University of Virginia Naval ROTC - Long Glass Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA)

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,f ,1 f 'L , f ,ff 1, XX I if f' , . 'T "2 X .. x X 1 'ff' x k !, 1 l-- If' L. . ' A , w l C C Naval ROTC University Of Virginia Ma uljy Hall Charlottesville, Wrginia Commanding Officer Captain Charles W. Roe vi Q ., YQ' Q' QQ , LUNG Title Page . . Contents . . . Unit Staff ....... Battalion Staff . . . Graduates .... Commissioning . . Second Class . . . Third Class . . . Fourth Class .... Battalion Portrait . . . Orientation Week . . . Mess Night ...r.... Army- Navy Football PFT .....,.,..,.... Drill and Inspection . . . Field Days .,..... Spring Picnic .....,. Military Weekend . . . Trident Society .. . Semper Fidelis .. Honor Guard ....... Rifle-Pistol Team ..... Sponsors and Patrons Advertisements ....... LONG GLASS Staff CONTENTS J. .xr "i fl ,4..,, . nit Staff Capt. Charles W. Roe Executive fficer Lieutenant Colonel James P, Pennell arrived here in January. 1982. LtCol Pennell attended Marist College for one year before he enlisted in the Marine Corps. After a year in the Corps, he was designated an aviation cadet, and was commissioned in Septem- ber, 1964. He was first assigned to VMFA 393 at Cherry Point, where he flew F-As. He participated in the air support of the Dominican Republic incident, and then was deployed to Westlltac in late 1965. Returning in 1966, he was stationed in Beauford. S.C. until 1969, when he returned to Westpac. From 1970 to 1972 LtCol Pennell attended Oklahoma State University, where he earned a BS in mathematics. After a year and a half in an F-4 training squadron at Cherry Point, he returned to school again. this time to Monterey. where he earned an MS in computer sci- ence: He then went to WestPac again. Upon his return. l.tCol Pennell went to Marine Corps Headquarters where he was the project officer for Tactical Command and Control Systems. Before being assigned to UVA. he served in the Third Marine Air Wing as Ops officer for Marine Air Group 11. LtCol Pennell and his wife. the former Ellen Wilson, have four children: Elizabeth, James, Laura, and Ann. Commanding fficer Captain Charles W. Roe came to our unit in August, 1981, to spend his final three years with the Navy as our Commanding Officer. He began his naval career in 1952 as a Naval Aviation Cadet He was first assigned to Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squad- ron Two QVO-2i in Morocco, and then to the Naval Air Develop- ment Center in Johnsville, Pa. ln 1960 he graduated from the University of Michigan with a BA in political science. He has been assigned to VS-1 in Japan: to Heavy Attack Squadron Two WAH- 2i as Ops Officer and XO, to VAH-123 as Ops Officer, and VAH- TO as CO. Captain Roe served aboard the USS Coral Sea and the USS Midway as Navigator and XO. He has served as Electronic Warfare Officer for ClNPACFLT in Honolulug Head of the Western Hemisphere Branch, Polifico-Military Policy Division, CNO, Com- mander, US Naval Activities, Spain, CO, US Naval Station, Rota, Spain, and Assistant for JCS matters to the CNO. He has earned a BS in Military Science, an MA in international Relations, an MA in Law and Diplomacy, and a PhD with specialization in US-Latin American Affairs. He and his wife, Joan, have four children: Nan- cy, Tracy, Charles, and Dawn. Capt. Roe and his wife plan to retire in California. Lt. Col. James P. Pennell . . . . -..,s...:., .A-,:,...... ..4.if'Q -. ' :.::::a4....4: vmazaai: iivwlf " Y Y AY, 2--CY. Y "' " ' ' ' " " Q.