, not the place, are special. . That which doesrft KILL him, STRENGTHENS,him! Paul wears many different hats and is very unpredict- able. 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FORET JR C2111 Greenlawn, NY Environmental Engineering "The value of life lies not in Lhe length of days, but in the use we make of them" - Montaigne. Tf13J1kS to all my friends and my family for your support and friend- ship, Thanks to the band for the awesome memories and great times we all shared. Good luck to everyone. Ice Cold!!! -Ken. 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Dawne Laughlin and Sean Cleveland provide insightful comments for the Graduation Week video. ,iw ,iZf'Ei??5biZ4ZFZii,a.. fo,i,fMfw1:e.fr,1m , .,ie .,, e,t, i,,. ,,,. 3 l .. 1559 iii! fiitiiifil U ' l www-is .S iz 2553 s S itll 4224 is- U U, U, 2 1, 54?5?fi?5?I'F I :EL lil? V .gig -view we 5-,ww ,W .E , iii ilffsszs asffgrzgi vw zezzwiiozisgfz 'givzlzsiafggg Tim? M52 55 2 it -' ::smm:gr:2.,fi U s o i iui as T Ea Go Tell The Spartans! W ' f-Q :. :wi'F??f2 Q X 2 ? Class of 1992, Company A-2 KEVIN LEE BATES l lless lI4fA2 DAVID ANTHONY ' E4!A2 YONG U 1 Q Q2fA2 New Czmey, TX Modern History fEurope3 Newnan, GA CornpLiterlEngineering HOUSIGI1, TX f L Llfe SCISHCCS "I really wouldrft mind ifyou sat this onefouf' Jethro Tull, A three time stapper, Kevin would have been a Rhodes Scholar had he approached academics with half the energy he expounded on his social life. An original "Guppy", Kevizfs future suecessis a sure thins. Q -ele if ,lg A l?gpt'SA'4'3'2'1fA!CIC9' 5,.2j11' L,i,L ,L . A l i 5? dh .ggicliiq "If a man has done his best, what else is there?" Dave balanced his time designing NASA circuitry in the torture chambers of Thayer Hail and crushing oppo- nents on the racquetball court. Daye works and parties harder than anyone we knowtlifler is a good friend whom we wish the best of f? ,?1V,eL i r zeacquewaz1,3 DENTQJ Institute. , 1 y W l ' ti f llffegglyijiffffppfz 1 , DE J- l l if if is iw-i153555sgsg,g5gQl -iigtm, ,.,., if . , , ,f,- .-1: -f-f gg,,f-,mfmy,111111Q1svs:osnw ,.,. ,k,. l,, ,.--1 "It was the best oftirnes, itwas-the worst of times..." - Dickens Yong will L-remembered as one who demanded high standards, yet was a soldier's leader. A loyal friend who all Could count on. To some he will be remembered as f'Texas Toad"- a name he rightly earned during ' i ,..-, . ,f flfl'34,313Jf fr :ian I I ' 62.37 Norcross, GA f lisifiiiiififlteratore "Trust in the Lord with all your heart anrlfleemnot on your own under' standing," Pfoy. 3:5 NavajDerbsJ.B.DongerJiml-lorse. ernesey who hope in the Lord will renew their strength, they will soar on wings like eagles, they will run and nottgrow weary, they will walk and not be faint."Isaiah,4Q:3l. efgarofhmzgGenesn,3,2,15 ' 3 Navigators,4 ,' Ojficefs C hris- , A :ian Fellowship,3,2,1 ,' Theatre f' , tr ' Arts V K i : e n t JEFFREY scoff t yC1lA2 sMARK I3lA2 Ozark, AL t Hn1nanl?segionallGeography Wilmore,KY 9Q'2QQjQg?1gig, ry Russian uFfCCbifd!N0,I'I11I102ff0I1i15i13b2iifi3traa11.l'To Scott "If you carft 1'un,witlififlie'big dogs, stay on the dam J: No, I still haven't but when'I'dniyoa'ellbe the first to know. To Jeh, Joe, Hepg Tom,j'Panocha, Wayne, Mike, and my brother Rhettg thanks for all the laughs., Panocha, Ill argue with you anytime. All right then, talk to you later. Talk to me French Club,3,' Scoum1astersCQuzzci!,4g Sandhursz,4, 2,1 KCO-CAPTAINJ. 'L 5 a I 'gi 4 ' 'xx f' 'I' i ltsl i rrlsls porch!" Derbster foiindisherifiatli of least resistance at WooPoo. As an'HiPAFOS ,WISE track, he could always be found in rheiraelc, gym, or remindin' his classmates of howfgreat he wasg Never forget: StingWingsWOGsMora1c2SteakB'I'I'R! Ps 37:23,2A. Baseball!,'Navigatorsg4,3,2,1 ,' Table Commamz'ant,I IC1C1,'R00m Orderly,4fC1Cl ,3fAl , c1c1,2fc1c1,1rc1c9,fC?RQ43y,2,1. A-exgis X i2ii:"L :'i. 65 Lt-nm'4'i QS 9 0 SIS I0 S fl I0 S ff IS I0 19 I0 S SIS 5 0 ...... 