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

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A pi A A 44 AA 'V 4 fi- Q' -' 1- .K , Ai A? . A EA AAA fi Aj, AA A V nA V A . . I A Q ff - ' 'K z A A . . A , A 2I1'ZVC1'V::5gf V125 I ' 5 t - A. ,,.A . , V--1:'1Ay:.-gg"f.'J-1 . A - V V- -A A- ' X5 . , . n I 1 A 1 l 1 UWNROTCXNEOEP 1 977 94 Vw f 9 6- STAFF The Skrpper cv Captain Ronald A. Campbell, USN, was born in Tacoma, Washington, 24 May 1928. After graduation from Lincoln Park High School in Tacoma, he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps and subsequently was selected to attend the Naval Academy Preparation School in Bainbridge, Maryland. Entering the United States Naval Academy with a Secretary of the Navy appointment, he graduated in June 1952 and was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree. Service education included Officer's Nuclear Power School and the College of Naval Warfare, Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island. In August 1967, he received a Master of Science degree in International Affairs from George Washington Univer- sity. As a Junior Officer, he served in USS STICKELL CDD 8885, USS MCKEAN CDDR 7847, and USS COOK CAPD 1309 during several deployments to the Western Pacific before taking Command of USS SNOHOMISH COUNTY CLST 11263. I-le alS0 served as Executive Officer, USS BENNER CDD 8079 which deployed to the Western Pacific and which provided gunfire support to South Vietnamese forces. In 1967 he became the first Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Support Facility, Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietman, and was awarded the Bronze Star for this period of service. Command of USS GYATT CDD 7125 followed and of USS VOGELGESANG CDD 8625. Captain Campbell served as Director of Candidate Guidance at the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, prior to coming I0 the University. He assumed command of the Naval ROTC Unit and was appointed Professor of Naval Science, Universill' of Washington in September 1975. He and his wife Vera have three children, Bruce, Allison, and ViCt0Ii3- "'r3Ql?'v I"-1'gT""f"":a2 " .'-f'-f,.w- -., , Z f f G' 'r-gf.:-gaAfffrlff-rg-1-11:z3.:g1:f'1.,ag.t-..z+ -. . ,...., -1 .. Congratulations to the Class of 197 7 Student days at the University of Washington are behind you. The long difficult path leading to your baccalaureate degree and your commission tested your resolve and determination and provided the educational base upon which to build your career. It was a time of successes and disappointmentsg a time of excitement and of seemingly never ending routineg but most of all it was a period of personal develop- ment. Your perceptions of the world around you were broadened and your apprecia- tion of interpersonal relationships increased. I am proud of your accomplishments and you have my best wishes as you commence your career of service to our country. May you have fair winds and following seas in the years ahead. THE SKIPPER s 1 i E t.. 5 MLA-3'f.'. .14 5 wi-rx'-.L1..1,.i21?Qg1Q:-LCA' , CDR Knerr Q V' ff 4 x I 0' . I , ' 5 ' i Q 1 ' ' g w' .- The Executive Officer, CDR Donald O. Knerr, 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, CDR Knerr was the US Defense Attache attached to the US Embassy, Munro- via. He holds a B.S. and M.S. in Management from the US Post- graduate School, Monterey. He and his wife Jean have two sons John and Eric. The XO's hobbies include hunting, skiing, and float plane flying. 1977 was CDR Knerr's last year at the University of Washington. His next assignment is Assistant Chief of staff for Administration and Personnel, Staff, Commander Naval Forces, Japan. His easy maner and genuine interest in the welfare of the midshipmen and Officer Candidates will be missed by all. yn.: . ,.w-wr-ugnwr Q-1,-., In IW' 1 LCDR F ritsch nf ?1""Lfg,f LCDR Curtiss P. Fritsch, USN, 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 International Relations and commissioned in lune 1967. He qualified as Fleet OOD in 1969 and was desig- nated a Surface warfare Officer in 1971. Tours of duty have included service as Assistant Navigator and CIC Officer in USS JAMES E KYES CDD 7875. Operations Officer and Chief Staff Offi- cer 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 KDDG 153. He assumed his duties as Navigation Instructor in June of 1974. ln addition to his regular duties, LCDR Fritsch pursued a Master's Degree in Foreign Affairs at the University of Washington Graduate School of Public Affairs. On lune 11, LCDR Fritsch married Michelle A. Potts, thus losing his standing as the Perennial Bachelor. He has been ordered to the USS ASHTABULA CAO-513 to assume the duties of First Lieutenant. 