-...1,-....a:....I' ,azz .:..:-QT.-.......-. s. . fr Y. V. Unit Staff MOI Maj. Shi Major James S. Shi, who arrived here in September, 1982 as our Marine Officer Instructor, will be leaving the Marine Corps this May to enter private law practice in North Carolina Major Shi entered the Marines through the PLC program while at Georgia State University Since he graduated in 1971 he's been assigned to the USS Provi- dence which made tours to Vietnam and the Carnbbeari, to Camp Lejeune and Ouantico as a defense counsel, and then to Carnp Lejeune as Chief Review Officer He has attended Law School at the University ol Georgia and Naval Justice School in Newport, Rhode lsland and has received the LLM degree at UVA Law School Major Shi and his wife, Betsy, have two children, Christy and Wesley 3rd Year Lt. Baines Lt. William Baines took over the job of third year instructor laSt fall. Lt. Baines participated in the Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate Pro- gram while attending Widener College in Chester, Pa. After graduat- ing he went to OSC. where he met his wife. Anita. Lt. Baines has attended Nuclear Power School in Orlando, Fla., worked with the S3G prototype nuclear reactor in New York, gone to sub school in New London, Conn., and for the past 312 years has been assigned to the USS Parche lSSN 6831 as the electrical officer and damage control assistant. He now lives with his wife and two children, Sarah and William, and is working towards his masters in nuclear engineering. 4th Year Ll Cor Franke Lieutenant CCDFl'lFTlEiflOGf Onedia Franke became our Fourth Year ln- structor in October. 1982 She graduated from the University of Central AVKHDSBS 11.1171 a BS in psychology. She attended OCS in 1974 Her first Culy was as a Communications Watch Officer in Norfolk ln 1977 Ll Cor Franke was assigned to the Defense Comm- Eng Center Reston va where she worked as an analyst. She graduated trern Nar.ai Post Graduate School in 1979 with an MS in cornputer s,s-rriariagernent and then was assigned to the Deputy UNO for f.1lll3LI'lI'Ar." Personnel, and Training, in Arlington, Va. There she rvori-ez: TVN? Total Force lnfor-Sys Management Div. . She trio-r,'ef,2 here tri 1959 and .-.as soon married to her husband, Steve who isa M1lj41ri'tfFlr? Arrn, Reserve Lt Cdr. Franke will be leaving our unit in .lui-, 1954 Het next duty assignment will be in Hawaii. 2nd Year Lt, HaISeII Lt. A. C. Halsall came to us last fall as the new second year instructor. He is originally from New Orleans. ln 1974 he graduated from Louisi- ana State University with a major in mathematics. While at LSU, he participated in the Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate program. After graduation he went to OCS and was commissioned in 1975. Lt. Halsall served as the Chemical and Radiological Controls Assistant aboard the nuclear cruiser the USS Mississippi and as Operations Officer while deployed in the Mid-East aboard the USS Stump. Lt. Halsall was recently married to the former Bridget Marie DiBerto at Virginia Beach. He enjoys sailing and scuba diving in his spare time. Q nit Staff 1st Year l Lt. Moody