4 Q ?gfEQ5flQEizisY4'gs? we Class Cl st 1- C st S st C S st Cl SS Cla i S 486' - BRIAN KEITH DIVEN D2lA2 MARK JOHN HOEPNER A4!A2 .IEANINE E KRUGER H2!A2 Hamilton, MO Aerospace Engineering Theresa, WI Aerospace Engineering Hemy, IL iritemational!Strategic History Knowing where you're going is all you need to get "Men of few words are the best menf'- "Appreciate the value of silence." GO ARMY PIS- Lhere. "Div-clogi a man of many traits-master ofthe rack, chinese culinaiy expert, keeper of the flame Qof all nightersj, and time blue friend. This ace is going to lock on to suecem someday. . Flying Czub3,2:i2w2e,4.o J i i 'SHAKESPEARE Thanks to my family and friends. American Culture Seminar,4,3pHon0f'Commirtee,2,1 g Ski VPa2rol,3 ,' RQ'7e,4 . m TOL -mouse. Pistol,4,3 ,2,1 5 Riding Club,3,2, JOSEPHiL25NGElSlDERFER iAsfAzfgioflfiigBgeRT0NoCLEATHERW0 11-E2fA2 Lewiston,lMI1155eEfE55Qf5e?iif54?Mech Engf Mech TX o 'TiHi15!3i??iEG2if?H1?i01Y "SCPCfafBffb5f4iQi3iii52?ii5?iEi1ifjeinedmthe anleezf' fE3i2EiiifEi?5?13f?!i?Wi19i126ffbufwith QW! 1LmiG1i l'iis Letters, OU VS b0W1iH2lShefs2i3Z3Ei?5WfiSeffuefQ1if6B0-wi Thiiughhefi2i53??Sf3CkPG0H20fRabbii-BiQf0f2f4fW??3fiO!3li250011175 couldn'tih1alie5fES2iieeiSieif, he was easy so Bowl, 4th floor just a twist of rhejcilf and here we GO! 7 o'fI13eveLPreS. Wknd-Lady.FCAE2fA2g1emlS4eXC-Ski. QTLT, FCA-Pres, "Blue Collar" baelc, Grad, Lt, FREE! Fellowship ofChristian Arhletes,3,2 ,1fPRESIDENT1,' , k F oorbaII,4,3 ,2 ,I 5 Gods Gafzg.2,I. 'X Elm fain. ' 6,,n,i m,,,,R l 31152 Ft Washirigtoxig fl '-lk E nvironmental Science: Live' Hard 5PiIO31'1Cfdf iweatgi Ranger is itgis rurixiiiigltwefifyf' miles, going partying all night, 6154 racking allday, it forfun! ! And boy letmeitell' you, it was a hardgfloiigiifour years. ' L ADD1C,3,2,l g Big Bz'at?zers,4,3,2,1,' Mountain Bike Club,2,1,' Orieiireeriizgi' Korean American Rela- tions Seminar,3,1. 5 E 1 a i 1 z 2 i E Se nd m fout'L 'wati5hin IV Per. . V' l. K' g ' rackmg, partymg, ' Rugby,3. L L Le L L l e ' 'Sikhs 1 -li gq 'Juv-LIAR 'U1 .. .W .,.AA.A. '- z:::,:1:Tfiffi.iiisiilslz?Eiieffifililhii'-iff? ' f ' - - - ' ' '-7' k U-1?'Y1f-f'1H'U':f - 1 - 1: --::A.--.:.--.fn,4.f-f1vmmszu::1.-wef::ffgw,n.me13L1-fbmw:-:r..nf11-:Azf-11" fe -fx . e Engineering fSvfew2x, Tony, Armyigax - Without you it ne?ef y?QtiiiE1igiZAii1appe?ied. L One ofthe few die-' ' hard gfI16Il'fb6fS eiubgiohn is marrying Mich- elle irmnediateiyiyiiigg Write his bio wlout men- tioning her? amihe'tfgr1y is a great guy. Laz'roSse,4,3,2,I: Ffying' Club,2,lg Ring and Cresr CQkzrni1'tee,4,3. eee e l e f TBQQ 4?f ences? t1i5.i51gi5gf3i13i'Rincom1ter here at West Pointbefoka I ioamejgiiiiiiiiewkkiiat it is almost over I can sayizhat-I1 a'iever'eWeiikif2hange 'a thing. I will never fofgetiihe friendseaixdelixssihiites that helped me get through - place!,'1H-IANK YOU! L Band,4pCIi2Qichl.evfChrisi,4,3.2,1pH0wifzer,4 msszs- e ee e e e e TANT.ED1T0Rg,3fAss1sTANT- e ' L EDITOR jg Ring and C restCommit- Iee,4,3g Team Handball,4,3,2,I Z E' ee'e KCAPTAINI. f eeee' eeee ee,,e1 'Ai'A e1"1 ff eeA' f5'f.f5 ffff 50116971 L e Lee 1?fQ'f mmkl ifE57ff','If3555255IQQ-f?ifff Wiifself. 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No matter where they can 'Whether playing 'tl1i6gQ,gg3gQ25yif2iaflQhappens after I West Point, guitar or compiaiixirggiagggggldsffaiher, Danoalways several things Among i21rl00k Of Progs Biieak 23115 IGVGS 1 ' fi' I f,v,lQ,Q,::1v gf1wgsg4g:s:wi1i1,21fini"' . , 1 ,-,:-'f-1-1w ly f H '- Bfmd'452J - 1 we 2 N . 1 2 2 O Club,4:l l .U 1 X .. --- ff ll ll 2415- Vw DAVITO ALAN BALAN 1 I1!D2 Shawi2ee,oOK Mechanical Engrglyiech Sysj "Remember, itfs not how you feel, it'sehQ1gi1zyou look? Of D-2, We 1h2dl1iiiiS?24rasl,,fr0m to the-191f?13??!?i53iii3f?555i!i?f1f1000 l ll if 1 ' 1llll 1 lllll 2 SHARON SHU BENNETT C2lD2 Riverside, CA Comparative Political Sci No one wants to eat at arestauram with no cars parked out from, unless thewaityis more than 40 minutes. 1 1 Chinese CummingeJ4i3f5iif7f9Q'i'7 '1'f' 1,-1 1 I -, -',- 'f.1,' 7 EEET,lfEEEEll'1522wil,:T':i,' , Howitzenl 'V '1 QQIfw:oQ3'iIf,,5,, fggiu vgg a wg .