University of South Carolina NROTC - Salvo Yearbook (Columbia, SC)
- Class of 1971
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1971 volume:
USS NEW JERSEY 83-62
SALVO 1971 U.
University of South Carolingkw
Naval Reserve ntticer Iraining cows;
Captain John H. Fitzgerel, USN, Commanding
Unit Officers and Staff . . . . . . 4
Midshipmen Classes . . . . . . . . H
Midshipman Battalion . . . . . . . 30
Unit Activities . . . . . . . . . . .38
Midshipmen Activities .. . . . .49
Today, when the extremes of campus protest and student apathy seem to overshadow events
in eductation, the NROTC Unit of the University of South Carolina still finds itself deeply
involved in the forefront of Carolina activity. This commitment is a product of the individual
t and collective contributions of the NROTC Staff and the Midshipman Battalion.
In addition to its value as a yearbook, the 1971 Salvo is published to provide an insight into
, the lives and activities of these people as they prepare for future naval service while Contri-
buting to the growing Carolina Community.
CAPTAIN JOHN H. FITZGEREL, USN
This year the University of South Carolina NPOTC Unit welcomed Captain John H. FITZGEREL as its new Com-
Captain FITZGEREL comes to the Unit from his last tour as executive director of the Navy Department Of LegiSv
iative Affairs. Prior duty stations include the Chief of Staff, Naval Support Activity, Danong, Republic of South
Vietnam and Commanding Officer of the destroyer USS VOGELESANG. Other recent assignments were as Strategic
Operations Officer, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and as a Congressional liaison officer in the Office of the
Secretary of Defense.
During his career which began in July, 1942, Captain FITZGEREL has served in World War II, the Korean War and
Captain FITZGEREL received his baccalaureate degree from Muhlenberg College in Pennsylvania and a master's
degree in International Affairs from George Washington University. He is also a graduate of the Naval War College
Captain FITZGEREL and his wife Jessanne have four children. Their son, Hill, is a senior at George Washington
University. Their eldest daughter, Nancy, is presently a sophomore at USC and daughters Betsy and Carol reside
with their parents in Columbia.
The NROTC Battaltion and the entire Carolina Community are looking forward to the continued dynamic leadership
and personal involvement of Captain FITZGEREL in the coming year.
COMMANDER F. L. McGEACHY, USN
Commander McGEACHY, who is completing his first year as the
Unit Executive Officer, began his naval career in 1946 when he
enlisted in the Navy. He later entered the United States NavaI
Academy via fleet competitive appointment where he received
his commission upon graduation in 1951.
Some of the commander's previous assignments include posi-
tions as the AiMship Readiness and Readiness Reporting Offi-
cer on the Staff of the Commander-in-Chief, Pacific fleet at
Pearl Harbor; Assistant Operations Officer on the Staff of the
Chief of Naval Air Basic Training; Officer-in-Charge of Com-
posite Squadron Five W051 at NAS Cubi Point in the Republic
of the Philippine Islands; Flight Leader in Training Squadron
One, NAAS Whiting Field; and Maintenance Officer in Attack
Squadron Sixty Five tVA-651. Commander McGEACHY has served
on several of the attack air craft carriers and is currently the
only aviator on the NROTC Staff. Along with his administrative
duties, he serves as adviser and coordinator for the Flight ln-
doctrination Program and also as advisor to the Mermaid Fleet.
The Commander and his wife, Pamela were married in 1954
in Coronado, California and now reside in Columbia with their
five children, three girls and two boys.
