University of South Carolina NROTC - Salvo Yearbook (Columbia, SC)

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UniverEAiiifrof South Carolina Naval Reserve officer Training Corps ' CAPTAIN JOHN H. FITZGEREL, USN, COMMANDING WILLIAM T. MARTIN We pause for a moment to reflect on a late friend known only by a few. 3 friend whose lasting gift to us was the solemn hope that courage could be born anew; for his laughter fiiled us with gladness and his parting has left us subdued and yet, it was the depth of purpose that gave his Iife such merit, and his strength must be our courage too. lN MEMORIUM T H E COMMANDING OFFICER CAPTAIN JOHN H. FITZGEREL, USN This year Captain John H. FITZGEREL entered his second year as Commanding Officer of the NROTC Unit of the University of South Carolina. Captain FITZGEREL came to the Unit from his last tour as Executive Director of the Navy Department of Legislative Affairs. Prior duty stations include the Chief of Staff, Naval Support Activity, Da Nang, Republic of Vietnam and Commanding Officer of the destroyer, USS VOGELESANG. Other recent assignments were Strategic Operations Officer, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and 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 the Vietnam conflict. Captain FITZGEREL received his baccalaureate degree from Muhlenberg College in Pennsyivania and a Master's Degree in international Affairs from George Washington University. He is also a graduate of the Naval War College Senior Course. Captain FITZGEREL and his wife Jessane have four children. Their son, Hill, graduated from George Washington University and is presently teaching in Aboisso, Ivory Coast. Their eldest daughter, Nancy, is presently a junior here at the University. Daughters Betsey and Carol reside with their parents in Columbia. We of the NROTC Battalion look forward to the continued exceptional leadership of Captain FITZGEREL in the future as we have seen in the past two years. COMMANDER F. L. MC GEACHY, USN Commander McGeachy began his Naval career in 1946 when he enlisted in the Navy. He earned an appointment to the United States Naval Academy and was graduated and com- missioned in 1951. In the past the Commander has been assigned as the Aid Ship Readiness, Readiness Reporting Officer and R81D coordi- nator on the staff of the Commander-in-Chiet, Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor; Assistant Operations Officer on the Staff of the Chief of Navai Air Basic Training; Officer-in-Charge of Com- posite Squadron Five iVC-51 at NAS Cubi Point in the Republic of the Philipines; Maintenance Officer on the Staff, Commander Fleet Air Quonset; Flight Leader in Training Squadron Two iVT-21, NAAS Whiting Field; and Safety and Maintenance Officer in Attack Squadron Sixty Five iVA-651. Commander Mc Geachy has served and operated on several of our attack aircraft carriers, and is currently the only aviator on the NROTC Staff. The Commander reported to the NROTC Unit at USC in September of 1970 as the Executive Officer. He and Mrs. McGeachy and their 5 children reside in Columbia. MAJOR EDWARD M. RINGLEY, USMC Enlisted Budget Major Ringley was commissioned as a second lieutenant in January, 1959, after the Officer Candidate Course at Quantico, Virginia. After initial assignment for training at the Basic School, he joined the 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina and served with that organiza- tion until March 1962. Major Ringley's assignments have in- cluded Platoon Commander and Executive Officer of a Rifle Company, Combat Cargo Officer aboard the USS Chilton iAPA-381, Officerrin-Charge of recruiting for the State of West Virginia, and Operations Officer of the 1st Battalion, 9th Marines in Vietnam. He attended Amphibious Warfare School, Ouantico, Virginia from February 1967 to August 1967. Prior to arriving at the University of South Carolina, Major Ringley was the Officer for the Military Personnel Marine Corps appropriation at Headquarters Marine Corps. He received his baccalaureate degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in 1958 and a Master's Degree in Business Administration from West