- . ' 'V JEFFREY J. BERKMEYER C3fD2 Oberlin, OH 1 Electrical Systems Engr "If it does not kill me it can Onlymake me stronger!" ' ffiiplmown Best of luck to Dragons. GREGG THOMSON CLARK 011112 Remsenbarg, NY Aerospace Engineering "What is rhere ieft to be once you have become the BES'l'f?zfl'lie Bestofthe BEST!!!" 2 1 B4siQe11zaiia152,1g scuba czub13,2112ZClC1111C1C1: - Chf??ff?f5?5?W?eSf443'2?1' i 1 0352 O S 19 I0 S 1S 1 O f :fig 192 O IO 15 O he ss. QQEZIDZ DEBORAH MARL2 ELLIS. e. '55 Clark, NJ F - , A1eXandria,VA - 'fYou maybe right,Imaybe1crazy??5fB3llyJoe1oArea i'No one wants to eat at a restaurant with ne-cars Toursg Football Games, Formal 35658 Week' ends, theses are the things Wesg Point is made of. Thanks to all the peopie hang-on, Brenda, My Parents, Corb, JQEmg?Rc!hg. and Bobby. Good Luck! ' K no Y fjj 1LL 551, ,1 Vj L Finance Forum ,3 g Sozriefy ofk neersl. , Lee-' if gs ee' 'fe' 'ffxil eeeee - 55.4 V - . .-.,. - . . parked out front, except when me wait is overforty' ' nunutesf' .. A CorctemporaryfiyfairsSeminaf,32gFinanCeFci?if2i1gI m Indoor Track,4,3,2,g Outdaofgfmckj 4 3 ,Z , J Special 0Iympi6Sg2 man,1fA!CICj. n o LLL1 n, ft4if'4 K eye e 5 eeee s . eeee n . s :Ls jg, .,4'f.e I JAMESR. FITZGIBBON IH 84192 Ok1ahomaCity, OK Western Europe G-TAS? Aithough life has its ups and downs, there are two ingredients to success which will never fail: hard work-1 and a Sense of humor. To all of my company and - L classmates I Want to say one th ing: you've get a iitieixd! L , Finance Forum,4,' Marathomlg WrestIing,4,3. Lk e .W + .. 'Li Vx' gy. n ' S A Q6 1 I ,a . Y: - -:ef A K RAY H4i132E West fG0idSb01'0, NC h s Q',, if 13 MT. - s Human Regional f'If not for-the LIVEHARD, DIE YOUNG! do all things through Christ which strengihefisgig 50116-3, PFYGIH S0052 diPi0IHai, Wafmfs has BIOUEMLSUS .IHYOUSU 3 10w11ifi.hef ljgxgg ' ' ' 'A A o'o""o'o W' ' U eheerysmile reflects her love for Him. She hasziaptglgtl GHC' G0 DRAGoHS3f 1 Xargtewg Pmolgg, Pwerllmgg nsibe meaning of friendship through her selfiessness 4 - L L lleh .o-- Ioyaltyg this "goat" wiil be missed by'511.A Q Q1 V ' K. Navfgafm,4,3,' :f n s . s A s S L1f, .Ll jiijffisizggzgf.ifg1g.1fQ:5g3, L li f Q L, fi Band,4,3g God's Gang,4,3,2,lfA,f. . 5 . l x"l?5iW2"Q ff .ee. zgsrfi C105N'1"f3a'0"S'4'32'1's so I -:J n ef e. A-QE' LQ, 9-8, no - hh X o 54 Q . ' F 'W '4' if 14 vt-' L K - m i ?Q1"i:-'b-1 5 .iffy s n f sene Q.1sfeafxsS233f? fi?f fl fif f s his S ., W, 55? W 5 .Mi swf BOBBY V. JR I3lDg?1sT:f52fi'1iffIQMAS J G3fD2 Santo, TX 41?Igiiiii39i?i12s25le1 I fi COIUP1IiCf3Ciei1cQ1s: E5Eiiiividiince,R1 ? ifffifhere is We f11iC??9i5f5?iQ3ii1 31f-'iCfS+ ,f0f LHS we Q 1? Q' vi , ' yi L .h-- -1111l1Q ETl ' Q fff ? A ' V 5 n AA ' 4 l ?Qy 1 fz fl W V AN ' A k 3 y AlQ W yQl lfy L f13 5A'A? 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FAQMEQQQX ggggggj l p iiii it 'ieiiifziziiiigfesfzzreawns foriedseigiifeiiythine-a is gwd reasoxi real reason" got lost in the shllfflejgigggiving from B-1 to E-Zgfgoihg to AP and Regt. Oh Boy! We'iInevei'1fofget his Spring Break Sz 500th Night antics, nothistFifstie romance, gneatlhiifgijcome in small pacltagesgl Q5 i fig 3 l W the martia.lfl2ii+Ei.sgi2i?EiViS. siilxlpersoiiatoriiiiiiif con mist, be found Iacigg txymg to convince to go to Boodiersgtsif with the eightbgilglie Wil? truly be ieiiiivhoiknew him- ' t l irq ,k.k if 1' , . 'f 7 V ak kwa i- o ,. .m AAA1 l7l1i5111 QV i ,A 7hQl,7l1li1 A,iS N f - s m ,'W .,,1? ,,i,ffl5iYfff' i RAYMOHQSE EDGAR JR PIano,TX i i Aerospace Engineeiing "Hey, you guys ale being bogus. So unless we get some cool rules pronto, we're just gonna be bogus too." Bone, the master of tact, was never known to hold back his words, He was so cool, even to his rooinmates, thatfhc would muffle the popeom maker dW1ngam14f453?Pi??f0 Snack- i i ' e i . 