MAJOR WALTER G. SMITH, JR., USMC
Maior Smith was commissioned as a second lieutenant in June, 1958,
after the Officer Candidate Course at Quantico, Virginia. After ini-
tial assignment for training at the Basic School and Artillery Offi-
cer's Orientation Course at Quanticd, he joined the 10th Marine Regi-
ment, 2nd Marine Division at Camp Leieune, North Carolina and served
with that organization until April, 1962. Maior Smith's assignments
have included Commanding Officer, 4.2 inch Mortar Battery, 2nd
Battalion, 12th Marines; Executive Officer, Marine Barracks, Naval
Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida; and Commanding Officer, 1st 8
inch Howitzer Battery. He attended Amphibious Warfare School,
Quantico, Virginia from September, 1966 to February 1967. During
his most recent assignrrient to the 3rd Marine Division, MaiorSmith
participated in operations in the Northern I Corps area of the Repub-
lic of South Vietnam. He arrived at the University of South Carolina
in June, 1968. Maior Smith is a graduate of Davidson College. V
LIEUTENANT DONALD W. PARKER, USN
Lieutenant Parker, the Unit Sophomore instructor and advi-
sor is a graduate of Lincoln Memorial University where he
received a B 5 degree in Accounting. He entered the Navy
through the Aviation Officer Candidate Program and was
commissioned in November 1963. Subsequent duty assign-
ments have included VT-10, AEwwECM Evaluator training,
Airborne Early Warning Barrier Squadron Pacific, Naval
Reconnaissance and Technical Support Center, and the USS
KITTY HAWK as Hangar Deck Officer.
LIEUTENANT JEFFERY LYNN BROWN, USN
Lieutenant BROWN is the Unit's senior instructor and advi-
sor. He was a member of the NROTC Unit here at South
Carolina from 1960 to 1964. After commissioning in 1964
he was ordered to active duty aboard USS MEREDlTH via
Nuclear Weapons SchooI and Gunnery School. While on board
MEREDITH he served as Gunnery Assistant and Fire Con-
trol Officer, First Lieutenant Navigator, and Ship's Secre-
tary. His next duty was on board USS WILLIAM V. PRATT
where he served as Gunnery Officer. Upon promotion to
lieutenant in December of 1967 he was ordered to duty as
Executive Officer of USS ALACRITY after attending four
weeks of Surface Mine Warfare School. Lieutenant BROWN
came to the Unit in September, 1969 from a four week Wea-
pons System Seminar at the United States Naval Academy.
LIEUTENANT KIRBY E. HUGHES, USN
Lieutenant Hughes received his commission in the Navy in
June of 1966 upon graduation from the U. S. Naval Academy,
He then attended Naval Flight School and subsequently
received his Naval Flight Officer wings in March, 1967.
Lt. Hughes was then assigned to Heavy Photography Squad
62 in Jacksonville, Florida. Later, Lieutenant Hughes was
stationed in Danang, Republic of South Vietnam where he
was awarded three Air Medals for night interdiction flights
over North Vietnam. Lieutenant Hughes then came to the
Unit at Carolina to assume the duties of freshmen instruc-
tor and advisor.
LIEUTENANT JAMES P. WOERNER, JR., USN
Lieutenant WOERNER was commissioned in 1966 upon grad-
uation from the University of Nebraska which he attended as
a Regular NROTC student. After receiving a Fulbright
Scholarship he studied for one year at the University of
Antioquia in Medellin, Colombia. In June 051967 LT.WOER -
NER reported to the USS GLENNON tDD8401 where he served
in the Operations Department. He entered the Naval Amphib-
ious Intelligence School in Coronado, California in Feb-
ruary, 1969 and later that year reported to Commander Naval
Forces, Republic of South Vietnam. He spent twelve months
in Vietnam where he was associated with both "Operation
Seatloat" and "Operation Giant Slingshot". LT. WOERNER
was awarded the Bronze Star for his outstanding service in
Vietnam. LT. WOERNER left Vietnam in June, 1970 and
attended a summer NROTC Seminar at Purdue University
prior to reporting to Carolina to assume the duties of J unior
Instructor and Advisor.
MASTER SERGEANT WINDE
1: CHIEF MITCHELL
ROBERT W. ALLIN SAM H. BAILEY, JR. ROBERT C. BALDERSON
San Juan, Puerto Rico Columbia, SC. Bethesda, Md-
History Engineering GeOIOQY
WUSC Radio, F.l.P., Salvo, Cockpit, To be Commissioned USNR. Intramural Athletics Chairman, Town-
USC Sport Parachute Club. To be com- men Sports Chairman. To be Commis -
missioned USN. sioned uSNR.