Virginia University in 1969. LIEUTENANT ALBERT GOLDFINCH, USN Lieutenant Goldfinch enlisted in the Navy in April 1960 and served four years in various phases of the Submarine Nuclear Power Training Program. He was seiected for the Navy Enlisted Scientific Education Program iNESEPi in 1964 and attended . Vanderbilt University, graduating in 1968 with a Mechanical Engineering Degree. Foliowing DOS and commissioning in June 1968, Mr. Goldfinch served 21 months as the Damage Control Assistant in the USS Forrest Royal tDD8721. A one year tour with the Naval Advisory Group, and Vietnam preceded his as- signment to USC as Senior Class Instructor. 4 LIEUTENANT JAMES P. WOERNER, USN Lieutenant Woerner was commissioned in 1966 upon graduation from the University of Nebraska which he attended as an NROTC Scholarship student. Having received a Fulbright Scholarship, his first year of commissioned service was spent at the University of Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia. In June 1967 LT Woerner reported to USSvGIennon iDD-840i where he served in the Operations Department until February 1969. After 13 weeks specialized training at the Naval Amphibious Intelligence School in Coronado, California LT Woerner reported in June 1969 to Command, U.S. Naval Forces, Vietnam and served as an intelligence officer for both "Operation Seafloat" and "Operation Giant Slingshot". For the latter service he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal. LT Woerner arrived at NROTC, University of South Carolina in August 1970 and has served as Junior Instructor and Advisor. LIEUTENANT DONALD W. PARKER, USN Lieutenant Parker, the Sophomore instructor7Advisor reported to the Unit in July of 1970 after completing a tour of duty as Hangar Deck Officer aboard the USS Kitty Hawk; Other previous duty assignments include: VT-10, AEW7ECM Evaluator Training, Airborne Early Warning Barrier Squadron Pacific, Barbers Point, Hawaii, the Naval Reconnais- sance and Technical Support Center, Washington, D. C., and VF-121, Miramar, California. LT Parker holds a 3.8. in Accounting from Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee, and will complete his Master of Education degree program here at the University of South Carolina in August of 1972. LT Parker and his wife, Sharon, reside with their two children in nearby Woodland Hills subdivision. LIEUTENANT FREDRIC G. ARNOW, USN Lieutenant Arnow received his commission in the Navy from Miami University where he was a regular Midshipman in the NROTC Program. He was sent through flight training at Pensacola, Florida and Brunswick, Georgia. After receiving his wings from NAS Glynco, he attended two advanced schools and spent two months in Operation Feedback prior to reporting to NAS Norfolk, Virginia. Upon completion of the RAG syllabus, he was assigned to VAW-124 which deployed as part of CVW-9 to SEASIA and CVW-8 to the Mediterranean. Both deployments were made aboard USS America iCVA-661. LT Arnow reported to Carolina in January after spending 20 months out of 24 at sea. He is the Engineering Instructor and Freshman advisor and is attending graduate school to pursue an MBA. In May, he will give up his valuable bachelor status. LT. COMMANDER JEFFERY BROWN AND LIEUTENANT KIRBY HUGHES Good luck in your new duty assignment. STAFF infx 1w w W, OMC JIM MITCHELL MSGT BOBWINDE NHL SH! 351D!!! SK1JOE CARMICHAEL YNC GENE JEFFRIES MRS. VERA DUNN Are we or are we not going to Mardi Gras? MAJOR RINGLEY receives the Navy Commendation Medal CHIEF JOSEPH GIEGER CLASSES DR. WALKERS LECTURE ON CHINA FIRST CLASS STEPHEN F. AN DERSON III San Antonio, Texas Business Administration To be Commissioned USN SAM H. BAILEY Columbia, S. C. Engineering To be Commissioned USNR DALLAS O. BLACKISTON H Kamuela, Hawaii English Semper Fidelis, To be Commissioned USMCR RICHARD A. CHIASSON Goose Creek, 8.0. Business Administration Intramural Basketball and Footbali, To be Commissioned USN HOWARD D. COOG LER Columbia, S.C. Engineering Compass and Chart, A.S.C.E. To be Commissioned USN HARRIE E. COPELAND III Stockton, N. J. Business Administration Sigma Phi Epsilon, I.F.C., To be Commissioned USNR