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Eternal Father, strong to save, 
Whose arm hath bound the restless 

Who bidd'st the mighty ocean deep 
Its own appointed limits keep; 
Oh, hear us when we cry to Thee, 
For those in peril on the sea! 

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Presented By The Class Of 1983 


William C. Stacia, Jr. 












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Sign On, Young Man, And Sail With Me. The Stature Of 
Our Homeland Is No More Than The Measure Of 
Ourselves. Our Job Is To Keep Her Free. Our Will Is To 
Keep The Torch of Freedom Burning For All. To This 
Solemn Purpose We Call On The Young, The Brave And 
The Strong, And The Free. Heed My Call. Come To The 
Sea. Come Sail With Me. - John Paul Jones 


Opening 5 

They That Go Down 
To The Sea In Ships, 
And Occupy Their 
Business In Great 
Waters; These Men 
See The Works Of 
The Lord, And His 
Wonders In The Deep. 
- Psalm 107 

6 Opening 






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Opening 7 


Discipline is willing obedience to attain the greatest good by 
the greatest number. It means laying aside, for the time being, 
of ordinary everyday go-as-you-please and do-what-you-like. It 
rfieans one for all and all for one - teamwork. It means a . 
machine - not of inert metal, but one of living men - an 
integrated human machine in which each does his part and 
contributes his full share. 

—Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King 

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Let every nation know, 
whether it wishes us well or ill, 
that we shall pay any price, 
bear any burden, meet any 
hardship, support any friend, 
oppose any foe, to assure the 
survival and success of liberty. 

— President John F. Kennedy 

Opening 1 1 

stand Navy Down The 
Field, Sails Set To The 
Sky, Well Never Change 
Our Course So Army 
You Steer Shy. Roll Up 
The Score Navy, 
Anchors Aweigh! Sail 
Navy Down The Field 
And Sink The Army, 
Sink The Army Gray! 

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Opening 13 





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The Colors must 
never be struck. 
— Lieutenant W.W. 
Burrows, Jr. USN 

While dying aboard his ship 
USS Enterprise, during the ac- 
tion in which she took HMS 
Boxer, 5 September 1813. 

Opening 15 

It Cannot Be Too Often Repeated That In Modern War, And 
Especially In Modern Naval War, The Chief Factor In Achieving 
Triumph Is What Has Been Done In The Way Of Thorough 
Preparation And Training Before The Beginning Of War. - 

Theodore Roosevelt 



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President Of The United States 


20 Cham Of Command 

Secretary Of Defense 


Chain Of Command 21 

Secretary Of The Navy 


22 Chain Of Command 

Chief Of Naval Operations 


Chain Of Command 23 

Commandant Of The Marine Corps 


24 Ch.3in Of Command 



Cham Of Command 25 

Commandant Of Midshipmen 


26 Cham Of Command 


MAJ Lasher Executive Assistant to the Commandant 

Cham Of Command ?7 


CDR FitzGerald 

CAPT Witting Senior Ctiaplair 

28 Cham Of Command 

LCDR Poch Administration 

LCDR Ledvina Legal LCDR Donovan Midn lj Hall Conduct ENS Harris Personnel 

CDR Neeb Food Serv LT Salcedo Asst FD LT Decker Financial lT Mower Disbursing 

Serv Adv 

CAPT Erickson Supply 

LCDR Herbert 

LT Love Uniforms 

Ctiain Of Command 29 




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The United States Naval Academy 
has undergone many changes since 
Secretary of the Navy George Ban- 
croft visited Fort Severn and estab- 
iished the Academy there on 15 Au- 
gust 1845. Commander Franldin Bu- 
chanan, Superintendent U. S. Navai 
Academy, declared the school open 
on 10 October 1845 with the admis- 
sion of two classes: the oldsters, the 
classes of 1840 and 41 who were so 
called because of their six years ex- 
perience in the Fleet, and the young- 
sters, the class of 1845. 

Discipline at the Academy was 
strict. Original regulations stated 
that during assigned study times be- 
fore classes midshipmen were not 
permitted to lounge or promenade 
around the grounds, but had to study 
in their rooms. No midshipman was 
permitted to leave the Yard without 
prior permission from the Superin- 
tendent or the Offlcer-in-Charge. 
Class accountability was very simple: 
professors were not allowed to ex- 
cuse students for tardiness or ab- 
sences, and anyone late or tardy for 
class was to be reported to the Super- 
intendent. Books for these manda- 
tory classes were provided at the mid- 
shipmen's expense, as were bedding 
and uniforms, when worn. Surpris- 
ingly, uniforms were not required, no 
military training was planned and 
musters, formations, and drill were 

Looking toward Strawberry Hill (Hospital Point) from the top of the "new building" (whert toWsiocaW), 


The Yard, 1927 


The Yard, 1940's. 


It is very easy to see changes in the 
appearance of the Yard over the years. 
Notice how the shoreline of Hospital 
Point has been retained. The addition of 
Hubbard Hall in 1927 did not affect the 
shoreline of the creek, as can be seen in a 
comparison of these pictures. The Hospi- 
tal was built in 1907. Norman Scott Nata- 
torium was dedicated on 10 April 1924, 
Macdonough Hall (originally a boat 
house) was completed 7 March 1903. 
The first dance held in Macdonough Hall 
was on 22 February 1908. when the boat 
house was converted to a gymnasium. It 
was a formal card affair and no spectators 
were allowed to attend this evening 
clothes required event. 

Norman Scott Natatorium. Macdonough Hall. Luce 
Hall, USNA Laundry. Hospital Point. 1940s. 

History. 33 

Unfortunately, in 1848 Professor Lockwood, a 
graduate of West Point, introduced drill to the 
Academy at the recommendation of the Academic 
Board. Even then the midshipmen refused to 
march in a military manner saying they were sail- 
ors, not soldiers. 




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Midshipman at inspection. 1893 


Department of Chemistrji' and Physics. 


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History 35 

Sick quarters 

inebrpejilidshipmen, 1879. 

Battalion of midshipmen at the U. S. Naval Academy in Newport, Rhode Island, 1863. 

The Tripoli Monument was re- 
moved from Washington, D.C. in 
1860 and placed in the Yard. This 
monument commemorates six 
American officers who were killed in 
action during the war with Tripoli. 

Another major event took place in 
1860. Lieutenant Christopher R. P. 
Rodgers. USN, Commandant of the 
Naval Academy, decided that a sharp 
destinction should be made between 
the four classes of midshipmen at the 
Academy. Since this time first class 
have always reigned supreme in the 
Academy's midshipmen power struc- 

On 27 April 1861 the Naval Acade- 
my was moved to Newport, Rhode Is- 
land because of the eruption of the 
Civil War. Maryland took a southern 
stand and some of its citizens even 
planned an attack on the Naval Acad- 
emy, so to avoid the destruction of 
the Academy which had progressed 
since 1845, then superintendent 
George S. Blake, Captain, USN, decid- 
ed to move the midshipmen aboard 
the Constitutution to Fort Adams. On 
27 April the steamer Baltic transport- 
ed the officers, instructors, their 
families, the library and academic 
aparati. On 13 May Lieutenant Rod- 
gers convened classes for the newly 
relocated Academy, which had ar- 
rived on 9 May. 


Bancroft Hall and the Naval Academy Chapel were designed by Ernest Flagg. 
The first wings of the Hall, the third and fourth, were completed in 1905. The 
Chapel was dedicated in 1908, and an extension was added in 1940. 

38 History 


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Luckily for the Academy, 
which was severely overcrowded 
in Newport, Congress passed an 
act permitting the Naval Acade- 
my to return to Annapolis by Oc- 
tober 1865. The Academy 
grounds had been inhabited by 
the Army, which abused it se- 
verely. The pictures on the fol- 
lowing pages show the progress 
the Administrations have made 
in developing the grounds into 
the beautiful historic landmark 
which it is today. 

But even though the grounds 
have progressed and changed, 
the midshipmen have not. They 
still drag their girls in the Yard, 
participate in sports, go to class, 
and of course, get in trouble 
with the conduct system. The 
following pages show an over- 
view of midshipmen life 
throughout the Academy's exis- 
tence, as well as the buildings, 
monuments, bridges and play- 
ing fields. 


Smoking was not always permitted at 
the Academy. On 2 December 1875 the 
Superintendent, C R.P. Rodgers. Rear Ad- 
miral, USN, realized he could not enforce 
the no smoking regulation so he appoint- 
ed a board to determine if smoking was as 
detrimental to midshipmen performance 
as believed by those in authority. He 

The Regulations of the Naval Acade- 
my prohibit the use of tobacco by the 
cadets, as a sanitary precaution, and 
as calculated to lessen their capacity 
for study. I am having much difficulty 
in enforcing this regulation, and if it 
be unnecessary I should be glad to 
know it. (Special Collection, Nimitz 

Therefore, we can imagine why these 
midshipmen are smiling. 

The Academic Group, Sampson, Maury 
and Mahan Halls, was completed in 1907. 
Mahan was originally used as a library and 
an auditorium, today it is used as an audi- 
torium only. Maury used to be the home 
of the "Liberal Arts" classes, but today it 
is used for Electrical Engineering and Na- 
val Engineering classes while Sampson is 
the building which houses the English and 
History Divisions. 

Both Dahlgren Hall and Macdon- 
ough Hall were completed on 7 
March 1903. Dahlgren was originally 
used as an armory, but recent ren- 
ovations have added the ice rink and 
the Drydock snack area. Today it is 
the home of the famous "Disco 
Dahlgren" informal dances, the Ring 
Dance, and numerous other social 

and tactics, 1920. 

Isherwood Hall, behind the Academic Group, 1935 
The Academic Group. 

Memorial Hall (notice the basketball courts on top of the wardroom). 

This is Bancroft Hall before the ad- 
dition of seventh and eighth wings. 
Notice Smoke Park, the absence of 
Mitscher Hall, the boat house on the 
edge of Farragut Field and the condi- 
tion of Farragut Field. Where Chau- 
venet and Michelson Halls now 
stand were water and tennis courts. 
Observe how close Santee Basin 
comes to the third wing terrace. The 
basketball courts above the ward- 
room are more visible in this picture. 

The Japanese Bell was added to 
the Yard's ornaments in 1858 when 
Commodore Matthew Perry's wid- 
ow donated the bell given to Com- 
modore Perry by the regent of the 
Ryukyu Islands during his expedition 
to Japan. 

he Japanese Bell, 1935. 

The Yard in the 1930's. 


apan, 14 August 1945. 

The Circle, 1945. 

A midshipman displays his locker, 1940. 


History 49 



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The 2200 member Brigade of Midshipmen dining irl§"i I'lW 



54 History 


Midshipmen studying, 1940's. 

The ritual of burying Math and 
Skinny used to occur after each 
class completed their mathematics, 
chemistry, physics, and electricity 
courses. The science courses re- 
ceived the name "skinny" back in 
1859 when Professor A.W. Smith, a 
very skinny man, was appointed 
Head of the Department of Physics 
and Chemistry. Throughout many of 
the Lucky Bags of old are references 
to skinny and the midshipmen's ha- 
tred of this course or courses. 

Aerial view of the Yard. 1945 

The Burial of Math and Skinny. 1940's. 



The 1950's saw midshipmen participating in a variety of activities. 
The Brigade, as a unit, traveled more in those days. Not only was the 
Army game a mass movement, the Brigade also went to New York City 
to watch Navy battle Columbia on the gridiron. George Welsh, later 
Navy Head Coach, was selected All-American quarterback during those 

Liberty was scarce in the 50's. Presidential Inaugural Parades took 
the Brigade to Washington to march in the grand processions. As soon 
as the ceremony was over, however, the busses would be loaded and 
the mids driven back to Annapolis. 

The Hall was a different environment for the mid but a plebe's life was 
difficult as always. Dreaded garters had to be worn with their socks. 
Each morning before sunrise, they had to close the firstclass windows to 
make it comfortable for them when they awoke. Since hazing was 
permitted, come-arounds were often physical as well as mental exer- 

All classes followed a general engineering curriculum, but foreign 
language requirements were fulfilled by one's own preference. Hands- 
on training in naval weaponry consumed a large amount of time, and for 
first class, aviation indoctrination occurred regularly in seaplanes on the 
Chespeake Bay. Fortunately, for the firsties. three weekends a semes- 
ter were granted for recovery from the routine! 

As each year ended, graduation ceremonies were completed in Dahl- 
gren Hall. As soon as the caps were tossed in the air. the plebes raced to 
Herndon and scaled it in their Service Dress Whites . . . and so it began 
all over again. 

tVlidshipmen staff paces through another formation 


Tennis courts flanked Bancroft Hall in 1957. 
The courts of competition were later replaced 
by academically oriented Michelson and 
Chauvenet Halls. 

58 History 

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Plebes flash mixed emotions as eyes roam ■out of the boat " Plebe Summer 1957 

History 59 


The decade of the 60's brought many 
changes to the Yard. The Brigade expand- 
ed from twenty-four companies to thirty- 
six when the seventh and eighth wings 
were completed. Bancroft Hall was en- 
tirely renovated. Work on Michelson and 
Chauvenet Halls was also begun, replac- 
ing the tennis courts that had flanked 
Stribling Walk. New YP's were bought for 
seamanship classes, and the battery of 
naval guns began to disappear from the 

The gravity of Vietnam circulated 
through the halls of Bancroft. Daily, MIA 
and KIA notices were read at the Anchor 
in remembrance of those who had re- 
cently filled the ranks of the Brigade. The 
fast paced lifestyle did not slow, however, 
and June Week came and passed for 
many classes. Plebes began climbing 
Herndon before Graduation and first class 
took the first dip in the now filled-in Re- 
flection Pool. By the end of the decade, 
the classes were graduating at the Navy- 
Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. 

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The 1970's saw change in the Yard's 
appearance and in the very core of the 
Brigade. New construction included 
the erection of both the Nimitz Library 
and Rickover Hall, which replaced the 
demolished laundry and power plant. 
Both Nimitz and Rickover Hall, con- 
trary to popular belief, did not begin 
yearly sinkage into the mud of the Sev- 
ern, but merely settled slightly after 
completion of construction. 

Academics took a tremendous step 
forward when the Majors Program was 
accredited at the Academy. Stress was 
put on academics, and the push has 
been instrumental in Brigade lifestyle 
ever since. 

The introduction of women in 1976 
also played a key role in Academy tran- 
sition. Life in the Hall changed tempo 
as traditional plebe indoctrination 
methods changed direction. Midship- 
men activities in Company areas were 
also refined. This influx combined with 
the push for superior academic 
achievement was truly a sign of the 
Academy's modernization. 

Mid's minds grasp knowledge. Mahan served as library in early seventies. 

Drag sports popular style of the 

decade while second classman models traditional look 


Plebes and new-found acquaintances discover one an- 
other at an original TEA Fight, 



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Firstie selects choice from thousands of volumes. 



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The final stages are nearly completed- a great 

memorial to our Navy's finest Aug. 72 


History 67 

Construction, once again, highlights 
the initial years of the 1980's. Old 
Thompson Field, past home of Navy 
football, was excavated in 1979 to 
make way for Navy's new natatorium, 
Lejeune Hall. The abandoned engineer- 
ing complex, Isherwood Hall, was torn 
down, followed by the demolition of 
the unsound College Creek bridge. 
Within the Hall, the environment had 
changed just a bit since the late seven- 
ties. A reversal in the seemingly lax 
standards of the previous years 
brought tighter regulation to the Bri- 
gade, but amidst gripes and grumbles, 
the pace continued. Though the build- 
ings and grounds in the Yard may 
change, life in the Brigade just seems 
to maintain a fairly straight course. 
With the passing of years, though, this 
too changes. 

General Barrow and Vice Admiral Wall 

68 History 

Firstie gathers courage and takes final jump for Navy, 

Barricaded bridge supports only occasional pedestrians 



EVOLVED . . . 

Though academics and professional instruction at the Academy play a major role in midshipman naval indoctrina- 
tion, summer cruise has always added that something extra. Without time in the Fleet, all the diagrams, notes, and 
lectures in class would never really sink in. Since the founding of the Naval Academy, midshipmen have taken to the 
seas to practice these essentials. During the 19th century, this consisted of months aboard huge sailing ships. 
Cutlasses and pistols were carried to ward off imaginary boarders, while the cannons were primed and fired. This 
sailing warfare was the key training component of that era. 

With the inception of steam power in the Navy, midshipmen began deploying on the large battleships of the early 
1900's. At the end of the academic year, large ships like the U.S.S. Missouri would steam up the Bay and anchor off 
the Academy. Entire classes in white works would board liberty boats proceed out to the ships and report aboard, 
beginning a sixty day adventure. Though there were watches to stand, and work to be done, the cruises often took 
them all over the world, making it very worthwhile. Liberty was at its finest, and some mids were able to cross the 
equator, taking on "shellback" status. 

As the years passed, cruises changed. Instead of ships coming to Annapolis, classes were flown all over the world 
to meet their hosts. Additionally, the duration of cruise shortened to its present day 4-6 week length. The shorter 
time on board, though, was offset by fewer mids per ship. With fewer numbers, the trainees often got greater 
individual attention. Better training, coupled with a tremendous variety of ship assignment opportunities, made the 
summer cruise a beneficial and challenging phase of midshipman training. 


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Mids make cutlasses and rifles ready for the ■■enemy." 1890 

Midshipmen gun crew fires a broad 
side. 1889 

Trainees" exemplify hard-working nature. 1902 

Onloading gear proves to 
be a major task. Steam/ 
sailing ship awaits mid- 
shipmen. 1911 

History 75 

Holystoning the wooden weatherdecks smoothes surface. Mids provide the strong . 

as U.S.S Kansas moves through Panama Canal locks 


Youngsters stand haircut inspec- 
tion. Note tiow enlisted are antici- 
pating the results! U.SS. Wisconsin 


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Sailor reviews rotors and motors. 1947 



M'ds mark spirit with the help of holystone^ 1948 

Army cadet sights in 40mm with the help of Navy man. 1952 
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History 85 

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History 89 


History 91 

Weapons instruction never ends. 

Many thanks to Jack Sweetman and 
his publication "A Place Called the 
Yard." U.S. Naval Institute, Nimitz 
Library Special Collections, Public 
Works, and the Photo Lab for all 
their help. 

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Plebes warm-up for AC year. 

Fresh haircuts adorn new arrivals. 

Plebe battles boxes of new gear 

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FIrsties face newcomers 

Plebes learn the basl( 

Natural marchers display agilit 



Manual of Arms. 

Officer's center. 


Color Company 

Admiral Rickover addresses the Brigade 

The Forrestal lecture series was designed to expose the 
midshipmen to leaders in both the civilian and military commu- 
nities. This year the Brigade was fortunate to have three out- 
standing speakers, Admiral Rickover, General Barrow, and Mr. 
H. Ross Perot. While Admiral Rickover and General Barrow 
were able to speak about their careers and military life, Mr. 
Perot told of an exciting escape from Iran which he himself 
organized. All were uniquely different, and yet they all spoke of 
leadership and the responsibility we, as midshipmen, have as 
future leaders. 

Mr. H. Ross Perot tells an exerting tale of an escap-J 
from Iran 


Come-arounds are a great way to start the day 

104 The Year 


The Chapel lies amidst changing trees. 
Homecoming fills the air. 



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Beauty lies before the rage of Winter. 
Flower beds take on a golden cover. 






CAPT R. Louis Reasonover. USN - Mathematics and Science 


110 The Year 


The Year 111 

John E Allen, Assistant Professor 

M S A E , Crandeld Institute of Tecfinology 
William J Bagana, Assistant Professor 

Ph , Michigan State Uniuersity: P E 
Richard W Campbell, Ma^or. USf^C 

M S , Naual Postgraduate School 
Bernard H Carson, Professor 

Ph , Pennsylvania State University; P E 
Richard A Everett. Lieutenant Commander, USN 

I Postgraduate School 
Andrew A Pouring, Pr 

D Eng , Yale Univer 
David F Rogers, Pi 

■ Polyt 
Maido Saarlas, Professor 

Ph D . University of Cincinnati 
Vadym V Ulgoff. Associate Professor 

Eng , fi^assachusetts Institute of 



CDR David L, Luck. USN, Chairman 

Reuben E, Alley. Jr.. Professor 

Ph D . Princeton Unrversity 
Barry M, Amos. Lieutenant Commander. USNR 

M S E E , Michigan State University 
Rodney J Barntiart. Visiting Professor 

li« S E E . University of Pennsylvania 
William E Bennett, Associate Professor 

Ph D . IVIississippi State University 
Stephen H Burns, Professor 

Ph D . Harvard University 
Steven C Carpenter, Captain, USIVIC 

M S E E , Naval Postgraduate School 
Robert S Chapman, Lieutenant, USN 

B.S , U S Naval Academy 
Gerald L Daniel, Lieutenant Commander, USN 

B S , North Carolina State University 
J R Y DeBlois, Lieutenant Commander, Canadian 

M S , Naval Postgraduate School 
Thomas L. Dempsey. Captain, USMC 

MS E S , Naval Postgraduate School 
Francis J Eberhardt, Professor 

Ph.D . Catholic University of America 
Richard A Flanigan, Lieutenant Commander, USN 

M S A E , Naval Postgraduate School 
Samuel E Giuoco, Lieutenant Commander, USNR 
(Associate Professor) 

Ed D , Oklahoma State University 

Ph D . University of Massachusetts 
Susan E Hauser. Assistant Professor 

Ph D , University of Wyoming 
Edward A Isajewicz, Jr , Captain, USMC 

MS E E , Naval Postgraduate School 
Wesley K Kay, Associate Professor 

MS E E , University of Kentucky 
Glenn E Leydort, Professor 

MS E E,, University of Maryland 
Tian S Lim, Associate Professor 

D Sc . George Washington University 
Glen C Long. Captain USA 

M S E E , Ohio State University 

Ph D , Univ 

sity of Maryland, P E 
stadt. Associate Professor 
ins Hopkins University 



Raymond Wasta, Associate Professor 
Ph D Pennsylvania State University 

Roderick E White, Major, USMC 
M S E E , Naval Postgraduate School 

Charles H Wilson, Lieutenant Commander, 
M S E E , Naval Postgraduate School 



Robert A Grange 

Ph D . University ol Maryland 
y of Maryland, P E 
John C Inghs, Captain. USAF 

M S , Columbia University 
Paul f Jacobs. Lieutenant Commander. CEC, USN 

M S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, P E 
Joyce, Associate Professor 

Sc D . Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Eugene L Keating. Associate Professor 

Ph D . Drexel University 
Harry H Keilh. Jr . Associate Professor 

Sc D . Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Edward W Kelly, Lieutenant Commander, USN 

M S M E . Naval Postgraduate School 
William M Lee, Associate Professor 

MS M E,, University of Pittsburgh; P E 
Vincent J. Lopardo. Professor 

Ph D , Catholic University of America; P E 
YehPei Lu, Visiting Prolessor 

Ph D , University of Houston 

Thomas N McKnight, Jr . Captain. USAF 

M S A E , Air Force Institute of Technology 
Myron H Miller, Assistant Professor 

Ph D . University of Maryland 
Kenneth F Read. Assistant Professor 

M.M.E.. Catholic University of America; P E 
George C. Slusher. Ma)or, USAF 

MachEngr. Massachusetts Institute ot Technology 
Russell A Smith, Professor 

Ph D . Catholic University of America 
John P Uldnck, Professor 

Ph D . University ot Florida, P E 



The Year 115 


Professor Charles F. Olsen, Chairman 

Gene P. Bender. Lieutenant Commander, USN 

MS. Air Force Institute of Tectinology 
William E Beyatte, Lieutenant Commander, USN 

M S , Naval Postgraduate Sctiool 
Charles G Brockus, Associate Professor 

PhD . Michigan State University 
Leslie R Carter. Lieutenant Commander, USN 

MS . Naval Postgraduate School 
Rodger B. Carter, Lieutenant Commander, USN 

M S Naval Postgraduate School 
Richard W Dawson, Lieutenant Commander, USN 

MS, Naval Postgraduate School 
Robert DeMoyer, Jr , Associate Professor 

Ph D . Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. P E. 
David R Frieden. Lieutenant Commander, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
Maurice A Gauthier, Lieutenant Commander, USN 

M S , Naval Postgraduate School 
Richard V Houska, Assistant Professor 

Ph D , University of Minnesota 
Kenneth A Knov«les, Jr , Associate Professor 

Ph D , University of Virginia 
Joseph S Krajnik, Lieutenant Commander, USN 

M S , Naval Postgraduate School 
Richard P Krulis, Commander, USN 

M S , Naval Postgraduate School 
Charles J Leidig, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
John H McKim, Lieutenant Commander. USN 

M S , Troy State University 
E Eugene Mitchell, Jr , Associate Professor 

Ph D , Clemson University 
Allen W Moored, Lieutenant Commander, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
Roger L Nesslage, Major, USMC 

M S , Naval Postgraduate School 

Anthony Raniszewski, Ma)or, USMC 

M S , Naval Postgraduate School 

Olaf N Rask, Associate Professor 

Ph D , The Johns Hopkins University 
George E Schall, Lieutenant Commander, USN 

M S , Michigan State University 
Gary L Smith, Lieutenant Commander, USN 

M S , Naval Postgraduate School 
Jerry W Watts, Assistant Professor 

Ph D , University of California at Irvine 

John C Wiles, Lieutenant Colonel, USAF 

M S , Air Force Institute of Technology 

MAJ Raniszewski. USMC 


116 The Year 


Robert Shenk, Co 
Ph D . University of Kan 
sley. Associate 

iistant Professor 
Ph D , University o( Wyoming 
ivid A White, Assistant Professor 
Ph D , Indiana University 


1 D , Un 

f Pennsylvania 

MA.. Yale University 
John Wooten. Assistant Professor 
Ph D . Vanderbilt University 


Philip R Marshall, Associ 

Ph D , University of Pennsylvania 
Daniel M Masterson. Assistant Professor 

Ph , Michigan State University 
Monte Gene Montgomery, Captain. USMC 

M A , Eastern New Mexico University 
Brendan P Ryan, Captain. USMC 

j.Mc. w.dutenani Commander, USNR 

M A . Calilornia State University 
Jack Sweetman, Assistant Profess 

Ph D , Emory University 
Craig L Symonds, Associate Protessor 

,„,,,^^ , ,. . Associate 

Ph D . The Johns Hopkins Uni\ 
Larry V Thompson. Professor 

Ph D , University of Wisc_ _ 
Mary M Torbik. Ensign. USNR 

M A , University of Maryland 
James W Williams, Lieutenant Commander, USNR 
(Assistant Professor) 


: Commander. USNR 


18 The Year 

Postgraduate School 
Robert S Kilcourse. Assocrate Professor 

Ed . Florida State University 
W Charles Myiander I 


Ph D , Stanford University 
Anthony F Norcio, Assistant Professor 

Ph D , Catholic 
Charles A Perkins, Lieutenant 

Commander, SC, USN 

1^ S , Naval Postgraduate School 
Ralph C Rosacker. Major, USMC 

1^ B A , University of Texas 
Frederick A Skove. Assistant Pn 

M S Rutgers University 
Randall r. Spoeri, Associa 

Ph D , Texas A&M I 
Robert E Steed, Assistant Pr 

C A S E , The Johns Hopkin 
Hugh J Stephei 

Commander, USN 

MBA, Florida Institute of Technology 
Robert J Young, Lieutenant. USN 

M S , Naval Postgraduate School 



CDR William H. Rivera. USNR. Chairman 

Graham T Cheek. Assistant Professor 


Ph D . University ol Georgia 

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Roland R Corey. Jr , Professor 



Ph D . University of California at Davis 


Robert J Coughlin. lvla|or, USA 


M.S.. Tulane University 

Mark J. Elert, Assistant Professor 



Ph D . University of California at Berkeley 

M.S.. Purdue University 

Frank J. Gomba. Associate Professor 

A.M.. Montclair State (New Jersey) 

Ralph D Haddock. Captain, USMC 

David L 

Lieutenant Commander, USN 

MS . University of Washington 



f Nebraska 

Owen L Jones, Associate Professor 


Von Terse 

h. Lieutenant, MSC, USNR 

Ph D . West Virginia University 


Jniversity o 


Tappey H Jones. Assistant Professor 

Boyd A 

Waite, Assis 

ant Professor 

Ph D . University of North Carolina 



f California at Berkeley 

Taylor B Jones. Assistant Professor 


D Walton. A 

ssistant Professor 

Ph.D , University of Texas at Austin 



f Maryland 

Joseph F King. Captain. USA 


Watras. Maior. USAF 

MS . Yale University 
Edward Koubek, Professor 


niversity of 

Northern Colorado 

David L 


. Assistant Professor 

Ph D,. Brown University 


Michigan S 

ate Unive 


Fred J, Mallgrave. Lieutenant Commander, USh 

M.S.. Naval Postgraduate School 
Sandra B March. Lieutenant (j g ). USNR 

MS . Pennsylvania State University 
Samuel P Massie. Professor 

Ph . Iowa State College 
Oaryl K Melton. Lieutenant Commander. USN 


1 F Price. Assis 
1 D , University 

I Professor 

V Rollins. Professor 

Ph D , Georgetown University 
Charles F Powell. Professor 

Ph D . Oregon State University 
Ronald J Scholefield, Lieutenant Commander. USNR 

MS. IHtnois Institute of Technology 

Ph D . Brown University 
Joyce E Shade. Assistant Professor 

Ph D , University of Louisville 
Don G Sheets. Professor 

Ph , University of Michigan 
William M Smedley. Professor 

M S . Northwestern University 
William J Ver^ino. Jr . Commander. USNR 

Ph D . Colorado State University 


120 The Year 

Professor Smedley 

Professor Kaplan 

James C 

Abbott, Professor 


University of Notre Dame 

Peter P 

Andre, Associate Professor 


Yale University 

Craig K 

Bailey, Assistant Professor 


Michigan State University 

Theodore J Benac, Professor 


Yale University 

Ebon E 

Betz, Professor 


University of Pennsylvania 


Buchanan, Assistant Prote 


University of Delaware 

Ralph Steven Butcher, Assistant Pro 


University of Kansas 

Gary L 

Kirk, Lieutenant Commander, USN 


Maval Postgraduate School 

Philip C 

Koch, Associate Professor 


Larry C 

Kreiger. Lieutenant. USNR 


'ortland State University 

Rebecca A Lee, Assistant Professor 


University of California at Riverside 


erner. Assistant Professor 


George Washington University 


J Linhart, Major, USMC 


Naval Postgraduate School 


L Lynn, Lieutenant Commander. USN 

M S , 

Naval Postgraduate School 


Manicke. Assistant Professor 


University of Maryland 

i^assell. Assistant Professor 


City University of New York 


Maval Postgraduate School 

Peter A 

McCoy. Associate Professor 


University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee 


Meyerson. Associate Professor 


Stanford University 

Courtney H Moen. Assistant Professor 


University of Chicago 

C Ed*a 

rd Moore. Associate Professor 


University of Maryland 


J Moulis, Assistant Professor 


University of Delaware 


L Penn. Associate Prolessor 

Cal T Swanson. Lk 

M S , University of V.rgin.a 
Bruce E Truog. Lieutenant Commander. USNR 
M A . College of St Joseph the Provider 

Tsao, Assistant Professor 
Ph D . University of Michigan 

S Tuns 
PhD . The Johns Hopkins Un 

C Turner. Associate Professor 
Ph D . Princeton University 
Wayne M Wanamaker. Lieutenant. USNR 
if South Florida 
Assistant Professor 
of California at Los 
Peter J Welcher, Assistant Professor 
Ph D , Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Yancey, Assistant Professor 
iity of Maryland 
Karen E. Zak. Assistant Professor 
Ph.D.. University of Massachusetts 





PhD-. Catholic University 
Carol E Albert. Assistant Professor 

Ph . University of Chicago 
Donald W Brill, Professor 

Ph D , Catholic University of America 
James R Buckmelter, M3|or. USAF 

Ph D , Rutgers University 
Patricia E Burt. Assistant Professor 

Ph D , Catholic University of America 
Gerald P Calame. Professor 

PhD . Harvard University 
Frank J Camelio, Lieutenant. USNR 

M Ed.. Tufts University 
Francis D Correll. Assistant Professor 

Ph D . The Johns Hopkins University 
David A DeBruyne, Captain. USMC 

M S . Air Force Institute of Technology 
Samuel A Elder. Professor 

William E Fasnacht. Associate Professor 

Ph D . The Catholic University of America 
John J Fontanella. Associate Professor 

Ph D . Case Institute ol Technology 
Barry A Gastrock, Captain. USN 

Ae E . Naval Postgraduate School 
Billie J Graham. Professor 

Ph D . Catholic University ol America 
Graham D Gutsche. Professor 

Ph D . Catholic University of America 
Edgar D Hall. Associate Professor 

MS . Catholic University of America 
Joseph F Hollywood. Jr . Assistant Professor 

B A . St John's College 
Thomas J Humanic. Assistant Professor 

Ph D . University ol Pittsburgh 
Robert L Jennette. Research Professor 

Ph D , New York University 
Richard L Johnston, Professor 

Ph D . Catholic University of America 
fvlurray S Korman. Assistant Professor 


)kins University 
late Professor 

MS E . The Johi 
Bruce H Morgan. 

J D . The George Washington University 
David A Nordling, Associate Professor 

MS , Catholic University of America 
Frank P Pursel. Ensign. USN 

B S . U S Naval Academy 
Charles W Rector. Professor 

Ph D , The Johns Hopkins University 
Carl S Schneider, Professor 

Ph D . Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Leslie R Schwei^er, Associate Professor 


M S . Virginia Polytechni 
Robert N Shelby, 

Jon S Tandy. Lieutenant. USN 

M S.E . Catholic University of America 

Tankersley. Associate Professor 
Ph D . Stanford University 
Donald J Treacy. Pi 
Ph D , Princeton University 

[ Professor 

I Professor 

Sussex (England) 

Ben J Cagle. Visiting Professor 

M S . California Institute of Technology 
Robert L Clark. Lieutenant. USN 
Postgraduate School 

Commander, USN 
M S . Naval Postgraduate School 
Douglas W Edsall, Associate Professor 

Ph D . Columbia University 
John W Foerste 

Ph D , University of Connecticut 
John F Hoflmann, Professor 

Ph D , The Johns Hopkins University. P E 
Commander. USN 
Postgraduate School 
William D Morris, Lieutenant Commander. USN 
M S , Naval Postgraduate School 
Postgraduate School 
Paul F Quinn, Lieutenant Commander, USN 

M S . Naval Postgraduate School 
Wayne R Sand. Visiting Research Professor 

Ph D , University ot Wyoming 
Warren T Spaeth. Jr . Lieutenant Commander. USN 

Postgraduate School 
Jerome Williams. Professor 

M A . The Johns Hopkins University 
Fred C Zeile. Lieutenant Commander, USN 
M S . Naval Postgraduate School 



Vinfned H Battke, Commander, Feder 
German Naval Academy 

Brent, Assistant Professor 
Ph.D.. Pennsylvania State University 
Sharon G Dahlgren, Assistant Professor 
PhD . Columbia University 

I C Halbig, Associate Professor 
' University 

rnandez. Lieutenant (j.g 
Mexican Navy 

Mexican Naval Academy 
Daniel T Y 

LLB-. Soochow Univeri! 
Gladys Rivera-La Scala. Assistant Professor 

Ph.D., University ot Pennsylvania 
Edward J Satferthwaite, Associate Professor 

' California at Berkeley 
'ladimir S. Tolstoy, Assistant Professor 
M.S.. Georgetown University 

t Commander. French Navy 
French Naval Academy 



:«iS tOuiP*^*^ fifStSKED fOfI US 


Harry W Benter, Captain. USN 

M S , George Washington University 
Gerald C Berg. Visiting Instructor 

M A . University of Maryland 
William R Bovi/man. Associate Professor 

Ph D.. University of fVIaryland 
John Eric Fredland. Associate Professor 

Ph D . University of Michigan 
Arthur Gibb. Jr , Associate Professor 

Ph D , University of Michigan 
Rae Jean Goodman. Associate Professor 

Ph D . Washington University 
F Reed Johnson. Associate Professor 

Ph . SUNY at Stony Brook 

C Duncan MacRae. Visiting Professor 

Ph D . Cambridge University 
Edward P McLyman, Captain. USMC 

M S , Pepperdine University 
Clair E Morns, Professor 

Ph D . University of Wisconsin at Mai 
Robert L Pirog. Visiting Assistant Prof( 

Ph D . Columbia University 
Stephen P Swierczek, Lieutenant, US^ 

MBA, Loyola University (Chicago) 

Thomas A Zak, Assistant Professor 

Professor Morris 





126 The Year 

CDR Julius B^ Dell. Jr., USN. Chairman 

James E Bartlelt. III. Lieutenant Commander 

J D . Albany Law Sctiool Union University 
Alan L Bergstrom. Lieutenant Commander. 


Gene J Conm. Lieutenant. USN 

B S G . Villanova University 
Walter L Easton. Lieutenant. USN 

B S . U S Naval Academy 
Edmond D Eaton. Captain. USMC 

B S . U S- Naval Academy 
John C Fowler, Lieutenant. IVISC. USN 

Pti D . US International University 
°-- -- '■ ■■ MSC. USN 

1 D . Tula 

ison. Associate Pro 
sity of Tennessee 
Maior. USMC 


Ttiomas H Hutct 

Dennis A Kelly. I 
Pti D . Otiio Sti 
Gregory J Mann. Professor 

Ed D . University of Maryland 
Karel Montor. Associate Professor, 

Pfi D : University of Maryland 
David H Myers. Lieutenant, JAGC USN 

J D . Valparaiso University 
Stephen A OBnen. Lieutenant. USN 

M A . Central Michigan University 
Gary D Patton. Lieutenant Commander USN 

M S . University of Arkansas 
Kenneth P Pisel. Lieutenant. USN 

B S . U S Naval Academy 
Edward M Salemi. Lieutenant Commander USN 

B S , Towson State College 
Raymond N Sampson, Lieutenant Commander 

Ph D 


Ph D , 


1 D , Univ 


Commander, MSC, USN 
iglon State University 
e. Lieutenant, USN 
b-S,, Indiana University 
Clyde J Villemez, Jr.. Lieutenant Commander. 

Commander. USN 



CDR Michael E. Moffat, USN, Chairman 

Chris L Alberg. Lieutenant, USN 

eutenant Commander, 

Alan T Baker. Lieutenant, USN 

B,S , U S Naval Academy 
James S Bane, III, Lieutenant. USN 

S-S , U S Naval Academy 
James L Bardolf-Smith, Lieutenant 
Commander, RN 

Britannia Royal Naval College 
Frederick T Brink, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
Mictiael S Campagna, Lieutenant, USN 

Craig H Cov»en, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , US Naval Academy 
Peter S Craig, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
James R Cranford, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , US Naval Academy 
Leo D Cullen, Lieutenant, USN 

B.A , Mansfield State 
Thomas J Cutler, L 

B.A , Towson State University 
Jack F Dalrymple, Jr., Lieutenant, USN 

B A , University of North Carolina at 
Chapel Hill 
Stephen G Demeranville, Lieutenant, USN 

B.S., U S Naval Academy 
Martin A Drake, Lieutenant, USN 

B.S-, U S Naval Academy 
William T Driscoll, Lieutenant, USN 

B.S , U S Naval Academy 
David L Fischer, Lieutenant, USN 

B.S,, U S Naval Academy 
Gregory A Foster, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
Richard F Frank, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
Jeffrey D Garmon, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
Robert B Guild, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
leffrey L Holloway, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 

, Hueseman, Lieutenant. USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
Richard E Johnson, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
Ida, Lieutenant, JMSDF 
Japan Defense Academy 
Latonick, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
Dennis M Lunghofer, Lieutenant 
Commander, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
"homas F McElwee. Lieuten; 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
imothy M McLaughlin 
Commander, USN 

B S , University of North Carolina at 
Chapel Hill 
Stephen D McWilliams. Lieutenant, USN 

B.S,. US Naval Academy 
Altineu P Miguens, Lieutenant Commander, 

Donald P Mori, 

B S , University of Nebrasksa 
Allan R Nadolski, Lieutenant. USN 

B S . U S Naval Academy 
Robert F Nichols, Jr . Lieutenant, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
Remy J Pattyn, Lieutenant, USN 

B A , Western Michigan University 
Robert J Prodoehl, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , US. Naval Academy 
John A Read, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , US Naval Academy 
Francesco Ricci, Commander, IN 

Italian Naval Academy 
Dennis J Ringle, Lieutenant, USN 

M A., Central Michigan University 
Dee A Rudd, Lieutenant, USN 

B.S , California State University of 

Howard B Sidman, Lieutenant Commander. 

B S , US. Naval Academy 
Michael S. Skopal, Lieutenant, RAN 

Royal Australian Naval College 
Peter W Stromann. Lieutenant, USN 

B S , US Naval Academy 
Timothy J Supko, Lieutenant Commander, 

B S , US Naval Academy 
Reginald Thompson, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , US Naval Academy 
David C Wagner, Lieutenant. USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
John H Walters, Lieutenant, USN 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
Douglas E. Wertz. Lieutenant. USN 

B S . The Citadel 
Gehrig M Wiles. Lieutenant Commander, 

B S , U S Naval Academy 
Bert C Wylds, Director of Sailing 

USCG Master Pilot and Master Sailing 


B S , Brazilian Naval Academy 


Joseph C DuH. Associate Professor 

M S . Mankato State College 

David E Church. Commander. USN 

B S . West Virginia University 

B,S , U S Naval Academy 

Robert H Dyer, Instructor 

Stephen Buinovszky 

Deputy Physical Education Officer 

B S , University of Vermont 

M S , Riding Master Academy, Hungary 

James M Gehrdes, Associate Professor 

Scott R Eckert. Lieutenant. USN 

Paul T Boudreau 

e S , Pennsylvania State University 

B S , U S Naval Academy 

B A,. Boston College 

Scheduling Officer 

John F Fifzpatrick, Instructor 

Joseph B Diange 

Heinz W Lenz. Associate Professor 

B S , Bowling Green State University 

B S., Pennsylvania State University 

M S , Columbia University 

John Havlik. Instructor 

Kenneth B Dreyfuss 

Director, Sports Information 

B A . West Virginia University 

M Ed , University of Pennsylvania 

Thomas F Bates 

Debra K Helle, Lieutenant, USN 

Steven Dunlap 

B B A , University of Notre Dame 

B S , Southern Connecticut State College 

B,S,. West Virginia University 

Physical Education Staft 

John H Higgins, Associate Professor 

Paul C Evans 

Edward L Abner, Lieutenant. USN 

B S , Ohio State University 

M Ed , St Lawrence University 

B S . U S Naval Academy 

Peter M Kormann, Instructor 

Gerald E Franks 

Steven J Ahlberg. Lieutenant Commander. 

B S , Southern Connecticut State College 

MEd . George Washington University 


Henry J Ku2ma. Lieutenant, USN 

William J Haushalter 

B S . Oregon State University 

B S , U S Naval Academy 

M Ed , Indiana University of Pennsylvania 

Michael S Allison. Instructor 

David R Laton, Instructor 

Peter F Herrmann 

B S . Roanoke College 

M Ed , University of Maryland 

B,S , State University of New York 

Lee W Lawrence, Assistant Professor 



1^ S , Springfield College 

Damon R Hostetter 

B S . U S Naval Academy 

Barbara A Lawson, Assistant Professor 

B S , U S Naval Academy 

Robert E Bayliss. Associate Professor 

M S , University of Illinois 

Terrance R Lewis 

Robert L Lawson, Assistant Professor 

B,S , Southern University 

Stephen N Belichick, Associate Professor 

M S , Oregon State University 

Robert Morrison 

MA . Western Reserve University 

Brian L fvlathews. Assistant Professor 

ME. Bowling Green State University 

William J Bircher, Instructor 

B A , Washington College 

Larry R Ringer 

M Ed . Louisiana State University 

Lawrence G tulyers. Assistant Professor 

B S , Murray State University 

David A Brown. Assistant Professor 

Ed D , West Virginia University 

Nicholas L Saban 

B S . Slippery Rock State College 

Robert D Papek, Captain, USrvIC 

M Ed , Kent State University 

Albert A Cantello. Associate Professor 

B S , U S Naval Academy 

Thomas R Spann 

MA. Bowie State College 

Edwin C Peery, Associate Professor 

M Ed.. Bowling Green State University 

Alan R Clever. Lieutenant. USN 

B S , University of Pittsburgh 

Gary F Tranquill 

B S . U S Naval Academy 

William A Savering, Assistant Professor 

MA,. Wittenburg University 

Rex W Clothier. Associate Professor 

M Ed , Pennsylvania State University 

Michael J Waters 

M S . University of Washington 

Cynthia J Schendel, Lieutenant, USNR 

B S . US Naval Academy 

Jack M Cloud. Associate Professor 

M S , Arizona State University 

Assistant Director of Athletics 

B S . College of W.lliam and Mary 

Michael Schoefield, Instructor 

James W Slanchard. Jr . Captain. USN 

David E Coggan. Lieutenant, USN 

B S , University of Pittsburgh 


B S , U S Naval Academy 

Emerson P Smith, Associate Professor 

Jan B Dainard, Instructor 

M Ed , Bowie State College 

Assistant Director of Athletics for 

MS , State University of New York 

Joseph Suriano. Assistant Professor 

Admissions Coordination 

Andre R Deladrier, Associate Professor 

M A , Eastern Michigan University 

David P. Smalley 

M A . Columbia University 

Ehiah A Turner, Lieutenant, USN 

B.S.. US Naval Academy 

Donald L Dembrow. Instructor 

B S . US, Naval Academy 

8 S . Southern Connecticut State College 

Reginald P Wicks, Assistant Professor 


Coach Tranquil 



D&B drums out beat for Brigade Marchover. 
Friendship warms pre-game formation. 


The Eighth-Wing Players are composed of the six 
companies in the sixth Battalion. On Thursday nights 
before home football games, and occasionally just for 
the heck of it, one company in the battalion will put on 
a half hour show. With mids hanging out of windows, 
and gathered in the parking lot below, the stage is set 
for the entrance of the Pink Panther. The time away 
from studying is well spent when one can watch some 
of the best satire on Academy life there is to be found. 



Two-for-seven night celebrates the night that the second class de- 
cide to remain at the Academy for two more years and in the Navy for 
seven more. While this is always a difficult decision, it is a great time to 
enjoy good food and drink with classmates, and to fantasize about 
what is in store after graduation. 

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The Year 135 

f I 


Halloween is probably one of the nnore eagerly awaited 
events at USNA. It is a night were everyone goes a little bit 
crazy. First, is the pumpkin carving contest which all compan- 
ies can enter. After that comes the dinner at which time the 
wardroom is at its most colorful. Everyone comes to dinner in 
costume and it is quite an experience to walk around looking at 
the costumes. After dinner is over it is back to the company 
areas where upperclass go trick-or-treating to all the plebe 
rooms. It is a great time for all that allows a healthy release of 
creativity and spirit. 

Best of friends! 

There's always a general or two. 


138 The Year 

Mids come from just about everywher 


The military and the gentry. 

Talking to the postman. 




The Secretary of the Navy Distin- 
guished Midshipmen Graduates Program 
was established to honor those United 
States Naval Academy and Naval Reserve 
Officers Training Corps midshipmen who 
meet the highest standards of leadership, 
academic, and military performance. The 
graduates honored include twenty USNA 
midshipmen and one midshipman from 
each of the NROTC units. In selecting indi- 
vidual midshipmen for this program, con- 
sideration is given to their demonstrated 
leadership, academic, and military attri- 
butes. This program provides an opportu- 
nity for these outstanding midshipmen to 
meet with the senior leadership of the 
Navy and be recognized for their superior 
accomplishments as midshipmen. 

under Secretary of the Navy Mr. James F. Goodrich addresses the distinguished graduates. 


144 The Year 

The Distinguished Midshipmen Graduates at the Awards Banquet. 

•f i -5' 


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as i 3 i • 4 f E :^r'= : M ■: s i ' 

Dinner in Memorial Hall follows a 
day at the Pentagon. 



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The Year 145 


146 The Year 



148 The Year 

Navy Air. 

Waiting to choose. 

Talking with the detailers. 





The Yard from across the Severn. 
The center of the Yard. 


The Year 153 


154 The Year 




Navy's faithful fans give support 

156 The Year 



Mids turned actors 




The show continues. 

The Year 159 




AND DRILL jr j f ^ ^ 

Brigade Staff 






I •<> f"^ 

Fourth Battalion 

Brigade Attention Con 

ning on to Worden Field. 


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1 ^*] 

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Midn 4/C Oravec? 

f. _ «Sf 

Encircling Herndon. 
Building the second tier. 




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Taking the plunge after the Color Parade 

The Dedication Parade 

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166 The Year 







Plebe year brought a great 
many changes to the lives of 
most of the people in the 
class. Few had any military 
background. Short haircuts 
and formal inspections were 
the norm Plebe Summer. 
Recon Raids became the 
thing to do. Plebe year saw 
Navy whip Army at JFK sta- 
dium for the last time. Final- 
ly the year came to an end 
when the cover came off of 
Herndon. Youngster year 
doesn't have quite the ex- 
citement of Plebe year. Most 
youngsters are content to 
go to class and try to main- 
tain good grades while hav- 
ing a good time. 


Second class year saw more ex- 
citement come into our lives. We 
started the year with a party to cele- 
brate our commitment. Leadership 
Mess Night was a time to remember, 
with all the interesting speakers and 
officials. That year the Army-Navy 
game was played in bitter cold and a 
heavily favored Navy team could do 
little to overcome an inspired Army 
team and the game wound up in a 
tie. At the end of the year we all got 
the coveted Ring which signifies our 
bond to the Navy and the Academy. 
First class year brought all the free- 
doms and responsibilities we all 
waited for. We got to look at plebe 
summer from the other side. There 
was Service Selection Night to make 
the cold winter days seem shorter. 
From there it was a coast to gradu- 
ation. Color Parade marked the end 
of our drill. One day later we tossed 
our caps and ended one phase of 
our careers and started a new one. 

Leadership Mess Night 
The Ring Dance 

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The first week of the season found Navy going 
against former head coach George Welsh and the 
Virginia Cavaliers. The defense proved to be the 
difference holding Virginia to two field goals when 
they had the ball inside the ten yard line. In the 
end navy prevailed 20-16. The next week Navy 
went up against perennial powerhouse Arkansas. 
The team put up a good fight, falling 29-17 to the 
Razorbacks.Navy was led by quarterback Marco 
Pagnanelli who completed 19 of 30 passes for 
274 yards and 2 TD's. 



Napoleon McCallum rushes against Virginia. 

Pagnanelli taking the snap from center 

Pagnanelli running 
around end. 

178 Sports 



^^^BpS^ ^ "^^^^^^^^K^n^^^^jMumtBS^ 

Kicking tor three. 
Lining up tor ttie snap. 


Navy Surprises Unbeaten Duke, 27-21 

Following the trip to Arkansas, Navy re- 
turned home to face Boston College. BC quar- 
terback Doug Flutie led a potent offense that 
racked up 31 points in a convincing shutout of 
the Midshipmen. The next week, Navy put to- 
gether perhaps their finest performance of the 
season in a 27-21 upset of the Duke Blue Dev- 
ils. The Mids rode to a 27-0 lead early in the 
third quarter, largely on the strength of the 

long right arm of quarterback Marco Pagnanelli 
and the running of Napoleon McCallum. Pag- 
nanelli, who completed 1 5 of 1 7 tosses for 171 
yards and two touchdowns, set a new Navy 
record for single game completion percentage. 
McCallum rushed for a season-high 211 yards 
on 36 carries, and shared AP National Player of 
the Week honors with Pagnanelli. 



180 Sports 

Navy Wins, 

Loses, Evens 

Mark 3-3 


Springs to 
early i"t^ 
strong in 



182 Sports 

Navy went back out on the road the 
following week, traveling to Colorado 
Springs to face a bowl-bound Air Force 
Academy squad. After falling behind 
early in the game, the Mids came back 
strong in the second half, tying the 

game at 21-21. Air Force would not be 
denied the victory, however; a Falcon 
field goal with one second remaining 
made the final tally 24-21, Air Force. 
The Midshipmen overwhelmed an 
outmanned William and Mary team at 

home, 39-3, in their next contest. It 
was a fine show for fans of the wide 
open offense designed by new head 
coach Gary Tranquill, as Navy racked 
up 559 yards, the best since a school- 
record 653 yards in 1970. 




A crowd of 30,000 showed up for the Homecoming match 
versus the Citadel. Navy didn't disappoint the large crowd as the 
mids rolled up a 28-3 victory over the Bulldogs. The victory was a 
costly one, though, with both Marco Pagnanelli and Weiler being 
lost for the season to injuries and Eric Wallace was lost for four 
weeks. The next week the Mids travelled to the Meadowlands for 
the yearly match with Notre Dame. Navy played well but lost to 
the Irish 27-10. 

Tackling the quarterback. 

Napoleon McCallum returns a kickoff. 

,»- \ 

Mids Run By 

Syracuse, Fall To 


The Midshipmen took their 5-4 re- 
cord back out on the road the next 
week, traveling to South Carolina. 
The game saw Navy lose a second 
starting quarterback to injury; senior 
Tom Tarquinio fell in the third quar- 
ter. Though his replacement, sopho- 
more Ricky Williamson, was able to 
lead Navy on a long TD drive in the 
third quarter, the Gamecocks proved 
to be too much for the Mids to han- 
dle, winning 17-14. 


Navy If 

the amui 
vice ac3 
warm *6 
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Advancing the ball against a tough Cadet defense. 

Return of the exchange students. 

188 Sports 


Navy met Army in Philadelphia for 
the annual clash between the ser- 
vice academies in unseasonably 
warm weather. The special teams 
provided an early break as the punt 
coverage unit came up with an Army 
fumble of Mark Colby's first punt. 

The Mids got the ball on the 8 yard 
line and three plays later were 
ahead 7-0. At halftime Navy led 10-7 
as the Cadets proved to be tough to 
move the ball on. The Navy defense 
held Army rushers to only 58 yards 
while McCallum and Clouse com- 

bined for 1 52 yards. Late in the third 
quarter Navy scored again as sopho- 
more quarterback Ricky Williamson 
hit Cebak for a touchdown. Navy 
went on to win the game for the 
third time in the last four years, 24- 

Napoleon McCallum cuts back to avoid a tackle. 
The tough Navy defensive line. 




Navy's cross country team registered its 
third unbeaten dual meet season in the last five 
years, captured the Lehigh Invitational, and fin- 
ished third in the Heptagonals Games Associ- 
ation Championships at Van Cortland Park in 
New York City. Junior Sean Roskey was the top 
Navy performer at the Heps with a sixth place 
standing, followed by another second class- 
man, Mark Patterson, who finished 11th and 
senior captain Willie McCool who was 12th. 

A Navy runner 
holds a slim 
lead against St. 

'' i 

Senior Mike Kohrs takes the early lead against St. Joseph's. 

The start of the St. 
Josephs meet. 




The Mids finished seventh in the NCAA Dis- 
trict II Championships, as youngster Dwight 
Woodruff (37th) and Patterson (38th) led all 
Navy Finishers. The Mids defeated Army for 
the ninth straight year in the sport. Blanking 
the Cadets, 15-50 en route to coach Al Cantel- 
lo's 13th straight winning season 

A lone Navy runner makes his way through the woods 

Three Navy run- 
ners lead the way 
against St. Jo- 

150's Drop 

Opener, Win 

Final Four 

With a 4-1 record, Navy's 150- 
pound football team fell one victory 
short of the Eastern Lightweight Foot- 
ball League championship. After los- 
ing their opener to Cornell, 12-10, the 
150's reeeled off four straight victo- 
ries, including a 27-7 domination of 

Against Army, senior fullback Chris 

Butler and sophomore running back 
Joe Mines combined for 173 yards 
rushing and four touchdowns. Butler, 
the Mids' rushing leader, closed out 
his career with 298 yards rushing on 
39 carries and four touchdowns in a 
31-7 romp over Rutgers. His total for 
the season of 649 yards rushing led 
the ELFL. 

Butler and senior middle guard 
Sean O'Connor netted All-ELFL first 
team honors for the third consecutive 
year, while junior defensive tackle 
Rob McGarrity was named to that 
team for the second straight year. 
Other Mids receiveing All-ELFL hon- 
ors were Dale Weaver, Steve Fiedler, 
Jim McGregor, and Vince McAneney. 

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Navy finished 8-6-3 to record 
its 29th non-losing season in 
the past 30 years. The Mids en- 
joyed a six-game unbeaten 
skein at mid-season which in- 
cluded capturing the Old Do- 
minion Harbor Front Classic 
with a 2-0 victory over then 
17th ranked Fairleigh-Dickin- 
son in that tournament's 
championship tilt. Navy also 
stopped highly-touted James 
Madison 2-1 on the Dukes 
home turf. The unbeaten string 
was snapped when visiting 
James Madison, ranked 11th in 
the nation, shutout the Mids, 1- 

Getting by a defender from Galludet. 
On defense in a match against Galludet. 



Disappointing moments included an early season 
overtime loss to St. John's University on Dewey 
Field and a 2-1 overtime loss to service academy 
rival Army in the season finale at West Point. In all, 
six of Navy's 17 contests went into extra periods of 
play with the Mids managing to win only one of 
them (a 3-1 home triumph over Swarthmore). 
Leading scorers for the Mids were junior forward 
Tab Bruner and freshman wing Mike Donigan, each 
with five goals and one assist for 11 points. 

Losing the ball to an oponent 

Clearing the ball upfield. 

Clearing the ball past a defender. 


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Set up to return the serve. 
Punching the ball over the block. 


Navy recorded its best finish since 
the 1978 season and finished second in 
the Maryland State Tournament, losing 
to champion Western Maryland in the 
championship match, 4-15, 13-15. The 
highlight of the season occurred when 
sophomore Caroline Gauike served 
eight decisive points in the fifth and 
final set to spark the Mids to a thrilling 
15-17, 15-11, 10-15, 15-10, 15-3 
come-from-behind triumph over Army 
before a frenzied crowd of 1,000 Navy 
supporters. That victory, the Mids' first 
ever over the Cadets in the sport, ignit- 
ed the momentum which carried Navy 
on a six-game winning streak at the 
season's end which was finally halted 
in the State Championship game. Over- 
all, the Midshipmen won 1 1 of their last 
14 outings and never lost more than 
two. matches consecutively during the 
season. Senior captain Cheryl Dolyniuk 
turned in another superb campaign 
and was named to the first Women's 
Volleyball College Division Academic 
All-America first team by the College 
Sports Information Directors of Amer- 

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In its first season with varsity sta- 
tus since 1950 Waterpolo was quite 
impressive, compiling a 19-4 mark. 
The team finished third in the NCAA 
Eastern Regionals defeating Buck- 

nell 14-13 in the consolation match 
after a 10-4 loss to Brown in the 
semi-finals. The team also finished 
the year ranked fifteenth in the 
coaches poll. Included in the season 
were winning streaks of eight and 

nine games. The team was led by 
first classman Craig Malloy with 53 
goals and 23 assists. Other star per- 
formers were firstie Andy Griffith, 
second classman Bob Mohle, and 
senior goalie Dan Valaik. 


Navy basketball started out the season on a 
positive note jumping to a 5-1 record, the only 
loss coming at the hands of nationally ranked 
Iowa. The Mids proved to be a tough opponent 
of the Hawkeyes as they remained close 
throughout the game, falling 76-65. Next Navy 
suffered two tough losses in the Krystal Clas- 
sic. The Mids rebounded from those defeats to 
post wins in their next four games including a 
one point victory over Yale and two point wins 
over Lafayette (in overtime) and Richmond. 

Junior Rob Romaine shoots from the side of the lane. 
Coach Evans discusses strategy during a time-out. 

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Senior Dave Brooks and Junior Rob Ro- 
maine combined to provide Navy with a 
powerful scoring threat and backcourt. 
Brooks set a Navy record by playing in 
105 games for his career and finished 
third on the all-time scoring list with 1389 
career points. As a team Navy scored the 
most points in its history (2072) and had 
the best points per game average (71.4) 
since the 1959-60 squad. 

Going to the boards. 

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There were several other bright spots for 
the midshipman including freshman forward 
Vernon Butler, Second classman Cliff 
Maurer, and senior Jim Kuzma. Butler re- 
corded 296 rebounds, the most ever by a 
plebe, which ranked him in the top 25 in the 
country. Despite being slowed by a knee in- 
jury for most of the season the 6 foot 11 
inch Maurer had a conference leading 68 
blocked shots, another all-time record for 
Navy. Kuzma was one of only two firsties on 
the squad but his consistency and leader- 
ship set a good example for everyone. Led 
by these performances Navy was able to 
beat Army in front of a capacity crowd in 
Halsey Field House. 

Cliff Maurer at the Line. 

Gary Price shoots over a straining Cadet. 
Rob Romaine comes in for a lay-up. 


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Trying to come up with the loose ball 
Passing to the top of the key. 

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Senior captain Dave Brooks directs traffic 

The Navy bencfi. 



Gymnasts Post Best 
Mark Since 1960-61 


Navy gymnasts enjoyed their best 
record since 1960-61, posting a mark 
of 11-1 under first year coach Peter 
Kormann. In addition to posting the 
highest score ever by a Navy gymnas- 
tics team, 264.5 against Springfield 
and Low/ell, eleven wins was the most 
ever by a Mid team. 