Lieutenant Martin Moody arrived here in the fall ot 1981. He majored in Chemistry at the University of Maryland, and entered the Navy through NUPOCS in 1975. After attending prototype training and SWOS, he was assigned to the USS Truxton. where he served as CIC assistant for two years, and qualified as SWO. His next assignment was aboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, where he worked in the Reactor Department, and qualified as Propulsion Watch Otficer and Engineering Watch Officer. Lt. Moody and his wife Marsha, and their two children, live in Willoughby. l Asst. MOI GYSGT Warren Gunny Sergeant Edward R. Warren is originally from Windham. Maine. He enlisted into the Marine Corps in 1967. Since then he has been assigned to the First Reconnaissance Battalion in Vietnam: the Riot Control Division in Ouantico, Virginia: drill instructor and primary marksman instructor at Parris Island, Okinawa and Camp Lejeune. The gunny became our Assistant Marine Officer Instructor last Au- gust, just in time to welcome the incoming fourth class midshipmen at O-Week! 1st Year Lt.j.g. Lyle Lt. Deborah A. Lyle replaced Lt. Moody as our first year instructor this spring. She received a BA in psychology at Berkeley and her masters in education at Davis in California. She entered the Navy through OCS. Before arriving in Charlottesville, she worked with the Personnel Support Activity Detachment and Staff. A lover of all sports, she was the world lightweight womens wristwrestling champion in 1976. Among her other interests is real estate. Asst 3rd Year JS omc Pipkins Chief Carl Pipkins joined our unit staff last fall as the assistant third year instructor. He is originally from Brockport, lllinois. Since he enlisted in 1950 he has served on almost all types of fleet ships in U.D,T. and in the Korean and Vietnam Wars. Chief Pipkins and his wife. Addie, have five children, and live near Crozet with their youn- gest daughter, Kathy. He enjoys sharing his vast knowledge of navi- gation. nit Staff C Admin. YNSC Dodson YNCS Barry Dodson joined our unit in the spring of 1983. YNCS Dodson entered the Navy in January 1966. He has served in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, at NAS Whiting Field, Florida, in Guam and with NAVSPECWAR Unit 2 jSEALj in Machrinhanish, Scotland. He and his wife Linda, and their two children, Chrissy and Brett, live in Earlysville. Stores l SK1 Feggins SKI Myron Feggins replaced Chief Rankin in the storeroom this spring semester. He was brought up in Newville, Alabama. In 1974 he enlisted into the Navy and has since been stationed in Norfolk, Va., Virginia Beach, Va., and aboard the USS Talbot, which completed a Mediterranean Cruise SK1 Feggins enjoys tennis, basketball and the relaxed atmosphere of Charlottesville. Secretary Mrs. Parkinson Mrs. Janet Parkinson has been a secretary for the Unit since June. 1969. Prior to that time she had worked in the personnel office at the Army's Judge Advocate General School. She has always enjoyed her job here, and is extremely glad she made the change. When not working, Mrs. Parkinson enjoys swimming, reading and aerobics. Secretary Mrs. Shipe Mrs. Kay D. Shipe started working as a secretary for the Unit when her husband, Chief Shipe, reported here in 1978. Prior to her job here, Mrs. Shipe worked in the civilian personnel office at NAS Oceana, Va.. She and her husband and their two children, Elizabeth and DeWayne, live in Charlottesville. .