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Navy Boot Camp Book 1973 Company 308 The Anchor

Front Cover, Navy Boot Camp Book 1973 Company 308 The Anchor

Roster and Photos for Recruit Company 308 for 1973, United States Naval Training Center, San Diego, California. Company Commander: W. B. Zilar, QMCS. 55 Men Graduated.

Company 73-308 Leadership

  • Company Commander: W. B. ZILAR, QMCS

Company 73-308 Recruit Roster

    Recruit Chief Petty Officer
  2. D. TORRES
  3. H. LOPEZ
  4. D. E. LYCAN
    Master At Arms
  5. Anderson, Alfred
    Newark, Calif.
  6. Breaux, Nathan P. Jr.
    Los Angeles, Calif.
  7. Cleary, Mark K.
  8. Conley, Mark A.
    Middleville, N. Y.
  9. Doolittle, John S.
  10. Farr, William G.
    Spokane, Wash.
  11. Gonzales, Louis
    New Braunfels, Texas
  12. Haney, Kerry L.
    Riverside, Calif.
  13. Harper, Duane A.
    Kuburn, Wash.
  14. Harris, Donald Z.
    Wills Point, Texas
  15. Hasty, Rocky D.
    Detroit, Mich.
  16. Hawkins, Charles E.
    Sacramento, Calif.
  17. Heater, Michael A.
    Freer, Texas
  18. Heffelmire, William A.
    Bremerton, Wash.
  19. Henderson, Robert W.
    Mountain View, Calif.
  20. Hendry, Steve W.
    Kokomo, Ind.
  21. Herring, Patrick N.
    Snohomish, Wash.
  22. Higgins, Richard E.
    Glen Burnie, Md.
  23. Holden, Gary L.
    Albuquerque, N. M.
  24. Holman, Donald V.
    Tucson, Ariz.
  25. Holmes, Terran S.
    El Paso, Texas
  26. Hubbard, Rocky
    W. Denver, Colo.
  27. Huff, Timothy R.
    Hood River, Ore.
  28. Huffman, Michael S.
    Kearny, Nebr.
  29. Hulbert, Kyle Y.
    Hilmar, Calif.
  30. Irwin, Stephen D.
    Fort Worth, Texas
  31. Jaro, Cesar, E.
    San Diego, Calif.
  32. Johnson, William A.
  33. Jones, Kennard J.
    Oklahoma City, Okla.
  34. Juarez, Roberto
    Dallas, Texas
  35. Kaiser, Jerry R.
    Lake Park, Minn.
  36. Kline, Keith P.
    Port Hueneme, Calif.
  37. Knaeble, Eugene H.
    Minneapolis, Minn.
  38. Kummrow, Douglas R.
    Pacific Palisades, Calif.
  39. Lackey, Danny R.
    Thermopolis, Wyo.
  40. Lamay, Thomas S.
    Capitan, N. M.
  41. Lathan, James A.
    El Paso, Texas
  42. Levitz, Michael D.
    Washington, D. C.
  43. Lichon, Robert P.
    Chesaning, Mich.
  44. Lindquist, James E.
    Minneapolis, Minn.
  45. Lindstrom, Robert A.
    Anderson, Calif.
  46. Loniewski, Robert M.
    Detroit, Mich.
  47. Lory, Jeffrey K.
    Los Alamos, N. M.
  48. Purvis, Terry D.
    Lafayette, Colo.
  49. Taylor, George R.
    Springfield, Ga.
  50. Young, Roger M.
    Simi Valley, Calif.
  51. Lacell, Vernon R.
    Tillah, Wash.
  52. Riley, Billy D.
    Chandler, Okla.
  53. Wagers, Tracy G.
    Tulsa, Okla.
  54. Jamar, Don W.
    Brownsville, Texas
  55. Aswagen, Alan L.
    Nashua, Iowa

Navy Boot Camp Recruit Photos - Company 73-308

Company 73-308 Recruits Page One

Company 73-308 Recruits, Page 1

Company 73-308 Recruits Page Two

Company 73-308 Recruits, Page 2

Company 73-308 Recruits Page Three

Company 73-308 Recruits, Page 3

Company 73-308 Recruits Page Four

Company 73-308 Recruits, Page 4

Company 73-308 Recruits Page Five

Company 73-308 Recruit Honors

Top Image


Middle Image

Academic Award

Bottom Image

Outstanding Recruit

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