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Having Carpet aiM1fEl?4?35V1d1Um fhS1'4?13!?'5l21flh'eSeC0Ud'21n?51Siff.,r slum POPUIM his C135Sm3t35:2?3?f?Y9 was a1W3Y5Qf lle, Q 21353 GXPICYICHQC-sQiQiigiQL3I10f BH11dOg,,lQ1l1?vW6S fwdy he IQ be l i i S 1 l l "l" l "" W izzlv o 'e'1 5 f'1'fQ22?iQEi??l'jLacrosse,4jEQ1Sfi2ii,itmaster,soQo1Q1efii!g3j ' s',' l'-' i ' Sp0rtParaef1pite Team,4,3,2,112gi 'Ym'Y.' ' ' Si ls'A Yms L l Games,4,3: Saridkizrst,2,l. e ' f 'l" e'l' , - less , so i , , ,,.e ,71-f,fQf,flmw,f:1- K wu--'iffywrfr11111w,.-.w- f ., JAMES STEPHEN PETERSON E31 E2 Seabrook,TX Q Economics "Money makes the world go round? Steve wiliibeg remembereiiifer his economiedecision making: tied? , ing in laisfiance for his Miaiag Pete-Ay continued V heartbreaking by going to Michigan instead of D.C.' His hard work will pay oft' when he makes his first million. Good Luck. CHRISTOPHER S PRENTICE I-I11'E2 Aubum,NY I , Management "Work is meifelyg the duration belween leisure periv rods." A Nobxigejgeneration Clmifisisjsgii-:eel on the la! crosse Held earned him the nic14narigifgf5f'Roclcet". How+ ever, his speed on the roads backito Syracuse each weekend earned him several tickets. K'Be excellent to each other and party on dudes!" ARTHUR F PRESSEL III Q l FUE2 yAnaheim,CA Q ,,h,' Q , EngineeringManagement QffSconer or laterggieymust realize tlieregisno one place Eta arrive at onee2:ggid,,for all. The tmeQjoyjcf'hfe is the ,Q I fftrip. It isn't the briiiiensof today ehatfliiye men mad, It is the regrets over yesterday and thegfear of tomor' row. Life must be lived as we go along," A1nericcmQii!!areSeminar,4gDrill ,Q Q V Lacmsseg 537211. i V jf Grades' TfHm,4f5!iZ'?????1a12CeFvfumylfsfiii risso by S v f fliL:5i3ii5:f. l r W f lssl llfifliiigggnl'l i - -l 2 'oli -"', V ' ' ' ','1 V' 13577 ' J 'i' at ' 'ii Q' .iw rl "LL A :I P 4 Vi 9 0 QS I0 S S19 I3 S QS S Q :Q IO S , I019 . 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D3fF2 ROY PhvffnifsiAZ1if?fi535?iiifiil iAGf0SPaCEQs5iie?ii?f6Cring l History Q , i y "MOST Pe0P15i iiii?i5fiQ'2isbis, but mHSSieui5f?3i?fCH3GaH "If Cff12y,we'dl,aiiiEii?i5iS3ff5",K1l0WU 42HU10g so proportions iswiflieifepitome of bodybeiidihgiigfeai- as aimeiiffyvho drove at least he .L.L giisiiilhitfwf-:Elin -Normi Flnbei, ness? -Amoldfihaiik you ARMY POWERLIFTING for all your wonderful and exciting experiences. SQUATl lf To the guys, MS, DP, JPW, DM, JS, HN , KS, SH, Will, GC, 3D, and baby Laogag, we will always continueonll Q 125015 e . i Wig, x i . . ,f,f,f- new-fzrr-wi: K .- ,f flf- wwf , ' 1. K .'f:ff7f5L57S'1'l'f4' 11-1 - su .-7 ' T 'V Q 'QI-7lz'f?EzTzlizf,.-f .H . Q 'iv ' A K-1-if ilgggggvigqief I. V - 4.1.5 " 'V f 3 ' thought, his life was a teclmiqoe,,QMark always was one to lookfor a good time and he usually found it, or to put it more profoundly, it found him. of Columbusgl Q V . Flu Memories: none, it was bm' i i ,"'f'f3f 'h.ll i L Q ffiff ,,Sfegg2aVInslruc!or,4,3,2,, l Llly eg lLLl o y i ' CEM HACI GLU I1fF2 Kirklareli, Turkiye' Economics GVISEJ "Great Men live with great ideals. Passion is the heart, desire is the blood of their greatness." West Point has been a comersioue in my life. A place anonymous with a plethora of mixed emotions, some ofwhich are bitter while much feel as good and sweel asianything Possibly bfi- 4 f, f Team , ..,, .,,.i... . . y. y DANAQLEE HUCKBODEY4 .ilil BUF2 WausauQWI PorEugueselSpanish "The past serves only as a spring board for the futurev and Dana has had quite a past. She ran the full gamet from the Dean's List to the Dearfs Other List, from STAP stars to DPE stars Cquickly earning the title of vesident'stud3. Always a friend-Oh Boy, Good Luck, andhaveVaVl3ALL!, . ,g V' V - J 1 K air School T 8tflClfliZI'XgiQQ? flf f y.yy.y by ,,,l,, yiyyy, , ,,,,,,,y,,. Q GM limlllw' 'CoelValley,IL i "l'o fi?Miitl1ematicalScie11ees,, ' "Believe in yourself.'ilNICKNAM'ES: Kramesi - MEMORIES: Can't smoke a rock! Inauguration pa- rade 389, Brigade Runner- up ifootball, GZQ, Aix- bofne,All the way! PSG, Sopperi Zoo Brigade Champ R1fgbyirF2JPBBXRw ylyl by ,..,,, w , 53 f" N f -1 ':.fi f"iiisi5iE - lisy A y V ye uf1gf423iiegs 9 fl QS I0 S QS I iie i I0 1 S 15. 