FREDERICK T. BEALE, JR. ROBERT R. BIRD ROBERT E. BONDY, HL
Hamp'fon, Va. Memphis, Tenn. Washington, D- C
. History . Management Internafional Studies
Drull Team , Rifle Team, Semper Fl- FIP., Delta Sigma Pi. To be Com- Pi Kappa Phi, To be Commissioned
delis To be Commissioned USMC.
missioned USN. USN.
BUCK BRINSON, JR.
Advertising and Computer Science
Chi Psi, Alpha Delta Sigma, Garnet?
and Black, Crucible. To be Commis-
MARK W4 BROWN
Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Delta Phi, Sem-
per Fidelis, Compass and Chart. To
be commissioned USMC.
JOHN J. CASEY, JR.
Chemical Systems Engineering
Compass and Chart,DriH Team, Amer-
ican Institute of Chemical Engineers
To be Commissioned USN.
CHESTER B. COCHRANE, JR.
Circle K, Compass and Chart, Kappa
Alpha. To be Commissioned USNR.
ROBERT J. COOLBAUGH, JR.
F.I.P., Cockpit, Salvo, Drum and
Bugle Corps, USC Sport Parachute
Club, WUSC Radio. To be commis-
GARY M. CRAFT
Electronics and Communications
LE.E.E., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pis-
foI Team, Rifle Team, Compass and
Chart. To be Commissioned USN.
ROBERT K. CROWE
Drum and Bugle Corps, Tau Beta Pi,
F.I.P., To be Commissioned USN.
MICHAEL E. DAVIS
Structures and Mechanics Engineering
F.I.P., Drum and Bugle Corps, Soil-
ing Club. To be Commissioned USN.
JOHN S. DAMRON
Salvo, WUSC Radio, To be Commis-
JERRY W. DERRICK
A.S.M.E.., Tau Beta Pi, F.I.P., Cock-
pit, Salvo. To be Commissioned USN.
JOHN A. DAVIS
Columbia 5. C.
President Semper Fidelis, Drill Team,
Cockpit. To be Commissioned USMC.
RONALD C. DUBAY
Columbia, 5. C.
To be Commissioned USN.
JOHN S. EARWAKER, lll.
German Club, Student Travel Commit-
tee, Intramural Football, Baseball,
Towers Judicial Board. To be Com-
ROBERT W. FULLBRIGHT
Compass and Chart, Alpha Delta Sig-
ma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Garnett
and Black, Gamecock. To be Commis-
ROBERT B. ELLIS
Travelers Rest, S.C.
F.I.P., Drill Team, Rifle Team. To be
VINCENT J. GOULDING, JR.
Alpha Phi Omega, Warwick Exchange,
Semper Fidelis, Drill Team. To be
HARRISON T. FERRIS
Salvo, Cockpit, Sailing CIub,Compass
and Chart. To be Commissioned USNR.
OLIVER J. HADDEN, JR.
Semper FideHs, Young Republicans,
YAF, F.I.P., Bates Government .
To be Commissioned USMC.
SAMUEL R. HARDMAN, JR.
Falls Church, Va.
Drill Team, Rifle Team, To be com-
HARDY R. JOSEPHSON
Chi Psi, To be Commissioned USN.
DALE C. JOHANNESMEYER THOMAS R. JONES
Wesf Columbia, S.C. Virginia Beach, Va.
Energy Conversion Engineering ThermomeChanicaI Sysfems
Compass and Chart, Tau Beta Pi, Engineering
To be Commissioned USNR. Chi Psi, Vice President, Advertising
salesman for the Gamecock. To be
DENNIS J. KELLY JAMES B. KENDALL
Greenville, S.C. Columbia, $.C.
Mathematics Structures and Mechanics
Phi Delta Theta Vice President, To Engineering
be Commissioned USN. Compass and Chart To be Commis:
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CLARK E. KILROY
Compass and Chart, Beta Gamma
Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi
Eta Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi. To be
ROBERT S. LOWERY
Marketing Club, Finance Club. To be
DONALD E. KIRKLAND
West Columbia, S.C.