- ....,. .-.-X.,-, ,,......,.,...,..,..-.,......1,..1:.-.-.-,,.,..: , -, Y 1 -..agi- -v.,.-Y.: 1.1, Jn., .f -r -1 1 r X ,gg il D' k W1-AQ! L I ' .ff-'ffm' 4kt"A'+F" in up , if 4 xx. aw hd' N.. up KU.--Q 'W ji 14.3 Q 'I ,, +- ww K 4. , . :Sf ,XA -uf f 1 iq' K I -31.15 ,',, 6 NAM? F 'fr0ax',,. a it cf' ' -fp.:-f.' I-Nu! N" If . ' P.,--e',,'R' J "R 457 fi X xxx X X X XX X X X x N X N X X X N X X wk ., .!,...... A., - 'VY --nn lr.. 7,11-- 5 Y- , , ,-, .Q Y f.- . J-, , ,,,..1.f.--.:L..---.--..-. -- - ,...A ....- '. 1. f " '14aa y -' -xaf' - Y Battalion Staffs as J ! ig , K 4 Q . . L ,- v1 g 'I Top Flow - Carl Ingeoretsen lCOl, Larry Jackson lXOl, Mary Bean, Kerth Bare Second Row - Dan Vlck, Harnot Halley. Renee Whlte. Jun Ternpleman Thlrd Row - John Kersh, Chuck Drake, Jlm Allen Front Row - John Cross. Pete Reddy lXOl. Mary Bean QCOJ, April Anderson, Howard Simmons Second Flow - Susan Wlngo. Chuck Drake. Chris Radford, Carl lngebretsen, Don Humphries. Regina Gentry, Scott Allen Back Flow - Dave lngebretsen, Brenn Bagwell, Brlan Moran, Karl Belczyk, Steve McLaughlin F II om pany Staffs Hon or Guard - - '57 s .gg r 5 A 'K ' 1, 4 r Aj W N r It ' L 'V Otis Butler QDSBJ, Bill Dabney tD.T.l, Chris Radford CCOJ, Keith Symmers QXOJ Second Company C Q JS' x M A. I--.W Jim Prescott, John Rowden, Maria Grabowsky lCOl. Rob Burson QXOJ First Company X Wxx i Pete Reddy, April Anderson, Scott Allen CCOJ, Mike Gorham lXOl Third Company rrr M' r K , Mike McGinn, Howard Simmons, Karl Belczyk CCOJ. Steve Dapogny QXOJ Spring Company Staffs Honor Guard First Company Bill Dabney fD.T.l, Chet Hirsch lD8tBJ, Otis Butler lX0l, Keith Sym- mers lCOl Second Company A k H 1 .1 ui I 4' -- Charlie Williams, Chris Burke, John Howden QCOJ. Tom Hoioos lXOl .....-... ,,.. Y.. ..--av-... -sl S S if i Mike Ramos. John Kersh, Renee White tCOl, Jim Prescott CXOJ O Th1rd Company ,fag iv Dan Vick, Jeff Huddleston. Harriot Haffey KCOJ, Jim Templeman lXOl ,, ,., I ... , -:' , 7, 7 ,.A, V ,,,-.,,, ..,...,V,, .i ,fr :fgqwa-1-rv.w,g'.v:' fr- 1,1 1' L W. .. al' 1 'u 'N 8 December radua tes' l Ma 'J I 1 if 'O -' l . Qc-. -., - - YA, C KEITH BARE Waynesboro. VA Naval Fllghl Olllcer School ROBERT BURSON Marshall, VA Surface Warfare School STEPHEN DAPOGNY Falrlax, VA Narlonal War College TOM OKEEFE Sprlnglleld, VA Nuclear Power School SCOTT ALLEN l-llnsdale. IL Baslc School APRIL ANDERSON Renton. WA Washington, DC MARY BEAN Alexandria. VA Puerto Rico .,.. --.,. -,,,,-V -VE J Y ....3.:....,., v.,-1--,ff . OTIS BUTLER Chesapeake, VA Naval Flight Officer REGINA GENTRY Virginia Beach, VA Pensacola, FL HARRIOT HAFFEY Arlington, VA Wahiawa, HA JEFF HUDDLESTON Fairfax, VA School Naval Flight Officer School CARL INGEBRETSEN Fredericksburg, VA Basic School JOHN KERSH Norfolk, VA Surface Warfare Officer MIKE MCGOWN Virginia Beach, VA Jllvl PRESCOTT Warrengton, VA Nuclear Power School CHRIS RADFORO Richmond, VA Nuclear Power School PETE REDDY Norfolk. VA Basic School JOHN ROWDEN Washington, OC School Naval Flight Officer School KEITH SYMMERS Charlottesville, VA Nuclear Power School ls I ' an 2 I' - A -nj' Q - vi, M, .,., ,,,-- - f v W - , f-.fr -U -'R--1-1:-,,L:i..L.Q' J- fhas"cea1nqi:.f,Q4gb+ g,-H " ' - -Ll-:M 1 A '-"f-' - A - -- r al, V. .. ,... ,,.:,,. -L ugust Fir t Class MIKE MCGINN Annapolis, MD Basic School HOWARD SIMMONS Chesapeake, VA Nuclear Power School RENEE WHITE Charlottesville. VA Panama Karl Mike Maria Belczyk Gorham Grabowsky Torn I-Ioioos Larry Joe Jackson Shea ommissioning - A 'fa my' -M W Y ' , ,I Q Qlquln t1-9111.1 Second Class l have r. Jim Brenn John Dean Allen Bagwell Bellav B'-H08 "" . ,r irfr I f I r 'iff' V112 "' ,V K ' A I ' rr, A,, A 'e ff' is N' Pete Chris Clarke Burke -. 