9 0 509 sS:osz:lf221Li:.:1 - '- Q-fav :yfsfzzmzz-Zfarwfwqrof.-.Q .::: ' , , ,M m :':'-'ff 5:1 'i::qs?s:iei:?'--:4i:Q-i' Til A l 1 Y o h o mf iff Y 5 ' o WA l h PSYCHOIGSSC L'-L Eyoifre That Which! you can only "Perhaps the most lives arethef when you 7 Sifonger, ' L ' 'relationships we have Wilii1f5thErpeople3' -McLamey Wm' S ' ' L -Lliiffi fm ' V Powerigiingl ,1 . A- Wi, 1 L , , 252-, Kwai! 'if'- nf-:sf-::::'+. aaasirsssize- Q?-rn frm: 559,-, XWYQSH msn.-2 iiffiiiii 5 f 321 1-.Vg ff 5 , 8' Contemporary Seminar! ,2 .' Gospel C hoirfig Indoor Traclc,4,3,2,1'g Outdoor Traclc,4,32,1fCO- CAPTAINJ. fqm I A . M ,. ..,., ,.,.,.., V ,M -AAV ,- ..--. - .,.. .,.A,.,,.,. ,... 1-rf, V - I want to thank everyone who helped me overcome the many challenges I faced during my years at USMA. Band,4g Gfee CIub,3,2,1, Vmv'Q Q x -0 15,1339 h 'MJ 6 g oob, . oo.,.,.o.,ooooooooo,ooo W o, ,, , ,S o, ,. mad cf Hf10Ud, f3?5?if5?ii?i3?5i75?7f5Tweak Quifand YOUfSh33! i5??1fi22SI2?7Tiifoliivknwflesowefei o always will be ffitiidless: ere. The memfyi iff want this p1aCe'1iVC3L32i5.ff1g ries- of the buds: Keel, Bakbisgibilbba, P., Big Daddy, I'WoLddn,tohav?3ji?iiiiiiieii without you. Sho1i,gfg.Ii5i:.fIgi MikeN. Shonus, andihfil icfazy- Things we've, o o - 1 oooo olooo 1 ogowfneach, Laurin, Dukeg Bu:-153, done thmugh me yearS,frggoo o o o o qi Q f oooooo 33334 , o , gs ,LLA Am6Kf6Z?E?iQfjgf2ulture Seminar,4,3,'o - 2 W,o- i L ' ' ' klfjggQgfggggqgigolic Chapiel Chog,43?GZgQQ1iQf 3f1 ,L- , V 5 ?r2vgif-ii?i?g?52,I:S!rengthTeam,- i 1 LLLLL " 5-171' Q. A-,i ffl 1- Q' 1 og? . , ' 'V LAW-,A QT7LfffLQjg1jzgieLgL . A :E ,Q i Q2Q1,'ZOOPAj if oQl ho h 5 o o 1 gm st C ' 0 Class 1 .s iili ir,r ,.r l C st S Cl st S 'fi 51 THOMAS W SANDERS ,IR 5 L B1!F2 AARON DAVID ,gg P60532 IL 4 Ii1flfSfTHf HiS1015f Sacfamenwa CA . The illflgfatigable p11IS?-milf N1 3-great NGW I lay .IUC down IOTCSL ticn iswhaf gives meaning wour 1ife on 10 Chffgf- ifimshoum diebeffffe ing Swr." iii-M-W-133 Thank youg Wesr Poimf, i f6f Q in H0 Way I'11havQw me, My deepestlxh2211ks io aitg:fLi?i35i3iEi1iiiiE5?S chance to grow. 92 w asmalways, BE STRONGSI i 4 L43CdiC21tiimktO his for their suppfrrt and to my ilwilig - L . ' f V . . 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GD Q. . 5 FarmingtonHills,M1AfQFiQffg.gf5j5iQ2..ff'Tifff55af1 f K Chemistry "The things tyoutflgllt.fng:tifr5.g.S5rnifthi-the most." When I think of Cory I think ofliiiednipetent intriguing man with a heart of gold. He eaprtgfes your fascination with his quick wit and eharmsij Always the caring and generous one with a permanent "Cool-Aid" smile, Cory wins hearts of many. American Chemical Sociezy,2,1 'N 0 I' , 'Wglggb-W KPRESIDENTL' Jud0,3p Theatre QQ Am Gufld,3g sfapfand Ushm,43 Q. fA!CICjg Ring and Crest Commit- 5 zee,4,3. ' D4fG2l Clearwaterg'ffffTigQQ5Qfffif?ff5gLgf, o i eComputerScience A contemporary,fgirtlsttfeolleotion includes The Rudder,Bullf.iog,Iili1ii'y-Tongue, 8: Brain, When uct catching line drivesieixthe hot comer, he is struggling wl another killer computer program. Jethrols there to help. Never argues, esp. wi mess hall waiters. He's a great friend, and always there for us. Basebal!,4,3,2.l Q Fellowship of Christian Athletes ,4 ,3 . 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If he was not out burning the 516V3t01'?n Little 'ffkeepefe Qticres-with nitrous, he was playing ExcaIiber.',He-is an ,m,1l.1i most molested stuffed tiger. excellent soldier, student, and athlete .L ' WHS iifliif if-QWGYQXQ ROI? isa great friend- He and iheyvayw the F3555 Cm? 3?35ll13la5P?9l31aPC0P1G- GOODLUCYU eeeee eelee ifli?EEZfiilSixf Q?77' lil i s e s i eee eee e G 'ff e is T eeix li -iii -"A 22- Q' - if .w,lwr,w.s.,.s.s,, ,,,, s.5..,s,....3..issLs ,s , .fqf. V W f- Qfny N UVLQ Q S Q . ,gum ws n.U.11m,lf.f.f.r,. ,ssZmy5imf7as1mfwlgg5lfgfif.qgg.mms.s.l,isau.,,,..,.,....,.....S.,....,.....,......,....,.,,,...g.g A.A. ,,....,...,.,..,...,.,sswasl5.Wgggigsgf5.:z25s?1s.,.,... . A.A.A Taking It All III. General Sullivan.1l1c Class of 1992 Graduation Speaker. observes the pre- sentation of diplomas to the graduating class on May 30. l992. Mi V mrs . fi K E if A GllSlCIlil1g BUIIOIIS. 