To be Commissioned USN.
ROBERT S. MEYETT
Compass and Chart. To be Commis-
JOHN lb LANGENHEIM
Undergraduate Chemists Society,
Rier Team, F.I.P., To be Commis-
STEPHEN W. MILLER
Semper Fidelis, Pistd Team, Drill
Team, F.I.P., To be Commissioned
TIMOTHY P. MONAHAN
Virginia Beach, Va.
Chi Psi President, Engineers Joint
Council. To be Commissioned USN.
ROBERT W. PRUNTY, JR.
Electronics and Communications
USC Band, Phi Mu Alpha, Omicron
Delta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa
Nu, Compass and Chart. To be Com-
LAURENCE H. NEWTON
Hall Counselor, F.I.P., Rifle Team.
To be Commissioned USN.
JOHN W. ROGERS
Compass and Chart, Town Men Assoc.,
Drill Team. To be Commissioned USN.
GARY B. PATTERSON
Garrett Park, Md.
Phi Eta Sigma, Compass and Chart.
To be Commissioned USNR.
GREGORY N. SEMINOFF
Sigma Phi Epsilon. To be Commis-
JOHN L. SUNDAY KEVIN J. TACKETT CORNELL A. WILSON, JR.
Darby, PO- Columbia, 5. C. Hartsville, SC.
Mathematics Banking and Finance Chemisfry
Sigma Phi Epsilon. To be Commis- Sigma Phi Epsilon. To be Commis- Afro-Americon Assoc., Oratoris Choir,
sioned USN. sioned USNR. USC Band, Cockpit, Semper Fidelis,
Newman Foundation. To be Commis-
JAMES L. WRIGHT, H BRADFORD H. WILLIAMS
Bethesda, Md. hot picturecH
Engineering Joint Council, l.E.E.E.,
To be Commissioned USNR.
WEEKLY PERSONNEL INSPECTION
7 a I , I , fjng
S. F. AndersSn, IH D. O. Blockiston R. A. Chiasson H. D. Coogler
H. E. Copeland, III S. T. Cox R. E. Davis T. C. Deas, Jr.
J. R. Hess H. R.Hi1pas, II
C. E. Ferguson, Jr. D. T. Gordon
J. Meefze R. C. Morton
R. F. Jenkins D. V. Leclair
E. W. Pinion G. L. Powers W. E. Rambow E. T. Richardson, Jr.
T- 5- Rifchie J- V- Shay c.- w. Spradlin J. M. Stone
M. Strong J. M. Tompkins P. J. Townsend C. S. Wagner
C. L. Brown M. E. Cameron T. B. Carfer, Jr. R. A. Denman
A. D. Dukes W. B. Fraser K. W. Funderburk
J. M. King E. D. Kosakoski N. G. Lapointe W. R. Lawler, Jr.
W. C. McFarland E. B. Mitchell R. M. Riley R. C. Seholes W. L, Simpson, Jr.
J. F. Stone, Jr. R. B. Twohey, Jr. J. B. Wilson J. E. Yarborough, Jr.
W. G. Stidom
J. R. Allen J. R. Azud
S. J. Bradley J. L. Breczeale S. R. BurneHe P. F. Corr G. F. Carver
D. M. Coman G. A. Cone D. M. DeMouro T. P. Devanney
J. 5. Elmer P. S. Eltringham D. D. Ernst
D. C. Eberwein D. L. Ellenburg
R. J. Ewing R. S. Fanning H. E. Fowler
B. W. Garvin N. M. Goodwin
H. L. Frazier
D. M. Griffin
F' H' Holm D. W. Johnson R. L. Jones W. T. Ken nedy
. Leinster G. M. Morrison T. P. O'Kelly
C. O. Schusier J. L. Shuford
R. L. Ricker
C. Sionley B. Stewart
D. R. Singer
J. A. West
B. Stuart J. V. Sullivan
THE STAFF LEADS THE WAY
Left to Right: Prunty, R. W., Battalion Commander; Meyett, R. 5., Assistant Oper-
ations Officer; Kilroy, C. E., Executive Officer; Johonnesmeyer, D. C., Supply
Officer; Craft, G. M., Personnel Officer; Kendall, J. B., Operations Officer; Hard-
man, 5. R., Training Officer.