Navy placed second at the Eastern 
Intercollegiate Gymnastics League 
meet and was second in EIGL compe- 
tition, the best since another second- 
place finish in 1973. 

Senior Peter DiTullio was the 
team's standout performer. A consis- 
tent leader in all-around all season, 
DiTullio finished second at the EIGL 

meet in all-around, and finished sec- 
ond, sixth, and sixth at Easterns in the 
parallel bars, vaulting, and still rings, 

Other top performers included 
sophomore Ralph DiVito, a fourth 
place finisher on the pommel horse, 
sophomore Jeff Hamman and senior 
Dave Sneddon. 





Team Sets Navy Meet 

Finishes Second In EIGL 





GYMNASTICS CJ i-i^— first year under coach 
Peter Kormann. Mids had most wins ever in histo- 
ry of this sport at the Naval Academy and best 
record since going unbeaten in 1960-61 (7-0). 
Team posted highest score ever by a Mid gym- 
nastics team, 264.45 against Springfield and Low- 
ell. In Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League 
meet, Navy placed second in meet and was sec- 
ond in EIGL league competition, its highest finish 
since also finishing second in 1973. Senior Peter 
DiTullio was a consistent leader in all-around dur- 
ing the year and finished second in the EIGL meet 
in all-around with a 54.6. DiTullio at the Easterns 
also placed 6th in floor exercise, 6th on still rings, 
6th in vaulting and 2nd on parallel bars. Freshman 
Paul Sneddon was tied with teammate Jeff Ham- 
man, a sophomore, for 6th on the pommel horse 
and Sneddon was 5th on the parallel bars. Sopho- 
more Ralph DiVito was fourth on pommel horse. 

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For second year in a row team finished with 18 wins, the most ever in this sport at Navy. Team started out slowly 
and was 2-4 at start of season. Later on it put together an eight game win streak, which matched the highest ever in 
the sport, and continued on in this stretch by winning 12 of 13 games. It won 13 of its last 15 games, and was 
selected for an EAIAW Regional in which it split, losing to Siena (69-59) and defeated Lock Haven State (72-67). 
Senior Angela Smith was top scorer for the year with a 12.1 average and topped in rebounding too with a 10.6 
mark. Smith set two school rebounding records — most rebounds in a career, 776 and most rebounds in a season, 
286 in 1982-83. Senior Nancy Schiavetta, the second leading scorer for the year with an 11.6 average, ended up 
fourth in career scoring with 847 points while Smith is fifth in career scoring with 828 points. Smith was named to 
the All-Tournament team at the Indiana of Pennsylvania Tournament and Schiavetta was on the all-tournament 
team for the EAIAW Regional. Junior guard Becky Lewis moved into second place in career assists with 225 now. 
including 137 in 1982-83. 


Cagers Cap Season With Win Over Army 






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Reaching low for the forehand. 


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! -oking a forehand. 
I(|eparing to return the serve 

Squash finished the regular season in seventh 
place in the nine man team standings. The team 
then went on to place ninth in the National Inter- 
collegiates. The brightest spot for the team was 
the play of third classman Tim Tinney, who re- 
ceived second team All-America honors with an 8- 
8 mark at number one. Navy was an underdog as 
it went up against Army but the team surprised 
the cadets with a 6-3 victory, the seventh straight 
year that Navy has won that match and the 13th 
time in the last 14 meetings. 


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Best Finish Since 1968-69 

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Navy recorded its first ur^beaten season, 18-0-2, since the 1968-69 \^^''^'°'^^l'^.' ^.^^^^^^ 
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^ufone of the greatest eras in Navy wrestling history as five seniors who had been solid contributors for four years 
concluded thir careers. The squad was led by John Reich at 167, Mark Phillips at 177 and Geo^f ^«^!^ f^ 
Heavyweight Reich won his third EIWA title in four years. He departs the Academy with an 86-7-1 mark, an 
Academy record, including a record 53 pins and a 22-1 mark this season. 


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Firstie Frank Shaffer was a one- 
time EIWA champion at Navy 
while finishing with the second 
most career victories with a 78- 
10-4 mark. George Fears finished 
third with a 71-15-2 mark while 
Phillips was fourth in career victo- 
ries (58-17-1). Mike Rodgers fin- 
ished sixth on the all-time victory 
list with a 54-13-3 mark. Navy 
paced in eight weight classes at 
the EIWA Championships with 
John Reich and Mark Phillips tak- 
ing first place in their weight 
classes. Two Navy grapplers in 
the NCAA tournament, John 
Reich taking second place at 167 
pounds and George Fears placing 
seventh in the unlimited weight 
class, earned All-American status. 


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Manuevering for the advantage. 

Trying to manuever for the pin. 



Navy track finished with a 5-1 dual meet 
record as well as placing third in the Hepta- 
gonal Games and ninth in the IC4A Indoor 
Meet. The brightest spot for the team was 
the high jump where three members cleared 
7-0.. Leo Williams won the high jump at the 
Heptagonals for the fourth straight year and 
placed second at the NCAA Indoor Track 
Championships with a personal and School 
record jump of 7'-6". Junior Joe Konicki 
joined Leo in the seven foot club with a jump 
of 7-01/4 at the Heps. Freshman Dan Wil- 
liams set a freshman record with a leap of 7- 
2 3/4. Other bright spots were a second by 
Dallas Roper in the 1500 at the Heps and a 
third by senior Mike Kohrs in the 3000 with 
an Academy record time of 8:07.0. 

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In only its second year as a varsity sport 
Women's Indoor Track posted a winning re- 
cord of 6-3 in dual meet competition. Top 
performers for the squad were Stefani 
Green in the 800 and 1000 yards and Sue 
Honan in the 400 meter dash. Green, a 
sophomore, holds the school record in the 
600 meters and the 800 meters. Laura Hink- 
ley, a senior, came through with a couple of 
school records in the distance events 

starting one of the distance races 

Rounding the last turn 

Crossing the finish line. 

Swimming the backstroke. 

A close race in the breastroke 









Navy swimming finished with a 9-4 re- 
cord and finished sixth in the Eastern Sea- 
boards which were held in Lejuene Hall. It 
was the highest Navy finish since a fifth 
place in 1977. Five mids were named to 
the 1983 All-ECAC team for their placing 
at Easterns. They were Murphy, Kough, 
Smith, Etkins, and senior Andy Griffith. 
The team has some bright spots for the 
future in two plebe divers, Bill McCormick 
and Art Conley as well as plebe breas- 
troker Larry Kough. 

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Navy competitors achieved All- 
America status by their placings in 
the NCAA Division II Women's cham- 
pionships, Navy's first year in that 
event after competing in the AIAW m 
the past. Sophomore Laurie Musiek 
was 7th in the 100-yard butterfly 
and was an All-American for the sec- 
ond straight year; Senior Cheryl Do- 
lyniuk was 10th in the 100-yard IM 
and was an All-America for the 
fourth straight year; Junior Laurie 
Grammer was 9th in the 50-yard 
freestyle and was an All-American 
for the second time (she missed as a 
sophomore); freshman Bonnie Wal- 
ter was 10th in the three meter div- 
ing and 12th in the one meter diving 
and made All-American; sophomore 
Dace Judy was 10th in the one me- 
ter dive and All-American for the 
second straight year; freshman 
Anne Groves was 8th in the 50-yard 
backstroke and also an All-Ameri- 
can. Navy finished 23rd in the team 
standings at the NCAA Division II 

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Navy fencing finished under the .500 mark with a 3-5 
record, with one match snowed out. The team placed 
eighth in the IFA (Easterns) with senior Eric Reuter 
finishing seventh in the individual sabre. Reuter had a 
regular season record of 18-6 in sabre while sopho- 
more Tom George was 15-7 in foil and junior Mike 
Pease was 10-11 in epee. All three were selected to 
compete in the NCAA Division I Championships. 

Warding off the opponent. 

Lunging for the point 

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On the offensive. 
Dueling it out. 


With no returning ietterman wom- 
en's fencing was still able to post a 
winning season with a 6-5 record. 
Sophomore Nancy Heckman set a 
school record with 32 wins against 
only 9 defeats. Other top marks 
were 25-18 by Joanne Schmitz and 
30-14 by Liz Young. 

The tools of the trade 

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Rifle Grabs 

Sixth At 

NCAA Meet 

Navy finishe' 

Led by senior Jim Hudson, a second 
team Ail-American selection in air rifle, 
Navy finished sixth in the .22-calibre 

competition at the NCAA champion- 
ships. Hudson's selection to an All- 
America team made him the first 

shooter in Naval Academy history to 
receive this recognition four straight 

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Pistol Takes 
Aim, Wins 
Two Titles 

After two early setbacks, the Navy 
pistol team bounced back to win six 
straight and post a final mark of 6-2. At 
the National Collegiate Pistol cham- 
pionships, the Mids took two national 
titles, winning in both the free pistol 
competition and the standard course 
of fire. The Navy victory in free pistol 

was the third straight for a Navy team, 
and the team's score of 2095 set a new 
national collegiate record. 

Three midshipman shooters were 
named to the 1983 National Collegiate 
Pistol All-America team. Junior Jim Wil- 
helm, the first-place finisher at the Na- 
tional Intercollegiates in the air pistol 

competition, garnered All-America 
honors in both air and free pistol for 
the second straight year. Senior Mike 
Boehle was named All-America in both 
the free pistol and standard pistol cate- 
gories for the third straight year, and 
junior Paul Menninger was selected for 
All-America recognition for the second 



Navy Lacrosse had a rough go of it in 
1983 finishing with a 5-6 record and out 
of the NCAA tournament for the first time 
in its thirteen year history. It was a grow- 
ing year under first year head coach Bry- 
an Matthews. Navy started the year off 
slow but the team jelled towards mid sea- 
son and pulled off a couple of surprises. 

Controlling the ball against Air Force. 

On Defense against Air Force. 

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Trying to win the face-off. 

Defending the goal against the Falcons. 


I Shooting from in close. 

Trying to get by the defense 

Coming in with a 3-4 mark the Midship- 
men were impressive in defeating the 
tournament bound cadets 10-9 in front of 
a cold but noisy crowd at Navy-Marine 
Corps Stadium. The win gave the team 
confidence they seemed to be lacking 
earlier in the season as well as kept alive 
the prospects for a bid to the post-season 

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TO 5-4 

Coming out of the locker room 
Tough defense against the Terrapins. 


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Larry McAllister plays tough defense. 

Team meeting during a break in the action. 












Patriot captain Evan Edwards. 


This spring the Midshipmen claimed an 
unprecedented seventh straight national 
collegiate sailing championship. In obtain- 
ing the Leonard M. Fowie Trophy, an 
award presented annually to the school 
displaying the best combined perfor- 
mance in the five Intercollegiate Yacht 
Association of North America champion- 
ships, Navy was second in the ICYRA Sin- 
glehanded Championships; first in the 
Sloop Championships; first in the Wom- 
en's Championships; third in the Dinghy 
Championships; and fifth in the Team 
Racing Championships. Four team mem- 
bers were All-America first team select- 
ees — second classmen Robbie Brown 
and Hal Gilreaph, and youngsters Brian 
Ledbetter and Rick Merriman. Senior 
Pam Corwin was an honorable mention 

Practicing on the Severn. 

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Manuevering in a crowd 

Trying to maintain the lead 

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Straining for victory. 
Varsity four with coxswain. 

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10 AND 1 

Under first year coach LCDR Walt 
Donovan women's crew posted a 10-1 
record. The biggest win of the season 
was at the President's Cup Regatta in 
Poughkeepsie, NY when the team de- 
feated Coast Guard, Skidmore, Rhode 
Island, St. John's Lowell and New York 
Maritime. In the Dad Vail Regatta, the 
varsity eight made it to the finals but 
was disqualified when it drifted from its 
lane and interfered with another boat. 


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WOMEN'S CREW (10-1) 

Superb year under first year coach LCDR Walt Donovan. Team's big win was in the 
Women's Varsity Race at the President's Cup Regatta in Poughkeepsie, NY when it 
defeated Coast Guard, Skidmore, Rhode Island, St. John's Lowell and New York Mari- 
time. At the Dad Vail Regatta, the varsity eight qualified for the finals with a win in a semi- 
final heat but was disqualified in the Grand Finals race when it strayed out of its lane and 
interfered with another boat. 

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Baseball had the most wins ever by a Navy 
team with 31. However, the team finished sec- 
ond in the EIBL after a 10-1 loss to Harvard in a 
make-up game of a 3-3 tie earlier in the season. 
Navy won the EIBL in 1982 and has been first 
or second five of the last six years. Center- 
fielder Andy Loferski was a third team All- 
America choice and was named to the NCAA All 
East Regional All-Star team. Loferski led the 
team in hitting (.430), RBI's (48), doubles (11), 
triples (5), home runs (7), stolen bases (20 of 
21), hits (71). and runs scored (47). The team 
will lose much of its strength up the middle 
with the graduation of catcher Bob Baldocchi, 
pitcher Craig Gibson, second baseman Tony 
Rodgers, as well as Loferski. Bright spots for 
the future are outfielder Andy Ponsiego, pitch- 
ers Craig Michael, Drew Tanner, John Eustace, 
Scott Vogel, and Scott Wild. 

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The view from behind the plate. 


Turning over the double play. 








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Reaching for the backhand. 

A forehand lob. 

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stepping to the backhand 
Serving for the ace. 

UP 14-6 MARK 

Navy was victorious over Army for the fourteenth 
consecutive year as the Mids edged the Cadets 5-4 at 
West Point. Coach Bobby Bayliss's unit started impres- 
sively w^inning eight of its first nine matches before 
suffering three straight EITL losses (Harvard, Brown, 
Yale). Although Navy finished the season with three 
Eastern League triumphs (Columbia, Army, Cornell) in 
a row, the Mids could only manage a sub-par 4-5 EITL 
showing. The squad's top two singles players second 
classman Bayly Taff (8-11) and senior John Dace (8- 
10) lacked consistency. Other singles' records includ- 
ed first classman Bill Mountford (12-8 at number 
three), third classmen Mike Dashiell (15-5 at number 
four) and Franz Wagner (14-6 at number six), and 
plebe David Jones (15-4) at number five. The Mids' 
usual dominance of doubles play was not as apparent 
with Wagner and firstie Mark Alevizos (12-6) the team's 
top combination. 

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Stroking a backhand. 

Returning a serve during match play. 

Navy defeated Army for the fourteenth year in a row, this 
time by a 5-4 margin. Top records for the 1983 season 
were Freshman David Jones 15-4 at number five: sopho- 
more Mike Dashiell, 15-5 at no. 4; sophomore Franz Wag- 
ner, 14-6 at number six; firstie Bill Mountford, 12-8 at 
number three; Bayly Taff 8-11 at number two; 






Golf finished the season with a 3-0 record after 
rain wiped out nearly the entire dual-triangular sea- 
son. The team defeated Army for the second 
straight year. The match was tied for the five-man 
teams after 18 holes and after the first sudden 
death hole. A sixth man was used and Navy's Brian 
Bickford recorded a par to Army's bogey for the 
victory. The team qualified for The NCAA's for the 
first time since 1967 when it placed second. Indivi- 
duals selected for the NCAA's were junior Scott 
Spooner, senior David Kelley, junior Chip Lindsay, 
and junior Eric Meyer. 

Hitting an iron on the fairway. 


Men's track posted a 4-0 mark in dual meet competi- 
tion including a 103-60 victory over Army. The big 
names for Navy were Leo Williams in the high jump and 
Perry Pucetti in the javelin. Williams won the high jump 
in the Penn Relays for the first time with a meet record 
jump of 7-5. He also won his fourth straight Heptagon- 
als title with a jump of 7-3. Pucetti set a school record 
in the javelin with a toss of 262 feet, 9 inches. He won 
the Heps with a throw of 243 and the IC4A's with a 
throw 254-3. 

Leo Williams clears the bar 

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Passing the baton in a relay race. 

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Clinching up. 

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A moment of quiet before the fury. 

The Navy Hockey team finished 
the 1982-83 season with a 16-3-2 
record, despite facing their toughest 
schedule ever. With almost every 
game against an NCAA Division II or 
Division III opponent, tremendous 
effort and dedication were needed 
for the club to complete its finest 
season in its thirteen year history. 
The year was highlighted by two fan- 
tastic weekends of hockey against 
new rivals Hawthorne College and 
Trinity College. Navy also brought 
the Crabpot Tournament trophy 
home where it belongs by soundly 
defeating defending champion Penn 

This year's team was led by a 
group of five talented and closely 
knit seniors: Team Captain Jim Gul- 
liano. Assistant Captain Dennis Carr, 
Dave Phaeuf, Mark Dowd, and Matt 
Stapleton. Along with a solid core of 
juniors and sophomores. Navy's six 
freshmen were more than able to 
offset the loss of departing gradu- 
ates. The result was a versatile and 
talented team. 

Superior physical conditioning 
and an aggressive, offensive style of 
play continued to be Navy Hockey's 
trademark; moreover, big improve- 
ments in defensive play proved that 
the team has developed a classy 
game that hockey fans love. 




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Front row: Rich Nowak, Andy Laing, Mark Dowd, Dennis Carr, Capt. Scott Moore, Coach Steve Gordon, Capt. Chris laquinto, Jim Guiliano, Matt 
Stapleton, Dave Phaneuf, Greg Brown, trainer Pat Dunn. Back Row: Mgr. Pat Jarusewski, Maurice Fairley, Steve Powers, Dan LaChance, Andy 
Cyr, Jim Donnelly, Steve Bowen, Dan White, Peter Bishop, Steve Debonis, Doug Conkey, Bill Deroche, Mike McGill, Dave Benson John Riley Dan 
Holzrichter, Joe Zamboni. 

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The Rugby Club posted one of its most 
impressive records in club history this 
fall. Navy entered the Potomac Rugby 
Union's fall tournament with an undefeat- 
ed division record. The team reached the 
semi-finals of the Eastern Collegiate 
Championship tournament in April of 
1982, with the hopes of returning to that 
same tournament is in 1983. 

Guided by the coaching of LCDR Kehoe 
(officer Representative), Capt. Fox and 
Capt. "Vince Lombardi" Wolfe, Navy 
amassed 219 points against their oppo- 
nents in the first seven fall matches. Na- 
vy's opponents managed to score 43 
points in those seven contests. RUGBY 
MAGAZINE cited Navy Rugby as "one of 
the teams to watch in 1983." Time 
proved this prediction as Navy finished 
first in the 1983 Eastern Collegiate Cham- 
pionship and moved on to a third place 
national finish. With this type of perfor- 
mance and dedication, Navy continues to 
be a viable and explosive rugby power- 
house sure to capture a National Cham- 
pionship in the near future. 

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The USNA Karate Club is one of the few 
ECAs that meets six days a week here at the 
Academy. All members begin at the white 
belt level and progress as time and skill per- 
mits through the gold, green, blue, purple, 
brown, and hopefully black belt levels. Their 
training consists of Kata, or pre-set form to 
improve coordination and technique, self- 
defense against both empty-handed and 
weaponed opponents, applied Judo and 
free-fighting against one and or several op- 
ponents. A majority of this training is con- 
ducted by midshipmen instructors. The club 
also has two fifth-degree black belts who 
serve as instructors at least once per week. 
Aside from that type of training, the club 
competes in Intercollegiate and invitational 
tournaments year round. Even with all of 
this activity, members still have to partici- 
pate in a sports program, thus participation 
in the club requires a huge committment. 

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In its five years of existence, the 
Powerlifting Club has grown from being 
a small organization to becoming a Na- 
tional Collegiate competitor. The club 
consists of an unlimited number of 
members who are interested in lifting; 
however, through selection twenty-two 
of these members qualify to complete 
and represent the Naval Academy at 
powerlifting meets. 

This year the club competed at the 
Virginia and Maryland state Champion- 
ships. Also members competed at the 
National Collegiate Championships. 
The club has been a top ten national 
team for the last two years, and proved 
to be a national contender in 1983. 


The United States Naval 
Academy Volleyball Club boast- 
ed one of its best seasons ever, 
climaxed by an exciting victory 
over Army at West Point. Guid- 
ed by the leadership and set- 
ting of Captain Ward Stevens, 
the volleyball team achieved a 
collegiate record of 49-5 and 
an overall record of 102-36. 
They finished the season as 
both state and regional cham- 
pions. Ward had the solid sup- 
port of outside hitters Ned 
Dennin, John Gelinne, and 
Ross Holcomb. Combined with 
strong outside hitting was the 
powerful middle hitting and 
blocking of Ray Biers, Kent 
Mann, and Kyle Watson. Under 
the experienced direction of 
coach Harvey Bryant, a former 
member of the USA Men's Na- 
tional Team, the men's volley- 
ball team achieved one of its 
most successful seasons ever. 
The team looks forward to an 
equally impressive season next 
year. Upcoming talent looks 
promising and only one start- 
ing letterman will be graduat- 

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The USNA Scuba Club promotes scu- 
ba diving witlnin the Brigade of Midship- 
men. Diving is a recreation that gradu- 
ates can enjoy throughout their lives; 
furthermore, because of the many na- 
val ports abroad, they can actively pur- 
sue diving in some of the best waters of 
the world. 

The club's primary goal is to teach 
Basic Scuba and to give each member 
an opportunity for an Openwater quali- 
fication. Successful completion of the 
course earns a scuba certification 
sanctioned by the Professional Associ- 
ation of Diving Instructors. 

In addition, the club also serves the 
qualified diver. Divers are welcomed on 
any dive, may borrow club owned scu- 
ba gear, obtain free air, and purchase 
equipment at discount prices through 
the club store in Bancroft Hall. The 
club also offers advanced courses to 
allow midshipmen to improve their div- 
ing skills and eventually qualify as an 

Each semester the Basic Scuba 
course qualifies approximately one 
hundred eighty mids. During spring 
break, the club also organizes the big- 
gest dive of the year. The warm waters 
of Key Largo, Florida, offer novice 
divers a chance to qualify in the ulti- 
mate conditions. Experienced divers 
take advantage of reduced dive costs. 
Beautiful reefs, beautiful girls, and a 
fun filled week are more than anyone 
could ask for! 


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September brings the start of an- 
other academic year, another parade 
season, an another football season. It 
also means that the fall season for the 
Women's Softball Club has gotten un- 
derway. This season the team was 
coached by CDR Rivera and LT 
Meyers. Midshipman second class 
Christine Phifer, however, was respon- 
sible for most of the administrative and 
organizational duties. She was also at 
the core of the team's spirit. Although 
the fall season was quite short, it was 
an excellent time for all the players to 
get to know one another and to try 
their skills at several different posi- 
tions. Learning to play as a team was 
the main objective as the season 
openned with a five game tournament. 
Even though the fall record did not re- 
flect a winning season, the team con- 
tinually improved with each game. In 
fact, the Navy Women's Softball Team 
lost their last game to Mary Washing- 
ton by a score of only three to two. At 
the present time, the team is quite 
small, but everyone is confident that 
the spring season will generate greater 
interest. Both CDR Rivera and LT 

Meyers see a great potential on the 
team, which they hope to develop in 
the Winter and Spring. Consequently, 
this Spring season the Club can expect 
harder practices, work with the batting 
machine, and a lot of "checks" in the 
win column. 

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This year's Women's Cross Country team completed 
its season undefeated. They were victorious over all five 
opponents scheduled. The opponents ranged from divi- 
sion I to III teams. The team also finished second at the 
Essex Invitational and placed fourth among the region's 
toughest varsity squads at the West Virginia Invitational. 

Team Captain Laura Hinkley was Navy's top finisher in 
4 of 5 meets. Following close at her heels was third class 
Stefani Green, who together with Laura, broke the Navy 
course record. Second class Virginia Forehand and Gin- 
ger Bressler were strong performers all sesaon, who 
along with third class Kathleen O'Neil and Nancy Honan 
contributed to the team's winning streak with consistent 
efforts at all of the meets. 



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Service aces, passing shots, lobs, 
and heated rallies are all part of 
Women's Tennis, one of the newer 
clubs here at the Academy. Al- 
though they are participating in a 
newly organized sport, the team 
members compete with the enthusi- 
asm and skill of a team with greater 
experience. It was these qualities 
that helped lead them to an unde- 
feated first season. It also led the 
team to a fourth place finish in the 
Catholic-Trinity Invitational Tourna- 
ment. With such skill, pride and com- 
petitive spirit. Women's Tennis is 
sure to be one of the many sports 
earring on the Navy winning tradi- 
tion in future seasons. 





Just who are those helmeted speedsters 
decked out in blue and gold suits one finds 
sprinting around Farragut each afternoon? 
They are Team Navy - a 10 member team 
comprised of men and women training for 
the world's second most popular sport - bi- 
cycle racing. 

Locally, the public has recently been ex- 
posed to the rigors of the bicycle race; the 
annual Baltimore Pro Race as well as the 
recent Tour of the Americas have brought 
cycling to new light. There are three types of 
races in which Team Navy participates: the 
Criterium, the road race and the time trial. 
Criteriums involve multiple high speed laps 
on a closed circut whereas road races in- 
volve a route over varied terrain on the open 
road. The time trial differs from both as it is 
a race against the clock; a single rider starts 
on a designated 10 or 25 mile course and 
rides as fast as possible. The speeds in a 
bicycle race can approach and exceed 40 
miles per hour in a sprint but usually are 
maintained at about 30 to 35 in a good race. 

Team Navy's season consists of United 
Cycling Federation Races in both the spring 
and fall where licensed riders compete for 
prises. During the winter months, training 
involves weights, the bicycle ergometer as 
well as indoor roller riding which develops 
endurance, strength and bike handling abili- 
ty. Spring is Team Navy's intercollegiate 
season and team members train 30 to 40 
miles daily in order to participate in Eastern 
Collegiate Cycling Federation races. In inter- 
collegiate competition Navy meets teams 
such as Princeton, Rutgers, Cornell, the Un- 
versity of Virginia, Penn State and Army - 
usually placing in the top 5 in overall team 

Team Navy is always glad to accept new 
members interested in joining the sport - so 
come out and ride with us. 

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The US Naval Academy High 
Power Rifle Team is the only ser- 
vice academy/NROTC High 
Power Team in existence. The 
team trains In the Spring and 
members help coach second 
and first class midshipmen as 
they shoot the M14 service rifle 
in the SECNAV rifle matches. 
During the summer the team 
competes against active and re- 
serve military teams and civilian 
teams in the Interservlce Match- 
es. Quantico, Virginia, before 
shooting at the National High 
Power Championships held in 
Camp Perry, Ohio. 

The High Power Rifle Team 
has produced competant shoot- 
ers who compete against the 
best military and civilian shoot- 
ers In the country 

Front Andy Fuller, Alan Mangllcmot, Mike Rennle. GMGC Mac Farland. CPO, USN 
Back: Jeff Weis, Russ Vranlcar, Eldon Bingham. M, Fordham Mjr. USA 



Skeet Team, Captain Mark 

Competition, excitement, fun; 
that is what the USNA Skeet and 
Trap team is all about. Though 
necessarily a small group, ap- 
proximately 14 members, the 
team has cast a big shadow. In its 
short history, the club has com- 
peted in a multitude of local 
shoots, eastern regionals, and at 
one time, nationals. Beyond the 
function of representing Navy, 
the Trap and Skeet team provide 
members of the brigade the op- 
portunity to shoot and smash 
clay, sharpen the eye. and perfect 
the trigger finger. The next time 
you are on the Severn or golfing 
at the Naval Station, listen care- 
fully, the echo of gunfire that fills 
the air will most likely be either 
one of the teams taking aim for 
another shot at Army. 

Trap Team. Captain Craig McDonald 



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The Semper Fi society exists to give midshipmen an 
insight into the activities of the Marine Corps. Particular 
emphasis is given to prepare future young officers so that 
they can face the responsibilities and challenges of the 
Marine Corps. The primary emphasis of the club is to 
introduce midhsipmen to the ready fellowship of Marine 

Officers and the unique camaraderie that it breeds. Some 
of the club's activities for this year included rappelling in 
the field house, rappelling out of CH-53's. live M-60 ma- 
chine gun fires and a trip to 8th and I to watch the sunset 
parade. We also had numerous lectures on all aspects of 
the Marine air and ground team. 




GERONIMO! - the famous battlecry of the Air- 
borne Training Unit paratroopers. This elite group 
of midshipmen takes pride in their favorite activ- 
ity, military parachuting. The Unit conducts train- 
ing in various military parachuting endeavors, in- 
cluding qualifying parachute riggers. When a mid- 
shipman paratrooper exits an aircraft and puts 
his knees in the breeze, he is assured he'll be 
looking under the "prettiest sky he ever savi/." 
The Airborne Training Unit conducts Airborne op- 
erations on a monthy basis out of several types of 
military aircraft. 

The Airborne Training Unit sponsored a par- 
achuting and repelling day followed by a picnic. It 
showed some "gung ho" flicks such as A Bridge 
Too Far. In March, the Unit ran a Pre-Airborne 
Training week in order to give some dirty, scruffy 
legs (future master blasters), a feel for what their 
three weeks of jump school will be like. In addition 
to sending approximately one hundred midship- 
men to jump school, the Airborne Training Unit 
distributed billets to other Army specialty 
schools; such as Jumpmaster, Rigger, HALO, Air 
Assault, and Ranger Training. The Unit has also 
trained its members in rubber boating, reconnais- 
sance, repelling, grenade throwing, and the use of 
bayonets. The Airborne Training Unit definitely 
improved its members' abilities to "Land Softly 
and Kill Quietly!" 


The USNA Sport Parachute Club continues to 
be one of the Academy's most exciting and popu- 
lar EGAs. It offers members the chance to partici- 
pate in a internationally recognized sport, as well 
as pick up a valuable military skill. Many members 
hope to use their experience later in the special 
warfare, USMC, or aviation related fields. The 
club's main goals are saftey promotion and, of 
course, good times for all. In addition to bringing 
new jumpers into the sport, the club also fields a 
competition team composed of the most exper- 
ienced members. This team represents Navy in 
the skies at the Tri-service Academy Parachute 
Meet, the West Point Invitational Parachute Meet 
and the National Collegiate Parachute Champion- 
ships. The team has previously thrilled crowds at 
local festivals and sporting events as well. Wheth- 
er turning student jumpers into "Sky Gods" or 
just relieving the pains of midshipmen adrenalin 
addicts, the club continues to offer fun, excite- 
ment, and real comraderie to its members. It 
seeks the opportunity to answer the age old ques- 
tion, "Why do you jump out of perfectly good 



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Who are those characters in funny 
hats? There, the ones with all the musical 
instruments. You'll see them at pep ral- 
lies, football games, and most of the bas- 
ketball and lacrosse games too. This 
crowd is the Pep Band, and they are 
found at many of Navy's home sporting 
contests, sometimes two in one day; a 
cross-country meet followed by a football 
game is a typical Saturday for many a Pep 
Band member. Members of the band 
travel to most of Navy's away football 
games, and an occasional weekend bas- 
ketball game to stir up spirit and provide 
time-out entertainment. 

The Pep Band is open to all classes, and 
the name of the game is fun and excite- 
ment. Although no great musical talent is 
required of any member, the band puts 
together a good sound. The repertoire in- 
cludes many popular songs of recent 

years, along with the full range of Navy 
fight songs. Working with the cheer- 
leaders and Mr. Pep, the Pep Band is an 
important facet of the Brigade spirit orga- 
nization. N-A-V-Y Gooooooo NAVY- 

The Public Relations Committee is an 
EGA that supports the brigade. It assists 
the Naval Academy Athletic Association 
and the Public Affairs Officer in promoting 
and publicizing activities at the Naval 
Academy. During the football season, the 
club operates the press box at home 
games, taking statistics and spotting for 
radio and TV. The club provides similiar 
services at some other Navy sporting 
events and travels to some away games. 
PRC also provides announcers for football 
marchons, basketball and lacrosse 



No Navy football game is 
complete without the pres- 
ence of the Navy Cannon- 
eers. From atop the hill the 
thunder roars from the 1863 
Dahlgreen howitzer, signify- 
ing another Navy score. 
Each member of the Can- 
noneers expediates the task 
of loading the cannon, while 
anticipating another score. 
The Cannoneers are com- 
posed of two midshipmen 
from each class who are se- 
lected for their ability to 
handle the brass monster 
(and to stomach box 



Spirit! That is what the Brigade Activities Commit- 
tee (B.A.C.) is ail about. Anything and everything 
which has to do with support of the Naval Academy 
athletic teams and other related activities in the 
name of spirit comes through the B.A.C. and its 
members. The committee is made up of representa- 
tives of the spirit groups at the Academy: 
Cheerleaders Ig Hokaj (03) 

Pep Band Harry Dorman (29) 

Mr. Pep Jim Coles (29) 

WUBA gang Mark Carlson (10) 

Juice Gang Graham Rossano (22) 

WRNV John Lovering (05) 

The B.A.C. is headed up by the Seond Regimental 
Sub commander, Kevin McCarthy (25). This year's 
major activities included Pep rallies, Army week 
(with better than ever T-shirts and hats), Football 
pre-game activities, and secret "missions" to the 
Pentagon to roust up more spirit for Navy against Air 
Force and Army. B.A.C- fHf spirit headquarters for 
the U.S. Naval Academy. 

Mid applys finishing touches. 

Team departs on a wave of spirit 




Mr. Pep leads a cheer. 



Part of the success of Navy's ath^ 
letic teams can be attributed to fai 
support, and the Navy cheerleaders 
Mr. Pep, and the WUBA GANG help 
boost that spirit at sporting contests 
and pep rallies. The cheerleaders 
practice hard in order to put on a 
classy performance at games 
throughout the year. Mr. Pep's an- 
tics at Navy football games inspire 
and amuse the crowd, and thus help 
to raise the vocal support that often 
makes an impact on crucial plays. 
The pre-football game skits by the 
WUBA GANG provide a sarcastic 
look at life at the Naval Academy 
and also a slightly distorted version 
of the true athletic contests about 
to take place on the field. Overall, 
the spirit rousers are a guiding force 
behind the all-essential crowd sup- 
port at Navy sporting events. 

Pep rallies are a focal point for Navys spirit 




Mixing with squads from other schools, such as Boston College, is a standard halftime event for the Navy cheerleaders 


The United States Naval Academy Drum and Bugle Corps serves two 
major functions: support of the brigade of Midshipmen and support of the 
United States Naval Academy as a public relations emissary. The Drum and 
Bugle Corps also provides any services as directed by the Superintendent 
of the Naval Academy or by the Commandant of Midshipmen. 

In support of the Brigade, the Drum and Bugle Corps provides music for 
formations, march-overs, and parades. In support of the U. S. Naval Acade- 
my, the Drum and Bugle Corps performs throughout the nation in concerts, 
field shows, and parades, helping to increase good will between the general 
public and the U. S, Naval Academy. 

This year, the Drum and Bugle Corps provided halftime entertainment 
for seven of Navy's football games, performing a show written and directed 
by the Midshipman staff. The Corps also played exhibition field shows in 
Richmond, Virginia and Arnold, Maryland. The annual competition between 
The Air Force Academy Drum and Bugle Corps and The Naval Academy 
Drum and Bugle Corps was held in Colorado this year. For seven days 
during Christmas break, the Corps made a west coast appearance playing 
two concerts a day m California high schools. In the spring, the Corps 
participated in the Serenade in Brass, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; the Dixie 
Stinger, Baltimore. Maryland; and the Apple Blossom Festival. Winchester. 

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"Ladies and Gentlemen, may I present to you the United States 
Naval Academy Glee Club." With these words countless Americans 
have enjoyed the thrilling concerts performed by the Mens' Glee Club. 
Excellence of performance demonstrated by these midshipmen under 
the leadership of John Barry Talley, reflects the high standards ex- 
pected at the Naval Academy. 

The Glee Club is by far the most visible of all organizations at the 
Academy In the past, the club has performed on many nationally 
televised program's such as NBC's Today Show, President Reagan's 
Inaugural Gala, and at the Kennedy Center's Tribute to Henry Fonda. 

This year's plans include tours of North and South Carolina, Pennsyl- 
vania and Southern California, with performances as part of the Rose 
Bowl festivities. In addition, the Glee Club will perform for the Navy in 
the National Cathedral, as well as performing the Ninth Symphony 
with the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra. These are but a few of the 
highlights planned for the upcoming year. 

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Each Sunday morning during the 
academic year the Catholic Choir of- 
fers a variety of chapel music at the 
0900 mass in the main chapel. To- 
gether with other volunteers who 
act as servers, lectors, ushers, and 
eucharistic ministers, the choir 
helps make up a support group 
which is composed entirely of mid- 

Under the direction of Mr. James 
Dale the choir performs a wide 
range of selections which run from 
Negro spirituals to Mozart. The choir 
also represents the Naval Academy 
at the annual "Navy Day" celebra- 
tion at the Mother Seton Shrine in 
Emmitsburg. Maryland. This feast 
commemorates the canonization of 
the first American born saint whose 
two sons served as midshipmen in 
the United States Navy. Annually the 
choir travels to New York City and 
has one performance at St. Patrick's 
Cathedral. Every two years the 
group makes appearances at local 
parishes in the New Orleans areas 
over the Easter holday. 

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The Fellowship of Christian Ai 
letes encourages fellowship with 
other Christians and stresses indi- 
vidual participation in weekly gather- 
ings by having a maximum amount 
of midshipmen participation. At 
these meetings, Christians have a 
good opportunity to meet and have 
fellowship with other Christians. 

Whether we are athletes or not, 
we should use our bodies for God's 
glory! The Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes is a group of dedicated 
Christians who love the Lord, love 
talking about him, and love to feel 
him working through us in our var- 
ious athletic events. Eternal life 

The Navigators is an interdenomi- 
national Christian organization 
whose purpose is to develop Chris- 
tian character and leadership in mid- 
shipmen by means of small group 
Bible studies and personalized train- 
ing. Several Bible study groups are 
underway in each battalion; the fo- 
cus of these groups is personal 
study of the Biblical principles of 
character and leadership with prac- 
tical application of these principles 
to daily life as a midshipman. 

Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan 
wrote toward the end of his life that 
for the past thirty years he had ex- 
perienced in his life the power of 
God and his own personal weakness. 
He aspired to a "life conformed to 
the words and example of Jesus 
Christ." Helping midshipmen devel- 
op such a life is the goal of the Navi- 
gators. The club emphasizes the in- 
dividual and his needs. As midship- 
men learn the principles of living as 
Christians and grow in their faith, 
they in turn reach out to others. 


Highlights of the year for the Officer's Christian Fellow- 
ship were the Labor Day and Easter weekend confer- 
ences conducted at White Sulphur Springs, Pa., the annu^ 
al autunnn picnic and hayride held at Fort Meade and the 
USNA Dairy Farnn, the dating-courtship-marriage semi- 
nars, and the leadership workshop weekends. 

Weekly activities for the OCF included Tuesday night 
meetings, scripture memory lessons, a read through the 
bible program, and discipleship groups. All of these activi- 
ties provided the midshipmen with the opportunity to 
sing, worship, and share their faith, and also taught them 
about many areas of Christian living. 


Fellowship make cook-outs special. 


Bible studies help one to grow in his faith. 




Reef Points, the handbook of the Brigade of Mid- 
shipmen, is revised and amended annually by the 
Reef Points Stan. Often referred to as the "Plebe's 
Bible," Reef points is one of the most hated objects 
of Plebe Summer. Few midshipmen look at Reef 
Points aiter Parent's Weekend their Plebe Year. Yet 
this publication contains much important informa- 
tion about the Naval Academy and the Navy. In 
addition to being a Plebe indoctrinaton tool, the 
book provides an insider's view of the Naval Acade- 
my for parents and friends of midshipmen. Reef 
Points contains the history of the Academy as well 
as information about sports extracurricular acti- 
vltes, and other areas of Academy life. 

The Trident Calendar is the brigade's own. It is 
planned, produced, and distributed every year to its 
customers in the brigade, nationwide and overseas. 
The staff of the Trident Calendar is composed of 
about 15 volunteers. These midshipmen work year 
round collecting pictures, quotes, and cartoons 
which are solicited from the brigade. Together they 
put together a fine desk top calendar which is a 
familiar item to all midshipmen. Plus all profits from 
this enterprise are contributed to the Midshipmen 
Welfare Fund. 



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The Labrynthis the Naval Academy's literary 
magazine. All midshipmen may submit poetry 
and short stories for publication, and it is edit- 
ed and typeset by midshipmen. Sponsored by 
the Churchill Society, the Labrynth has a staff 
of approximately six midshipmen of all classes 
and two faculty advisors. The staff accepts 
submissions until March, at that time the publi- 
cation process begins. It is printed in April or 
May, and the Churchill Society has a reading 
for those poets and authors with works in the 
finished edition. The magazine itself is distrib- 
uted throughout the Brigade to Company Offi- 
cers and in company wardrooms, and all mid- 
shipmen may obtain copies through the Eng- 
lish Department or from the Labrynth staff. 



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The Photo Club teaches interest- 
ed midshipmen about the art of pho- 
tography and darkroom techniques. 
Through the use of darkroom facili- 
ties in the seventh wing basement of 
Bancroft Hall, club members have 
ample opportunity to refine their 
abilities. The club displays its finer 
work on a bulletin board near main 
office and thus rewards those who 
have mastered the craft. In addition, 
the club periodically sponsors a pho- 
tography contest for the members 
of the brigade who want to try their 
hand at being a shutterbug. 


Another year came and went as 
per tradition, the LOG was there to 
capture the "humor' in midshipmen 
life. The "83 LOG," no easy job in 
being the funny, masterful creation 
it is, thanks to the heavy hand 
(pen?) of the censor. 

LOG landmarks? The magazine 
came out ten times this year, aver- 
aging over 50 pages an issue, includ- 
ing a special April Fool's issue. Along 
with the normal assortment of gags 
and dirt some notable special fea- 
tures were Darior, "The Girl's of . . . 
" series and the "Real Mids Eat Ham 
Francisco" series. 


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The Lucky Bag is the largest self-supporting 
extra-curricular activity at the Naval Academy 
with a budget of approximately $150000. Six 
thousand copies of the book are published 
each year and sent all over the world. Publish- 
ing a volume of 800 pages requires quite a few 
people. The staff puts in hundreds of hours, 
trying to make the Lucky Bag not only a nice 
souvenire, but a concise memory book that will 
bring its owners pleasure for many years in the 
future. The many people that contribute to the 
book are proud of this quality, and expend a 
large amount of effort to make It so. Though 
the staff does have seasoned yearbook mid- 
shipmen on roll, there is always time spent in 
developing new talent that is interested in pro- 
ducing the United States Naval Academy's 
most prized publication- The Lucky Bag. 

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What is a slam? Is it an 
insult? No, it is one of many 
terms in the card game 
bridge. On any Tuesday 
night one might hear terms 
such as slam, double, trump, 
and pass as the cards are 
dealt and played. This dedi- 
cated group of midshipmen, 
the Bridge Club, meets at 
least once a week in steer- 
age to relax and learn the 
subtleties of Bridge. Bridge 
isn't just any game of cards; 
it requires thoughtful insight 
which can take a lifetime to 
master, so we are constant- 
ly learning. All of their learn- 
ing and practice of funda- 
mentals culminates in the 
Bridge Club's annual Dead 
Week Tournament. 

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The Chess Club provides a 
means for all interested mid- 
shipmen to play competitive 
chess. Additionally, intercol- 
legiate play is also available. 
Weekly meetings are sched- 
uled for both recreation and 
promotion of skills. 


The Christmas Card Com- 
mittee is responsible for 
chosing the annual Nava 
Academy Christmas card. 
Though the finished product 
is in the midshipmen's 
hands only long enough to 
be mailed, the staff spends 
many hours interviewing dif- 
ferent companies, poring 
over their bids, and actually 
designing the card. With its 
completion, all those at the 
Academy have the opportu- 
nity to send that specia' 
greeting on more than just a 
store-bought card. 

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A Ring and Crest Commit- 
tee is formed each year to 
serve the entering class at 
the Academy. Though the 
main task is to aid in the se- 
lection of the class's ring 
and crest design and manu- 
facturer, the committee 
stays active throughout its 
four years. T-shirt and 
shorts sales involve the 
committee in addition to its 
responsibility to the Ring 
Dance Committee. The work 
done by this committee is a 
cherished part of all mid- 
shipmen and is something 
taken with them wherever 
they may go. 

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The Brigade Social Affairs Committee is 
responsible for the planning, coordinating, 
and supervising of all dances at the Naval 
Academy. Whether it's an informal or Disco 
Dahlgren. or the Christmas Ball, the BSAC 
puts many hours into making sure that all 
who attend have a pleasant time. Most no- 
ticeable of its members are the Hop Reps, 
w/ho continuously monitor the events. 
They're constant attention helps all the 
functions at USNA to be great times. 




At many Naval Academy dances, groups 
from Modern Music will perform. Several dif- 
ferent bands exist that allov^^ midshipmen to 
entertain at a variety of functions, from pep 
rallies to class parties. The bands put in 
many hours of rehersal to polish their skills 
and are proud to share those talents with 
their shipmates and classmates. 


WRNV - who? In the past midshipmen 
have been lucky to receive WRNV in 1st regi- 
ment, although it only broadcasts from 8th 
wing. This year steps were taken to improve 
that. Newly remodeled studios and offices 
were the changes one could see, but it was 
the unseen ones that were important. The 
station was granted extra power from a new 
transmitter and a new frequency, 90.3 FM, 
by the FCC. WRNV is now heard miles away 
instead of just across the yard. 

With all these new listeners WRNV had to 
prove itself. This year V-90 was a top 40 
album rock station, commercial free, of 
course. The station still had room for late 
night albums, feature artists and weekend 
specials. WRNV was also the leader in Navy 
sports. Besides talk shows and daily sports 
reports, V-90 brought the brigade live Navy 
sports action. This year included 1 50 lb foot- 
ball, hockey, lacrosse, and baseball. 

The movement up in class this year was 
due to station manager 1/c John Levering 
and programming director 1/c Tim Jewell. 
1 /c John Peterson was the man in charge of 
keeping together the difficult engineering 
aspect. It took many different talented peo- 
ple to keep WRNV on the air and to provide 
the brigade with great service. With the new 
equipment, power, frequency and new lis- 
teners WRNV was working to provide a ser- 
vice to the people of Annapolis too. 


The WMID television club is the 
midshipmen-operated internal com- 
munications organization of the Na- 
val Academy. Having gained extra- 
curricular status in October of 1982, 
WMID began producing "Brigade 
Line", a weekly news and informa- 
tion program aired on the Naval 
Academy's closed-circuit television 

The club is directed by its midship- 
men officers under the supervision 
of Officer Representative LT Mark 
Van Dyke. The club also receives 
technical support and guidance 
from the Educational Resources 
Center and Public Affairs Office. 

WMID is a mass communications 
medium for the brigade as well as a 
valuable learning experience in mass 
media and public speaking for those 
involved. Highlights of the 1982-83 
broadcast season include interviews 
with the Superintendent, Comman- 
dant, Academic Dean, and Forrestal 
lecturer Congressman Jack Kemp. 
WMID hopes to continue expanding 
its coverage and programming ef- 
forts in the years ahead to further 
improve the information service 
provided to the brigade. 


The Black Studies Club is an organization established to 
aid minority students in adjusting to the rigorous routine 
of life at the Naval Academy, and to enhance the under- 
standing throughout the Brigade of the Black experience. 
Through the combined efforts of both the club members 
and dedicated officer representatives and faculty mem- 
bers, the Black Studies Club has sponsored several 
events aimed at promoting a positive working atmo- 
sphere and improved relations within the Brigade and 
with the surrounding community. Most notably, the Black 
Studies Club sponsored Black History Month here at the 
Academy, highlighted by the guest appearances of the 
Howard University Jazz Ensemble, the Georgetown Gos- 
pel Choir and distinguished politician, the Hon. Andrew 
Young. The programs supported by the Black Studies 
Club are open to all who wish to gain a greater under- 
standing of the black community and are a proven source 
of positive public relations. 



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The Military Studies Association is an ECA dedicated to ex- 
amining all facets of warfare, past present and future. This is 
achieved through recreating battles with miniature figures and 
boardgames. Whether it is victorious legions marching 
throughout the Roman Empire, steady British infantry battling 
the French at Waterloo, or near-future NATO and Warsaw Pact 
troops fighting in Europe, the MSA offers something for every 
wargaming taste. Members gather to pit their armies and skill 
against each other on weekends and at NAVCON, the annual 
wargaming seminar sponsored by the MSA. 

NAVCON is held every spring in an effort to bring together 
serious wargamers from the surrounding area. NAVCON '83 
also hosted a contingent of cadets from West Point. 

A major new activity of the MSA involves wargaming as done 
at the Naval War College. In spring 1982 members assisted 
detachment 206 of CINCLANTFLT in holding wargames for 
naval reserve officers in Washington D.C. As a result of that 
participation, DET 206 decided to hold a version of the game at 
the Naval Academy. 

In the coming years, the MSA will continue to host NAVCON 
to further interaction with other wargamers, and looks forward 
to gaining tactical wargaming experience through cooperation 
with DET 206. 

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The U.S.N.A. Drill Team is a pro- 
fessional ECA made up of midship- 
men who are dedicated to excel- 
lence in drill. Team members are 
proficient in both basic and exhibi- 
tion drill, and are constantly striving 
for perfection. Practices are held 
daily and culminate in performances 
and competitions. The team per- 
formed in Tecumseh Court for the 
Commandant in November, 1982, 
and, despite adverse conditions, put 
on an impressive performance. Dur- 
ing the winter, the team practiced 
regularly in Dahigren Hall in prepara- 
tion for the Villanova University Invi- 
tational Drill Meet which was held in 
February, 1983. Spring brought ex- 
hibitions during Annapolis Week and 
Honor guard functions at the Inter- 
national Ball. 

Despite being a relatively new 
ECA, the Drill Team has compiled an 
impressive record. The team has 
placed first in platoon exhibition drill 
in three out of five showings at the 
Villanova Meet, and served as an 
honor guard for the Commandant of 
the Marine Corps. This year's com- 
mander was Steven Oda, '83, and 
returning members look forward to 
another rewarding season under the 
leadership of '84. 

The Drill Team performs in T-Court 

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VTNA the Naval Academy Flight Training Squadron, is a professional activity under the guidance of the director 
of^^sIi^Dnal developrnent. lts%urpose is to familiarize midshipmen with the flight experience and to allow those 
interested in a flying career to get an early start on the training process. . . .u ■ * ^r.r^ 

Involvement in h! squadron is limited to first class midshipmen, and a test taken during the spring of second 
class vea^Tetermines eligibility. Each midshipman is given a total of ten lessons in the cockpit, each lasting 

pp im tefyTe and ^nfhalf'hours. The training classes are usually g-",d--gj;-,P--,f ..^-^"^^'endTe 
The VTNA aircraft operate out of BWI Airport and fly over the academy and in the vicinity of the Bay Bndge^ 

If after the ten lessons are completed, the midshipman's instructor decides that he is capable of flying the p ane 
by hin^self! the f"rs?ie may take the plane on a solo flight. This flight is typically followed by the traditional tie-cutting 
ceremony at the Officers and Faculty Club. 


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Civil Air Patrol is a nationwide organization which serves as the USAF Auxiliary. Its squadrons are found 
throughout the country and provide search and rescue services, as well as leadership and aerospace education 
training for its members. 

The Naval Academy Civil Air Patrol squadron was formed several years ago, though due to the time constraints 
placed on the brigade extensive search and rescue and emergency services are limited. On the other hand, the 
professional knowledge gained by midshipmen in their course of study at the Academy provides an outstanding 
resource available for training CAP cadets from nearby squadrons on such subjects as leadership, drill, military 
customs, aviation science and military flight operations. In addition, members have access to a flight simulator and 
various other aerospace related training aids avalible at the Academy. Through the Civil Air Patrol, many young 
men and women throughout the country are provided with the education and training need for a better under- 
standing of the areospace world and greater appreciation for the importance of air power. 

NAFAC '83 

The twenty-third annual Naval Academy 
Foreign Affairs Conference, under the Direc- 
torship of Randy Wood culminated a year's 
planning and prepartion to become the most 
successful conference ever. With such nation- 
al figures as Secretary of the Navy John Leh- 
man, former Deputy Director of the Central 
Intelligence Agency, Admiral B.R. Inman, and 
U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union and for- 
mer Deputy Secretary of State Dr. Walter 
Strossel in attendance, NAFAC '83 continued 
the conference's reputation as the foremost 
conference of its kind anywhere in the United 

Over two hundred student delegates from 
the finest colleges and universities in Amer- 
ica, Europe and South America including thir- 
ty midshipmen delegates participated in the 
four day affair, April 19-22. The conference 
provides a forum for confronting the world 
today. This year's theme revolved upon "The 
Western Alliance in Transition" and included 
such topics as "Defense Policy," "East-West 
Relations," and "Common Interests Outside 
the Alliance." NAFAC continues to contribute 
to the midshipman curriculum and aids the 
future military and political leaders of our 
country by assisting them in the understand- 
ing of current domestic and international is- 
sues facing our nation today. 

The Honorable Walter J. Stoessel, Jr., former Deputy Secretary of State, Ambassador to the Sovie 
Union, and Ambassador to the Federal Republic of China. 




NAFAC '83 

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chairman Dr. Michael Halbig at the close of 

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Minister Counselor Ji Chaozhu of the People's Re- 
public of China. 


Mechanical Engineering \s a broad 
field of study encompassing almost 
every aspect of modern living. The 
American Society of Mechanical En- 
gineers is a technical group which 
strives to maintain the high stan- 
dards of the mechanical engineering 
discipline. The student section of 
ASME is responsible for informing its 
members of how/ mechanical engi- 
neering affects their lives and ca- 
reers. Guest lecturers speak on sub- 
jects ranging from valve fittings to 
satellites. These lectures keep mid- 
shipmen informed of the latest de- 
velopments in various areas of re- 
search and highlight the benefits of 
a Mechanical Engineering Degree. 


The Marine Technology Society is 
an academic ECA sponsored by the 
Oceanography Department. Our ob- 
jective is to provide a means for stu- 
dents to gain a better understanding 
of the ocean environment, and prob- 
lems of interest and importance to 
the Navy. We try to meet this goal 
through our Noon Lecture Series, 
where guest speakers are invited to 
speak on topics of interest. The club 
also offers the opportunity to see 
the marine environment up close 
through field trips, such as the Na- 
tional Aquarium and Assateague Is- 
land. The club takes on the responsi- 
bility of feeding the fish which are 
kept in the tanks in the Oceanogra- 
phy Lab. Some monthly meetings 
are combined with the showing of 
films on topics of interest to the club 
members. Each year is started and 
ended with a "Crab Feast," where 
club members can get together with 
the faculty in the Oceanography De- 
partment in an informal atmo- 
sphere. While meeting our goal of 
enhancing our knowledge of the ma- 
rine environment, we also allow a 
chance to actively participate in the 
continually changing field of ocean- 



The USNA Student Section of the Society of 
Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was es- 
tablished as an authorized extracurricular ac- 
tivity last year. SNAME is a national profession- 
al engineering society serving those involved 
with engineering in the maritime industry. The 
Student Section is made up of interested mid- 
shipmen majoring in marine engineering, naval 
architecture, or ocean engineering. As stated 
in its bylaws, the objectives of this ECA are to 
foster professionalism among its members, to 
enhance professional communication with 
members of the marine industry, and to en- 
courage student participation in the technical 
proceedings of SNAME at both the local and 
national levels. 

Principle activities of the USNA Student Sec- 
tion of SNAME in 1982-83 consist of presenta- 
tions by professional engineers from the out- 
side as well as from within the Yard. Topics are 
quite varied and consist of such interesting 
subjects as surface effects ships, British design 
of warships, naval engineering in the USCG, 
and the deep submergence rescue vehicle 
(DSRV). Other presentations describe naval 
surface combatant ship design, comparative 
naval architecture, and the use of aluminum 
structures in ship design. 

In addition to these necessarily brief expo- 
sures to particular aspects of maritime engi- 
neering, members may pursue more in-depth 
study in conjunction with research projects 
and design courses as part of their major re- 
quirements or on their own. A lucky few may 
even get to present papers and projects to 
SNAME at the national level. 

As an academically-oriented ECA, the USNA 
Student Section of SNAME is not for all mid- 
shipmen. But for those who are interested and 
eligible, it provides an outstanding opportunity 
to put some real-life dimension into those oth- 
erwise-flat academics. 






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1982-83 was the year the Naval Academy 
finally established a local chapter of Tau Beta 
Pi, the national orginization for the recognition 
of outstanding engineering students. The Engi- 
neering Honor Society has existed for three 
years as a forerunner of the THfT chapter by 
providing the brigade with such services as 
guest speakers and a tutor program. By virtue 
of the outstanding students and facilities at the 
Academy, the EHS was granted membership to 
the national orginization. The future looks 
bright for USNA's chapter as we continue to 
support the tradition of engineering excel- 


Phi Kappa Phi is a nation-wide honor 
society consisting of members not just 
from one or two specialized fields, but 
from all disciplines at the Naval Acade- 
my. By bringing together representa- 
tives from many different interests, it is 
the goal of Phi Kappa Phi to broaden 
the democratic base of all education 
and to assure stronger support for 
scholarship. The society's motto, PHI- 
is freely translated, "Let the love of 
learning rule mankind," well expresses 
this goal. 

In its seventh year at the Academy, 
the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society se- 
lects its members from the top five 
percent of each junior and senior class. 
Those accepted attend a special induc- 
tion banquet and ceremony at the end 
of their second or first class years in 
commendation of their achievements, 
and then become eligible for scholar- 
ships offered on a national level by Phi 
Kappa Phi. 

The Greek letters OAE designate the 
Economics Honor Society. This year 
the club is starting an investment 
group to get hands on experience in 
the money making world. OAE also 
sponsored a trip to New York to tour 
the financial district, and presented a 
series of noon and evening lectures by 
members of the cabinet and leaders of 
business. All in all, OAE offers a means 
for any midshipman to enter the une- 
quely satisfying realm of economics. 


The Naval Academy's student chapter of the American Society of Naval Engineers 
serves as a liaison between prospective engineers and those engineers actively 
serving in the Fleet. Every engineering major is accepted into the society. There are 
four lectures planned for the 1982-83 academic year. There will be several distin- 
guished speakers this year, Rear Admiral R.S. Lucas, USCG, Rear Admiral Lisanby, 
USN, CAPT Jim Kehoe, USN, and CDR J. Baskerville, USN. Lecture topics will 
include marine engineering, ocean engineering, naval architecture and their effects 
on naval ship design such as the new DDG 51. The Society is continuing the trend 
set several years ago of increasing our membership by acquiring interesting and 
dynamic speakers. 

The Naval Academy's Delta Psi 
chapter of Pi Tau Sigma seeks to 
both honor the most talented me- 
chanical engineering students 
and to, through our membership 
in Pi Tau Sigma, associate our 
program with mechanical engi- 
neering programs throughout the 
country. In keeping with Pi Tau 
Sigma's committment to more 
thoroughly integrate engineers 
into the complexity of the future, 
the Delta Psi chapter will hear lec- 
tures not only from the engineer- 
ing community but also from 
areas of both the civiliain and the 
military sectors. This includes dis- 
cussions on the relationships be- 
tween engineering and areas such 
as economics and politics. Our 
chapter also aids in the major 
briefings of the fourth class to 
give them some inside informa- 
tion about mechanical engineer- 

Sigma lota Epsilon is a profes- 
sional management fraternity de- 
signed for Applied Science ma- 
jors. The purpose of the Society is 
to stimulate interest and achieve- 
ment In the field of management; 
to stimulate scholarship and re- 
search in management through 
the development of the scientific 
approach to the solution of man- 
agement problems; to gain recog- 
nition in business of the value and 
contribution of scholastic 
achievement to business manage- 
ment; to facilitate contacts be- 
tween students and businessmen; 
and, through honorary member- 
ship, to recognize persons who 
have made contributions to the 
field of management. The Sigma 
Lambda Chapter at the Naval 
Academy under the direction of 
David Fox, president, has made a 
major step forward by conducting 
the first initiation of members into 
the fraternity since 1976. Other 
planned activities for the fraterni- 
ty are trips to the office of Man- 
agement and Business in Wash- 
ington, D.C. and to see the New 
York Stock Exchange. The frater- 
nity meets monthly to gain insight 
from guest speakers lecturing on 
their specialty in management. 