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CRAIG WYATT COLLAR H3532 A Dallas TX Mech Engl' QEnefgy Sysiemsjgf 3 m,h Aclversrty IS the path of :ruth Lord Byron Crazgi m' 1 makes frxends for hfe I-hs loyalty and QGGICQHGBQOUS ikxends, through both the good and the bad, will make hun successful and happy ua all that he clues Hvfwr Cvmfwff-w,21 If 95147 31724313 0lympics,413J .Cadef Pulzflf-Rd111f0?l-Y Cf21mcil1-2, 1 1.- 1 1 1DENT1.-g-111.-1ifQ-5115fggg-.sgi1igsiff.1gfg-g ,gg MATT!-LEW WAYNE CURRIE 11 TX 1 ' Mahagelneigiig Iflebe year was hell. Yearling year 1wasK0K, bnlgnngln- 'ing te write home about, Cow year I spent most Qfmy- time on the area, but had a great time. 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BIO- "1 don't feel tardyf' Mike was one to take everything in stride and set high marks in every- thing from area tours to push-ups. GO ZS? Fellowship IlfCf1I'iSfillH Athle1es,4 ,3 ,2 ,I ,' W7'6SliiI1g,4, 3,21 . - fi 51511 tw .. . 'Q e 'X' - s CHRISTOPHER A RUSSO B4fH2 Bridgewater, NJ Economies LMSEB "Everyone is a smoker or a non-smoker, the key to life is to decide which one you are and be that." Going from Buffalo to the Happy Co. was an easy transition, and change is the name ofthe game here. Through all the troubles. at least I had my parents and a great bunch of friends. . 72 MICHAEL JOHN WILSGN EIIHZ Poughkeepsie. NY Electrical Engl' iPhys3 HI have nothing to say." Michael Wilson. Baptist Student Union,l. MICHAEL DEAN SHAPIRO D4lH2 Elk Grove Village, IL Economics QMS ED Shaps has always been an exceptionally talented per- son. Whether his impression was left with a young lady along the way, or on the area tirstie year, his greatest talent was that of being a best friend. 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MCCARTHY A AG3fC3 StCharIes,'MQN Soeioiogy D This 13116 arms served in positigo11gr313g- 015 SIS 0 0 19 ,I ,IS 1919! ' e name: Chico Memories:'BQQLiZ,, The Posse, The AM- ,be-at!" Carl is a fellow of diverse He can go ,mgfrorrx pigtoon leader to cheerleader to ggostgiifgxpor- - can Room, f1if2ndSowhQ2WiI3QAo?fgfff you back", lvrwfv Aiiibiiwnywhefe 10 aUYfh5118 H11i32f?YQ1?Ao90mf0HHb1e' ff1f1i1YsS?ii1i3fi?4f21if3fAlAPSSSOHC?i11ChaIaCrffroBQSiif15iE?PS?iiI?Sir1o iwghsewimme w0f1s1fSeiEi4'23?QS?ffiiCndS. , 4 A nl inmanyCX0iiQAlCfQ5iiii?iiSefQre1?1S'f Aowhif:11Qf1134ii5iiiifii1QoAr22idQ1r3y, o o 11255 in - o f he A A F4115 eAo A o C0f1ff2fflP0fwfy'A72naifso6fEfi??9i??Qii?f5i4s3,2,lo: Aeoo Aeoo A f Q f A ff A A 'e.ee A 'A AAA f?13?iif8effAClu5f31' 5C0Hf'1'w!6fSf i5?????i13ril.4,3,2rSEC- 'A .AAA 7 A AAAA ff A ooom-'3fAeRAYp,1rAlC1CJgWafgf5aoAjieAolo 15Q2b 1?5aiZiZi?234,iAFCA,l:Rabblep We f,A'f?5101443,2,1.' 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Indoor Track,4gfMANAGERl,' Medievzil- Studies Group,-4,3CA!CICglg2gMountaineering CliiZg52,I 5 Gut' H H so fngegfgpriTrack,4fMANAG.13ggQspeo THQ1S?E1SeS53f4C0B F4!F3s ossll s p P lMiSE3- f'Bite,ilieibiilletgiiold man, m1d'ifoiig?fg1eietiuem think you're afrsliv3f"F4Troop was a weleomed change afler being a simple frog for 2 years. hither troopl found new friends in Smax, Senior Blanco, Sean, Cohenoni, and who could forget Cornflake. The troop definitely made Woo Poo survivable. l Baptist Student Union,4,3,2,1g Tacfiiis C Iub,3 ,Z . i ,, ,f . e,f1ff3,fMm..,.,,,, . . Q,,f-..1.11fi1flfs1.m,lwlgm-f,."""!!.' -f s A5Ph8iG!f3?G2X i i o i'illi CMSEJ shared the , L made 'F?TifiiQS15silflffi"'Not that this'-saeeessisvas theirs ailone".iLsfi5eljfpeyes "But Llidtthesehien made the TfG0f!i?gfif liome."