91 n Q- Xl 'Wx r - ' 1 X 00,2 , "'- -fr , QQ xilf G.Q.'? A John BH' Cross DHDUGY F -'::,r::i asf, gf.-' iff. , "' 9' in-7 Mgr Chet Chuck Brandy Doug Drake Fewster Goode Hirsch Second Class .l .955 6 Bob Don Dave Mark Hoens Humphries Ingebretsen Law Brian Steve Moran McLaughlin Y 0 3 .- QV' -. at .- YV v V i l 94 QI f- -o Mike Kevin Dave Mike Nyilis O' Donnell Pickett Ramos A? Q6 69' Will Phil Charlie Susan Stallard Wallace Willi2mS Win90 hird Class Roger Tom Frank Joseph Aschbrenner Bauhan Broniec CarleY Y E J Mike John Von Victor Catror Chenard Conley Engel :nf rf K viii' I Dave David J. D. Mike Finnegan Greer Henson Jackonig A ..o .X X C.J. Steve John John Kolm Kreiser Lockafd Morton hird Class Edward Mark Barry Joel Novack Patrick Payne Peterson Torn Phil John Lanie Roesch Rogers Roncevnch Sapera Lorin Mike Kevin Chuck Selbv Shea Slayne Stalzer Chris Stark f-em flfn P., , f'7lQvmrii b' f uf e A' 0 urth Class into J .S fl Pete Darlene Ronald Chris Jon Mike Steve Anewalt Bennett Best Bracken Bridges Burke Caimano -ac, J .., ' qgr JVQEQ 'IU' f s,i S., if Eli lx Lib- 'i it if Marc Greg fp Kevin John Christensen Cooper A Corcoran Davison qsr J .?5l'1, f' 'Q ' lj f liz!! W' 7 X ii 1 '7' '18 5 we W , Q 14 'H-.,. i:'147' 2 WAS! S' M 4.142222 5, N 4 'wiv in. 'Q , ,4f.f..,,, M7 , ,fgwii 3, 'X ff H M, ,,: 4 f 'f -VV' aww ,rw 'MW' 1' .ff-friwff V 5-77' if fra fini Eric John John David Drum Gaertner Glennon Harrington Beth Tracy Warren Bill Jghn Mike Vince Harris Harris Harvey Hines Jenkins Kaculis Kafolewigs . , , , ,Y ,.. . , -,,.a,: f . .,.4.,..,-..,....,...Y L,4..,g,....:,,.-,d,'f-.,--a-1.--4.-:.-a:r:-g1-1:- -Y-..,a..,--....,.g..1..::.....i.... -...Q--,',, c- .,.ee--'--1 .- . .V ., ,..-... . Fo urth Class Carl Kevin Neil Bryan Anne Joe Tony Kime Marlowe McClenney McGrath Moreland NelniS Nieves .Q4' gn n 4 1-1' U ml' David Steve Roberta Mark Matt Kevin Ann Norton Packer Peabody Piper Radulski Relrhan Rhie eng' ,... Scott Roland Tyson Kurt John Guy David Sadler Santos Schaedel Schick Shea Shipley Stallings QQ ' r' 93' been ' ll Maureen Mike Wintred Todd Curtis Chris Fiob Sullivan Taylor Toney Weymouth White Woodburn Wright .......,-mi. ........-. -Lg.:-'f .,-. .'.::,.' 1 ---Y ,- -- The Battalion R ix? Q li . 4 X x Xa s.""' 55,1 I 5' 5 sv ks , S i,,9, i, i,s,,sx, J- 9 Q 3. Q ,?.,Ql,gg .g f W Piggy ,Q '?X ?N35ye,? f5f,',.jx,yfx,? ' E "'H " N 4'-Wifi? f53+F 'U 3 5-Q ' '7' J5-5749 ,D : HE ,7 ,..........--4 lv 31? 0- We ek Orientation Week is a rigorous introduction for the arriving fourth class midshipmen to the Navy ROTC. Starting at dawn for PT, the days move rapidly through drills, lectures, and administrative red tape. Each day ends with "Com- pany Commanders time," when each company gets to- gether and prepares uniforms for the next day. This week is trying not only for the fourth class, lout also for the upper- classmen who run the whole show. The week includes a swim test, a physical fitness test, two picnics and a trip to Washington D.C.. The week culminates with the formal inspection by the Commanding Officer. Although it is cus- tomary to complain during O-Week, many fond memories always ensue, 'l, Y i 'W' as 1 5 X X 'Y V ,Q- Q . - F. f t - 1 i Q X A ,in ' Y ff '75 W W .., Y" 24 9 "" ' 9 A .if 'A-'fit L 7 QW' ,V 1? 