'N x NI.. axis-v. '- 4. -'1 . --,wt2-.Q...1.-,.,...ge...-.a-AiU..a.f..L....a-:s. LCDR Grant R. Telfer graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy and was commissioned an Ensign in June 1963. His first assignment was First Lieutenant and Navigator onboard the USS JOHN R. CRAIG CDD 8855. In January 1966 LCDR Telfer reported to the USS PRINCETON CLPH 53 for two years of duty as Communications Traffic Control Offi- cer. His next assignment was Operations Officer of the USS WEISS LAPD 1359, and he subsequently served in that command as Executive Officer until mid-1969. Following this tour, LCDR Telfer entered Basic Underwater DemolitionlSEAL training and graduated in April 1970. Reporting to SEAL Team ONE, he deployed to the Republic of Vietnam as a Platoon Commander. In July 1971, he was assigned as Operations and Plans Officer, Naval Special Warfare Group ONE. He received orders to Commander Naval lnshore Warfare!Amphibious Group Eastern Pacific in July 1973 ad Assistant Chief of Staff for Logis- ucs. LCDR Telfer served as Commanding Officer of SEAL Team ONE from 29 March 1974 to 3 April 1976. He assumed his duties as Senior Instructor at the University of Washington NROTC Unit in September of 1976. M,-f' wwgxb 7 I 0 ,ry , v ,f , w Major James E. McClenahan, Marine Officer Instructor, entered the United States Marine Corps through the OCS Program and was commis- sioned a second lieutenant in May 1965. He attended the Basic School at Quantico and Field Artillery Officers Basic School at Fort Sill before serving with the 3rd and 5rd Marine Divisions in Vietnam. Major McClenahan then served with the 5th Marine Division at Camp Pen- dleton, California, attended the Field Artillery Officer Advanced Course at Fort Sill, served with the 3rd Marine Division on Okinawa, at the Marine Barracks, Kodiak, Alaska, and at the 6th Marine Corps District Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Major McClenahan gradu- ated from the University of Pittsburgh. .01,i'f'7f'-gL"7f21i"",gp4f'f 3---"'-'1-f", -sfif:-'13..-':5':f:ft:'-.-. ,-'gat-gffgg.-g.--.cE.,:'.'1i.-,:-',--A .,.--Lv, .. . .,, ., 5 f 9ff'ye'3'g7Piffff-f'Q'ff7af-i f" f- 'ATN-'. "7 f,4ff" 'fx I f ' Z'2ff?fiff':i5LTi"f'-sf..,7'?ij''i'I-ii?PjT:fl5'1'-:XLQ-lgfiffff-11L'SQ-.11355."'Tf7I-'MYER-6I'9ffj'3'S.'wgg,+'J-uU, Q , LT James McDougal graduated in 1970 from Michigan State University. He was commissioned through the Naval Aviation Officer Candidate program and was assigned to the Naval Flight Training Command as a student. After being awarded his Flight Officer Wings, he was assigned to Attack Carrier Air Wing NINETEEN staff onboard the USS ORISKANY CCVA 349. Prior to reporting to the University of Washington, he was assigned as a Bombardier!Navigator with Attack Squadron ONE FOUR FIVE KVA 1453 onboard the USS RANGER QCV 615. As the Sophomore Class Instructor, LT McDougla1 teaches the NROTC sophomores the fundamentals of Seapower and Naval Weapon Systems. He is also the NEOEP sophomore advisor. ,,., 4 r"vpW"7W"m 5fh.i.-My f LT Qjgj Thomas R. Tritz, teller of many a salty sea story, hails J. lx tp In from a hot dusty southwestern town some miles west of Phoenix, Arizona. He was taken with blue water the first time he saw it he vowed to carry on a family traditon Cthat began in June of 19691 and become a Naval Officer via the Naval Academy. He accomplished his immediate goal in June of 1973 and soon thereafter reported aboard the USS HENRY B. WILSON CDDG 79. He received his Surface Warfare qualification in February 1976 after returning from a Western Pacific cruise during which the "Hammerin' Hank" participated in the evacuation of Viet- nam and Cambodia and the rescue of the SS MAYAGUEZ. LT ijgq Tritz reported to the UW in August of '76. He and his wife Susan have one young son Gerry. til' 'YQ .--XX x'1i'x"--3-3Ljf5,g3f"'- -1. 'viii'-Q11.1Q.I':.5:a.,..r.i1..-1'Q-LU. L.- 1. ' ?'1'."'2i " ll 5 1' f W, HV... R 1 I ra -ff :,, . V Fftmfjfjj QMC Larry Jones Assistant Junior Instructor 4 w YNCS Richard Audette Administrative Officer r X XX b if V 4 cc, c ' fl YN2 Darwin Becker ' NESEP Yeoman 10 ' f -- Y- -.- V- . 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'Q sh 1 A 4 ka! .W ROTC ., ,,.....,"' Aw-can-f-. --La 1 5.7.1.-w'ff'?'3ffgf4LQ:1-5.3:-,-v.,4,:71r:' :gr.':e,61qgj.'a5ff:::gFqqQ9q,,fh,x, A I, l ww L H "' 'fiiilhl 'H-lik , '. - 'x+1:q.ival:l4d-hang Flight Training 'f'fF"i"W'9':"i"?W1f'11'il?'Y'Pf"i"'f"5?Y:Xf9l'!'