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Navy Boot Camp Book 1964 Company 102 The Anchor

Front Cover, Navy Boot Camp Book 1964 Company 102 The Anchor

Roster and Photos for Recruit Company 102 for 1964, United States Naval Training Center, San Diego, California. Company Commander: Ernest E. Bellavance, EN1(SS). 48 Men Graduated.

Company 64-102 Leadership Command

  • Battalion Commander: LTJG W. G. HANNAMAN
  • Company Commander: ERNEST E. BELLAVANCE, EN1(SS)

Company 64-102 Recruit Roster

  1. J. E. SMITH
    Recruit Chief Petty Officer
  2. R. P. REESE
  3. Afflerbach, W. V.
    El Cerrito, Calif.
  4. Aubain, Charles L.
    Lenoir, N. Car.
  5. Bausch, L. L.
    Dawson, Nebr.
  6. Bowman, C. A.
    Sunnyvale, Calif.
  7. Cameron, J. R.
    Miami, Ariz.
  8. Colvert, F. G.
    New Castle, Ala.
  9. Cooper, Gary A.
    Sophia, N. Car.
  10. Cox, Ronnie J.
    Hamlin, Texas
  11. Curb, Douglas, W.
    Green Pond, Ala.
  12. Denning, T. J.
    San Jose, Calif.
  13. Denman, R. W.
    Thorsby, Ala.
  14. Drumeller, J. A.
    Hayward, Calif.
  15. Eslick, D. A.
    Fremont, Calif.
  16. Farris, G. L.
    Santa Clara, Calif.
  17. Fisher, Dale W.
    Slater, Mo.
  18. Ford, Gene R.
    Lee's Summit, Mo.
  19. Goppert, M.L.
    San Leandro, Calif.
  20. Hall, Calvin R.
    Stephenson, Mich.
  21. Hill, Walter, S. Jr.
    Charlotte, N. Car.
  22. Hoyt, Russell, J.
    New Hampton, N. Y.
  23. Huston, Robert L.
    Paso Robles, Calif.
  24. Hurley, Don O.
    Wofford Heights, Calif.
  25. Johnson, N. M.
    Pacheco, Calif.
  26. Keel, D. C.
  27. Lewis, Jimmy C.
    Red Oak, Iowa
  28. Lovelace, J. P.
    Memphis, Tenn.
  29. Lubinsky, F.
    San Jose, Calif.
  30. Martin, S. H.
    Globe, Ariz.
  31. Wright, F. L.
    Burmingham, Ala.
  32. Manley, L. J. Jr.
    Dawson, Nebr.
  33. McDemott, T. E.
    San Francisco, Calif.
  34. Patrick R. L.
    Pascagoula, Miss.
  35. Pedersen, L. E.
    Boelus, Nebr.
  36. Alteslane, A. R. Jr.
    San Leandro, Calif.
  37. Shanks, L. C.
    Big Rapids, Mich.
  38. Phillips, J. L.
    High Point, N. Car.
  39. Price, Thomas G.
    Brookland, Ark.
  40. Ranz, Curtis D.
    Tucson, Ariz.
  41. Riveira, D. Jr.
    Fremont, Calif.
  42. Rodriguez, R. A.
    San Francisco, Calif.
  43. Roark, Leroy D.
    Sedalia, Mo.
  44. Smith, Melvin L.
    Bilox, Miss.
  45. Stevenson, P. J.
    Dracle, Ariz.
  46. Thomas, Larry D.
    Decaturville, Tenn.
  47. Vandish, Floyd F.
    Oswego, N. Y.
  48. Welch, W. W.
    San Jose, Calif.

Navy Boot Camp Recruit Photos - Company 64-102

Company 64-102 Recruits Page One

Company 64-102 Recruits, Page 1

Company 64-102 Recruits Page Two

Company 64-102 Recruits, Page 2

Company 64-102 Recruits Page Three

Company 64-102 Recruits, Page 3

Company 64-102 Honor Recruits

Company 64-102 Honor Recruits


  • R. P. REESE : Honorman

Bottom Left:

  • DON O, HURLEY : Academic Award and Outstanding Recruit

Bottom Right:

  • WILLARD W. WELCH : Outstanding Recruit

Group Picture of Company 64-102 Commander Ernest E. Bellavance EN1 and Petty Officers, 24 April 1964

Group Picture of Company 64-102 Commander Ernest E. Bellavance EN1 and Petty Officers, 24 April 1964

Company 64-102 Recruits Passing in Review

Company 64-102 Recruits Passing in Review

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