...fell igeatqL".g.a1ways echo liiiailieffeanyons of the Tzocipfss and a Tex Tumerfjwiar whoop, A mans offmzignedc in and out lpi,o flove with girls back hoiiieg but his true gseigiiory.Kiddxeceiveriliiififlfilefieldpromotioigfg5Qi3gcs-i- properties andow1ierqf:heMourh,LJ scoixyedputlthe love wasfalfaisys the Troop. Laiieeggiiiphasn with and to Colonel, parlgirlgi assoned watering ligxiesand speakeasiespofgiiefffroop. solid hea1ftii11id1CD six pack in i1is,31ggg3d,fWasialways North: S0HS0Hisfifiii:6ii1301dGf Of AHHY 2005 f0fi24f!3iYYei?iGUfSs5UfiHS Of l1iS s ii 124'-U' 2 leis isllw slsh e e l Sklfy C13YSi235?ES?9?!1i?lM00fe3fs l ' l .l A -' . 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'L f' i Flying Ciubi ,'Mounrai12eering Club,2 ,'.It1do,3 Q Scuba he of 'Ng X . o i eceentiic rooniatewall with hieitiendly smile ffff Flying C lub,2,I 1-Scuba Club,2,', M giiirifivalGczmes,4,3,2,lfA!CIC,?,'igQ V f -. "Of theiriife and fortune one cannot say," ...Biily, our Texas 'Rtingen led the Troop .through the battles of Nashvillegiglorth, Bear Moanfam, and MoTint,Snow in TheFf3i5S3ii52'iQAU11OiSdi33Q?iQiShailkbe,TjQ?2i5?lEEii5f3fSf I0 be 'PSI'ii5fff33fW,'ffWfi?5I3l3Y fcrmt. M L'L' Skeet a1fziql,il'rap,3,2,1 K "L is .N ff ,. l oolo oooo i WESLEY PRESEPADILLA e G4!F3 Newark,NJ Engineeringlvianagement The quote l'Sir, you can call me Wesu gave "Gorilla" Padilla his claim to fame with the "Guppiesl'. In F- Troop, Wes could always he found studying diligently or pummeling Tim Sheridgen, He tmly added color to the F3"family with phisiolatino Gmachisinofiand good heart. Weill miss him a lot. - 1 ANNRQBERT' e CARGIJNAROHQIGUEZ-RfYF4!F3 Evansville,IL Environmental Science Reading,PA LatinArnerica CFASJ Best squad in the Regiment! HUAH, SIR!! Jules, we have sure been through alot together over the past 4 yearsg Beast roommates, Frederick, Cadet Smith, Pink floyd, color books, Beef-nwBroceoli,Nerf Gohi Drew Qfzind Wire glassesglsnow at 2AM,itZ2i1gates, 8a Thanks for the memories, Kel. 'Tj ' f' "We're gonna 'fteakinlfeditedj win!!"--said upon heating Madonna? "Vogue,' prior to racing in the finals of the lightweight fours women's screw Natl. Championship. Thai senglhas been her inspiration- I donftgkiiow' Why'?! So, that ,ifffzfwii she mzicieiher own recording of it at one of those studios. 7 ' Il Fo0!bail,4,3,' Indoor Track,3,2,1 ,' X Catholic Cadet Carechists.4,'Soft- ' 969, Oufd0orT:'ack,3,2,lgl?Qyyer1wing, fu m 1 5 AQ.. ball,4,3,2,lg Society 0fAmeriCa11, H... 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BRIAN FRANCIS TUS Q N i1'1ifF3 Hoaksei1:,NI-I Eiectrzcal Systems Efffxgr Bai-1 Humbug' Scrooge Brian should have been ist Captain Hxs baldmg forehead and crude manner zsms always mspnred us to achezve hxgher stanwrds I-hs ixonwa ZW blunt, cymczrsm also leave no foam for qrmaonxng where has hem and mzznd wall aiwaiss be W Poms' Tomas Cfub 4 3 2 CG Exchange Cadet 2 'X V' 'Nr SON PHI V 2 GSIF3 Mmml FL Systems Engineering if you leave here wah the love of ceomry stamped on your heart, than you will be a 21st century leader Son P Vo beam' known so mostas Sonny oh-onsh the names with lugghsrezncis at the Academgmosi. 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F-Troop Firsties of F-troop enjoy some refreshments after a day of proudly show off their rings afer the presentation at skiing at Mount Snow in Vermont. Trophy Point in August 1991. Z , . I M 'first S cmss rs W568 Go Gophers! TIS 5 0 15 I0 S S 0 ALGERMQ trvt e A4lG3. Fairfaxg h Mech EngrfEnergy Systemsj Although his smile may make hirftilook like a tough guy, it hides a soft heart. When he's not listening to heavy metal or working out, Terry can he found in his Jeep looking for love, preferably Swedish style. We Won't forget you! , by L H0305 'lf M kl'l'l' QTWILLIAM A iiakeland, FL Geography StudiesiCMC8gGj ffSee, there are two kinds of people in this world, those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig." - Clint Eastwood in The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly .... "lt is well that war is so horrible, otherwise we might grow too fond of it? -General Robert E.. Lee. tEeY:'fl2f2'ff43' A eel it .f . ' 9 Jsmigsggsoorr llloeee I2lG3t:gQ1 Q Hopeliaieg0H Automotive Enginerirtgziflw 3 "By perseverance, and