Battalion Commander, Spring 1971
Robert W. Prunty
CHANGE OF COMMAND, FALL 1970 MIDSHIPMAN BATTALION STAFF, FALL 1970
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SECOND PLATOON "A" COMPANY
Mid'n. Ens. L. H. Newton, Commanding.
THIRD PLATOON "A" COMPANY
Mid'n. Ens. O. J. Hadden, Commanding.
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SECOND PLATOON "B" COMPANY
Mid'n. Ens. S. W. Miller! Commanding.
THIRD PLATOON "B" COMPANY
Mid'n. Ens. R. S. Lowery, Commanding
Ueff to right Fullbright, R. W., BaHolion C.P.O.; Bondy, R. E., Supply Chief; Beale, F. T.
Training Chief; Ferris, H. T., P.l.0., Chief; Monahan, T. P., Operations Chief; Cochrune C.B.
Personnel Chief. ' '
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H EADQUART E R5 COMPANY STAF F
hight to lefH Mid'n. Lt. R. K. Crowe, C.0.; Mid'n. Lf.J.G. R. J.
Coolbaugh, XO.. Mid'n. VC M. E. Davis, C.P.O.
DRUM 8t BUGLE CORPS ON PARADE IN COLUMBIA
PRESENTATION OF THE COLORS
The Cockpit and Salvo staffs provide the unit with its two
publications. The Cockpit is the newsletter published each
semester to report significant events and information to the
Battalion. The Salvo is the official yearbook of the NROTC
Unit. Its purpose is to convey, through pictures, the events
and aspirations of the Midshipmen and to provide a record of
their achievements for them to remember and others to aspire
FIRST ROW: W. Kennedy, C. Brown, P. Townsend, H. Keorsley, J. Schuford, D. Singer. SECOND ROW:
5. Damenon, G. Patterson, H. Ferris, R. HiH, R. Allin, J- King, D' Coman.
COMPASS AND CHART SOCIETY
FRONT ROW KNEELING, Ueft to rigiM C. Brown, Secretary, B. Kendall, President; J. J. Casey, Vice Presidfant;
C. Kilroy, Treasurer. SECOND ROW, KNEELING, R. Fullbright, W. Simpson, K. Funderburk, J. Schuford, R- EWlngl
R. Scholes. FIRST ROW, STANDING, J. Elmer, J. Hess, J. Tompkins, E. Pinion, R. Davis, 5. Cox, R. Riley,
W. Stidom, J. Stone. SECOND ROW, $TANDING,C. Wagner, H. Coogler, E. Mitchell, D. Johannesmeyer, D. Koch:
J. Breazeale, M. Strong. THIRD ROW, STANDING, H. Ferris, R. Meye'r'r, M. Brown, G. Patterson, J. Rogers, R-
Prunty: W. Lawler, J. Shay, M. Cameron.
The Compass and Chart Society is the NROTC Buf-
tahon'shonorary scholastic and service organization. The
members combine academic excellence with novel and
community oriented service proiects. The C 8h C spon-
sored ?he fall Shipwreck Party, collected for the annual
Heart Fund Drive, worked with the Coro'ino Children's
Home,- Veteran's Administration Hospital and Craffs' -
Farrow State Hospital.
Mermaid Jane Dunn - Compass and Chart and Sem-
per Fidelis USC Homecoming Queen Nominee.
COmposs and Chart Society President Bruce Kendall ,ond Mermaid Fleet Com-
mander Susan Ross Accepting donation from Mrs. John West.
