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

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..- .mu in.- -- ...W-V. '--.bam-.,-, -- W ,.,,f.,K. -.. -- v - 4. i 3 4 in iii ,'Z', THE BINNA CLE ---- 0 UNIVERSITY OE WASHINGT N --"""""""' NAVAL ROTC UNIT SEATTLE WASHINGTON 1984-1985 WWMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII fs- Q.. 'iii , A my 21- if TABLE OF C Title Page Table of Contents Staff Candids Commanding Officer XO MOI SI l SOI FI Senior Class FCP's 84 MECEP's Iunior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class Summer Cruise Frosh-O Drill ONTENTS 1 Football 2 Turtle Race 3 Cold Weather Exercise 4, 5 NW Navy J 6 Pensacola Trip 7 Marine Week 8 Ten K -9 Ship Driving 10 Buffett Party 11 Mess Night 12-21 Norse Home Dance 22, 23 Spring Formal 24-27 Tri-Service 28-31 Navy Awards Day 32-37 Pictures 38, 39 Ads 40, 41 Patrons I 42 Pictures Editors Page Cover designed by Carolina Soriano. Thanks l 43 44 45 46-51 52, 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60, 61 62, 63 64 65 66, 67 68, 70 71 wif V S I I Nh 2, 'E Q Q 1 7 7 UNIT STAFF 55256 X A Qi A 5 M x L N fN5N:QNQN.ff ' f K x K .N N -N Six K, , X ' ' cami . X , - , ,z A el' - ,, V - Q L 1 Nw 'isa k S '31 V "'::--J-A"?'X.9-'s 55 'f x i . I fm - 9NffwQSs Qxsr X-xx 1 ' Q 'ww ww - - ' ig? . '- 1 W C Lx-- WM 6 x Y 4,46 gn-hx . A 5 ? X N f x , X X V , fx 'fm X N xx Q53 sg f-'sirxxz X Q 3 K X x, Q X X9 QS X: X zX.lX, -51 ' ealwwms f fi Wk, 'kv XE X xx 3, 'W' 'Win , W , .Q Z - v X SANS X Sf Y M .. Q S 1 ' K .X x xx K K A N ! . . X. xy k , 9 X. -gsm. r 4 , if If X RQ' ' ,df . U 7' if A K' laugh My ---a.4..,M.h 5, I , if V 16 , 2 Z, 2 f, if ,gi 4 7 I J X THE SKIPFEE ,, lll"""3 Capt. Anthony W. tWayne1 Stoeckel was born in Newport, Kentucky 25 luly 1935, graduating from St. Thomas High School in Fort Thomas, Kentucky in 1953. After graduation he attended Villa Madonna College in Covington, Kentucky. Capt. Stoeckel entered the Navy in the NAVCAD program in 1956, earning his wings and commission as Ensign in August 1957. He saw duty in S-2 tTracker1 squadrons flying Anti-submarine Warfare QASW1 mis- sions in Norfolk and Key West, served as Hangar Deck and Flight Deck Officer on USS INTREPID QCVS 111, and returned to flying during combat operations in Vietnam on board USS KEARSARCE QCVS 331 1968-70 with VS-29. He transitioned to the Navy's newest ASW Aircraft LS-3A VlKlNC-1 in 1973 and commanded the first VIKING deployment in 1975-76 aboard USS IOHN F. KENNEDY QCV 671. After his aviation com- mand, Capt. Stoeckel was selected for Pdeep draft command" and commanded USS SYLVANIA QAFS 21 in 1980-81. He has had staff duty in San Diego, at Head- quarters Naval Air Force Pacific Fleet, and at the Pen- tagon working in OP-O5 fOffice of the Deputy for Air Warfare1. Capt. Stoeckel has a BA degree from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California and an MPA from the University of Washington. Additionally, Capt. Stoeckel is a graduate of the Armed Forces Staf College in Norfolk, and the Navy's Aviation Safety School in Monterey. He is married to the former Bonnie lo Beard of Norfolk, Virginia. They have five chiic sn, Mark, Melanie and Matthew who reside in northern Virginia, and Eric and Warren who reside with their parents in Bothell. THE X0 MIN LtCol. Richard L. Bianchino was born in Albany, New York. He received a BS. degree in Education from the State Universi- ty of New York, at Cortland and an M.A. degree in Manage- ment from Pepperdine University, Malibu, California. He was commissioned via the PLC program and has served as an in- structor at both the Basic School and Flight School. His other assignments include duty in the 'lst and 3rd Marine Divisions, lst and 3rd Ma ' A' f ' t s ' P U rine ircra t Wings as well as Headquarters, US. Marine Corps. He has been stationed in Okinawa Pensacola Washington, DC., Vietnam and most recently, CINPAC Stall in Hawaii. 