?' as -2-1:,.f,. A..:-t.f-W...-...i-..:lf:..1I :ew--.I,Ivf,lIfa,...I.ff-b. I I I I I l I Seniors : 4 . Q "1 1' ,' . fy, ' .rf 51 , Craig K. Austad Flight Training Communications Officer Logistics Officer B. Co. lst Pl. Cdr. A-2 MPO , . .1 0 .fd I i' 'X F A .,. Vincent J. Bennent Flight Training B Co. Cdr. Personnel CPO A-2 MPO -A 1' T ff -iw. . W.. ,Aff WL Kimball C. Ayers Flight Training Batt . 1st LT . A. Co. lst Pl. Cdr. PFT CPO K Bruce W. Clingan Flight Training B Co. Cdr. Batt . X . O . Training CPO If Denise M. Banghart Marine Corps Basic School Ops. Officer Logistics CPO H and S. Co. GPO B Co. 2nd Pl. Cdr. xi. . f Q. . undiallwlsi- .495 Stephan A . Clinko H and S. Co. X.O Drill Team Cdr. Drill Team X.O. PFT Officer -j.1...:..::.fg',' V- Q'-.1151 ' .cv A' -ef rr .:4Ag-45 ?:.5.Ni'.i.fg:-:Sig iS.::gAi.-3.4.55 S::,j-i..jf.EE-5 :ig3?.:1,4.4i .:,?2. .gjrfivzlv -C1533 il.-if.Tk:'.g-X .A i - .N ,I . .. U - Y au: 11:.:dL.f.:.J.ig - -..... f 4 " ,1.,:. '+-ff ' " 'fi " H "1 ---f af- - V... . -.. 1 f -. - -W -5- -.1-. A ' - , " " " 'f f"-'.1.L4x.rs....Lxz:'r "' 'gt- - -"'e:gaw1,:,.,f James D. Dunn Flight Training A Co. X.O. A. Co. 1stPl. Cdr Q. 9 Alfred I. Dupont Flight Training H and S. Co. Cdr Color Guard Cdr. B Co. X.O. Color Guard X.O. 'Qaiaziaf' slid?" 7' -4 gd . pn 'iii Q Duncan Fobcs Surface Line ROTC Regimental Adj. A 1 .fs g is H if 3 M. J t A 4 i lgor M. Gladstonc Medical School, U W Battalion Cdr. CSpring 773 Battalion Cdr. fFall '76J A Co. Cdr. H and S. Co. CPO D and B Cdr. B-1 CPO DandBX.O. f.-f-fw-wf.fw :zarff:f'-fefr2r1:v-11qgf4:p:x3:a:ffnrv5-fv7JiQ f ., R wmmm L , , .,,v.,,f.47,,7g,.,,:5::f,,..,k 53,4-.1,fff,,f,,.L-f7o11-w-,nn .- , Gary W. Gunther Surface Line ROTC Regimental Ops Officer Battalion Adj. Drill Team Cdr. Drill Team X.O. w 1 Caron I. Hackbart Surface Line B Co. X.O. Personnel Officer A-2 MPO if W Carl B. Hansen Marine Corps Basic School A Co. Cdr. PFT Officer B-2 MPO A-2 MPO J, W . 3 W Raymond N. Hansen Robert Hawkins Thomas Jacobs NUCl68I Power fsllbmarillel Marine Corps Basic School Personnel Officer B. Co. lst Pl. Cdr. HandSCo. X.O. A. Co. CPO Battalion Cdr. fwinter 773 H and S Co. Cdr. D and B Cdr. D and B X.O. nf K QN -Q 2 -C! 'Qi Lx . 1 , ,M ,Mx WW Q Q it P . . Jennifer L. Jones Civil Engineer Battalion X.O. Batt. Operations and Training Officer Operations CPO C, . .. 5 A C James H. Madden Reed E- McGuire Nuclear Power 4SurfaceJ Flight Training Color Guard Cdr. B. Co. 'Znd Pl. Cdr. Public Affairs Officer B CO- X - O- ACo.X.O. A-IMPO Color Guard X . O . nf - Communications CPO - f W' , . f V 1 f---, X. .w 4, 1-, 9 l, .R-W f ,, I i 1' v ' .,, Patrick M. Mclvfillin Academics Officer Plans Officer A Co. lst Pl. Cdr. Public Affairs CPO A-1 MPO .rg X XSS: 7- if Y? f, '--ilf,,,. . .fy 'U Roger S. Mustain Civil Engineer Plans Officer Communications Officer Color Guard Cdr. Color Guard X.O. i AEA ,Q . ? r I . Glen T. white Surface Line Battalion Adj. B Co. Cdr. A Co. 2nd Pl. Cdr. ix.,- ' Paul E. Ozura Surface Line B Co. 2nd Pl. Cdr. Personnel CPO B-2 MPO i t iiee X rf, L 2 Michael Warchal Academics Officer A-2 MPO N. K J K. Paul A. Wiggins Flight Training Battalion X.O. Logistics Officer D and B Cdr. D and B X . O . Gary W. Williams Flight Training ROTC Regimental Cdr H and S Co. Cdr. Training Officer Drill Team Cdr. Juniors A ,Z 'af 5 , 52-1- A M1chaL1J. BILTIIIJU W' 4 Margaret L. Brown William Broz C-'EJ' 7 WWW James K. Dargan .4lf Tracy L. Dean Gordon L. Dona '1 19 s3,,.v. . Michael C. Hedman 5' Sherrie L. Larimore NM-L, " 1 X Brent G . Larson VPN Randall I. Laws Dixie J. Mays Macushla McCormick ffl f ,-f.5-g,f.--,,,, ,,,...1,., , , agQ'?l2f'Zf' " T. ff,1'5':T ,'f?1tg'f-516,922-,lf ,,,.x,. , X., W-, I, f 1 f - -.Q-ry-..--,1,.,k A YY. ' K --'-vvfmfflf ,Vg Q hx, A s fl fl lf' '-'N . .5 S -f 'A ' as ' Ii li 1 K 7 'gi Kay Ann Meyers Richard A. Omdal Patrick J. Porter Randy L. Quinn Stephen S. Ross Richard B. Shattuck, Ir 'X V I f 3T'2+L4f.ia.L.Lf F' Vf'-'91 1' egg 1 -.. . ke' Margaret L. Snyder ', Q F Daniel P. Spencer ., J .L Lawrence E. Thompson 5 sk ' I 3 -L, Q r r f r ri Q. 'IA '4u.,,..f X ,i. . Q X M F . I fr X I f x .erm ji. '1 1 R Andrew G. Watts ' ' Mark E. Whitson ' 22 WZ2I'tcfiff,'f ' "F Q' 'WW i set' Edward L. Arcand Kirk D. Baldwin -' ' Michael T. Damen l ws-15546 61. , Ah, 1 .11 ' vii gp-1 Leslie H. Dunlap Mauhew A. Finlorr Roberl J. Fiske Elbert A. Haeffner Ronald G. Havlick Roger A. Hayes ff nh. Mark A. Hegcberg ' ,J"""" f"'fl I l, Soph om ores L siRfQ'3N1g.. w. ' ' -., gg,-,MQ-..,, -. I ' f fi: 5 A A Q John L. Heibel ,1. BrianJ. Henderson ,,,,.,,... Michael H . Ishino ""l!!' jf . I T V il , . ,fx ,E . 