study, and eternal desire, any t ' man can become great." General George S. Patton, Jr. - Mechanical Erzgin eering C iub,4 ,3 ,2,I ,- Flying C Iub,2 5 m Society z:fAuf0motive Engineeri:tg,,2,l I PRESIDENT i. hllel A . .1 lllelllll t ,i ' -'1e' :iff - 1 .gfjjg gif , '-'-' 6-srl' f 'l-1 ffzffft- Q x 15: M, e,e, vo ,LL 1 gh 5 mit t 2- --4 A ,rf-"' be Q sz -':: s A rt- , .L l-l- i f .ilfi -'.' ' . ., A . i i n 55' U U Q FD G- 1 U 0 BRIAN DAVID CARLOCK C41 G3 CHARLES A. CARLTON G4lG3 REBECCA LYNNE DIECK A3!G3 Q Clebutnegyiflilli Enginee1fing.Management ,oel ififopsail Beach, NC e,l'i. American Pol .,Soience Greendale,WI Western European Studies ,,'ee Q- "Accept your limitations, then go beyond them." fri iam the cheese? Chuck, Chico or C squared' it Only the'Strong Survive. HOUSEIEI4 Anonymous. 'Brian 'the Awk' Carlock, financial doesnlt matter how you say it, it still boils downto one GO-PHER IT!!! ' 6 genious we all love, will always be remembered for hell of a guy. l've come to know Chuck as the guy to 1 his maturelchildish ways of accomplishing things. tum to in a crunch Qwhen he's not rackingk. Quick Lacrosse,4,3,2,' POW6I'I,Qf?fl1g,3,2,1f Staff and Ush- Briao is a great friend who leaves us with many fond with a joke or just trying to date another foreign girl, ers,4. memories. Age 40 ain't so bad. , Chuck is the man, A ,V Q FezzaorhgggpfoaffafzanAfhzeg.gs5g5gggl t5..fjg ,giisggg Bmfhm,3,i TECg4,3,' sandhmf, 4,3,2.g, r...t. 365.3 . F001bf2lf4if4ii 'v i t . i2rrfs52L.f1iff i r A l - vfltff. 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F L of A,2,1 2312 C,4,3. . .,g,. .Ag,. 3 A.,c .,., ..,. - - . , .. . .. .,., i.,.wlffsmsvwr:-1-.:1. i l ilflfhing iS with talent. Gfsgiiisigofiziilleootg unrewatclerlgenius is almost a p:'overb,gofEii-iieation alone wiilixoigyltlxe World is full of edueaieiifdefelicts. Persisteneegaione is omnipotent? - Americanfizzstiatre ofAeronauticslAsfrQzfei1.dcs,2,1,' L ' iFIyingClub,2,I,'MechszigiQalEngiH L K LL,LL nearing Club,2,1g NzgQig:gZmrs,4g 'Y ' 3' LL 'L LA - Protestant Cha elffizoiflf 'Tk i .1 . 'f'.,- 1. I7 'L is 63" l o T Civil ,EngirioeififigiiESfQoii.l155iRock Springs, VT? lmi l'?iiiiIfigSecfPublic Affairs This Llama l1ailsffgi5315iQjgQjgQ11f1lg'jf?Life is a Big Inconvenieiieeifdgs. Duke came East to "God's his best to Toy withjtlaefifj attend West Point and sliowedixs all how to party hard. Academy. Wiisfa dead ringer for the models L cadet. He drove only his truck, but also his friends, to the edgegof sanity. He is loved by all K because of his ability -to bring the best out. Fellowship ofC'i1rfsfian Athletes,4 ,3 ,2,l ,' Gymnas- o gfes,4,3,2,zfC0-CAPTA1N1. With Ally in tow, Duke didrff play by the rules. Meant for better things, Duke leaves WooPoo to tackle life before it tackles him. Duke, never stop rebelling, it's good for you. Ring and Crest C0mmitfee,4.3,2,1 5 GBT,2f C O- CA PTA!Nj,JfC0-CAPTAIN1: IM. vit CPRC,4g3fA!CICl,2KA!C1C 2,1 IA! CICJ,-V -Special 0lympics,4,3,2fAZ ' rss., CICZIAEAYCICQ- fu X fs b I oefo so if ifacffigifii ' 'being sow Igknew'.I. l9Uf'Wifhi5Hf1f beflefifs HP0fiiiT5?35???f?3?5i35+eR0befY LOWS Sf35fC?fS?33f33Ei5i?2gi3ff1CiiDvJiH2 WHMWHS' 1 i l ii T 'Q5ifSf?3i23?3?33257'o - i l 'ii7i7?Pi?fii iiiii l i o liiff?7!5iS9'iV i CatholicFolkGz353zig2gs?,3,2fCICj,1fCICJ,'ClassCoizzgg Wargames Cofnmiriee,-4:Sr1?jcd'hz4esf,2. ' 1 'L iolo miftee,1: LQtZ'3'fit?S5feQ3,2j Staff and Ushers,4g3j L K - ww 1 TECer,2,I.o R K. K W i A I , y - 1 ,.,,. 7 . - - -. - ' 1 -A 1wf,.-sz.: ., 11 - B was g . gjfz ,k,. A I ,gi if alabalaeaiaa ooaol f , Q?' M , i s ll 1 s isis l At the Park. Chris Shannon and his girlfriend take time out to ride the carousel. www ff-V1.112,Q1ffmix151ismasfsmiwx-.misfm rim-.fsmf K-1 sm, .nm COIlfideIlC0. Korey Mitche1l's optimism paid him big dividends when it came to Graduation Day. fi Qiliifffxfl Givens: 'sam Ydfwibrwims 'QTZJQSNTE w. s -e ew , ,gags 5 Nwm.wsm..., 28 qreygmwwf s:z:wsizfz,fiz?'.i5E6l?32rZ 1i5eszssfs'a:s352E2Q14w'3z4 "W-'ww M1 me :s Eoeafisfts gw