2? . 5 I S 3 Major Dave Dotterrer serves as the Unit Battalion Adviser and as the Marine Officer Instructor. He attended the NROTC Unit of Oregon State University and received his commission after graduation in 1973. Upon graduation he went to the Basic School and the Army Ranger course, ln lune of 1974 to luly 1975 he served as an Infantry Pla- toon Commander. Beginning August 1975, he served as Ceremonial Platoon Commander assigned to Marine Barracks, Washington, DC. ln 1978 Major Dotterrer vvas transferred to The Basic School in Ouantico, Virginia where he served as Staff Platoon Commander. He then attended Amphibious Warfare School at Ouantico. ln 1980 he was assigned to Second Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. There he was a Battalion Logistic Officer, Rifle Company Commander and Battalion Operations Officer. Major Dotterrer vvas assigned to the University of Washington in May 1983, THE M.O I SENIOR INSTRUCTOR ,ka I 'L' l i 4 , W, , LCdr. Iames C Smith graduated trom Citt-io High Sthtitil in upstate New York in N7 I, He attended Penn State tlnixt-isitx and received a BSA degree in Chemistry in NTIS It di Smith entt-red OCS in Newport, Rhode Island in Oc tober lflflw, and was ttwritttiiv sioned 27 February M76 He then went into Nut lear l'tmei St howl in Orlando, Florida. He followed that with several additional toiiis oi training, including: Nuclear Prototype Iraining, Stihinaiine tbttiter s Basic Course. LCdr. Smiths first submarine was the USS IMRIS QSSN WUI fillet which, he reported to the USS OHIO QSSISN Tint tht-ni he pai- ticipated inthe initial sea trials and the tirst strategit patrols Ile turns pleted two patrols before receiving orders to the ttniwrsitx tit Washington in December ot Itttii, lcdr, Smith will ht- dt-tat hing in December 1985. LCdr. jonathan I. Bridge is a member of the Navy Reserve judge Advocate General Corps. He is a 1972 graduate. of the University of Washington and was commissioned via the NROTC. He remained active in the reserves after his active service. He initiated a Reserve Liaison Program with the NROTC Unit at the University of Washington which has benefited the unit a great deal. He spends many hours providing mum h needed legal service to members of the unit, as well as teaching .Military Law classes. He is active in communi- ty activities and is a member of the University Prt-sie I, 'O dent's Club. 1""" j to as gt K I Ill tri JUNIOR INSTRUCTOR i Lt. Mark Cochran is a native of Euclid, Ohio. He graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aeronautical Engineering in 1979. He was commissioned at Aviation Officer Candidate School, Pensacola, Florida, in March 1980 and reported for training as a Naval Flight Officer immediately thereafter. After receiving his wings at the Naval Air Training Unit, Mather AFB, California in lanuary, 1981, Lt. Cochran vvas assigned as a Navigator and Airborn Communications Officer at VO-4 in Patuxent River, Maryland flying the EC-13OO QHERCULESJ TACAMO' Strategic Communications Aircraft. l-le transferred to shore du- ty as the lunior Class Instructor at the University of Washington NROTC Unit in lune of 1984. Avlatton in itself is not inherently dangerous. But to anteven greater degfeethan the sea.1t is terribly unforgwmg of any carelessriess. 