University of Washington Naval ROTC - Binnacle Yearbook (Seattle, WA)
- Class of 1972
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Text from Pages 1 - 68 of the 1972 volume:
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Captain Richard B. McNees assumed command of the L'nit in
Autumn Quarter, 1966. Ile was commissioned Ensign at North-
western llniversity in September, 1911 . .-Xfter receiving his wings
in July, 1943, Captain Mcblees spent the remainder of XWV II as a
fighter pilot aboard the l',S,S, Cowpens and the 1', S, S, Indepen-
dence in the Pacific, participating in Okinawa and Iwo Jima Opera-
tions and the first air raids on Japan. Ile subsequently command-
ed Fighter Squadron lfll and rotated through various staff and ship
assignments, the most recent was on the staff of the Commander in
Chief, Pacific Fleet. Captain McNees received a ILA. from the
University of New Mexico, M..-X. and .-X, Nl, 1, A, degrees from
George Washington lniversity, and is a graduate of the 1', S, Naval
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TO ALL HANDS:
The commissioning of this year's senior
class on 10 June will be virtually my last
official act as the Professor of Naval
Science. On 1 July I will retire from the
Navy ending my career of more than thirty
years commissioned service. The best I
can wish for all of you is that your period
of naval service will be as exciting, satisfy-
ing and rewarding as mine has been.
One of the most satisfying and rewarding
periods of my career has been this tour in
Naval ROTC, I have thoroughly enjoyed the
association with the many midshipmen and
officer candidates who have been in the Unit
during my tenure. I am impressed with the
tremendous capability of the typical young
man attracted to our naval officer education
programs. I will try to forget a few of the
experiences we shared, the arson fire on 18
September 1968, the assaults on 2 October
1969, the bombing on 8 October 1970 and the
occasional disruptions of the educational
process on this campus by irresponsible,
noisy mobs. However, I will never forget
the responsible conduct on the part of all
midshipmen and officer candidates on these
vexing occasions. It has been a source of
confidence and pride for me.
All of you should be anticipating your
future in the naval service with enthusiasm.
The opportunities for young officers have
never been greater. In retirement I will
feel secure knowing that our Navy of the
future is in your hands. I will be watching
your progress with interest and I wish you
all good fortune. God S eed!
R. B. MCNEES
The Executive Officer, CDR. Richard A. Foucht, a
native Californian, entered the flying midshipman
program in 1946. An attack pilot, he flew A-1's off
the USS Princeton in Korea and later flew off the
USS Ticonderoga after jet training. Other memor-
able assignments include MAAG Japan and Joint '
Staff, CINCPAC. He holds a BS and MS in Manage-
ment from US Naval Post Graduate School,
Monterey. The XO and his wife Bobbie have four
children, Pat 18, Rick 16, Jenny 14, and Regina 11.
His hobbies include scuba diving, golf, and camping
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Major Carter P. Swenson, USMC, is from San Jose,
California. He received a BS in Industrial Relations
from the University of California at Berkeley, and
was commissioned from the NROTC in 1956. Be-
fore coming here, Major Swenson served as advisor
to the Vietnamese Marine Corps in Viet Nam. The
Majors family include his wife Polly, and children
Polly 12, and Carter 9.
Lt, Wilinont N, Shcllcnbcrger III, comes from
Alliance, Ohio, Ile attended Grove City College
in Grove City, Penn, and earned ii li.-X in History
in 1964, llc was commissioned from UCS in l966
and went to CIC school in Clynco, Cai, l.t Shell-
enbergcr has served on board the IISS Norfolk
QDL - lj as CIC Officer, then attended Destroyer
School in Newport, and served abou rd the ITSS
Arnold J, Isabell QIJIJ 6691 as Operations Officer,
and the USS I" rank Knox QIJIJ 7125 as Weapons
Officer, Lt, Shellenbergcr has a wife, Pam,
and is the Senior Instructor this yea r.