FIRST CLASS STEPHEN T. COX Columbia, S.C. Engineering Compass and Chart, I.E.E.E., Cockpit, Salvo, To Be Commissioned USN. ROBERT E. DAVIS Columbia, S.C. Business Administration Compass and Chart, Delta Sigma Pi, To be Commissioned USN JAMES R. HESS Fort Pierce, Fla. Geology Compass and Chart, Student Geological Society, To be Commissioned USN HENRYrR. HITPAS II Gulf Breeze, Fla. Biology FIP, To be Commissioned USN 10 THOMAS C. DEAS, JR. Wynnewood, Pa. Physics S.R.F., To be Commissioned USN DOUGLAS T. GORDON Byram, Conn. Geography Rier Team, To be Commissioned USN RICHARD F. JENKINS, JR. Columbia, S.C. Engineering To be Commissioned USNR DANIEL V. LE CLAIR Myrtle Beach, S.C. English To be Commissioned USN JAMES MEETZE Columbia, S.C. Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi To be Commissioned USN ROBERT G. MORTON Hampton, Va. International Studies FIP, Cockpit, Salvo, To be Commissioned USN. EDWARD W. PINION Virginia Beach, Va. Engineering Compass and Chart, A.I.Ch.E., Intramural Basketball, To be Commissioned USN s. WILLIAM E. RAMBOW 2 Spartanburg, S.C. ! Business Administration s Alpha Phi Omega, Semper Fidelis, FIP, To be Commissioned USMC 11 :."FIRST CLASS EDMOND T. RICHARDSON, JR. Virginia Beach, Va. Chemistry Alpha Phi Omega, Semper Fidelis, FIP, To be Commissioned USMC THOMAS E. RITCHIE Remington, Va. Geology Student Geological Scoeity, To be Commissioned USN. JON V. SHAY Metuchen, NJ. Business Administration Compass and Chart, Rifle Team, FIP, To be Commissioned USN. CHARLES W. SPRADLIN Greenville, 8.0. History Drill Team, FIP, To be Commissioned USN JEFFREY M. STONE Fort Lauderdam, Fla. Math FIP, To be Commissioned USN. JAMES M. TOMPKINS Edgefield, S.C. Math Drum and Bugle Corps, FIP To be Commissioned USN 12 CHARLES S. WAGNER R N S U :0 e m .e.l S mmmm ,6 9i nhvwm .ylo .SaC m.we Ounb VI 00 WPT MICHAEL STRONG mot picturem Hanahan, S.C. Engineering Tau Beta Pi Omicron Delta Kappa, I Compass and Chart, Intramural Basketball To be Commissioned USN SECOND CLASS 1 C. L. BROWN .J. BARR S. B. CHESSER D. P. BURNETTE T. B. CARTER JR. 14 SECOND CLASS .9.: , a P. S. ELTRINGHAM W. B. FRASER a 4r 63 x. . V ; 2!. K.W. FUNDERBURK H.J. KEARSLEY W. R. GIBBES W. E. KIESLING JR. 15 SECOND CLASS E. D. KOSAKOSKI J. M. KING M. P. McKAY N.G. LaPOlNTE E. B. MITCHELL W. C. McFARLAND, III mot picturem 16 SECOND CLASS R. M. RILEY R. C. SCHOLES W. L.SIMPSON JR. J. F.STONEJR. J. E. YARBOROUGH JR. W.G.STIDOM R. B.TWOHEY 17 mm m mm m .mm m .0: II Mt E .o L KN D 03 w nw e or B Lm - ec T D.m. S w. 5m .N S W L. n v, n C w m m .m .D B m m e K. B C D D M. J. A T. R S J. P. I e T d .w mm a m m mm m A B mm C R E Rm. F. J. J o . am e e n M. w .n m m a m A m m F. R . . . J. G. L P B um H. E. Fowler Jr. N. M. Goodwin D. W. Johnson THIRD CLASS D. D. Ernste R. J. Ewing R. S. Fanning Ill 1; K. T. Gaffey C. B. Goehring D. K. Haygood R. S. Hill H- R- Jones R. L. Jones W. T. Kennedy M. B. Kikta Wot picturem 19 THIRD CLASS kw 4.... .w m M R A. A R. e w m m w; W I h In. c c a M S a R. O C. W. C. M! n ad m m mm t 9 nu m .m .mm .D S Li 0 . .D. R M t . . WnNu S J RIM J. x a m .m m 0 d. mm . . R M M . u u D D A x! d d V. r 9 Hm .m .n n eu u a . ,ON 3 s T . . . . PM L B F T.N J Wot picturem J. A. West J. V. SuIlivan Jr. Wot picturem FOURTH CLASS C. G. Anderson R. J, Backlund C - . Wot picturem . L. Bennet W. E. Bickert J. A. Boyd H- K- Braswe" L. A. Brown R- 0- Browning E. B. Butler M. A. Cagiano Wot picture$ Wot picturem D. A. Cain J. Carlson J. R. Collier C. O. Crapps D. R. Davis Wot picturem 3 a -W R. S. Dieterle E. M. Dunlap S. F. Ehlman G. E. Fechter A. C. Flora III 21 FOURTH CLASS H. Foster H. L. Fremd II R. T. Giles J. W. Goodwin D. K. Graham W. C. Head M. P. Hoglund J. N. Holman J. Huselton J. W. Huston Wilpf D. B. Ingram K. N. Jefferson A. D. Johnson Q3: F. A. Kierner A. Kinlaw Jr. T. D. Kotonias CHIEF JEFFEES! GOT A MINUTE? .. m4", FOURTH CLASS D. L. Logsdon J. P. Luther P. S. MacDonald H. S. Magaha thy wax . A C. Mansell L. V. Marchette L. C. McArthur R. E. Lewis T. G. McDermott R. M. McLean D. G. Page D. R. Pearl G. T. Meyers M. S. Miklos A. Prince Jr. M. A. Rhoades B. L. Roper T. C. Pieluszczak' R. H. Presher FOURTH