1 l 5 7 ,7 -5 ifafrft' , 'y FQ? Bennett H. Johnson f I - W Scott G. Kuhn - Ji k John E. Lorshaw 7 ,l YT'- 'S Keith M. Metully H JonJ. Roberts 24 1:5 m2r':f'?ff."" .AP-'f"'vfff '- ,- 7-ff '-1 - , ,,- A ,. - 1- 4, "X L. -,,f'ff.. '-1-fh.-'.f"!'2.u "'.L"s,..-,A Q, '-'. : . " -V - f- 4 - ,. ---l---- -, .---f-. -K ,sf -1.,- .-ww-1 - .-,-. ...W , 475Q,f'zf ix Q,-f'cf1ff"1...-16.22111-Zgfyvy., ' '- ,. fy ,-jj-5, ,Agni 1:-:fg.1,,, sqv.-N..-151+'.f,:,yfgg -5:-pj'.1--q'3-N-ff-IW, w W , ' ' ' '- ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' V J' ' 3 'L " .1"71f .-4 3. '- " 5, 'f11x'v-2-gg,-w...-VL.-..--.M ---Mg, L. , .X .. . Mil i la n i , A 'MQW' f ,f V -, me '1 f,, f my M ,PPD HF' Terry L. Rooker Roy M. Smith Stanley A. Stratton Mark D. Tachibana Tim M. Tobin Joel B. Wannebo Paul S. Wilhelm a Q- he ii Q I 1 K Q ,1 x B X B Andrea M. Aldridge Steve B. Bader Michael L. Baker KeiLh Bankston David A. Beauchamp Stephen B. Bell "5 rf' B . .. f at B 9 I gf? 555. 3 5. ,M r K f f xx '1 7' Richard B. Bentley Dav1d W. Berg Robert D. Chandler Freshmen , ff R is Tw 1 . . , O 33 'P V '-2 , ', , I f MW I , Kyla, , wif 'ff ww. , ff, , i Q at an lf, 5 1 ""'UC4A-'mv S Roger F. Christensen Richard B. Coate' W Ronald M. Cleveland Stephen C. Cobb Michael H. Cochrane Perry R. Cole ' X Q rfb 4 't X F X x X N R, Us 13" '-gy OUP! 5 :JUN A ffbr 'wig 1' Herbert L. Collier Thomas J. Cottrell Steven D. Furbush ffm: new ,--0 E.. 'll . lf L 'itll x. llt-y. . PENN' X -,Hn fF'54ff"BP-f D G' ff 'm V Y ,,., . v John J. Gerbert , 1 Michael D. Green 6 Michael R. Harris if-. at ' fe Charles M. Heisserman 5 7 i was-. Kris P. Henke 1' lr A Martin D. Hiner -cpl M 9' -v -.Q ..,. - 'vyv Q x -X. . - . N ill Steven F. Holman X Clayton I. Johnson David L. Johnson , J L' -. 'g'R..-f--'-"- Ap-j-' .L-', ia-N .Y-Mf-.f,1,., .-,, e , , , W 1' 55' iff-715114-1+Ttl'T1i'--5' MILL'-f'F'f:G --:av-ia , , 'wa 'l 511TfT"f:'ff1Xt1-2:21-' mg Connie L. Meyers Sari M. Peterson Gregory I. Seland r'4',f ,J-" Drill Team put in an out- standing performance this year, winning the Powell Trophy Meet and taking the trophy away from five-time champion OSU. Drill Team also won at Lilac and thrilled crowds with preci- sion drill at Awards Day and Governor's Day. 1 , 4 l 1 'z I 5 1 r I x r 5 1 fg ,Q 'iw ,J Ugillfif. 1,1 197 ff, U 'IZ Drill Team L- X , ft i 21 , l- 1 if ii?"'faf-"Jzif'f"Nf1'zS2:vwfwa+'v' .t V . i ., S, Ev ""'9VW' A,-4 i , ln rw... WY X I I f K 1 ' s lf! .-3 .fc ,,. . .. ' 5 2 S x ' I I 4 '-1.5-an . x , H -V .H ! E 5 N pn! - N I ' 4 4 , X V, W1 A 7,5 Z 9 1 ,g 9 4 li S 4 ug' ' Z I by ...., 1,.f 'Y 'Am taxi? I, Q. - A v T' ' h 1 I 'Y R. V4 , .5 ?3. .'., 1063, ' 7 . , .- 2+-x lr f , F in , v 415, ' , 9A,aa.. h,' P ,x In v 'qs Z9 f nam? ff l'7 Ski Rifle Team I. I. Mathews, Clay Johnson, Roy Miller, Mike Cochrane Pistol Team P. T. Lones, Mike Mul- cahy, Marc Hansen, I. McGowen " f:zi83.5? iff-:Q Q- Q- PFT F' if 1 s 5 4 ,Wfw ' AM, 4 .Wy , 175, ' X ff' WY, 'A gzfiff ff, ,, ,mf 172' 'N ,I 7, L ., If ,ff M ww vw ' Z W2 n vw, W ,img V ' f 7 Z H .WM Www 4 ' ff, 1 f' .V 'PWM , bf M, , ir UM., ,, l,z,'f jjzrif 'HWY ? "5 fl, a , wif, Corvettes 1 f W I The Corvettes continued a long tradition of service to the Unit this year: throwing parties, oper- ating the canteen, decorating for Unit functions, and lending moral support when needed . p gif' ' as Liz Sheehy Corvette Captain V Shari Ells an Fv s i x . A f-Na ' K ' t '- in Her as o,., ,L iv Michele Klinke Pam Woodruff . '- -7 , 'R Njj ww Sari Peterson Colleen O'Conners Debbie Phelan 445125 fm "9 ibn., Andrea Aldridge A 4 , :f17w.,,wff' S Margaret O'Neil Lt. Cdr. Telfer Corvette Advisor Parties Midshipmen and officers alike got a chance to relax at parties thrown by the Corvettes. The Hal- loween party, held in the Clark Hall Wardroom, featured costumes and pumpkin-carving. A visit from Santa highlighted the Christmas party held at the Sand Point O-club. A wise Santa brought rather appropriate gifts . Good times, good friends, and excellent eggnog. 1 0 . . Us Z . , , Q K , I li I. x . 1 'J X ya ' I , v Y i' ., , .,' xl A. 0 . .4-' 1, J .J 1 .il fm, A S? s 1 ' 411 A J B , ,-1 ..x.,, xl f ur . 1 Q .,. 0 ,K an an 'o -.5 .!, MW -4, , KN: . 4 nw af . , , .iz g , ., ,WV 42+ I 7? fx, , 5' . Z2 lf L Ms 5 ,,,, mf Q M, ,,,f X fmffw C w it ww XX x Nxf' SXQX Q. ix-wg A X QM Y gvx. x 4 YXNQVNQ- X wx: .N .5 W giikkg 5 k N , X -.SX 5 4.k..O x N 1 :Nl :vw a ix X-Aww RX XM'A. -5 SNXWXK T fs .. fx. M 4- . ' ' if ,,,,a2?f' .V 'Qwf' WXA. 