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Navy Boot Camp Book 1976 Company 25 The Anchor

Front Cover, Navy Boot Camp Book 1976 Company 025 The Anchor

Roster and Photos for Recruit Company 25 for 1976, United States Naval Training Center, San Diego, California. Company Commander: D. F. Goff, BM1. 61 Men Graduated.

Company 76-025 Honors

  • 3rd, 4th Academic
  • 3rd, 4th Barracks
  • 3rd, 4th Infantry
  • 3rd, 4th Athletic

Company 76-025 Leadership

  • Company Commander: D. F. Goff, BM1

Company 76-025 Recruit Roster

  1. D. K. Wilmoth
    Recruit Chief Petty Officer
  2. C. E. Foote
  3. R. L. Schlotfelt
  4. J. A. Jimenez
    Master at Arms
  5. B. G. Bierman
    Master at Arms
  6. Kenny R. Allen
    Houston, TX
  7. Andrew D. Aramburo
    San Leandro, CA
  8. Brian P. Armond
    Cupertino, CA
  9. Ronald J. Belcher
    Richland, WA
  10. Dan L. Benz
    Toppenish, WA
  11. Dominick P. Bisacca
    Monroeville, AL
  12. Michael L. Brant
    El Paso, TX
  13. Ronald J. Brendemihl
    Wallace, MI
  14. Allen T. Brooks, Jr.
    St. Louis, MO
  15. Kenneth J. Carter
    Hamilton, MT
  16. Hector L. Chapman
    El Paso, TX
  17. Mark A. Christensen
    Buena Vista, CO
  18. Joseph J. Coletta
    Berkely Heights, NJ
  19. Mark C. Cotter
    Pleasant Hill, CA
  20. Robert L. Cross
    Bend, OR
  21. Frank P. Dargan
    Cedar Falls, IA
  22. Brian M. Day
    Beloit, WI
  23. Michael A. Decker
  24. Steven R. Dixon
    Rawlins, WY
  25. Keith E. Donahue
    St. Louis, MO
  26. Ricky L. Edberg
    Hartford, SD
  27. John W. Fair
    Bend, OR
  28. Peter R. Ferraro
    El Paso, TX
  29. Eldon L. Furgason
    Eugene, OR
  30. Frederick A. Glubrecht
    Gladstone, OR
  31. John B. Goodman
    San Bruno, CA
  32. Eugene D. Johnson
    San Diego, CA
  33. Michael L. Langley
    Denver, CO
  34. Joseph E. Lorkovic
    Long Beach, CA
  35. Kenneth M. Rivas
    Alhambra, CA
  36. Ronald Robinson
    Milwaukee, WI
  37. Michael M. Rogers
  38. Richard W. Rose
    San Diego, CA
  39. Alfredo Salazar
    Pharr, TX
  40. William M. Traywick
    Benson, AZ
  41. Bob D. Tuttle
    Alamogordo, NM
  42. Jack S. Wallace
  43. Jerry L. Whitten
  44. Charles C. Duncan
    Zenia, CA
  45. Keith W. Shipp,
    Chicago, IL
  46. Anthony S. White
    Kokomo, IN
  47. Allen Hartford
  48. Danny R. Hobbs
    Grass Valley, CA
  49. Ralph Harris
    Chicago, IL
  50. Bruce Harper
    Medford, OR
  51. Maynard Melson
  52. M. Young
    Brawley, CA
  53. Marshall
  54. Correa
    Denver, CO
  55. M. P. Rogers
  56. Logan
  57. Henry
  58. Adams
  59. Koladzik
  60. Sullivan
  61. Raseberyer

Navy Boot Camp Recruit Photos - Company 76-025

Company 76-025 Recruits Page One

Company 76-025 Recruits, Page 1

Company 76-025 Recruits Page Two

Company 76-025 Recruits, Page 2

Company 76-025 Recruits Page Three

Company 76-025 Recruits, Page 3

Company 76-025 Recruits Page Four

Company 76-025 Recruits, Page 4

Company 76-025 Recruits Page Five

Company 76-025 Recruit Honors

Top Image


Bottom Left Image

Academic Award

Bottom Right Image

Outstanding Recruit

Company Commanders Training Group 05-76; Passing in Review

Company Commanders Training Group 05-76; Passing in Review

Recording: Sounds of "Boot" Training

Recording: Sounds of "Boot" Training

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