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Commander, Mark Gorenflo; Deputy Commander, Kerry Ingalls; Operations, Carolyn Bowling; Adjutant, Derek Rob- 
erts; Administrative, Thomas Crompton; Supply, Jonathan Houser; First Lieutenant, John McPherson 



Commander, Frazier Frantz; Deputy Commander, Christopher Rice; Operations, Mark Hagerott; Adjutant, Michael 
Boehle; Administrative, Mark Hellstern; Supply, Michael Silva; First Lieutenant, Robert Herzog 

388 The Brigade 



Commander, Eric Kaniut; Sub-Commander, Gilbert Mayo; Operations, Joseph Baehr; Adjutant. John Coughlii 
Administrative, David Snyder; Supply, Kim Williams 


Commander, Cheryl Dolyniuk; Sub-Commander. John Segura; Operations, Robert Gambrill; Adjutant. Keith Menz; 
Administrative. Thomas Hodgson; Supply. Christopher Ballister 

The Brigade 389 


Commander, William Stacia; Sub-Commander, Kevin McCarthy: Operations, Darwin Webster; Adjutant, Erica Ryder; 
Administrative, Daniel Valaik; Supply, Joseph Bergen 



Commander, Stephen Recca; Sub-Commander. Thomas Nicholas: Operations, Eric Borowicz: Adjutant, Laura Hink- 
ley: Administrative. Rick Paisley; Supply, Virginia Welch 

390 The Brigade 


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Commander, William Lietzau; Sub-Commander. 
John Stagliano: Operations, John Guthrie; Adju- 
tant, Timothy Jewell; Supply. Herbert Hundley 


Commander, Joseph Tofalo; Sub-Commander, 
Joseph Schoppy; Operations, Gregory Olson; Ad- 
jutant, Robert Piroumian; Administrative, Timo- 
thy Rexrode; Supply, Juan Llarena 

The Brigade 391 




Commander, Jerry Anderson; Sub-Commander, 
James Evans; Operations, Paul Rockswold; Adju- 
tant, Carlos Rivera; Administrative, Daniel 
Schroeder; Supply, Jeffrey Weaver 


Commander, Scott Larson; Sub-Commander, 
Brian Watson; Operations, Mark Powell; Adju- 
tant, Richard Rusnak; Administrative, John Hol- 
land; Supply, Ralph Williams 

392 The Brigade 



Commander. Alan Smith; Sub-Commander, Mi- 
chael Redman; Operations, William Larson; Adju- 
tant, Jeremy Gillespie; Administrative, Craig 
Walker; Supply, Peter Clark 







Commander, Craig Williams; Sub-Commander, 
Daniel Clague; Operations, William McCool; Adju- 
tant, Claude Galiuzzo; Administrative, Michael 
Byman; Supply, William McHugh 


The Brigade 393 



Commander, Donald Holcomb; Sub-Command- 
er, Scott Brooks; Operations, Scott Bell; Adju- 
tant, Brian Belcher; Administrative, Mark Alevi- 
2os; Supply, Brian Antonio 


Commander, James Hunter; Sub-Commander, 
Mark Ploof; Operations, Randolf Wood; Adjutant, 
Christopher Ratliff; Administrative, Tomoko 
Ishikawa; Supply, M. Catherine Gaul 








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394 The Brigade 



Commander. Enrique Miranda; Sub-Command 
er, Craig Malloy; Operations, James Yates; Adju- 
tant, Christopher Henkel; Administrative. Alex- 
ander Tanski, Supply, Gary Reeves 


Commander, Thomas Connally; Sub-Command- 
er, Ward Stevens; Operations, Steven Culpepper; 
Adjutant, Andrew Small; Administrative, Douglas 
Sellers; Supply, Angela Smith 

The Brigade 395 



Capt. Karcher L 


Commander, Stephen Zotti; Sub-Commander, 
James Ricketts; Operations, Bernice German; 
Adjutant, Henry Smith; Administrative, Nancy 
Thompson; Supply, Owen Honors 


Commander, Scott Hiester; Sub-Commander, 
Brian Fletcher; Operations, Mark Kalmbach; Ad- 
jutant, James Bors; Administrative, Stanley Sim- 
pliciano; Supply, Timothy Healey 

Ciwmander, Eri 

396 The Brigade 




Commander, Eric Dyson; Sub-Commander, Thomas Locke; Operations, 
David Waugh; Administrative, Eric Moss; Supply/First Lieutenant, Thom- 
as Cunningham 

Commander, James Nail; Sub-Commander, Cameron Sen; Operations, 
Thomas Looke; Administrative, Cynthia Killmeyer 


Chairman, Harry Smith; Vice-Chairman, Sean 
Freeman; Deputy Vice-Chairman. Stephen 
Trainor; Deputy Vice-Chairman, David Magness; 
Secretary, Richard Rivera; Coordinator, Ruth 

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398 The Brigade 



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CLASS OF 1984: 

Front Row: C- Berfolett, R. Johnson, D 
Selas. L, Carr, M, McGivney. K. Hart. C 
Chen, S, Bibeau, L Beese, C, Kizzee Mid 
die row: S, Noreika, G. Romero, A, Hoi 
lingsworth, J. Hamm, C. Karnbach, P 
Buckley, L. Holtkamp, M. Mueller, C. Fish 
Back row: N. Larson, M. McDowell, J. Kon 
icki, B, RatcliM, J. Cable, K. Burke, A. Gal 
lotta, J. Vann 

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CLASS OF 1985: 

Front row: R. Tilghman, D. Hahn. J. Sims, 
S. Stevenson, J. Marr, A. Maraoui, M, Dun- 
ning, J. Daniel, C. Holte, J. Duran Middle 
row: E. Fain, J. Shevis, A. Bartosik, M. 
McDonough, A. Hinckley, B. Coblentz, J. 
Henry, A. Coetzee, M. Bryant Back row: T. 
Salza, R. Raid, J. Evans, K. Cozad, E. 
Krebs, J. Lennox, E. Digges, E. Beckler, A. 
Sterrett, J. Beadles, T. Owen 


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CLASS OF 1986: 

Front row: M. Niemiera, J. Thames, O. 
Coddington, L. Le, S. Ordich, R. Wolfe, A. 
Raines, S. Daniels, D. Redmond, D. Burque 
Middle row: E. Farrell, R. Bader. G, Miller, 
B. Delbarba, A. Altera, A. Lirette, T Ladau- 
ceur, F. Barone, A. Wells, J. Bellistn, D. 
Weir, E. Bruner, J. Dicampli, J. Hatala. W. 
Lawton Back row: P. Meyer, J. Adkins, T. 
Kramer, J. Hamel, P. Owen, P. Hoffman, 
B. Riley, L. Walker, D. Dimicelli, P, Tuzzolo. 
T, Adams 

The Brigade 399 

1. J. Hults 2. M. Parra 3. S. Herrmann 4. D. Casmey 5. R. Piroumian 6. M. Sin^rrions 7. J.E. ^otz 8. C. Kiergan S^A^SHve la M. A^^^^^^ 
Herdon 12. J. Covell, 13. A. Lenz 14. J. Croce 15. B. Espe 16. J. Dace 17. D. Haas 18. G. WaUer 19. E. "^f^s 20^A. Schlaepfer 2r A^Ga^^^^^^^ 
D. Jensen 23. G. Whitbeck 24. N, Davidson 25. J. Mokris 26. M. Vermillion 28. F, Walker 29. W. Molaro 30. J.D. Streit 31 . D. Fisher 32. M. Quinlan. 



CLASS OF 1984: 

Front row: K. Andersen, T. Goff, M. De 
sens, G. DInicolo, C Swift, J. Amerine, S 
Woessner, J. Weigold Middle row: L. Schu 
macher, G. Lancaster, A. Thomas, M. Yu, 
B. Jones, J. Brennan Back row: S. Borden, 
J. Wharton, D. Stender, H. Hoffman. D, 
Eldredge, D. Schmidt, P. Brannlgan 

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CLASS OF 1985: 

Front row: G. Olson, J. Puglisl, P. Jenkins. 
G Gex. H Prudenclo. D. Bailey, D. O'Neil. 
D. Weiss. R. Portnoy Middle row: A. Orlan- 
do. D. Randle. B. Broberg. J, Heida. T. 
George. A. Butterfield, G^ Lange. W. 
Schultz, J. Mllncsek, B. Altman Back row: 
G. Kent. S. Duma. R. Hartman. J. Valen- 
tine, C. Lowery. S. Wilson. T. SzymanskI, 
C. Bryan. J. Stem 

CLASS OF 1986: 

Front row: J. McDonald. C. Muench. A. 
Stancil, A. Jordan, R. Barbon, A. Vander- 
pyl, E. Martinozzi, L. Wood, S. Deeming 
Middle row: A. Sanches, M. Dolan, J. Bal- 
dino, E. Johnson. E. Cowan. J. Ball, H. 
McFadden, J. Kadowari, S. Carwin Back 
row: M. Killion. G. Perkins. C. Ciccolella, D. 
Allen. R. Moore. P. Scheufele, E. Boyer. W. 
Flinter. D. Sciortino, S. Frick 

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Maj. Storey-3rd 
Company Officer 

Spring Set- M/LT McKinley, M/LTJG Stanton, 
M/ENS Vonier. 

1. F. Frantz 2. D. Molthen 3. M. Arnold 4, D. 
Jenkins 5. M. Wilson 6. D. Lakins 7. G. Olson 8. L. 
Thompson 9. J. Farrell 10. P. Hunt 11. B. Kiddoo 
12. J. Heavner 13. A. Furtner 14. F. Halliwell 15. 
P. Allinger 16. D. Radi 17. B. Lietzau 18. J. Reich 
19. J.G. Hokaj 20. J. McKinley 21. P. Henkel 22. 
J. Scruggs 23. C. Shipper 24. B. Mysinger 25. B. 
Grant 26. E. Powell 27. M. Schaeffer 28. L. Von- 
ier 29. B. Graham 30. B. Traub 31. J. Pandya. 

402 The Brigade 

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CLASS OF 1984: 

Front row; M. Pease, T. Mosher. P. Walsh. 
A Casimes, D Forney, D. Smith, M. Fair- 
ley, R Beach, T, Gehan, M. Hile Middle 
row: F Turner, G. Watson. G. Pease, J 
Nowell, P Rabun, M Murphy, B Bond, J 
Stamos, D Marango Back row: G. Schultz, 
R. McBnde, M. Wilson. C Donnelly. B, Mui- 
lenberg. R. Clark. J. Fusto. C. Richmond. 
R. Ulloa. P. Olivier 


CLASS OF 1985: 

Front row: E. Mendoza, M. Fuzzio. S. De 
bonis. J, Williams, A. Cheney, F. Novak, M 
Giiday, D. Siganthaler, M. McEnroe, D 
Holzrichter Middle row: J. Baquer, D 
Horan, C. Mills, P. Phelps, A. Bellos, C 
Heckey Back row: J. VanCleave, R. Wile- 
man, F. Devine, S, Cade. B. Thompson, M 
Poindexter, R. Puliatti, R. Merriman, M 


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CLASS OF 1986: 

Front row: T. Miller. R. Wilcome. N. Mann. 
R. Shaw, L. Gabion. D. Taylor. R. Round. T, 
Sutherlin. L. Hosack. R. Tokoro Middle 
row: D. Ballister, C. Sizemore. M. Diverde. 
N. Prout. J. Ward. T. Yamamoto. N. Dyk- 
hoff Back row: R. Stevenson. D. Roach. E. 
Bass. J Fournier. R Kruse. J. Mansoeti. J. 
Dahl. J. Ryan. M. Pilon 

The Brigade 4C? 

LT Holman-4th 
Company Officer 


Fall Set- M/LT Currer. M/LTUG Sullivan. Spring Set- M/LT Voightsberger. M/LTJG 
M/ENS Boggs. Zumbar, M/ENS Wells. 

1. B Grambrill 2 J. Baehr 3. D. Hop- 
kins 4. G. Manly 5, R. Rivera 6. R. 
Boggs 7. D. Lestor 8. J. Murray 9. L. 
Pyie 10. G. Wells 11. S. Olevnik 12. S. 
Trainor 13. J. Currer 14. K. Honeker 
15. C. Voightsberger 16. K. Zumbar 17. 
D. Davidson 18. J. Schoppy 19. V. Tis- 
dale 20. E. Peterson 21. F. Morneau 
22 J Canny 23 A. Bai. 


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Front row 

: J. Fellowes, 

B Baker. M. 

Flaggs, J. 

Dorbin, S. 


J, Conklin. P. 

Futcher, S 

Pfeiffer. R 


istopherson. L. 

Hiponia Middle row: 


Holdereid, J. 


, J. Mooney 


Eppers. T. Ran- 

som. D. 



Thompson. T. 

Stubbs. D 

Zevotek, F 


ring. T Ouielev 

Back row: 

D. Mitchell 

V. Wall. J Wester- 1 

beke, M. Eves. G^ Debode 

B. Murphy. R. 

Rabuse, S 

Griffin. K. Blun- 

. T Mortenson 


CLASS OF 1985: 

Front row: E. Dean, D. Sun. J. Kowalewski 
J. Loeblein, G. Ballard, D, Cuthbert. R. Ca 
meron. T. Stout. D. Rhodes. J. Hanson 
Middle row: D. Dibono. J. Grill. M. Hau 
man. L. Switzer. G. Beygo. S. Grenier. W 
Spear. J, Preddy. M. Phillips. L. Gomez 
Back row: D. Pimple. S. Mata. S. Kintzel. R. 
Selvy. M. Klooster, J. Kyser, R. Hoppa, T 
Bourbeau, M. Berger 

CLASS OF 1986: 

Front row: C. Ramos, P. Butler. M, Boyd 
A. Vangeh. K. Whitaker. R. Dansey, N 
Cruz. M. Brilleslyper. J. Campbell, M 
Lunde Middle row: E. Stechmann, W. Mo 
res, S Szymanski. G- Fernandez. D, Moyn 
Ihan. G. Wright. J. Galambos. M. Powers 
N. Kledzik Back row: J. Wilson. S. Bowen 
G. Lecarl, R. Tabb, S. Mixson. E. McQueen 
D. Eyres. J. Tranchini. J. Tatera. G. Fen- 
ton. F, Herreros 

The Brigade 405 


5+K CO. U5NA 

Lcdr Reese-5th 
Company Officer 

Fall Set- M/LT Dammeier. M/LTJG Mercado, 
M/ENS Philbrook. 

Spring Set- M/LT Ellis. M/LTJG Riegel. 
M/ENS Miller, 

Jo^ 0, Baker 
fnfi, 0, Price 

1. B. Laroche 2. B. Dammeier 3. J. Mill- 
er 4. M. Philbrook 5. H. Wolfangel 6. S. 
DuPont 7. T. Jewell 8. P. Ellis 9. V. Mer- 
cado 10. D. Anderson 11. J. Riegel 12. 
J. Cooney 13. J. Frye 14. J. harding 15. 
D. Pellette 16. D Scott 17. J. Lovering 
18. B. Hinkley 19. J. Doyle 20. J. Cera- 
soulo 21. R. Martin 22. T. Rexrode. 

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CLASS OF 1984: 

Front row; S Berninger, J. Herron. R 
Speer, S Kushino, A, Graziano, R King, J 
Bishop, B, Gehnnger, R Gonzalez, J Ab 
bot Middle row; J Glaeser. R Silva. J 
Cook, C Coucoules, T, Huff, P McDevitt 
D. Cassidy. C Saunders, D Neely Back 
row: D. Harris, P. Dallman, D Goins, T. 
Marnane, D, Klehl, A. Abramson, M Mohr, 
D. Dugan 



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CLASS OF 1986: 

Front row; K Nibbelink, D. Byman, E. Bur- 
gess, C. Merrill, R. Elly, C. Montemayor, L. 
Hook, R. Garcia, K Jackson, V Caldwell 
Middle row: G. Hansen, J. Heard, M, Duffy 
R. Romaine, K. Brown, L Cassidy, B. Pear 
son, S. Donofrio, G. Gerson. J. Evancevicfi 
A. Stewart, R. Pressly, J. Miller, K. Baugh 
man, C. Brewer Back row: T Falkner. K 
Hanson, J Foley, T. Forney, B. Porter, R 
OIko, S. Everly. S. Winfrey, B. Barnett. R 
Brooks, D Collins, 8. McGinnis 

The Brigade iC 

Fall Set- M/LT Macyko. M/LTJG Linton, Spring Set- M/LT St. George. M/LTJG Sax. 
M/ENS Thompson. M/ENS Anderson. 

1. J. Stagliano 2. A. Macyko 3. B. Hind 
4, J, Benner 5. E. Sax 6. J. Hille 7. P 
Anderson 8. M. Koval 9. M. Seaver 10 
C. Piersall 11. C. Sink 12. J. Drake 13 
W. Omberg 14. J. Krepps 15. C. St 
George 16. R. Page 17. C. Killmeyer 
18, B. Collins 19. R. Gilbeau 20. J. To- 
falo 21. D. Kelley 22. D. Krall 23. D 
Montgomery 24. A. Ross 25. E. Reuter 
26. D. Forney 27. F. Ressel 28. P. Man 
ibo 29. W. Smith 30. T. Thompson 31 
E. Roane 32. D. Linton 33. F. Gallo. 

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CUSS OF 1984: 

Front row: D. Adamus. S. Brawley. C. Gar 
belotti. M. Devin, K Powell. T. Lutton, A 
Daverede, T Goaley, T Mesora, K 
McGann Middle row: E. Wills, J O'Sullivan 
R. Nixon, M, Marron, D. Boucher, J, Jor 
genson, G. Carpenter, P Mayer, S Hil 
ferty, D. Burg Back row: R. Gustafson, G 
English, S. Randolph, M. Martinez, B, 
Poynter, J. Thien, D. Dacruz, T. Mclntyre, 
M. Massee, T. Miller 

CUSS OF 1985: 

Front row: J. Matic, J. Smith, T. Mohr, J. 
Payoyo, J, Wade, D. Martins, J. Norton, M. 
Maddox, C. Studevan, C. Lyter Middle 
row: B. Davis, D. Morris, J. Ireland, M. 
Brownell, P. Matthews, D. Schweizer, M. 
Fletcher, B. Williamson, D. Adamiak, R. Ra- 
coosin Back row: J. Schmit, J. Punelli, P. 
Hee, T. Costello, E. Pogue, R. Cobb, K. 
Mosher, R. Lumsden, R. Legenza, P. Doug- 


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CUSS OF 1986: 

Front row: N. Pelosi, A. Parker, C. Carlixle 
K. Davison, D. Edson, T. Smith, D. Villar 
real, P. Reeves, S. Korol Middle row: M 
Reddick, R. McSaveny. M. McGill, B Pa 
gel, R. Lamb, R. McClanahan, K. Doremus 
C. Lucas, R. Powers, S. Fowler, R Bodziak 
Back row: G, Miller, S. Donaldson, M. Hoi 
comb, J. Dubinok, D. MacNeil, G Ayers, W 
Wallin, C. Benden, M. Parkyn, I. Dampier 
G Hodge, K. Gentry 


The Brigade 409 


LCDR Rudd 7th 
Company Officer 

Spring Set- M/LT Vicini. M/LTJG 
Armstrong, M/ENS Savery. 

L L. Bryla 2. D. Schroeder 3. W. Lyon 
4. M. Neff 5. S. Brummett 6. J. Wooley 
7. J. Armstrong 8. S. Savery 9. G. 
McCarthy 10. T. Callaghan 11. M 
Gubenski 12. B. Corcoran 13. L. Koeller 
14. E. Vicini 15. C. Weber 16. D. 
Magness 17. M. Krechel 18. D. Karson 
19. C. Rivera 20. J. Gogue 21. J. Rupp 
22. P. Savage 23. D. Dixon 24. M. 
Hinton 25. V. Genco 26. J. Greenway 
27. H. Tillman 28. S. Messer 29. J. 
Andreano 30. M. Powell 31. R. Fields 32. 
R. Aronson. 

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CLASS OF 1984: 

Front row: R, Beagle, M. Forehand. A 
Webster. R. Wix. B, Flock. J. Schofield. 
D, Kumangai. M. Rawhouser, M. Murray. 
T. Horn Middle row: B. Comstock. R. 
Krause. J. McCormick. C. Manning. L, 
Nesta. D. Wuestenberg. G Murptiy. C 
Clint Back row: J. Weber. G, Butler, J 
Augustine. G Gurbach. S. Chesson. E 
Conan. W, Tillman. A. Litton. T, Walton. 
R. Brown, W. Biel 


CLASS OF 1985: 

Front row: M. Pleasant, D. Marquis. T 
Olt, D. Brooks, J. Petrilla, A, Ctiase, T. 
Howell, R, Underwood, R, McArthur 
Middle row: L. Alexander, A. Delgado, E- 
Culpepper, W. Norris, D. Price, W Peck. 

C. Buehler Back row: M. Johnson. D. 
Tuten. M. Fletcher, P. Sutton. T. Kerber. 

D. Becker. A. Mearig, B. Armes 

CLASS OF 1986: 

Front row: T. Allen. P. Nicodemus. M 
Turner. J. MacMillan. S. Kahler, W, 
Jones, E, Potente. T. Warden. J- 
Hudgens, R. Maus Middle row: S 
Castro, C. Walden, S. McPhillips, J 
Heathenngton. F. Dodds. R. Andreas. R 
Dennehy. D. Hale. S. Wizotzki. B. Dean 
Back row: D. English. M. Althouse. B 
Onnalley, J. Boener, Z. Clyde, T, Ovens. 
A. Laboa, C. Edwards, J. FItzpatrick. J. 
Denuto, R. Shreckengost 

The Brigade 411 


FallSet- M/LT Dacey. M/LTJG Woodruff, Spring Set- M/LT Weis. M/LTJG Guseman, 
M/ENS Bartee. M/ENS Cart. 

1. M. Breen2. T. Sfiindelar 3. R. Guseman 4, J Loper 5. S. Thoresen 6 M Cart 7, L. Bartee 8 A Scissum 9 T D.irey 10 S. Oda 11 H 
Schurman 12. J. Weis 13 D Wadsworth 14 A. Skehan 15 G Woodruff 16. D Clause 17 C. OBrien 18. M. Zap 19 M Phillips 20. K 
Williams 21. G. Lester 22. K. Owins 23. P Shankland 24. N. Ingerson 25. L. Brown 26. J. Holland 27. M. Chavez 28. K. Lui 29. J. Wilson. 

412 The Brigade 


CLASS OF 1984: 

Front row: P. LIuy, - 


A. Farrell, 


Newman, S. Bovington 





M. Chimicak 


Eash. J. Gelinne | 


row: S. Kirschner 




Pagano, T. Dua, B. 


r, T. Ivan, 



M. Waldschmidt 


Renda Back | 

row: D 

Benson, C, 


R. Olsen 



T. Green, S. 



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CLASS OF 1985" 

Front row: M. Torbit, B, Wiseman. K, Brun- 
ini, W. Schmidt, M. Hajosy, D. Miller, S 
Mahlum, D. Hume Middle row: J. Jensen 
C, Thebaud, G. Dayoub, M. Miller, B. Led 
better, R. Johnson, C Lutz Back row: K 
Jenkins, T. Lerch, H, Barr, D. Volgenau, K 
Yamashita, M. Meloro, K, Heme, C, Weiler 

CLASS OF 1986: 

Front row: R. Williams, K. Prusso, D. 
Burke, C. Wansley, D. White, E. Wolski, S. 
Jones, M. Amedick, J. Carroll, D. Grutal 
Middle row: T. Istvan, M. Miller, C. Matson, 
M. Swatling, R. Tolomeo, P. Grandelli, B. 
Feinstein, G. Meigs, P. Lynch. J. Seman- 
cik, L. Loepke, T. Marbois. R. Raus Back 
row: J. Ramos, E. Webster, S. Goodwin, J. 
Crouse, M. Nahoopii, E. Sauerbrey, E. 
Kyle, M. Koleber, S. Conners, S. Zike, W. 
Dunstan, A. Cyr 



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LCDR Leib - 9th 
Company Officer 





• • 1 

Fall Set- M/LT Lukenbil 
M/ENS Ostrom. 

M/LTJG Boddiford. 

1, B. Eikenberg 2 M. Keating 3. E. Feege 4. J. 
Weaver 5. B. J. Bigger 6. J.C. Harding 7. T,S. Smith 
8. C. Montross 9. H. Hundley 10^ J. P. Wilkinson 11. 
C, Husa 12. C. Colon 13. J. Boddiford 14. D. Eguchi 
15. P.B. Yujica 16. J.L. Marana 17. K. Hymers 18. 
B.S. Watson 19. R. Williams 20. W. Hart 21. P. Ga- 
merdinger 22. T. Crompton 23. C. Lukenbill 24. J. 
Rivas 25. C. Ballister 26. J.L. Johnson 27. M. Hape- 
man 29. CAPT. Flight 30. MRS. Flight. 

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dinger, M/ENS Rivas 

414 The Brigade 


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CLASS OF 1984: 

Front row: L, Naeyaert, B 

Paulk. M. Nev- 

ins, A Samora, G. Waters. 

B. Everist. Mid 

die row: D Hudson. M 

Sakawiwa. L 

Quinn. G. Haberlm. M. Quigley. B Ham 

mett Back row: D. Sheppard. D. Roper. R 

Farrell. M, Strano 

CLASS OF 1985: 

Back Row: P. Lerke. R. Hyer, D. Harrison, 
J. Bruce. V. Bowhers. G Locher. P. Reitf. 
A. Bota Middle row: B, Thone. J. Fordham. 
J. Nagle. W. Fitzgerald. S Harrison. J. 
Clapp, T. Smith. R. Palladino. K. Leeds 
Front row: G. Watka. J. Godeaux. B. 
Hoffer. C. Yi, E. Wallace. B. Stegall. A. As- 
sel, B. Poor, J. Winkler, R. Divito 

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CLASS OF 1986: 

Back row: M, Rivandeneira. 

E Harris 


Wilson. F 


. J. Vahsen 

. B, Hall. 



M. Miller 

Middle row: 

F, Cardinalli, | 

C. Long 

K Mas 

tropaolo. W 



Black. T 


D. Greico. 

G. Winter 



Front row: P. Rodn 

te. T Stan- | 

dard. B. 

Foy. S- 

Skrabalz. J 




K Berl 

n. B Merz 

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CLASS OF 1984: 

Front row: M. Cedrun. G. Peoples. S. Szy- 
manski. M Ehlers. J. Fijalkowski. N. Free- 
man. M. Parsons, G, Marvil Middle row: W. 
Lee. J, Zwirner, J Dunson. J Escobar. S 
Ceraolo, M. Plaisance, S. Chachula Back 
row: H. Overle. M. Guyll. B. McMasters. J 
Mongan. J. Pasternak 


CLASS OF 1985: 

Front row: J. Goodwin, D. Shroyer. L Dun 
bar. L. Blaise. J. Uhl. R. Dorrell. R. Nelson 
B. Snight Middle row: W. Jones. D. Rich 
ardson. M. Trujillo. J. Shippey. T. Tees. S 
Price Back row: V, Richardson. S. Speith 
G. Floyd, C. Lindsay, R. Coombs, W. Thom 
as. L. Jaenichen. G. Waidelich 

CLASS OF 1986: 

Front row: S. Franklin. C. Campion, L 
Kough, S. Graustein, P. Costello, A 
Shaffer, J. Wallis, H. Dunbrack, G. Norris 
Middle row: S. Grimm, J. Kim, B, Sheedy 
T. MCGarvey, D, Baggett, C. Jimenez, J 
Kern, M. Donigan, M. Jordan, B, Kopchick 
Back row: P, Sneddon, T. Donoghue, K. 
Zingheim, R. Richey, M. Dorko, J. McAnan- 
ly, F. Beverly, K. Kasprzak, B, Reap 

The Brigade 4r 

Fall Set- M/LT G Faller. M/LTJG M. Rafter, Spring Set- M/LT G. McGovern, M/LTJG 

M/LTJG J. Battle. DC. Renner, M/ENS J. Rose. 

1. E. Takesuye, 2. K.C. Fitzpatrick 3. 
K. Wilson 4. C. McDonald 5. D.C. 
Renner 6. C. Faller 7 T. Mathews 8. 
L, Hayward 9. B Wehner 10. J. 
Raynolds 11. J. Lett 12. J. Battle 13 
J. Hudson 14. M. Radice 15. D. 
Barland 16. J Anderson 17. R. 
Schott 18. J. Johannesen 19. K. 
Kelly 20. D. Needham 21. J. 
McGovern 22. J. Rose 23. P. Webb 
24. P. Becker 25. T. Van Gunten 26 
M. Rohrback 27. M. Rafter. 


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418 Ttie Brigade 




CLASS OF 1984: 

Front row: G Bressler. P. Higgins, M. Por- 
ter, B. Lewis, F. Petrosino, T Hastings, A, 
Monoz, J, Albergo, M. Matteo, D. Holloway 
Middle row: D. Karabin, B. Castaneda, T. 
Williamson, G. Crabtree, J, GIron Back 
row: J, Sylvester, C Gromek, T. Bowman, 
D. Aumuller, T. Ploeger, J. Ziemian, D Ste- 
vens. T Collins 

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Front row: K. Brooks, R. Morgan, T. Mu- 
lichi, J. Stemple, D. Bixby. R. Fry, S. 
Munsch, S. Mooradian, B. Donohue. D. Pa- 
cious Middle row: S. Cramer, C. Crowe, M. 
Perdomo, S. Racine, F. Mitzel, B, Heaphy, 
C. Hull, F. Simie, B. Perry Back row: B. 
Byron, B. Fahy. T. Winter, j. Olmsted, J. 
Edwards, R. Hugenroth, H. Murphy, B 
Genoble, S. Powers 


CLASS OF 1986: 

Front row: J. Schell, J. Hennessey, M. Asti 
ley, R. Knar, R. Choi, R. Richardson, M 
Kenney. M. McMahan Middle row: R 
Acosta, B. Doy, W. Keith, M. Pletke, J. 
Waite, T. Moses, D. Kaye, D. Spaceman 
Back row: D. Petersen, W. Harkin, M. Or 
zell, R. Gibbons, J. Fleming. P. Patton. H 

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The Brigade 419 


Lt Lorentz-12th 
Company Officer 

1 S. Lynch 2. W. O'Brien 3. D. Pass 4. 
C. Bresnahan 5. G. Hester 6. J. Shoe- 
make 7. W. Dobbratz 8. T. Edwards 9. 
M. Kellogg 10. W. Oxx 11. P. Coronado 
12. M. Coyan 13. B. Marin 14. D. Sny- 
der 15. R. Torres 16. M. Oravec 17. M. 
Gideon 18. J. Monahan 19. S. Oldham 
20. B. Budai 21 . B. Holmes 22. S. Dean- 
gelis 23. R. Crigger 24. S. Flatley 25. D. 
Beemer 26. P McKenney 27. S. Larsen 
28. Tarquinio 29. J. Emery 30. J. White- 
sides 31. J. Evans 32. J. Duran 33. M. 
Barbour 34. D. Hinderliter 35. J. Miller. 


420 The Brigade 


CLASS OF 1984 

Front row: 

E Baker. S Gravini. R Gradel. | 

J Funk, C 


C. Hobaugh, K. 

Koehler, J 

Hasbrouck. D 

Conkey, E Niel- 

sen Middle 

row: P. Barr 

T SchaeHer, S 

Skinner. D 

Ruedi. G. Vandenberg. E Dunn | 

Back row: 

D Sileo, C, K 

irschten, F Car- 

others, H. 


R. Oakenell 

CLASS OF 1985: 

Front row: M. Montesanti, J. Williams, M 
Stepaniak, E. Harman. W. Clark. D. Peck 
E. Gilstad, G. Olsen, M. Rose. D. Harter 
Middle row: F. Fries. W. Young. K. Diedei 
ich. M. Gannon. J. Merritt. R. Dalton. J. 
Geier. L. Smith, E. Evans, M. Dashiell, E. 
Bush Back row: G. Brown, B. Burke, J 
Edwards. V. Debban. K. Menke, E. Strong. 
P. Wilkens, S. Vahsen, D. Fisher, B. Min 
zenmayer, B. Wright, J. McNeilly. V. Meyer 

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CLASS OF 1986: 

Front row: J. Welch, B. Kim. M. Jones. S 
Harrison. J. Wilczynski. J. Lautrup. A De- 
vino. C. Corish, P. Allison. C. Miller Midle 
row: E. Irwin. G. Minogue. K. O'Malley. J, 
Digiandomenico. J. Layton. M. Henry, J. 
Pelkey. J. Calandra. T. Monks. P, Weig- 
man. D. Ulsh Back row: B. Babcock. D 
Merzke. J, Schmitz. E. Fudge. C Wilson. 
M. ZIomke. S. Mitchell, P. Vance, C. 
Hughes. T. Millman' 


The Brigade 421 

Maj Noto - 13th 
Company Officer 



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Fall Set- M/LT Hooks. M/LTJG Needleman, Spring Set- M/LT Yoper. M/LTJG Boyle. 
M/ENS O'Connor. M/ENS Young. 


1. D. Snyer2. J. Wiltenmuth 3. P. Holland 4 D. Phaneuf 5 R Lago 6. M Treadwell 7 T Evans 8 C Dolyniuk 9 T Suerman 10 J Hooks 11 C 
Galuzzo 12. L. Boyle 13. J. Finley 14. M. Barclift 15. M. McMahon 16. D. Weimer 17. E Pyne 18 L. Young 19 A Smith 20. J. Ward 21. M. 
Needleman 22. G. Rusch 23. T. Bennte 24. L. O'Connor 25. J. Eberhart 26. B. Weinert 27. M. Feely 28. D. Yoder. 

422 The Brigade 

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CLASS OF 1984: 

Front row: S Scannell. S 

Spooner, M 

Deppe, P Nardi, F 

Sutton, 1 

Busmire, E. 

Brady, D. Bunker, 

J, Laughhr 

. M Pagnan- 

elh Middle row: K 


D. Etkins, P. 

Johnson, H Lasell 

M Murray 

, C Hatcher, 

J. Giangiuh, M. Brodowicz, 

M. Fallot, C. 

Noah Back row: J 


B. Matts, K. 

Olsen, J. Ringel. J. 


B. Martin. P. 

Lawver. J Taylor, 

T, Williams, 1, Guibas 

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CLASS OF 1985: 

Front row: M. O'Brien, R, Camalho, D. Lar- 
son, D. Samples, C. Collins, B. Mimms, P. 
Rabbit, B. Espe. R. Roland, T. Pedersen 
Midle row: B. Olds, G. Ellis, M. Long, D. 
Moeller, M. Fitzpatrick, E. Hernandez, D. 
Kim, F. Thola Back row: J. Matza, T. Ston- 
er, Y. Prosperi, B. Ridings, J. Lombardi, T. 
Evans, E. Petruncio, M. Lysaght, A. Jones 

J, Ward 21. M 

CUSS OF 1986: 

Front row: S. Kawamoto, M. Cernicek, G. 
Morin, G. Williams, J. Nobles, M. Wilier. S. 
Jennings, L. Feuchtbaum, P. Lyons. B. 
Donovan Middle row: R. Perron, A. Swe- 
dean, B. Glover, B. Beil, A. Wierzbicki. C. 
Atwell. K. Ulisnik, P. Mansfield, K. Fuji- 
shege, R. Wohid, N Peterson Back row: J. 
Snider, W. Sivertsen, M. Pruebstle, D. 
Parker, D. Wata, W. Carr, C. Lvtikainen, L. 
Shuttleworth, M. Kelly. D. Butterbrodt 


FfonI ro«. 
Lyons, J. H 
f, Eficksor 
B Ffoncillo 
Co*. P. 
M Dtorak 
J, Marl. 

Capt. laquinto 
14th Company Officer 

Spring Set- M/LT Kraft, M/LTJG Yuen. 
M/ENS Sink. 

1. T. Dalpini 2 D Simmons 3, T. Vindich 4. M. 
Hopgood 5. J O'Leary 6. R Ecder 7 J. McGIII 
8. K Papp 9. A. Pollard 10. W. Larson U.S. 
Noroel 12. R. Jentoft 13, J. Smith 14. C. Sink 
15. C. Williams 16. R. Wise 17. F. Blundetto 
18, J. Guhano 19. C. Murch 20. M. Pearl 21. T. 
Kraft 22 K Watters 23. J Soto 24 J. Spruill 
25, G. Zuschlag 26. J. Yuen 27. P Soares 28. 
J. Crockett 

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424 Tfie Brigade 

CLASS OF 1984: 

Front row: A. Coomber, T. Campbell, M 
Lyons, J. Hemmen, R. Miranda. M. Galon 
P. Erickson, B. Drummond, A. Bierbauer 
R. Froncillo Middle row: M. McCracken. J 
Cordle. P, Povlock, T. Dalton, G. Dimitro 
M. Dvorak. R. Laufer, 8. Murtha, S 
Coulter, K. Dixon. C. Tettelbach Back row 
J. Fluhart. M. Smith. R. Bower, M. Open- 
Shaw, P. Beaumont. J. Murray. J. Willson 
A. Quintong, M. Allman 

CLASS OF 1985: 

Front row: C, Adams, L. Caputo. E. Smith 
S Kelly, S Melton, R. Brown, J. McCord 
R. Ing, J, Beel Middle row: D. Whalen, L 
Falkenbach, F. Wagner, R. Hale, P, Bishop 
S. Sobka. K. Weist. J. Carey Back row: R 
Cissel. K, Clinch. M. Gregory. S. Grace. S 
Callahan, M. Ottinger, D. Mellecker, L 

CLASS of 1986: 

Front row: G. Landkamer. W. Thurlow, D 
Baca, A. Jackson, J. Jackson, S. Shaw, N 
Weakland, P. Petri, C. Dodges Middle row 
S. Conroy, E, Little, E, Knapp, T. Judge. T 
Tonan. S. Giarrizzo. M. Green. J. Davis. E 
Adams Back row: S. Varani. J. Chatelain 
T. Olsen. M Morrissey. W. Craig. M. Crane 
R. Lloyd, A. Hutchinson, S. Wade, T. Jack 


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The Brigade 42^ 

M/LTJG Stewart. 

Spring Set- M/LT Jones. M/LTJG Hicks. 
M/ENS Taylor. 

P Albert, M 
M Colby, 

1 K Parton 2. L. Ruggiero 3. S Hubeli 4. M 
Coughhn 5. B, Jacobi 6. R. Haskins 7. J. Stewart 
8, B. Conrad 9. Y, Williams 10. D. Jones U.K. 
Podolak 12. E. Jackson 13. H,B, Smith 14. B. 
Tyree 15. M, Molkenbuhr 16. D. Hicks 17, C. 
Smith 18. T. Bailey 19. M. Woods 20, B. McHugh 
21. R. Taylor 22. P. Clark 23. P. Mahosky. 

4?6 The Brigade 



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CLASS OF 1984 

Front row: D. Terwilliger. J. Schmitt. P 
Dobbs, R. Knapper, D Nedry, J Proko- 
piak, J So. T. Kymn. N Miller Middle row 
R Budicin. J Bates. R Clark. N Quick. F 
Koprucu. S McGinty. T Wise. J Schmitz. 
R Cassetta. P Springer Back row J La- 
made. C Sternberg. G Murray. R Cze- 
chowski, S Bowman, L. Grammer, L. 
Seutter. A. Gomez, T. Pickerlll, R. Wach 


Front row: J. Overton, P. Dietrich, C 
McGee, J. Hassenfeldt, E, Nixon, R Burg- 
er, T. Kersey, B. Velasquez, G. Campbell 
P. Kwoka Middle row: R, Warnock. A. San 
nicolas, B. Roper, E. Short, L Zimmer 
man, S. Urbina, M. Lalli, G. Lawrence. G 
Slook. C. Makuch. J. Bennett. R Ewing 
Back row: R, Carriedo. M. Dalgetty. J Maf 
fei. M. Blumenberg. M. Napolitano. R 
Dean. M. Mally, R. Starsman. R. Price. J 

The Brigade 427 



Lt. Arellano - 16th 
Company Officer 

Fall Set- M/Lt McCrary, M/LTJG Stuber, Spring Set- M/LT Murphy, M/LTJG McKenna, 
M/ENS Sherrard. M/ENS Greer. 

1. S. Boracchia 2. E, Ferris 3. P. Mc 
Kenna 4, T Murphy 5. J. Sherrard 6. P 
Sawyer 1 M. Salvato 8. D Dober 9. C 
Johnson 10. B. Robinson 11. D. Clague 
12. J. Stuber 13 G Stenstrom 14 M 
Claps 15. C. Alexander 16 C. Bevilac 
qua 17. G. Harrington 18. T. Frakes 19 
T Carey 20 B Greer 21 R Festa 22 
M. Redman 23. J. Depp 24. M. Labra 
dor 25. D. Dickenson 26. B. Fauara. 

128 The Brigade 

Class of 1984: 

Front row J Hartman, D. Baker. S. Neal. 
R McDonald, M Chase. D. Osen. A. Smith. 
M Edwards Middle row; M, Patterson. T. 
Smyers. H Matlosz. J Aquilino. A. Sharp. 
W Mazanel. A. Meurer. M. Johns Back 
row: J. Doyle, S Rosky. C. Perkins. J. Fos- 
ter. 8. Jenkins. B. Stephens, S, Lanier 

Class of 1985: 

Front row: L. Ramirez, S. Benvenuttt. G, 
Rosen. B, Smith, J. Anderson, M, Libonati, 
D. Fields, C. Taylor, R. Villar, M. Graham 
Middle row: J. Hull, A. Paul, F. Isaminger, 

Stone, J. Franke, B, Groover, S. Bugai, 
C. Drenter, B. Wooten, P. Soltesz, J, Ber- 
nardi. T. Logan, K. Adams, B. Conway 
Back row: T, Daniels, D. Harris, H, Mayer, 

Dill, J. Yancigay, T, Alexander, B. Mel- 

, A. Gibb, P. Redmon, S. Mack, J. Rist. 



Class of 1986: 

Front row: G, Janvier, L Turner, C, Atkin- 
son, J. Fietz, C. Simpson, K. Freeman, B. 
Calkins, M. Vermeulen. M. Testen. J. Zio- 
bro Middle row: M. Pereira, C. Freise, T. 
Kelly, J. Russ, A. Hale, S. Craig, D, Koc- 
zela, R. Baczuk, R. Boho, H. Stallings, P. 
Luebbe, J, Paganelli, D. Dienst Back row: 
A, Broch, B. Gately, T. Holley, R. Malc- 
zynski, P, Salit, R. Kuzy, J. Wilson. T. Turn- 
er. K. Meenaghan. R. Proano. D. Reiber 


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1. K. Menz2, B Flaskerud 3. R. Mahr 4. M. Johnston 
5. M. Crosby 6, C. Loria 7. F. Shaffer 8. J. Fletcher 9. 
D. Roberts 10. B. Matthews IL B. Riegel 12. C. 
Piefras 13. D. Nameroff 14. S. Jackson 15. S. O'Con- 
nor 16. J. Mathers 17. D. Rydholm 18. S. Steeves 
19. J. Clark 20. C. Walker 21. D. Ellsworth 22. M. 
Hagerott 23 E Baldwin 24. B. Koivu 25. S. Bubier 
26. T. Kieth 27 J McKeon 28. R. Chapleski 29. G. 
Haines (missing: E. Becker, J. Esper. W. McCool, R. 
Baldochi, and R. Cambell.) 

Fall Set- M/LT Chapleski. M/LTJG Ellsworth, 
M/ENS Rydholm 

Spring Set- M/LT Becker, M/LTJG Haines. 
M/ENS Clark. 

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Class of 1986: 

Front row: S. Rewald, M 

Cintron, Q. Ra- 

mil, P. Leary, B. Solo, 

M. Mitchell, M. 

Black, M. Alegre, B. Pellegrin, B. Moore | 

Middle row: J. Newton, J. 

Reich, J. Brown, 1 

P. Grabowsky, M. Feffer 

D. Noltkamper, 1 

R. Testyon. B. Barnes, B. 

Hoffman, D. Rit- 1 

miller, M. Tegina Back row: B. Dyson, D. | 

Pimpo, D. Kneger, R 

Laemmie, J. 

Duecker, G. Dragan, L 

Daugherty, C, 

Brown, M. Woods 

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1. E. Reintjes 2, M. Resnick 3. G. San- 
tos 4 S. Wickerson 5. B. Moran 6. G. 
Kessler 7, R, Woodfork 8. M. Byman 9. 
D, McCall 10^ G^ Miksch 11. S. Gabris- 
zeski 12. L. Gill 13 G Mayo 14. A. 
Goehrig 15. M Dellatto 16. M. Shippee 
17 R Convento 18. G. Brandquist 19. 
K James 20 M. Olson 21 D. Roach 
22. M. Kohrs 23. A. Laney 24, J. Gilles- 
die 25. R. Waye 26. M. Tammen 27 D. 
Drehoff 28. W. Galinis 29 J. Blake (Not 
pictured R. Hennelly.) 

432 The Brigade 




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Class of 1984: 

Front row: D Cooper, A Tolg. R A(ken. K 
Kilday, S Talamantes, P Cochran, R. Lee 
D Brumley Middle row: L, Clark, R Rich 
ardson, H Merk, M. Chipkevich, E Wilson 
K Darden, K Winenng, D Caldwell, D 
Doster Back row: R Sexton. S Orren. R 
Sheldahl, K Tirman, M. Sheperd, G Kar 
pick, T Downing, S. Hedges 

Class of 1985: 

Front row: T. Olson, G. Smith, S. Hlllman, 
A. Solgere. T. f^alick, B. Saxman. J. Walk- 
er, R. Nowak, G. McGlffney, J, Geis Middle 
row: B. More, L. Hickey, G. Milowicki, W, 
Johnson, G. Habel, D. Morris, C. Smith, B. 
Nolan, M. MCNamara, F. Gunsallus Back 
row: S. Boerigter, B. Higgins, J. Brightwell, 
D. Wood, M. Yniguez, T. Marshall. J. Miley, 
A. Andow, D. Deist, M. Huggins 


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Class of 1986: 

Front row: J Neal, P. Albata, J, Relnhart. 
A Arredondo, G. McMichael. J. Horneff, T. 
Lawrence. F. Peterson. D. Perez. A. Jaru- 
sewski Middle row: J. Ryder. J. Whelan. C. 
Dougherty. N. Connally. J Rucker. T. Mal- 
liet. E. Mehalko. R. Collins. T, Forey. G. 
Vincent. K. hams. S. Sutherland. J, Ohman 
Back row: J, Gephart, D. Driftmeyer, T. 
Kitchen, D. Hanlon, J. Coe. M. Bellinger. J. 
Koehr. J. Current. S. Cannon. B. Spray- 
berry. P, Sita. E, Tillman 

The Brigade 433 


Fall Set- M/LT Ramsey, M/LTJG Formey, Spring Set- M/LT McGee. M/LTJG Zahr 
M/ENS Mahoney. M/Ens Alcala. 

1. K. KornchukZ. T. Corcoran 3 L Zahm 4. A Hofley 5 M Melillo 6. T. Cheamitru 7. P. Siegrist 8. A. Wilding 9. C. Sitarski 10. M. Poirier 11 
Butler 12 W. Powell 13 L Comerford 14. D Saba 15 J Amy 16 F Forney 17. B. Belcher 18. 8. McGee 19. G. Miller 20. B. Gahn 

434 The Brigade 




Class of 1984: 

Front row: P, Gawryzewski, S, Vogelsang. 
M. Wallace. C, Hamner, S. MacArthur. L. 
Price, G. Navin. J, Brown. M Stolarski. M. 
Jacobson Middle row: S, Atkin. M Granier. 
P. Arenos, T, Onorati. T. Mauro. D Hall. K. 
Bradquist, L. Ellis. D Gellene, W. Blue. W. 
Elliot. G. Williams Back row: R. Sawyer, S. 
Rasphcka. D. Vanderschoot. D. Burns, M. 
Purcell, J. Quint. R. Hollenbeck, S Wil- 
liams, A. Hale. N. Enriquez 





Class of 1985: 

Front row: B. Williams. A, Gross. S. Wells. 
S. Simpson, A. Yetman, R. Busfi. B. Clark. 
K. Anderson. L. Bever, C. Betton Middle 
row: T. Hanson. S- Reicfiard. W. Burchell, 
S. Pimpo. D. Barham Back row: S. Piatt. C. 
Denman, J. Syverten, J. Budway, D. Bur- 
ton, J. Sheldrup. T. Sylvester. S. Carlson. 
W. Bell. S. Bongardt. M. Gradwohl. G. Gar- 


Class of 1986: 

Front row: T, Quesada. J. Malloy, S. Out 
law, J. Guy, M. Glavy, G. Glards, E. Wentz 
S- Helmers. J, Delia Middle row: R. Salvan 
era. P. Needham, K, Tempus. W- Whaley 
M. Ware. N, Sawyer. U. Maleda, K. Da 
lamer. D. Houser. A. Shuma Back row: J 
Emerick. B. Bickford. J. Flores. J- O'Don 
nell. J. Miranda, G. Procak, J. Martinellt, A 
Schneider, M. Sullivan 

Spring Set- M/LTWirsching, M/LTJG Benson. 
M/ENS Foley. 

, LT. Sloane 2. C. Deltoro 3. J. Benson 
4. J. Mulligan 5 D. Diorio 6. D. Hol- 
comb 7. L. Hinkley 8. P. Ditullio 9. N, 
Schiavetta 10. C.Gaul 11. R. Hayes 12. 
R. Fuchs 13. K. Levins 14. J. Garrava 
15. M. Foley 16, L. Thomas 17. S. Koye 
18. R. Jordan 19. M. Kanakis 20. S. 
WIrsching 21. M. Skidmore 22. S. Mur- 
phy 23. T. Fernan 24. J. Hunter 25. R. 

436 ThG Brigade 


Class of 1984: 

Front row: W. Hosch. E. McCarthy, G 
Shore. R Cox, R. Espinosa, M. Lopez, B, 
Wiegert, T. Rogers, C. Frederick Middle 
row: S. Ripley. A. Bell, S. Heyward, J, Han 
non, D, Ratte, W, Belt, K. Peckenpaugh, M 
Avila Back row: A. Grosskurth. C, Bagwell 
T. Dietz. T. Meadows. D. Booth. K. Scott 
T. Cuff. G. Heruth. T Wing. M. Garcia 

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Class of 1985: 

Front row: J. Skufca. H. Castillo. R. Snow, 
T. Polinchock, T, Park, F. Sheehan, E 
Maufield, v. Zaccardi. S. Dueker. J. Thorn 
as Middle row: A. Castillo. 8. Muxlow. R 
Walzer. J. Polo. E. Doyle. M, Haumer. T, 
Landefeld. D. Oliver. C Wilson. M. Dahlin, 
M Siewertsen Back row: P Harris. J 
Hoyle. P. Criswell. J. Biggs. K. Gue. T 
Bates. D. Cooksey. D. Island. T. Moore. B 


Class of 1986: 

Front row: T, Burket, S. Moore. T 
Luscher. R, Fresquez. T Wagner. J Smith. 
D. Caballero. S. Davidson, L. Vazquez Mid- 
die row: T. Simoes, B. Allen, E. Roberts, S. 
Gureck, D. BaczkowskI, S. Alman, T. Col- 
lins, T. Metzger, J. Sommer, T. Brown 
Back row: A. Mayeaux, C Green, F. Bijak, 
J. Hornberger, P McLaughlin, D Land- 
wehr. C. Dunn. D. Ball. K. Williams 


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The Brigade 437 

Maj. Berle - 21st 
Company Officer 


Fall Set- 
lum, M/ 

M/LT Blankemeyer, M/LTJG McCol- i Spring Set- M/LT McCollum. M/LTJG Wilcox. 
ENS Ishikawa. M/ENS Shatynski. 

1. B. Sheppard 2, L, McCollum 3. T. 
Ishikawa 4. E Ryder 5 J Mullen 6^ T 
Batzler 7 B Mattingly 8. E. Lester 9 P 
Fanta 10. B. Murphy 11. D. Gaston 12 
J. Nolan 13 R. Voor 14. J Nielsen 15. 
M. Gallagher 16. J. Wilcox 17. F. Calle 
18. S. Shatynski 19. B Gott 20. F Blan- 
kemeyer 21. M. PRice 22 G. Ellard 23 
S Brooks 24 T Burt. 

438 The Brigade 




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Class of 1985: 

Front row: L. Henigan, K. Patton, D. Gross- 
mann, T. Callaghan, S. Siletsky, R. Quin- 
ton. A. Klefer, J. Peters, M. Flowers Middle 
row: G. Hess, T. Olson, D. Pflieger, M. 
Hasty, S. Kennedy. M. Coonrod, S. Mier- 
nlcki, E. Campbell, A. Zdanowicz, J. Con- 
nors, T. Parham, K. Freitas. M. Livingston 
Back row: D. Williams, C. Springer, J. Mar- 
shall, J. Moraytis, J. McDonald. T. Tinney. 
M. Licholai. E. Mullen. E. Whitehouse, E. 


Class of 1984: 

Front row: C. Martini. B Koctier, J Ste- 
fanko, W Mergen, A. Menendez, R Col- 
lazo, J Clark, J. Tajiri, K Wagoner Middle 
row: D Adams, J. Lazevnick, J Hartman, 
H Morrison. F Fegan. E Armistead. S 
Turner. M Vermaat. N Palmiotto. J Ro- 
quebert. J. Deal. D. Kowalick Back row: R. 
Ernst, S Spearing, D. Suriano, T. Luke, J 
Montgomery, D. Griffin, M. Jelepis, S 
Newman, S Gordon. C. Lynch 

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Class of 


Front row: B Davis 

Y Isaza. M 

Lornn. P. 


M. Quinn 

L Simonian, D. Sel- | 

berg, K 


M. Lowman 

J. Herlihy 


ow: T Dempsey. G Estrada. R. | 

Bazan. . 

, Manser. J 

Clopeck. J 

Bailey. G. 


L. Noguess 

K Colton. 

F Acosta. 

P. Kohl 

P Morocco Back row 

P Obsit- 

nik. D Metzbower. 

L. Harris. G 

Miles. S. 

Masi, R 

Vork. J Drew. F Arata. 

J Master- 


The Brigade 439 

Fall Set- M/LT Switzer, M/LTJG Black, Spring Set- M/LT Lemay. M/LTJG Ball 
M/ENS Nicholas. M/ENS Brzostek. 

1. K. Miller 2 M Manzelll 3. J FortI 4. E 
Logue 5. F, McNeil 6 M. Lemay 7 K, 
Smith 8. J. Hallin 9 J. Sweeney 10, T, 
Nicholas 11, R, Wood 12, B, Antonio 
13. A, Sanchez 14 J Beatty 15 K 
Switzer 16 K, Beatty 17 D. Ball 18, G 
Rossano 19 J, Nail 20, K Spafford 21 
J, Ruiz 22 D Hintze 23 D Fuhrmann 
24, J. Houser 25, R, Black (Missing: C, 
Walborn. P,M, McCool, MS, Bart 
kowski. B, Cianella, K, Hancock, W 
Ryon. J, Brzostek. K Wilson, T 



Class of 1984: 

Front row 

J Riley 

K Kircher 



Flores. E 

Rice, S. 

Blau, S. Honan, D Har- | 

dm Middle 

row: E. 

Barrish, B 

Mcllvaine, J. 1 

Wilcox. S 


K, Farnett, 


Back row 

P. Willette, K Eve 


S Camp- 

bell, T, Leach, 

D. Tel.aw. 


Judy. J 


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Class of 1985: 

Front row: G Beyke, S. Pohl. J. Grippo. R. 
Poitras. L Roberts. T. Krueger. J. Fi- 
guerres. M. Hawkins. M. Lester Middle 
row: S. Field. R. Johnson. M. Borrosh, M. 
Midgley. P. Salgado. G. Anderson. R. 
Price. M- Smith. C. Giles. C. Reynolds 
Back row: P. Richmond. T. Schoenborn. 
M. Randolph. D. Bertchtold. J. Nixon. J. 
Royal, J. Wilcox. D. Lynn. R. Young 

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Class of 1986: 

Front row: T. Kolongowski. W. McLeod. D. 
Baugh. D. Conaway. E. Olenick. M. Magee. 
J. Murphy. C. Hickey. G. Cruz. T. Howard 
Middle row: B. Jemison. J. Addison. P. 
Mornssey. E. Fenton. W. Crouch. W. Finn 
D. Long. P. Simonsen. C. Bruske. T, McEl 
roy. D. Ray, C. McLelland Back row: W. 
Balch. D Hagan, C. Orwoll. D Stopkey. J, 
Donnelly. T Bachmann. D. Opatz. J Reed, 
J, Wynn. D. Hostetler. A. Allen 

The Brigade •141 




Fall Set- M/LT Huffman, M/LTJG Hans, Spring Set- M/LT Newmeyer, M/LTJG Sundt. 
M/ENS Worley. M/ENS Stacia. 

1 . L, Petrone 2. T. Bonnett 3. C. Ray 4. 
J Hoch 5. K, Kammerer 6. T. Rebhorn 
7. W Farach 8. R. Hans 9. K. Talbert 
10. P. Boyne 11, R, Herb 12. M. Huff- 
man 13 B Stacia 14. R. Giles 15. T 
Spriesterbach 16 S Miller 17 K New 
meyer 18, J Scanlan 19. S. Sundt 20 
B. Lewis 21 A. Mangan 22. M, Ploof 23. 
M. Silva 24. M. Worley 25. M. Watson 
26. B. Corolla 27. Percy the Wildman. 

442 The Brigade 

Class of 1984: 

Front row: R, Sichau. D, Wallace, J, Lean- 
hart, M, Baker, B, Newton, P. Esch, J. Col- 
lins, H, Gilreath, B. Allman, E, Elkin Middle 
row: G. Quist, L. Dion, J. Goff, G, Hook, J. 
Cunningham, G. Carradini, M. McCann, J- 
Sauer, K, Astrup. P, McCabe Back row: W. 
Wilson, D Sanchez, S. Ridder, R. Dohoda, 
F. Crespo. G. Frey, J. Bishop, M. Miller, J, 

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Class of 1985: 

Front row: G, Sladcik, S Osborne, J, Orr 
D. Commons, K. Bianchi. G. Miller, D 
Loesch. J. Kindschuh, P. Slyh Middle row 
S. Knauer, S. Nelson, S. Rauch, L. Lescari 
D. McDuffie, J. Ulbricht, B, Johnson, K 
Reimer Back row: B, Paige, D. Yurovich, S 
Callahan, C. Perreca, E. Francis, F. Proc 



Front K 

Collins. J. Ihlan, M 

Reilly, M. Van- 


J. Jaquet, J, Smith 

G. Partney. B 


T. Losciuto, R. Dalton Middle row 

D, Smith, B. Walter, B. Bryant, R, McGuirt 

C. Laporte, J. Tavares, T. Greenlee, J 


R. Lorentzen, R. 

Gomez, A, Go 

mez, J, 

Casares Back row: 

E. Cavallaro, B 


S. Chapman, B. 

Parks, P. Rob 

erts, V 

Peoples, K, Clark 

A. Walther, T 

Hall, K, 

Cart, G. Mazenko, 

G. Thompkins 

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The Brigade 443 

ID Evans 2 M, Stapleton 3, K, Hale 4. 
V. Villanueva 5. A, Maraoui 6, D. Smith 
7, V. McAneney 8. B. Kulick 9^ M. Quar- 
tiere 10 M Alevizos 11 A Readen 12. 
R. Herzog 13 M Lavoie 14. J Nelson 
15. D. Ogram 16. W. Weir 17. L. Wil- 
liams 18. R Gross 19. D Barnhurst 20 
R. Bianchi 21. S Buck 22 T Bostock 
23. W Fairchild 24. C SEN 25. E. 
Schendell 26 T. Criger 27 R Woods 
28. J. Rubin 29. S. Smola. 

Lt. Luti - 24th 
Company Officer 

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Fall Set- M/LT Kulick. M/LTJG Woods, Spring Set- M/LT Bostock. M/LTJG Rubin. 
M/ENS Lavoie. M/ENS Quartiere. 


444 The Brigade 





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Class of 1984: 

Front row; N Smith. J Pendola. G Crab- 
tree, A Saccavino. J Daniel. B Lipphardt. 
L Ryan. J Lyon. M Heaphy, R Lawrence 
Middle row: G David. D Petitt, J Graham. 
C Schwenker. T Manley, M McCutcheon. 
R, Kametz, J. Coogan. P. Desjardins. S 
Allen. L. Gaines Back row: D, Abell. M, Ha- 
gan. K. Canady. G. Stahl. S Peters. B 
Doyle. G Herlong, W Wright, B, Wrzeszcz, 
C. Brown 


Class of 1985: 

Front row: K. tVlyers. J, Huey. J. Villan- 
ueva, R. Croce, D. Cooper, M. Kessler. C. 
Johnson. K. McElroy, S. Smith Middle row: 
N. Slater, J. Hudson, D. Hudson, L. Phillip, 
M. Smith, D. Carson, M. Beattie, R. Hook- 
er. P. Mooney. S. Edmlston. M. Little Back 
row: M. Denno. D. Buckta. D. Hasson, S. 
Logan, D. Haack, L. Wright. J. Beach, M. 
Stevens, D. Morgan. J. Ellis, M. Mudd 

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Class of 1986: 

Front row: R. Gilmer. L. Cariello. J. Puzan. 
C. O'Neill, W. Wostbrock. T. Mylhearn. J. 
Winebrenner. R Baerga. P. Moan Middle 
row: M. Menninger, F. Williamson. R Plant. 
G. Hall. S. Meloche. J Fritts, A Freedlund. 
J. Lindgren. M, Eakes. D. Brammer, N. Az- 
zarita Back row: M Angil. J. Griffin, A. Kirk- 
patrick. B. Wakefield, J Sanchez. E. Kee- 
shan. J, Pasichuke. D, Saffold, J. Johnson. 
M. Bayly. E. Brown, R. Poinsette 

The Brigade 445 

Fall Set- M/LT Hahne, M/LTJG Davis, M/ENS Spring Set- M/LT Pearson. M/LTJG Molloy. 
Molloy. M/ENS Dunn. 