2,5 ,.'i' 5 Q A hr Y, , h ' 4 ,V , V A If , , , , A M, . 4 - . 1, A V: W , f ,, , , 35,41 " ' , Y7 ff K' "Viv ,, A A ,, it , , Qhgiz K Minn., I V, W ffaw' - 5 5 .V F. , 'H , 'Q ' fu i Q ii a , f ,. fa f , - ww 1 , A -4. I , - , in " ' u ,W at u ,Qs af I Q Q , Ng K , x ' 5, W W 4 qw, , ,ga was Il. W " ,f 45" , ru, ,R 1 1 4 , ,Q twin.. , M 5.1111 " n w 'Q s V, .Za 1 1 f 'ff 9 , E. I Mk' ' ' , 4' Y xi" x 9 X' 1 QW! f 4 My , L 5 22" 1 -Q' f Q44 3, Q an J, ff 41?- lf!!! Ww- wh" K 6, I " rg' if , ,een . 'fp . . . 51' fx .. Q. pw' x 4' . 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As a fine Chuck Drake acted as a sailboat while Jim Allen acted as the windg Harriot Haffey just missed being fined for her "arduous orderg" and the Drum and Bugle never sounded better as they "air played" "Anchors Away." A good time was had by all. 28 W V V ' ,K V, ,Yu , , ,Y...-v. .v-,.......7,-,.f,.... ,,-,Z -M,v-.....-.........,-f-.,..f.--W-..........,... , - .- Y W Y - ,, 'ff 11-.,,1..,Y...--1-JN -vw -.W "W" ' ' ' " ' ' , ,,,,,,.,,,... , ..,,.,,,, ,, , ,-.. -, LW, ,ff-W ,-V-Y-T,Y1-:fx ,?s -, , - - ,A-ff. ,- - UL.. L, .-- - A , -- , f 4,-,--fv---.-f. ,.,..,......... -V-.-- m., - - A R U ,M-1,-,U N nyxvlvvnrg- V , , VA V gf rill d nspec i , . , 4 J' ' ,. 2 X n 1 K 1 i 1 K Q 3 . 'V fl' ml Qs ,s 'N-. 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Afrl' Q n ' 1 -r- -Y 2.1-f U Q gi-h X' FEM! . ...-,,...,-..-,gvl---v--S J 6 -vl- fv- . , , - -H i..--.,Y.,.-,.,,,....,...,, ...- ,..-,,...-. Spring icnic A Good Time Was Had By All ' . , .X ,'p 1 .... J , .ix , ,f -,,-V, Ns e m , f,,f . 5, .41-gf,-,, 5-fir-f' " gig, 'L I 'X '1-51.1 its PM -Mt" P r' ' "4. r . , .N . ,gm--f ' 'I - ' at . . , W .. ,, . K W E - .. vu I Q l -X P-CTC is TOLHWCGC off at the end of ste' ax an Military Weekend. The 'ts on Saturday morning at Scott " 5 :vw and inspection Competi- ' the Jvnwy, Naxy and Alf Force lx team commanded by Mid- C 5 V Dabney. non the contest .ea' After the competition all een 'orfn on ihe held for Pass in Q lea' he were honored to have es ex TGIF the Air Force Presi- Q' Geac and the Quantico Ma- SIX? The highlight of Military the hill 23:5 Ball. The men, dash- :ess miieriiis, and the ladies, ee' gowns, enraged dancing to a e .1 filing end IO a nieniorable rin YJ u 1,5 1 I K l I ,-,:..,,......u-.,.,...A..... -..... M..- .,....i.. . .- ..... .. ,. rident Society 1 Jvc! " ,." ff . imc, li-M, Front Row- M. Ramos, J. Kersh, P. Clarke, O. Butler, C. Radford, S. Allen Second Row- R. Peabody, M. Bean, C Kolm J Cross P Rogers, R. Aschbrenner, M. Christensen, K. Relihan, S. McLaughlin, J. Allen, K. Belczyk, W. Stallard Third Row- M Sullivan K Symmers, D. Goode, M. Nyilis, D. Finnegan, R. White, M. Burke, C. Williams, P. Reddy Back Row- B. Bagwell, B Dabney S Kreiser M Jackonis, P. Wallace The Trident Society is the honorary and service organi- zation of the battalion. It conducts a tutoring program for midshipmen with academic difficulties, and supports many battalion activities and awards. The Spring Picnic is a Trident Society sponsered event. The organization is most well known for its cocktail parties held at the end of each semester. The facing page has some scenes. 