University of Washington Naval ROTC - Binnacle Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

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X , f CQLG EL RICE I A To All Hands: It is a most satisfying experience to witness the metamorphosis of midshipmen into commissioned officers. To have an opportunity to participate and influence these events of this process of transition is more than satisfying. . . . it is often even exhilarating. As my assignment as Professor of Naval Science ends and I return to the Operating Forces, I feel content that the preparation of our prospective officers through the NROTC is better than ever. I am confident that the talented men and women in our program will be worthy recipients of the legacy of proud and vital service to our Nation built up by the Naval Establishment. Many of us will meet again as we fulfill our roles on the Navyfllarine Corps Team. Until then, Iwish you farewell and good fortune as you prepare for your careers of service to the United States of America. f W I . fO.fv, fjfoc W. H. RICE Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps Q sw... Q f Y ,Wn,M.r .-ditvfqugyyq AZT' 'nn ful' Q rv 'P' f if ir. Jlvifail 'M ul' ,I-,g-,1,.,..+zd""'3 fu t , i I I 1 I if 1 ii ' E 'yy I it Y i 5 1 iii ' is 3 if ll-Q 1 1 ,f 3 ?J6 J VY 1 4.35 --5.-,,. .wx X I .psf Aff' Colonel William H. Rice, USMC, Commanding Officer, Naval ROTC Unit and Professor of Naval Science, University of Washington, assumed command of the Unit in August of 1972. Colonel Rice was commissioned in June of 1951 through the NROTC Program, after baccalaureate studies at Duke University. Ile completed studies at the Naval WM College in 1971 and was awarded the Master of Science Degree in International Relations by The George Washington University in that year. Colonel Rice served as an artillery officer in Korea in 1952 and 1953, and later served in various infantry and artillery billets. Returning to combat service in 1966 in South Vietnam, he was first assigned as Coordinator of Fire Support for the 53rd Marine Division. Later reassigned as commander of an artillery battalion, the 1st Battalion, Twelfth Marines, he completed this tour of duty in locations along the Hdemilitarized zone" and was awarded the Legion of Merit for services rendered. The eolonel's previous assignment was in Okinawa, where he served as Plans Officer for the Commanding General, Ill Marine Amphibious Force. 5 1 , - . y 2 , 1 r 1 E a ,A 5 N N D , 2 - X Q Q 1 s X l W u . a U av The Executive Officer, Cdr. Donald O. Knorr, USN is a native of Indiana. He entered the Navy as an Aviation Cadet in 1953 from the University of Western Kentucky. Designated a Naval Aviator in June 1954 he served in carrier squadrons VS-20, VS-21, VT-27, VS-38, VS-41 and commanded VAW-116 aboard the USS Coral Sea. Prior to reporting to the University of Washington he was the US Defense Attache attached to the American Embassy Munrovia. He holds a B. S. and M. S. in Management from the US Postgraduate School, Monterey. The Executive Officer and his wife Jean have two sons Jim and Eric. His hobbies include hunting, skiing and float plane flying. 6 ax gf 1--H i K THE XG ' s 1 ,Q , I v uf , 1, ,I ' is 5 4 fa by. . .,- ,inf .Q ,.,.-,.. "Wa . '. if , m 1, N i LQ i 1 !i,l ' I 1 --4 1-. f A x 'J Y A ,.g -1.5 9 A 1 ' . l J "s. 5 4 'X ..,.., ,,,,- 1 V I '. iv? x G W4 A . ll: ? 4. " Q ,lu P! i "' p I . THE MAJCR gl' . xi Kimi- 2, sf 1 4 iv' I E -gl" Wg. 0 , I . W he ' 'i 9"" Q2 w:A E J-g ,. , 1 Wg Q32 ff , A ' X 'xhA ..