1. W. Stevens 2. P Protacio 3 D. Rubin 4 
W. Hicks 5. S. Wu 6. M, Beall 7. J. Sieberl 
8. M. Davis 9 D. Pearson 10 D Hahne 1 1 
K. Jones 12, K. McCarhty 13. D. Barhtolo 
mew 14. T Carrigan 15 J. Giessner 16, K. 
Brown 17 M. Eddy 18 L. Molloy 19. 8 
Voigt20K. Heimerl21. M. Edmondson 22. 
K. Rowland 23 G Reeves 24 D. Brooks 
25. D, Smith 26, J. King 27. J. Butler 28. K 
Peterson 29. C. South 30. C Kelly 31. D. 
Walter 32. J. Miller 33. J. Ebert 34. A. 

446 The Brigade 


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Class of 1984: 

Front row: S Nelson, R. MIze. K. Belland. 
B. Stolley. L, Dahl, J Wilhelm, V, Pratt, M 
Fillis, G Pregel Middle row: D. Landess, E 
Rosen, B, Hawley, T. Stubblefield, B. Goo- 
drow, R Muldoon, P, Bollinger, W, Hudak. 
P. Bernard, M Gerhardt Back row: J. An- 
drews, P, Joseph. R, Sfowe. N. Rich, B. 
Wittick, B, Butler, J, Weires, G. Thomas 


Class of 1985: 

Front row: V. Otero, P. Gonda, J. Bonomo 
D. Ballard, D, McNamara, A. Lewis. J, No- 
lan, G. Holmes, D. McDonnell Middle row 
R. Dezelon, T, Smith. J. Trettin. D, Koch 
P. Butler, D. Lesser, J. Ward, T. Urban, K 
Kettel Back row: P, Piercey, S, Newton, T 
Holt, T. Taylor, C. Reese. G. Morrow, C 
Pierce. J. Devers 

Class of 1986: 

Front row: E. Phillips 

B. Hoppes. E. Mar- 

tinez. B. 

Quiones, J. 

Dumlao. S. Fink. P. 


. K. Huntley 

D. Redmond Middle 

row: J. Lee. B. Huguenin. T. Bruce. J- Wil- | 


R. Calton. F 

Rife, G. Pointon, J. 


M. Leeney. 

R. Magee, B. Apple- 

white. R 

Goodwin. B, 

Berryman Back row: 

F. Davis 

J. Lobb. D 

Jones, W. Mills. R. 


C. Kensingt 

on. S. Fay. J- Kozan. 

D. Loeke 

. K. Hwietniah, T, Hushey. L Ha- | 


1 E Jones 2 T. Mitchell 3. G Cerezo 4 J 
McPerson 5, D, O'Hara 6. F, Martin 7. A. 
McKee 8. D. Kuhlmann 9. D. Yeatman 10. 
J Pascti 11 R Rodriguez 12 A Vazquez 
13, C. Jones 14. G. Zingler 15. T. Connally 
16. J. Montgomery 17. J. McQuade 18. R. 
Bingham 19. B Jones 20. J. Yates 21 M 
Theberge 22. J Reilly 23 L. Smith 24 M 
Mundt 25 B Bell 26 K. Mulvaney 27 M 
Gregorich 28. L. Giannotti 29. M. Mauro 



Class of 1984: 


row: R 

Curbeam, N. Crump, J 


, J. Hamann. C, Dickerson, D John 

son. J 


K Stevick, J Oleson, J 

Bournes Middle 

row: L. Marshall, J. Gra 


C, Sonderman. K, Braithwaite. G 

Brand Back row 

E Byrne, G. Douglas, W 


M Ogar 

3. T. Quinn, D. Sousa, J 

Hirst, J. Waugh 

M, Flynn 



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Class of 1985 

Front row: J. 


T Ruiz. K 

Buss, B. 

Creager, P. Menzies, 

S Williams 

K Smith. 

0. Johnson, J 


0. B McG 

nn Middle 

row: A. Lawerance. F 

, Carlson, 

A Kerr. P. 

Schuhlein. M. 


T. Dunkel 

B Makri- 

dis. N. Honan 

A. VanOrden, G 

Becht. B. 

Barton Back 

ow: A. 

Curtis, G 

Adams. J. 

Delcamp, L. 


C. Cox, 

F Butter- 

worth.!. Low 

y.D. Woodruff. T. 


G. McKenney 

J. Ruttenberg 

Class of 1986: 

Front row 

D. Shannon. J. Danda 

K. Ryan, 

B Dibble. 

S.Kirby. R 

Urbano. K. 

Wolfe. M. 

Taylor. J. 

Durand. C 

Malone Middle row: | 

M.Walls. B. Semple. 

M.Tharp. S 


J. Shaffer 

P. Stith, 

T, Furlong 

D Bou- 

chard, E. 

Chase, J 


P. Hall 

Back row: 

1. Pierce. A 

. Ellison, B. 



Eves. K. Wettschreck 

M. Riley. 

M. Williams. E. Goodman. C. Aller 

. D. Coo- 


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The Brigade 449 

A. McCoy 2. C Mallox 3. M. Blasik 4 
M. Belton 5. S. Mills 6 E. Solar 7. C 
Gibson 8 D Hailing 9 R. Zapata 10 R 
Paisley IIP. Adams 12. S. Young 13 
S. Kramer 14. M. Schoonmaker 15. R. 
Woodson 16. J Edgerly 17. M. Chro- 
mazak 18 W. Schuiz 19 G. Anderson 
20. E. McNamara 21 D. Reis 22. R. 
Dabbs 23. R. Hartman 24. D. Heillen 
25. D. Sellers 26. W. Bissenks 27 
Seitz 28. P. Raimondo 29 D. McGuine 
30. D Waugh 31 H. Atienza 32. J Ken- 

450 The BriRade 

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Class of 1984; 

Front row M. Helinski, 

J Taverna. 


Young. K 

Malloy. C. Ph.le 

. J Lochner 


Carrington. B Karditzas 

Middle row 


Walton. B 

Gass. H Murdock. L. Moore 



M- Ohihaver, J. 

Fogerty. J K 


Back row 

M. Sullivan. D 

Moore, T 


seler. J, Arnoso. A, Nichols. M, Nichols 



J Rodriguez 

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Class of 1985: 

Front row: D. Moore. C. Nelra. W. Hirsch 
C. Rush. M. Mighori. S. Bishop, M. Lewis. F 
Taboada. D. Chen. F. Knehans Middle row 
K. Chrlsman, P. Rosmilso. D. Asjes. J 
Moosmann. M. Kolp, J. Stewart, J. Sigler 
C. Griffith, D. Germane Back row: T, MoX' 
ness, N. McCallum, R. James, T. Decelle 
T. Malpartida, S. Ploof, B. Castleton, J 

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Class of 1986: 

Front row: B Cabana, G. Jessen, K Linn, 
J. McNutt, P. Powell, G. StaHord, H. 
Hughes, K. Smith. K, Kranker. T. Doran 
Middle row: T. Lester. C, Lopez. Y. Yarger. 
T. Frizzell. D. Gleason. B. Skimmons. J. 
Singel. P. McFadden. H. Banda Back row: 
M. Wharton. Z, McNeal. C. Kowald. L. 
Lundstrum. P. Marquis. M, McVay. M. Flo- 
res. A. Palaganas. J Judith. A. Kovach 

The Brigade 451 

Capt. Christman - 28th 
Company Officer 

Fall Set- WI/LT Nobles, M/LTJG Carter, Spring Set- M/LT Griffith, M/LTJG Moller 
M/ENS Smith, M/ENS Blackwell 

IS. Burt 2 C, Carter 3 R Whelan 4 J. 
Wood 5. J. Davis 6 D Emerson 7, J. 
Hall 8. E. Harkcom 9. A. Griffith 10, K, 
Hauer 11. F Henderson 12 C Bowling 
13. K. Johnson 14 W Liston 15. J. 
Blackwell 17, M, Donner 18 D, Nobles 
19, B, Loyola 20, H, Frank 21, K, Bedell 
22 J. Recor 23 M Gubojh 24. R, Wile- 
man 25, C Rice 26 G. Moller 27, A 
Smith 28 A. Gray 29, C, Canby 30, C 

452 Thr Brigade 



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Class of 


Front row; J. Ennls. 

T. Johnson 

G. Ster- 

ling. T. Callahan. D. Marcum. M Mullen. C | 


W, Stephens Middle 

row: T, 


R Eason. D. 

Depman. J 


M Clark 

T. Wertz. A. Pulham. D 

Marr. A. 


d. J, Wasko Back row: J 


A, McLean. M. Ceb 

Lilski. T Andrews, M | 

Rahn, R 

Garland. J 


Class of 1985: 

Front row: B. Bolivar. C. Gaulke. J De- 
bauge, K, Perrone. J, Vanbrabant, S. 
Kowalkoski. G. Sears. K. O'Neill. L Bugg. 
G. Neumann Middle row: M. Henderson. A. 
Lawhead. D. Mitchell. J. Blakely. J, Bal- 
dyga, S. Macolino, S. Bamonte. L. Olson. 
K. Richcreek. R. Getty, C. Kirkbride Back 
row: M. Schatzle. E. Olson. B. Goddard. B, 
Reed. J. Johnson. J. Rosati. L. Gage. G, 
Lastra. M. McKay. T. Kane. K. Reeds. J. 



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Class of 1986: 

Front row: K, Milliken. C. McCarthy, E 
Burke, B. Klosowski. G- Salvato. J. Dm 
gess. S. Murphy. S. Kibbey. C, Chun. D 
Braswell Middle row: R. Rupp. J. McMullin 
M, Johnson, S. Schrader. S. Borsch. E 
Totty. M, Lupton. J, Pitts. J. Brockett. K 
Windbigler, B, Quinlan Back row: M 
Daghir. A. Ospina. M. Marnotti, G, Kearns 
K. Arneson. A. Brookins. J, Davila. L, Pe 
tersen. C. Soler, T, Shumaker. N, Swanson 

The Brigade 453 

Spring Set- M/LT Hoffner. M/LTJG Moran. 
M/ENS Dowd, 

1. E. Bressler 2, T Looke 3, C. Youngb 
lood 4. R. Moran 5. H. Dorman 6. N, 
Yang 7. A. Plewniak 8. C. MUeller 9, N, 
Doerry 10, P, Corwin 11. J. Stephen- 
son 12, J, Hughes 13, B, Larson 14, T 
Vegel 15, S, Culpepper 16, L, Dibler 17 
M. Lafreniere 18 C Bumbaca 19, Y 
Hoffner 20, C Banewicz 21, W, Freitag 
22, J, Coles 23, C LUcas 24, W Smith 
25 M, Hamilton 26, J, Leary 27, M, 
Dowd 28 H. Miranda 29 D, Braswell 
30 R, Bartlett 31. B. Obo 32, W, Pain 
33 C Rane. 


^'«h. R Mi 

«».M, Parke 

454 Thf Brip,-i 



Class of 1984: 

Front row: 

J. Alber 



G. Zamka 



R. Wllheln- 

, R. Go 

ins, T. Sum- | 

mers. V. Martinez Middle row 

M. Stys, 


Groody. E 




W. Orton 


Scholl. T. 

Ray Back 

row: C 



Paulson, 7 

. Miller 



J. Miller 



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Class of 1985: 

Front row: P. Schnorr, P. Hanlon, K. Mollis, 
J. Clifton, M, Alexander, E. Oliver, T. 
Gates, S Speed, E. Bowers Middle row: V. 
Kreeger, G. Watts, B, Doud, T. Loeblein. M. 
Pecaut, V. Leung, T. Johnson, R. Weath- 
ers, S. Bai, G. Losee, J, Day. B, Buswell, J. 
Roberts, J. Carver, R. Arcaro Back row: A. 
Dickerson, C. Williams, G. McKinney, T. 
Williamson, J, Moulton, J. Kehlenbach, T. 
Varallo, P. McKinnon, T. Jones, J. Alas, L. 
Datilo, T. Delaserna, P. Ryan 

Class of 1986: 

Front row: G. Arthur, R. Casslllas, C Wag- 
ner, E. Rupp, P. Lawrence, D. Dufresne, K. 
Mauch, R. Malski, N. Russell, L. Okamoto 
Middle row: D. Ward, A. Sandor, R. Beyers, 
L. Wilborn, C, Bencal, J. Leonard, R. Lind- 
say, M. Parker, D. Rhodes, C. Hebert Back 
row: D. MacFarlane, T. Curry, D. Dixon, L. 
Reynolds, C. Lombardi. L. Maye. A. Groves 




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1 M urtp^.i V M Klorig 3. J Dee 4 J Yourkowski 5 F Eissler 6 A Tanski 7 C Simkins 8 P Pritchard 9 T McKavitt 10 P 
Puccetti 11 R StJohn 12 R Musico 13 T Thomas 14 M Hull 15 S Philrott 16 L Yustak 17 L Cowden 18 M Bowers 19 R 
Hoffmann 20 IVI Murphy 21 K Wetterskog 22 E Borowicz 23 D Valaik 24 T. Luffy 25 T Bond 26 A Small 27 W Crozier 28 J 

456 The Brigndr- 

Class of 1984 

Front row B Caraveo, J Long, A Slaw- 
son, W Deroche. N Vmzon, T Beck, F 
Adams, T Jones Middle row: C Hollings- 
worth, J Przbyszewski. R Broadston, 8 
Scidh, M Burgess. S Mohs, D Schleicher, 
G. Alberto, K Woltersdorf, D Denneny 
Back row: T Birdsong, R. Olds, I White, A 
Lamsom, D Hoover, S Wright, R Inman, 
M Barranco, J Lara 

Class of 1985: 

Front row: J Edwards. M Shigley, J Lega 
spi, P. Zarate, G Wolski, B Goehler, P 
Mathews, P. Turner. P. Brown, R. Rut 
kowski (Middle row: K, Kaneshiro, K. Col 
lum, W. Bachmann, E, Waigand, D. Taylor 
A. Bruno. J. Baratta. C. Shelden. M. Petou 
hoff. D Barron Back row: D. Cuyno. B 
Arnold. S. Cassidy, T. Schlll. T. Watson, K 
Fitzgerald, S Smith, S. Devore, G. Lang- 
ford, J. Dorn 

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Class of 1986: 

Front rov 

: R. Garay. T. Allman 

J Taylor, 

B. Chase 

S. Smith. C, Laws. P. 

Secrist. P. 

Reitan. N 

Schley Middle row: S 

Jones. B. 

Haste. W 

Rauscher. M. Jones 

. E. Wahl- 

stedt, T. 

Steffy, C. Kenyon. B, 

Brown. P. 

Walsh, S. 

Burton. A, Patterson 

K. Johan- 

son Back 

row: F, Sulhvan. J Hopkins. J 1 

English. C 

Edwards. G. Nikitenko. C Ains- | 

worth. J. 

Collins, S. Evertson. A, 


hardt. R. 


1 D Roth 2 R Barhite 3 S Laverentz 
4 E Rahme 5. F Lastar 6. S, Lewia 7. 
B Taylor 8 S Pollack 9. T Stuart 10. 
8. Berman 11. L. Sawyer 12. T. Lom- 
bardo 13 R. Schieke 14. S. Ockerman 
15. C Russak 16 A Cassity 17. S Fi- 
scher 18. T. Davis 19. E. Ricketts 20. 
M. Thompson 21. M. Vormbrocke 22. 
J Bors 23 R. Gross 24. M. Brown 25. 
D. Diorio 26 C. Lee 27 R. Sauer. 

Spring Set- M/LT Vormbrocke. M/LTJG Ock- 
erman M/ENS R. Barhite. 



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Class of 1984 

Front row: M, Bo 

ulden, D 

Ditton. J 

Reape, T. Mologne, 

D Jung, S- Thatcher. 1 

T. Calabrese. L. Gacusan, C 

<ilburn Mid 

die row: J. Carroll. M 

. Michaud 

E Clayton 

G Krueger. L^ Lewis 

T, Drape 

, J Wiggins 

D. Yablonowsky, D. Shupinski Back row: T 

Forrestal, P Hogan, 

J. Steckel 

M Potoch 

niak. J^ Lenda. P, Le 

ngyel. R. 

Peterson. J 

Gufford. W Butler 

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Class of 1985: 

Front row: M, Flagg. R. Fullerton. M. Cor 
tesio. N. Peters. R. Hall. J, l^anzano. E 
Gunning, G. Torres, W. Harrington. J. Ga 
Vina Middle row: R. Ransier, S. Card. B. 
Mai, G. Clark. D. Porter. A. Thompson. D, 
Alberto. J. Canvin. J. Luther, A. Cardon. M. 
Merren. C. Sims Back row: P. Martino. D 
Hamby. J. Reeves. K. Ross. C. Schott. A 
Fremuth, J. Milligan, J. Peters. P. Severs, 
M. Walker. S. Krowtow. M. Christman. R 

Class of 1986: 

Front row: C. North. M. Stratton, J. Bell. K 
Barnes. R. Ceres. P, Vantassel. D, Bate 
son, B. Wise, J. Bamonte Middle row: P 
Head, J, Durand, G, Stachelski, M, Blair. J 
Dorey. M. Smith. P McCarthy. C. Price, 
M, Spears Back row: M. Giauque. D. Sted 
ham. J. Meier. B, Batchelor. J. Crouse. S 
Brady. V. Butler. J. Krege. K. Reiman. F 
Bulico. P. VIoedman 

The Brigade 459 

LCDR McMunn - 32nd 
Company Officer 

Class 0119 
Fronl '«*■ 


D Woods, K. 

Spring Set- M/LT Growers. M/LTJG 
McGeorge, M/ENS Ramirez. 

1 T Deluca 2. J Murphy 3. E Kirkley. 4. 
T, Cunningham 5. H. Keith 6, E. Wheeler 7. 
D Nagle 8. S. McCormidk 9. F. Ramirez 
10 J. Laufer 11. R. Growers 12. J. Knud- 
sen 13. J. Wright 14. K. McClusky 15. J. 
Fisher 16. J Toyooka 17 S Butts 18. M. 
Boehle 19 B. Ricketts 20 B. Tolbert 21. 
P Alexander 22. K Ingalls 23. G. Fears 

From row: J, a 

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460 The Brigade 



Class of 1984: 

Front row 

C McKenna 

D Thomas 



B Degroff. J. 


W Camp- 1 

bell. W, Sympson. A. St, 


e. L Fr 


man. B. B 

adiey Middle row; R. 




C Stephens. 

M. Becker. 


Storto. D. 

Wright, L Campbel 

Back row: 

P. Hullinge 

r.W. Watson. C 


. S. Porter. | 

D Woods. 

K King. M. Kahsh, H 



Cebak, S. 



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Class of 1985: 

Front row: D. Flint. R. Hadley. M. 
Schaeffler. D. Lawton. C. Ryan. R. Earle, 
R. Duncan. G. Whitfield. G. Witt. R. Alfaro 
Middle Row: P, Stamps. C, Pfeiffer. J. 
Hem. J. Deranian. R. Vaughn. S. Nichol- 
son, J, Denardo, J, Bucayan, E. Brzezinsk 
Back row: R Etkins, D. Wray. 8. Wain. M 
Skelly. W. Fitzgerald. D. Matzke. M, Shiha- 
deh, J. Borneman, C, Steigers, S. Panico 
C. Burke. S. McAllister 

Class of 1986: 

Front row: J. Ruth. D. Moses, J. Johnson. 
K. Enriquez, T. Cann. J. Adams, J. Wie- 
mann, J, Young. D. Pedro. A. Boyd Middle 
row: J, Mosher. P. Shelton. D. Clark. C. 
O'Keefe. E Merrill, L, Partida. G, Hubbard. 
J. Censure, B, Flashbart Back row: I. Jerk, 
T. Smallow, T. O'Keefe. T. Rivers, G. Oli- 
ver, G. Schildmeyer. G. Pfeifer. T. Hirsh. L. 
Hoyt. M. Jarrell. D, Jordan 

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The Brigade 461 

LT Sarao-33rci 
Company Officer 


Spring Set- M/LT Mackay, M/LTJG Thomp- 
son, M/ENS Kelln 

1. K. Carr, 2. R. Kamay 3. D. Kelln, $. B. 
Fletcher, 5, P, Haynes 6, P. Stitt 7. H. 
Smith 8. T. Snyder. 9. T Hauge 10 R 
Hayes US. Carroll 12. M. Thompson 13 
M Isabelh 14. A. Muna 15. T. Boussom 16 
P Morrison 17. Luifhiy 18. L. Mackay 19 
G Soderstrom 20. T. Sedlack 21 W 
Mountford 22. W. Cusack 23. K. Enrique/ 
24 D Carr 



V' 'it 

Class of 1984: 

Front row: L Haynes, S. Rasbury. J. Vau- 
tier. J Johnson, K. McCallum, G. Hoy Mid- 
dle row: V Donlan. N. Buck. C Cooper. C 
Haugen. S. Lott. M Pitpit Back row: J 
Hinen, W. OConnell. A. Alabata 

The Brigade 463 

Fall Set- M/LT Bowman, M/LTJG Freeman. Spring Set- M/LT Papadakis. M/LTJG Hall. 
M/ENS Donegan. M/ENS Hobson. 

1- J, Nangle2, W Ryan 3. T. Twomey 4. 
W. Murray 5- M, Russ 6. J. Cortes. 7. G 
Hall 8, R. Reichel 9. D. Werner 10. A 
Bowman 11 J Boyenga 12 C Biow 
13 J Wood 14. G. Hobson 15, P. Men 
ninger 16. M. Rodgers 17. T. Picchini 
18 M, Reed 19, D. Aviles 20. J. Kalb 
21 G. Brunetti 22. S, Simpliciano 23. 
R Freeman 24. B Donegan 25 Hon- 
ors 26. R. Papadakis 27. B. Ditzler. 

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Class of 1984: 

Front row: L Crow. M 

Kasprzak. L Law. 

M. Stevens, K Storey 

L. Stovall. M. Col- 

lins, M Gwin Middle 

row: K. Hays. M. 

Kirby. T. Fisher. H, VU 

ard, D. Collins, A 

Embestro, S. McGaugh. R Tillery Back | 

row: C, Lindsay. V, DA 

ndrea. N Duffy, D 

Campell. W, Harms. J. 

Rees. M. Sprudlin. 

D, Steindl. J. Derdall 

Class of 1985: 

Front row: R. Duzan. S- Nasson. K, White. 
T, Ellegood. D. Brodeur. A. Otero. C. 
Rauch, R, McLean. S. Boone. S. Pettit Mid- 
dle row: G. Mangente. R. Luman. A. Trotta. 
S. Cull. R. Burgard. R. Clark. D. Schroeder. 
B, McDonald, J. Liton|va Back row: J, Mon- 
aghan. K. Watson. S, Chambers, W 
Wheatley. S. Belair. D. Herrington, G. Pe- 

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Class of 1986: 

Front row: A. Metroka. P. Pall. R- Coffel. R, 
Stryker. C. Hager. T. Conlon. J. Worman. 
J, Baker. R. McMullen. T. Crook Middle 
row: H. Silva. H. Papa. S. Foster. J. Howo. 
S. Cronquist. J, Dwyer. J. Novack. W. 
McCormick, T. Smith. P, Gibson. S, Cook. 
A. Farina Back row: H. Nicolay, K. Casey. 
J. Surma. W. Rohm, R. James, C, Cooley. 
J. Mailloux. B. Skillman. T. Rigolo. R. Prior. 
J. Lagasca. M. Taylor 

The Brigade 465 

1. B. Hardesty 2 W. Hall, 3. G. Ferris 4. 
E. Halpin 5. T. Healey 6. R. Lantz 7 G. 
Welch 8 M Smith 9 A Laferski 10. J. 
Booruiy 11. 8 McKibben 12. S. Zotti 
13. M. Kubiniec 14. J. Hugglns 15. P. 
Ramicone 16. J. Sheehan 17 B. Daitch 
18. G. Abltante 19 K Boice 20. J. Sny- 
der 21. F. Vernet 22. B. Wllllston 23 J. 

te of 1986 
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Class of 1984: 

Front row: A Levit, C. Amiaga, D. Chase, 
M. Moran, S. Miller, M. Edson, C Kramer, 
W. Knudson Middle row: A. Vagnoni, R. 
Beasley, S. Poindexter. C. Flood. P Howe, 
J. Baldwin, L. Hamilton Back row: D. 
Schmieley, D. Bomberger, M. Cannice, S. 
Starling, C. Crisp, B. Kumangai, J. Jordan 

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Class of 1985: 

Front row: M. Kessler, K. Vogt. J. Miceli. L. 
Gonzalez, R. Rhoe, T. Kwon, D. Ormond 
Middle row: C. Dierkes, R. McClary. B. 
Hale, D. Donovan, E. Kenyon, D. Kyto, A. 
Thompson Back row: R. Wellborne, T. 
Bechter, W. Ward, M. NIes, T Dougherty, 
M. Rubino, J. O'NIel, D. Lafave, M. Morns, 
W. Whitbeck 

Class of 1986: 

Front row: K. Fallon, R. Rodriguez, B. | 

Loveless, B. Edmonds. K. Bogdan, T. For 

tin, K. Schletter, M. 

Larabee. J. Kilby. T 

Califano Middle row: 

J. Swanson, D. Livin 

good, H. Rainone, K 

Boska, J. Dibble, R 

Killlan, J. Pool, B. Moore, V. Gordy, L. Ko 

vanik. M. Sakaguchi. 

M. Thibodeau 

Back row: G. Malley. 

P. Demers. J. Keels, 

E. Hassi, P. Gardne 

, M. Pietkiewicz. M. 

Cadwell, R. Morin. J 

Blastos. J. Young 

HI ^ 

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The Brigade 467 

1. A. Sayer 2. W. Flannery 3^ T. May- 
J Rixey 5. J Puiris 6 R. Deiro 
sano 7, R, Byrne 8 D. Morgan 9 M 
Thompson 10. A. Manglicmot 
Thompson 12. W. Wilkins 13 K. Herzog 
14. C. Morgan 15. S Recca 16 A. 
Rouska 17 M Stone 18. C Anderson 
19 C Kiser 20. D. Hendricks 2 
Bergen 22 T. Modly 23. S Hiester 24 
K Wilson 25. R Haberstick 26. C 
Raines 27. M. Sagerholm J. McHugh. 

468 ThP Brip.irlP 

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Class of 1984 

Front row: S Todd 

C Frasse 

J Bart- 

koski, D Stoddard. G Keller, D 


H Nepf. B Mohle. A 

Menzel Middle row: | 

R Baker, A Kim, T. 

Aguiiar, B 

Martin, T. 

Capasso, M Kelly, B 


T Good- 

lett Back row: P, Finn 

ey, T Owens, C Zub- | 

he, J Weistroffer, G 

Peters, T. 

Evans, D 

Brown, S Jones 

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Class of 1986: 

Front row: M. FInley. J. Avery, T. Osborn. 
S. Lopez. G Broussard, J. Hiike, A. Lynch. 
G Hale, M Wells, N Zaffiris Middle row: K. 
Grochow. S. Orourke. 8. Hudson. M. Mi- 
shik. J. Barnes, S. Rumph, P. Kuplinski, D. 
Young, S, Sepanski, M. Tuneff, K. Paro, L. 
Aguilar. Back row: G. Kobler, W. Kiestler. 
J. Anderson. K. Krause. J. Mayberry. G. 
Blanchard. S Quinlan. D Grennon. L Rat- 
chffe, H. Lowe. D Sheridan 

The Brigade 469 


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472 Memor 


Memonam 473 

David W. Acton 



Ocean Engineering 

Nuclear Power Submarines 


Dave came to the Naval Academy a 

Her first ser-ving t 

wo years 

s an enlistee 

nuke Claiming 

IMS appointment was a ■permanent re 

ease from the holds of nuk 

»dom.- he aspired of being a 

P-3 p.lot However, after two years 

of spreading an 

-nuke propaganda, th 

e 2/C summer 

revelation struck Hard work and lots 

of money was w 


Best known lor fiis ability to be m tf>e rack by eleven e 

very week 

night and stil 

also tiad an uncanny ability of finding 

navy good deals 

ruise coord 

nator youngster 

and first class year, and watch co-ore 

inator youngster 

and secon 

d class year 

He even volun^ 

teered for a submarine cruise over spr 


ng ended up 

with two days in 

the Bahamas, five days in Ft Lauderdale, and only tw 

days on 

the sub 

Perhaps Dave s biggest conquest ol 

the Navy system 


t the manda 


Plebe mixer There. Dave ended up 

meeting Patricia 

whom he 

has dated e 

ver since Even 

though he tended to lose count o 
see enough ol her They became engaged during his first class summer, with wedding 
ringing in May 
We can only wish prosperity to Dave and his submarine career which will probably t 

Dennis G. Bevington 

College Park 


Naval Architecture 

Nuclear Power 


Bev grew up in faraway and 
College Park and Bev, fed up v 

After coasting through Plebe year and doing I- 
was time to loosen up a little Always a frustra' 
stroke one night The only problem was that it v 

time with The Dude" for a year. Bev felt i 
I swimmer, he felt the need to practice hi; 
30 degrees outside and he was wearing hi; 

%e. there was Hood- Hood and Dennis always got along well There was the 
me on the steps of coblentz, being found by the Judge m full Hawann garb, 
somehow forgetting who it actually was he went to see up at Hood. and. of course, Mmdi 

Bev helped out m the monumental task of breaking in Tony the Zoomie He was always the life 
of any party with his raspy renditions of AC-DC and his rather queer blue sneakers Fast 1&2 
would have been nothing without Dennis although a combination of the Rat and the snowb- 
lowers almost got him one night 

First Class summer found Dennis on his way to the West-Pac Plebe detail was quite a change 
from Subic Bay The glory of submarines appealed to Bev in the end Whatever he does for the 
rest ol his life, we all wish him the best of luck He came to the Academy as a model Plebe and 
left as a model Firstie at least as far as all of his friends are concerned Seperately they came, 
together they left Always one of the boys 
Brian T Costello 

Terry L. Board 



Political Science 

Naval Flight Officer 

The Count 

IS close friends as. The Count", came to Annapolis from the 

ucky Because of his hillbilly educational background, Terry enlisted tor 20 

> attending the boost program in San Diego so he could gam acceptance to USNA A hick 

y sense of the word, he can be quite difficult to communicate with at times, especially 

I weekends one ca 
; the ladies alone, 
^ He spends many 

Robert Joseph Chastanet 

liever that We should ne 

ver have stopped Patton 

and his TR7 at one of the 

local girls colleges Not one to 

a file of pretty women h 

has known, knows, or hopes to 

favorite pastime, chasing 

Chicken of the Sea ■ He always 

return to Kentucky to be 

come better acquainted with the 

e He always returned Iron 

-1 leave with a new one to replace 

e first place Best wishes 

o him and his time in the fleet 

Robert S. Breuil 

Fort Pierce 


Electrical Engineering 

Naval Aviator 


Bob came to the cold 

cruel north from beautiful Florida 

where people are friendlier girls are 

cuter, cars are faster, and most importantly, its warmer 

Bob made two mistakes that first 

year he loined crew an 

picked EE as a major He quit the 

first mistake when he decided that 

exemplified every time 1- 

the second mistake would cost him 

more sleep Second Class year than crew would have in f 

3ur years 

Ah yes. Second Clas 

year After soaring to academic 

heights and living a pretty normal 

Midshipman life (except 

or the first two years two things hit 

Bob EE and Fred EE hi 

Bob every four weeks, but fred hi 

him all the time When it looked as 

though bob would surv 

ve ■Plot' Rim. The Shark, and 

compression by swelling head Li7 

dropped him right befo 

e ring dance and D C started ca 

ing him -Mr Breuil- again 

Oh well, firstie year 

would have to be better, right? 1 

mean Bob had a Corvette, a new 

Company otiicer. and t 

nere are lots of college girls ,n Maryland— even il they are yankees' 

Oops! You me»n lis nc 

t ten hours from Clemson to USNA>> Thanks FredM Goodbye to six 

<ok-em"< but never one to stay down (or awake) long. Bob quickly made up for 
lost time by helping to form the fast crowd with Jerome. Brian and John T A Mcloughlin Now 
that Bob's found out how much fun he can have ashore, he's decided on P-3's as a career 
choice Subs are designed for Japanese - si/ed people, you know I'm sure Bob is well on his way 
to happiness in the skies over Keflavik!!! 
Kcntwih Iktda 




474 1st Company 

Brian T. Costello 
Pompton Plains 
New Jersey 
Operations Analysis 
Navy Air 

Candidate Guidance had to do a 
With visions ot football stardom ; 
When Brian discovered all of the 
time A good time was never far fr 

to convince this Jersey boy that U S N,A, w/as a good deal 
J heavy partying, Brian showed up ready tor college life 
itnctions. he gave up his dreams of stardom for a better 
I this gin drinking don )uan After rooming with the "Oude" 

1 genaral Being a chart 

First Class year Brian felt that his hula contests and Newport summers with Bruce Spnngstet 
groupies, and his losing battles with the Mighty Rat were getting him nowhere, so he engaged t 
New Jersey flower, Rosie. and hopes to God he gets P-3's in order to keep an eye on her at all 
those wild aviation parties Shell be a welcome addition to F AS ST I hope Rose has a got 
looking pair of paiamas or she won't be able to help Brian convince the Annapolis Police that I 

Eric S. Disher 



Ocean Engineering 

Navy Air 


Dish came from sunny I 
mark at the Academy, his family thought it would be safer to keep a closer eye on him and so 
moved twice, both times closer to Annapolis After laughing his way through Plebe summer, the 
easy going Dish settled down to Academics His settling down lasted about 15 minutes-the 
length of his attention span Deciding to face the challenges of Ocean Eng and full membership 
in Pismoe. Eric learned that even the EM8C would not mean stellar grades Although he did lose 
his reserved mid-store parking place Eric tried his hands at 150 football for two years before 
making his contributions to intramurals As a member of the Company football team and Battle 

semester, donning his Topsiders to work on his tan while sailing the Navy's finest fighting vessel. 
the Astral Never one to stay back and study. Dish joined the First Company Glee Club and 
earned his gold Dock Club card, not to mention his Rat Quals with fast He'll leave this place with 
good memories from weekends including the Stones, Easters, and Cape Cod His nomadic and 
free-wheeling nature stretched from a summer in Hawaii to Spring break in Antigua By good 
non-study habits. Dish managed to keep his eyes for air and avoid the Glow Navy Once he pins 
those wings on. Dish will be able to keep the high speeds to the air Eric's going to miss his 
apartment ; 

' Severn While r 

nends at USNA, We wish him the t 

1 the future One of the boys, 

Robert J. Chastanet 


New Jersey 


Medical Corps 


New Jersey produced yet another one Chaz comes from the northern part of the state oM 
exit 1 538 of the parkway When he arrived in Annapolis he had many doubts about USNA AHer 
some initial ad)ustments. it turned out he liked the adventuous lite of a mtd He was rarely seen 
throughout the day with involvement m D&B. and after evening meat he lived tn the library 
returning only for taps or hts calculator 

stud from the start He continued to perform well younster year avoiding the syndrome and 
then went to West Point during second class year on exchange He sur\ 
battle scar over his his left eye to prove it 

As a chemistry ma|or he was highly sought after by Hymie. but with 
Dean he avoided the Nukes Bob is destined to attend medical school adding another 7 years to 
his present 5 year commitment. Oh well, good luck with everythingOOC! 

quest ended at 

Jerome A. Clark 

Math/Computer Track 

Sometime in July of 1979. Jerome "■Smiley"" Clark left Oklahoma in search of 
haircut, women to abuse, women who abuse, and a chance to get in debt 
Annapolis which, during the next four years, would provide the answers to all his 

Plebe year brought him 2-d "cool breuil" Jerome was horrified to discover that II 

are fun to abuse Gwen proved that Jeromes charm was not all-powerful, although 
resist smoothing out his gig-lme occasionally (down big boy) — but she still woul 

Youngster year gave him a chance 
Saturday nights, and then waiting unt 
did It for formals ^ pity the girl that bougtit the new are 

Girls aren't everything, especially since we couldn't go 
cards, roommate-wrestling, and making pup-tents for the 
Soon we were Firsties Corvettes. Plebettes, Youngsteretl 
over in front of Goucher dorms, Sunday night dinners, grot 
all-nighters, bikini underwear, sloe-gm. fast car club, sloveni 
curlies. tight squeezes, marathons (and I don't mean runmn 
about it. snaking, yawning in technicolor, champagne letter; 
yours, you get yours " philosophy — - which extended into \i 
—dreaming about that (15th) body, the 3-0 barbers, and la 
here complete Now Jerome will be sorely missed by both I 
luck stud'! 

Youngsterettes became I 
»s. Star Trek, Hood, gettn 
fsque over-development, c 

] loves, fteldball. "l got 


1st Company 475 

I you couldn't 

t until he took c 

Brian P. Dunleavy 
Political Science 
Marine Air 

Brian came to USNA an ex-jarhead from the city of Brotherly Love We v 
speak, but we knew he could grunt left and right in some unintelligible he 
Brian was a Marine by looking at him. all you had to < 
immediately knew that his feet had been m some smelly trench for quite some time Talk about 
chemical warfare' Brians feet are the latest and foulest USMC nerve gas development-Ihey gag 
you to death 

Brian quickly got settled m at USNA He got fried for being UA and for drinkmg something a 
little stronger than Kaydet Crush in the hall during his Third Class year Then, somehow, a stop 
sign, pole and all, (ound its way into Brians closet one dark, dark Saturday night Brian also 
found himself trying to destroy Georgetown U with the rest of the wrecking crew 

Brian grew and matured by Second Class year He displayed his patience and maturity by 

outstanding member o( F A S T I & II Brian really out did himself as Rat Master for the ski trip 
He wiped out Smitty and almost got mattress skimg into the 1984 Olympics Brian was a proud 
charter member of the First Co Dock Club He was often a leader of the First Company Boys 
Choir First Class cruise earned Brian to his paradise on earth, the Phillipines Brian really 
enjoyed his cruise, but he came back with one souvenier that he didn't bargain for But he sure 
shopped around tor it First Class year. Drill Officer Dunleavy led Fun One to an outstanding drill 
season' First Class year also found Brian m a brand new pair of paiamas m Fran O'Briens 
Brian had no qualms about the girls he met We often wondered it he had any scruples at all. but 
Brian would always comeback to us smiling, "a kill is a kill " Brian will always be affectionately 
One of the boys pkh 

James J. Fiores 
New York City 
New York 
Political Science 

Jim came to us from the Big Apple after a year at Columbia 
through the Naval Academy as a semi-philosopher He has alway: 
the most thought provoking experience ever If you ever wanted 
be counted on giving if you asked 

As an athlete, Jim was a man of all sports However, he 
guard that led fon one to several victories Jim also est; 
beginning as early as Plebe year Not one to boast. Jim's 
around him First Class summer Jim almost succumbed 
Jims easygoing style wi 

Robert P, Girrier 
New York 
Political Science 
Naval Aviation 
Big Bob 

Big Bob came to the Naval Academy from the great state of Long Island The Class of 1983 is 
fortunate to still have Bob Girrier as a member He specialty requested to become Class of '82, 
but it was disapproved, although it did go through his Company officer As it was. Bob managed 
to complete his major, Political Science, in three years Since he felt bad being seen so often 
around the Academy in civillian clothes during Second Class year, he decided to do something 
about it-he spent most of First Class year at American university There he pursued an advanced 
degree, among other things In less scholarly activities. Bob proved his ability to stand up under 
heavy discipline by becoming a Naval Academy dinghy sailor He was considered the fastest finn 
sailor on the team Bob was known for upholding the high standards of the Brigade He once 
found a rack so unsat he trashed it. out the window, into T-court. his room-mate s rack There 
were many other outstanding achievements Supes list, participation in NAFAC. Company mug 

New York 

^ came to Jinn 

hurling, crab immilations, having one bar ot soap (large) last an entire semester, and. ot course. 

a new love every v»eekend Bob ha 

made many lifelong friends since he has been here and 

process 11 Bob had the choice to do it all over again, there 

s no doubt that he would do it the 

same After graduation Bob hopes to |Oin the elite corp of 

Navy men who wear wings ot gold 

Jeffrey D Gordon 



Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Power-Subs 


J arrived in Crabtown from t 

e bustling metropolis of Hatboro, Pa Always one lor Iha 

unpredictable, he resigned himselt 

become one of Hymans boys Although he began his lour 

years as a Soccer star h,s diversified athletic talents surfaced in fun ones sports Not one to 

leave his sKills on the field. Jeff became a member of the Hall Ball gang and a charter member of 

those snowshoe skiing fanatics kno 

everyone amused Who will ever forget his charades in Chicken Ruths, coschs backyard or the 

dog pen. his initiation into the E M B C or his weekend escapades with his sidekick Ernie As his 

career as a member of the Silent Service unfolds, youll find Jetl s«iling his boat under the seas 

bo» of prel/els from home One of the boys 

U» militia 

te A. Hicks 




lifflt Corps 



4 76 Isl Compnny 

Paul Karl Heim 
New York 
Navy NFO 

I language 

place immediately ai 
year Paul made the ^ 
from a little green m 

1 his hand, bound 


lis from Seafud. Long Gisland. with a 

licate the letter "R" from the Englisi 

had no qualms about expressing his pleasu 

Sity Lax team and learned to respect nature, and to keep it in his pants 
Second Class year was not a happy period for Paul First, he was cut 
from the Lax team, but to make up for this, he followed in the footsteps of Frenchy by coaching 
the J V s Next Paul lost Daaugnna, who of course was a pissa This led to the forming of a cult 
known as "Paulies Angels", which later retired to Schaefer city, but now who knows. T M ?! 
Through these troubled times. Paul never forgot the virtue of sharing, even it it did lead to an 
occational strange kiss Paul was instrumental in having the boys adopted by the Molz's and 
"The Coach" As well as being the Company keg master, Paul was also active in the Dock Club, 
First Co Boys Choir, and the Geototramid Wrecking Crew, but he would never hesitate to throw 
the sweat pumps on line A cronic snorer, we wish Paul the best of luck in Pensicola. One of the 


Bret A. Hicks 




Marine Corps 


When th,s young 

nan appeared c 

n the sc 

ne at Canoe U from rur 

1 Dixieland (does a place 

yone knew it Whether it was his 

voice sounding off with a 

loud southern drawl 

Plebe Year, his 

oud laughter in the hallways (why 

she always smiling'), his 

constant singing in t 

he hallways of n 

lother B 

will somebody teach that guy how to sing!), or his 

loud hollering during 

Plebe detail, ev 

eryone k 

new It when Bret was around Bret was also known 

for his vocal support 

of his favorites 

ports teams, and especially his sup 

port for Hana f^andlikova 

(he was accused of 

being a Communist bee 

ause of his support for t 

his Czech tennis player) 

However, the thing Bret was most fa 


was his undying devotion 

to the Lord Jesus Christ 

His love for his God 

s evident in both his wor 

dsand his actions This is 

one thing that is sur 

e to remain the 

same as 

Bret heads oH for a Acts 

20 24 stint in the Corps. 

after which he plan 

to return to Annapolis 

his new adopted home 

Mark L Gorendo 




Nuclear Power 


The Academy saved Mark from a certain future of destitute and aimless wandering on 6 July 
1979. when he reluctantly accepted the title of officer and gentleman Since then. Mark has 
risen to the pinnacle of success as a Midshipman But. alas, the road to the top was a rough one 
full of many setbacks how could Mark forget his first two- Smitly and Mosely II was (heir 
enlightenment that brought out the hidden side of Mark Elvis Coslello To keep Elvis (ronn 
slipping back into his alter ego- Mark -he was required to carry Elvis' picture and glasses at all 
times If the f irsties didn't give him enough trouble, his roommates did Will he ever forget Bob's 
penchant for neatness. Dempsey's unique aroma. Kirk's passion lor frostbite, or Jerome's 
humility when he repeatedly beat Mark in Backgammon For thai mailer, who will forget Marks 
cool, level-headed, crisis-management approach to deleal tap-dancing on a Backgammon 
set/combination cover, or hurling a loaded Samsonite into his locker alter registration 

Alter overcoming Plebe Year. Mark handled school like a 3 94 academic stud He still played, 
but never in one of those slow Friday night card games The Condo was lun to play in. except 
when It came to blondes with broken arms (no curlew') The shower was also fun who could 
forget his whistling rendition of "The Marine Corps Hymn" or "Anchors Aweigh " — interupled 
by an occasional "bngaaaaade attentioooon!"" (Mark was destined lor six stripes- and he knew 
It) First Class Year bore the sweet Iruits ol his labor Brigade Commander. Tndenl scholar, and 
Rhodes scholar Mark is one ol the rare few who fit the mold ol the perlect Midshipman— per- 
fectly Were proud ol him — as the fleet will also be. 

John W. Guthrie 
Camp Lejeune 
North Carolina 
Mechanical Engineering 
Marine Air 

ler ol 28 years ol Marine service, lived in the 'glorious town ol Quantico. 
'here Arlo will be heading alter graduation In fact, the only time that will looked at home during 
ur four year adventure was when he was cleaning his rifle at Quantico Alter what the rest ol us 
ailed Plebe summer (Will had a Plebe day-who was Sampson anyway') Will had a real "buddy" 
>r a roommate, hes still trying to get the PKP out of his clothes Will knew how to keep his nose 
lean, though While his two youngster roommates were getting tried lor selling off fireworks, 
e was busy giving academic aid to a classmate Will had his first "F" at four weeks that year but 
C" and earn his stars Being a nice guy Will 
second Ocean Engineer tor a roomate Second Class year There were some rough 

I got I 

1 chip 


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1st Company 477 

Brian F. Hodges 

Boca Raton 


Ocean Engineering 



Brian came to the Academy as the all-american boy, wide-eyed and innocent, ready < 
experience and learn about the world What belter place to learn than USNA? Besides, wasr 
James Bond a Naval officer? 

Four years later, Bn 

Living a pretty quiet I' 

IS goals 
1 high school. Brian was all 
But for over a year and a half, he couldn't break out 
saboteur' the Dawg " 

But during Youngster year Bna 
to earn that Varsity letter and go to R 
women John. Jerome, and 1/Bob i 

igby (thanks Demps) This gave I 

r treat their 
JSt two years trying to re 
I But Brian insists that he 
eady Actually, we all think 

educate Fred, with little success Even Dave has tned t 
doesnt need help He'll leave the G B V C when he s , 
he's pretty ready now (look to the skies, Kerry) 

If nothing else. Brian has weight-litting When you believe that strength can solve everything 
you spend a lot of hours m the weight room Unfortunately, the only thing that really grew during 
his (our years here was h.s head (don t hold it agamst him. he does drive a "vette and now a\ 
least there's one part of him that's proportional to his nb-cage) Brian is definitely physical, his 
trail of destruction includes Baker's knee, Ernie's tooth. Bobs eye. Bob's back. Ken's headph 

Brian will join his Corvette club buddies. Jerome and Bob (followed by T A McLoughIm) down 
in P-cola We all wish him the best 

Thomas H, Hodgson 



Marine Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


Tom came to Annapolis just after finding his roots and returning to his home statt 
Delaware This was convienent as it made home within reach of his high performance dart 1 
made a habit of bringing halt his house back to Bancroft each weekend After all who car 
floors without the mini moke, or survive without a space heater A charter member of the F 
Company Choir. FAST, and the '83 t 

silgating diehards. Tom managed to get little studying done 
cid moments jumping out of perfectly good (') airplanes, 
scuba diving, playing lightweights, Batt lacrosse (baw, baw"). Batt tennis, and Company soccer 
Toms biggest mistake at USNA was losing his glasses during the first week of Piebe summer and 
allowing Pauhe to see him in his geekers Post graduation plans include a legal change of name 
and a dog named Tramp to replace Fritz After commissioning, Tom heads for the submarine 
fleet Two submarine cruises didn't dim the glow around him If he can't get an apartment with 
some of the Boys from Fun One the back seat of his Dodge will do Tom leaves the Academy four 
years of his prime ( ?), one front tooth, and years of reruns Ernie will always be remembered as 


John R Houfek 




Navy NFO 


JR came to USNA fro 

the world) and set out t 

put It on ttie map 

but tiis attiletics are |ust 

as good Plebe Yea 

ttie lloor was too mucti 1 

r tiim. so he made 

star ever since Over ttie 

years, John has pi 

(the bratwurst capital of 

ropoiis of Sheboygan. lA 

Not only has John proved he is an academic whtz. 
r found him on the Swimming team, but sleeping on 
the switch to Company sports, where he has been .i 
i piled up some impressive beer drmking statistics, and 
IS one of the few Mids who can claim to have slept on the Company officer's otiice floor JoMr 
has busied himself at the Academy by participating in various ECA s He has been a member c 
the Dockclub since early plebe year and participated m F A S T 2 as a Second class JR *- 
ultimate triumph was in being king of the wrecking crew on Georgetown tramid youngster year 
While trying desperately to avoid the campus police. JR. KC. and Levy did everything from 
breaking into a closet to attending formal dances to trying to blow the place up The memory of 
JR beating up a bed will live with us and the Georgetown students forever Second Class year, 
John was Class President and mellowed out quite a bit He really didn t let go until Army, where 
he received an indoctrination into the evils o( gram alcohol punch Though he has never taken a 
back seat to anyone, John is looking at a career as a Navy NFO Always in the mood for some 
fun, we all look forward to seeing JR when the wrecking crew reunites in the years to com« 
Good luck Johnny! One o( the boys 

Nav^ Abator 

Kirk Hymes 



Physical Science 



Kirk comes from the Iriendly town ol Altoona. Pennsylvania So Ihmgj could only get livilicr 

While most Plebes connpiain about the loss ol socal lil». Kirk was acstalic Excilenwnl began in 

the room Kirks biggest love wa 

sleep and his roommates had a love lor (ate night rumbles Eail 

all patience and enter the Corair 

the shoes Mew What an 

freshman year ended and wi 

h his new lound Ireedom, Kirk moved 

on to bigger and belter 

"HfiRs Hello Hollyi Ugh Can 

have my arm back? Sorry about the c 

umberbund Mark Kirks 

1 ..• lile at Goucher may not ha 

ve been much, but it allowed his roo 

.11. lesol abuse Who would s 

ave Kirk' His roommates? Heck no 

were having loo much 

' i i 111 course as always the 

Lt comes through and cancels Kirk s 

reduced to disco dogpen 

m,,ny Mids have met their lutur 

> brides in dogpen and being a strong t 

leliever in tradition. Kirk 

soon became engaged with this 

:alilornia dream The change was dras 

c' What happened lo all 

that tree spirit? Kirk became kn 

own as the home body his Senior year Those dreaded bells 

approach Good luck to you bo 

h We love you En|oy Marine 


478 1st Company 



Juan P, Llarena 
Naval Aviator 
Don Juan 

Juan came to the U.S. olA. from Cuba as an infant fleeing from communism, but not without a 
tug on Castro's beard and a warning, "watch it buddy. I'll be back". The beanhead will always be 
remembered for his B S . his raincoat, his B.S . his nose, his B.S . his flatulence, and most of all. 
his B S (It's no surprise that this History ma|or is getting an "A " in Philosophy ) The Bean Head 
was at all times a man of frugality, buying a $350 car - well, actually $500 after it broke down on 
his first trip But heck, it gets 8 miles to the gallon and it has a real nice car stereo He is also a 
man of romance, meeting women from the tar corners of Spain to the laundromats of Florida 
Juan swears it's that stylish raincoat that gets them everytime He can really show a girl a good 
time, with his roommate's car and money- but he really hates to borrow stuff He can really 
court a girl too. like sending her a tape of the songs they heard together-too bad he never heard 
from her again 

1 $400 of his funny money 
roommate to 
after reading this 

IS a little per: 
)ay off his Spam debt 
^ be It $20 or $500 (r 
lus) The Pinga man IS abo 
know what type of persot 

like persuading t 


John McLoughlln 

Virginia Beach 


Physical Science 



John came to the Academy with the belief that alt a man needed was a fast car, a fast plane, 
fast women, and very fast feet Welt, that's atl changed now The only fast things John is capable 
of now are produced on the track and in his dreams Being a prankster at heart, John has an 
unmatched capability of arousing a persons anger What better way to start Monday morning 
off than with John playing alarm clock by banging your head against the wall John also has a 
fear of losing his throwing arm For his friends thai resulted in a growing immunity to a pam you 
ladies will never know Johns only outstanding achievement freshman year was keeping up with 
a woman who had as much drive as him and making it thru Monday track practices Sophomore 
year came and John dropped his Sandy" ways From there it was on to Exit 29 to quench his 
thirst Goucher was exhuberant until it became obvious that many girls were meeting this same 
wonderful red-headed man who was great m 

When It came to women. John's standards were always the highest Oh-oh. then who's that 
red-headed "lovely ' That's OK . though, the summer nights up at Ocean City were quite cold. 
it meant seeing that wonderful roommate of hers Exit Red and enter Stac Look Brian I can't 
believe it either, Jerome, John's two running buddies were devastated to see their fellow stud 
reduced to playing kissy-kissy and smooch-smooch. Take off that stupid gnn Kirk, we won't lose 
him to your kind. The future means good times, Jets and a losing battle with his receding hair- 

Kenneth M. Ikeda 




Nuclear Power 


July 6. 1979. a day that will live in infamy It marks the start of a four year hermitage for the 
Monk The Monk was once an undersized gloid from California, named Ken Upon arriving at 
USNA. his consciousness was expanded by many the Oiddter. Arlo. Beanhead. 2-D Bob. and the 
Head His funmeter became uncontrolably pegged when he learned that it would be three years 
before he would have to wear civies again, and dating another woman would l>e impossible lor 
the first year {Ken would later explode in ecstasy when he found out that by taking duty lor 
everyone he could avoid leaving the bowels ol Bancroft indetinitely-except for leave, m which 
case he could bee-line it to Veronica's house) 
Life inside the walls, however, did not prove to be total euphoria Ken found out how much lun 
len wearing a 6'4 " football player s raincoat on his 5'5" 
Rooming with 'the head" was trying-trying to survive' But 
( pulled through Except, ol course, when it came to hts -Linda 
*as listening, or when returning to the launch site of his "Class-A ' 
firework show At least he came out with really good excuses for staying m the hall 

First class year was the toughest No more room tours to serve, duty became a less appealing 
alternative and leaving was soooo easy In the face of temptation, he turned to coaching sports 
After going 1 7 in b-ball and 0-8 in Itwt football, he turned to the outside world (worse than Han 
1 went off the deep end and went 

march-ons could be-especially > 
Japanese body Enter"! 
with the help ol 'Dawg " 
Blair " outburst while the 

Then, alter adding 3 JV bball player- 

I folding. 

We hope you keep c 

ng free and 

James M. Kuzma 



Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


Kuz rolled m here from the tough town ol Steubenville, Ohio, the third i 
basketball brothers, and just about had this place figured out from day o 
put his big feet into anyone else's footsteps, though, he quickly made 

buddy Dick), 

Always t 

1 a line of Boat school 
le Finding it tough to 
lelor himself both on 
or for just plain hell raising (usually with his 
Surviving on pam pills, athletic 
give up his affectation for large orange balls, no matter what the 
dds, and terrorized the courts for four years without regard for life or limb (what joints') 
Between basketball and weekends, he even found time to study a httle, though never too 
much to interfere with a good hall-ball game, where once again his maniacal tendencies 
urtaced Kuz's second best natural talent was his uncanny knack for finding a femate compan- 
Dn anytime, anywhere, and for any occasion (and we all thought he had a face only a mother 
ould love") Kuz pulled one last surprise on us when he decided to make his commitment a deep 
ind silent one We all wish Kuz the best m the future and know he'll do great wherever he goes 
One of the boys 

1st Company 479 

Keith C Phillips 



Marine Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


Being the innocent lad he was 

Irom Depere Wise (notice the 

past tense) KC really didn't know 

what he was in for Early during 

n.s plebe year he set h,s s.ght 

on Hymans program and, after a 

slow start, soared to academic 

heights When he wasn't working out (which was usually done tro 

m his rack), you could find him 

doing lust about anything A member in good standing of the Georgetown Wrecking Crew, KG 

stood ready to bail himsell, L 

eavy, and JR out of lail Also a te 

rorist on F A S T 2 and 3, KC 

spent the days literally blazing down the slopes with a haH-mustached ell 

One summer evening he was even spotted swimming in th 

Annapolis Harbor behind the 

afterdeck in his summer white 

s But who can forget when he teamed up with JO to paint a hotel 

room with feathers and gram 

punch' An avid Packer and Brewe 

f fan, KC acquired the taste of 

victory in the form of Tequila 

grain, G&l s, and chocolate donu 

s Also known as ' Queel ■ and 

the Turtle' . KC established 

a reputation as one of the nicest guys around, who could always 

lind time 10 help someone ou 

OH to glow with Hyman's best, h 

will be remembered as a good 

buddy to all who knew him One of the boys 


Lewis R Powell 



Systems Engineering 

United States Marine 



Obliged to serve. Lew cam 

to the Academy from the plains 

of western Nebraska Prone to 

making short stories long, pie 

be summer scverly restricted his 

reedom of expression; but was 

not severe enough to preven 

such profound statements as, "w 

e play Virginia at home ■, a fact 

which tun one 83 will long remember Lew occupied himself a 

the Academy by pursuing his 

hobby. Systems Engineering, 

and also managing the profits an 

i losses of computerized base- 

ball 1/C year Lew traded in 

phone bills lor gas bills when his 

high school sweetheart turned 

liancee transferred to Towso 

n state University 

As he leaves the Academy. 

he will travel on to marriage, the t. 

arines, and all of life under the 

guidance and direction of the Lord Jesus Christ, 

Gordon Smith 
Applied Science 
Naval Flight Officei 

definitely ust 

iigher ground. 

figured t 

n, Smitty decided ti 

Id be as good as the other oMicers he had seen. 

^fter laughing his way through Plebe summer, 

good pleber (or Plebe year The year was spent working hard, going out with 

nd listening to Berts attempts to smg Youngster year saw Smitty becoming one 

hings haven't been the same since Highlights of the year were becoming a 

Dock Club, the First Company Choir, and the Geototramid Wrecking Crew After 

brother Ernie, he learned how to get around Newark as if it were home Second 

iaw Smitty teaming up with Paulie for road trips to Long Island every weekend 

that summer with extra baggage around the middle the result Second 

the year Hard work and hard play 

w Smitty becoming a member of FAST The spring found Smitty keeping 
)r the J V Lacrosse team coached by Coaches SchuHheis and Heim Smitty hopes to 
Navy NFO if his allergies will let him Smitty was just one of The Boys 


1st Company 481 

Michael S. Astleford 
San Diego 
General Engineer 
Naval Flight Officer 

On July 6, 1979. the nightly 

sooner than the San Diego l« 
mark him for the next four y 
on laundry bags in a closed c 
challenged everything from 

at a strange figure weanng a cowboy hat, 
I docksiders was headed toward USNA on a skateboard No 
came a Plebe than he had a major medical trauma that would 
Z-burger overdose The Rack" started his career by sleeping 
during Plebe summer He soon qualed for "Varsity Rack" and 
-US-alls (o Plebe Chemistry 

In his waking moments. '360' had time to become a Hubbard trained man which forever s€ 
his disposition toward Plebes As a member of the "Fearsome Foursome". Mike hosted many 
sessions ot "guess-and-go-down" Late night sessions of D and D. along with an insatiable desir 
for weekend female companionship, met head on and defeated a USNA drive for Naval arch 
tects First class year found Rack hopelessly m love with "real cars ' and a "parrot" Driving th 
"Z ■ IS |ust like what" 

Whether terrorizing Plebes, breaking his nose tor the lightweights, or sacrificing his fingers to 
sailing, Rackstar ■ always supported the Boat school Good luck in your quest (or NFC wing 
len in doubt, sleep on it "AAAAEEE. 360". 

Danny L. Casmey 



Physical Science 

United States Marine Corps 


Dan came to us from the Marine Corps after a year of vacation at NAPS and lost no time m 
letting everyone know that it was the Marine Corps to which he would return; and the sooner the 
better Plebe year Dan did a disappearing act by running cross country and track and it wasn't 
until youngster year that everyone realized he was a member of Second Company By that time. 
Dan had already changed majors more times than we could count and, realizing he wouldn't be 

Youngster year, a certain young lady entered Dans life and for the next two years he spent his 
weekends up m Pennsylvania, that is, when he could escape the books 

Dans tour year battle with academics and the PCR brought many frustrations but. due 
primarily to his hard work and dedication, he was able to succeed with them as well as with 
anything else he attempted Summers found Dan spending his free time earning his jump wings 

engaged t 


^0 in Pennsylvania but with little f 
s then that Dans true talents em« 
? ot Second Company Graduation 

> that?) First Class y 

capades during 

rged and he beca 

Javier M. Covelli 

Winter Springs 


Ocean Engineering 

Navy Air 


Javier came to Annapolis from sunny Florida being able to bench 290 lbs., but yet lound 
himself unable to push a 27oz broom Everyone thought that it would only be a matter of tinrie. 
but we. and the Academy underestimated him! 