1 mcapacity or r1eglegL g 'K 1---,ny f y ' . " r' l K ff I f 9? 4 Lt. Richard A. Heinbaugh, originally from Seattle, enlisted in the Navy in 1973. He served as an Aviation Electronics Technician until he was selected for the Navy Enlisted Scientific Education Program QNESEPJ in 1977. He returned to the University of Washington to go through NESEP and received a BS degree in Math in 1980. After Sur- face Warfare Officers School he was assigned to the USS lOUETT CCC 291, where he served first as NTDS Maintenance Officer and later as First Lieutenant. While on USS lOUETT Lt. Heinbaugh achieved his Surface Warfare Officer qualification. Next he was assigned to USS INDEPENDENCE QCV 625 as Assistant DCA and Main Engines Officer. During this time, INDEPENDENCE participated in Operation Urgent Fury, the invasion of Grenada, and proceeded from there to the Eastern Mediterranean to support the US Marines in Lebanon. After another cruise on INDY, this time to the lndian Ocean, he was ordered back to the Universitytof Washington, this time' as part of the NROTC Staf . As the Sophomore Class Instructor, Lt. Heinbaugh teaches Weapons System and Seapower and serves as Binnacle Advisor. Almost halfway through his second tour at the University of Washington, Lt. Hein- baugh is looking forward to Surface Warfare Officers Department Head Course. After SOPHOMORE INSTRUCTOR that he is ho in to et orders as Chief En ineer on one of the ships in the carrier bat- D 8 S U 8 tlegroup to be established in the Pacific Northwest. LCdr. Cary Harrell received his commission in 1976 after graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy. He completed a BS. in International Security Affairs and was graduated with merit. He was designated a Naval Flight Officer and completed his Flight Training in 1978. A few of his previous assignments include: VP-30, NAS jacksonville, Florida, and VP-4 at NAS, Barbers Point, Hawaii. He transferred from the University of Washington on 20 February 1985 to attend school and then report to the USS CONSTELLATION QCV 641. FRESHMAN INSTRUCTOR SWS Lt. Michael Dinn graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1978 with a BS. in Marine Engineering. After completing Surface Warfare Officers School in Cor- onadog he reported aboard the Spruance-class destroyer USS OLDENDORF QDD 972l as Electrical Officer just in time for her first deployment. He served two years as the Main Propulsion Assistant and later as the Gunnery and Missiles Officer through a second deployment to the Western Pacific and lndian Ocean. Reporting to the HUSKY NAVY, Lt. Dinn also assumed Sail Training and Recruiting duties while he works on a Master's Degree in Business He has been known to play a little flag football and bad mouth Marines. IAMBO. Niall STAFF BEHIND THE STAFF 1 iz Y ,f 5 55.4 ' 4 9. T VNC F. vv. oidenburg QMC 4953 G- G- Pyle SKCS M. B. Soriano A, Phyllis Oldenburg john Haugh Uackl Marlene Sullivan . ' x GYSCT R, lil lone-s SENIORS Nh B H I ual I. R. SUTTON MEMORIAL DECEMBER COMMISSIONING loe Engman Alan McCool Lorne Wallace Ensign, USN Ensign, USN Ensign, USN ' Geography Zoology Geography VAO-129 NAS Whidbey Surface Warfare Flight School 11. M' 4.fl"3n rrw, -Ng .A , QM , , , , , lUdY Mitchell George Perry Gilmer Calidldale, USN Officer Candidate, USN 50C'Ol08Y Civil Engineering Officer Candidate School Officer Gandidafe School MARCH COMMlSSlONlNG ,g . T NGN it l fm Christopher R. McCaslin Tracey E. Martine William M. Lynch