CLASS D. Schranze D. J. Schell G. R. Shaffer J. L. Smith S. D. Smith ' W. A. Smith D. F. Spence Wot picturew Wot picturem J. J. Spurr K. A. St. Andre w. c. Taylor J. w. Temples A- 3- Thompson B. A. Towe ll L. T. Winfree - Wot picturem D. A. Woodcock R. A. Wulff 24 . , . . , L , , 4 , - - k4-wa41mw.5:;:;:::w. l ' UNIT ACTIVITIES 25 The Cockpit and Salvo staff, a group of six hardworking individuals, turns out the Battalion's 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. It's 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 to. Flight Indoctrination Program F I Pl The Flight Indoctrination Program provides Midshipmen with the opportunity to earn a private pilot's license. The pro- . gram provides an outstanding introduction to flying for those considering a career in Navy or Marine Corps aviation. OKAY, WHO DID IT! SEMPER FIDELIS MEMBERS ON THE COMPASS MARCH The Semper Fidelis Scoeity is an organization with membership taken from Univei'sity students who are enrolled in programs leading to a commission in the United States Marine Corps. The purpose of Semper Fidelis is to provide professional service and social activities intended to enhance the spirit of comradship among it's Marine Corps oriented membership. Semper Fidelis Society SEMPER Fl AND SPAGETTI A LECTURE IS GIVEN ON THE COMPASS MARCH Rifle and Pistol Teams The NROTC Rifle and Pistol Team participate in both shouldento- shoulder and pistol matches with other neighboring ROTC Units and Univer- sity teams. .3- f; 29 Compass and Chart Society The Compass and Chart Society is the NROTC Battalion's honorary scholastic and service organization. The members combine academic excell- ence with naval and community oriented service projects. The C8LC sponsored the fall Shipwreck Party, collected for the annual Heart Fund Drive, worked with the Carolina Children's Home, Veteran's Administra- tion Hospital and Crafts' e Farrow State Hospital. 30 Mermaid Fleet The Mermaid Fleet is an auxiliary service organization affiliated with the NROTC Unit. The Mermaids serve the Battalion by participating in the Unit's many social and service functions throughout the year. The Mermaids are selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and example in the University community. C 81 C - MERMAID PARTY 31 Midshipmen Staff JON SHAY Battalion Commander HANK HITPAS Battalion Executive Officer BOB D.AV'S RICK CHIASSON MIKE TOMPKINS Operations Officer "3" Company Commander Headquarters Co. Commander CHARLIE WAGNER Personnel Officer DANNY LECLAIR JIM HESS Training Officer Supply Officer M l h THE EXECUTIVE GROUP JEFF STONE SAM BAILEY DOUG GORDON "A" Company XO "B" Company XO Headquarters Co. X0 STA F F ASSISTANTS an.- MOTTON, R. C. ED RICHARDSON "A" Company CO JENKlNS, R. F. 33 Fall Commissioning 1971 34 W.M WW SHIP WRECK PARTIES The Drill Team represents the USC - NROTC Unit annually in the Fire Prevention Parade and the Savannah, Georgia St. Patrick's Day Parade. This year the Drill Team performed during half-time of the USC - Creighton basketball game at the Carolina Coliseum. MR. BURACK RETURNS "WE'VE GOT A LOT TO DO TODAY." WALKER LECTURES ON CHINA DR CHANGE OF COMMAND 39 HEART FUND DRIVE II THOSE HAW BOVS Cemww weza couvwcch " Winter Ball Drum and Bugle Corps and Color Guard COLOR GUARD AT FIRE PREVENTION PARADE 42 DRILL TEAM ON PARADE DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS The Drum and Bugle Corps is a part of Head- quarters Company and provides the music for the many Battalion ceremonies during the year. Ad- ditionally, they represent the USC - NROTC Unit annually in the Columbia Fire Prevention Parade and the Savannah, Georgia St. Patrick's Day Parade. Awards Ceremony rthday ine Corps B Mar CHEF HHCHELL. Lgy V w i 9 A G :1? k, f I.WV $$ka $06? Burma... ADEALZZ E29?F? A PAIZ OF PANTS Fonz A Feemzo? 45 7" mac T V0 ub ZIFLE Rev AGAIN,HuH. H THE YEARBOOK STAFF PUTS THE SALVO TO BED GOOD LUCK SENIORS ifs the real CORNELL ARMS thing BARBER SHOP "LET'S USE YOUR HEAD IN OUR BUSINESS!" 47 FLIGHY INS'IUCYIONS O 'IPEI SALES M iller Aviation, I no. Flight Training Center of' S.C. 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