So began a career of opposites, which saw such amazing things as a mellow easygoing guy 
become a regular member of the infamous EMBC. and a stocky kid who hates to run. r. 
greased lightning on a "certain" November night 

Never having lost his sunny smile, and aquinng an RX-7 to drive it around in, Jett was n« 
a loss for women, or shall I say girls for a guy with only two arms he could juggle like t 

The naughty nine" and the rest of us will tv 
the future, but a fnend in Jeff is a fnend for lif 
wing, flying the fast ones out of Pensacoia 

John D, Croce 
New Jersey 

Mechanical Engineering 
Nuclear Submarines 
Chow Call 

John came to USNA a card-carrying member ot the Etton John Fan Club from the bustling 
Philadelphia suburb of Paulsboro. N J A natural leader. "Chow Call" assumed (he weekly ntural 
of announcing " stations have been changed " Following the example of his favorite 

upperclass, he spent his afternoons on the bay with a chart in one hand and a stadimeler in the 
other But his most remembered spectical of Plebe year was the annual "dining in", as John 
acquired a taste and then an aftertaste for the infamous "Buffalo Brew" 

Youngster year brought the celebrated dance lessons and the late night hours ot a real mafor 
Rocket continued that tradition secondclass year, thougt^ John spent many an hour eiiamining 
the "sun" in search ol the ultimate in cars Settling for a loaded Grand Prm. he spent a leisurely 
summer in Hawaii and was convinced thai Nuclear Power was the only way to go Senior year 
with the "boys" has proved an adventure bul soon John will be dnving down to Orlando with (he 
T (op down, Dylan on the radio and gr.indmoms home cookin' on his mind 



Sar Diego 

'tt'^ii Science 

482 ?nd Company 

reputation during 

Evan R. Edwards 




Navy Air 


Evan came to the Academy a 
these past four years. Not one 
Sailing team for a safe harbor. 

Youngster summer, Evan went to the western Pacific Quickly learning about the opportuni- 
ties which awaited him in these distant lands, Evan was very rarely seen aboard ship But 
knowing him, we feel sure that his intentions were good Second class summer was a wild time 
for the -Words" 

First class year brought a lot of excitement for "Words", starting with the summer, as he took 
charge of his very own YP A lot of money came with this job. though It's amazing how so much 
can be spent so fast Along with being Captain of the Sailing Team, Evan also became Editor of 
the Trident Calendar This, along with the hardships involved in being a Management ma)or. 
makes it hard to believe Evan still kept his socializing up to his regularly high ; 

Evan plans to go Navy Air, and if he goes at it with his usi 
becoming an outstanding pilot. Good luck to ya. buddy 

Benedict D. Espe 
San Diego 
Applied Science 
Nuclear Submarines 

II probably leave a 

s during Plebe Summer 
lassmates as first "Fool 

I that one One memorable 
an" during an inspection ar 
•greater strides with Malapropi 


3 Regin 

rawny kid fron sunny San Diego, and 
and even more confused kid Always 
i flopping down the halls m oversized 
nd later just plain "Foo ' Ben always 
■d a female Firsty on regimental staff 
)me-around Later on at Canoe U he 
nickname when he greeted the Supe 
Tiing prowess, he earned the title of 

"5-Star Rock" on the Varsity sub-squad A great lover of study and hall social life, Ben surprised 
us all by getting smashed on two beers every two months or so Ben had a "mid-course 
guidance change" during his youngster year After struggling through 8 weeks. Ben saw the light 
and changed his major from EE to Computer Science According to the Dean, he couldn't 
change his ma)or just because he wanted out of Nuke Power 

Despite all this, Ben's QRP rocketed and he secured a permanent place by the computer at 
Ward Hall Ben will put his major into good use m the nuclear power program, driving subma- 
rines, despite what the admiral thinks about computers Ben also participated in the Catholic 
Choir, rising to the post of Secretary, and spent a couple of semesters as a "Greyhound of the 
Severn" when he couldn t find a sport California grown and California spun, look for Ben to 
spread some California sun in some dark control room deep m the blue Pacific 

John D, Dace 

Chicken Strips 

JOHN DAVID DACE left sunny Gainesville, Florida to attend NAPS, and ultimately ended up in 
Annapolis that unforgetful 6th of July as another one of "THE BOYS ' of Second Company John 
hid from the company his whole Plebe year, and could usually be found on the tennis courts 
playing varsity tennis He missed being a Plebe on a squad table by staying on tea tables year 
round and eating his steerage favonte-CHICKEN STRIPS This culinary delight also became his 
nickname Youngster year brought John into the company scene, but "THE BOYS" were usually 
at the Army-Navy Club, or Charlie's, or under the bridge with their friend Jack Second dass 
year was not a good tennis year, but this didn't stop John though as he became one of the party 
organizers of the company Who could forget the JBCR & RE with the fire extinguishers and 
boxer shorts, or the Blowout on the Bay with Purple Passions, or those trips in the Vette with 
the Bandana Boys to 
modern day KWAI CHANG) 


D C The end of second class year brought John (the 
party at Indy and a summer of school, YPs again (he never 

Well now. first class year is underway and John is still striving t 
class or two We know he will graduate without taking a PE TEST o 

Remember John, you will always be a great friend to us att. bi 

Neal W, Davidson 
Political Science 
Navy Air 

Neal has been bouncing off ^ 
IS yet sure of exactly what his 

I Academy walls now for almost four years and not one of us 
IS A true son of the South, Suh. Nealo charged north from 
intage of all the tree food he could eat Nealo made many 
itisfied with the common, everyday names of most of them, he proceeded 
) practically everyone m the Company As a Political Science major. Nealo 
was never one to be over enthused by academic pursuits, thus earning the self-mflicted 
nickname of "2 0" As an original member of the 'Boys'". Nealo contributed to the delinquency 
of Mids at the 'JBCR + RE". the Liberty Bowl, the Marnot, the 'Blow out on the Bay". Fran's 

and miscellaneous parties A master of "the Gator', 2 was always ready to roll on any dance 
floor Neals ways have somewhat changed in the last year though, since he started commuting 
in to his Poly-Sci courses from marvelous Gaithersburg, Md . and his priorities have had to be 
I altered Still undecided about his service selection, Nealo definitely has his heart set 
de to do. Nealo, we all wish you the best of luck, and 

2nd Company 483 

David A. Fisher 




Nuclear Submarines 


Good morning. Admiral, your Honor, the Board will plainly show the Middle that f 
before you was caught red handed studying English; studying English of a most 

Dave thought that he would fool everyone by sneaking into the Nuclear Navy as . 
major The thing is. this Maryland native and currant Arnold resident managed to pull 
a hop and a skip from Crabtown. Dave came to USNA with high hopes and pleasant m< 
civilian college life Managing to survive the hostile environment of plebe summer. ( 

, English 
oft Just 
lories of 


t class year brought c 

I Youngster year brought much needed relie 
Id semester he saw the light and changed from Marine Engineering (HGR'S favorite) t 
1 pleasent change Second class : 
; Kennedy 
Dave soon found that conduct work took up more time than homework 

None the less. Fish managed to survive the onslaught of Company.conduct cases Ion; 
to finish those lab reports and English papers the night before they were due Now that 
become one of Rickovers boys" I wish him the best of luck — and may he survive e 
Study hard. Scu'" 

Anthony R. Gallop 

Coeur d'Alene 


Systems Engineering 

Naval Flight Officer 


Andy comes from a wild place west of the Mississippi where the trees are green, i 
good, men are men. and the livestock live in fear During his first months here, he ea 
nickname of White Works by becoming a plank owner on the excused squad 

Youngster year found Andy busy enjoying Systems Engineering and wasting away t 
. (precious few) becoming a double ace mouser and arguing gun control wit 



ing second class summer gave Rop a chance to relax between the weekly 
the nickname Two Beer Gallop attempting to fly around the Marriot after 
ond class year will be remembered for the many road trips north m search 
r something; Andy still doesn't know what he's looking for up there 
as a carrier for Andy, and he divided his time on cruise between living a jet 

e of first class year. Andy has alternately pursued and been pursued by 
lystery romance Rop has mastered everything he has attempted here with 
ng a half page letter in an hour or less, and all he lacks are those 'Wings of 
go Andy, be it to answer the call of the wilderness, the wild blue yonder, or 
stationwagon - Godspeed and the best of luck. 

Donald J. Haas. Jr. 



Computer Science 



Donnie came to Annapolis from the cultural mecca of Peru. Illinois where crowds have been 

known to flock to see a band called "the Jerks", and then bop 'tit they drop This all happens 

r $ 50 oldstyles at a place called "The Pub" Ptebe year Haaser excelled academically to the 

! he was also faced with a 

choice between the Gridiron or graduation ar 
ing" youngster cruise to the uh. er Virgin 
member in good standing of the Dock Club 
found at the Club in almost any weather A 
some things you just couldn't learn in Peru 
As a third year man Don channeled his effi 
near legend m Foxy's "68 Galaxy Countless t 

3 AC Board 
eluctantly chose t 


el and with boundless energy became a 
; Vouz ". Georgetown, and even a 3 day 
s co-pttot's seat, keeping the crew 
ng the crowd Don also gave much time and effort to introduce Tony the 
Navy way of lite As a firstie. Don became our Vice-President and finally decided 
wasn't so bad after all Where ever Don goes after graduation, we're sure he'll 

Timothy A. Herndon 
New Orleans 
Marine Air 

The military was nothing new to Timothy Alfred Herndon Plebe summer was a party tor him 
after four long ones at M M A Midn 4/C Herndon could not only swim like a fish, he could drink 
like one too Practice makes perfect! New Orleans was our first encounter with Tim tn the stick 
When he said that we were going to fly high, we flew high And the ride didn't stop once w« 

Protramid brought out a tew of Tim's better traits For instance. Stroh's (or breakfast, lunch 
and dinner Leave found Herndon spending time in North Carolina with some kisstn' cousins 
Here he found his favorite food. Beaverl Mech "E" Herndog. in anticipation of long and exciting 
weekends first class year, bought a new '82 Firebird. SE Plans were altered by a couple swell 
guys, the Rocket and Wild Bill 

Graduation sees Herndog on his way to the land of hairlessness Pensacola follows this 
unhairy experience in hopes of the F-18. The sky is the limit (or Tim Best o( luch. Wt love Ya 

Wianical Engii 
toms Corps 



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1 >5topherKieri 
I 'Wipolis 

I "stfaiicalEngii, 




484 2nd Company 

Andrew F. Jensen. Ill 


New Jersey 

Mechanical Engineering 

Marine Corps 


Drew arrived at USNA from the metrop 
pencils and Mech E notes Having establls^ 
and successfully passing through the pains ; 
for battle and entrench himselt in Mech E \ 

up housekeeping z 
many "late nights . 
faded away 

Rep tour 

t happens to us all seemed to h 

the library, plow/ing through e 
id red-eyed mornings' only to 

IS discovered that you don't \ 


. he was ready to a 

m himself 

long as Fred 5 logistics and CO 


:he world 

n to Drew a 

s well Soon he was 

known as 

arcti Of gouge Drew found him 

elf setting 

s pads of e 

gineering paper an 


ver that hi 

dreams of a high QPR slowly 

ally great having you 

n't have to be a bull major to go Surface or Corps, 
e was a unanimous selection for Company Honor 
chocolate chip cookies to whatever branch he 
lere. roomie Take care. God bless, and smooth 


Christopher Kiergan 



Mechanical Engineering 

Navy Air 


Chris Ktergan alias the Elfman, came to the Academy from the thriving metropolis of Indiana- 
polis, Indiana where the most tun they have all year is the 500 Chris has been groomed as a 
Midshipmen since his conception in 1961 He is one of three Kiergan's that have walked the 
halls of Bancroft In fact, if it was not tor the Academy his family would only have half of a 

During Chris 
unassuming, with a devoted girltnend z 
average in Mech E. playing in Co mtramurals. and running 

with a celebration and ended up with seven years plus thirty d 
could be found m the wardroom, the Jacuzzi at the Marnot. re 
a party with the boys or chasing Woops As for what is in stor 
really sure, but my guess is he will be Florida bound Well, c 
friend, and our Academy days will be sorely missed Good I 

jre. nobody is 
: he IS a good 
nd the Boys 

Steven R. Herrmann 




Navy Air 


Straight from suburgiaville, 
Annapolis (rom fabulous, fun-' 

\ bosom of the Americ 


sweethearts Plebe 
Steve was off and ru 
year came hours sp 
the Temple o( Nim 

entat United States to make parking 
* Bay Myrtle Beach, and indianapo- 
se Chinese eyes and Herrmann s 

Centraha. Illinois On arrival at USNA. Steve was shocked to 
ite than Cardinal baseball, 3 hours of tennis a day. and small town 
brought about the conception of the "Born to Run ' squad and 
)(ebe year and Charlies, not to mention the library With youngster 
? Docks and. for Steve, the continuation of his highly pilgrimage to 
r one to worry about grades "Mr Concerned " soon began his 
e world of Economics 

vn for his zany, devil-may-care approach to life ("Come on you guys, somebody 

it '). Mellow" opened a second chapter m his life story over second dass 

Jimmy Buffet as background music, and as a charter member of the O C I C and 

Timer experience, Steve pillaged i 

Bavaria to explore new pa 

I extremes) and The Boys' ' to all "48 

le Penn Center. Memphis, Rosensheir 

St class year brought out the charn 

me the talk of Fran O's and many a 

John R. Hults 



Surface Line 

y arrived at the Academy for plebe summer 
ie infamous "Born to Run" squad Never 
la, Ooh was. however, the master at being 
ileak the situation appeared By youngster 
year, "The Boys" had become a close kmt group and Hultsy began to show his true party colors 
Weekends found him in DC at the Army - Navy Club, or out on the city docks with the rest of 
■The Boys ■ Hot on the tail of youngster year came second class summer, and Hultsy was part 
of the "3-C summer experience" that ravaged the entire eastern seaboard 

Second class year came and road trips to Myrtle Beach, Indianapolis and Ocean City replaced 
D C and the Docks for weekend social outings While most of us bought sports cars with our 
loans, Hultsy tooled up from Memphis (home of the Liberty Bowl) m a baby blue '54 Caddy to 
begin first class year 

Always the innovator, Hultsy initiated the Saturday morning "Fellowship Breakfast" during 
football season that year A little pre-Army fun that year found Hultsy earning his "Black N" 
along with the rest of the "Naughty Nine'— the crowning act of his four years by the Bay 

An Oceanography major, and a true lover of the deep blue. John will surely find his niche m 
Surface Line Good luck, partner, well all miss you 

1 boy from the word go, 

nough to get by. 

2nd Company 485 

Alan W. Lenz 
Surface Line 

Alan was born on the crest of a wave, proclaimed a Surlace Liner from birtfi Adiu 
Naval Academy life was not difficult for Alan, tfie son of Navy's supreme atfiletic mas 
coach Pep' After four weeks of Mech "E" and a zero on his statics test, he settled 
docile world of Oceanography Time at USNA for Alan is lUst time away from the sea "I i 
down to the sea again, to the lonely sea and the sky. " "and all I need is a tall ship, and i 
steer her by " Fair winds and following seas May God bless you always. 

Joseph A. Mokris 

Franklin Lakes 

New Jersey 


United States Marine Corps 


Walter T. Molano 
New York 
Political Science 
Navy Air 

After 4 years at Molioy. Rudy and Nelly packed Wally off to Annapolis During his four years at 
Navy, he established himself as the resident liberal of the First Wing Known for his pioneering m 
the testing of the Admin Conduct System. Wally found the Cookbook interesting as he managed 
to dodge all the fries possible Perhaps that is why he took all those law courses 

Wally did a short trial period with a local kid named Joni. but he finally met up with Mary Beth. 
HIS GAG from Centralia 

Navy accomodated Wally well, he hopped to Europe 4 times free, spending little time waiting 
in airports but having more time in the Beerhalls of Munich and Cafes of Pans As a Preppy 

some of Europe back with him. establishing the finest Deli in Mother B' 

Despite a 3 year devotion to Navy Air. Wally tried out for Nuke Power to pay oH his Visa bill 
None the less, he was sorrowfully let down and will fly anyway With afterburns on and flaps up. 
Wally will make the big connection with M B after graduation 

Amado M Parra 



Political Science 


Sex Dog 

WW Sew 
Wed Slates I 




3 Annapolis from t^ 
He carried University of Florida sports so far 
just to stick the needle in the old Sex Dog 
anything in the path of the mail box on the day ) 

»asni about to l«l ar>y of us forget it 
"the boys" became "Gator haters" 
oris buff. Se«y trampled anyone or 
. weekly Sporting News arrived From his 

extensive readings on the subject of sports. Mike acquired an incredible t 

that nauseated most of the rest of "the boys " By Second Class year, however. Sexy had struck 

an acceptable compromise between sports and an occassional 'social' outing with "the boys " 

spring with an ama/ing display of endurance, as a lour man contingent of "the boys' steamrolled 
Myrtle Beach— SuuueeeyM* There was no holding him back at this point-weekend road trips 
took a back seat only to Monday Night Football on his personal table of prionlies Unlortunalely 
for Sexy. PCR ranked rather low on that same list and Mike found himself twittering his 
professional knowledge on the Greyhounds of the Severn lor a lew weekends first class year 
Take in the bow line Sexy! 

Seeking adventure in an otherwise dull and boring Army Week. Mike and eight other loyal 
members of "the boys" set out for a little 'spirit related' fun in the Yard What followed will no 
doubt go down in the history of this illustrious institution as the 'Great Jimmy Legs Caper ' Mike 
and the rest of the Naughty Nine' received Black N's. while the Brigade lauded them as heroes 
much to the dismay of the administration Thirty days restriction was a small price to pay lor the 
kind of notoriety that gives a spot in the conduct Hall ol Fame Sexy will leave us lor either the 
Supply Corps or Cryptology Good luck bro. stay out ol trouble and keep in touch 

486 ?nfi Compa 

Andrew H. Schlaepfer 


New York 

Political Science 

United States Marine Corps 


In the spring ot 1979 Andrew was minding his own business as a (rosh at Pnncipia College in 
Illinois when he received an emergency telegram from USNA It seems that Adm Lawrence was 
putting together a Company full ot total party animals Drew immediately made his reservation 
at the Hotel Bancroft 

Nobody could pronounce his name, therefore it was logical that Drew would be the first one of 
the "Boys" from 2 to get a nickname He made it easy tor us by saying "Navy Crew Sirl" Thus, 
Crew Drew was born With Drew as their Captam. the plebe Lightweight Crew team won the 
Eastern sprints for only the second time m Navy history 

The only thing anybody remembers Crew doing youngster year was putting down Hubbard 
Hall as his leave address tor spring break (the place gets locked up over Christmas) Second 
class year, however, the true Schleprock emerged His duties second class year included class 
Secretary, Squad Leader and Officer-ln-Charge of nightly push-up parties m the barn on 3-3 

Drew set his sights on a llaming plebe summer as a Platoon leader ( 'How do you spell my 
name, mister'") and then led "The Boys" as Company Commander Not a bad record tor a kid 
from Ithaca. New York, and the best is yet to come 

Alan D, Silver 

Spruce Pine 

North Carolina 


Nuclear Submarines 

Aldo Cetia 

"Disco Al. the Teachers Pal" 
Midshipman Coming from a "> 

himself at the local watering holes Life in the fast 
contact with his hometown sweeties He always i 
Cadre While on youngster cruise. Midn Silver lea 
friendly skies 

Second class summer gave many interesting i 

e at Navy did not cause Aldo to lose 
the most interesting mail from his 
three is never a crowd Fly them 

teams He had many out! 

Al received his own plate 

Second Company's dancir 

e of him He was at the Center Stage of the Academic Arena and 
-eekends A wmk ot the eye and a spin of the bottle and Al was 
an integral part of the Company basketball and Lt Wt ftball 

St class year but still found time to excel athletically and socially 
line decided to join the Nuclear Power program Nuc school will 
I him luck m surviving those extended tours away from wine and 

Robert M. Piroumian 
La Crescenta 
Physical Science 
Navy Air 

summer ol 79 

'tn the party animals of Second Company in trie 
wasn 1 long before Piro distinguished himsell as Wuba Commander (Parents 
Weekend) He was honored with that title for his four years here Piro was also recognised as a 
fine athlete earning two varsity letters in 150 lb Football 

He IS truly a unique individual With the conclusion of his youngster year Piro decided to 
conclude his military career Civilian life was the only one for him Piro left in fine fashion by 
clearing a local dance floor to the song Take This Job And Shove If and a final skinny dip in the 
Michelson-Chauvenet fountain Navy had Piro hooked for good though Before the begir>ing of 
Second Class year Piro had once again cut his hair and joined the Boys Since then hes created 
many weekend adventures Most we'll always remember Some wed like to forget Second 
class year brought many a Marriott weekend With Piros help, the Boys successfully turned 
Abbeys into a parking lot on numerous occasions The most memorable was probably the 
Tinsel-Head, tension breaker weekend Ot course no one could forget the first annual JBCR&RE 
at Army that year (the Penn Center Inn wont) Many can only barely remember 

Spring break took a few ol the Boys to challenge the New Hampshire slopes Manchester NH 
was not ready for Piro and the Boys that week Beowolf s m D C was not prepared to deal with 
Piro s dancing on the awning outside the second story window either That will teach them to 
expand the dance floor We're all looking forward to reuniting with Piro in Pensacola after 
graduation to tear up the south. 

Michael J. Quinlan 
Aerospace Engineer 
Naval Flight Officer 

It all started in Plymouth. Massachusetts in 
Syracuse University as a freshman Engineer 
! heard "you Looza" echo through t 
stay His favorite phrase stuck with h 


halls of Bancri 

iim called "Mr 

Concern " and "Mom" Unfortunately for the stri[ 

few weekend excursions with "The Boys and became a leader among party animals rather 
than men Truly a memorable evening as Looza was elected for being caught by the newspapers 
!ss JBCR&RE. wrestling in the snow, etc Although Mike was 
!he party on the weekends. Mr Concern came to life every grading period as 
Aerospace Engineering and maintained better than a 3 GPA 

^^ Looza was the winner A member of Navy's Cross Country 

to tram himself to be one of the best marathoners in school For 

always t 

Team as a plebe. MiV 

Tvice selectic 

because Annapolis v 

ment ot insanity and thought he wanted to go Ni 
ihe sky as a Navy NFO I hope P-cola is ready f 
Good luck Looza. stay a winner 


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Michael T. Simmons 

Daytona Beach 


Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


II was in the summer ot 79 that a skinny, sun tanned kid from Daytona Beach sauntered in 
thru the gates ot U S N A Coming from a rock-and-roll background. "Turtle" was an instant hit 
at his youngster's come-arounds ior his consistent ability to stop the music' Having had 
enough Flortda sunshine lor 18 years. Mike opted tor a 73 day luxury vacation somewhere under 
the atlantic ocean (or youngster cruise With his eyes glowing and and his chest shining trom two 
sub pins. Mike dove into his 3/c masochistic Engineering courses with zeal that would make 
Rickover jealous 

Starting as an innocent plebe. "Turtle " was soon corrupted and could be seen finishing oH 
kegs at tailgaters or looking for his head at Franny-0's Initially timid with the ladies, Mike 
solved that problem mathematically by discovering the inverse relationship between shyness 
and alcohol consumption Academics always agreed with him and after a semester as 2/c 
Company Commander, he landed the ultimate 1 /c skate )ob a non-marching 3 striper billet on 
Brigade staft (Asst Ops ) 

No one really knows if it is was the call of the silent service or his Visa bill 
dancin fool' to go the way ot $6000 and three month periods ot all male companic 
know however, that he'll be a great success. 

John 0. Streit 
Virginia Beach 

Navy Air 

■'Those who trust in the Li 
As the mountains surround Jerusalem, so the Lord surrounds his people from this time fourth 
and forever ' 

Everyone puts his faith in someone, or something, during his lifetime Our lives are controlled 
by what we believe, whether our beliefs are valid or not While he was at the Naval Academy. 
Doug decided to let the Lord be the one to control his life He learned to put his faith in Jesus 

'Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor m vain who build it; Unless the Lord guards the 
city, the watchman keeps awake m vam It is vain for you to rise up early, to retire late, to eat the 
bread ot painful labor, for He gives to His children even in their sleep ' 

But thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ Therefore, my 
dear bretheren, be steadfast, let nothing move you, always give yourselves fully to the work of 
the Lord, tor you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain ' PSALM 125:1. 2 PSALM 127:1. 
2 I CORINTHIANS 15:57. 58 

Tyrone M. Thames 
North Carolina 
Nuclear Power 

I Tyrone 

le Land of the Ladies but few of us ^ 
e under the Carolina Sunshine for 
land on a sunny day in June and was captured by a spir 
weather sailing The result was a transporting from the 

Tyrone left North Carolina in search of education and yearning (or knowledge He 
a bit more Despite all else he has still managed to do well here His quest for wtsdor 
him to yet another world The underworld of Nuclear Knowledge I wish him luck 

Tyrone remember as you've always thought "You want to integrate me mto your 
because it is my right you think to be like you I want your right to be 

I would additionally like to say hello to Tony and Shellarnetta an older brother and a 
sister of Tyrone's Thanks to his Mom and Dad As well I would like to say Good luck an 
Joey who is a younger brother and member ol USNA '86 "May God Bless You All ' 

Michael R, Vermillion 

D years He ventured c 
nising great adventure 
of Sunshine to the La 

■ yourself 

Mechanical Engineering 
Nuclear Submarines 

like came to us from the midwestern I 

Choosing the treacherous path ot h 

February of youngster year when he met h 

i^ivedthe Rocket 

f most practical thing with t 

George S. Whitbeck 



Computer Science 

United States Marine Corps 


That fateful day in July of 1979 (which is a blur to most of us) was the fulfillment of a lifelong 
ambition for George The path he took to USNA was somewhat unique. Born in Syracuse. New 
York and living in Saudia Arabia for several years before settling in sunny Florida. George 
decided to put off entering Annapolis until he earned his party quals at the "North American 
Party School " 

George marched through gate 1 intent on marching out four years later with an Aerospace 
Eng Degree and an F-14 ticket to P-cola In most respects he was a model plebe He could 
memorize an issue of "proceedings" in one hour, was a veritable marching machine, and knew 
more pro-knowledge than most Company officers 

In the fall of youngster year. George had to resort to a flip of a com to decide between 
changing majors or seeing his latest sweetheart It was later reveiled he used a two headed com 
that Cathy supplied 

The General' was really busy 2/c year He got 'married" twice, once to the Navy and once to 
the girl who made USNA lose one Aero major 

Whatever his M S , the Marines can be assured that they are getting one gungy human m 
the General' Get used to that nickname. George, because everybody will probably call you that 

James E. Yotz 
Political Science 
Navy Air 

Erie began applymg to the Naval Academy with hopes of some day becoming an outstanding 
nuclear power candidate. He would constantly read in dimly lighted rooms in hope of getting one 
of those really nifty glasses you get from medical Then, one day. it happened All the wme, 
women and song got to him and he became a new man He entered the Academy as a newly 
born flower-child The barbers had a field day getting him ready tor his new career Although he 
tried to avoid getting into mischief, he somehow managed to be the center of attention, and 
often by the wrong crowd His antics range from sweeping "nuns" off their teet to doing the 
same to our Jimmy-legs Lucky tor him he had a natural ability to talk his way out of, and 

In any case, he now has the background to leave the Academy and enter the elite group of 
Navy fighter pilots Eric. Ill see you in Pensacola Meantime, good-luck, stay out of trouble and 
remember to save a tew MIGS for me 

Floyd K. Walker. Jr 
Surface Line 
Keith saw the Naval Academy for the 

t McDonald's 
he was heard walkmg through the f- 
very interesting Between ; 
gasolene powered M 16, things w 
Floyder found youngster year , 
Physics Department and a smusoi 
I Second Company field! 


> year had great potential v 

Through the good ; 
pleasure rooming wi 

Day when he arrived from the small town 
>e summer went well, althou^ 
i saying. "Tick tock. I am a clock ' Floyd's Plebe year wm 

the "baddest " second classmen m the company, and a 

always lively 

t smoother with the exception of Flash Gordon of the 
love (ife Keith established himself as one of the highest 
history, where he was affectionately known as Pmky 
*ith unlimited weekends and the Stango m the parking lot. 

for him and things wer« delayed for a couple of months 
ith kept working, takmg Ihmgs as they came It was a 
him happiness in the Surface Navy and everthing else he 

George J. Walter 



Operations Analysis 

Navy Air 


Hailing from Sudbury, Massachusetts. George C Walter (known by the aliases of "Chip" and 
"Chub") arrived at this institution with lacrosse on his mind Before he could get on the field 
though, he had to survive plebe summer with the famous "Sausage Lmks " and all the trouble 
that came with him Chips plebe year was spent working hard on lacrosse, with the exception of 
many trips to Charlies with the "Under the Bridge. Boys " and their friend "Jack " 

Memories of youngster year center around the famous trips to D C with stops at Benny's and 
the Army-Navy Club The party at the Army Navy Club is when the boys really became close, but 
the pictures of Chip getting close are just too kinky for anyone to see 

Second class year brought the end of Chip's lacrosse career Without a sport to play. Chip 

I company ii 
a mean pair 


First class year brought with it Wardroom Presidency, trips with the party animals, and a lot of 
extra weight around the middle As the year draws to a close. Chip will head toward Florida to 
learn to fly. but he will always be remembered as a true friend to us all Our days at the Academy 
will be sorely missed, but all of us will be together in Florida, so see you there. Good luck to you 
Chip, from all of the boys 

2nd Company 489 





4qn :'.i.i ( nmp. 

im Connecticut by way of Rhode Island After spending sonne 
1 year at NAPS preparing for his eventual success at USNA 
3 Basile. somehow managed to get a OPR over 4 and finish 
at the Naval Academy was difficult This was illustrated by his 

ignople t 

/ B's. though h 

J to the marathon as an outlet for his 
■ Penn relays G W Birthday, and New 
is an integral part of the Company and 

change c 

Anthony R. Basile 
Electrical Engineering 
Nuclear Power 
Mama Basile 

Tony came to the Boat scho< 
time in the real Navy, Tony sp 
While at NAPS. Tony's alias Mama Basile. so 

academic and physical collapse Tony sufferec 

didn't receive any durmg his stay Tony didn't do his 

Lacking the speed in the shorter races. Tony turni 
energies, putting in some notable performances at tt 
York City Marathons Personal triumphs aside. Tony \ 
willing to help anyone who asked 

Second class year, Tony decided he needed a break from USNA so he wer 
Guard Academy for a semester While there, he managed to enroll in an Italian < 
College (90% women) To top things off. 1st class summer he went on a foreign e 
to where else Italy Tony set a record for changing service selections 5 times in one week 

The winner in the end was Nuclear Power, but Tony will be hard-pressed to find a sub big enough 

Kenneth W. Rancher 



Physical Science 



Ken came to USNA from good ole Altus, Oklahoma He was a firm believer m working hard, but 
always liked to play just as hard Ken and two of his football buddies were members of an elite 
group, the only mids ever to be caught red-handed by the Dant scaling the wall 

Kens greatest contributions were to the Navy football team Winner of the Admiral Mac 
Award youngster year, he went on to earn three varsity letters playing linebacker for the 
middies Ken achieved many of the goals he set tor himself in academics and athletics With 
service selection rapidly approaching, he still hasn't decided whether he'll be wearing green or 

blue in P-Cola \ 

Pamela J Allinger 
Physical Science 
Supply Corps 

Growing up with Pam at Navy t 

change too much — outwardly at I 
innocent, but her close friends am 
definately been amusing— We hav 

She V 

ates know her beyond that Daily life with Pam has 
.een anyone brush their teeth as long as Pam do«s 
We swear she wont have any teeth left by the time she's 25' Who could forget the revolving 
door that Santa gave Room 1132 tor Christmas Plebe year? 

Popcorn wars during the easy going days of Youngster year were always tun. especially when 
Alvin cleaned up' That was also the year Pam became an "enlightened engineer " 

As we progressed into a long Second Class year. Pam brought along an extra friend, and Bell 
telephone will never be the same 

First Class year began with a 45 day adventure in which Pam realised that Surface Ime was 
not for her, and that she could sleep the majority of the day Liberty in Toulon included Fawn. 
exotic pig roasts, and "No problem il you like ". which Pam didn't Once Ac year began. 
Pam assumed the duties of AcO and developed a dislike for green markers and ' SHP's '* Having 
deserted gymnastics after 3 brutal semesters. First Class year found Pam in her second year on 
the Crew Team, where she excelled, and instigated the ptll-up club, always encouraging and 
motivating her teammates 

Pam. we wish you the best of luck, and may no one ever see you without your hair curled artd 

Michael J. Arnold 
San Jose 
Applied Science 
Supply Corps 

One of the Dynamic Duo from Northern California Plebe year was ^ 
the Platapus and many hou 

ighltghted by a run-i 

^ours on the wrestling mat 
With youngster year came 150's, the "11 o'clock buzi". and "the next company function " 
Second semester brought the Dynamic Duo together along with the Redhead This led to 
domestic tranquility and revealing study hours They say second class year is the toughest and 
Mike did everything he could to make that statement true Another lightweight season brought 
an N-star But, Army week ended m a bang and left the Duo's future hazy When the smoke 
cleared Mike and his partner in crime brushed off quite a bit, and then entered first class year as 
second class while the final third of the room was contemplating how six stripes would look. 
First class year brought another N-star and a quest to revitalize Third Company tailgaters. 
Judd has left his mark here at the Academy, but it has been a two-way street Mikes advice to 
those we leave behind is ■ remember they can get harder, but they cant get any longer 

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John M. Farrell 
Severna Park 
Applied Science 
Navy Pilot 

John came to Navy from a little town up river called Severna Park He lived so close to the 
Academy that he left home a half an hour before his reporting time with a copy of reef points 
and yard gouge already under his belt A distance runner at heart. John thought the three mile 
run was the best part of [>ep He spent four years on the Cross Country team, but due to a hrgh 
school injury, never ran a race Instead, he turned his talents to managing and road racing 
When John wasnt running, you could be sure to find him m Severna Park (but not at his house) 

John came to the Naval Academy with a single goal m mind, to earn a set of golden wings He 
constantly had this objective in mind and never let anything come between his eyes and flight 

A lifetime east coaster. John fell in love with San Diego on youngster cruise Three weeks o( 
carrier flight OPS were a dream come true for this shuttlebug Johns second class year 
accomplishments numbered two 1 ) applying his accounting knowledge by auditing his midship- 
men's budget records, and 2) getting back his piebe summer girlfriend 

John took oft in May for a 7 week vacation in Denmark and left Kathy and his 280-ZX at home 
Every Friday aboard the Danish ships, you could be sure to find John on the quarterdeck 
awaiting liberty call Those Danish beaches, castles and nightclubs were a welcome sight alter 

John returned to his car m July and brought back something special for Kathy After a chapel 
wedding in the fall. John and Kathy will be oft to Pensacola and a good life together God bless 

Frazier W. Frantz 
New Jersey 
Applied Science 
Supply Corps 

Friz came to the Academy from the shores of southern New Jersey 
regulation P E shorts and sporting a fashionable "high and tight " With thi 
from mom and dad. Friz sweated through Plebe year with tlying colors. As an 
assumed the role of the "God of 4 0* and began to show signs of relaxa 
removed his uniform during study hour To make himself teel more at homi 
girlfriend. Stephanie, to the University of Maryland 

As a Second Class and as a Firstie. he spent most of his time wearing #85 
occasionally asking directions to the Nimitz library Things would not ha 
without the camradene and friendship of both his teammates 
shouldering a lot of gold on Brigade staff during the spring, his m 

"Frantz Connection" as a squad leader on Plebe detail By leaving his 
Lord, Friz approaches lite with a smile on his face and a sparkle m 

Ann M. Furtner 



Political Science 

Surface Warfare 


was always a spirited 

Company and then some One for good 

Regimental and Brigade 

being shut up by 


im Arlington. Texas ready for anything that they could give her She 
idual and her "Go Navy, Sir! ' could be heard anywhere m Bravo 

-\e final formal inspection of the year After 
Plebe summer squad leader for asking too many questions. Ann eventually 

Dund a reason for everything under the sun But the thing is 

The middle two years had Ann trying different sports and boyfriends as she furthered her 
tudies in Political Science Her huge chow packages were always well received, much more so 
han her inverted sleeping and study times She continued her lack of sleep (which her state- 
oom-mates gladly made up) through Ic Cruise, where she had an unyielding fascination tor 
inreps. and an even greater desire (or vert-reppers 

During First Class year she moved to the front of the Brigade to cheer for the lootbait team 
Mh the Third Company rah-rahs Good luck Ann as you join the finest fleet m the world, 

Robert G, Graham 
Bowling Green 
Surface Line 

After the shock of plebe summer. Bob soon adapted 

several EGAs including the Navigators, Drum & Bugle Corps, and French ( 

year, youngster cruise was a welcome relief and 3/c year posed no real 

Second class year saw Bob leaving DAB and becoming more involved w 

he sought not only to develop himself prolessionly but also to strengthen hi 

mi\ Engineei 
S^ Corps 

*( 1^1 He Here 


life at Canoe U . and t 

problems for Bob 

1/c cruise. Bob had i 

guess nothing else can be said except "Fair winds ^ 

soon be "haze gray and underway " 

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49? 3rd Company 

Robert F. Harris 



General Engineering 

Supply Corps 

Bob c 

1 from the Great White North wearing his tuk. and bringing his subtle \ 

You I 

e antics reached a peak in Bob's third class year witl 

Bob checked out a number of sports before ! 
earn He fit right in with the physically punishin 

Ne thought V 
ring Bob's se 
Iks like Bob \ 

'. Bob t 

. NPQcommu 
lat deal of ten 

Jeffery W. Heavner 






Some people's nicknames seem t 


ds Nimitz or Halsey. Heavs CO 
the exception of his bodily 
th The Dundalk kid never let 
s live It up in the restricted I 

; seen daily resting up for a roadtnp in 
sions. Heavs was always a "load" of 
)f us get down and I will always regard 
Ve made it Bud! 

William H Grant. Jr 

Pleasant Grove 


Marine Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


If there IS one thing Buck di 
accomplished almost every i 
southern personality, but doi 
going, but at only one speed- 

by the man-child His youthful good looks match a warm 
ry to rush this good ole boy Buck always gets where he is 

The times when Buck did go last included a two year stmt as 
ew. and two years as a varsity offshore sailor Sailing parties 

Francis E Halliwell 

Staten Island 

New York 

General Engineering 

United States Marine Corps 


of staten Island After surviving plebe summer with 
be a 2 5 history major History proved to be a little 


It took Frank a little longer than most to identify certain items in Bancroft Hall He caught on 
to his room fairly soon, but it took him nearly half way through youngster year to properly locate 
the head One night, his rack mysteriously moved to the Eastport docks as Frank cruised the 
piers looking for Ripper and the "Modester " 

First class year, after his second plebe summer as a squad leader. Frank got the billet he 
always wanted- Company Drill Nothing like an early morning brief with the Major' Luckily, the 

- proud The t 

I luck to you 

3rd Company 493 

Paul G. Henkel 

Lake Shawnee 

New Jersey 




Paul came to the academy from a small secluded town m north Jersey, but he was far from 
secluded Paul was a quiet guy Plebe summer His quietness dtdn 1 last long though The real 
Renkel surfaced the first weekend o( academic year It didn t take long for the dirty half dozen to 
form and Paul was a charter member Do you remember the women's bathroom m the circle 
theatre or the Beach Boys concert, Paul' I didnt thmk you would Guess that AA meeting with 
■J" didn't help Pauls partying didnt end Plebe year though Youngster year added the 

was one that Paul wishes he had never taken Through the year Renks has somehow managed 
to stay out of trouble He has witnessed more "Class As" than anyone I know I hope the good 

atured humor and light 

Paul has been a good tnend and 
hearted attjtude have been an ins( 
need Also the patching up when i 
Remind me not to let you do any 

!r the years His good natured humo 
ation to me Thanks for the help and guidance in times of 
cessary Keep it up. and keep in touch. Go Navy Air! PS. 
reative bodywork on my car 

Ignatius Hokaj 
Bethel Park 
Ocean Engineering 
Navy Air 

ugh, and ready 

tamborines and doors everywhere I 
surfaced youngster year when he gavi 
that "Hok-Charm ■ made the scene ai 

i tor singing and dancing That wa 
irl that laid eyes on Tom (Have yo 
introduce an IG m a loud bar') fell m love with him The girl that he finally picked 
he went in search ot the girls ot the Navy Times got tough so he eventually ust 
close to the best of the pack, making his way to head cheerleader and loving evei 

He always had a tacmation with barbers, starting with his haircut Plebe year 
become a barbershopper m the third company tradition and acted out the part 

Pete Hunt 



Nuclear Submarines 


Pete, known throughout Bancroft as 'Huntstein". came to the Academy solely tor one 
reason to get a tree education While validating Plebe Summer, he came real close to l>eing the 
1st Plebe casualty when he took a strain at Regimental come-around When Academic year 
started. Huntstein (being a true Econ ma|Or) quickly saw that the opportunity cost ot sailing was 
come-arounds. P-rades. company tables, and plebe year So he went tor it Huntstein immedi- 
ately tell in with the third co undesirables and the Dirth 'i Dozen Partying, rumbles recon 
raids, throwing fruit at cars in the midstore parking lot, and douching tirsties were his strong 

Political Science 

"rack and pinion 

Pete passed right on up the ranks making trips to Maryland to see 

revitalized, white spray painted 75 Vega with the Porsche engine. 

steering", and broken hatch Pete was always one to speak his mind This got him into trouble a 

tew times over the years How about the Awards Assembly at that fancy yacht club ' In the fall 

of firstie year. Pete defied the law of isotopes and proved to everyone that yes, Econ Majors can 

go Nuke The best of luck to a great guy and don t forget the 3 magic words DIVE. DIVE. DIVE! 


Dwight Jenkins 


New York 




A funny thing happened to me on the way to the Naval Academy- I met Dw 
way of dealing with life was his trademark As a proletariat. Dwighfs first < 
flaming tirsties was a little tongue and cheek action with Prissy Cnssy After 


"iisical Science 

row rather than walk to the Weems Creek watering f 
high and in Syracuse he attained his goal- a silver rr 
As Dwtght looks toward the air that is in his future. I* 

t team After all. it made more sensi 
As in everything he does. Dwight am 
I in the National Rowing Championvi 



494 3rd Company 

William K. Lietzau 
Political Science 
Marine Corps 

Bill came to Navy from the quaint New England town of Sudbury. Mass. A class act from 1-d. 
Bill's career at USNA was marked by success and achievement Against all sound advice, 
sold himself short by 4 0-ing in Poli-Sci, but not before laboring through three years of "I 
Vlad" and a summer m Germany stranded on the way to Moscow A lion among men. bu 
mouse among women. Maddog never found the time tor those emotional entanglements a 
has yet to see the Hood College campus Respected as a peer leader by all, his lifestyle is b( 
characterized by one-liners such as "commitment to excellence", '"no compromise", and "s 
discipline * As company honor rep , however, his integrity was not so rigid as to preciL 
bending a little m order to dip into the chow packages of his classmates Nothing escaped 1 
sticky fingers of the every-hungry Leetz After some polishing up by his roommate second cli 
year. Bill assumed the conn of first batt and began the thankless job of playing scapegoat to 

A down to earth striper. Bill will be remembered mo 

t for his unwaivering commitment to God 

The cross on Bills ring is no meaningless emblem but 

s admittedly the symbol of everything he 

lives for A super guy in all respects. Bills dedication a 

nd hghthearted style will carry him a long 

way Best of luck Leetz! See you in the Senate! 

James E. McKinley, Jr. 



Physical Science 

Marine Air 


1 met Jim on a ship, or should 1 say in a crew shell? We both spent many hours getting familiar 

with the Severn River, The Hour ot Power, the shell, th 

e catch, and maybe even a bit too familiar 

with the seat and the oars It was during crew seas 

on that we found we had a few things in 

common We both liked women and drinking, and we 

ure didn't see much of either on the crew 

team Besides, rowing was literally a pain m the a- 

- So after two years of rowing we were 

persuaded to get into a new sport (how much persua 

on did we really need ? ) Cheerleading was 

the perfect sport lor Jim, he always wanted to have 

n audience Plus what other sport allows 

excessive drinking in season? As tor the women, Jim 

could flirt with all the girls on the team as 

well as all the opposing team s girls The best part o 

being on the squad though was the road 

trips How about those road trips' Oh yeahi' Of co 

urse. there was the Boston College game 

where Jim got Commode hugging drunk or more rec 

ently, the Arkansas game comes to mind 

How about that bath tub? There's no problem though 

Jim drinks, he gets drunk, and falls down 

No problem Yet in the past two years 1 still dont kno 

N What Jim likes most about cheerleading 

One thing IS for sure-he's got a permanent grin that runs from ear to ear Oh well, you know what 

they say, he who grins, sins' " Jims obviously getting more than his share 1 can't really abuse 

Jim too much about cheerleading because I'm descri 

3ing myself to a tee. We get enough abuse 

from everyone else anyway 

1 would like to say that people like Jim are what thi 

college A close friend who you know will always be in 

touch. Thanks for all the good times Jim 

; father's footsteps. 

Bruce E Kiddoo 



Computer Science 

Navy Air 


Bruce joined us here at the Severn River Boat School following i 
computers jock, he trudged through academics with the gouge and around a 3 You might say 
that he s just a chip off the old taco His curly hair, much shorter than the alro which he wore 
during his time in the San Fernendo Valley, always had that "just cut last night' look Kid was 
not very at home with the women, so he spent most of Youngster year carousing with the 
Modesters Then he met Corny and we thought that we would never see him again on the 
weekends That flame died and a fire started at home during second class Christmas, only to be 
doused by a Maryland girl in the spring 

After 3 years of saying that he was going to be a west coast sailor. Kid finally saw the light and 
with his good insight wiH be joining the ranks of those who roam the open skies We. from the 
Thirsty Third, wish him well as oft he goes, into the wild blue yonder 

Darryl D Lakins 
New Jersey 
General Engineering 
Surface Line 

:ame to USNA fr 


NAPS It only took him a lew weeks to 
added an interesting dimension to Plebe 
e" to Third Company and Darryl was a 
"morgue " shared quite a few fascinating 

Four years of Engir 

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Daniel J. Molthen 
Physical Science 
Navy Air 

One of the dynamic duo Irom Northern California, He came to USNA alter a year stmt at Naps 
After cruising through a typical plebe year. Dan found youngster year a challenge as to were and 
when to go over the wall and how not to get caught You could say he enjoyed Itrst class as a 
youngster, since he would not see his first class year until February '83 Youngster year also 
joined the second half of the dynamic duo and F 2 together with Dan m the same room, which 
was almost the beginning of the end Second class year hit Dan in the face like a ton of bricks At 
four weekers with a whopping 8 qpr and a 4000 offense, it seemed all over for our happy go 
lucky Mid Twelve weekers brought better grades and a class A ' Smoke and army dont mix. 
do they Dan' Needless to say. the dynamic duo spent much time together m the ensuing 
months, becoming regulars at the Early Morning Breakfast Club ' and learned every ones name 
and face At graduation "82, room 1032 produced two second class and a brigade commander 
Physical science was good to Dan m his somewhat first class year His grades skyrocked. 
tailgators flourished, strange parties emerged, and third co fieldball awed opponents under 
Dans coaching Even though, at times. Dan seemed to be out of control and off the wall, he 
could be heard wandering around the halls of Bancroft saying, Tve got everything under 

William R. Mysinger 

Green Forest 

General Engineering 
Navy Air 
Chicken George 

No one ever really knew where BpII came from Rumor has it he was from Arkansas, but we 
knew he was just from somewhere out there tn "Chicken-land " Bill eventually made it through 
Plebe PEP" despite numerous bodity ailments around 0545 every morning 

Youngster year found George out m town ripping down and re-building houses for the Wy's 
and not just on weekends, either But the money was good, topping the Navy's 100 per. so Bill 

Second Class year. Chicken 
iech-E courses The combina 
scapades proved George to I 

deep into Systems Engmeem 
lation of entrophy, the Rankine cycle, ar 
) be the ultimate thermo veggie So, Bili 
his mark in the Emporium parking lot-at 
hought he might be a submariner tor a 

red Pinto 

First Class year, the OPS BOSS oc 
that the fiancee hadn't escaped He 
were perfected almost to the point of being believable G' 
true chicken wmgs, hopefully at Pensacola with his ham ; 


Silopanna Road every 

Gregory P. Olson 



Aerospace Engineering 

Naval Flight Officer 


Greg IS a truly remarkable person Where would you expect to find an Aero major v 
cum during study hour' Either in some hole m the library or at least hard at work in I 
right ' Wrong! Greg used study hours to roam from room to room and engage in one 
less conversation after another Thus, the phrase 'Olsontzing " was coined and becami 
throughout the Brigade "Has your room been olsonized yet' " was a common questn 
study hour Though Greg's face was not always a welcome sight to the classmate who v 
study, when someone was lost on a problem, he ran to Greg The kind of guy who can I 
appendix tor an exam but still ;ice it by deriving the formulas. Greg never hesitated t 
work aside and help his less fortunate, non-genius classmates Yes, Greg was a sharp or 
didn't make it through USNA on brilliance alone Greg was a worker, highly r 
us He was the kind of guy who would do a good job just for the sake of 'doing it r 
spent his afternoons wrestling other Mids and many a night wrestling the Aero-I, 
remarkable mid. He could never really relax long enough to be a mid Greg's hard-no; 
will carry him far Good luck Greg See you on the Space Shuttle 

Jay T, Pandya 
Ocean Engineering 
Navy Air 

Most of Jay's problems centered around studying and sleeping He never was truly comfor ■ 
able at the Naval Academy with regard to these daily compulsions Nevertheless, he *s.« 
motivated to take advantage of the many opportunities within reach including instructor qu.ii<< 
cation at Marine Mountain Warfare school, airborne wings, scuba qualification, ground school 
and VTNA flight training 

Coming to the Academy as a respectable AAU swimmer, he became disillusioned with swim 
ming after plebe year in favor of more exciting waterpolo and fencing Stars were not too 
difficult for Jay to earn plebe year but academics really began to challenge him as an upperclass 
man First Class year saw Jay determined to make it through Ocean Engineering He put miles 
on his new Turbo Spider 2000 and enjoyed his favorite pastimes, windsurfing, rochclimbing. 
skiing, traveling and meeting as many pretty girls as possible Perhaps, someday he will find the 
right one What more can we say' Jay will definitely sleep better now that it is finally over Good 

^^Jfsicai Science 
Marine Corps 



496 3rd Company 


A. Edward V Powell II 



Applied Science 

Navy Air 


Edward came to Mother 6" (rem Miami, Florida, representing the purest form of the All- 
American boy He originally thought he was going to Pensacda, but his orders got fouled up and 
he was assigned temporary duty at USNA He applied his managerial skills early as Asststant 
Procurement Oflicer in charge ol doing cost benefit analysis on the mattresses at USNA 
Edward could be found studying late tnto the night, for during study hour he was maxtmiztng the 
benefits of his billet Edward always seemed to be busy with some sort of duties during study 


were there and Edward was sort of there Ed had to make sure 
limited his reading to one chapter a week But even tn his busy schedule he found lime to stay m 
training Youngster year found him bicycling through town daily Second class year came and all 
he needed was running shoes Good thing he had a car first class year-Lanham is a long walk 
When the weekends came he was ready with his Tony Llama boots and Stetson hats, ready to 
me/monze even the youngest of babes First class year also brought VT-NA which was his real 
bread and butter Then again, anything that had to do with flymg was his bread and butter Yes. 
Navy Air rs his true love and come 1983. the Navy will be signing on a fine addition to any ready 

David A Radi 
Political Science 
Naval Intelligence 

Rods came (o USNA from \ 
heard from Dave plebe yeai 

ngdon. PA, via the "City of Champions ' Nothing much 
ept tales of being on the football meat" squad A 
T ot him one night in Ocean City when he fell asleep on i 

stool with a lit cigar 
magnet Speaking ot! 
Noreico' Rods took li 

le Rods like iron shavings to a 
ie girl from Marymount needed to borrow your 
IS on how to appreciate real rock & roll and how to conduct oneself at 
rgotten that a parking lot is not the proper place to relieve oneself All 
seriousness aside. Dave s life centered around scoring on tests, the football field, and with 
people in higher places His professional attitude, high integrity, and philosophy on life were a 
big influence on everyone around him His natural role model personality led him to the billet of 
company commander As far as women were concerned, the Rods had one on his mind at all 
times, Kris "Radi ■ Looking forward to visiting you at the White House to discuss Soviet foreign 

John P. Reich 

Physical Science 

Marine Corps 

John rolled into the Naval Academy from Levittown, PA Although he was a recruited wrestler, 
we were unprepared for the career which developed before our eyes Johns wrestling career 
was highlighted by three Eastern Championships, tour trips to the National Tournament and 
placing 4th. 3rd. and 2nd in the nation John did much more than wrestle during his four years 
Any weeknight John could be found hard at work to complete his physical science major On the 
weekend John was never seen John maintained a dual identity during his four years On 
weekdays he was a mid. but when the weekend rolled round John became a Penn State 
resident After 3 3/4 years at the Academy John succombed 

We all wish John and Tracie the best of Luck The Marine Corps will be lucky to have John and 

Mark G. Schaefer 
New Mexico 
Mechanical Engineering 
Nuclear Power 

From the wasteland of Albuquerque. New Mexico. Mark came to the East coast for the first 
time on July 5th In outstanding shape, (an 8:05 miler). he breezed through pep all summer On 
the first day of class. Schaet was so professional that he earned around his MHP all mornmg to 

grade problems so he was happy with a 2 95 A member of the pep band. Mark wore his leather 
mexican hat while cheering on the Big Blue Skating through plebe and youngster year he stayed 
mostly out of trouble, but you won't see him arguing with a McDonalds manager, chewing out a 
company officer, or driving a Mercury Comet anymore Originally an aero major and future NFO. 
Mark bagged out to mech e Opting for an underwater cruise first class year, he found that he 
liked McKee's Navy, and consequently chose nuke power as his servic 
the future. Mark, and always remember. Run Silent. Run Deep 

. Best ot luck I 

3rd Company 497 

John T. Scruggs 




Surface Line 


Fighting off Mount St Hele 

ns and the 

am ol the Pacific Northwest John left Seattle 

or the 

Navy and USNA The team of ScfuHy. D J 

, and Fanch proved to be t 

00 much lor the class of '80 

to handle on l-Oay, and the 

room was d 

sbanded starling of) 4 ye 

ars of USNA e.perie 


Scruffy was originally a Systems Engine 

er. but when he became m 

erested in graduate 

work in 

foreign affairs, he switched 

to Econ After statics. Econ was a 

ned to 

wargaming and racking Hew 

as an exper 

in both fields Hewaspres 

dent of the Military Studies 

Association and also received 

the Depart 

Tient of Energy Conservati 

3n award four years 


for never needing the overhead lights 

John had great influence on all his roommates Their primary duty 

was to shake his arn 

n twice 

a weeK in order to keep his 


watch running Seriously. 

though, most of his 


mates are doing quite well 

at other 

universities It seems that 

only the Supe appr 


Prof Scruggs talents After a 

bout with th 

e admiral. Scruffy settled on Surface Line and a 


to his beloved west coast Vt 

future holds, may the be 

St of luck come your way 


Chuck Shipper 





Chuck started out his career at USNA with a bang. The first time out. parent's weekend, he 
came back to the hall with a pair of mirror sunglasses in quite the overbearing stale of mind He 
was accused ol being a drug addict II was all uphill from there Chuck didn't take much lime to 
show all ol us his love tor the easy life 

Yes. when Chuck got drinking he transformed his 5 foot 8 inch frame into thai of a 
professional wrestler He would lake on any or all comers with or without their consent and 
without any relative conception of their size or strength There was never a dull moment plebe 
year How many pieces of fruit are still stuck to firsties's cars? Better yet. how many upperclass 
regret going to Nimitz because they got nailed with a bucket of water on the way back 

Weekends quickly became a steady flow of liquid carbohydrates, whether it was practicing the 
tower lump after taps Saturday night, or just making casual visits to the porcelain God. the dirty 

right Chuck' Don't worry though, the captain never 
Yes. Chuck IS definitely an example of leadership by 
a bar Bancroft Hall has seen its share ol empty beer 
willing, the Navy will have one hot back sealer The b 

lOt turning radius Plenty ol room. 

Iity Anyone would follow him into 
nd if the bars in Pensacola are as 
ck to you Chuck, and Godspeed 

l^ichael B Stanton 
Mechanical Engineering 
Surface Warfare 

It anyone best characterizes the charisma and vitality of Boston, it is Mike Stanton This Insh- 
Catholic prep came to USNA from the land ol boxers and brought with him the competitiveness 
and enthusiasm that were characteristic ol his efforts at Navy Whether in the classroom, in 
Nimilz. in Bancroft or on Dewey, hard work was a way ol lile with Mike Son of Bond, brother ol 
Marvin, and lather of Gouge. Stats was the Mech E wizard that was always ready to help out the 

> opinion. Mike could always be counted on to tell you 
ird to describe Mike, that word is "intense" No matter 
max Whether the Surface Navy will be belter or worse 

be hearing about you 

Lisa A Thompson 



General Engineering 

Navy Air 


Who IS faster than a speeding bullet, more powerlul than 3 locomotive, and only 60 inches 
tall ' Lisa Thompson, the supermunchkin ol third company They recruited her for basketball but 
she was too short to even sit on the bench' Plebe year. Lisa was involved in many extra- 
curricular activities now who was that person that kept you so busy' It looked like wedding 
bells lor a while but second class summer look care ol that Lisa always did have a weak spot lor 
fly boy LT S -actually, any type of Lt How about youngster cruise 

Second class summer really brought out the best in Lisa dancing on tables at Quanlico 
breaking up lights at the Mar Bar. and surviving the pool party at Oceana Yes. we did have some 
tun several limes Second class year Lisa practiced her driving skills in the Buick Regal Her 
parents have no idea how many road trips that car has seen 

First class summer was the road trip to beat all road trips, to L A and back The punk glasses 
really added something Lisa linally got her RX-7 and the roads will never be safe again We've all 
made it to lirst class year and we've all grown up. bul Lisa still buys her clothes m the children's 
department She has always been great with short )okes Lisa's tall enough to fly and that's all 
that matters She s headed to P Cola and nothing will hold her back Lisa, you ve been the lriet>d 
we've always needed Thanks Love. Barb and Spike 



k.Vii Flight Olfic 

498 3rd Company 


Michael C. Wallace 



Mechanical Engineering 

Naval Flight Officer 


To the guys. 

The friendships we've built and the great t 
have made it all worthwhile Take care and 

Mark A. Wilson 



Political Science 



Mark, better known to his friends as Moon, arrived at USNA on 
more nervous than he'd ever been m his life and wondering what h; 
down a scholarship to USC It didn't take him very long to sett 
establish a charter membership in the thirsty third "morgue" 

During his four year stay. Mark surpassed academic standari 
earning the description as a "walking TV Guide" He did have a run 
youngster year which kept the Moon behind the clouds for a whil. 
soon had the dogs howling in the cemetery and the graintields A f 
ship permanently satisfied his craving tor Mexican food, and he w£ 
he would never complain about the US Navy again Mark is leaving 
years of faithful courtship) and high hopes of future happiness 

1 Dad, Thanks for your 

1 heard to promis 


j in two Ihtngs ' 

ig and partying Which one were you 
vhen he taught our plebe summer 
e really saw what Willy was made of 
was receiving temperance lectures 

William F. Traub 


New Jersey 

Marine Engineering 



Willy came to the Academy well ver 
recruited tor anyway His skill in sailing became ev 
instructor how it was done, but it wasn't until ac-year 
He (ell tn with the wrong crowd and after only three 
from J" with the rest of the dirty half do/en In an effort lo clean up his act. Willy look to 
becoming familiar with the MHP on Sunday morntngswish he would have cleaned that up 

He also helped his roommates out by unclogging the sink with a shoe horn after a Saturday 
night binge As an upperclass Travoob seemed to learn his lesson and became fairly successful 
hiding his partying Well then again he didnt do such a great job at Army youngster year That 

anything lest you have control o( yourself Enough of the dirt though, since Willys sailing 
prowess deserves equal time He came here with more trophies than you can shake a stick at 
and IS stilt setting them as a skipper of the class "A" yacht 

Over the years Willy has been a great friend and has supported everybody in their limes of 
need After two and a half years as roommates I know this more Ihan anyone Having already 
made his service selection m October. Willy is looking forward lo plenty of time under water 
rather than 

surface. Better have those kids before i 

Lawrence W. Vonier 



General Engineer 

Surface Warfare 


Larry was a quiet boy fron 

By youngster year an amazing ' 
was all our doing or if the fact that 
way, Larry-Brah's days of quietn 

fter a year at NAPS He didnt really 
in all the possible pictures and done 
n group of funloving drinkers came 
ripate m our drunken conversations 
surprising since he habitually turns 

stormation began taking place We haven't decided if it 

less were over The pendulum was swinging the other way 
; with the moon monsters or passing out with his eyes open 
boy had changed Changed yes. but not in every way He still 
urpassed only by a turtle m slowness Take, for example, the 
getting his loan 

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500 3rrl Company 




Richard A Boggs 
North Carolina 
Physical Science 
Surface Line 
The Bogg 

Richard Boggs, The Boss, was an Army t 
Navy It was either that or he decided to 
relatively low profile while he has been at 
rack It wasn't until second class that Ric 

constant companion, Tigger Tigger is a bi 



undergoing b 

. Rich I- 

Jd at least a little class to his life Rich has kept a 
? Academy, spending most of his time mated to his 

ant by "Thanks for the gift" Then there is Rich's 
if a tomboy-she loves to play football and baseball 

youngster yeai 
(much to the 

i found time to be a track gimp for three years and holds the record 
manager He was also a member of the D&R during plebe and 
get "extra " weekends away from Mother B). a member of the MSA 
tf several DMs), and even attempted to play bridge {we pity his 
I Rich spent his last summer at USNA in Hawaii (by luck) on cruise and also terrorized 
es during detail Rich has also found time to be a good friend and roommate We will 
T even though he could use some taste in his choice of music Rich leaves the Academy 
surface liner Good luck and fair swimming'.! 