-jfmaxl I 'X 4 Vi Cr 5 A- . ,wx ii, A if I xg-LA v if The Marine Officer Instructor is Major Jon Ii. Rider, USMC, from Seattle, Washington. He received his B. A. in Sociology from the University of Washington and was commissioned from the NROTC Unit in 1963. Major Rider has served at the Marine Barracks, Fort Meade, Marylandg has completed two tours as a rifle company commander in Vietnamg and has served with the Marine Detachment aboard the USS Ticonderoga. The Major and his wife have four childreng Katie 8, Amy 6, Megan 4 and Kirk 2. Lcdr McGuire entered the U. S. Naval Academy in 1960. He graduated with a B. S. in 1964 and entered the Nuclear Power program and entered Submarine Service. Tours of duty have included the USS THORNBACK SS418, the complete construc- tion cycle ofthe Fast Attack USS ASPRO SSN648 where he was Reactor Control Officer and Weapons Officer, and the Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarine USS UIXSSICS S. GRANT SSBN636. l.cdr McGuire made six detcrent patrols as Navig,fationfOperations Officer. He qualified as a Nuclear I-lngineer Officer in 1971. In addition to his present duties as Senior Class Instructor, he is a graduate student in Physical Oceanography. -i N X .xx ,, .. J yn. ,.....4 . ,..,,,m . .. ,WJ n-- - I fl." M. ' nxt . .. I, V., ., , w ' Z X x..f-J K -1- fb--4 if X-if ,N X IT. William R. Medford joined the NBOTC staff during the summer of 1973 as Senior Instructor until December of 1974. After graduation and commissioning from the U. S. Naval Academy in 1969, he attended the Naval Guided Missile School in Dam Neck, Virginia. He was then assigned to the USS Parsons QDDG-333 as Gunnery Assistant! Missile Officer. After attending the Counter insurgency School at Coronado, he served as an advisor to the South Vietnamese Navy. He and his wife Barbara have a son, Scott, 4 months. Lt. Fritsch is a native of San Antonio, Texas. He entered the Navy ROTC program at UCLA in 1963 and was graduated with a B. A. in Inter- He has served in PACFLT destroyers all his commissioned service. He qualified as Fleet OOD in 1969 and was designated a Surface Warfare Officer in 1971 . Tours of duty have included service as Assistant Navigator and CIO Officer in USS Janies E. KYES QDD-7875, Operations Office and Chief Staff Officer on COM DESDIV 192 staff, duty under instruction at US Naval Destroyer School and Guided Missile School and two years as Weapons Officer on USS BERKELEY QDDG-155. He assumed his present duties as Navigation Instructor in June 1974. In addition to his regular instructor duties he is pursuing a Master's Degree in Foreign Affairs at the University of Washington Graduate School of Public Affairs. we 'fl The Freshman Instructor, It. Egan served for four years as an enlisted man on active duty. When discharged in 1963 he joined the reserves and received his commission through the Reserve Officer Candidate program after graduating from Oregon College of Education in 1967. His first assignment was to the USS HAMN ER QDD-7183 as DASH Officer, EMO and CIC Officer. Later he was assigned to US Naval Destroyer School, Newport, Rhode Island for training. Graduating in October 1970 he was assigned as Weapons Officer on USS BAUSELI. IDD-8455 and later switched to Operations Officer. 5 E. Udo o U 'Ri- 'SU cn I-I sw FY' ,... o C5 av D Q. o o B E. U7 UJ his o C! cn Q. j-lu D C-I G 5 cn I-1 no G3 T1 uni A Aman 327' ' Lt. Beltz, Sophomore Class Instructor, graduated in 1968 from Auburn University, being commissioned through the NROTC program at that University and was assigned to the Naval Flight Training Command as a student. After completing helicopter training he was assigned to flying duty. Ile has qualified in a variety of aircraft and has had tours in several squadrons including a combat tour in Vietnam flying an H-1 gunship as a member of Helicopter Attack Squadron Three. 