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Navy Boot Camp Book 1969 Company 159 The Anchor

Front Cover, Navy Boot Camp Book 1969 Company 159 The Anchor

Roster and Photos for Recruit Company 159 for 1969, United States Naval Training Center, San Diego, California. Company Commander: D. S. Johnson, BTC. 57 Men Graduated.

Company 69-159 Leadership

  • Company Commander: D. S. JOHNSON, BTC
  • Battalion Commander: CWO F. ALVES

Company 69-159 Recruit Roster

    Recruit Chief
    Petty Officer
  3. Benjamin, Paul D.
    Hornick, Iowa
  4. Bethel, Michael D.
    Overland Park, Kans.
  5. Blakely, Terry L.
    Porterville, Calif.
  6. Boyd, Thomas R.
    Fresno, Calif.
  7. Bradley, Daryl R.
    Modesto, Calif.
  8. Briggeman, Jack K.
    Pratt, Kans.
  9. Centlivre, Gary S.
    Topeka, Kans.
  10. Challberg, Herbert B.
    Hilmar, Calif.
  11. Chandler, Roy M.
    Salem, Ore.
  12. Christensen, Nels R.
    Merced, Calif.
  13. Constable, Wesley H.
    Marathon, Iowa
  14. Davis, Johnny L.
    Hutchinson, Kans.
  15. Ellis, Edwin F.
    San Jose, Calif.
  16. Ensign, Robert J.
    Modesto, Calif.
  17. Evans, James L.
    Hay Springs, Nebr.
  18. Fouquet, Thomas L.
    Fresno, Calif.
  19. Fugate, Phillip E.
    Hornick, Iowa
  20. Gjesdahl, Don L.
    Lincoln, Kans.
  21. Gomez, Andrew D. J.
    Porterville, Calif.
  22. Green, Ira C.
    Independence, Mo.
  23. Haas, Luther E.
    Orange Cove, Calif.
  24. Handley, James G.
    Independence, Mo.
  25. Hansen, Eric J.
    Hanford, Calif.
  26. Hart, Benjamin F.
    Topeka, Mans.
  27. Howard, Jerry L.
    Scotts Bluff, Nebr.
  28. Howard, Thomas B.
    Visalia, Calif.
  29. Huhs, Ronald E.
    Topeka, Kans.
  30. Jackson, Mainger
    Tulare, Calif.
  31. Jarrett, Johannis Jr.
    Kansas City, Mo.
  32. Johnson, David B.
    Turlock, Calif.
  33. Julch, Phillip A.
    Sioux City, Iowa
  34. Kennedy, Richard T.
    Fresno, Calif.
  35. King, Carl T.
    Corcoran, Calif.
  36. Kinney, Larry M.
    Modesto, Calif.
  37. Krantz, Valton D.
    Concordia, Kans.
  38. Martin, Terrence J.
    Topeka, Kans.
  39. McCann, Dennis W.
    Wichita, Kans.
  40. McPherson, Robert L.
    Mulvane, Kans.
  41. Meyers, Daniel S.
    Sioux Falls, S. Dak.
  42. Mock, George G. Jr.
    Orange Cove, Calif.
  43. Runge, Richard F.
    Wichita, Kans.
  44. Samborski, Stephen R.
    Kansas City, Mo.
  45. Scharpf, Albert W. Jr.
    Baltimore, Md.
  46. Smith, Robin L.
    Omaha, Nebr.
  47. Stroberg, Thomas B.
    Newton, Kans.
  48. Tafoya, Cruz P.
    Mendota, Calif.
  49. Taylor, Charles R. Jr.
    Farmersville, Calif.
  50. Thomas, Robert E.
    Guymon, Okla.
  51. Thompson, Mark E.
    Visalia, Calif.
  52. Timmons, Normann E.
    Omaha, Nebr.
  53. Whittington, Vance L.
    Johnson, Kans.
  54. Williams, Gerald W. Jr.
    Porterville, Calif.
  55. Gibson, Michael W.
    Indianapolis, Ind.
  56. Nielson, Richard P.
    St. Peter, Minn.
  57. Tanner, Gene R.
    Kahoka, Mo.

Navy Boot Camp Recruit Photos - Company 69-159

Company 69-159 Recruits - Page 1

Company 69-159 Recruits, Page 1

Company 69-159 Recruits - Page 2

Company 69-159 Recruits, Page 2

Company 69-159 Recruits - Page 3

Company 69-159 Recruits, Page 3

Company 69-159 Recruits - Page 4

Company 69-159 Recruits, Page 4

Images Courtesy of Stephen Samborski

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