John T, Canny 
General Engineering 
Navy Air 
Geddy Lee 

John Canny was born to a poor weightlifting family in Washington Raised on powdered 
protein and raw meat, John came to the Academy to play football Leaving the varsity team, 

do a little head butting and huckmg on 
jastime However, many an evening he 
little Rush or Black Sabbath 
■ powder became known Road tripping 

?nd the Bogg. John li 
sics was by far his ta 
; room mellowing ol 
ar that Geddy s real 

I place in Flori 

where they say ^ 

Joseph S. Baehr 



Systems Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


Joe Baehr, our man from Centerville. will be known forever to the boys in the 4th as the most 
contused man ever to walk through the gates of USNA. To this day he can't tell the ditference 
between celery tonic and beer He could never figure out why celery tonic blurred his vision For 
awhile, he thought that his eyeglass prescription was wrong and believing that Bancroft Medical 
Eye Clinic was located m Sanlee Basin, he often dropped off his glasses for repair 

Each tall. Jose' Beer would treat the boys in Four to the frutts of hts annual pilgrimage back to 
his Ohio pumpkin patch. (We never knew they made Pumpkin Piz2a to 
confused into beliving that Submarine life was the best, so well see him tn thi 
0-0-0-G-H-A. A-A-H-0-O-O-G-H-A!! 

An M. Bai 

St. Louis 





July 1979 He Mew in from St 
i taste of acid Rolling Stones, 

Second class year brought trouble with the thing next door The t 
First class year will definitely be a year to remember for An His br 

goes Art. to his little Hoodcyde I heard him talking u 
Hoodcycle yum " Hoodsville sure must have its 

used his share of unlimited weekends' He will go 
unlimited weekends and that includes duty! 

Mr Bai is an ■An" of all trades From Hoodsville t 
you F-14"! Hey An. its MILLER TIME! 

1 and there 
3 one night. "Hoodcycle yum 
sweets Ever wonder whether An 
history as the only mid to have 

; year without duty Good luck m 

4th Company 501 

oin the naval service He also t\ 

, whtch he proved by passing up the big six-stnper 

3uld serve the company 

t. one time in Colorado, he drank Scotch til Dawn 

;a isn't a good substitute for ice in Scotch) The 

Jeffrey S. Currer 

Des Plaines 


Systems Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


Jeftrey S is the third of three brothers to ] 
sense of duty and responsibility to his men 
position and taking just three so that he C' 

(And then he tried to drink Dawn!) (VodI 

Though most people dont know this. Jet 
guy we ever knew who could do a (orwai 
gymnastic career ended on the sottball lie 

Trading in perfect vision for $6,000 and ar 
his dreams of (light (or the ultimate deep ( 
Good luck in subs. Bubble, bubble 

Richard K. Davidson 
Virginia Beach 

Physical Science 
Marine Corps 

Dick came to the Naval Academy (rom sunny Virginia Beach w 
as many people as possible Needless to say. he was quite successful in this pursuit D 
known throughout the hall for his pleasant personality and delightful demeanor, from ^ 
discouraging word could always be heard For three years Rich was a omm-present f 
basketball court, only to abandon round ball his senior year and 
Batts Black Badness For four years Dick has taken care of the Bird, acting as mentor, maid, and 
generally being a real mother' When one pictures Dick as he existed at good ole USNA one 
sees him forever dribbling that ball, racking intensely, or raging out of control, but rarely at the 
books If there was a way to make the workload easier, quicker or to avoid it altogether, Dick 
night Dick sat me down and taught me all he knew As I recollect, it 

» purpose of abusing 

r of the F 

^ sayings were ' 

The one thing Dick loved the most, more than rac 
other people, from which his nickname was derived 
you dont have as long to stay" and "not only no. but 
said something nice, but he quickly corrected himself and took it back Yes. h 
without Dicks' daily dose of demeaning dialogue? The Marine Corps will never t 


/as insulting 
) back when 
slipped and 

Frank Free III 
New Jersey 

Okie Free came to USNA with just two simple goals m mind to attend more Navy bask< 
games than his childhood hero. Chesty Puller, and to be named President o( the NAAAA (P 
Academy Athletic Apathy Association) Remember, you cant tell the players without a prog 

Frank Free was to fourth company what Oscar Madison was to the odd couple, which r 
him the leading candidate for company First Lieutenant His affinity for clean living was evi 

for the Marine Corps Marathon on two packs of cigarettes a day and three bottles of scol 

Fighting the typical r 

1 often be found cruising the Jerse. 

Robert A. Gambril! Ill 





Bobby G. 

On (hat memorable day m July. Bob left the "Land ol Ahs ", Kansas that is. ar»d came li 
USNA He quickly showed himself to be a very motivated and professional pleber. so much si 
that his name became synonymous with Gunge" and "Stellar" Bob survived life wilh J<n 
Sterrett, and come arounds with BertoJ He took out his frustralions from long days m t^ 
chem lab mixing up who knows what, on the poor unsuspecting defenses of other lieldtM 
teams, and in running the 0-course year round trying to break two mmules Bob never sang .. 
the shower, but his voice filled the chapel every Sunday Hood College even had the opportumt 
to hear Bob's voice on one memorable weekend And he It never forget Easter weekend in Ne« 
Orleans with Paul or the woolying of unsuspecting souls Bob never was at a loss for food will 
the weekly golfball boxes he received, and how could he gel by on S W? hours of sleep a day ■ 
beyond me Little did anyone know that Bob would aspire to (he heights of Ben Casey and try to 
med school Those long nights at Nimit/ are sure to pay oH in Bob's future in more ways Ih.ti 
one' Best o( luck. Zoom 


*!• Jersey 
f<*al Engines, 

502 4th Company 

David M. Hopkins 






Dave Grandpa" Hopkins, the grand old man of Phoamin' Phour since 2/C year, wandered 
into USNA from Salinas, California via ttie fleet Plebe year, Darth Rader and Jasbo tiad no eHect 
on Dave's veneer of California mellow Dave even took time out to serve at Cfiarlie's, 

Througfiout plebe and youngster year Dave found new ways to break regs, win friends, and 
influence people m higfier places Unfortunately, Hops efforts were not nearly so successful 
witti Actramids buddy. Captain K Davee karchergram was good lor at least 15 days of ttie 
early morning breakfast club, musters and inspection But. he can proudly boast that he has not 
yet been encarcerated for jay-walking or genocide But that's about it 

Dave was, how do we say, as faithful as old Ben. You could set your watch by Dave's sliding 
through the door at taps safe Studies what are they? Papers ,. lots ,,, all done the 

night before 

In short, the Hopper had a good time- 
to none that was Dave until - - - - Terry, 
months the wildman was D M E S T 1 C 
functions with one lady Submarines 
opportunities of wearing green 

Dave and his lovely bride enter the el 
two of the luckiest people in the world 


he grades, one more roundi" Swor 
rown-eyed brunette native Florida 
Beer bashes and wild women gave 
ths at sea were replaced by the 

wafare branch of the corps The b 

n to fun loyal 

Herbert A, Hundley 
New Jersey 
General Engineering 

Navy Air 

After a brief stop in Rhode Island, Herb arrived at Cam 
oar in the other Soon Herb found crew to much for h 
Before long he was an honorary member of Seventh Co 
problem for his best friends, but good times were h 
forgotten ) 

A platoon commander even during his own piebe summer. Herb worked his 
alion staff position by first class year But everyone always 
ccess at the Academy an 

Id traded it for the factory 
)n the mountain was a small 
Sab-A-Roo (That wont be 

Matthew E. Green 




Marine Corps 


Matt IS fourth company's "only" man He's the only r 
man to go to "disco " Dahlgren during his first class ye 
Park High School 1982 Senior Prom, and the only m 
Citi/ens Christmas Ball Additionally, he is the only man 

ne only man to attend the Severna 
I attend the Annapolis Area Senior 
1 Fourth Company claiming to have 

Matt Green's childhood dream was to grow up to be a short Mexican like his roommate 
From a long line of aviators, everyone always thought that Matt would end up a pilot 

especially since he and his copilot Ron Ness were often on Saturday nights, taking off and flying, 

without a plane but with ' 20-20 " vision 
Matt IS choosing the Marines as his service selection because Twenty-Nine Palms reminds him 


I cactus I 

Kenneth S Honeker 


New Jersey 

General Engineering 

Nuclear Power 

Hawk or Hock (in Jerseyan) 

One of the Turnpike boys. Hock brought 
could provide Who could forget those imn 
Tonyi' But this treatment was 
received custom designed sheets, mm 
he sent fruit baskets to his neighbors 

Ken always worked hard at his engi 

ring Department failed to notice I 

study in the field of "Pocket Rockets' 

\ that touch of class that only New Jersey 
ords uttered youngster year. Gel bent 
foes alone Hawk's lortunate roomates 
ion. and "Agent Orange " plant care while 

4th Company 503 


Gary J. Manley 

Marine Corps 
High Maiden Drifter 

Gary Manley. the High Maiden Drifter, deeply considered his brother's career at USAFA 
the Air Force and promptly decided to come to Navy As a plebe. Gary was the envy ol 
company as he perfected the Manley disappearing act — climaxed by Gary's being questio 

by one of our firsties as to whether he was actually in 4th Company This wouldn'* ' ' 

bad. if It wasn't that Mr Craig had only lived 

. the hall i 


I year and i 
borrow the newspaper Another one of the '80 grads who knew Gary intimately was Frosty 
McDaniel. who awoke one cold morning to face Gary, his bucket of snow and his cohorts. Hop 
and the Spic Gary also proved to be too illusive for the Admin Conduct System 

Youngster academics didn't phase Gary When in need of a formula or an answer 
utilized his own brand of PFM. Manley Math, to fabricate new equations and answers 
air that were always good for at least half credit He amazed his roommates with hi 
after bouts with the pad-monster, his love for his woman-machine — his '73 Torino and his 
unbelievable luck at any card game 

Through 3/c and 2/c years. Gary was the guardian of the "other " member of the Wolfpack. 
Oscar Homolka. until Oscar's demise during the summer ol '82 Yes. the same mind that 
allowed Oscar to die while he had fun m Hawaii also stuck his dog with the name of Stupid 

First Class year brings Gary into the world of Hoodtramid Whether or not his victim's 
roommates are present — NOTHING stands m the way of tt- 
leaves USNA to cruise m tanks m the Corps— GOOD LUCK! 

. exploits Gary 

Richard A Moore 






basketball, women, and lifting weights Rich excelled in the first passion with great pr 
The latter two lent to his philosophy on life "Don't go out with a girl you can't lift 

class During a session of a non-dead ritual, rumbling, he saved his roommate by 
upperclass qualify for VTNA without a plane How's your back Hank' Really' Step 

Another interesting thing about Rich was the number and variance of chit 
This was nearly equalled by his similar taste m women If she was old enough 
she was old enough to Rich will also be remembered for his "cadance" fi 

never did To this day he still thinks a column left is a political movement 
something you do to make taps 

We wish him the best of luck as he figures out a way to squeeze out of the 

argei. upper- 

Francis A. Morneau 
Las Vegas 
Special Operations 

Frank came to the Naval Academy after escaping from a prep school in Nogale S ( 
saw Frank go from company commander to letter winner in one felled swoop (black 
As the pack mellowed youngster year. Frank could usually be found at Pinchoft maku 
with a bottle of whiskey and his friends 

Second class year Frank invested in a piece of fiberglass complete with a state 
Blaupunkt playing his favorite music by Barry White. The Go-Gos. or Bach Frank , 
much of his spare time touring a certain part of New York he look a fancy to Frank r 
feelings toward the things he held dear-his family, his friends, and first batt football Hi 
any of them down Good luck Frank! 

John T Murray 



General Engineering 



Tommy came to USNA from the land where the waving wheat c»n sure snnell swe«t when the 
wind comes right behind the ram When we think of J T we think ol • man ol great luck In juil 
one semester, he got the greatest gouge prols (Wild Bill and the Rocket), a sun-rool installed 
free of charge in his convertible a highly sought alter position in the great Bancroll Medical |a«r- 
breaking experiment, and plenty of non chargeable weekends during which he couk) spend all ot 
his accumulated cribbage winnings 

John owes his high CUM lo his hard work and studying And he used his time etiicienlty loo' 
Who else can study and snore at the same time ' John was always so conlident ol his grades that 
ho spent all of most finals weeks catching up on the classics (everything Itom Shogun lo Done ol 
the Dune) 

John will probably be best remembered as the lounder ol the Fourth Company Forensic 
Society and the coiner of its motto. You're wrong! I don't care what you say' Don I contuse me 




*"»»>'! I 


I luck in F-18's Be I 

504 4th Company 


Thomas E 







The graduation o 

1 T Elliot 

Peterson p 

oves that 

ou can get through the Academy and still 

maintain an overly 


ic at 


oward life. 

Leaving his fa 

nily and friends in Florida. 

Elliott packec 

up h 

s frisbee 

and came to 


Never one to 1 

t academics interfere with 

his overall e 


on. Pete 


kly be 

came a hi 

story maior Pete' released his physical 

tensions by p« 


,31 g 

ace of 

two fisting 


sailing with the Captain and 

his all.girl ere 

w, or 

working out hi 

ripped up knee 

Miotfs constan 

search for adventure and 

his casual de 


3r will ser 

e hin 


n Pensacola after graduati 

on. or after a short stmt at 

Loyd E- Pyle 




Navy Air 


Lloyd E s story began when he drove through the academy gates in his white Eldorado with 
the Longhorns on the hood (complete with Citrus County plates ) 

Loyd always was a big hit with his girl Shan (eh, . or Sherry) probably because he was nearly 
as well equiped as his longtime friend and associate. Jimmy Grimnace 

Zilla, as he was known on the Gridiron, paced fourth company's football teams during his four 
year tenure But football was not his forte: ask anyone on the massive slopes of Stmktoot and 
they'll agree 'he's the best we've seen in these parts since Claudette Longet " Loyd, an 
outdoorsman and environmentalist since childhood, barely edged out Dewey to win the fourth 
company's Clean Air Act petition signing contest, otherwise known as the "fight tor life ' 

A one time nuclear power candidate, Loyd saw the light (which happened to be in a cccpit 
instead of a reactor) See you in Pensacola' (Don't you have relatives from that area?) 

Duane E Nestor 
Belte Fourche 
South Dakota 
Navy Air 

Undoubtedly, Dewey would make nearly everyone's list of top 10 favorite people Can't 
recall many an en|oyable evening sharing a chew with Dew. or just plain Poochin* wil 


)-gettef. How else c 

1 of Wardroom Club 

lor fresh air and the great outdoors. Dewey will forever be known as the 
crown(ed) prince of air pollution, a somewhat dubious distinction which has destroyed more 
ozone than Naval Academy Buses! (This guy voted for "Mexican Meal " for tailgators) 

One of the gungiest mids ever, Dewey frequented "Semper Ei" meetings m fresh first wmg 
haircuts, munching box lunches at the lectures, and saluting pictures oi 
Chesty Puller 

Roll them tanks. Duane' 

Stephen R. Olevnik 



Physical Science 

Navy Air 


When Steve's parents wo 
where the grass was kept s 

lew that the next four years would 
at the Annapolis 'Vacht Club with 
? enough, when he wasn't busy not 
$ ground in the corner o* the room 

woke him up during the dark hours at 0700 on 1-Day 1 
t so nice (the Naval Academy) he knew that the next 
be a struggle Steve's philosophy to get through four y* 
sanity intact became "lay low and don't get caught!" And 
getting caught, he was laying low — about two feet abovi 
called the Rack 

Steve s parents stopped answering the phone with hello while he was at the Academy-they'd 
iust say "yes, we accept the charges " That and going home every weekend was Steve's secret 
formula for graduation, as he settled into life as a scientist after teasing the AC boards for the 
first two years and never letting them get him 

The ever present spector ot grades, conduct, and some "terrific leadership" kept Steve at the 
Academy on Thanksgiving his second class year and the chance meeting of a very special 
person (beat Army!) changed his ways as he found out just what more free time could mean. Of 
course, some of that "free time" he had to create on his own with studying on a not to 

Steve's looking forward to seeing life from a different viewpoint in the future — the view from 
a cockpit of a fast plane in an endless blue sky! 

4th Company 505 

Gerald A Rivas 
Physical Science 
Supply Corps 

Ih his take green card, in (he trunk of a '64 Chebby. hoping t 
I the Severn But. he couldn't read the signs, walked past th 
wandered into Bancroft Hall finding himself part of the Pleb 

ng enough to attest to that fa 
Dort was when he accidentally contused the Offic 
Id yelled to him. Hey Gringo, Smtynine Tacos' 
. favorite Second Class PERSONS, Jerry hopes t 
MEEB Fight' (Can you imagine Rivas Loaf I 

Richard C. Rivera 

Ft Washington 
Political Science 
Nuclear Surface 

The Spic still had his 41 


/ing traumatically 

■ dege 

nerate mids Never one to just sit around, Roids' has participated i 
musicals, and the Glee Club His musical experience led him to man 
ding serenading the Maj and living it up m New York, New Orleans 
Spaz had his moments fetching snow, never understanding a good j 


One December. 

Joseph G Schoppy 
New Jersey 

Mechanical Engineering 
Nuclear Submarines 

Even though Joe began life at a disadvantage, in South Jersey, he never lost hope of a t>etter 
lifethe Naval Academy Going the Naps route as so many have before. Bird learned the 
principles that guide him today His philosophy includes. "It s only my third shower today and 
"Let the maid do it," and the ever popular. "Hey Rich, turn off the lights on your way out " 
Between Rack afternoons and Shoopy sauna's. Bird found time to participate on 7 brigade 
championship teams, with two more expected this year 

When he wasn't requesting long weekends as a youngster or dining out with Julia. Bird found 
time to deal with his classmates help, like the time helped me get fried for swearing at the 
AOOW His favorite response to any query was. "Whadda ya" kiddin me^"" Any brilliant revela- 
tion of the painfully obvious was greated equally by. "Youve got a good point there, on top of 
your head '" Joe always gave something of himself, usually for me to clean up After 3 12 years 
together. I'm getting time off for good behavior because the Bird is being kicked upstairs (from 
3-3 to 3-0) to become our fearless Baft Subcommander His only concern now is who is going to 
clean up after him Never one to let a good thing pass without grabbing it (providing it was within 
reach). Joe has committed (a very good choice of words) himself to the silent service that 
glows-nuke subs So. $2,400 richer and with his Julia by his side. Joe bubbleheads into the 


. good luck and good riddance 

Edward T Sullivan 
Silver Spring 
Applied Science 
Navy Air 

Ted had already been accepted to Duke when he (ound out that his umbilical cord would only 
reach as far as Annapolis 

Next to John Neeb. no one has fed as many fourth company mids as Mrs Sullivan, and The 
Hotel Sullivan was the staging ground for many a fourth company movement order 

Ted was a terrific guy and a friend to alt He was such a nice guy that even he took advantage 
ol himself and he spent many a weekend standing his own duty 

Ted was such an understanding guy too. he was always able to see all six sides of the situation 
accounting experience Ted is one of few midshipmen to have 
r to graduation from H4R Block because he fits into their personnel profiles 




E I proudly led Fourth Company oi 
queery. "Hey. did this guy have I 
Good luck in F 14's' (Do they mal 

f he fits into the 

lo the parade field where many a P-rade ludge » 
s pre-com today or what?" 
• square cockpits*) 



'^'¥,1)10 So 

506 4th Company 

Stephen C. Trainor 
New York 
Political Science 
Navy Air 
Stephen C. 

Steve came lo USNA from the thriving 
Justice, and the American Way, and bending 
buildings in Herkimer) I mean this guy was s-o-c 

Steve was always a real ■one girl" man-{one for Friday, 

for a brother-in-law-(Ya' gotta watch who you bring hon 

Steve (fi^cTramor) wouldn't want this to get around, i 

USNA was because Ara Parsiegian retired Although we dc 

Stephen C . he never could help South Bend-ing the truth 

New York, wielding Truth, 
ands {They don't have tall 
ven his alligators squeaked 

for Saturday, 
red That's wh 

Go get em, you Irish Tomcat, you! 

Charles E. Voigtsberger 




Navy Air 

HEIGHT Negligible WEIGHT About right for height SEX Occasionally HIPS Negligible WAIST 
Negligible CHEST None TURN-ONS: Protramid, plebe indotnnation system, wine and cheese 
hot tub parties, roller skating in Venice. California, academic summery sheets. Proposition 13. 
Valley girls, avocado salad, pita bread, Jane Fonda TURN-OFFS Uptight people. Republicans, 
proposition 13 (he's ambiguous on this issue), war, peace (he's ambiguous on this issue, too) 
FAVORITE BOOKS Malibu Beach on Fourteen Dollars a Day, I^HP, A Message To Garcia 
HOBBIES Surfing, do-it yourself lobotomies, volleyball, lighting bonfires, putting out bonfires 
(guess what ) FAVORITE MOVIES Annapolis-The First Year. CNO Sitrep Series, Fast Times At 
Buena High. Old Spice Commercials GOALS IN LIFE To be father of the solar powered Navy 
{"Like it burns clean, man") to have a private audience with Cindy E eating pudding, to model 
midshipman uniforms for G Q 

Michael W. Thurman 




Special Warfare 


Mike came to Ihe Naval Academy 

with all the 

enthusiasm of a 

fixed cat His life was in 

shambles until he met up with his first 

riendThe Bogg They became 

as one. and together they 

loined the YP Squadron in hopes ol co 

mmand at se 

Alter running aground, their visions ol YP 

Commodore guickly faded Mike me 

several new 

Iriends w.lh hi 

purchase ol a new Sony 

Trinitron But. he ate them 

Between Pepsi and Haagen Daaz. 

Mike stayed healthy enough 

to row Varsity Crew and 

squeeze in an occasional trip to Akron 

Best of luck 

always with the 

SEAL team, wherever your 

duties may take you 

Vance S Tisdale 




Nuclear Submarines 

straight from the Cougar Bar in dc 

wntown P-cola, our boy Tiz 

raded m his Tomcat lor a 

Sturgeon and a valuable career in the nuclear Nav 


But It wasn 1 all a bed of roses for V 

nee Tisdale. 

e long weekends catching 

up on homework and pumping iron ■ 


he added responsibility of spending all that 

hard earned 3-striper, -P-rape judge' 

liberty really 

put the strain on his grades If not for the 

great sacrifice of time Tiz put in as head |udge. to 

day he might b 

a Rhodes scholar 

Regardless of how strapped for time 

he really was 

some time lor relaxing The oldest e 

manent floating "- = " ' 

criugaineiri Da.i...u.. w... 

be legend for years to come And he 

liked to drink beer. too. on 

special occasions (like his 

birthday) Just ask F M Watts ankle 

Lots of luck to you and Kori Glub. 

glub . 

4th Company 50^ 

Frank M. Watt. Ill 




Supply Corps 


idicate thai one Frank 
w.th the class o( 1983. bul no other substantiating 
played Navy Football, but 


Bud Edney as a Midshipman? 

4th Company 509 

Darren L. Anderson 



Marine Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


The summer prior lo his entrance to U S N A found Darren Anderson in southern Canada and 
northern Minnesota leading eager boy scouts on canoe trips into the wilderness He would often 
travel alt day. by foot or canoe, through all weather, only stopping to eat occasionally His hair 
grew long and his beard ragged- a true modern mountainman 

A strange transition began on 6 July 1979, one that was not completed until service selection 
This man who craved the outdoors, open fires, fresh air, and privacy chose nuclear submarines 
This decision did not take those of us in Fighting Five by total surprise We first began to suspect 
something when this experienced trailguide. who slept for months in the open air. could not 
sleep with the window open By and large, his company-mates were baffled as lo why Darren 
chose to deny the open fields of the U S M C and the open seas ol the surface fleet to relish m 
the neutrons of 20,000 Leagues under the Sea 

On the serious side, we will all miss Darren's pipe (cough), his gouge, and his ability to figure 
out fluids problems that boggled us all But most of ail. we will miss Darren Good luck. God 

David M. Bllesner 




Marine Corps 


He came to us in an indirect route, via Tulane and then Western Washington University Dav. 
IS a man who will settle for nothing less than what he wants and he wanted USNA, His wide am 
varied background, from university student, to construction worker, to midshipman often led li 
deep and unique insights as a tirstie, upon which many of us came to depend This expenenci 
also placed Dave m the special role of father figure (of course his gray hair may have been ; 
factor) The same determination that brought Dave to USNA, despite the rr 
instilled in him the deepest possible convictions and ideas, combined with an impecc 
integrity Daves Idealism was often challenged, and we could always find him at the heart o 
latest company controversy- all those calculators adrift just did not "add " up But to those 

can earn a B and receive a D) If this "Luck " does not overcome Dave, we expect to hear c 
resounding exploits m his beloved Marine Corps Artillery 


John F, Cerasuolo 


New York 

Political Science/Economics 

Nuclear Surface 


Johnny, the Snoz. Cerasuolo. affectionately known as J C . relatively in 
Mother B through youngster year, burst into the limelight with his stellar steam studies 
wires wizardry Not too shabby for an Econ and Poly Sci QPR high double major Johnny 
with a much more sedate crowd third class year and was never fried for being duicmoc 
After being beaten with a drumstick at the Hall and Gates concert by a wild band ol 
Damies 2/c year, Johnny was determined to dominate woman Debbie and Jennifer wei 
at his will He IS now known to frequent the Pleasure Chest The 2/c cruise proved J C 


His last two years here are best remembered for road trips to JMU, attempted road trips back 
from Notre Dame in a four man Fiat, skiing trips to Pennsylvania, Lax broadcasts in the wind and 
ram (care for a beer 'Dant?), broken collar bones, and scuba diving m the Keys 1/c year 
brought us out to San Francisco, North Lake Tahoe, and Yosemite but Johnny s checkbook 
brought him back to Massapequa (where?) First class year should prove to t>e even more 
exciting once J C gets his nuclear power bonus Favorite saying "That's a max mega bulu being 
fried ASAP OBSTCR by the BOOW for dragging your grease hose through First Regimental Side 
Smoke hall at 19 15 CMDT midnins't regs niner tack. Charlie 

Bob Clyborne 




Nuclear Power 


A firm believer in the Vikings and the North Stars. Rac left Gods gift to mankind, tf>« boundary 
waters, to educate the rest of the world This gentle Yak herdsman from the land of the 
towheads made a great impression on his plebe summer squad leader who never grew tired o( 
calling his name With academics taking up about an hour each semester Rip Van Clyborne was 
able to maintain his position as captain of the Varsity Rack team 

When awake, however, Rac was a bundle of fun as his flaming curls burnt a place m the hearts 
of many a young lady, with a little help from the infamous lowbird, ol course Now Ihat his future 
IS linked with Ihat ol excited atoms, his Iriends will best remember him by his exploits at the 
Naval Station Enough said 





"i'le Corps 


510 6th Company 


James W. Doyle 




Navy Air 


It would take volumes tc 
country in Massachusetts i 
years, olten spending one 1 

all of the adventures of Jim Doyle sinci 

) Annapolis Jim studied hard throughoi 

rs a week on homework One of the Pinheads favorite 

seen strolling B-0 in Marine Corps green, keeping the boys in line As 

Its of Marymount or on a D + D trip into Fran ODoyles. Jim was never 

/vn He was christened "P-Head" by a confused Italian woman who 

k his head for a tropical truit at Army/Navy 81 

would always make the most of any situation P-Head and the rest of the six often en|oyed 
livities at Checkpoint Charlie, where the Tuborg Light never seemed to go out and the 
/ had to go out on Fridays When Smoke Hall needed a new leader. P-head was highly 
I by a "loyal classmate." his company officer, and even the Commandant of 
> assume this position After a successful three year tour in 32. Jim was so well 
liked that it was felt that another company should also benefit from his fine example Fifth 
Company became Jims new home and soon things were back to normal again Above all. Jim 
was a man you could count on at all costs No doubt he will recover from those knife wounds in 


George DuPont. 




Marine Corps 



Joseph M. Cooney 

Political Science 
Surface Line 

Joe started his lite at USNA as a hard worker with a strong determination to become a U S 
Naval Officer He struggled through plebe year academics and like so many of us managed to 
just keep his head above water 

It was at the beginning of youngster year that Joe realized his decision to come to Canoe U 
was a good one For at this time Joe met the girl of his dreams at Disco Dahlgren It must have 
been true love or else Joe wouldn't have put up with Bob. Tnsh. Mother Crabit/. Grandma, Aunt 
Gertrude, Aynur, or the host of characters in Joe and Michelle's life which make rooming with 

Joes (avonte ECA has been counseling classmates who either couldn't jump off towers or 
jump out of sinking relationships Were all proud of Joe and we know he'll make a fine SWO aru) 
that he'll be happy living wherever Michelle tells him to 

Bruce F. Dammeier 



Ocean Engineering 

Civil Engineering Corps 


I thts "revolving c 

eight w» 

K many times can a 

tinge of bad taste 

j eye surgery allowed h 


5th Company 51 1 

Patrick E. Ellis 



General Engineering 

Navy Air 


Pat IS a very unique person. He is very 
roommate, not very squared as an academi 
respected throughout the FiMh Company a; 
leader, and company commander i 
makes the smk brown from his tobacco habit 

Academically. Pat loves the gouge and would 
them Women are Pafs real problem though He 
very own I'm sure he will one day though 

One other quality sets Pat apart trom the rest 

d away as a leader, squared away as a 
and apparently a square to women! He is 
nber of the Bram Trust, as a good squad 

His favorite sayings are "Get a job" and 
about the night at the ballgame By the way, did you ever get 
member the football game against Patches? Those were the 
ve lived up to its name Pat made sure ol that- 

Sean M. Freeman 

St. Joseph 

Marine Corps 

Jeffrey L. Frye 



Resourse Management 

Surface Warfare 

Jean Claude 

Jeft wandered to USNA from Elizabethtown. Ky and the academy has never been the same 
Whether or not he was navigating the banks of the Severn or navigating the slopes o( Wildcat in 

New Hampshire, JeM was always the first to admit that he was lost 

Jeff could never decide if he was really academically inclined or not Occasionalty he would get 
a strange light in his eyes and disappear for several months Then he would show up the night 
before finals and want to play D&D When not occupying himself with the former pursuits. JeH 
uid dynamics. His paper on fluid flow from a bottle is still studied tn 

the gas mileage and \ 

David J. W. Gwilliam 

East Hartford 


Political Science 



Well, what cjn be sjid about one of the most wild ruckusing partierson the East Coast' Dave 
came to USNA from Connecticut with a sense of duly lo God. Country, and Jim Morrison Dave 
IS a die hard tan of the f«^anila Folders, and speaking of baseball. Dave sure loves those dugouts 
Remember youngster year at Army or do you? 

One thing that stands out in his career at Navy is his relationship with Tnsh Dave and Trish 
have been inseparable since youngster year Don't get the wrong impression though because 
Dave IS not tied down ti 

Jacques Cousleau i 

always be remembered through his memorial study desk at 
savage" behavior The Mid store will also miss Dave as their 

t be the same without him Gwills. we all wish you good luck in (he 

sends his regards 


Brian LLaRo 
Political $cief 
Navy Air 



Timothy A. Jewell 




Navy Air 


TJ hails from West Point. N 
despite his being an Army 
continuing crusade to reforrr 
Oscar was nnoved 

/York, and si 
at Upon his 
ne Brigade's 


i field. 

Dniy do minimal damage to the 
; shocking personal cleanliness 
;a colleges during free time or 
t to volunteer to watch th( 

;d out or company as a Firstie 
company's room inspection average Famous for mo 
Carlton was often found gainfully employed at some 
weekends Generous by nature, Carlton would always 
and keep away the undesirables at Sorority parties 

Tim owned a red Oldsmobile which served him faithfully for his four years as a Midshipman 
Tim's Taxi was famous throughout the Brigade, parts of Philadelphia (mostly sidewalks), a 
still a favorite topic of conversation at a MacDonalds in College Park Although there ' 
several eye-witnesses, Oldsmobile still claims that their cars can't do that 

TJ will be rolling into the fleet, pursued by the bees and several of his fans from Hood he; 
for a jet somewhere We wish him luck and know that wherever he may end up, things will n 
be the same again Good luck, Tim, 

Brian L, LaRoche 
Political Science 
Navy Air 

Brian was commonly referred to as "Roach " or Chef arriving at the Boat School aft 
inspiring, if alcoholic year at NAPS Unfortunately, it wasn't 1933 and he wasn't graduating 

the German Naval Academy Nevertheless, he preached Mem Kampf ' * — ' '--' 

made Adolf Hitler the inspecting officer during many a study '^'^"'- ^*'"" 

t 2 year 

T Engir 

md changed majors 
Tings including an ir 

5 though, he saw 


ig, his 

belong in Dahlgren-(Chester you 
Drunk DJs at 2 am were not cutting 

islike of plebes. and an amnity for 
why 16 year old girls 

r P-cola. that's Roach Check your six for 
Afomen-'just grab them by the ears and 

Joseph C, Harding. Jr. 




Nuclear Power 

Mikes Roommate 

Joe descended to USNA from the small Ca 
Summer, he quickly won himself a place in the h 
sayings as Vic, weren't you supposed to bring t 

i not get the t 

During piebe 
iarts of hts classmates with such famous naval 
ie muster board this time'"' Undaunted. Jo«. 
back to meet the challenge of Academic Year 
r end of the resulting collision as M took some 
-dom after sporting a 1 26 QPR at the 1 2-weeK 

settled into a nice, cozy history major Although his grades are not outstanding now by any 
stretch of the imagination, they were apparently good enough for Admiral McKee and upon 
graduation, (knock wood) he will be attending Nuke school vice Pensacola as was originally 
planned Always the one tor lively dinner conversation, Joe will be welcome m almost any 
wardroom Pride runs deepM 

Brian E. Hinkley 



Resources Management 
Naval Flight Officer 

Brian E Hinkley came to us from the thriving megalopolis of Conyers. Ga , "Home of the 
Chinese Restaurant, Lucas' Ranchhouse and a part of the past that lives today ' A man of 
limited experience when he arrived, and shy by nature, Hinks quickly learned the ways of his 
norlhern counterparts Snow angels in the yard and beach balls i 
his new friends Hinks was quick to display his artistic talents afte 
the sheet posters he created never made it off his bed Hmks was also noted for knowing a menu 
at all times-even if it was the same one 

Brian settled down youngster year and worked at developing the true Savannah Banana 
image Although a management major he concentrated his studies m Far East relations 
Countries of particular interest were Korea, India, Japan, and the Philhpines Extra curncular 
interests included attempted land speed records m small foreign cars A ma)or setback occured 
2/c year, namely a brick wall (Happy anniversary Mr and Mrs Hinkley) And who could ever 
forget 2/c Army Navy (except tor Hinks and his friend Lt J Daniels) Hinks got a lot out of 
Actramid/Protramid (especially New London, right Joe') 

Brian also proved himself an avid ski fan The weekend would have been perfect if Denise 
hadn't lost the keys and Becky and his folks didn't call 1 /c year holds great potential for Midn 
Hinkley A Navy Air candidate, surface line was ruled out fc 

■wreck of the Philo T McGiftin " which scarred his surface record Good luck. Hmks 

f drinks Unfortunately. 

5th Company 513 

John L. Lovenng. Jr. 
Marine Engineering 
Nuclear Power 

John came to USNA from the cozy stiores of Cape Cod with the desire to become the next 
Hyman Rickover Having been an athletic stud in his high school years. Waddly attempted to 
continue this same course of action at USNA However, it didn't take him long to realize his best 

spotted early in his career by his plebe summer squad leader, to have acute acting ability It was 

Naval Academy Musical critic Because ol his outstanding achievements as a critic, John was 
awarded the black 'N " by the Commadant Menochem was not only a lover of the arts, but also 
a shrewd businessman It seemed he was continually collecting WRNV dues 

By the way. John, how could you afford that RX-7' Its not surprising that he bought a two 
seater, seeing as he seems to do some of his best work in pairs, perhaps that's why he decided 
to leave his two roomates in a Hood College parking lot m the middle of January I've always 
heard threes a crowd or was it four With thoughtful expoits likes this it's no wonder John was 
in the market' for a roomate first class year 11 only took one quick look "around the campus " 
for John to find the "Ace " "TS TS-TS-TS Someday some woman will tame John, (if it hasnt 
happened already), but until that time he will be married to the Navy as one of McKees finest 


Robert C. Martin 



Operations Analysis 



The Naval Academy will never forget the four years that Robert 'Juice" Martin spent terroriz- 
ing the campus. During plebe year, he was fried for bothering a wardroom attendant in King Hall 
which turned out to be the first of his attempts to receive a black "N" sweater Juice captured 
the award, however, during 2/c year when he accidentally happened to leave two shoes, an SDB 
jacket, an overcoat, and a pair of pants under his sheets during a bedcheck Obviously, he was in 

> athletic ability c 

company sports throughout his USNA ca 

. for his "O.J Simpson" dashes helped make taps; for he had to run 
f West Street to toother B in world record times. On one occasion when both 
gone and Juice felt a little hungry he asked the wardroom for a late night 

was know 

n for a unique outlook on life in the hall: that is. when he decided to stay around 

brought u 

s back souvenirs from Wespac Thanks, but no thanks Juice MIDN Martin also 

ed us by c 

onstantly having a bruise on his neck, and he did not get it by playing football 

ce IS a ma 

n of friendship, he even displays a friendship mark on his arm Juice stole the 

s ol Sheen 

a and Niecy but was always able to escape the whip In closing. Juice goes down 

annals o 

Naval Academy history as being "Too cool for the tool ' 

Charles S. McDavid 
Physical Science 
Surface Warfare 

When Goober came from the booming metropolis of Flatwoods to the small monastery on the 
Severn, he was taken aback by the lack of hospitality on the upperclassmens part "It just goes 
to show you can't beat good ole southern hospitality!"" Goobs proved to be nobodys fool and 

! Supe i 

1 Baltin 

• survived that debacle to 
. and sinker Goobs is a 
; DD Good luck as AStW 

Victorino G Mercado 



Math computers 



People knew him as Vic. Ron. Woonie or Mr A-Oor ABIe ■ He left his family (Hi Unci*. 
Auntie. Helen. Elsie. Erwin, and Kristml!!) and friends of Oxnard, California and came to USNA tor 
one maior reason-he's driving it! Yes. now he has a brand new $24.(XX) (X) 1982 Corvette Now 
all he has to do is graduate to keep it Little did he know graduation was no easy task 

He began plebe summer like a lost Filipino refugee and remained bracedup until hell froz* 
over (Later he seeked revenge, sorry 84. 85. and especially 86 ) Once the academic year 
started, he found that trying to slay awake while studying was another obstacle, thus he studied 
only when absolutely necessary and crammed all 4 weeks in one "long" night before exams 
Another thing he never got used to were those rigid hair standards I guess the light trims 

were regulation enough to GQ Magazine '"Dress to impress"" was his motto, and if it wasn"t for 
plastic money, how else could he afford nothing but designer clothing or a pair of (170 00 
sunglasses ? Word is he has Mafia connections to pay for all of this 

Anyways, with all his bills, its no wonder hes always in search ol change in order to buy a 
mejsely old 35 cent Pepsi Another sacrifice and one which affected him the most, as well as 
other girls on the east coast, was his "distant", "everlasting'", and '"only" relationship with his 
dear girlfriend Sue Were glad you two held on all the way We just hope you take really good 


514 5th Company 


^ieH. Pellet 




Joey A Miller 



System Engineering 

Navy Air 


Arriving at the Naval Academy after a years layover at Hargrave Military Academy. Joey Alan 
Miller was Dundalk, Maryland's answer to the AM-American boy When he wasn't protecting his 
sister (rom some would-be gigolo. Joey was sharing his tree time with his alter-ego Crawrford. 
enjoying crabs, beer, and The Birds ' In fact. Joey is such an avid Baltimore Oriole's fan that he 
often claims that every1hing\% related to baseball Considering that to him a bad grading period 
IS anything below a 3 5. a person has to stop and think that just maybe he is right' At times an 
intensely private person. Joey is the simplest and the best of friends Destined to be the liest 
pilot the Navy has ever produced. Joey will m the end find his clean, well-lighted place 

John B. Newell 


South Dakota 

Physical Science 



likes of the original 

I Suzuki GT750. and 
jne fast bike Never 
mw to ride, and shi 

Michael Ott 






Commander Mott. ISN (Imperial Space Navy), meandered into USNA from Marietta, lusting 
equally after women and airplanes, desperately throwing himself at either While here, he 
accomplished great things, most notably being the only Glee Clubber who. over the course of 
three years and two vasectomies, increased his vocal range by at least an octave His exploits in 
the never-ending search tor the perfect female led to some strange encounters m such exotic 
places as Hood College. Memphis, and of course. Annapolis 

The Founding. Floudering Father of the Boats Executive Committee perfected the art of 
FItrtin' with Disaster during his time here Of course, not every disaster can be avoided, as 
evidenced by Motts second class conduct record (enough Form 2s to paper his room) Many a 
BOOW was forced to trek up to 3-4 to check on Motts room touring proficiency 

But. under his outward obsreoerousness. Motf showed what it was to be a truly loyal friend 
Although at times he seemed to be a case that only St Jude could handle. Mott showed time 
and again that under his very unruly veneer was one of the warmest people that anyone could 
have the good luck to know He leaves USNA to attack the clouds Buena Suerte. Amigo 

Denise H. Pellette 

Los Alamos 

New Mexico 




Oenise came to th 

e Fightin' Five 

rom the Ian 

d where cactus flourish and covered wagons 

traverse, yes- Los A 

amos. New M 

exico I'll never forget ou 

r first day together and 



owered skir 

Who else bu 

my roomie! We've survive 


years of each other's 

pet peeves (Who said it couldn't be done 

) Good luck. Denise. and 1 


you keep in touch and remember- af 

er four year 

of eachothe 

r-who could forget the fun 


had! Love always. H 


Second class sumr 

ner. Denise lea 

ned lots in c 

onspicuous c 

ubs and in stanky hoods. ' 

1 feel 

fine " -but not so fine 

after a spin in t 

he Cessna, a 

nd at Quantic 

D. Denise was an angel, or s 


30 pure to find 

un in some b 

ase baudy hu 

mor In efforts to satisfy he 


for the giggles. Denise sought a frien 

d with slant 

d eyes and tv 

isted thought While laughing at 

ludeness. she is not 

without mora 


one in particular. "Love Thy Neighbor 

" An 

altruist. Denise does 

her part in energy conservation— Never 

expends too much! 

5th Company 515 

r^ichael R. Philbrook 



Applied Science 

Surface Line 


Mike came to the Fighting Five from Phoemi. Arizona Phil Philbrook from Phoenix? Your 
mother must have planned that one! Oh well, Mike had a slow plebe year, academically 
speaking, but his girttnend had big plans (or the future (she had names lor the kids) This was too 
much so she was dropped for another found love Yes. Mike became romantically involved with 
someone else — He spends many a night with her and even obtained permission from the C O 
to be with her way past the bewithcmg hour of 2400 Mike fell m love with none other then a 

loop". Mike, can you help me with a program", "Mike. Mike, Mike" have become the com- 
pany s and those involved with computers favonte lines Also, here at Navy Mike has been 
involved with back stage He has been stage manager tor several shows as well as designing a 
couple Besides the stage in Mahan Hall, Mike was the Midshipmen in charge of the Bob Hope 

Now Mike IS looking forward to possibly a career m data processing with the Marines' 

Oh, Mike, how could you? Mike was fortunate during his time here not only to adopt a sponsor, 
but also an entire family- "the son Mom never had!!" Wett Mike, you've been an excellent friend, 
brother, bank, classmate and instructor (jump!!!) and I wish you the best in your career in the 
service which-ever one it is. and the pursuit of your computer career Keep in touch and 
remember someday - "Someone's life and career may be in the palm of your hand 

Timothy R. Rexrode 
Long Island 
New York 
Political Science 
Navy Air 

locker storage, not to mention hand-to-hand training for his roommate Rex s agile mind quickly 
came up with a solution for the Iranian crisis by refusing to make up his rack till the hostages 
came home and the Shah was reinstated Rex always enjoyed the theater so we knew he 
wouldn't miss Fiddler on the Roof for anything As Andy Warhol said 'We'll all be famous for 5 

Second class year brought new meaning to Rex's life as he pursued a revitalized professional 
interest in the plebes (especially the female ones) However, a major obstacle stood in the way 
of this professional interest in the form of a Icdr So he was forced to find a new source of 
interest at U M 8 C Don't worry Rex. you'll stop bleeding one of these days 

Rex sort of spread himself too thin, and during the black week in Febuary. it all fell on his head 
(including his prepubescent love from Up-State) Rex re-cooped from these losses during the 
Bob Hope special when he tried to pick up on the female officers in charge (they don't call him 
sexy Rexy for nothing) Speaking of sexy Rexy, there was always the sex education lecturers for 
jowls Don't worry Rex. you gave it your best shot 

Finally there's first class year and the crow You always did impress the girls by having ail 
those strips and the bird. Well, Rex is flying now He's the one with the Starburst wrappers flying 

James D. Riegel 

Marine Engineering 

1 Riegel Being t 
naturally to this highly professional 
f Shoey, Pa 

; guys I 
Iding, a station wagon and 2 5 kids 
As a plebe. Jim was a 1 30 pound weakling with the idea of going Marine Air After pumping iron 
Id adding 35 pounds he found out that real-Marines keep their feet m the mud Probably his 
;st feature is the way he wears his hair It usually looks like it is at attention' Even though Jim is 
lown for his water ability, he decided against being a Navy frogman when he was told he had to 
vim through the water instead of walk under it Jim has always amazed everyone with the way 
» handles his finances Since he sends his paychecks home to his wife-to-be and then asks lor 
1 allowance. 

and leadership just i 
• IS probably the only person ever to 
at USNA has followed a pretty 
with thoughts of gradu 


I when they leave, 

. always a privilege to say r 

i one ot your I 

David H. Scott 

Physical Sceince 
Foreign National 

When Dave The Beef Scott first stepped off of the boat to America, he was |ust a hide 
bewildered All of the donkeyless carts, multi-stoned huts, and structures that weren't made out 
of grass realty seemed strange— not to mention the fact that everyone spoke sorrie denvat-o" 
of Palwa called "English " Soon, however, he found a niche for himself at the good old USNA 
where he was happy (but always plagued by people trying (o get him to eat) 

At the Boat School, Beef, although heavily involved in sports, still found time to settle into tho 
rigorous academic discipline of a Phi-Sci major He also found time to join the "VDT". and to 
concoct a brew or two as the UMBC "Witch Doctor " Between brews, Beef managed to spend a 
little time in the hall. Lucky for him. or else he might have missed out on meeting his true love 
(and fellow countryman)— the Jamaican J O first class year finds them still together alol 
Rumor has it that J J O and he have often been seen driving lo Rastafanan Conventions in his 
family's "tlintstone-mobile " Let's |ust hope thai his new flame. Marina, doesn't spoil a beautiful 
relationship I think Beet hopes so loo 

Well, good luck in the real world, Beel (let's just hope that your favorite classmate and mine 
doesn't go civilian line too. or Beef may be put up for some H s) All of us m Five hope you are 
succesful both in establishing the Jamaican connection and in chasing your namesakv 

516 5th Company 

Rich Wehman 
Stony Brook 
New York 
Applied Science 
Navy Air 

I came lo the shores of Annapolis after a rough year at prep school My tour years at the 
■Boat School" have been tough but tun During those years I have made some close Iriends who 
1 will never lorget It was these guys who. when the chips were down, were always there to help 
me pick them up Among these guys are Hinks, Johnny. Juice. Skal, Goobs, Bruce. Eddie. Julio, 
and who can lorget John John was always there when I Needed him But the people who I owe 
the most to are my parents They are the mam reason why I hung m there when things were the 
worst They always had a way of getting me up oH the door when I felt like staying down and 
throwing in the towel I could never thank them enough for the guidance they have given me m 
life As I leave the Naval Academy I take with me many fond memories However, the most 
[ thing I take away from here is the understanding of what true friendship is about 

Heidi N. Wolfangel 

Spring Lake Park 



Protocol. 1100 


Heidi came to the banks of the Severn River 

irom the land 

otherwise known as the land of 

10,000 lakes For those in the comp 
Her plebe year held nothing but m 

ny who can 

appreciate th 

5 land of frost, it is also known as 

any many c 

hallenges (grac 

es, chemistry, and pe) She was 

able to overcome all of these obstac 

es, literally speaking How 

ever, her youngster year set the 

tone lor the rest of her life Heidi 

ret the man of her drear 

s What started as an innocent 

attempt to gam support of the volleyball team 

of which she 

was a member, and the orange 

escapades. Jim asked Heidi for her 

hand m ma 

Heidi took on duties during the s 

ummer tha' 

gave her the 

position of squad leader for the 

class of 86 She is working hard to 

complete ft- 

keep smiling As Jim sails under the 

water. Held 

will be scoping out her possibilities as an 1 100 

officer Good luck and much happiness in your 

future as Ens 

gn Gerding !!!!!' 


5th Company 51 

Kurk P. Anderson 
Fort Atkinson 
Marine Corps 

Kurk left the town o( Fort Atkinson. Wisconsin to honor us with his presence He gave up the 
Packers, the Badgers, and the Brewers, but not the brews Kurk (eit it his patriotic duty to 
prevent Milwaukee breweries from going bankrupt tn domg this he has put a ( 
through college He learned quite a bit m his four years at this institution how r 
stations there are in the Washington-Baltimore area, an ounce of gourge is ' 

Plebe year Kurk could be found ndmg the grey ladies o( the Severn Youngster cruise found 
Slim heroically earning the Humanitarian Service Award for being on ship which pulled Cubans 
out of the water Youngster year Kurk made an about (ace by leaving the YPs to Billy-0 and 

Halloween and thought high pig fashion required class transportation as a 1969. black Cadillac 
became the Pigmobite Once the Pig nickname caught on, he felt he had to live up to the image 
and proceeded to gam 50 pounds Now he doesn't have to wear a pillow under his pig suit Pig 
became a Gungy Gyrene first class year and went on Marine Option Cruise There he rappelled 
out of a helicopter only to land on and flatten a Marine Pig is following in the footsteps of his 
father by wearing green after graduation. 

James J. Benner 

New Carlisle 


Aerospace Engineering 

Navy Air 


Jay stumbled mto Canoe U from a small farm in New Carlisle. Ohio, ready to fly jets After a 
quiet plebe year when only his roommates knew he existed, he entered the limelight at one of 
the first of many get togethers at the "Home for Wayward Mids ' Having downed a few brews, 
he decided to chow down tor a while and headed for the chips Spying a large bowl of "orange 
juice", he proceeded to munch out and guzzle the |upce Shortly afterwards he was found with 
his face buried in the chip dip After this splashing entrance into the social life of 6th Company, 
Jay became a regular at all the company parties 

Life wasn't all parties though As an Aero major Jay came to love ■"NAISS" as only a Mid really 
can. spending most ot 2nd class year as close companions. As a firstie, Jay joined that select 
group of Mids who regularly faced the dangers of "Red Warnings" with eager anticipation On 
long weekends, there was no need to look around Maryland for Jay because as soon as he was 

Jay, many in the company wonder. "Is a June week wedding in the future?" Good luck and hope 

518 6th Company 

) be a pilot, ya gotta 

Brian J. Collins 
Yorktown Heights 
New York 
Applied Science 
Navy Air 

"BC"-Brian Collins was a mild mannered jock from a New York suburb who went south in 
search of fairer pastures and more pleasurable pastimes He found the weather warmer, the 
woman more intriguing and his rack more companionable In spite ot the training. BC stiH 
lettered (Black N) his youngster year after tailing to invite the COW to a party in his first wing 

As a man who programmed best 
due would find Brian typing into 1 
alternative. Be a pilot and fly )ets 
learn to drink like one-Pizza & Molson, Burgers & Molson, Molson & Molson! Brian had as much 
trouble leaving food m the wardroom as he did leaving beer in a bottle Senior year found his 
true talents as he coached the First Batt football team to five shutouts and a brigade champion- 
ship But there were problems, le. too many girls Never at a loss for a date or an excuse to write 
a letter during study hour. BC broke many hearts in his four years here 

Although Brian found the mentality here depressing, he smiled and kept on thinking free We 
will miss BC as he returns to getting high-in an airplane 

James F, Drake 



Electrical Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


Jim came to USNA via the fleet as one ol Uncle Hymies boys Plebe summer wasn't even 
before he decided that he liked pain and selt-destruclion Subsequently, he proceeded to r 
up the ol knee wrestling and then shattered his ankle on his lirst trip through the O coi 
After several operations and a lot of time in a drug-induced state. Jim finally made 
youngster year when he put on his WUBA lor the first time He spent youngster year rea 
westerns and science fiction because 'Ef wasn't quite as interesting However, as second < 
year came into lull swing and the first grades came out. Jim realized that this 'EE major wa< 
fooling around Many a weekend was spent in Mother -8 this year fighting tor dear life agains 

the few times he did get out though, he wasn't going to waste timi 
instance was a Company get-together. (Gilbeau Tramid). where Jim 
^ great hors d'oeuvres. especially with mustard You coutd always c 
f the party Just ask Jim what his favorite card game is and the ansi 

I that dog food 
him to be the 
k) be. Euchre 

I fun flying under those \ 

• Jim Better you than a pilot 



««! Corps 
in Bob 



Robert J. Gilbeau 



Resources Management 

Supply Corps 


Rob left the excitement of his Fremont, California high school and entered the hell of plebe 
summer from a brochure he had read. It is rumored that Beau was really a civilian who 
graduated after a temporary stay at the Academy Plebe year found our wild stud in his wrestling 
prime, scaring his company CDR and grinding his knee Bob once said, "If you can't take 
California outa the girl, take the girl outa California " So that he did and he reached into his vast 
plunder of wealth and moved his very lovely fiancee Jennine to Maryland Bob (or B W to his 
friends) soon transformed from a Midn to a taxi driver, hotel clerk, party host, and home for 
wayward mids {maybe he was forced into a management major), 

Youngster year. Bob cultivated his own family of dust balls which have followed him from 
room-to-room to this day At this time. Bob decided to hit the academic "coast" button, as 
ed books His vacant desk usually indicated that he was out 
I his incredible barrage of "Can you top this" stones 
i the guy who wouldn't let anything come before his friends {his 

outa 20 rules), and will make a damn fine Supply Corps Officer upon g 
fun times Bob Bon Voyage with the Navy and with Jennine 


James R. Hille 



General Engineering 

Marine Corps 

Jim Bob 

Jimmy Ray Billy Joe Bob I 
BAMF's so he could begin h 

Thanks for the 

1 (Austin. Texas) and ; 

, long , 

several weeks of obscurity during plebe summer. Little Jimbo awed all of us with his "Home of 
the Whopper" underwear From that day on we ail knew that behind that quiet exterior there 
lurked one great big and burly stud Truly, few have left behind such a noteworthy legacy From 
Black "N's' for drinking in Halsey to blackouts after a night at the docks, he did it all plebe year 
As a youngster, James Robert became notorious for his country music, two-step. Oahlgren 
( peculiar aroma of the "hot dog" toots that afflicted him every Sunday 

class year . 
p- Second! 

:ame Texs academic woes, as he skillfully commanded the Com- 
.emester he changed his major, and suddenly, his interest changed 

s " left unattended at Goucher and Notre Dame Concurrently, he accrued an 
notches on his Saturday Night Special " 

' Quantico and the wild women of Mary Washington, several questions remain 
I was that mysterious man that would always sneak into 
the middle of the night and barf in our sink' And tell me, which Texas pastime was 
, pepper on the meat, or Nancy buffing the Bishop' Finally, what really made those 
lell that way? Yo boy, III catch you in the Marine Corps A M F ! 

Daniel P. Forney 



Marine Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


Dan came to us from the US. Army and an ancestry of soldiers Being no stranger to the ways 
of the military, this savvy lads, home is where you hang your hat' attitude, allowed him to easily 
handle the initial Academy rigors and lay a sound academic base 

Although Dans wonder parents, the General and Lady Di. have settled tn Miami Shores. 
Florida, coming to the Boat School brought Forn back to the stomping grounds of his early 
years Included in this homecoming was a reunion with his high school sweetheart. Debbie. To 
the amazement of the boys, this precious chma doll was the only person with whip enough to 
tame the overbearing Sgt Airborne, and bring out his affable nature 

Forndogs crazy dreaming habits and night time wall climbing tendencies caused him to miss 
the youngster cocktail party and subsequent restriction musters, but he was ready to go for 
Spring Break in Datona Beach Second class year Dr Btatto battled Rocket Read, but he still 
found time to leave his mark on PROTRAMID lll-C, the Wednesday afternoon Riorden's club. 
Route 50 west to Georgetown, and his roommate s neighbor s front porch That next summer 
the house boy earned his silver dolphins and found his calling The beginning of first class year 
had that certain ring to it. which included a binge to the Virgin Islands in classic overboard 
Forney style 

We'll all miss the noisemaker and hell surely be an asset to the submarine Navy Thanx for 
everything Dannyman-see ya in Orlando 

Frank M. Gallo 

Aero Engineering 
Nuclear Submarines 

Frank hails from the town of Ludlow, Mass F 
a pretty good sponser, a Lt from 3-1. who visiti 
Frank He still keeps to the plebe system of in b 
you such things as a baseball player's batting i 
pretty good at trivia 

Frank made a good contribution to company sports Youngster cruise took f 
Castro land aboard the Navy's earner Independence This left him m the hole for lots Of fun 
GQ's He was not persuaded toward Navy Air. because his eyes limited him 

One day during youngster year Frank got tied up in a laundry bag Third class year found 
Frank's chow packages still came at their weekly rate Well, it seems that Mom had time to cook 
since all the kids had left the nest 

Second class summer came and so did New London Frank had found his calling So Frank, like 
all the future nukes, went on a sub for first class cruise, to penetrate the depths of Neptune's 
reign As a Mid Frank is no longer a polywog, being visited by Neptune on his crossing the 
Equator on the other side of the world He got off cruise m one of Navy's more exciting ports- 
Diego Garcia 

ried plebe year He got 


6th Company 519 

David F. Kelley 



Mechanical Engineering 

Surface Line 


Dave arrived at the shores of 
Kelley Woody left F 
with him Plebe sum 
use the buddy-syste 

' hero baffled as hi 
s room KelDad th 
;he-y3rd sponsor. 