'Q 11 gut" Mrs. Elizabeth Ward heads up our civilian secretarial staff and does wonders with keeping track of all the midshipman administration. Before coming to the unit, she worked at the Naval Electronics Engr. Activity, in Seattle. Her two assistants, qnot picturedy are Betty Taylor and Dorothy Looney. ' if ' , - ,ig r 1 x A., .. .rki I Ek t 4 Q ,QP -.. r t a Z , 5, ' 1 I , 'I F a ,,2-, ' f f 2 , - ia e i din-ke1w.1af , aawmgg K' --Gwinn. ig i ' KL V: . ig' ' ' -1 '- - 1 i i t W u t , Q: ., .,.. x 5, , w e .. . it m ,qs mai, X 75' ' 'Q 7 4- 1'-N ' L - . Chief Burtner entered the Navy in December, 1953, at Tacoma, Washington. He has been on board submarines most of his career. His last duty was aboard the Polaris submarine USS lewis and Clark qSSBN644J. 12 FTGC Gerald F. Hosterman enlisted in 1959, and has served on board destroyers in both the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. The Chief and his wife, Joyce, have two childreng Jeraldine and Gerald. 9? H-XV X N .-.., l X S V: 8 Q 5, 1 fi - T A Z g X Xxi 4' , L .f fm QMC Roderick S. Barnes was born in Oregon and has previously served with the United States Marine Corps attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. After transferring over to the Navy, the Chief has served on board DE's and DI.G's, with CRUD ESPAC, and with PHIBPAC via FMF and l.V'I'A's. ' AB, xi AMOI, Gunnery Sergeant Harvey, is from Pascoag, Rhode Island. He enlisted in June 1956 to serve in a variety of assignments around the world, including Drill Instructor at Parris Island, and two tours in Vietnam. He and his wife, Judy, have three sons, Clifford, Douglas, and John. ,Nw- N if s- P A A I, - I XX ' R 1 nw A B Lg., Q, A M Pi- 'YY- V.,- , ,i ,. :Q V X K-,f 5' ff ,!,,,,!,A. W ff? f W f , 'f ,Y ,i gr .lr iv' .I 'Wig V 7 ' 4 U s. Q . ,. 4 Bauer, Geoffrey L. Campbell, Craig M. Card, William A. Courtney, John D. Easterly, Arnoldo R. Fair, Christopher K. vi '95- YG? k X 5 . Ng ., Lg, New - ' -X -rf,-',, - rf I 1 3... -Q... W-N... ,N N .. ,W , - .F .... p N 5 .. ... , 'H "' W" ' :fx-f ., N x - L- M.. -.. W1 ,,.. .. - .. W., 3, ,,, :1v41n-pm-.-......... ..XX 6 ao n-v 1.-N... .. -can 4--ii--AJ---.-..........X. 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' . 1 ' - .s - , -1. ,Q n "ix, ' i ' W , ,,'-in , ' -zvf' " Q W " I ' D xl ll' vf x M i' 1 w ' x Z.: A 'M ,B L.. um,-+ vm-.awmsmlsssip 'Y' BINNACLE STAFF as-Y J .1 1 if ix 1 s ug Editors Photos Advisor Blanche Berg Sharon Hansen Loren Turner Chris Fair Barry Gehl Lt. Egan Special thanks for their help to Gayle Kreitman, Debbie Jones, Veronica Fininen, and David Roberts -11 is fi we I 1, I ! 4 XV' si 'Q P X . " i M . N 1 :IK x B ' 1 LN F 'f Come inside . . . 1 1 I wg, w 2 ,-,j '1'yw .6 ,. y Z! 3 We think you'll like Q , ru Nga! ZYIQWZ What You and. X-XVLCQMAN V ' " 1 wg We're the Universi Book Zap . L - p uf 1 L Store. And books ati our lp 5 ' Q i f , bag. Matter of fact, we're 1 1,1 .1.l 1 l L the only book store that A I 1 i 1 9 I .. , -' ' stocks every book re- ' I .fa . f j I quiffd fof my U- Of W- ' 1 l'l"!!!!'f!!!f51..sfsg5sf ' L i X 9 1 course. New books, used - --n ,!i!7!f"f 'iii" III' 1 51 E Q17 '2 'E ' 1 - books, in hardback and ,gb I gi , Il xggjt l paperback. 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Czsqtiuz Dcafjfzafil L qfvatcfzfrzalsszs UNIVERSITY DISTRICT 4501 UNIVERSITY WAY NE CORNER OF 45TH AND UNIVERSITY WAY 632-4050 ALTHOUGH NO oNE CAN PREDICT THE FUTURE, MOST PROVIDE FOR IT THROUGH LIFE INSURANCE, I" " I 'v 3 . I CLEO L. HILL es-,, M. J, "MIKE" BOTTINELLI 4I2I SEATTLE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG SEATTLE WASHINGTON 98I54 MA 3 0609 NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY -: NAVY MUTUAL AID offers 5 plans of permanent life insurance. Per- manent, as opposed to term, af- fords you the opportunity for a paid-up membership-and after the first year builds cash value that may be borrowed upon at the low rate of 5'!J per annum. 