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The Sophomore Instructor, Lt. Jonathan B. King
was commissioned from OCS after receiving his
BA in Philosophy from Antioch College Ohio in
1966. He attended Naval Flight Officer Training
in Pensacola, and served on board the USS Coral
Sea. Mr. King is serving as FIP Coordinator.
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The Junior Instructor, LCDR Weston G. Moir
received his BA in Psychology and History from
St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn. in 1961. He
was conunissioned in OCS and served on the USS
Ilissem IDD -1009 as CIC Officer, Ops. Officer,
:ind Navigator, and on the USS Sheldon QDD 7901
as Ops. Officer. Mr. Moir attended Counter-
insurgency School and served on the Naval Advi-
sory Group in Viet Nam just before coming to the
unit. llis wife and he have a child, Daniel, who
is A1 1X2 years old. Mr. Moir will be leaving us
in July and reporting aboard the USS America.
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The Freshman Instructor, Lt. Michael V. Clark,
comes from San Diego, California. He attended
Oregon State University where he received a BA
in History in 1968, and was commissioned from
NROTC, He served on the USS Enterprise,
CVAN - 65 as air launching Weapons officer and
3-M coordinator. He and his wife Marci have a
daughter, Kristi, who is 2 months old,
Qabove rightj Mrs. Elizabeth Ward forms one half of
our secretarial staff. Mrs. Ward previously worked as
Sec. to the Planning Officer at Naval Electronics En-
gineering Activity - Seattle.
fabove lefty Virginia Hendrix, arrived on board 15
January 1972, succeeding Mary Pettibone. Mrs.
Hendrix has worked on campus for 21 years off and on,
previously in Purchasing and Psychology Departments,
She is the Mother of one married daughter and two
Qleftj QMC Roderick S. Barnes was born in Oregon and
served with the USMC attaining the rank of Staff Ser-
geant. Barnes has served on board a DE and a DLG as
well as assignments with CRUDESPAC and PHIBPAC.
His wife Kim and he have one son Eric 9.
fbelow lefty YN1 Floyd Lewis Roe is originally from
Vancouver, Wash. His wife, Jan, and he enjoy fishing
in their free hours. Roe has served on board an AKA
and a DD.
fbelow right! YNC Lowell A. Rosen has served as
Yeoman aboard the USS Current QARS 22y, at the Naval
Postgraduate School Monterey, and aboard the USS
Coucal QASR SJ. His wife, Dolores, and he have five
children, Donna 14, Donald 12, Darla 10, Dean 8, and
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labove lefty QMC Jay Allen Johnson, a Navy man since 1953, has served on a variety of Destroyer and
Auxiliary types. He enjoys bowling, number painting, pool and ping pong. He and his wife Sanae, have
a four year old daughter, Elaine.
labove rightp Chief Storekecper lluggard has served on board the USS Hector and the USS Munsee over a
long career in the Navy .... he originally entered the Navy in 1944.
fbelow lefty Gunnery Sergeant William Loseth has served in a variety of assignments around the world.
Originally from Alexandria, Minn. , Gunnie Loseth and his wife have one child who is seven years old.
fbelow rightj FTGC Walter G. McLaughlin has served on the USS Dyess QDD 8805, at FAWTC, Damn
Neck Va. , and on board the USS Galveston CLG - 3. llis wife, Sandra, and he have two children, Terie
8, and Sean 9 months.
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Scabbard and Blade
DAD: UW law school
To be Married to
Kathy Wright, 10 June 1972
Paul R. Becker
A CO. Acad. Off.
Commissioning: June 1972 C. CO, XO
Commissioning: June '72
John B. Bell
A CO Marks. Off.
A CO 2nd Plt. CO
HKS Marks. Off.
To be married to
Anita Hall 17 June
Commissioning: June '72
E. Scott Bishop
Batt. Phy. Fit Off.
A CO lst Plt. CO
Batt. Ath. Off.