'as forced to leave his wardroom early and 
took one step forward and one step bacl< 
[ fatally chose Mechanical Eng as a major 
'n, Dave took on the Honorable Gee. Killer 

lis diversions included the Dave-Slam-Darrell Radio Show, calculator shot putting, and mina- 
e golf It was rumored that Dave was elected golf team captain because he was the only 
iror until the rumor was verified His golf O rep really loves Dave's choice of toilet paper 
Back at Mother B our young beer gu?rling buck became a platoon CDR in F-Troop early on, 
still stuck out M E while others bagged out around him Woody also endured the McCombs 
ler torture and Kratis endless body slams 

)ave has become everyone's best friend m the company and kept the place in stitches with 
great sarcastic wit Givem hell Dave, keep off the front lawns, and keep your fro packed, cuJ 

Cindy Killmeyer 



Ocean Engineer 

Civil Engineering Corps 


Cindy, a native Pittsburghian, arrived at the Naval Academy with pom-poms in one hand and 
a Softball glove in the other Little did she know that these would be put aside to collect four 
years of dust, while a D & B mellophone would take their place Cindy always obeyed the Golden 
'6th Company " Rule Work Hard, Play Hard She spent many hours pursuing an academic 
major in Ocean Engineering and eventually earned a CUM of over a 3 00 

Killer somehow found the time to join several ECA's including Society of Women Engineers, 
Oceanography Club, and Big Brothers/Big Sisters, eventually becoming an officer m two of 
those organizations Because my first copy of your biography was eaten by my friend the 
computer, I am having a hard time remembering all the wonderful things I had said about you 
Here are a few things we will remember our "Killer " by golden December tans. Cindy do you 
want sunscreen for your eyes?, one of the boys, can drink a fish under the table, her baby-blue 
Firebird "Gemini"; weekends at "Action's " And Cindy, please don't forget Zeke, Joe, Ftem, 
Gary; BC. Dan; Spike; and most importantly - me. your roomie! One more thing A friend has a 
patient ear to listen to my troubles a strong shoulder for me to cry on a loving heart that soothes 
my fears You were always there to lift my spirits and brighten my day Thank you for being that 
friend to me Good Luck. Cindy! And I only hope that CEC will be as good for you as you will be 
' "MOM" 

Michael J, Koval 
Marine Air 

Mike came to USNA 
leadership skills, which 
garbage cans). Mike st 


Using I 

f the great wilderness i 

d assimilated as an Eagle Scout (for example how to knock down 
out Plebe Year determined to excel He got involved in several 
1 as Crew and the Catholic Folk Choir However, when Youngster 
Year came. Mike directed his energies more toward Dahlgren Hall on Saturday nights and 
studying the peculiar social habits of a certain girl from the University of Maryland Second Class 
Summer found Mike taking the standard tour of the eastern seaboard from Dam Neck to New 
London, but the big event that summer occured right here in ol' Crabtown Seems Mike found 
that one and only at Frannie O's and despite a rough start has been cruising with her ever since 
The last two years have gone fast tor Mike The high points seem to be his loyal attendance to 
"F Troop" Second Class Year and the upkeep of his Cadilac this year We all wish him good luck 
wherever he goes and hope he remembers to make a reg rack We hear they're tough at TBS 

Daniel J, Krall 




The initial part of our story finds Dan in a small greasy pari ol Pittsburgh (ol course, that could 
be almost anywhere around the Iron City) with no real future plans in mind Then came the 
startling news that he had been accepted at NAPS, even though he hadn't applied tWhen he was 
informed he would get paid to go to school, Dan figures that was the place lor him Alter this 
year ol preparation, he was ready to tackle plebe year Aided by wrestling buddies and many 
Nimit/ shuffles to G's. Dan survived his first year without many emotional scars For most, this 
year's study hours included Chem, Calc and History For Dan. the Pittsburgh Press StMler 
Weekly and the Hornblower Series were the topics ol the day Then came youngster year when 
Dan first learned the value ol Jl 50 A great deal ol his time was spent on road trips to various 
colleges, and on the project he undertook of rationalizing the regs to a point where they could 
easily be followed 

When spring rolled around. Dan could be found in the Green Beach or narrowly escaping th« 
watchful eye of the O D . that is. when he wasn't at wrestling practice or practicing wrestling on 
some unsuspecting classmate 

During second class year Dan made a great effort at improving hii professionalism This was 
made easier when someone finally showed him Ihe location ol Ihe press shop and how to us* a 
broom Throughout the year Dan bulked up by "pumping iron" which resulted in his third N 
With lirst class year came added responsibilities Among these were taking care ol his drunken 
roommate, managing his decaying Imancial empire and deciding whether he was going to fly 
with or without his hair Whenever any of us think ol Oan, we will remember a guy who was 
willing to drop everything in search ol a good time Alto, a guy who had a better grasp on what 
he wanted out of life than he did on the rollbar of a pickup 

Wen City 

tojn Engineer 


■•"Will "Ike, 









"^ta 111,1, 



520 6th Company 

ler south than ever before when Andy came t 
nt he brought from Garden City confused us all Pronouncing h 
jader His quiet and sincere nature prompted us to elect him ; 
he held for four years Plebe year his grades came out well s 
:ngineer. a decision he later sometimes questioned 
ike up in the morning, he managed to complete those 0430 pri 
It out for crew ("Drew Sinks barges") but later switched over 1 
/as such a good Company Commander youngster year that f- 
four more times including first semester first class year 

Andrew T. Macyko 
Garden City 
New York 
Ocean Engineer 
Navy Air 

The limits of "Drew's World 
Annapolis The Long Island aco 

Company Honor Rep, an office 
Andy set out to be an Ocean 

Ihe Company to second p 
JUSS Carl Vinson was ju 
ep working even when 1 

Peter J. Manibo 

Graduation/Math Q.A. 
Surface Warfare 
Little Pete 

Peter Jeffrey Caraan Manibo (whew), otherwise known as "Little Pete ", left a cozy home, 
good food, close friends, and. of course, long hair in sunny California to attend the Naval 
Academy Prep School and thus dedicate himself to success at that fine institution by the 
Severn This 24 hour, 365 day student, inspired by Tecumsah and guided by the "the Gouge" 
strived for one thing and one thing only- that elusive 2 00 After finally attaining that goal of 
goals. Pete turned to the finer things m life Fancy clothes-designer only, please, fast cars- no 
less than a $20,000 Porsche 944. and of course, a fine young lady from the University of 
Maryland But still, it wasn't enough There were mountains to conquer (sknng mountains that 
is) and oceans to swim The latter proved to be the greater of the obstacles for our little 
adventurer Though scuba qualified, Pete somehow managed to fail every swimming test given 
at the academy Through the aid of a Mark Spitz nose plug, however, our aqua-rock quickly 
turned the tide on the Academy swimming program 

Besides 'the plug." Pete possessed other advantages which most of us would've died for 
While most of us were getting $320 00 a month. Pete seemed to be getting $420 00 Also, bills 
just seemed to disappear The hole dug by the dreaded "Visa ' card was quickly filled in by good 
Die Emelyn. his younger' sister Must be nice well Pete, you've come a long way baby 

Now you're an Officer and a gentleman (might even be married) Wherever you are and m 
whatever you do, may God be with you always The Academy may be losing you but the whole 
world's gaining you Take care Oh, by the way. Pete asked me to deliver a very special 

message; "Kuya. this is for you! " 

John A. Krepps 

General Engineering 
Nuclear Power 
Pretty Boy 

Having conquered all the girls in York. Pennsylvania. John came to the Naval Academy looking 
for new challenges Recruited as a running back for Navy football. John decided the next spnng 
that powerlifttng would better preserve his trim, muscular physique Always true to his motto 
(and the girl he happened to be with). John did "everything for sport ". including hunting for that 
special girl 

Youngster year found John going to class between weekends as he made sure schoolwork 
never interfered with his weekends Each Sunday night came complete with the latest adven- 
ture story with the girl that was always "sooo nice ' Sone he found that the biggest lurn-ons for 
babes were pipesmoking and (he first ten notes of "Stairway to Heaven" played on the guitar 
John IS still the only guy who completely covered a different blotter each year with photos of hn 
summer encounters Every Friday afternoon saw John scrambling to change clothes, grab his 
hairspray. and start cruising the country m his Grand Prix 

Intending to graduate with the tew and Ihe proud, John saw the light second class summer 
and converted to Nuclear Power With his ability and desire, John should have no problems as 
NPS in Orlando and his great sense of humor will be missed by 
graduation Best of luck, John! 

David A. Linton 



General Engineering 

Naval Flight Officer 


Dave dashed into USNA f 
through the superburger ra< 

I the Rocket City of Huntsvilte. Alabama and kept on driving 
outine of plebe summer with strong determination Dave was 
noted for a hearty chuckle and a willingness to help lighten another's load After plebe summer 
he set his sights on Army He coordinated the Co Army Project "The Incredible Hulk ". but 
he never went to the game A broken leg forced him to remain in the halt and watch Navy 

Always ready to serve the Lord, Dave was active with the Navigators and m Bible study 
groups He tried |ust about anything that came his way which included sailing, canoeing, sknng. 
sport parachuting, scuba diving, and marathon road racing He conquered his first USMC 
marathon in 3 hours and 26 mm but bettered his time the next year m 3 hours and 14 mm Dave 
was a Big Brother to Lawrence and John for three years They appreciated his cadences of "EHt 
ote Elft' As a true Sixer, Dave was fall set Co Sub Cdr and helped keep his roommate going. 

Though the years have passed swiftly, how will we ever forget the curly haired kid from 
"Bama? " Whether it was his smile, good nature, laugh, or love of good clean fun that is a moot 
point He IS a special guy that has touched the lives of each and everyone of us who has lived on 
the Fourth Deck in these past few years. God bless him and lots of prayers to our NFO who is 
flying high on that "higher plane of life". 

6th Company 521 

Lawrence K. McCombs 



Political Science 

Marine Corps 

Big Lar 

Larry escaped from the farm hie of rural south Delaware so that he could fulfill his destiny c 
one day becoming Commandant of the Corps in 5 years Consequently, he attacked th 
Academy with the intensity of a grunt taking a hill His massive build made it hard for anyone t 
believe that this man could have anything upstairs, but he soon dispelled the "all brawn, n 
brain" idea Larry did have more than his share of academic woes however, considering h 
played hopscotch with the majors program EE totally fused him out, so he )umped out of th 
proverbial frying pan and into M E He then refused to join Grangers Rangers and so forced hi 
way into Poll Sci where he came to know and love easy As and youngster afternoons On th 
weekends Big Mac was known to cut loose and fill many a mug and abuse many a woman Hi 
plebe year was highlighted by an attack by a wild Charlie's woman who proceeded to help h.r 
wear hts drink As a youngster he could either be found at Dahlgren yelling such things as Y 
winch, wanna get lucky," or on the ice cold docks slamming ice cold brew-has Second das 
year Lawrence finally found someone to pull his wild hair 

Now the question is, will he have to choose between Kellee Green and Marine Green? In an 
case we all know what he will decide Or do we' This lean mean Manne machine may have to b 
content with sleeping with Owlsby for the while No matter which way you look at it though. Mi 
Abrasive IS one guy you're glad to have on your side and more than glad to have as your fnenc 
Good luck Lawrence m all of your undoubtedly prosperous endeavors, and t hope that you fin 
all that you seek 

Darrell B. Montgomery 




United States Marine Corps 


Gumby came to USNA one step ahead 
memorized reet points prior to plebe sumr 
places ranging from Lawrence Field to the t 
rates well and took to academics If only ht 

Second class year saw Gumby's days filled with baseball. WRNV as a DJ, and hobbling around 
on crutches I never saw a more realistic fake cast Good |0b Darrein' Despite his injury. Monty 
still managed ' to get a letter on the baseball team Gumpus finally hit his goal mid term first 
semester 1 /C year when he got a 4 Then he made copies of his grade card and used them as 
Christmas cards Also, first class year he saw the light and decided to go Marines At least in 
Okinawa he can work on his tan without worrying about getting caught by the O D, on Green 

All in all. Darrell is a true and dependable friend who has made going to USNA a hell of a good 
time Good luck in your future in the Corps and wherever else life leads you Ooh Rah!' 

everyone else Being prepared is OK but he 
Plebe year took Darrell to many interesting 
mtial showers of Viet Nam Monty learned his 
d learned to wear his hat straight 

incident Bill picked 

William F. Omberg 
Virginia Beach 

Physical Science 
Surface Line 
Billy 0. 

He came, he saw. he conquered (The YP Squadron, that is) That's the story of Bill's four 
years here on the shore of the Severn Bills plebe summer was highlighted by his - '* ' 
fish mayonnaise, his Kamikazee rack, and of course the great tittle < 
up the nickname 'Fleet Admiral" for his plebe summer performance 

The beginning of AC-year signalled the return of the Greyhounds of the Severn and Bill found 
his true calling Right from the start he set his sights on hts ultimate goal-Squadron Commodore 
He wasted no time in establishing himself as the sell-proclaimed "best damn throtlleman »n 

Academics gave Bill a good fight but he managed to survive with the only damage betng to his 
scalp Despite many grueling battles with papers, grammar, and misplaced modifiers. Bill 
managed to survive the hardships of English and Leadership, to achieve two of his goals- 
qualifying as a YP C O and making the log ("Well Billy O here's another line mess ") Bill 
hopes to continue honing his YP shiphandling skills m the Surface Navy when he joms his fellow 


Robert D, Page 



Electrical Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


Darrell left Decatur. Georgia an< 
79 The Electrical Engineering Department then took charge of molding h 
at the Academy He was handed a circuit analysis book and Idd never 
T V . or take a weekend Indeed, we were all lucky to have Darrell aroi 
class year when he helped us through cables and wires Darren's ho 
swimming, playing with hts HP. working on his design project, and bemi 
the Blondie Fan Club This easy going guy found his true love, however, a 
out wedding bells for Darrell and hts beautiful belle Irom Georgia Darrell v 
the Nuclear Navy and all of us in Sixth Co wish him the best 

jse his rack, watch 
. especially secorxl 

I June will be ringing 

52? 6th Comp.iny 

Erik J Reuter 

Colorado Springs 


Civil Engineering Corps 


I USNA as i 

ty, he decided to slick it out for 4 years The "Root", as he soon was to be 
known, made only one big mistake his initial year at Annapolis This occured one snow afternoon 
in February when he pushed the buttons ■E-M-E " after the computer asked that fatal question 
Thus began the Root-Boys torturous journey through the world of the Rocket Wild Bill and the 
Q-Tip Youngster year saw our hero attempting to use his maior In one series of experiments he 
tested the strength of the walls of Bancroft Hall as a function of stereo volume setting This 
resulted in hearing loss in many on youngster alley This year also saw the Root learning the 
value of his fencing skills and of the extra five minutes after professsors asked tor exams As a 
second class the Root-Boy's desire to help his fellow man was extensive Ranging from "how to" 
lectures in his fields of expertise (which he soon informed us were limitless), to becoming a 
wrestling dummy in order to help a friend practice Then came the long awaited final chapter in 
our man's story at USNA When he wasn't trying to find his ring with a metal detector, the Root 
could be found with his favorite stewardess, in DC. in search of a "Bogie", or carving up his 
opponents on the strip 

All told, the Root could always be counted on for the "Gooouuuge!'" or a hilarious story when 
you needed one most Good luck with whatever service has the good fortune to obtain you. 


Elmer W. Roane, Jr. 

Mt. Royal 

New Jersey 

Resources Management 

Navy Air 


This native South Jerseyan enjoys the better things in life A baby blue Cu 
football seasons, the purple and gold. All-American status, 150# Army '81 & 
Spunky and Frurti. 38 LBS 'I bet you cant '. shoulder operation, first semester 
*B1. Dads advice. Academy Motel, blood tests. Dad's connections. "No, it not 
"push", A C '82, Uncle's loans, Pocono Downs '81, fieldball. spring break '82, 
Cadillac. Steph's grey roommate. Casper, the Georgia Shore. Howard campus. Hood College 
BSU. Seventh Batt shootouts. La Paz, Peanutbutter. the look alike Onyx ring, pear shaped 
diamonds, HPC. April love, big brown eyes and Oct 24 enough said' 

He gives many special thanks to Brother Steve. Mother Sis. Pops-better known as Dad before 
he gets mad. Uncle Maj, Aunt Jean {always remembered). Mom Mom, Aunt Toot and Daddy 
Boop and family, Dwight and family, Tuggie and Nana, Aunt Shirley, Long, Kev, Cool Bill. Art, 

John C , Eddie 0. the Bowmans. the Wilsons, Mrs Harris and Auntie. Rhonda. Carla. Lil 

Thank you and God bless! 

e coolest roommate, pretty boy, dust fights, water tights, cold 
. deeper than it appears", Clmt 'KP, purple and 
gold till were old, fire it up", Drow: "The Miestro. how ya doing there Woody'"; Eugene "of 
noble birth, the Sisters Dejournette, the Philly New Years with the Cats' ', Terry. Scoob. DJ, 
Juice. Boogie, Skalbo. Gar, Dog, Mundo, Pig, Seavs, Mace, Dave, Bulldog, Kell Daddy. Beau, 
Hawaiian Punch (TRS). Barry Lynn. Pete, Pat, Rich, and all the rest o( the Sixth Co Boys! NOW 
THAT ITS OVER He knew his goal, but not the means, At first it was tor fun! He picked a fight. 

^ De,o. 

ith Pete 

"The LB, frit 

, Tos 

r Sub-Commander' 

Charles H. Piersall. Ml 



Marine Engineering 

Submarine Nuclear Power 

Charlie P, 

Charlie P came riding into USNA one fine July day, a country boy with an easy, rural sense ot 
humor He laughed at and through plebe summer and even at Chapman Ptebe year was rough 
on Chuck - though more througfi Round Robins with Kurk than academics Youngster year 
found "love em and leave em ' Homer recovering from his nurse in Charleston and more Of the 
same, (Kurk, Mike, and the Coke machine). tiH one ratny night he escaped to the gutter 
Academics were hard too, nding the rocket for fluids and one of the back row for old as death 
Barr Laplalas gift to the world tore into company soccer (though with mono & appendicitis the 
mold had a tew defects) and had fun in aniiphonal choir (how about that New Orleans trip?) 
Then there was the black 4 white housepaint station wagon with the glaring yellow fur only to be 
replaced with the Tony mobile first class year 

Despite missing first class cruise. Charlie still managed to have som< 
ask you what plebe will ever forget the rough, "take-charge" plebe surr 
C P 's21st was a memorable (and almost lethal) run m with Margaritas a 
our Marine Engineer is on to be a nuclear, steely-eyed killer-of-the-deep We wish him luck Take 
er down. Chuck 

Frederick C. Resset 
Orchard Park 
New York 

Marine Engineering 
Nuclear Power 
Frederick, better known to his associates as Chip, came to us from the Buffalo suburb of 
iced he'd earned a four year fellowship at the nations only 
(vasn't too far off On any given afternoon. Chip could be found 
he Chesapeake 

/ast majority of Chip's free time (a certain young lady at R l T 
managed to become a four year veteran of the 6th Company 
field ball team His contribution to Company drill was much less significant The closest Chip got 
to Worden Field was sailing backdrop tor P-rades' 

As far as lite on the shores of the Severn goes. Chip chose to enroll m Hyman Rickover s pre- 
nuclear program (otherwise known as the Marine Engineering major), but the good Admiral 
chose to retire before the class ot '83 arrived m the hallowed halls of the Naval Reactors 
building Let the records show that F C Ressel was indeed the first USNA Midshipman 
interviewed and subsequently accepted to the Navy's Nuclear Power program under the new 
regime headed by Admiral McKee Chip Ressels low key personality and sly sense of humor 
helped make the 6th Company and the Naval Academy a more en|oyable place to be lor 


Orchard Park, New Yc 
publicly financed yacht 

Although sailing occl 
can certainly testify to 


6th Company 523 

Alan N Ross 



Aerospace Engineering 

Navy Air 

The -ItaLan Stallion' . better 

known in some circles 

» M C IS a na 

ive of the 


metropolis ol Scranton. Pa II 

you ever 

happen to pass 

thru this crossr 

oad ol cul 

ure and 

modern civilization, the home ol America' 

future prediden 

of NASA can eas 

ly be founc 


ask lor directions to One Way Street and 

hen look for a full-scale model of 

an F-14 in 

he front 

year You cant miss it 

Al has always had a hunger lor 

adventure and because ol 

this he decided to )Oin the Navy aHer 

high school instead of getting a 

real lOb 

He wound op in Orlando, destined 

to a life of 


darkness and deep-running pride Salvati 

n came howeve 

. and he was accepted to NAPS and 

3 good or USNA 

Originally Al pursued EE as a major, bu 

soon realized t 

at Bode plots an 

d superhe 


amps would do him little good at 20.000 (eel with a Russ 

anMIGat 180 so 

he opted 

or Aero 

Now he happily pulls all-mghters 

to finish 

up his labs only 

find out the ne 

xt day that 

the prof 

lion The 

rest of his Academy activities ha 


Friday night Parcheezsi tournan 

ents. ch 

w packages, an 

most importan 

of all the Rack He 

says that one day he plans on s 

jpplementing this with da 

y workouts of ru 

nning. weight lifting 

and racquelball Sure All 


when he can spend some time w 

th his girif 

end Cia 

and escape from the rigors ol M 

other -B' 

They also give 

im a chance to smooth ove 

J20 00 

phone disputes concerning hunt 

ng, fishing and the King of 

Sweden Al and C 

a make a w 


couple and 1 wish them the best 

of luck in 

the future A be 

ler friend and a 

iner person than Al 

would be hard to find 1 m glad 

have h 

d the chance to 

share the Academy expene 

nee with 

him See you in P-cola. Boss F 

y Navy 


Ernest W. Sax 

Salt Lake City 


General Engineering 

Naval Flight Officer 


Ernest Ward Sax. more commonly referred 1 
Mountains to serve the sentence required for N< 

as Saxwell. climbed down from the Rocky 
'y Air The task wasn't grueling enough so he 
ugh, the studies robbed his 20/20 vision and 

lie during plebe summer 
? oH Pert 

temper wouldn't permit i 

lebe summer As the ye. 

rolled on his hardened 

with that His plebe year experience also included a roommate who yelled ' 
court every night at 2300 sharp, and another who nagged him to the poi 

Ernwardos major kept him in on many weekends In tact, he can be remembered 
"H I had to do it again, I wouldn't do it as an Aero-major " There was an Aero convention ii 
room 6 nights a week It was like Grand Central Station 

Erme has given the past tour years and the 35 first class who shared the same company 
of laughs, support, and good memories May good luck and the grace of God follow you 
throughout your Naval career and Ernie what do you think is the world geometric? 


Company commandei 
; saying, 

Gary C- Schmidt 



Political Science 

Marine Air 


Gary came to the "boys" via Chi-town where he (eft many broken hearts He was a man of 
many talents, some of which no one has ever heard until now Of course, he was a stud as far as 
the women were concerned There was Whalen Willie. Linda's Junior. Poddle Head m Jersey. 
and let us not forget Sneaken Sally through the alley His golden tongue not only helped him with 

of the infamous book of Scitah which held the humerous accounts of the boys wild and crazy 
experiences Gary also mastered the art of power drinking Many a Saturday were spent al 1624 

forget old Gar's Black N He and the boys shouldn't have been partying in Mother B while Corey 
B Decker was on duty 

Gary was an expert of numerous languages besides English He spoke Russisn fluently, not to 
mention Brewski. a language he spoke to all the girls m every bar he went into 

Another talent which Gar possessed was his nack for falling sleep on the porcelain God, not 
once but twice Lucky for Gar, people like him or he would stiH be asleep today 

Gary's outstanding atheletic abilities enabled him to lead six Company in soccer, tieldball and 


Michael A. Seaver 



General Engineering 



Se.wdaddy is known and has always been known as the most efficten' 
miltt.iry ge.u but then, what does it take to heap everything into one 
Se.ivd.iddy is .ilso an airborne-daddy Seav recieved his lead wings early but 
his Kold S.irgent' Airborne ran many sticks during his pre-airborne days 
manjged to get their gold before the good Sarg' Maybe Seav just didn't like the idea of having 
wing^ pounded into his beautiful chest Seavlover managed to acquire a hoodie which kept him 
warm and dry on lonely nights (an mornings and afternoons and ) Nothing serious Simply 

Seavdad studied at different hours than most He just wasn't happy unless he could study 
from 0100 to 0700 Everyone thought he studied alot but. no one knows lor sure tt couldn't 
have been much because he used to be an Aero Seav did sleep during class, at noon, after class. 
and. of course, during study hour Strange things always happened when Seavdad slept Once 
D his locker only to awake later and ash what had gone 

Wallace D,S 

Aerospace i 
Naval Right 




person at stowing 
t look years to get 

his sleep Seav was always interesting, usually carrying on a conversation with some 
riving that 67 and flying high Good luch* No one from 6 will forget you Always 

S?4 6th Company 


Wallace D. Smith. Jr. 



Aerospace Engineering 

Naval Flight Officer 


Wallace Dean Smith came to the Academy c 
was immediately apparent that WD. loved to 
plebe summer Dean joined the Chapel choir 
career Deans second love was the sea so h 

le bay from the midwest town of PalatJr 
ig. as he sang songs while he marched 
I Glee Club plebe year, starting a long r 

ling t 

on the tamilygram and b 
run on the Brandywine 

that learned as much trc 
rudder orders, sailor? 

Wino finally found the i 
night. My only questior 

if Dean was man or machine It took that youngster cruise 
It was in Naples or Rome, or maybe Sicily that he earned tl 
the bottle both 3rd class and 2nd class years so he could wo 

name, for the boat Wino ended up navigating Returning tro 
tail position of Platoon Commander He was the one 1st da 
ling the ED squad as the plebes did How about those tim( 

dreams first class year She kept his hands warm many a cc 
sn't 4 dollars a little cheap. Dean? " Dean will always 
Ig up in the Clouds! 

John A. Stagliano 



Applied Science 

Naval Flight Officer 


When John reported with the rest of us on 6 July. 1979. USNA was already a family institution 
And if Frank and Eric weren't enough, he brought along his girlfriend, Cathy, and best friend, 
Jeff Still. Stag sweated through the summer and Plebe Year, gaming a nickname {Berkebiles 
Stagliano Salad) and an activity (Bunker's Light Crew), as the macho Italian romanced onward, 
lly make you irresistabte') Ho. year began John's 
iipman Air Force brought a change of pace, new 
efforts, short one returned with a broken leg and 
ielanie 1/c year found a FOREX continuing the 
'" (But what IS a Blubaugh') 

I his 3 stripes and sword, perhaps a little zealously 
;ntal units made Stag a local boy " as the coast 
fill John's future See ya in P-cola! 

I exchange i 

radically (did t: 
long career as a professior 
initials (FTAFA C4C), and new friends Fo 
purple punk rock sunglasses to USNA a 
exchange career as Stag went down ui 
Like all good Stagliano's, John requisiti 
with the latter A change of pace by the 
button loomed nearby Hopes for NFO'c 

Carol G. Sink 






four year Development Program Input Carol "Sinker' Sink For X - 79 to 83 step 1 year Let X 
- Plebe year DataBoom-boom, full moon rays. I fell m a pnckery bush", dead mice, emergen- 
cy leave, cat displays. Thumper, musical roommates. Twerp, illegal tape recorders, hot pots. 
. church yard and playground parties. Zeke. suntans m January, pel pigeons and seagulls, goat 
court and orange throwing contests, slingshot extraordinaires, Chi. bathroom ladders, recon 
raids, war with computer commences, covert all-nighters Next X Let X - 'Youngster 'Year Data- 
Youngster Alteny. cocktail parties. Fleet Reserve Club, softball )OCk is born, legal ail-nighters. 
Pinch and WUJ. styxball, UA during commissioning week, pumpkin seeds, would you like a 
toasted cheese sandwich' or maybe some freshly baked cookies'", youngster board, introduc 
ing the mouse. 'Sinker, I can't see ", "snow " blind, "meet my neighbors, the boys ". the war 
with the computer gets bloody. "I can't drink rum anymore" Next X Let X - Second Class Year 
Data-Private Beach, establishment of Sinker's bar and grill. "I'm gomg running. I have sign-in'. 
your boy, weapons stories. Dear Playgirl. the tool from the computer war rises exponentially, 

Mary-Jane jokes, the rum ladies Next X Let X - First Class Year Data' We had drill this 
morning' ", room tours, poison control, our friend the mouse returns, Curtis and the Pig. 214 
and one wake-up. "from the Hall of Montezuma ". give us a car and who are you', health 
lectures, do-it-yourselt refrigerator, computer war takes a positive turn, the never-endmg duties 
of a squad leader. Magnum P I , omelets and french toast. Sinkers and Killer's bar and grill lives 

Phillip J. Skalniak, Jr. 



Physical Science 



Skalbo descended upon USNA 2 

fter ane 

xtended vacation at NAPS 


rem Dundalk. Skal 

was glad to be back in the old stomping groun 

ds And so were we 

He be 

came our Cruise 

Director" plebe year and proceeded to ar 

ange many fun-filled weekends (or 

us l^a and Pa Skal 

i provid 

d us VI 

ith great food, much 


and a new frontier 

lor the 6th Company skirt chaser 

s ClubH 

ole in 

he wall and the barn 


e our local haunts 

It was at these and other bars th 

at we sa 

u the r 

nasteratwork Skal 

lever c 

eased to amaze us 

with his ability to pick up the nic 

St babe 

in th 

place Back m the h 

all, Skalbo entertained us 

With the opening ot the youngste 

r wardro 

om, evenings with Truman 

and Wh 

tefang, and im.ta- 

tions ol bodily functions Phil w 

1 be be 

t remembered for his thr 

ling St 

jries and amusing 

e bawdy 


1 NAPS the Fatman 

the longest man. Cousin 

Walt Ocean City and best ol all 

his end 

ess pa 

rabies about women 

Undecided between tlying blue 

or green 

Skal will be a welcome add 

tion to 

either service The 

great white gouge hunter will fore 


ed as a 6th Company legend 

From his exploits 

on the Lax field to his self-procia 

imed 3- 


libs, this IS one sere 

w head 

who was his own 

re Sk 

al will head for the a 

Itar wi 

h Sue ( shes the 

one") in August and, considering 

he knuc 


ds who will be there. 


1 most likely be no 

6th Company S?5 

Christopher J St George 



General Engineering 

Marine Air 

St. Dude. St.G. 

Midn Si George reporting lor duty, sir!" Just like Dude, most ol us were looking lor a hole to 
hide in. and he was entering the reviered gates ol Canoe U" with his guns a blazin' Dude 
wrestled his way to fame in Cincinnati and continued to wrestle his way to lame and glory 
without ever returning to the mat here at USNA There were no tourney's to win his fame, so 
Chris had to look lor other means by which to establish himsell he designed and built the 6th 
CO wardroom and he accepted other proiects such as Christmas card representative and the 
trying task of second class company commander Not enough' He also decided to attend a 
three week summer camp youngster summer. Some place called Fort Benning airborne 
Sgt Stillborne' Still not enough rolling in the dirt' Dude decided he wanted to waltz with the 
marines in K-8ay. Hawaii A real grunt he is He cracks me up " 

Lile was not always a bowl lull ol cherries lor SI G in fact, he spent many days in the pits Two 
problem areas which existed for the gent who looks like he walked oH ol the cover of "GQ" are 
academics and women The two can be likened to a marathon race Chris was always running 
from the shadow of the dreaded AC-board," Nevertheless, he always managed to win. place, 
or show On the other hand. St GQ could not run last enough to escape the hoards of women 
who were running after him A girl called "Jo" managed to claim the prize early m this race, and 
Chris was forced to beat the others oft with a stick tough lour years, pal' 

Thank you lor sharing the good times and being there during the bad times We wish you the 
best ol luck in all that you do Until we meet again, may God be with you always Beat Army 
Marine Air forever 

Timothy S Thomson 
Morgan Hill 

Political Science 

Tim Thomson. , 

'- Sixth Company's number c 

aturally the only ma)0r 1 

5 country — now c 

1 physical educatic 

Virginia Tech. rendezvous a 

I School Whatever 

, P-cola and diving in the Keys 

Joseph E. Tofalo 


New York 

Applied Science, Computer Science Track 


Afada Mundo 

School, was an Eagle Scout. , 
Plebe year Joe earned the t 

■ what , 

Here he went to Catholic 

idding me' 

Flem and the Boys. 

Plebe year Joe earned the name Stanley B . but then he lell in with Flem and the Boys, and 
those days were long gone Youngster year Joe loosened up and was reportedly seen in Daytona 
Beach wearing a Michelob bucket on his head He discovered Dahlgren. Hood, the Docks, a 
Black N. and Computer Science Second class summer was a blur ol bus rides and beer; sky 
high. Dam Neck (who's room is this anyway'), and Yang Food 

Joe never skipped a beat as he embarked on the academic year. 2 lor 7. the Stones, the V I . a 
4 with Riordans every Wednesday. U N C F . and tacit resistance Joe discovered a veritable 
horde ol women lusting lor him He had girls in Utica. Georgetown, all over the Far East, and an 
Angel in Delaware 

The years were long, but went by all 

large place in our ..ca. .^ .v> ^^ 
Thanks Joe. see ya in Orlando 

a blaze ol beer, girls, and most of all Iriendshii 
place lor everything and everything in its place " There i 

It always be i 

Joe. whether he's under water or lace down on Devreau> : 

626 6lh Company 


James M. Andreano 

Maple Shade 

New Jersey 

Resources Management 

Navy Supply Corps 


Jim began his Navy "adventure'* after a bnet 
stop at MMA He immediately impressed every- 

abihty to weasel out of trouble Jimbo quickly 
became C B and Bnd's boy and earned him 
lame on fieldball and batt football fields Ever 
mindful of his physical appearance Jim would go 
on weighthfting sprees (or 8 straight weeks in 
order to get into top physical shape but would 

the I 

away Always in avid collector ol souvenirs. Jim 
would stop at almost nothing to get one Like 

ly fade out of the limelight He did. however 
show everyone how much of a wonderful reck- 
less skier he was Jimbo gamed much noteriety 
by being the first and only person ever to fall 
asleep on a ski lift When Yeknom had to much 
energy from his marathon sleeping sessions he 

the ■rip-lip" The fight would 
inevitably with our hero being soundly humiliat- 
ed Cool daddy took full advantage of First class 
year Not to many people took advantage of the 
"Andreano libs" clause in the MHP Jim even 
prepared (or a possible marine career by mak* 
ing many amphibious landings at the seawall 
What more can be said? It there ever was a way 
to have fun Jim would be sure to find it. What- 

Jeffrey H. Armstrong 



Marine Engineering 



After being a pretty straight guy during ptebe 
year. Stretch came to his senses and acted hke 
a typical bnar (rom Kentucky should From the 

■67 Chevi 

came to Annapolis in 1979 and he has shot (or 
the Navy rifle team for four years even though 
he had better luck shooting for girls around 
here He was adequate m theis area From a 
Door mouse to a Kentucky filly to a little bird 

I Robir 

I Baltimore the > 


i always been busy Howe^ 
m from more important t 
USNA with the full mten 

DC service selection' Jeff had plans 
ing through the undersea world but 
else didn't Oh well Sooner or later 

Robert A. Aronson 




Nuclear Power 


Waste wad' What more c 
king of the TY people Bob \ 

^ thes 

poor pepper picker Bob s folks were so happy 

to Florida without telling him Bob came to 
USNA all set to be a EE major Then he saw the 
light and became a Math major so that he could 
watch John Wayne movies during study hour 
when he became a firstie As a young low life 
plebe, Bob decided to become one of the few. 
the proud, the YP jocks Scamps, as he affec- 
tionately became known, set his sights on com- 
mand of one of those awesome grey hounds of 
the Severn Through hard work and the use of 
his purple and orange knee pads. Scamps was 
able to gam the throne and become king of the 
YP people Bob's future looks quite promising 
By the time he's 35 he'll be bald and have 
strange looking children One things for sure. 
when Bob gets deployed to the Caribbean he 
won't need any Coppertone. GS II. you missed 

Scott L. Brummett 




Air Force 


It's not often an Okinawan grow 
real live cowboy, but Scumr 
that (his dad being in the Air Force helped) 
Living in Texas, which he now calls home, most 

cowboy From having 
driving a red pickem' 
Academy. Scott lived up to 

jillos i 


good points which made up for his being fron 
Texas His aunts farm m Ocean City led ti 
some of the biggest adventures and to somi 
wild partying, golfing in a cornfield, spaget' 
fights, and zoom-schwartz-profighano A bette 
tail-gater organizer cannot be found in the bn 
gade, and for social events on Friday night 
Monopoly, Uno, and television were the order o 
the day and night His ideas of fun included 
little gray wagon and the only room with a rac 
ing car set Scott has now set his eyes on thi 


I Ohic 

! and no studying 

7th Company 527 

Lawrence A. Bryla 

Ft. Walton Beach 



Navy Air 


Larry came to Annapolis on a ■goat" (Pontiac 

type) from the beaches of Florida 

accepting a 

briel pause in Newport He came wi 

h dreams, a 

guitar over one shoulder, and a trun 

k of albums 

A student ol Nietzsche. Larry unde 

went a diffi- 

cult selection of study to develop h 

mself into a 

true whole man Always a per 

on to build 

himsell and his beliefs with as muc 

T knowledge 

as was obtainable, Larry taught h 

mself more 

than the professors possibly could 

The enure 

time at USNA was spent behind a g 

uitar playing 

the intricate tunes ol the master 

Jimi Other 

less devoted moments were spent 

norizontal or 

reading philosophy The latter c 

used a few 

grey hairs lor his roomate with th 

Wowi Can you believe this ' 

■ Weekends 

gave him blessed relief when he s 

rapped him 

self into the cockpit of the all-powerful 400 

From there the destination was uncertain, but 

no one ever got there in a shcrte 

time From 

point A to point B there was no one 

better, with 

horse Per 

sephone is hear , but tell me Larry 

, who cares 

The true individualist who believe 

d in diverse 

ideas tended to maKe Larry uniqu 

• among the 

long blue line However, anyone wi 

h a problem 

could always approach Larry to 

be supplyed 

with a novel, yet effective solution 

As the men- 

tor wondered, so shall lab Will it b 

urn me il 

1 touch the sun, so big, so round 

■ Pensacola 

will be richer when Larry and his 

machine roll 

home Soon the machine will get m 

ore powerful 


Trace L. Callaghan 

Applied Science 
Naval Flight Officer 

I T Race ye speak of? 

Over tpelds lined v. 

the disconcerted safety- 

Brian J. Corcoran 



Systems Engineering 

Navy Air 

Brian Corcoran, former 'man witl 
tooth", comes from a family m W 
sons have used every method to a 

of the brothers, and thus had no cl 
attend USNA At the Academy, he e 

)tball t 

paper Brian swallowed his systems courses like 

you He regained his car privileges early by 
working closely with the company officer during 
his time as company sub-commander We wish 
Brian much luck as he takes to the air as a Navy 

me, he becar 

Daniel N. Dixon 
Silver Spring 
Navy Air 

Dan IS one of the few mids whose sleeping 
habits actually resembled those of a normal hu 
man being Often in bed before study hour even 
started, he forced himself to stay up til 1000 
when pressed with an assignment that was due 
in two weeks Much lo the frustration of his 
insomnious rooommates. his QPR seemed to 
be inversely proportional to his hours spent 

enough r 
cutting h 

somewhere around 12 7 due to all the courses 
he taught to his less scholastically inclined gym 
nasties mates That brings us to his prowess as 
a varsity Navy gymnast His hard work and dedi 
cation earned him team captain honors And 
with all that to keep him busy he still had time to 
get himself engaged He took it upon himself to 
save the post oflice and Ma Bell from bankrupt 
cy by writing a letter every day to his high 
school sweetheart and then calling her up to tell 
her what was in it Dan's idea of taking his girl 
home after a date was driving 1 500 miles to St 

most out of the weekend, though, he got la^y 
and |ust bought her a plane ticket Dan was .i 
hearty contingent of the rumbles circuit and the 
Pink Panther defense force, specialtzmg in man 
datory showers and pinK bellies He ts the co 
holder of the world record for consecutive 
heads of a nerf soccer ball with 1.133 Who will 
ever forget the awesome meals and flowing 
Molsens at the Dixon abode ? Dan really did lake 
good care of us and for his friendship and loyal 
ty he scores a straight 10 

528 /th Company 

Robert J Fields 

Toms River 


New Jersey 


Electrical Engineering 




Bob— alias IP— came to USNA from the 


shores ol New Jersey to find his place in life 

(wherever that is) Always in search ol a party 

i Heal oil 

(even when he wasn't invited), and arrived on 
the scene in his jacket (not washed since plebe 
year) and standing in his lamous T-square 

prowess. Bob was the lone surviving EE (alter 


many all nighters and writing down magic incan- 
tations) Bob provided that 'oh so simple " an- 


Robino was a well-intentioned hardworking, and 

a good Iriend. and we thank him lor always 

bringing up the rear Good luck in the nuclear 

Nicholas A. Filippone 
Little Falls 
New Jersey 
Aerospace Engineering 
Naval Flight Officer 

Nick came to Annapolis from New Joysey. 
and though you'd never have guessed it. he 
brought with him a touch ol class but tust a 
touch Nick tried to fool us all into thinking that 
he was always quiet and reserved, not that he 
never was, just that he was not so qmel when 
out with the boys, and couldn't always be de- 
scribed as reserved While 
canny sense of dignity, for ; 
usually possible to pry Nick 
for a party or two As early as plebe year. Nick 
could have been found explaining to a watch 
officer why he couldn't spell his own name late 
on a Saturday night- not that he wasn t scholar- 
ly, only that certain 'things' would get m the 
way of reporting oneself to the powers that 
be '■ Nicks wit was always close at hand 

Perhaps Nick will be most remembered for 
his eight seasons with the N AD S The memo- 
ries here are rich and the Inends he has made 
Witt be life-long Sailing at close quarters for so 
long with 

. formed a bond t 

3ig Nic 



whether it be the Porsche he ( 
pie good taste for the finer 
seems, though, that he has tw 
his car ts taking the back seat 
Nick's interest since l-day I 
aviation and there's a tailhook waiting for him 
the fleet. There is no doubt m anyone's mii 
that Nick will be very successful m the Navy f 
the simple reason that he is a good man 

, always been 

Victor M. Genco 
Political Science 

Captain Vic, as he w 

progressed, Vic tried to convince us he 

stud by combing his hair neatly and dnv- 

g his car in a very obnoxious manner He 

dn't fool any of us He always managed to get 

Jessy C, Gogue 



Applied Science 

Marine Corp 


Jessy came to USNA after a quick stop in He\ 
port He still hasn't adjusted to the states- pla 
ing Christmas carols in October and eating b 
nanas by the bunch Plebe and Youngster yeai 
found Jessy sailing on constellation by day ar 
through Applied Science by night 

Coming back from spring break Second clai 
year - he started asking some strange questiof 
-but that's ok- Elame is great and Guam is st 
where America's day begins The entire cor 
pany will always remember the Guamaman 
warm hearted generosity 

7th Company 529 

John P. Greenway 




Air Force Pilot 


Back pn 79 vwe got mlroduced to a cntter that 
even Rondians didnt know lived dov^n near the 
everglades swampland — most people call him 
Shme Dog 

Now you have to figure that anybody that can 
get tagged with a name tike Slime has got to be 
a unique type ot person This guy earns his 
name every day of his Me. but when you cross 
beer with a Slime Dog. that's when true slimeli- 
ness IS defined Like the time at Army plebe 

have a room on the 21st floor of the Sheraton 
How about that Holiday Inn Fiasco when back at 
the hall the Slime Dog played crazy puppy, then 
a nervous little puppy, then one unconscious 
puppy Now. not everybody can say that 
they've seen Shme streaking through their 
sponsors back yard! The Shme Dog tikes Ocean 
City I don t thmk that OC can say the same 
thing about Shme— especially the nice people 
who run the castle at Old Pro Golf That nervous 
puppy syndrome can strike anywhere How 

1 OC V 

I that 

rachute landing fall 

from the 

second lloor' 

Now Iha 

everyone gets the idea o( what true 


IS like, lets t 

Ik about his women 

Lets face ■ 

Slime, youve 

picked some real los- 

you. you decided that 

It wasn't a 

)ad Idea at all 

If you could name an 

average s 

me woman 

t would probably be 


like Stonelace 

When s the wedding 


Living w. 

h Slime isn't 1 

30 bad— as long as he 

keeps his 

ocker door sh 

t- Doesn t everybody 

keep their 

shoes in the 

r conlocker? Easyo- 

graphy ha 

n t been too 

rough on shme-be. 

sides, maybe now he can 

get a |0b when he goes 

back to Inr 

mokalee Hey 

rumor tha 

Shme grows , 

the front seats of Air 

Force lets 

Fly high. Pai 



Matthew J. Gubenski 



Operations Analysis 

Navy Air 


This stellar midshipman arrived 
delphia the night before Iday He i 


Omar was one person who got his mo. . 


worth ot uniforms issued After the first »*-- 

plebe summer Kilatso knew what he wanler ' 


become - a cheerleader He failed so he seinea 


to be Navy's premier 351b weight thrower 


Thing about Matso- yes 1 know there aren't 

many - was his ability to double as Jimbo ar>d 

^'.J, .■,:*-.* If! 

catch all the ?'. » for him' Matty could not be 

outdone when It came to eating kielbasi. or any- 

thing else for that matter Youngster year saw 

the Bear go into hibernation He even slept as 

his two nerdmales tried to burn down fifth wing 

Matt did wake up enough to have a few good 

times He invaded one Maryland trat but left 

his shoes m the bathroom-don t ask me why he 

took his shoes off m the bathroom Second 

class year came and Matt took out his ir..;- 

tions by teaching his roommates a ne» ■■.■ 

thng lesson every Thursday night He wjs 


engaged in serious competition with his r. 


mate to see who could sleep the most r..., , 

during the day Mr Hugebenski took to the 

.-.'" i'ii'*i« 

slopes at Christmas and everyone else got oft; 


this was only normal because most people 


teared for their lives when they saw him expert- 


ly making his way down the slopes on his back- 


side Finally First class year arrived and the first 


lieutenant went wild Few will not forget the 


classic Tarzan imitation on the rope swing at 


Oebby's party Matt will always be remembered 


as the biggest friend anyone could have 


Mark J. Hellstern 

Marine Engineering 
Nuclear Surface 
Stymie came to the Academy fresh out 
thereabouts (If anything at 

I Cleveland is fresh 

1 dedic 

always had plenty of time for El We all re- 
member a pleber during our Youngster year 

kept telling us that the Lt asked him to help 
her Seriously though, his room has been a ha- 
I engineer for days and 

Michael D. Hinton 



Applied Science 

Marine Air 

The Doctor 

His hero's have always been cowboys, but 
Mike was dropped on his head one too many 
times as a child and decided to go to boat 
school After a brief stop at Newport, this illmi- 

Doctor. tor his 
; and the opera- 

females, enjoying married life at Carols 
of Second and First class year (you cou 
your watch to him on Sunday afternoons 
came back at 625 every weekend) Whe 
not over there, he's at the training office chat 
ting with her or else on the phone at nig 
hours and hours (Guess who?) His pull i 

the Surface nukes . 

(hopefully) grad schc 
long before we can s< 
Best of luck always 

tor. for his smoothness off the court 
his profs completely ignored the C 
shot and charm and he grappled with onecum- 
seh every year A one time zero company com- 
mander. Mike became a strong force in elevat- 
ing the attic to its professional void It didn't 
take the Doctor long to realize the recuperative 
powers ot a long-neck bud Whether he was 
salting his hand at beef-out barfies. eating 
whole boxes ot bisghetti or getting awesome m 
a cowfteld with Bluto. Michael always found a 
way to drown his sorrows in fact, when a bar 

I build his rait. 
)r laugh at ACC 
see the doctor 

Ding his operating from a cock 
r the trail leads its sure to mc 
Duntry music, and Ed Justus 

530 /th Compa 

3ft took 001 hBf^y^j' 

David S. Karson 
Physical Science 
Strategic Weapons 

It was obviously going to be a long four years 
tor Dave when tie burst into a fit of laughter at 
the first sight of Uncle Ritchie Though the up 
perclass noticed Dave for his league-leading de 
merit tally, we all looked for him when a gutsy 

himself to "Wildman" Admiral Rickovers clone, 
Conrad's right hand man And who will ever 
lorget the classic question asked during that 
infamous plebe summer brief, 

Ac year came along and Dave proved to be 
quite the scholar That lasted until the memora- 
ble day when he fell in love with the Wallstreet 
Journal To say Dave is a competitor, though, 
hardly does his justice He refused to sail in less 
than hurricane winds, having no less than half 

because of his midnight trots to parole 
when he started taking change for the 
Bridge and his passport with him, we beg. 
worry You'd think that would tire him out 
his marathons were just a warm-up tor the 
tie royales" that took place upon his re 
There are stories about intimidating 
Dave was the most feared plebe 
pany Jeff Bright and Q-ball won 
until he's locked up somewhere 
adventure is unmatched as well! Gone flying 
with Waldo, lately? Or perhaps you've been 
busy hitch-hiking 1500 miles m your whii 
Since Dave was such a busy guy, he didn't 
ways find time to take his clothes off bef 
taking a shower Sometimes he simply stuck 
head into the sink for a quick shampoo, even 
was 5 minutes before formals. How about th 
homemade batches of ice cream? I guess 
tired of eating 7 pounds of someone else's r 
ipe. All kidding aside. Dave will always be 
inspiration to us all! 

t Sleep easy ».- ^m 
His sense of (F _W 

James L. Koeller 


New Jersey 


Naval Flight Officer 

Scary Conehead 

This extremely scary individual came to Ca- 
noe U from the Mmi-Manne Academy in Texas, 
the breeding ground for concheads The Duke 
earned his title of "sweat" by spending endless 
hours on term papers during weekends jusl so 
he could have them done 2 weeks m advance 
Living up to his motto ol "no pain, no gam" this 
don quixote of the 0-course didn't run il, he 
attacked it! Being smart for a History major, he 
finally found out that it was easier to go over the 
obstacles, not through them Although Luke 
thought he had tnends because of his wit and 
pleasant personality, the only reason he had 

chip cookies, which were the size of your hand 
and arrived once a month Luke gave thenn out 
in a manner that scrooge would be envious. 
Luke was a major asset to the company, acting 
as a source of unity, because everyone wanted 
to kill him He also acted as our backstop during 
the Softball season and amazed everyone with 
his base running ability Finally, the man with 
the bluto arms is wished good luck in the future 
and may he never be a copilot for the man m 

Michael M. Krechel 

Wesley W. Lyon 


West Ishp, Long Island 


New York 


Naval Archetecture 

Navy Air 

Nuclear Pov^rer 



Blondie came to Annapolis in the summer of 

Wes ■Came'. •Sailed", and "Graduated" 

■79 only after his parents dragged h.m from the 

From a yacht club on Long Island to Canoe U , 

boomtown of Kunkletown, Pa His quiet manner 

the nautical life at USNA was not unfamiliar to 

and silent disposition made it seem as though 

Wes, the Son of King Nautalus Wes was one of 

he was never here Truth is. he never was. Blon- 

the few aspiring Narcs who met the challenge 

die spent most ol his time unconscious in bed. 

Sacraficing evenings in the wardroom watching 

.1 1. ross the river shooting birdies on the golf 

TV. and those sailing parties every other week- 

,r^e Youngster year Gumbanni emerged as 

end, but all of this paid off He got his Nuc 

,. .- ird in the classroom, as well as on the 

Bonus His presence echoed throughout Ivloth- 

1 rketball court These were second loves 

er B as did his low command voice On a cold 

iiiough, as 'the Blcnze" spent most of his day 

winter evening the halls of Mother B remained 

combing his hair or lifting weights to build up his 

warm from the heat he alone generated Wes 

body. Its a good thing he became a-juh-hulk 

was not around a lot He was usually out on the 

cause he had to beat the girls off his body 

water looking for those wind shifts and changing 

every weekend Second class year Blondie went 

currents The few people who did know him 

wild. He became company chauffeur during the 

knew that he was a good friend to have As he 

weekends and the getaway driver during "the 

explores the glowing depths of the Seven Seas 

infamous night at gate 3". All this adventure 

we wish him well Good luck and Happy Sailing 

kept Blondie in great shape First class year His 

weekend |0gs to the stadium to pick up the 

Scirocco will long be appreciated by the beef- 

steak barfies boys First class year brought a 

drastic change m Blondie When he wasn't try- 

ing to imitate Rip Van Winkle, he was giving the 

area girls dancing lessons on the weekends. 

At this writing Blondie is clueless (like the rest 

of us) about service selection But no matter 

what he does after graduation, it will surely be 

top of the line Just like anything else Blondie 

has done Quit it Blonze. youre killing me 

7th Company 531 

David A, Magness 

Tipp City 



Marine Corps 


Alter being discovered as an infant by Ruth 
Magness behind a stalagmite in a cavern in cen 
tral Ohio. Dave |Oined the already overpopulai 
ed Magness clan His high school graduation 
present consisted of a one-way ticket to Annap 
ohs. a toothbrush, and the book of Navy songs 
This ended his dream of an Ohio state career 
Plebe sumnner was first on the list ot great ad- 
ventures for the big guy His super performance 
on the pep field and his cave yells helped to 
secure Smacknesss position near the top of 
the platoon After surviving the wrath of Foy 
and Wilson the rest of plebe year came easy 
Youngster year found our hero attired in higbee 


on. Mags continued i- 
,how, much to the c 
roommates These 

not go unnoticed, and everybody s 
overflo. Mr Pep, was rewarded wi 

efforts and some super efforts by s 
types, and the Marine Corps will n 
same But m the words of the t 
Dave!" Good luck. Caveman! 

Gary D. McCarthy 






When Gary joined the 
really leave home, he just came to school oo 
weekdays Being a local resident, Mac's parties 
soon became an institution Plebe year, we fig- 
ured Gary would be hearing June week wedding 
bells, but G soon gave up his chesty ilaltan 
high school sweetheart tor the wild side of life. 
Youngster year Mac switched roommates m 
hopes of listening to John Denver, but instead 
was bombarded by Willie Nelson and Tom Scott. 
To get away from the rigors of Academy lite. 
G.D would stay up till 2 in the morning with hi$ 
guitar and favorite female vocalist (Academy 
style) It was no wonder he would wake up so 
crabby after the company he spent his ntghts 
with Second class year Gary was stuck with the 
Briar and Texan once agam, for further refine- 
ment Finally seeing the light G D had gotten 
totally out of engineering and settled mto a real 
major With the help of northeastern bank. Gary 
finally studded out and traded m his Japanese 
rickshaw for a real machine Now that he had 
the proper wheels to impress the ladies, all he 
needed was enough gas money to make it rol. 
Coming into his final year, his parents migrated 
to Colorado, leaving he and his 2-28 to make it 
on their own During his free time, G D can be 
found at U of M , Ocean City, or on the slopes. 
As far as a career goes Dmg-dmg' Omg-ding! 
McCarthy arriving 

l^y Submarine 

Shawn Kelly Messer 



Physical Science 



Dubed Juan his plebe year, Shawn ca 
USNA after first attending the University c 

brother of the illustrious Kappa Alpha Ju 

Mark D. Neff 

Santa Rosa 


Marine Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


Mark came to the Academy < 


L that I 


company, Juan was deported 

jmpany his First class year due 

beyond his control (via the 

Juan, an avid patron of Fran O 

a member of good standing and 

an of the D&D spent his spring 

r^ \ a ladys 

W^^ 'T' OntoMI 




man. Juan would charm the ladies off 
t or grab them in a headlock, which 
med appropriate to him at the time 
le choosen Annapolis six. Juan was one 
founders and original inhabitants of 
oint Charlie where the Tubborg light 
emed to dim and the laundry besides 
ings had to go out routinely A real war- 
true (riend to the end. Shawn will make 

squaring con 
year the Glee club acted as escorts for the Miss 
America Pageant 1 dare you to ask him if Miss 
Georgia or Miss California are still writing Al- 
though he enjoys light reading, he says it is 
important to have an engineering degree But 
why Marine Engineering? I guess he is serious 
about going "nuke" afterall 

On a brighter note. Mark landed the position 
of producer for this year's musical "A tunny 
thing happened on the way to the forum ' He 
seemed to do fairly well as coach of the second 
battalion water polo (seventh company watei 
polo team that is), with a strong 7-3 record, jusi 
missing a three way tie for first place They still 
however, had the best record that second bat 
talion has had tn over five years 

Besides being an excellent DA for his con 
duct case, Mark claims that his most significant 
accomplishment is his helping to establish .i 
strong foundation (or a bible study and prayer 
group within his company Good luck with your 
girlfriend, new car, and spending your "nuke 
bonus May God bless you for your faith and 

532 7th Company 




Dale W Owen 




Nuclear Submarines 


When we think o( Spaz. t 
comes to mind is "Goats n 
"Mown Tea" The 

he flaming 
r a 3 8 cum 

first thing tl 
dead yet" z 

quently giv 

> responsible for passing 
s in Advanced Calculus 
One of the Spaz's goals has always been to be 
ranked higher in the class than in the company 
and he almost made it After graduation. Spaz 
wants to spend all his time at the bottom of the 
ocean in a metal tube catching neutrons In 

won't leave him alone His| 
is stupid enough to go out 
not good enough" We dont thi 
be good enough for you. Dale 

o women, the Spaz 
away but they just 
ilosophy IS "If a girl 

Mark L. Powell 
Applied Science 
Marines Corps. 

What most people love about Mark is his g< 
tie peaceful nature Usually a sensitive guy. 
goes by the saying. "Speak loudly and carry : 

i dedicated professional 

not-sobig slick ■ He It 
who reads "Soldier of 
insists on being ICOR not to mention the duties 
and respons.blities thereof But who can forget 
his latest treatise on power Some of his great- 
est thoughts came to him while sitting on the 
holiest seal in the company Oh. life's simplest 
pleasures, he says Someone should keep fire 
out of his hands, though II it wasn't Sth wing 
that got burned it must have been his check- 
book Yes. Turk IS a mid of many ways James 
Dean would have found a rival there m the back 
of that pickup, complete with leather jacket and 
knife The question is whether they would rival 
their coolness or smoking habits Even Ration 
wherever he is. would be proud of the bruleness 

Carlos Ivan Rivera 
San Juan 
Puerto Rico 
Mechanical Engineering 
Navy Air 

Carlos' eccentric personality has earni 
Puerto Rico a dubious reputation during his to 
years as her only representative m our cor 
pany His taste, especially in sports cars, is hig 
ly respected by his classmates Among I- 
many peripheral areas of expertise. Carlos is i 
excellent card player and a very sharp dresse 
He has constantly amazed his classmates by f- 
keen level of awareness of his surrounding 
Years from now. when we think of Carlos, v 
will remember his favorite quotes; "The ha 
must not be struck" and "Take it lad. it matcl 
es your outfit better." 

Anthony C. Rodgers 
San Francisco 
Special Ops 

kicking until 3 am 
commonplace in the Rodge 
ever forget the rescuing ol 

side an upperclass 
oow and lighting his way 
rumble hungr 
about those plebe trips to the ' glutes and 

All seriousness aside, company commander 
Rodgers was befriended by all lor his easy go 
ing. unselfish and humorous personality We all 
know his recent successes are only a small por- 
tion of the great achievements Tony will accom- 
plish in his future. Best of luck— Meathead! 

7th Company 533 

John Rupp 
New York 
Applied Science 

Naval Academy 

Philip G. Savage 




Nuclear Power 


Biutes came to (he uncoiiege with some o( his 
(riends (rom Ct Only knowing songs by the 
Who. the Stones, and the Beatles Sav had 
some problems first set bemg ranked ahead ol 
only one person. Herbie Second set. Lee was 
able to get Phtl into the program Validating half 
ot plebe year. Bluto started his track recofd m 
the academic world and was able to get enough 
coaches to maintain a 3 9 He became one of u» 
who have loved and lost while enjoymg his plebt 
year, but no big loss Youngster year found Va- 
ben m garbage court for a long year of listenvif 
to the Doctor and Cave complain From hitch- 
hiking after a tailgater to bealmg on Butch to 
playing the air guitar. Youngster year came and 

Phil restricting lor lirelightmg school, eat.ng 
spaghetti m Q-town. seeing Petty m t l 
and swimming in the ocean with sorr..? 
boys Second class year found Sav con 
and complaining Living m the attic and i-s-. 
to Rupper eat, Phil became good Inenos wun 
his buddy next door All ol these problems led lo 
Biutes making regular walks into the real world. 
but not too many walks back. I E beefsteak 
barfies After waking up from First class cruise. 
he led the platoon during second set First dass 
year saw Phil as the company commander ct 
the boys in the Rotunda and awaiting his future 
as a bubbiehead Anyone who dared lo venture 
into his room found out how sharp wntted Bluto 
can be More than sharp witted. Phil is just plain 
sharp Good luck. Sav 



Steve A. Savery 




Nuclear Submarines 


the Naval Academy to get some rest Then after 
he got well rested at Canoe U . he would go 
home to get some more sleep at the beach 
under the Florida sun His house served as the 

. nipany Hilton, as the entire company seemed 
t.jke up residence there during the annual 

it ,ng break exodus to Florida Sam had such a 
, u ising personality - like a surface to air mis- 

1. he would shoot you down everytime 
leve" was the perfect room mate because he 

...v.iys knew what was going on ■ like who 
,1 .1 care package Although constantly t 

heads, Sam always managed to guarantee I 
sell time off lor parties, his sponsors, anc 
course, the rack Not only did he excell in 

Daniel L. Schroeder 
Wisconsin Rapids 
Nuclear Power 
Little Old Man 

Dan Schroeder, alias The Little Old Man'. 
The Mole Man ", shuffled his way to the United 
States Naval Academy Irom the cranberry bogs 
of Wisconsin Once he got to his destination, he 
burrowed in for tour years He exited his burrow 
occasionally to perfi 

words, however. il you got him talking ab 
Toyotas or Physics, he began to sound like I 
Hutton The only thing different between [ 
and E F Hutton is that nobody listened to D 
The Little Old Man always had time to help c 
er people, but he spoke m parables which w 
difficult lo decode Dan is used to dealing v 


This I 

willing to ge 

St and would always be 
d to help a needy person 

md a key player in tnsbee football Well 
best ol luck in the future H you need any 
in sil-ups or in keeping the girls oil your 
, just give your old roomie a call Until then. 
I eat to much ice cream on your sub 

1 Physics major with a 4 cum, and ranked 
nd in the class Well, Dan. we are not going 
tss you The Surface Nuclear Navy will be 

same without you 

534 7th Company 

Harry L. Tillman 

Mechanical Engir 
Surface Nuclear 

Harry < 
being an NROTC-boy Harr; 

beer, and people who 

3 packing his seabag t 
1 and The Boat School on the Severr 
Hank is from Fredericksburg. VA which 
any Civil War buH knows is the s 

!ruggle against r 
I aggressic 

( twenty yards 
outside his back door steps 

Edward Victni 


New Jersey 

Resources Management 

Navy Air 


Looking back, it almost seems that Ed spent 
more time at the University of Deleware than at 
the Naval Academy You see. Ed was a married 
man the day he arrived. |ust ask Deb Plebe 
summer went well lor Ed but academic year was 
a diHerent story It was not his grades but small 

I the ( 


which caused Ed to pay big as Rich's boy How- 
ever, this didnt stop several plebe weekends m 
Deleware How bout those SMA's! 