Ensign,.USN Ensign, USN Officer Candidate, USN Chemistry Econornics English Surface Warfare Supply Corps School Officer Candidate School lohn C. Kotruch Steven Berger International Studies, 2nd Lieutenant, USMC Far Eastern Psychology Officer Candidate School, USMC The Basic School Gregory M. Douquet 2nd Lieutenant, USMC Einanceflnternational Business The Basic School lohn L. Chaddic 2nd Lieutenant, USMC International Studies Near East Languages 84 Literature: Arabic The Basic School lohn A. Skinner 2nd Lieutenant, USMC EnglishfCommunication The Basic School JUNE CCDMMISSICDNING AW Paul W. Akerlund Stephen l. Andrews Randy R. Arp Ensign, USN Ensign, USN Ensign, USN Aeronautical 84 Astronautical Business Administration Economics Engineering Surface Warfare Flight School Flight School Anthony R. Boex Gary l. Burkholder David C. Chang Enslgnf USN Emisn, USN Ensign USNR Atmospheric Sciences Nuclear Engineering History Flight School Nuclear Power School Flight School 16 Gregory F. DeVogel leanne L. Egan Ensign, USN Ensign, USN Physics Chemistry Surface Warfare, EDO Supply Corps School lay S. Huntsman Ensign, USN Biological Ocean Surface Warfare Brian M. Kocher Ensign, USN ' Aeronautics 84 Astronautics Flight School Kevin M. lenne Ensign, USN Political Science Surface Warfare lohn H. Lee, lr. Ensign, USN Chemistry Nuclear Power School S xg.. s s loseph C. Hochwalt Ensign, USNR History Surface Warfare wi- 1 1 Q: Kevin B. Kliewer 2nd Lieutenant, USMC Society and lustice The Basic School . . , N.N..X,.c,. Edward C. Mathieu Ensign, USN History Flight School Bruce D. Morelan, lr. Ensign, USN Nuclear Engineering Nuclear Power School Andrew M. Rosa Ensign, USN German Flight School U' S X. cc... qv s ,Q 6' ee g Earl A. Page 2nd Lieutenant, USMC Political Science The Basic School 1 X wi Antoinette D. Schryver Ensign, USN Psychology Flight School Christian A. Pipkin Ensign, USN Qf International Studies Flight School Qff Daniel C. Sergent Ensign, USN b Mechanical Engineering Flight School 5, 4 Fr3nCl5 D- Teflale lerry A. Villarreal ' " Young Ensign, USN 2nd Lieutenant, USMC USN S isychology Speech Cornniunicmion ldpdnpgel Regional Studff ur ace Warfare The Basic School gufggq-Q Warfilfe ,lp ti. ifiw Ti 1' am- Luis N. Chiong Christopher D. l-leid David E. Musser Officer Candidate, USN fvlidshipman VC Officer Candidate USN Civil Engineering Chemistry Civil Engineering Officer Candidate School Officer Candidate School, USMC Officer Candidate School i , it as w p . , cg E fx Anthony L. Nufer Douglas B. Teachout Officer Candidate, USN Officer Candidate, USN Oceanography Mathematics Officer Candidate School Officer Candidate School 'Nw 'hu 'Qu' ,f "-uw' l Aucausr coMMrssroNrNe Q . , , . Arthur R. Heizler,lr. William Morgerson john' A. Viator Officer Candidate, 0En5'3nf USSW Enflggcgssglxl Electrical Engineering . Ceanvgra A . l ui Flight School Surface Warfare Officer Candi ate J ull Official Photo Not Available: Mark S. Bolter Christopher M. Ross S Ensign, USN Officer Candidate, USN M Math Biology Surface Warfare A Officer Candidate School . l 'Q SENIORS David Hamlin Scott Murphy .. leffrey Sutton O Official Photo Not Available: Mark Frazer I . 4 L. -M-.qw ., my .WV W .zwnvfvuqqw r 9 f I inf L ,W .....,.,. .,-,--.-.... A..-Q. ..- ---dare-A: - - :, 1- -- -4- .. f - A 0C'S AND MECP'S I psi. FY fo Jax .5 ,lui N., f""N X ws L fs I .4 fi 55 I MARK ALEXANDER, SCT IEEE ARMSTRONG, MM2 STEVEN BASEDEN, FTB2 MARY BOROIEVICH, AKI IOHN CARDANY, ET2 BRUCE DERENSKI, MM2 RAY FITZGIBBON, ETC ISSJ DENNIS HAFER, STC ISSJ IO HOFMANN, DSC TIMOTHY HYDE, SSCT MARK KIPPS, MTC RUSSELL LAWRENCE, ET3 9 , VINCENT SANTIACO, SGT SCOTT WINSTEAD, SCT BARRY MILLER, AW1 KEVIN MUHS, EM3 DAVID NEELY, AT1 ROBERT REIFENBERGER, AMHC 23 JUNIOR CLASS Yes Bill I st 'TW H N... 