FIRST ROW: Brow M. W . '
Blackisfon, D. 0.;nWiIsonllgllLirl
Stone, J. F .; Ricker, R. L.,' Morfih,
Semper Fidelis members and 2nd Lt. T. H. Burak, Jr.,
The Semper Fidelis Society is an organization with mem-
bership taken from University Students who are enrolled
in programs leading to a commission in the United States
Marine Corps. The purpose of Semper Fidelis is To pro-
vide professional service and social activities intended
to enhance The spirit of comradeship among ifs Marine
Corps oriented membership.
5- W..- Beule,,F. T.; Davis J. A.- SECOND ROW- Fraser w. 8.; Hddde": O-J-i
THIRD ROW: Rambow, w. E.; Richardson, E. T.;. Wetherlly, G. C.; Allen: J-R-i
W. M.; Master Sgt. R. A. Winde.
Left to right; Miller, 5. W.; Blockiston. D. 0.; Spradlin, C. W.; Bird, R. R.; H dd O.J 'St - ' ' '
Allin, R. w.; Stone, J. M.; Gordon, D T.; Shay, J. v. 0 en' H' rong' M" Pm'on' E' w.,
FLIGHT INDOCTRINATION PROGRAM tFlPt
FIP is a relatively new Navy Program which pro-
vides Midshipmen with the opportunity to earn a
private pilot's license. Aside from the sheer enioy-
ment, FlP provides an outstanding introduction to
flying for those considering a career in Navy or
Marine Corps aviation.
Before flying, the plane must be preflighted.
Left to Right: Chesser, Debien, Schutord, Hoygood, Beck, Babin, Martin, Spradlin, Garvin, Sullivan, Coman, Stun-
ley, Koch, AHen,'Goodwin, Hill, Essary, Beale, Miller, Brown.
The Drill Team represents the USC-NROTC Unit annual-
ly 4in the USC Homecoming Parade, Fire Prevention Por-
ade, the Mardi Gras Parades in New Orleans and the
Savannah, Georgia St. Parick's Day Parade.
W - ' h ' COI'PSI
Awards ece ved b the Drum and Bugle . . .
the Drilerealm andythe Color Guard for Pamelpu
tion in the Mardi Gras Parades.
afion for Performance at Mardi
5 Day Parades.
The Awards Present
Gras and St. Patrick'
Pictured Ueff to righ'd: Patty Owen, Patti Arduini, Rhett BrOWn, Wilma Burk, Moria Regan, Susan Cox, Junne Mal-
colm, Rosanne McDowell, Pom Penny, Jan Banister, Susan Ross, Carol Hancock, Claudia Smith, Carol Parkman,
Jamie Hudson, Sarah Robinson.
The Mermaid Fleet is a coed auxiliary service
h the NROTC UH"-
organization affiliated wit
The Mermaids are selected on the basis of schol-
orship, ieadership, and example in the U
community. In addition to serving in an idealls'
tic capacity through affiliation with the NROTC'
the Mermaids participate in many social and 59"
vice proiects of the Midshipman Battalion and
serve us hostesses at official fundions-
aid leaders discussin future ro'ects. Rear Admiral H. J. Kossler of the Sixth Naval Dis-
Merm g p I fricf greets Mermaids on their trip to the Charleston
Susan Cox talks to a young man at the Charleston Navy Hospital.
RIFLE AND PISTOL
The NROTC Rifle and Pistol Teams participate in both
Team Coach, Master Sgt. Winde.
shoulder-to-shoulder and pistol matches with other
ROTC units and university feams.
Left to Right: Burnett S. R: C H .
M. B.; Beale, F T.; Simpson,,W.rlf.;lB?e;ah:;oIE,rofnl:,C. L". Gordom D. T-; Miller, 5- W.; Lainster, R. W.; MCKOYI
BUT I JUST GOT ONE LAST WEEK, MR. CROWE!
CELEBRATES HIS PROMOTION
IN SAVANNAH 81
Left: Capt. Fitzgerel presents HQ Com-
pany Commander Crowe with the Harry
Mendleson, Jr. Memorial Award for the
exemplary showing of the Drum 8h Bugle
Corps, Drill Team, and Color Guard of
the Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
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