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Navy Boot Camp Book 1947 Company 164 The Keel

Front Cover, USNTC Great Lakes "The Keel" 1947 Company 164.

Front Cover, USNTC Great Lakes "The Keel" 1947 Company 164. GGA Image ID # 1af342656b

Roster and Photos for Recruit Company 164 for 1947, United States Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois. Company Commander: H. T. Parks. 101 Men Graduated. Training Dates Not Reported.

On 28 March 1944, the Training Station was established by Secretary Forrestal as a group command and redisgnated as the U. S. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois.

COMPANY 164

Company Commander : H. T. Parks

Page One, (Reading from left to right)

Top Row:

  1. R. R. Adams
  2. Henry R. Bailey
  3. Edwin Baptiste
  4. Richard F. Barnum
  5. Clarence B. Bennett
  6. Armand J. Blais
  7. Duane H. Bland
  8. Ralph F. Bonney

Second Row:

  1. Werner B. Brauer
  2. Robert E. Bridge
  3. John S. Buckmaster
  4. Robert A. Bunt
  5. William L. Busby
  6. Paul H. Butler
  7. Cecil Carter, Jr.
  8. Edward C. Collins

Third Row:

  1. John Colucci
  2. Vito J. Damore
  3. Jerome L. Donner
  4. James C. Ferrigno
  5. A. M. Fizzarotti
  6. Carl W. Fliearman
  7. Joe E. Foster
  8. Robert P. Francoeur

Fourth Row:

  1. Glenn E. Freitag
  2. Robert F. Glass
  3. Eliseo J. Gonzalez
  4. Joseph B. Goodman
  5. Dale E. Grages
  6. Donald E. Guyette
  7. Charles E. Hamrick
  8. C. F. Harrington

Fifth Row:

  1. Paul G. Harrison
  2. Wm. R. Heck
  3. Frank H. Hoffman
  4. Milton V. Hubley
  5. Charles E. Hunt
  6. Jack A. Hunter
  7. Eddie Jeffries, Jr.
  8. James A. Kabler

Bottom Row:

  1. Robert W. Kahler
  2. Robert F. Kaiser
  3. Joseph F. Lafond
  4. Richard E. Leuschen
  5. R. W. Litchfield
  6. Richard R. Lowell
  7. Daniel A. Marino
  8. James A. Martin

Page Two, (Reading from left to right)

Top Row:

  1. Victor P. Maziarz
  2. Thomas L. McClain
  3. Robert McCarthy
  4. John J. McCarthy
  5. Francis M. McDonell
  6. Philip A. Merritt
  7. John Moschitta
  8. William E. Mulvihill

Second Row:

  1. David W. Neukom
  2. Mario A. Nicoletti
  3. Robert E. Nipper
  4. Alfred P. Noe
  5. Frank C. Noll, Jr.
  6. Alfred B. Noxon
  7. Robert J. Ohler
  8. Peter P. Oleynick, Jr.

Third Row:

  1. Arnold M. Olshan
  2. Arnold 0. Peterson
  3. Chas. A. Pomeroy
  4. James M. Raspanti
  5. Emerson C. Reaugh
  6. Bill F. Reed
  7. Sterling Riley
  8. Richard A. Roden

Fourth Row:

  1. Norman J. Schaibley
  2. John C. Schlosser
  3. Stuart D. Schnell
  4. Jas. A. Sharp
  5. Charles H. Smith, Jr.
  6. Ronald R. Strange
  7. George A. Streeter
  8. Nelson J. Switzer

Fifth Row:

  1. Charles T. Tabor
  2. Joseph W. Tapp
  3. Herbert R. Tiede
  4. Victor G. Turner
  5. Daniel L. Vandriel
  6. James Vangorden
  7. Donald E. Wagner
  8. Howard V. Weingart

Sixth Row:

  1. Albert M. T. Welch
  2. Vance A. Whitlow, Jr.
  3. Roger A. Whitley
  4. Edward F. Wick
  5. Robert L. Wilkins
  6. John H. Williams
  7. Marvin D. Woodcock
  8. Walter J. Zuraski

Bottom Row:

  1. Thomas L. Bundick
  2. Robert L. Rocheleau
  3. Ernest R. Tallman
  4. Ronald W. Raleigh
  5. Herbert Washington

Navy Boot Camp Recruit Photos - Company 47-164

Company 47-164 Recruits, Page 1.

Company 47-164 Recruits, Page 1. GGA Image ID # 1af38aacbe

Company 47-164 Recruits, Page 2.

Company 47-164 Recruits, Page 2. GGA Image ID # 1af3c22b6b

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