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Q 'i5l'5!X X I WC, MX K SN my v Dm. ax GREGORY ALBERTSON DENNIS ALBRECHT MYKAEL ANDERSON IOHN ARMERDING MONICA ARNOLD MIKE BALDWIN CRAIG BARDEN ERIC BARDEN BRENNAN BEGLEY DAVID BLAIR ALISTAIR BORCHERT ROBERT BOYCE IEFFREY BRAVO GARRY CAMERON BYRON CHAPMAN RAYMOND CHARTIER DAVID CHINICK BRIAN CHRISTIANSON PATRICK COX STEVEN CRAWFORD MARK DARROW RONALD DENNIS IAN DOBBINS DUANE EASTERLY KATRINA EICHINGER SHELBY ERICSON RAYNARD ESTRADA MARK ETTESVOLD ERIK FLINT SEAN FOSSUM IOHN FRIESEN STANLEY GACIOCH DAVID GARVEY GARY GATES TIMOTHY GIBBONS IAN GODWIN IOHN GRADY RICHARD GRANT DANIEL HACKLEY PEDER HAMBERG HAYDN HILLING ROBERT IEWELL KEVIN IONES STEPHEN KEMPSEY STEVEN KINSKIE KEVIN KINSLOW EDWARD KITTENDAUGH IAMES KRESS GREGORY KRULL IEFFREY KUHLMAN IEFFERY LATTA COLT LEWIS IEFFREY LINN STEVEN LOEFFLER IAMES LOESNER CHARLES LUND LOUIS MARCOTTE DANIEL MATARAZZO IEFFREY MCGARVEY DAVID MCLEOD AUBREY MELCHERT MARK C. MILLER MARK F. MILLER ROBERT MODDERMAN ROBERT NELKE STEPHEN PEARSON C. PETERSCHMIDT ERIC PETERSON STEVEN PETERSON TINA PISZ IOHN POPP CHARLES REHOR TONYA REILLY KEITH ROBISON PHILIP ROUSE DION SARCHET CONRAD SEELYE ZACHERLY SHEETS TYLER SMITH CURTIS SNEDDON MATTHEW STOECK ERIC STOECKEL STEVE TAYLOR WILLIAM THOMAS SEAN THOMPSON RYAN TILLOTSON PATRICK TWOMEY BERNARD WANG DAVID WEIDINC ION WELLS MARC WERY MARK WILK TODD WILLIAMSON STEPI-IAN WILSON ERIC YATABE - A an EY! 'X , s. OFFICIAL PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE GEORGE BAXTER IEFFREY HAWIQINS LORETTA BURGAN MARTIN DSCHAAK ROBERT IMEL DAVID KRAUSE IAMES ELLIOTT LEWIS OLEINICR MARK RICE FRESHMEN GOING TO THE NAVAL ACADEMY IEFFREY BRAVO KEVIN KINSLOW The Road Not Taken Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowthg Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claimg Because it was grassy and wanted wearg Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same, And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing now way leads on to way I doubted if I should ever come back. I I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hencez Two roadsidiverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference - Robert Frost 36 N Qi V3 4 Q QQ Y Q: .- SUMMER CRUIS Y.. as an -W... -, -Q. -Qs ,Aw .. -,4,,,, sg ,, .. 1 .M -, Y b M-, ,, M Atmel: x yy,-,x, ' ' ' I i Af, the son ol il 'son ol si sailor lwenl out on the :ana lor ndven Scanning the view ol the captain and Crrgvv Like a man just rio,le,.1sed from indenture As a dreamer of dreams and a travelling man l have ohalked up many a mile Plead dozens of books about heroes and crooks And l ve learned much from both of their styles J ag-wh Haul the sheet in as we ride on the wind That our forefathers harnessed before us Hear the bells ring as the tide rigging sings lt's a son of a gun ofa chorus Now where it all ends l oan't fathom my friends lf l knew I might toss out my anchor So I ll cruise along always searchin for songs Not a lawyer, a thief, or a banker But the son of a son, son of a son, son of a son of a sailor l'm just the son of a son, son of a son, son of a son of a sailor The sea's in my veins, my tradition remains l'm just glad I don't live in a trailer if V555 Slfliifl My ill :IR PM li: FRCSH-0 up-w 'HWWZ 'dv 'UM 1? 2' fi ,.,..Q X -uw... 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