'X3Q'QxQS1E.Q-var. V. x. :L Alf:-fi. f, 4' f f NROTC . . . fifty years a part of this campus. ,, I ff I ,sf Q 9 E x I 40 1,'4f,,s" yJf'Q'Qj.l,w5,5I-:Ziff 0.54,-V -1,47 - ,A ,-., , . ., , ..-,W is ' H14P-Z':"f"f'4f,?.'ff.f'n'yf?55!f4rQ36i'292jvf-ifgli-Zf:Z:f1,fj-f'jj'57-E-f'jf'j"f-".1' '- ' S, ,'.,jf,g"fj,j',i2' '-51'-Pif-.NQ-Q-S-5-'..1-.--.---ifW.:-1- 5,-,'g.5f,fp . N-0-,f--gf 'H 1 . - V 1, - -N, -, ,- ---,M 4-.-. .--, :,.,,--t,,..,- V... , t.--71:4-,,1.Q'A: . ,-,,V V V X r ' ' " " "' W- --ys-.- ,-V, '--w . nv:aAc.iLIn- W' 1 'I Compass and Chart , f 1 xf..-.J is Fr C' ' , H .. za-fra ,X . IT? Compass and Chart is the Unit's social organization and its responsibilities include funding and organiz- ing the Fall Informal and the Spring Formal. Above Cfront rowjz I or Gladstone, secretary: Craig Austad 8 presidentg Ray Hansen, treasurerg Cush McCormick, vice presidentg Cback rowbz Mike Brennan, Glen White, John Lotshaw, Dixie Mays, Terry Rooker, Richard Coate, Tim Trudinowski. s..s..,-f-'-1-r-:gn Freshman ri en ta ti on and Swim Test Freshman Orientation . . . where incoming freshmen are introduced to NROTC. This year the introduction was thorough indeed. After signing the myriad of papers that is required to do anything in the Navy and losing their civilian hair, the freshmen were taken to Sand Point Naval Support Activity for the week of 20- 24 Sept. There, under the instruction of upperclass- men and officers, they received NROTC Basic Training. In classroom ses- sions, they learned regula- tions, found out how to sur- vive at the U. , and mas- tered the fine art of Wear- ing the Uniform. In drill sessions, the freshmen learned how to salute, how to march, and how to func- tion in a platoon. Orienta- tion ended with the fresh- men being sworn in as Mid- shipmen, Fourth Class, USNR. ?"""'i'-"vw ii 'im wi' ,ark Af -V -R' .3 N... M, W: ,.., i.3..b',,,-f,,g,-M, gh E ' gf n is ig. MJ if Ur st 5 Ai W ,,r,,.. , , '- ' v Q " ,Vw .. gLgL . ' sr Q: , N - , X,-ff XXI. 1 m We - L , a ,, ,s-....t"""'--"iii,-f 49' "1 V V N' sm- ' AA 'Q ' 4-fl-f, ' ,mf-Q-swf" ' Q' " ., w ,S s ,R . 3-E , ry- 5 Q Q t A . sr' aa- M . Lt ff Q-'44 1, ,gi ,, x - ,widows gg V . 1 K A , at 1-if W, X , , J. wi . q K .ygma - X . :A .f rw ., .. - YV I , I yt. . . iv V ., Xkkii 5. A x qu- K X I K .. t A N Q xrky s fn I , I 5 xx , .. . i wb. gsaggfgsgr V - ,M,k - ' ' x,-,- - I' , Wx .,-wtiwff-, , t . The Freshman Swim Test s X ,- ,,. t , as is a traditional part of a dd Q ' H freshman's first quarter. Held at the Hee Ed pool, the freshmen were tested on their ability to sur- vive in the water. f -f ,. 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And finally waking up the next morning - a day later. 52 i 4 '- - Ag wi, . 1, FIP N Kffmlg, -1 - V I J I ff" ' ,, I ,A I 6 if f'f, ,, X Q P H is wqm W ,,. ..,- ,v,.., -N,-5 .-7.--.X 5.51 ,Pfam 1311-.1,j '1veQ'LxRLg --tj.:-H g3,'Nf'3,.-:H -,1--.-T.f3q5:?j5gt:,H-.,:Tk,..?,,,,,W ,gn :,f.,5.,:f.. J., . ,fs , .- - K, f.'1,Afk.,,h,,-2-1055. - -11-1,-.:,.,. .Q-X35 .- ,. . . r .. - , I f- -1,,,eg ---,o,f,4f,.. , - - :- Z, J: ,z .wa 1 'M -f - wev- X , , 1 .uw f. vw 1.9 W6 -4 Q N A cl', ull., glU"..Q-.Q lf.: 14 -hub-. ..A-S-.M '-qs. 15. f .- Au-1' ,jf 1 4,3 N, R4 r, W , .J 3 1 53 K""'Av'xpi-.:M:s1- ,--X -azmm --wk. - 4,-Hs, You are Officer of the Deck of DDG-'7 during the Mid-Watch, when your IOOD, Ens. Robert Chandler, reports that the skipper fell overboard "awhile back," the XO is drunk, the after engine room is flooding, the forward fire room has a steam leak, the engineering officer is smoking dope in the magazine, none of the heads are working because there is no water pressure, the metacenter of the ship is rapidly approaching the center of gravity, you have lost all steering, the ship is on a collision course with the Presidential yacht , and the Ensign's rubber duck is lost and he can't find it anywhere. What do you do? A. Hit Chandler B. Panic C. Abandon ship D. Be cool and think calmly before doing B and C . E. All of the above, but especially A. The above problem was taken from an exam given LTCjgJ Tritz by his Freshman class. Y , r'...., 2 1 itts f '-755. I.-. 'A-5,Z.3'-:f'T?1'i'-"5.55752 Z'-231' -'-3-,.""!' 1, Q ' 1' -1 - 'fi f' - ' " "" ' :' 1 'v' -4-i f p...........C.l.-- "-Lr..:' .,::A.::-,fn -. . ,.--A--- 7 55 'arg U fA,1jg,m. J - fff' . 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Berry ICI CET-755 Karl E. Bloomquist GMT2 CMath 759 GA. I n ' ' I swam W pu r -fr -----N-:.:-.:'. runnin 'fl -,--, giil xghx b X " . F A -- my Stl r Q - n X 18 e e 1 aff , ,,,,-fm,-,V M '- ff ,Inq , 'f ,MTV - , fi Robert W. Baker AT2 COcean-755 Jeffery P. Bennett DK3 CMarh-753 -,X-, -Q., ' J"X'1---'-'- .. 