Commissioning: June '72
Jonathan Bridge Timothy D. Caldwell Nlichaol Ii. Cooper Kenneth COI'kl1m
Batt. Ops. Off. A Co. CO
B CO 2nd Plt. CO A CO 2nd Plt. CO
Batt. Acad. Off. Commissioning: Aug. '72
Commissioning: June '72
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Indy C. Crowley Sam Curcio, Jr, Steven V. Fondren Gregory W. Gebhardt
B co Marks. off. Batt. Inspector B CO- 2nd PU- C0
B co Phy. Fit. off. Batt. Trng- Off- A CO- C0
B co 2nd Pit. co c co. 2nd Plt. co Batt. Xo
Commissioning: June '72 Commissioning: June '72 Commissioning: June '72
Nuptials: Kathy J. Jenkins Nuptials: Catherine Notkin
Daniel S. Gemeroy David G. Grau Karl Hadley Marshall A. Hanson
D8zB CO HKS Acad. Off. Batt. CO
A Co. XO Batt. Acad. Off. Batt. XO
Batt. Inspector Batt. Liaison Off. DSLB CO
Batt. Plans Off. Will be married to Commissioning: June '72
Commissioning June '72 Jackie Goodhue 2 June '72 Nuptials: Kyle D, Calkins
Nuptials: Mary Beth Gemeroy Commissioning: June '72
Eric Y. Johnson David D. Jolly Krisinopher M, Kennedy John M. McCutcheI1
DQB XO Color Guard CO HKLS Marks. Plt. CO
B co. xo c co. co Batt. Phy. Fir. off.
B CO. lst Plt. CO Batt. Adjutant Commissioning: June '72
HKS Phy. Fit. Off. Binnacle Staff Editor
Commissioning: June '72 Commissioning: June '72
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Keith L . Kerslake
John R, Thomas
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Batt. Marks. Off.
A CO 2nd Plt. CO
Commissioning: June '72
Patrick F. Gallagher
Drill Team CO
C Co. 2nd Plt. CO
H8zS Co. XO
C Co. CO
Commissioning: June 72
Nuptials: Elly Wagener
Gary B. Marzullo
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B Co. CO
Commissioning: June '72
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Commissioning: June '72
Nuptials: Eileen C. Potter
Kenneth Gale Hawkes
B Co CO
B Co lst Plt CO
Commissioning June '72
Nuptials Torhild Fammestad
John E. Steele
Batt Trng. Off.
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followed by the receiving of
their certificates and dinner.
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The skit was put on by Ken Corkurn, Scott Noble, and Kris Kennedy,
following fbelow righty the entertainment by Gail Hawkes and Bob
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Harold Hack - Secretary
John Steele - President
Leslie Mann HI - Treasurer
CSLC members seem to take their business very seriously.
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Those icccn ing Stars Spring Quarter were:
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Advisor - Lt. Shollonborgor l-Iditor - liris Kennedy
The Ilinnaolo Staff would like to oxpross approoiiition to lt, Sliollt-:im-igt-1-, our .Xfh'iso1', for his pationoo and assistance,
and to Jim Grinishaw, whose photography kept us in liusimiss.
Assistant Editor - Scott Noble
Photographers - Jim G11mShav.
Photo Editor - Doug Frolli
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The University of Washington NROTC unit fared well this year.
Scott Cunningham Qabovej was lst in individual drill. Harold
Hack was 3rd in individual drill. Pete Farely with high pistol, led
the Pistol Team to a first. . Steve Rautenberg attained first Drill
Indy Crowley, H828 Company Commander qwintery watches the
Preparation for Powell takes many long and tedious hours
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An important part of making the Battalion
function is Frosh Orientation. The hard Work
and the early Saturday mornings are worth it
when the final product emerges. Gary
Marzullo and Pete Farley fabove lefty are
two of the many men that made this operation
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The Navy th1s year celebrated 1tS 195th
birthday. To commemorate this occasion,
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again in the wardroom this year. We
were honored to have Col. Bruce Meyers
USMC Ret. as our guest. Col. Meyers
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Thirty-six midshipmen and NESEP's were commissioned on the
tenth of June. This culmination of four years of military and
civilian education, cruises, and many headaches was a memorable
event for participants and onlookers.
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