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They travelled to VMI and Penn State for competitions, and participated in both the Secretary ot the Navy Postal Match and the Iowa State University Postal Match. Members of the Rifle Team are JD. Henson, Ron Best, Chris Woodburn, Don Humphries, and Otis Butler. Members ot the Pistol Team are Bill Dabney, Roger Aschbrenner, Mike Gorham, Ann Rhie, Tom I-loioos, Anne Moreland, Mike McGinn, and Kurt Schick. ,dv-.1 42 4, ...-......... up in ......t..... Q- V :U Qsxx A Q, '36 .J . i ai"-w - FW , Y ww' f.,.,4f" gi ,,,, ,,,,n f- 6 4 x in x XX 3 . - Y A V - - - - 3 ,- , -,5, . -- - , . :,, MA -' Y ' -' - -YY,,,.,.,,,,- 7-7! Mr. and Mrs. William Roy Anderson - April Anderson Mr. Hobert B. Bauhan - Tom Bauhan Mr. and Mrs. Col. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bean - Mary Bean Richard O. Bennett - Darlene Bennett Frank D. Broniec - Frank Broniec Jerry M. Catron - Mike Catron Michael S. Conley - Von Conley Robert John Corcoran - Kevin Corcoran Wilson L. Fewster - Brandy Fewster Paul C. Gaertner - John Gaertner John P. Glennon - John Glennon John James Haffey, Jr. - Harriot Haffey Rodney R. Hoioos - Tom Hoioos Donald E. Humphries - Don Humphries Steve F. Kime - Carl Kime Mr. and Mrs. Jon S. McLaughlin, D.D.S. - Steve McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Norton - David Norton Mr. and Mrs. William P. O'Donnell, Jr. - Kevin O'Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Parker - Steve Parker Col. and Mrs. Clifford J. Peabody - Roberta Peabody Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Peterson - Joel Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Piper - Mark Piper Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Radulski - Matt Radulski Col. and Mrs. M. A. Roesch, lll - Tom Roesch Vadm. and Mrs. Joseph A. Schaedel - Tyson Schaedel Mr. and Mrs. Willard L. Stallard, Jr. - Will Stallard Mr.and Mrs. Paul E. Stallings, Jr. - John Stallings Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert J. Sullivan - Maureen Sullivan Capt. and Mrs. William C. Wheaton - Patrick Wheaton Mr. and Mrs. John A. Williams - Charles Williams Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Kolm - Cornelia J. Kolm Mrs. Susan McGinn - Mike McGinn Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGown, Jr. - Mike McGown a fron Mr. and Mrs. Milan A. Aschbrenner Mr. and Mrs. Albin Belczyk Mr. and Mrs. Otis E. Butler, Jr. Capt. and Mrs. Claude C. Cross Capt. and Mrs. W. B. Drake, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greer Shirley Rae Harrington Radm. and Mrs. John S. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Kaculis Capt. and Mrs. John M. Kersh Mr. and Mrs. Drum Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Wingo - Susan Wingo Cdr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wright - Rob Wright Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alton D. Law Ralph H. Lockard Donald E. Marlowe James A. McGrath Rafael A. Ramos David Kent Rogers Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Schick Thomas P. Selby Jerome Shea James C. 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