'Tf'T'f555!3'ff'?3fTf'i?"'1'Pf535i?f Arland D. Buchanan MM1 COcean-755 'AIG'- Glen H. Carpenter William E. Cheeseman Robert D. Childs HM1QOcean-749 ET1COcean-733 MT2 CEE-763 Brian A, Christiano Kenneth W. Coomes Ronald A. Crirch IC1cME-76j AT1CEE-745 EMI CME-763 John J. Cronan Terrance L. Crowley Clinton C. DeVoss QM2 CEE-765 FTB2 QEE-765 MM2 QME-769 Robert H. Ellis AW2COcean-741 David C. Fritsch Michael J. Gill AT? CEE-755 GMGC fOcean-743 ,,......T,s Alvin E. Grimmig MM2 KES-753 'fa intl' r bk' ,36- l.1'l 41' 1 U' John F. Hall MM? CEE-755 Andrew H. Hergcrt DT2 QOccan-745 Patrick J. Hughes EM2 COcean-745 James J. Hurley STG1 QEE-759 Kem P. Irwin ETN2 QOcean-755 63 1 fi ,Pe y Micael L. Iverson Lawrence M. Iendro AT2 CEE-743 ETCQSSJ COcean-745 Gerald L. Johnson FTMI CEE-749 an f L ' 3 James M. Johnson Guy S. Kemp Ronald E, Kline ASM1 CEE-763 MT1 4515-755 AE1cMath,'75J I- . . ,. Y. . . vw- - f ----- ,---. .-v-----,-----,,f -. .. - . R ,K .J 5 -L 17-11111-'-if-E,'Q Q QfX3f?'jf1QQ5'fT fjxfl-Q 'J-.f ,3,1gQg.5'54f1'Z1:Aff-.EIU-Tfki'-iqffFiff-ELigi"fi:a?1w?2gfT-112:HQ?-'WY"-." SfQ57'f"!3f-I-.. . - - A5 Richard A. Larson Michael T. Lybarger Benjamin K. Miller SK2 CAE-765 ETN2 QEE-755 IC3 CES-753 Roger I. Morais AT2 COcean-755 Carter D. Moore Monty A. McDowell RM1 CES-753 ET1 CEE-763 X - I. X- Rae: 'Q LN "uf 'if 1 A , A A . . ,. "1-'YLffx5'4:iv,:.ij1,.1y5f2.n H f A ' ' - e - ' - ' . ' 1 I 5 11::::ii.:z1.2r O5 CB an Q. . "4 hifi: iid. ,mg- ,Vf . 4. 7 1jgr.eu.g:k i 5 WE: 1 1 Gerald K. McGowan Henry F. O'Donnel1 Patrick I. Rolow STS1CEE-767 MM1CMath - Eng. -753 DK3 QME-765 Joseph S. Shea ETRZCEE-753 MM1 QME 76 D - ' . amel Tluotson Thomas J. Valenune 5 RM2 QOcean-757 A5 --- ,.. 45 I 1 hw ' I 0, L x ag - 1 Vincent E. Vandersnick Patrick E. Vezetinski James D. Wender GMGC KME-763 OTI if-IE-753 Aw? QME-763 Richard D. Wilcox , ETN3 CEE-765 5 James R. Wilhite PTG1 455-765 Stacey A. Wtlson at CTT2COcear1-753 'fit If , 1 Michael Allen Daniel W. Beers Gregory S. Berger Q SGT fPol Sci-76? CPL QEE-763 SGT CBusAdmin-749 Marines :Y Michael D. Carriger Robert I C h raz 1 SSGT CBusAdmin-745 SSGT C'BusAdIll1inu-n7d6er flzggxegfjge - l - - -. -X-. -N--en- .-:-r ,.f,---, .,. , 3,8 Tao, V, Q, i HC w.'. . Alan R. Higby SGT CBusAdmin-765 "Q P-X S - 'X -X Wil,-Z, Y D Q. U X Curtiss W. Howes GYSGT CBusAdmir1-755 if M' i fa 1 1 X ,, 1' Jessie L. Hunter SGT QAE-765 David A. Kelly GYSGT QEE-753 Paul D. Lacy SGT fCivil Engr. -763 Michael J. Lobb SGT fBusAdmin-745 Daniel L. McNamus SGT fH1SI 745 5. - ,..., 1.. ... 4-!fQ7?5:'2f1. "rf PX 'f 44 X f X Dore! A. Nanna Berkley D. Palmer SGT CEngr-753 SGT CMath-765 David P. Paquette SGT fPo1 Sci-755 f Jeffery T. Shields A SGT KME-75D J 1.4 J f 12. I xjfxi' Phi1iP A- V3l'ldf3Ub0Ul George W. Watson Kurt V. Zirkelbach SSGT fPo1 Sc1-745 SSGT fBusAdmin-755 SSGT fBusAdmin-751 .5 1- Michael H. Armitage AO2 QEE-761 Bruce T. Ashley SSGT CBusAdmin-763 Steven D. Ballard ADT3 CAE-761 Jerald K. Bevens AE1 IEE-'I4y Chris L. Borer AWH2 KME-767 John L. Bowles RM2 QOCean-'TBD Richard F. Burna ETN2 QEE-747 Leland G. Coleman ET1 KEE-761 Allen D. Cone MM2 CME-735 Richard C. Doggert HM1 KNENEP-747 James H. Doherty YN2 QOcean-739 Armando V. Duncan AT2 QEE-765 Gary W. Flimling EA2 IME-765 Gene C. Franklin ETR2 CChem-765 Steven C. Goodway DS2 KEE-765 Charles W. Green STS2 COcean-741 Thomas A. Hartley AQ1 CME-741 Stephen L. Hawes FTM2 QEE-763 Thomas E. Herterich AME2 KME-761 Kevin L. Hostbjor FTB2 CMETE-753 John H. Hunt RM2 CMath-751 Vernon D. Ingram ET1 CEE-763 Mary C. Jacobs AX2 fMath-765 Steven C. Joachim HM2 CME-765 NOT PICTURED Clifford D. Johnson ST1fOcean-735 Daniel P. Johnson AG2 fChem-761 Robert P. Klauer DM1fOcean-731 Philip T. Lones OT1 CEE-741 Archer M. Macy. Jr. QM2 CAA-745 Paul J. Mallon ETR3 QAA-737 Jerome T. Matthews MM3 COcean-743 Jeffery B. McDonell CTA2 CMath-751 Roy L. Miller DS1 CME-735 John M. Mulcahy ETN2 CEE-763 Daniel L. Parker DK2 QAE-765 Allen G. Philips ETR2 CEE-763 Robert L. Posey MM1 CME-765 Debra A. Raitz AC2 KAE-763 Alan E. Romero AT2 KME-763 DennisJ. Seipel AQ1 CAE-743 AlexanderJ. Semritc EM1 CEE-765 David P. Shareno CTT2 CAE-755 Carold E. Shropshire ETN2 KME-761 Mark B. Smith AZ2 CAE-761 Henry S. Steinfeld FTG2 QAE-761 Robert D. Suttle PN3 4Ocean-'75l Louis E. Wissenback MM2 KEE-763 Harry M. Wright DK2 fChemEngr-753 PF T The Agony of the feet and the ecstasy of the M3IiUCS . . . the PFT three-mile run. "One more, C'mon, you can do it! " the crowd yelled as John Hall struggled for one more pushup. What crowd . . . ? The rest of the Unit, who wanted encourage- ment when they were struggling for more points. v-7""""'1,- 'lhi' 7.4 .1 G it 12' Athl tics lx. ,x - , ..,,,,,. XJ?" 5 NV. V x NEUEP Basketball Team Takes NSA - 13th Naval District Championship ,,,,,,,,,,.ZT."".. ' r, v 7 au 1 "'-'1' . ,. 