314,500 LIFE INSURANCE PRO- TECTION is available under five different plans, paid up at ages 50, 55, 60, 65 or payable for life. No war clause or restriction as to duty station. Insurance protec- tion continues after retirement or separation from the service. Numerous other benefits for both you, your family or other benefi- ciaries. lt's all detailed in our bro- chure-send for it today. Our membership exceeds 58,000 members - and our assets are in excess of S169 million. ALL ACTIVE DUTY OFFICERS OF THE NAVY, MARINE CORPS., COAST GUARD AND NOAA ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR MEMBERSHIP. WRITE OR PHONE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND BROCHURE. Permanent Plans of LIFE IN URANCE with a Cash and Loan Value ---- MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP DUES Based on Age of Joining NMAA Age Paid Paid Paid Paid Payable Nearest 'UP 'up 'UP 'UP fOr Birthday Age 50 Age 55 Age 60 Age 65 Life. l l 17 9.75 9.09 8 60 8.28 7 82 18 10.10 9.38 8 88 8.52 8 01 19 10.47 9 69 9 14 8.77 8 22 20 10.86 10.01 9 43 9.02 8.43 21 11.28 10 35 9 72 9.28 8 65 22 11.73 10.72 10.02 9.55 8 88 23 12.21 11 10 10.35 9.84 911 24 12.72 1151 10.69 10.14 9 36 25 13.28 11 95 1106 10.46 9 62 26 13.89 12.41 11 44 10.79 9 89 27 14.55 12.92 1185 11.15 1017 28 15.27 13.46 12 29 11.53 10 47 29 16.07 14 05 12 76 11.92 10 79 30 16.94 14 68 13 26 12.36 11 12 31 17.92 15 38 13 81 12.81 1147 32 19.00 16.13 14 39 13.29 11 84 33 20.21 16.96 15 03 13.82 12 23 34 21.58 17 87 15 71 14.38 12 65 35 23.13 18 87 16.45 14.98 13 08 36 24.90 19.98 17 25 15.61 13.55 37 26.95 2121 1813 16.31 14.04 38 29.33 22 58 19 08 17.05 14.55 39 32.14 24 13 2012 17.84 15.10 40 35.51 25 87 2127 18.71 15.67 41 27 86 22 53 19.64 16.28 42 30 15 23.93 20.66 16 93 43 32.81 25 48 21.76 17.61 44 35.94 27 22 22.95 18.33 45 39.68 29 19 24.27 19.09 46 31.41 25.71 19.89 47 33.97 27.30 20.74 48 36.93 29.06 21.64 49 40.39 31.03 22.59 50 44 52 33.24 23.59 S1 35.72 24.66 52 38.57 25 78 53 41.85 26 98 54 45.68 28 24 55 50.21 29 58 56 31.00 57 32.51 58 34 11 S9 35 80 60 37.60 61 39.51 62 41.54 NAVY AL AID ASSOCIATION Navy Dept., Washington, D. C. 20370 ' Phone: 12021 GX 4-1638 USAA b lieves Ad anc ROTC Cadets hould have fficers piopcity ucn it you don t h ut thoust ol fuimtuic um oims nt ill tovcicd Ioi loss dim. TL ' 'l ' 2"2 vfull 1 e Q Cameras. clothes. sports equipment and 'f - 5-1-.Q . - . 2 18, An officers privileges are pretty nice. But so are the extras that go with them. Extras like getting a break on USAA auto insurance. USAA insures officers. And ROTC Cadets. USAA knows officers are good insurance risks so they don't have to pay as much for insurance. The sanie goes for Advanced ROTC Cadets. Buy a policy to become a USAA member and you may save up to S60 on your auto insurance over the mremiums manv other com ames char e. Another rivile re you Yet is the dividend vour Johcv Jays. P. . 5 t . .f .. f f lhis year that would be an additional 1251 savings on vour auto insurance. 'fhat's a Jrivile YC you should . Q A , take advantage of. USAA gives you privileged treatment on rates. but vou get privileged treatment too when you make a and a host of other things that mould happen to the things you value. Once you make it as a LSAA meinher vou'II always he eligible for the benefits it offers. 'Ihrough USAA you can purchase life insurance. take I advantage of charter rates on trips and tours, and much more. Mail in the postage-paid coupon to get information on USAA Auto or Household Goods Insurance. lt'lI he our privilege to show you the facts. '-,gx claim. USAA has claims adustors who are sensible u 1 xl e and sensitive to your problems. We work for our members at USAA. 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