1+ 3 f 4 L 'ip' I f 4 Q Pavilion 5 ,, ,, fN , . - .., , -,,-f,.' -,f,,w.,.'M-.'f,3-nh - . . . :-- Y - - :f -, .- - - - - 4j,4:f,g15, ' " ' ' . -L.. ,.,, ,A ,,.ff.,A ...Ah ., U.,,,,,-A -,.,w . .,M.g,'a9gsg.5x1:r-yffgm -gee-acv V A 1 Hec-Edmundson Pavilion . . . scene of future leaders, leading their departments into bleachers, walls, and occasionally keen competi- tion. ff 4, , s...,m ., , , .U , 2, A . ,.,, I ' . ,o:f?F-4fL'?fEf4" ' ' is ' 'Www ,- ,tf1ur'r' M in li '-. if-egL,j:Q 1 ' x X uf 2' u x m -. " 1 JJ 451 31 X -S.. -S- "' .z 551 'L 'fa . , .. , 1 ff 9 ' .J ,rf 1 ,f If r if 1 f 1 nf , I .1 M, , , . "',W"' 'F f, X VW W WWW M, ,f ,f 2 ,y 57 , ,ff f yfdkgqffg gf fy fffw ff v,'!,,k-,kfffnfffjf .1 ,f-,wr 'wif f fyjhffyviy ygcy 'W Q 2 , ' ,Q , f 'yy Q H M M f J f 4 f VV 5 ' fJ75?!ffQ ' ' f f , , ,,f 12 ' ff ,, 1' ' W' f ,, , f f ff , wif Q , f , 0 liz' ., M 'Ra W fm ff 0 'f A , 1 , M? 'f VXWW R7 wt , Ag qi 75 I if r 7 M Marines v f ' f 'vw "Marv 1' T Rav eff W...H 44... is M, , Q ,81 H ,' ,.., Y , ff- .wp--:x,,..Y- . ,..,,,1 x- - A ,-alma. ' 1 Once a year the entire Unit officially gets together in a spirit of good cheer and camaraderie. It is called Mess Night, not because many people get "messed up," but because it is for the "gent1emen of the mess." Mess Night X. A .,. ,.. . 3- ,4na1"Mw..n:.w.4.'. u,-W..-....w.1-,..,.,- , ,, ,M ,X ..--.m,, P' w L --W . V 11591 'L '4' seg: -X11 Auf-'L' - .. v . .. . 1"1-.xl 3?- ,.4..5 1'Q'r,, 1 .ag , 3 ..j'- , .T 24' ' at? 4, 44' 'I .jf I ' jfug f f '52 352 if I 1 I March Commissionin i k . I V I E l f 1 E K P 4 Y 1 A f 1 lg.. ,,,, , ,J 4 ,fufar H gg, KN' ,M 27,4 X, 2 -'4 xf 5 A, V K, ,, fn "dviflJw'.?"7 , I zo "3-ui, ' Vrf'f7'- ' hi it PH.. Q , ,. 1 ww' l5f"W'F'?f? .-.l.--Q... , .1 1 X6- 'uf 85 .' jj, --,7j,4A3,-X -'KU x A .-r 4 sf N 'W' .9 ., .. '.' . , . N. 'LL 14' r 1 I' "I f f -1 ,gc- -1, 1. 24-if ' "M K4 ' JZ if .- I-4 1 f, ik-4'-N ' I ww? S293 ww' 4' ,L 4, 1... 7 X ,UKVJL an m'5Q'- x if HQ ' 'vc' 301 092' wx F 4 4155" ,Q 5 .vw - Y I .I M . - V W ' ' VM," M 4..- 5 A W -WH' A ., A 551 55721 r-ff, "1 Q ,-pn-4" Q If ,II I p ., - . -Sq ,W .,,,1, iad'f1'3ii'ihiL ., , 5 Unit Activities 1,1- 'Q -w X. s 'xwx' n 'n 1 Q xpu f .M ,txxxx 'S ,M fx-'H w -,w 4.,,.':N, Navy and Marine Corps Birthdays H -w' A ,f y of at . flfzizfy W i4rgf!Q , W M f ' A ' ffQg'f:,zW2Y??,"'fv " X 5 2,5 2' f 3 f"A",'f :wwf 5 7 fir A X The Navy Birthday took on special significance as both the 201st birthday of the US Navy and the 50th anniver- sary of the founding of the Unit were celebrated. The University, of Washington NROTC Unit was one of the first NROTC Units founded. YW? Qui' Spring Formal The Receiving Line . . . that srrange phenomenon that changes names and marries couples. WSE f 1 ik 2 Margaret O Neil was crowned Corvette Queen in a ceremony that climaxed the 1977 NROTCXNEOEP Spring Formal In gratitude for their contribution to the Unit, CDR Knerr was presented a briefcase and LCDR Fritsch a UW beer stein. -A ' "" ------...P av,-,-.-,-,.-..-.1..,....,,,,,, ,,v-,vw V t , - N Y 1 ' N -vm-'..L..N,-A W. . . , -f' "' ' .42gA4'l14'l.sz11:4m.1. ..- A Rear Admiral Herbert M. Bridge, USNR rm FQMIIVE SEBTN ' ' '- 'I E y A S is fr srtf'gX5g....--M S i :sauna ' - I I John Paul Jones Plaque . . Glen T. White General Dynamics NROTC Award . . Igor M. Gladstone The D. K. MacDonald Award . . Macushla McCormick Marine Corps Reserve Officers Assoc. Award Carl B. Hansen U.W. Naval ROTC Rifle Trophy . . Jerome J. Matthews U.W. Naval ROTC Pistol Trophy . . Philip T. Lones NROTC Staff Midshipman Leadership Award Gary E. Williams NROTC Staff NESEP Leadership Award . . Paul J. Mallon Marine Corps Assoc. Award . . Denise M. Banghart The Naval Institute Award . . Denise M. Banghart The Naval Institute Award . . James H. Madden Scott A. Berg Ens. Harold Spears The Bowditch Navigation Award . . Richard B. Shattuck Flight Instruction Program Award . . Richard B. Shattuck Flight Instruction Program Award . . Gordon L. Dona American Defense Preparedness Assoc. Award Paul A. Wiggins Puget Sound Rifleman's Assoc. Marksmanship Jerome J. Matthews Daniel D. Tillotson Clayton L. Johnson Laura Boyt Team Trophy . . . James H. Doherty S.A.M.E. Senior Recognition Award . . Jennifer L. Jones S.A.M.E. Freshman Scholarship Award . . Lewisl. Lommers General Dynamics NESEPXMECEP Award . . Lt.tjg3 Gary R. Leopold V A ROTC Tri-Service Review Wxkgsieg, sf R A ws WON X x .5 rj The ROTC Tri-Service Review, held inside Hec-Ed this year, featured an appearance by Gov. Dixie Lee Ray. Opening remarks were made by the Governor and by Mr, Alvin E. Ulbrickson, Vice President of Student Affairs at UW. While awards were presented to outstanding individu- als of the three services, midshipmen and cadets in for- mation eagerly awaited their chance to perform in the Review. The Navy Department Cup . . Bruce Clingan Professor of Naval Science Award Stephen Bell Sons of the Revolution Trophy . . Naval Reserve Association Award Gary Williams National Sojourner's Award-Navy Richard B. Shattuck, lr. American Legion Military Excellence Navy Igor M. Gladstone, lr. Reserve Officer's Association Award Navy Macushla McCormick Daughters of American Revolution Navy Duncan Fobes Sons of American Revolution Award Navy Tim Tobin Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America Jennifer Jones Military Order of the World Wars M C Denise Military Order of the Loyal Legion Navy Gary Gunther S.A.M.E. ROTC Medal of Merit Roger Mustain S.A.M.E. Distinguished Award Plaque Jennifer Jones 5 I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic: that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same: that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasiong and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter, so help me God. COMMISSIONING 7 M 59' 2,4 O ' .A-s...,. . A f -. l 3 ':g,,. Q, , I, , I asia' . Ks ' .I S ri .tif any -.. , I xNi A x ' at yi, ft if ' "'f sox '75 Rfk SKA 'F . I is P-S 'il -e it l V LJ "I Q uf . Rear Admiral John H. Pedersen USNR. Rel. as '?f2,:'+ wg. L W , . . 3. iz Ri p-N NJ x, v Y ' R Zwidfl .L in ,.x. , " n Q 4 Q -nal' H In ' , , ?X"'l Commissioning . . . both an ending and a new beginning . . . What the brand-new Ensigns and 2nd Lieutenants have spent four years studying, drilling, striving for . . . and what they have earned . mng ffffff- fr-ff vw- .r gif-:+A -a--" 3 fig, r,'t - iii ff.r,fl1':-112.:iv lt te Y' Business Manager . . . Tom Hartley Photographers . . . Sherrie Larimore Binnacle Kris Henke , l Mike Brennan Staff. . . Ken Coomes Karl Bloomquist , Steve Bell M in Max Thomas Advisor . . . LTCjgJ 'Fritz Special Thanks to Karla Holt and the Henderson Gang . l it A KK 45- ., . gm t Editor . . . Brian J. Henderson -U- i- '13 .1 'Ax ia' ...xikx .V v , x xx 's 'g Kd! ,, if ,.-3 1 ""', .1 'in 5 1 'X is f 'xv -,JA V 4.4! Ju... V W1f'1.f,5. w 1-l,ii u 4' ..-, if Z . ,sq 'Ya' Ads Gen tl em en of the ROTC The Lighthouse Uniform Company congratulates you on "making the hat" and invites you down for your personal fitting. DRESS UNIFORMS ORK U IFORMS CCESSORIE Personalized Fittings Immediate Alterations Pay When You Get To Your First Duty Station One stop for all your uniform needs. Some prices V2 of Naval Uniform Shop. Call for particulars. LIGHTHOUSE UNIFORM COMPANY 1532 15th Avenue West Seattle , Washington 98119 282-5600 I I . ' fc::,I I NQEEB Il NES' GEEL MQEX i Q ff?r"!!, .,- --f-fgf5ifref!i' " We re the University Book Store . , . the Q. r,ff"iIT'pIMr,t if L. y onbf store that stocks every book required " i -..fraggl i gjlflgnil f5Y'Q""X?.y it Q2 for everv course offered at the U. of W. ,l ' "QfffyQQeL.gfq' X ' fvxor - - Mx---' . Y -QQ' ' J-.' X C' . ' ., ,I New books and used books. ln hurdbound ET' fl? fu!! T WM-N' -FQ fi'-, fllil, 55.511, J - - eil. f .. gg L, . L az - ' -- -NA , and paperback. If you need it. we probably il" R--fs e+.s.F'1i'1-.ge,g- R R T ' . . . . . , i--,Q X- --,, My ixngrf-: N, W Y-Y X have it. If we don t. we ll special order it. No so R . y 'rs- hassle. 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Using startling hit-and-run guerrilla tactics against the rigidly formal brand of British warfare, Greene's strategy paid off. He won the war in the South. Each time the daring General and his men struck and pulled back, obstinately attacked and expeditiously evaded, they so crippled the Redcoats that the treaty of Gctober 19, 1781, was inevitable. Since the birth of our nation, America's military has met challenge after challenge with Herculean heroism. For 55 of those years, it has been our privilege to serve the officers who have served our country so well. Today, nine out of ten active duty officers insure with USAA. If you're a Midshipman, Cadet, Regular, National Guard, Reserve or Retired officer Cwhether or not drawing retirement payj, you're eligible to join this elite group. 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