Youngster year Sweatty Eddie began to study 
with a towel in the library and spend long hours 
in the weight room Ed's bulk-up earned him 
respect as a fat youngster, but he gamed con- 
trol and became known as Physical Ed ' Physi- 
cals Opel was only a bike ride away and made 
for many great escapes when it ran 

Second class year came and went, and no 
one seems to remember much Who could for- 
get how Phystcal had everyone fooled as com- 
and designated color man of 

Ed I 

1 Key Largo i 

thing by fending oft shark: 
■Cool Daddy" for three « 

Ed began first class year by letting a quartei 
keg slip through his fingers and onto the trunt 


ned I 

and broke his leg No mere cast could 
T from his memorable performance at 
5 house The cast did keep him from 
IIS new Firebird, though 
als service selection is a mystery to 
; including himself, but whatever it is. it 
lose to Deb. and hopefully not to far 
■ good friends he has made here 

Carl D. Weber 



Mechanical Engineering 

Navy Air 


Rubes always was a little different - after 

mind would want to go to the Naval Academy, 
yet alone come here after a year at NAPS and 
pick IVIech Eng as a major 

Rubes always wanted a two man room so. 
after a few weeks into Academic Year, he talked 
Murph into quitting Striving to be at the top of 
his class by getting his best grades ever. Rubes 
was rewarded by being fourth class company 

James L. Woolley 



Physical Science 

Marine Aviation 


Leaving Geneseo, III , Jin 



Youngster > 

really well for Rubes i 

I high . 



Second class year something happened to Carl, 
he finally had to start studying His Mech Eng 
courses taught him grades were not the most 
important thing in the world, but someone for- 
got to tell the Company Officer 

Being a typical fvlid. Rubes bought a sports 
car and if it wasn't for some stupid driver who 
stopped in front of him. he would still have it 

Rubes was always very competitive in Com- 
pany sports and even let Bluto win in raquetball 
once in a great while Rubes enjoys sailing with 

dier Carl was always willing to help anyone, and 
y all as the Best Man any- 


ed submarine life was not meant for him 

As a graduate from NAPS. Jim arrived at An 
napolis determined to undertake the challenge: 
that the Naval Academy had to offer Immedi 
ately, the big fat red kid distinguished himself a: 
a smack. I mean as a f^^idshipman of unmatchec 
pride and professionalism Youngster yea 
found Jim a regular at the conduct office f 
simple greeting to the oow, " f^flama's don't le 
your babies grow up to be O D s ', after a com 
pany dining in, a leisurely sleep on Worden Fieic 
only to be picked up by the deputy comman 
dant: and an early morning swim m the Severr 
River were only a few of his numerous accom 
plishments It was experiences such as these 
coupled with his artistic ability that enabled Jim 
to produce legendary artwork for The Log * 
Best of luck to you Jim at the basic school You 
will long be forgotten, 1 mean remembered by 


7th Company 535 



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536 7th Company 

Lacy H Bartee. Jr. 




Supply Corp 

"Take a Knee 

Lacy came to th 

Irom the sunny sli 

ores ol Pensacola. where he 

grew up as a Nav 

brat Immediately he began 

to excel. As he took the honor as the lirst plebe 

in our company t 

faint during our first formal 

personnel inspect 

on But he managed to sur- 

Vive the rest ol th 

e year in good fashion 

Youngster year 

brought us a transformed 

Lacy who was much more holy than the one we 

previously knew He started out by proving he 

was not the worst 

drinker in the company, only 

the Batt Commander with small explosives, but 

was unsuccessful 

At the close of youngster 

year. Lacy starte 

his reign of terror on the 

preachers daught 

er First his sponsors dog. 

then a townie wh 

used his car to date other 

guys and returne 

It with a broken tail light 

Then Lacy met wh 

he thought was the girl of 

I far. , 

just a fond 
ther USNA 

Lacy IS also known for holdir 
record, the most number of sponsors held by 
one Mid during his tour year stay He seemed to 
come back every weekend with a new sponsor 
II was great being his roomate during this year 
because he always kept us supplied tn goodies 
they would give him and also there was hot 
coHee and toasted bagels tor breakfast (How 
did he do that') While at the academy. Lacy's 
family moved to Augusta. Georgia following his 
father's retirement Fortunately, they told him 
of the move and he was able to join them there 
when he go the chance It is easy to see why 
they told him Lacy comes from a lovely family 

God, a good God. and a hard God You could 
always trust him to be there when you needed 
help, and to lend you that helping hand The 
navy is getting a winner in Lacy God bless you. 

Linda M. Bolan 
State College 

Political Science 
Navy Pilot 

Linda Boland. like uh. t 
Ya know She's like uh. 

extremely ma ■ ■ - 
a heck of a lady She spends 
playing bball as a guard lor 
IS Basketball team What an 
athlete' At times she can be found b-boppmg m 

perhaps, going out dancing and getting the l.ttie 
happy feet Yes folks, let's not forget about the 

Believe tt or not. there isn't a professional 
side to this woman Hopefully, she will become 

ler room or the steerage pretend- 
I knowledge But then agam there 

as a lot going for her Her good 
■ry her a long way through life and 

studying i 

Michael J. Breen 

Mitchell E. Cart 






Physical Science 

Naval Flight Officer 

Navy Air 



tvlilton came to the 8th Company from a radi- 

Mitch came to Annapolis from the world of 

cal upbringing in Colwyn, Pa His stupendous 

Navy Air at NAS Lemoore with one goal-to fly 

physique soon earned him the nickname -Tub- 

He thought Aero would be a good maior to at- 

by." which stuck in spite of his best efforts By 

tain that goal, but Mitch doesn't always think 

the end of his first Saturday night plebe year. 

right By the end ol first semester plebe year. 

Tubby tried swimming on the floor of his room. 

he saw the light (and his grades) so he eased 

then in the shower, and finally on Les' rack 

Always one to help another. Tubs began to 

Not known for his hard work. Mitch was a 

tutor Howard in Sex Ed, kind ol like the blind 

perfect candidate for the sailing team His plebe 

leading the blind After his good start. Tubby 

year roommates pushed him towards another 

went into youngster year full speed Most Satur- 

goal- to graduate with as little effort as possible 

day nights, he would be seen rampaging 

Most of his time Youngster year was devoted to 

through the halls or chasing girls (') We all 

his R C planes, his stereo, and observing the 

noticed his need for glasses after seeing his 

nightly shows of his roommate Second class 

conquests There were old ladies at the Wharf. 

year, he found some new pursuits-his car and 

Buffalo Bartio at the company party, and of 

skiing, with academics almost forgotten as usu- 

course Dahlgren will never be the same On the 

al. While looking for the easiest ways to pass his 

Booze Cruise during June Week, he even 

chased after the Ludes girl 

good grades He liked summer classes so much. 

Second class year. Tubby slowed down a bit 

he decided not to go home first class summer 

by shaving his head (it took awhile to notice. 

Mitch was forced to alter his plans slightly. 

though, because there never was much there) 

but he should do well as an NFO (if his study 

In Memphis, he took a liking to Swedish girls, he 

habits don't stop him) Good Luck in the years 

even went so far as to follow one everywhere. 

ahead, hopefully hard work wont get in the 

on first class cruise. Tubby found a way to outdo 

his shaved head As a surprise to everyone. 

Tubby came into first class year with a bright. 


shiny tatto (he forgot that ■'Officers dont have 


tatoos") With a car. Dahlgren became safe-sor- 

Tubs was definitely a dynamic member of 8th 

Company, one who will be missed by all, regard- 

less of his aHinity to the class of 82 Good Luck 

as a P-3 NFO and may your future be as inter- 

esting as your past 

We came, we partied. we graduated The 



8th Company 537 

Michael Emerson Chavez 



Physical Science 
Marine Corps 

In 1979, the Marine Mental Asylum 
pre-manne to 8th company ready for ( 
training Somewhere en route the man 

worlds first live Teddy Bear Being a world s 
first. Teddy needed to set some standards to' 
all future "Teds" First he established that Te^ 
dys could drink, but not very much Next, he 
decided that Teds once drunk, should relieve 
their aching stomachs in strange places (i e 
youngster rooms. Burger King, movie theaters. 

The third and last standard our Teddy estab 
lished was that he should be very lovable, espe 
cially to female profs, younger girls, and uni 
formed members of the opposite sex How car 
we forget his grades m Gale, History, and Eng 
lish plebe year (or how he earned them)' Ther 

company youngster year (Gee, thanks Ted) 

By first class year, Ted was well acquainted 
with a certain young cheerleader (Sir. you now 
have 10 minutes till ) Once Ted finished 

establishing his identity, he began m earnest his 
USNA professional developement He drank 
with the Freds and sweated with the Pups On 
the geek side he was our guide-on bearer and a 
regular on 8th company's semi-annual top ten 

One ! 

, always able 

roll \ 

needed him He was everybody's friend and will 
be missed when he no longer "roams " the halls 
God Bless you, Ted and good luck in the Corps 
We came We partied We graduated 

Donald W. Clause 
Aerospace Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Don Juan Bancroft 

hrough plebe yea 

when he was promoted to 

rted attending B.sh s par- 

with his "flaming ' secortd 

class and h.s squad 

mother to Chick 4 Ruth $.1 

4 am on Sundays 

DC lived up to the 

oidaddageof awo"-i- - 

•very company 

)onno recovered 

qu.cklyCI though .,- 

hose problems Iha 

mesticity went else 

where Ciausedog ou -■ 

10 have an aflm.ly 

ormed type Oh w 

ell At least who we'> 

was number one' 

ground, well foot 

after a bout wr 

eloped into") a srr - • 

the highest order V 

»e wont bother to lis' 

conquests but let 

t suftice to say thai --. 

proud Too-bular'ii 
Don remains an aero major {sooner o 
go general) against all odds, mc 
f Navy air ' Marines ' ' CEC '"An 

ust no subs for this fair haired. all-Amer>t 

rom next door as history dictates m the : 

■23 (8th CO . Ed". ■Rosey '. Texan roon 

S-51) un-nicklay dude 

•Imagination is more important than 

edge ■■ - Santa is living pfool Thanks I 

help 'Ronald ■ 


Thomas W. Dacey 

Hauppauge, Long Island 

New York 


Navy Air 


From Long Island. God's country(?), Dace 
came ready to drink beer and go Navy air Real- 
izing what had priority for the time being, Dace 
(Oined "the boys" and immediately became one 
of Its leading partyhogs 

One of the first things noticeable about Tom 
was his love of sports, especially rooting tor the 
Yankees. Rangers. Giants, the Irish, and the Pe 
ruvian National Softball Team At times he even 
did more than just cheer for them, just ask the 
guy in Baltimore with the broken nose Not only 
a tan but a participant is well, Dace spent a few 
seasons on the football, lacrosse, and sailing 

wrestling " at the Hilton However. Dace's favor- 
ite pastimes were beer and blondes, although 
not particularly in that order Tom's taste in 
beer was unquestionable -he drank the king 
His taste in girls was also rarely debateable 

Nobody in eighth company will ever forget 
Lois, and on (he other hand. Lois' fiancee will 
never forget Tom Dace was always quite silver 
tongued with the ladies, as a certain Missouri 
girl will attest to One of Tom's highest honors 
came at the end of youngster year when he 
herame squadron leader of the Bar Angels, a 

th.inks to Mike and Vicki for keeping the squad- 
ron Kying 

In closing It must be said that Daces, humor 
■ind friendship will be missed by many around 
(he tiall, especially by this writer God bless you, 
lorn Thank you, John Remember the bridge . 

the fountain and the lownie We came 
We par lied and We graduated The Boys 

Roger P. Guseman It 




Nuclear Power Submarines 


Rodney came to USNA from the backwoods 

of Rut-Rut Ohio He started out 

plebe summer 

on the wrong loot with 'drop foo 

• Rodney had 

•The Ballad of the Green Berets 

He liked this 

tune so much that he puked all 

over the |uke 

Younster year. Rodney discovered Daihgren 

Hall and young girls How young was young. 

well. lUst say that the bubble gum that they 

chewed only stuck to their baby 

eeth Rodney. 

being a lightweight in drinking. 

wanted to e« 

tend his talents to athletics Eve 

fall Rodney had to lose ten pounds |ust to play 

football with the little kids 

Second class year. Rodney 

was too busy 

time for fun He did find the tirr 

e to sleep at a 

Charlie Daniels concert and w 

estle a co.isl 

guard cadet Rodney not only e 

xcelled m aca 

demies and athletics but most 

mportantly. in 


f dolphins and 

glow with the worms We came. 

we played, we 

John A. Holland 



Physical Science 

Marine Air 

John came to Annapolis ( 
one of those small obscure 
most midshipmen seem to oi 
tion here that seemed to hav 
impression on John was 'hit' 
ing his "youngster afternoo 

guy who made i 

through high track Chen 
book Not wanting to shov 
up Physical Science as . 

Nancy Lynn Ingerson 


New York 


Marine Corps 


Nancy came to the Naval Academy from the 
thriving metropolis of Elbridge, New York We all 
knew her soon as that little girl that laughs all 
the time " Nancy definitely made life here more 

her rifle (on her .t looked like a 106mm 
tzer) Nance may have fooled many people 

her ultra-professional attitude, but she 
' did know how to have fun (Youngster 

tail-gaters, company dimngs-m. and any 
■ opportunity that arose) As Nancy went 

Though her 

I dealings with mem- 
lere a bit shaky, she 
was right tor her a 
ye with (Mr and Mrs 
)ked on Nance as our 
1 more than that She 

! Good luck and Godspeed 

Gregory A. Lester 






Greg came to us from the swamplands of 
southeast Missouri, with a Confederate flag un- 
der one arm and a picture of Kathy Owens un- 

didnt lose the war we're waiting for supplies'. 
Greg was always able to humor us Statements 
such as "I'm getting up at three to study ". 
"Your pants wouldn't fit either if you were thirty 
pounds underweight on 1-Day", and the always 
popular -There is no such thing as an ugly den- 
tal hygienist " became legend After Greg's fian- 
cee decided she had better things to do than 
wait around for him. Greg decided to study ani- 
mal husbandry His efforts finally paid off when 
he and his prize winning toad were immortalized 
in the Log Greg never understood Yankees, 
especially New Jersey girls One should have 
been a San Fransisco girl, and the other almost 
made his first June Week a truly unforgettable 
experience Greg's biggest surprise however 
came at Youngster Year Army when he learned 
that sometimes you really do sleep m motel 
rooms Second class year saw Greg become a 
Bar Angel Many hours were spent at the local 
Hilton practicing our maneuvers A special 
thanks goes here to Mike and Vicky tor the 
required logistical support Greg added spice to 

the same without him God bless you Greg and 
good luck in the fleet Remember the bridge, 
the townie. and the fountain WE CAME WE 


James H. Loper III 

El Paso 


Applied Science 

Marine Air 


Jim came to the "Big City " of Annapolis from 
a dairy farm outside of El Paso He quickly 
proved he was not a loudmouth cowboy, but 
only a soft-spoken teet squeezer At first. Jim 
spent his time looking for "wet-backs " to come 
in and clean his room cheap Coming up empty 
he knew this wouldnt be like home and he 
would have to work He soon had the system 

problem keeping 

right . 

: quickly i 

Angels, a high performance drinking team, who 
put on many a show at the Hilton Special 
thanks to Mike and Vicky for keeping the squad 
ron flying Jim also proved you can take the boy 
out of the farm, but not the farm out of the boy 
Many a night Jim thought he was home and 

favorite times of the year is the fun we have 
after the Army-Navy game These will prove as 
some of Jim's fondest memories We will always 
remember Jim by the little idiosyncracy he pos- 
sesses It seems Jim always had to be chewing 

the farm when he was home, and saved up 
enough to buy himself an "82 280-2X But Jim 

ught ii 


! day after 

car. It lay dead m Baltimore, the city we hav 
grown to hate But on the serious side, Jim is 
morally strong individual and a true fnend m th 
strictest meaning of the word The Corps is get 
ting one of the good men they are looking for i 
Jrm God Bless you. and good luck in your cc 
reer Remember the bridge the fountain 
and the townie WE CAME WE PARTIEO 


8th Company 539 

Kevin M. Lui 



Physical Science 

Naval Flight Officer 


Navy expecting 

Charles F. O'Brien 



General Engineering 

Navy Air 


Charles F O'Brien, more commonly known as 
Charlie. O B and One Beer ventured to USNA 
via NAPS. Irom the wa-nee-nee waves oi . 
Mass As a plebe Charlie was very outgr . 
strived to excel He did an the gooc ■ 
smack should do and finished plet>e yi- 1- 
(lying colors In order to celebrate his v 
loion to Youngster. Charlie decided one '.■■— 
end to otter the CDC a drink Sixty da>5 .■.•■ 

Led Science 


.ad aga.ns 

g career ended so he 
moved on to other sports (namely girls) His 
favorite sport was derived from Youngster box- 
ing. II was chasing Donna s bo/friends around 
St John s yelling he'd rearrange their faces 

His conduct trouble over and his girt probtems 
solved (by the arrival of Sandy to RM 5328) 
Charlie loined the boys at the beginning of Sec- 
ond class year on the CDB movement order m 
high spirits But woe fell once again on Conduct 
Chuck He became the first mid to be appre- 
hended by the O D for WWI that s nght. wall- 
ing while intoxicated U 8 on the breathalyser) 

^dad sa cop I 
FBI after yoi 

) this, he'l 

itude didn t 

became Charlies favorite hangout 

First class year Charhe relied on (reudian psy- 
chology to pick his new idol His ID idol (Its all 
Tim's fault) and superego idol (my dads a cop) 

« », afds and 3 1 

Steven C. Oda 

Kathleen M. Owens 




New Jersey 

Naval Architecture 


Nuclear Submarines 

Naval Intelligence 


Kathy from Delran. New Jersey She ma 

Steve game up a quiet (?) existence in Hono- 

jored in English and crew for (our years. Afte 

dropping her soaked crew clothes in a come 

distinguished himself early m plebe summer as 

shed run to glee club or Catholic Choir She' 

being very professional (he perspired a lot) 

looking forward to a career in Naval Intelligenc 

Who can forget his waxing the floor at 0230 with 

starting in Sigonella. Sicily 

a pocket flashlight as he quietly sang the Laws 

of the Navy to the tune of 'My Bonnie Lies Over 

the Ocean" We continued to wonder what kind 

rifle with a fixed bayonet and practicing stab- 

bing and garroting his roomate Obviously a Ma- 

sion for marching {destined to become Brigade 
Drill Officer and Drill Team Commander), a ca- 
moflaged blanket, 3 complete sets ot camies, a 
collection of Soldier of Fortune maga2ines. his 
own copy of FIVI22-5. |ungle boots, and his be- 
loved copy of the poem 'Infantry the Queen of 
Battle" Though Steve loved the green the only 


gained a fine offi 

marine Corps, who just 
Though Steve has always 
iis professional attitude, he would 
hair (what little there was) to be 
boys (will he ever forget, or re- 
ny 81 ') As Steve heads down to 

t TA 

(TA-6 6, WS-6. 4 wheel - 


Mark D. Phillips 



Applied Science 



Mark came to the Academy from Pa: 
Ohio via the NAPS detour Blonde hair and 
eyes together with a wrestlers frame gave f 

didn't take him long to show us lust how n 

mer Mark already had < 
first Wuba. a habit which he would continue well 
into his senior years When Mark wanted some- 
thing he knew just what he had to do to get it, 
even if it meant crying a little Mark had the 
enviable ability to meet and tall in love with a girl 

with Janet or in MacDonough 
practicing his 
Mark lettered in wrestling every year 

four years His ability to face adversity with a 
his passage 
through this instil 
ing stuck in the 
while your clothes are in 
handled by any 

Holbrook J. Schurman 

Chevy Chase 


Ocean Engineering 

Marine Corps 


Brook hails from Chevy Chase. Maryland 


because Brook breezed th 

ough the fir 


h no serious mishaps He 

usually was 

1 away friendly guy who you couldn t fir 

:h - well almost There wa 

s the time 

broke his foot on the 3 foot ram 

on the 


Yes. he did pass, but he 

still spazze 

out Wh 

lie were on the subject of 

athletics, ho 


hose bouts you refereed during 2 

year A 

man with the reputation 

of letting tl 


slug It out Charlie for su 

hat deal 


If Its blood and guts tha 

you like. If 


Corps IS for you They wi 

be getting 

1 may God be with you 

Adolph C. Scissum 



Mathematics (Operation Analysis) 

Marine Corp. 


Adolph's early Naval career was molded by 
how to dog and rap with the ladies Many nights 

Paul D. Shankland 


North Carolina 




Paul came into the arms of Mother 'B" after 
deciding It was better to come to USNA and tly 
than to go to USAFA and walk Upon arriving at 
the Academy he immediately found a way out of 
Plebe summer — crutches Once Academic Year 
came around Paul needed a vacation so he 
checked in Room 5317, USNA s answer to t- • 
Hanoi Hilton (I'm sure Kevin and Joe feel ti- •* 
same way, Paul) While there Paul learned lo 

volunteer his mothi 
she showed Chns ; 

. Paul V 

:ided to teach the I 

lumbia, you could f 

! Chris 

don Unfortunately his answer was everybody 
else's question Eventually. Shanks did a "180 " 
and has since been doing much better in the 
world of girls Right, Lynn, Kathy, Kim, Anne, 
and Kay' (Sorry Harold) After his intra 

brigade affair, Paul mamly concerned himself 
with two rescue operations, namely, his grades 

1 going i 

everyone I 

Paul already 

Chris or "Roller" as his friends called hirr 
was definetly a ladies man, You can ask any c 
the wardroom girls and they will speak highly c 
Chris Every three mounths you could hear c 
Chris and his new lady But being Chns" ace 

means Shanks 
but especially b 
found their girls 
developed a cc 
Good luck out II 

: Reg.r 

^w. Hopefully I 
will learn what good judgmer 
will definitely be missed by a! 
/ all those boyfriends who hav 
leaving them for Paul and hav 
mptex trying to find out wh; 
1 the fleet, Paul, even if you d 

and \ 

cowboy hat or 
1 a good family a 

T S V P Thank you I 

8th Company 541 

Timothy V. Shindelar 



Physical Science 


The Shindo 

The Shindo. a legend in his own mind Shindo. 
didn't want to come here straight out of High 
o Oregon to play lumber 

living instead ( 

Figuring NAPS wouldnt pre 
pare him enough tor the rigorous academics jt 
the Academy, he went to another prep school 
lirst Upon arriving at USNA, Shindo was so im 
pressed by the black-trame study glasses and 
the briefcases that the Trident Scholars car 
ned. that he decided he was going to be a Tn 
dent Scholar Shmdo spent every spare mo 
ment he could studying, even while the rest ot 

USNA, every summer, studying hard His spe 
cial interest areas included EE and Calculus 
Youngster year Shmdo found the car of his 
dreams, a Pinto He especially loved the hood 
ornament, namely Donna Shindo was quite the 
playboy, his most famous aquisition being the 

ness. Shmdo proved on more than one occasion 
that no window could get the better of him" As 
for his professional attitude, Shindo loved m 
spections He used to go down to Mam Office six 
times a day. 7 days a week to get inspected A 
very economical person, Shindo wore the same 
tie all four years and only changed his linen 
once a year, thus saving the Navy millions on 
costly and unneeded laundry service Ever won 
der who REALLY threw the Anchor Bell in the 
Santee" Dragging anchor and disappointed 
with Nuke Power. Shmdo decided to go into the 
Marines to be a lean, mean, green flymg ma 
chine "Am I crazy, Jeff?'", "Quick! Help me, the 
shoes are attacking, AHHHHH!". 'Let's go ge' 
FUBARed'"", -LATER!!!!!"" WE CAMF 




Andrew G. Skehan 


New Jersey 

Apphed Science 


The Bird 

Andy came here oH ol exit 8 ol the N.:-,^ _.j' 
sey turnpike and verities ttie tact ttiat people 
growing up in tt^at state try to leave it as soon m 
possible' While here. Andy survived via tti« 
medical chit I think he saw Or Aronen mora 

I leit < 

eating, sleeping, snoring, and talking t 
the phone He also liked "the great c 
becuase he always talked about mov>r 



Kathy I 
year' (i 

elongschoc -^ ^, 

d arrived, the beer 

rching Daihgren and ev«n 

had dates to 

Andy WW » 

;ved more mail from 

npany got the entir* 

r Bird. 

t give your little red 
a bone don't stop you car at night to look at tha 
engine, and joioba won't save your hair Good 
luck in the Marine Corps, and may God htip 


Stephen J Thoresen 



Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


Steve arrived in Annapolis with his 
kitchen, and Speedo goggles m ham 

okworm His grades became good enough to 

Celestial Nav He had three stars himself. 

m a constellation (Thorax), and 

quite well the theory about how 

them Steve also held some records 

vy swimmers in the breaststroke (he 

learned that there were three things you don't 
do to Steve Wake him up. take his food, or steal 
his bread board Steve also helped make the 
CDB movement order a success, however, we 
didn't let him bang his head against the wall or 

a gas pump 

We came, we played, we graduated!! The 

Douglas J. Wadswortf- 

San Juan Capistrano 



Marine Air 


servative Californians. Doug worked hard 
whatever he did Unfortunately the law of 
minishing returns caught up with this you 
1 during his second class year and 
orts a new identity as an LI M Not o 
nything get him down for long. Doug h 
o pencil drawing and solving pu7?les 

gel I 

lor ■ 

of Doug's other accomplishments, 
ude a good 'ol Youngster love?-affair 
nior fling, one totalled car. the reading 
"Conan" novels and never missing 
his daily dose of Jackson Browne (for sanity 
preservation). This die-hard Marine aviator 

brother- may our Lord's blessing be with you m 
the years ahead- 
G R W 

54? 8ih Company 


Jeffrey S. Weis 




Marine Infantry 


ing capital ot Am* 
After a short stop at the North American Party 
School, he arrived at Gate Eight ready to go 
Always one tor a challenge. Jetf learned the true 
meaning of the word by havmg to live with Sum- 
merdog and THE SHINDO Jetls two mam goals 
at the Academy were majonng m Chemistry and 
seeing that his less than cerebral roommate 
graduated Jetf not only earned two diplomas. 
but had an overall GPA of 5 0, 3 for Jeff and 
2.0 for THE SHINDO Not only was Jeff the 
squared-away midshipman, but he was also the 
kind of guy who always had the time to help you 

reer at USNA, JeM decided to opt Marine thus 
saving the Corps millions of dollars on unneed- 
ed haircuts since he was going bald anyway Jeff 
will be a welcome addition to the Marines, so on 
that note I release a -CLASS-A' guy Best of 
luck, and don't forget the pretzels!! As only I 
could know you, your roommate SLOBBEN!!' 





Kim E Williams 

Political Science 
Naval Intelligence 

Little Red" came to 
lions (o play volleyball, I 

Gymnastics w 

busy plebe year, a particular 1 /c with the same 

name kept her occupied With Youngster year 

came the arrival of the "red bomb" and many 

trips to Georgetown via Aunt Ruthie s 

Hecht's parking lot. a broken muffler and on 

to Florida with Will, Jeft and M Will you ever be 

able to forget that fateful nighl wandering the 

streets of Orlando— or will you ever be able to 

remember what really ■ 

at least Dad Williams does still ) 

were late for dinner cu/ Debbie told us that 
short cut thru Tampa A nice girl. I'm sure The 
trip ended along with Will, but m came the star 
of your hte your first date in SDB's and then 
you found out he asked you out on a bet 2/c 
year began your tirst of many separations when 
your flyboy left for P-cola, but still you managed 
to have a good time some how — don't worry, I 
wont tell 1/c cruise was on the stump and 
what an exciting cruise we had in drydock We 
kept moving even if the ship never did And 
wasn t It nice of "BJ " to give you a 62" for 
your good efforts! "Bird neck auto"-what a 
night and what a nde we had on the captain s 
horse A Texas weekend and a diamond ring 
made Enc your only As you begin your new life. 
never forget the precious moments and friends 
you made here And Kim. always r 


Joe D. Wilson. Jr. 



Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Surface 

Dr. Slim 

On July 6, 1979, Joe Wilson, Jr reported to 
the U S Naval Academy with the attitude that ii 
nobody bothers him. he won't bother them, and 
everything would be cool! Well, by the end ol 
plebe summer this tall, skinny kid from HuntS' 

Glenn R. Woodruff 



Political Science 

Navy Air 


Glenn-Bob drifted to Annapolis 
shift at Sony Corp , a short tim€ 
Diego, and a three-year enlistment m the sub- 
marine Navy What everyone is still trying to 
figure out (himself included) is why a long- 
haired dope who spent more time at the beach 
than in high school (where he majored m horti- 

Through plebe year Joe was s 
upper class asked him any type c 
he learned to hide his disgust a 
trouble Since Youngster year J( 
has been Adolph, an acquamtar 

Third class ' 

beautiful young lady 

When Second class year ca 
was buried in Mechanical Engi 

. sleeping c 

for Christ- 
Kimberley Little This 
obviously out of Joe's 

e important things to do, 
ing study hour, writing let- 
»rs to his girlfriend, and long weekends in At- 
inta Also Second class year Joe went out for 
rigade boxing and lost in the semi-finals May- 

C San 

California to the Naval Academy Once here, 
though, in keeping with his laid-back, casual ap- 
proach to life Glenn took the 'Poli-Sci, QPR- 
high ■ route to graduation (for a short time he 
considered becoming an engineer, but heard 
that all-nighters were bad for a fighter pilot's 
eyes) Glenn's great energy and motivation to 
perform both physically and mentally innspired 
us all (just ask him about all the books he 
brought home over chnstmas leave) Glenn 
seemed to be under control until this year when 
he was suddenly hit by a serious case ot the 
"sponsors' daughter syndrome (How does the 
song go' — "Jenny I've got your number ) 

olis I A D After graduation, we will nonetheless 
see Glenn later in Pensacola May the Lord 
bless him throughout the future 
D J W 

'ed for Joe D 
Wilson, Jr During the summer be bought a car 
which he could hardly afford In between cruise 
and plebe detail, he finally got engaged to Kim- 
berley When the academic year began Joe 
found himself struggling as a Mechanical Engi- 
neer and his grades too low to get an early 

luck maybe Joe will get that Nuclear Surface 

Good luck to Joe and Kimberley! Dr Slim 
Dr Slim was here! 
Dr Slim graduated!'!!!'! 
***•• Alpha Phi Alpha •• Spring '82 

8th Company 543 


544 8th Company 

Chris M. Ballister 


New York 


Naval Flight Officer 


Chris tumbled his way into the uncollege on 
the Severn from Rochester. New York He start- 
ed his plebe year off on what can only be called 
a "classic"' start After passing through the 
doors to Halsey Field house, Chns came down 
with a case of the flu. (He was sick of school 
even before it startedi) Since his roommate 

spent most of plebe year finding out what he 

this? what IS this thing for'" Once AC-year 

started Chns spent all of his free time over at 
the Gymnasium He made the vansity gymnas- 
tic team and managed to letter three years and 
pick up an ■N" star along the way While Chns 
was being good to Navy sports they managed to 

ii gav. 

■ autographed by all the medical staff Chris did 
f 'manage to learn that there is more to life than 
: i^mnastics, (chopping fire wood, raking leaves. 
pis roommates care packages and wine in I6-02 
(tumblers') Upon graduation Chris hopes to go 
HfO but first a little tad at USNA as a gymnas- 

ijood luck at P-cola, check six' 

e had long 

Bryan W Bigger 



Mechanical Eng/Physics 

Marine Corps 

Bigs Daddy 

There were two fiascoes in 1961 The Bay of 
Pigs in Cuba, and Bryan "Bigs Daddy " Bigger's 
birth in Houston, Texas Eight years later, while 
participating in a third grade recon raid on girls 
lunchboxes. he was hit on the head by a 
Scooby-Doo lunch pail, jamming his volume 
control on loud Ten years later he hit the deck 
plates of Mother B. fulfilling 
pursued Bigs came with 
shoulders, even though i| held no hatr 

Bryan validated many hours which he used up 
marching E (EWE-RAH') He chose a double 
major, and wasted his summers at a mynad of 
Marine Corps amusement parks. 1 e , Airborne. 
Mountain Warfare, Force Recon. and S E R E 

Second class year had its ups and downs On 
the upside A 70 Yellow vette, and a Naval 
Academy Ring On the downside A blue Dodge 
truck that looked as if it had been pulled from a 
swamp, and only a five year commitment 

First class year arrived, and Bryan was still 
(miraculously) a double major This didni stop 
him from enjoying a few illegal weeknight jaunts 
out of the yard His vette could be seen 
screaming out of the yard at 3 06 (excuse me 
Bryan — 1506) on Friday afternoons on his way 
to the Goucher Country Club 

Despite the fact that he always made his 
presence known. Bigs was always there to give 


Joseph S. Boddiford III 

Marion C. Brown 

Glen Arm 







Navy Air 



Joseph "Bodds- Bodditord III came to the 

Marion Brown woke up one morning yearning 

boat school after an illustrious four year career 

for adventure, hungover (as usual), and looking 

for a chance to get ahead in the world So. he 

school He arrived on 1-day with memories of 

joined the Marines! Some people will do any- 

Ocean City sunsets, football championships. 

thing to get out ot rural Washington After work- 

and nights out in Towson An ambition to be a 

ing his way up to lance corporal, our baby-blue 

Navy lacrosse player and obtain passable 

marine was offered the chance to go to NAPS 

grades helped Bodds to survive plebe year He 

His reply "NAPS' What s a NAPS' " Newport 

was lucky enough to be able to take his frustra- 

agreed with Brownie sand, surf, sunny skies. 

tions out on his roomatethat pool little ole kid 

rich girls, and gay bars Plebeyear was good to 

from Cecil Dining out Chits with Mom. Dad. and 

Lance (Woody decided he needed some name 

Kate were the saving graces for this local 

besides Marion), as he was on a first name basis 

pleber It didnt take long tor Joe to realize Rt 2 

with half of the class of 80 But Brownie took 

-f Rt 100 -f Rt 3 -^ 1 695 = freedom' With 

care o( his friends, and his friends took care of 

plebe year over Bodds dove head first into being 

him After a hard night drinking with the rugby 

an upperclassman During his youngster year 

team, he left alittle surprise in Lt Hansen's car. 

and a buddy carried him up to 5-3 with the 

morean (Loyola high school) who would be- 

BOOW close behind (He ain't heavy, he s my 

come famous as the ■ Rhino'' Now a Math ma- 

roommate ) And our happy-go-lucky jarhead 

|or Joe found Zs more attainable, while using 

geek juice to combat unwanted Zs 

long and tiring romance with Becky youngster 

RCC. whimper sessions, the God of Geek, 

year, he was dropped in the dirt and all that was 

Buddah, rm 5461. and the love squad are a few 

of Joe s favorite topics Summers at Annapolis 

self But Brownie found true love first class 

included pig outs at Chick N' Ruths. GTs at the 

year, and the fact that she was engaged >: 

chart house, and. of course, trips to and tro B- 

more Bodds' three dreams, to drive his own 

made the most ol those long weekends and his 

'Vette to the sounds of his hero. James Bond 

sponsor's boat And those three-stnper libs 

(which almost caused his roommate to go in- 

sure came in handy, even for a platoon com- 

sane), get a USNA school ring, and graduate 

mander (Hi Lynn' Is my laundry ready' 

from the Naval Academy have all come true He 

Where's the beer') Since the gods at Naval 

IS leaning towards becoming a pilot and is often 

Reactors laughed m his face Brownie will be 

caught daydreaming about P-cola and his first 

returning to the Corps Whether it's Marine 

solo Whatever community Joe finds himself in 

Corps or Supply Corps remains to be seen. 

we all wish him the best of luck! His sharp sense 

since all the pressure ol life here at Canoe U 

of humor will be appreciated wherever he goes 

gave our boy an ulcer But Brownie will surely 

We are all looking forward to seeing him in the 

muddle through life the same way he muddled 

future-knowing that laughs will be shared and 

his way through the Naval Academy, in the 

good times brought back to lite! 

rack Aint English a goodly major' Good luck. 

JLJ. Jr. 

buddy See you at the wedding rep 

9th Company 545 

Christopher S. Colon 






The Rican started out his ( 
foot by being plebe summer 
bald-headed PA system named Brggs Dad- 
dy" Actually, things worked out pretty well be- 
cause they had so much in common {I E -being 

from Houston) Being at USNA actually u 
pealed to Chris After changing to the Condor 
for a roommate, life got back to normal '■: - 
Chris Endowed with a unique sense of humor. 
the Rican could always be counted on for a 
laugh His talents included wrapping his jowls 
around his head, losing his temper and walking 
through garage doors, and putting his best side 
forward for pictures (the side he usually sat on) 
After a couple of years of desperately search- 
ing for (he love of his life (he even considered 
going G Q to meet more prospects), he met the 
woman of his dreams - the girl known as "Heiia 
cious Elena" Ever since this turning point in his 

, Chri 

rted 1 

the racer bug for a family-sized Monte Carlo i 
We all know that the Rican will succeed m 

anything he tries tand wish him and Elena the 

best of everything, 

P S Hammers, bricks, and condors don't 

Thomas R. Crompton. Jr. 



Political Science 

Naval Intelligence 

Duke of Miami 

In order to attend USNA. Tom followed 1 
example of most Americans and (eft Miami Hit 
being a second-generation Academy man had 
both Its good and its bad points He was deter- 
mined to do well and was a frequent member ol 
All-Star team ■. y»t. I 

le 59'er 

iar Tom would carry on family traditions 

Old Goats' were disappointed to find that he 
approached the Academy m a professional 
manner, obeyed the regs. and remained unmar- 
ried Seeing politics as the driving force n al 
things". Tom majored m Political Science aryj 
could be found reading volumes of booki ana 
writing scores of term papers He worked hat6 
and, often times, played even harder In fad. a 
memorial erected m his honor should some<li5f 
be found m yard gouge The pinnacle of hil 
professional career was serving as the Brigade 
Administrative officer where he excelled m the 
generation of useless paperwork After under- 
going several miraculous transformations down 
jT Bancroft medical, Tom hopes to jom the ■>- 
'eihgence community and serve m the invisible 
■ '••ne of defense" 

Godspeed Fpotu 


David S. Eguchi 
Physical Science 
Naval Flight Officer 

Gooch came to USNA an aspiring prior enlist- 
ed nuke who wanted to major m Electrical Engi- 
neering and go nuke power Dave spent r 

nd true love while at USNA in 
wi Zl-R After being a member 
are club during Second class 

of the ultimate 

: service selectior 

cycle racer" as an opt 

Bruce R. Eikenberg 

Physical Science 
Marine Corps 

Hailing from Belair. Maryland, Bruce turned 

order to attend USNA Despite the fact that he 
was educated under the Baltimore public 
school system. Bruce received an appointment 
from congressman Bob Bauman whose 

judgement we still question to this day He 
chose to major in Physical Science because he 
considered engineering trivial as evident in the 

Displaying an unselfish attitude. Bruce made 
great efforts in preparing his many roommates 
to be responsible citizens in the civilian world 
and went out of his way to make others look 
good in order to groom them for big stripes His 
success at the Academy can be attributed to his 
uncanny ability to accumulate the gouge as well 
as finding time to devote total concentration 
towards academic endeavorzzzz Bruce's mdis 
putable laughter, combined with his "baw 
lamer" accent made him a favorite with ninth 
company Seeking a challenging career m the 
Marine Corps, despite what the inside of his ring 
says. Bruce's cheerful disposition and easy 
character should make him a welcome addition 
everywhere Uh-rah 
T R.C 


Edward H. Feege. Jr. 
Political Science 
Naval Flight Officer 

A one-legged man hopping through a mine- 
field - that describes the Feeg during the past 
four years Coming (rom suburbania eastern 
Pennsylvania. Ed had one and only one dream 
in life ■ to fly an A-6 single-handed under the Bay 
Bridge and nuking the hell out ot it But after 
losing his eyes by rubbmg them in his Advanced 
Calculus course to get the tears out. he opted 
to go poly SCI and NFO Not that Feeg is all work 
and no play Just ask him about the Gobbler 
during plebe year and about Ami second class 
year (nice haircut) And it he wasn't going new 

and Talking Heads, he 

can of Copenhagen and Ry Cooder 

The Condor has always been an adventurer 
though hang gliding, (lying, camping But he 
always seems to end up in trouble, like getting 
fried for kissing his girlfriend m the Reception 
Room, apprehended in a top secret area by 
security police, or rolling a certain female gate 
guard with his car second class year Like, the 
trouble is Anyway. I'm sure Feeg will finally 

turn out good in the fleet, just as long as he 
doesn't get fried in the meantime. SlC EM. 

Michael H. Hapeman 
Applied Science 
Nuclear Submarines 

It seems only millemums ago that IVIike Hape- 
man left the enlisted nuclear program, boarded 
the wrong plane and found himself withm the 
cloister of the uncollege Being a native of Seat- 
tle. Washington. IVIike found life here a bit differ- 
ent from the West Coast and his old alma mat- 
er, the UW However. Mike soon adapted by 
sleeping at every opportunity, a strategy that 
he has not yet abandoned During plebe year 
this ocassionally brought Mike special attention 
from upperclass and special mandatory cold 
showers (In sleeping gear, no less!) -- Just 
what the GOD ordered ■Hapes" had the dis- 

plebes to grace the hallowed hall He was known 
for his unique way of greeting upperclass with 
such gems as "Top 0' the morning to you. sir!" 
Mike joined the sailing team plebe year and 

as he capsized many times and lost 2 5 pairs of 
glasses and a watch He later moved to the "big 

Jon C. Harding 

West Virginia 
General Engineering 

brought with himself a strange ki 
and some stranger eating habits 
abuse, he immediately signed up 
Rugby Not finding these to his liki 
tually went General and went to 
The only strong points he has ar 
cars (warwagons in particular) ar 

Upon Graduation J C intends to divic 
time between raising pigs and working o 
planes. He may marry one of the former Then 
again, he might also run for governor of West 
Vigima. If Jay Rockefeller can do it. then so car 
a crazy kude-ass. You won't find a better one 
anywhere. Eat "em up. boy- 

Peter M. Gamerdinger 
Deep River 
Ocean Engineering 
Navy Air 
Alley Cat 

Peter Martin Gamerdmeer {alias Dmeer. 
Gabba" jabba' (thanks to Coach Lenz). Jammer. 
I. last but not least. Alley Cat) 
aval Academy from the booming 
) of Deep River. Conn Pete 
brought with htm a wide range of tastes His 
musical taste ranges from Ted Nugget to Van 
Halen and his taste in beer ranges from Bud- 

fhe Alley Cat ) Pete excelled m many things but 
his fortes were certainly not conduct or the 
ippiied struggle (Part I) Pete became well 
known throughout th Company (the Brigade (or 
that matter) as one who loves to parly and have 
J good time by over indulging m the (to quote 
Cpt J W Fl(ght) "beverage of his choice 
the Alley Cat. again ) What a way to go huh. 
Pete? Pete left his mark throughout the town of 
Annapolis and its surrounding area during his 
stay at the Severn Insitute Did you ever notice 
the new frame on the front door of Buzzy s II' 
Ask Pete, hell tell you all about it Where did the 
"Handicapped Parking Only " sign go that was m 
the fifth wing parking lot? Ask Pete, he might 
have a clue Eventhough Pete was not the 
greatest on the pull-up bar. he could still out run 
any O-G Duty Officer at the Army-Navy Game 
when he really needed to Pete enchanted 
many females during his four years at Annap- 
olis. Ask Rhona-Bona, The Bone Chief I. or Big A 
(didnt she date another mid before you Pete') 
about what a ladies man he is Anyhow. Pete 
has a very casual outlook on life and few things 
ever really bother him He could rarely make his 
bed properly, but he was tough on sweeping the 
floor and cleaning the mtrros (He at least 
learned something) Petes presence will be 
missed in Mother-B. but the cry of the Alley Cat 
will linger on for many Years to come 
!!!M') See you around Jammer! (is the Z-car still 

ring Fir 


moved into the realm of legend during Second 
class year as he co-sponsored several Friday 
evening "Bancroft Hall cocktail hours". Having 
Bob Ward as a sponsor during plebe year, it was 
no accident that Mike would be involved in an 
"alcohol, introducing into Bancroft Hall " of- 


■ This 

four years here having ser' 

Early Morning 
rack never for- 

lligence and witty sayings, such 
j IS well tested," will always be i 
at future cocktail parties. 

9th Company 547 

William J. Hart 
Mechanical Engineering 
Naval Flight Officer 
Mr, Bill 

Billy Hart IS a nalural born preppy (rom : 
Ions oops, Scranton, Pa begeh" Recr 

to Canoe U to play baseball, he earned his vars 
ty letter his plebe year, m rack Throughout hi 
Naval academy career, he worked hard at thi 
talent of his and has recently published "Farr 
ous Naval Rack Sayings", which is nc 
second edition But Billy's many and 

Genesees (his favorite) which almos 

always led 

to a cheese-steak rage (especially m 


Being from a rather small town in 

Pa, and ot 

irish descent, Billy tended to be on 

he conser- 

vativeside This was demonstrated 1 

y the many 

PB&Js he ate due to his limcki 

ess at the 

dinner table (he likes shark though, begeh!') 

Bill the goat has never had a staunc 

h and loyal 

supporter as Billy He showed this 

support to 

■86 even while Bill was exercising 

his Bodily 

functions The Goat Rules' t^in 


powers Bebebebebebebegeh" It 

s amazing 

how many times one could fall m 

ove in one 

semester. Billy Hart' Billy IS a prime 

example of 

the hometown boy hitting the world 

and making 

It big Although Mech E gave him a h 

ardtime he 

got through It From the small stree 

s of Scran- 

ton (he IS an excellent parallel parker), to the 

Joseph L, Johnson, Jr. 



Physical Science 



It was July 6, 1979 when jumpm' Joe Johnson 
arrived at the Severn institute He had just com* 
pleted (our illustrious years at a Jesuit Boys 
camp in good ole ' Bawlmer' , Loyola high 
school Joe impressed all 


Plebe year (or Joe 

things (duty, trouble, etc 
meant a dose relationship with a c 
Or I The first o( many love aHairsf 
at the end of plebe year She was an Anne Arun- 
del county girl (his first) who was commonly 
referred to as The South River Rocket 
Youngster year went smoothly except for some 
trouble with systems engineering and his towme 
girl Second class year brought with it more 
liberty, more studying, more sleep, more 
weight. RCC, geek juice, God of stupidity room 
5461 , and more women! Out of control times 
were rampant that year for Jumpm' Joe wheth- 
er in Baltimore, Annapolis, D C . or Long Island 
Once Joe attained the rank of First class he 
began to settle down You could always spot 
him on the Baltimore Beltway driving to Rose- 
dale in the Rocket' . his white RX-7, to see that 
special girl he finally fell for Joe s favorite ex- 
pression IS haze gray and underway , and he 
really means it He began to get ready for the 
fleet First class year by eating every meal he 
could Joe's good sense of humor, mild man 
nered disposition, and dynamic personality will 

Craig S Husa 
Systems Engineering 
Nuclear Submarines 

Craig Husa arrived on a btg jet i 
the wilds of Washington smgmg ant 

ing himself. 
Big Al tcM 

the Sun GOD that he envies 

. been real for you. cause i know 
B had four good years here, and 
ore Good luck, and Happy Skt- 

(^r;g^t Officer 


I greal guy i 

• missed 

548 9th Company 

Eric G Kaniut 
Political Science 
Naval Flight Officer 
Captain K 

■ned and groomed a 
" ng the tall 


tablished his untarnrshable halo Plebe year 
passed fairly easy and good grades became a 
habit Closets became good hiding places for 
chow calls and hop rep saved him (rem CMOD 
inspections with some o( the more colorful 

football player tends to make good wrestling 
practice Youngster cruise provided plenty of 

) go lun 


ugh I 

r t Youngster year passed by with more good 

» j grades and plenty of striper boards (when they 

i I could find him!) Second class year was spent 

t> I training crazy Joe and holding the swim team 

k I together The Second class car loan came along 

i I and Knute finally got his Z' first class year 

Francis C. Lukenbill 

John L Marana, Jr 



New York 


Systems Engineering 

Physical Science 

Naval Flight Officer 




July 6. 1979 was probably the worst day in 

John Piranha Maran 

a came to Canoe U 

the lives of most members of the class of 1983. 

from the obscure town 

of Valleio. California 

but not for Luke He reported from the small 

Being prior enlisted as a 

n ET3, John stepped 

town of Jorden. New York with a smile on his 

into the EE maior, only to 

md limited weekends 

face and a highlighted copy ot reef points ' in 

and late-nighters Phy-Sc 

finally got him in the 

his pocket, when the last note of navy blue and 

end. but now John is at 

ease and enjoys his 

gold was sung, which Luke had already mas- 

weekends John can alwa 

ys be seen setting off 

tered on his trombone Luke was ready for hie 

for another Navy adven 

ure ■ in that Piranha- 

at the Severn institute Plebe summer was a 

mobile His experience m 

changing tires at odd 

hours of the morning (Wh 

J can forget returning 

himself as the best brace up man m the bri- 

from the Army game Youngster year^) comes 

gade, and an overall great guy to dump on. even 

in handy on these roadtrip 

s, the seemingly end- 

by his own classmates Making friends was a 

less quest for the right la 

natural for Luke, and was soon given a new 

adventures pass into the 

realm of legend 

nickname by his close buddies who couldn t 

Between baft boxing, ba 

ft handball, and com- 

handle that overwhelming smell Stinky soon 

pany Softball. John has ke 

pt pretty busy, and is 

became an academic stud and also became 

next mime for Mr Pep W 

h graduation in sight. 

known as Mr Whammo down at the tables. 

John IS ready for haze gr 

smashing anything from footlong franks, to cho- 

calate eclairs, to Boston cream pies all over his 

face With Youngster year came a brand new 

pair of shiny horns for Luke With a few Buds in 

him. he became a real ladies man The Masher 

must have collected more phone numbers than 

Ma Bell herself, but where are they now' Any- 

way, we all still remember the likes of the 

crack of dawn. Whons. the Love Ma- 

chine. ' bone chief 1 and II.' and of course. 

Suzie and her Playgirl Palace How about this 

irmiess cartwheels. 

anyone's backS' 

Michael J Keating 




Navy Pilot 


A man born 15 yrs too late The college stu- 
dents of the 60's would have gladly accepted 
this man as their leader To trace this mans 
existence through the Naval Academy is in- 
credible, so a mere outline is necessary Values 
peace, love. Beatles, Hair, Beach Boys. Bud 
Blatz, 67 convertible Stangs, dizzy blondes, 
beach Hawaii, vuarnets tnsbees, surdng, road 
trips and pure unadulterated hedonism Made 
famous Thank ya bud. Hi there, Hola Norka. 
f rappin Fred Flanigan. midn deceased return to 
sender, cold shoulder Burke Lake bonlires. 
Breakfast club, tapeball, and Old Rags Ml mght 
climbing Accomplishments black N winner, 
member of Smtul Seven magic bus navigator, 
member Naval Academy Power Drinking Team, 
and winning the halloween road rally Will be 
remembered for longest hair m the brigade. 
luckiest man alive (90 what'), never studying. 
Mr Rock N Roll trivia. Uncle Sams. Va Te- 

The Fairfax Fluff is a i 

9th Company 549 

Lawrence J. McAllister. Jr. 



Naval Architecture 

Navy Air 


Mac, betng an ex-Napster, found no problems 
wpth plebe summer; except a roommate! First 
he Irved with "the Batman", then Clmt {who 
later transferred to 36). then Lake Boddtford 
moved in for the remainder of the summer 

Mac was captured by that love trap early And 
with love came the dming out chits, every week 
end for the entire plebe year But " Smokie " fell 
out of love |ust as qutckly St Valentine's Day 
found "Smokie* on the hunt again 

Mac's house soon became the crash pad for 
about two dozen mids and ex-Napsters Since 
he lived so close We'll all remember the famous 
toga, rat juicer, and pajama parties 

he took his enhs 
town Maybe th 
Presto's and lus 

of Maryland Cam 
> Mary Washington 
hat one young lass 
lis heart and bells 

i pea-c 

Larry, we n never forget your red beard at the 
end of each summer break, accompanied by 
the Dunlop tire around your mid-section Lax 
and the "fatman" helped you run the tire down 
each fall and spring 

Mac will spend a short tour of duty across the 
river at the Research Labs Then it's on to Pen- 
sacola Wherever he goes, there will be a party 

Christopher E. Montross 

San Joaquin Valley 


General Engineering 

Navy Air 


The Treaux Dude hitched to USNA on a hot 
summer day and has hated this place ever 
since The truth is that nobody knows to this 
day why or how he did it. but he always man- 
aged to get into trouble He was a mild-man- 
nered. Clark Kent-type boy wt>en he got here, 
but during Youngster summer he started dewl- 
opmg redneck characteristics He started do- 
ping, drinking and driving, and wrecking foreign 
cars He bought a real truck, a real bike and a 
real debt His taste m women was as simple as 

hands or legs, she was K with Tro" 
(bouyancy. you know) Trow was famous for 
setting and pursuing high goals, then ignoring 
them, and finally dropping them The list «• 
eludes swimming, water polo M E . Spanish. 
and God knows what else Although he is pretty 
flexible on goals, there are some things that wM 
never change with htm hke wanting a farm in irv« 
San Joaquin Valley, being best Iner^c^ . 
"Grif. thinking that Neil Young is the c- . 
cian in the world, and being a Coot-As-. 
though the Mutter was usually pretty me 
went through some pretty interesting cnang^s 
when the demon alcohol got into him (jusi a&k 
the girls with the purple eyeleashes) As a Sec- 
ond class, he got so wild at Army that he even 
tried to give a dog a bath To be fair though, he 
did stay in control enough to help out a poor, 
defenseless, incoherent J G he found m the 
hallway Although there are a lot of things to 



I've got to get stationed at 

Brian S. Ostrom 
Walnut Creek 
Navy Air 


Brian, "B S ", Ostrom arrived at the Naval 
Academy with a few years of higher education 
already under his belt After a year at Long 
Beach in sunny California, he decided to trade 
m his freedom for a short tour of Newport, R I 



■■■r learning U graced ninth company 
tiis presence freshman year as little as pos- 
.. ^nd vowed never to sit on company tables 
cvcfi il it resorted to being the wrestling team 
manager But a favorite second class friend of 
his decided that even without company tables, 
Brian would still have a plebe year. Youngster 
year brought in his stay on 5-3 once again under 
the assumption, "out of sight, out of mind." and 
in some ways he 

became popular Second class year brought out 
his true form "B S " became known second 
semester as "MR FINANCE' with hts loan 

interested m mopeds or who had rich parents to 
hy their cars Senior year saw a marked change 

fj . one wilt ever forget 'O" He always had a 
' omment for everything that went on. 
r.tructive criticism," he called it II is well 
.vri that "O" IS ready to get on with his Itfe. 

'.'■t the Woodhouse-Smitty torture sessions. 

I >i)rple silent running gimmick, and of course 

Hiopt ability to some how. some way. get out 
.inything he didn't want to do from the P E. 
st^ to a form 2 with his injuries or B.S. 

O ", we will alt miss you, but a lucky lew will 
? graced with your presence down at Pensaco- 

Good Luck" MAC 

Jaime A. Rivas 



Mechanical Engineer 
Foreign National 

Jaime Antonio Rivas Mauleon ventured to the 
US Naval Academy from Lima. Peru for his 
second plebe year with little experience in 
speaking english He was 17, slim, and trim, but 
as his experience in speaking english grew, so 
did his gut Jaime en)oyed drinking "till he 
died '■ He established himself academically and 
soon became highly respected m the company 
As a Mechanical Engineer and a member of Pi 
Tau Sigma and Pi Kappa Phi. there was little 

Jaime excel academically and alcoholically. but 
he was also a performer physically He played 
on the plebe soccer team, and also lettered in 
three out of four years on the varsity sub squad 
team (pull-up division) Jaime was paid by two 
governments and with so many liquid assets 
soon found establishments in town to back his 
liquid interests: Fran's, dockside. and Donatel 

out whether or not you were pulling his leg. and 
would not waste time letting you know He was 
welt trained by those Southern Hemisphenans 
well mannered, very proper, and liked by all 
Ask the police that walk the beat in Philly Jaime 
was a successful midshipman and will be a suc- 
cessful officer His intelligence and common 
sense, coupled with his ability to deal with peo- 

and loved by those that knew him Adios lo the 
sailor from the South Keep in touch Wipe 

550 9th Company 


Paul B, Vujica 

Morton Grove. 


General Engrneering 




Bruno. "Bo". BOHICA 

Chicago, Annapolis 

Illinois. Maryland 

Bears. Cubs. Hawks 


soccer, handball 

bicycle racing 

photography. Nikon, darkroom 

Photo Club 

Lucky Bag. Associate Editor 

Aerospace. Bethesda. General 

San Oiego. Pensacola in two 

here today, gone tomorrow . . 

always remembered 

Why does God hate the Chicago Cubs? 

Brian S. Watson 

Jeffrey A. Weaver 







Nuclear Submarines 




Scott came to USNA with the goal of doing 

Jeff entered the world ready for action. A 4-9- 

well and finding a little fun While most people 

2 wrestling season at Good or Boone high con- 

didnt know what was in store lor them on 1-day. 

vinced him that the odds were against a pro 

Scott didnt mind— all he needed was his ten- 

career He knew being a gigilo was out too One 

speed, address book and horn Plebe summer 

shot does not make a lover, especially when the 

brought the D-l-B. plebe indoctrination, and 

score came in the end zone of a football field m 

watch inspections Three watch inspections 

La Junta. Colorado The boy scouts would have 

meant three "shavings" of the peach luzz. even 

been shocked So Jeff came to USNA A physics 

if It wasn't needed While some of us didnt 

major. Jeff stnved long and hard to become one 

worry about postage stamps, mail was no prob 

of Hyman Gs He saw the light however, and 

lem for Scott His secret bet your high school 

after spending an exciting summer aboard the 

honey a steak dinner if she sends you fifty let- 

USS never die in Cuba, decided he did not want 

ters-even If they were cut outs that didnt spell 

to be agio boy JeH is quite the gentleman Who 

anything Academic year brought the brigade 

else would drive lour hours to see a girl who said 

and classes, but after the sponsors were 

"1 hope you weren't expecting anything roman- 

found. the uniform was never worn again on 

tic " and not deck her Jeff found another A 

weekends ( "Thafs what the bikes for") What 

firstie year and he is worrking hard Tracy 

happened that first Christmas' It seems that 

Weaver? Only if she is dumber than she looks, 1 

Lynn won the steak dinner, the heart of the mid. 

and soon the wedding band and the name 

If he did 1 hope he has gotten to the last live 

Youngster summer brought the boomer tour. 

hundred miles Remember buddy, 'tis the wise 

but still no whiskers With Chemistry as a major. 

man who ducks before the camel spits and 

the D-fB was dropped for more time but the 

there are three things in life a man cannot hide: 

bike was still put to use New sponsors were 

love, smoke, and a man on a camel Jeff has 

found for spot and the SDBs were in the closet 

been a real friend Who else has introduced his 

Second class year began at the Air Force, where 

roommate to birch beer, shoe fly pie. chicken 

they tought Scott to )ump out of planes, , 
tought them to jump 1 
turning to Mother B'. 

; barbecue? Good luck i 

; cheerleaders Re 

the weekends with either his Air 

hier or his coast guard brother Now, 

History watches his First class year. Scott is 

squad leader terror preparing for Orlando's 

Power school The Navy gest a good 

ficer. Lynne gets the man she wanted, and 

incroft ends the story But just remember^ 

ommates always know more than they tell. 

9th Company 551 

Paul Wilkinson 



Computer Science 



Through no fault of hrs own Paul started life as 
a Navy brat He spent part of his youth m the 
Far East while his Pop was stationed at YoKo- 

boy scout expedition up Mt Fuji where he was 
surprised to find so many cinders Paul moved 
to Arlington when Pop left the Navy to join the 
Beltway Bandits Paul graduated from high 

engineering school Rensselaer Polytechnic 
in Troy, New York There he learned all about F- 
tests, teen age alcoholism and N R T C Paul 
got tired of this pretty quickly, as you might of 
guessed, and left to find adventure He found it 
He found It all right here at the uncollege 
Paul was somewhat nervous plebe year, so Rod 
Rivera taught him all about the C-words confi- 
dence, composure cool, and calm He learned 
this lesson well and remained calm when his 
hands were tied, |ust ask Chris or Kevin He 
almost forgot youngster year at Army after get- 
ting a speeding ticket on the way up, and then 
blowing out a tire on the way back at 0500 
Getting out of systems and into applied science 

IIS cool however, when that stupid plebe pulled 
i bayonet on him during plebe detail Rod never 
ixplained crazy Good night Paul 

Mark T, Woodhouse 

Virginia Beach 


Physical Science 



Mark arrived at Squid State U fresh f 
outstanding high school athletic careei 
Beach Mark appeared to be following th 
calling as brother Bill ('81) except for on 
It was George calling, not the naval : 
Woody came to play football, and play 
both on and off the field The House 
perfect image of a Navy football player, 
gest set of white works ever made, and o 

Ralph B Williams 

Ft Myers 


Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 

Puppy Dog 

Ralph Puppy Dog, Williams came to th« 
boat school hardly knowing how to spell Annap- 
i of fun having Rod 

The Rod 

and Dan Streak for 

Puppy Dog managed to keep the grades mlacl. 
He didn t tell anyone he knew all the calc and 
chem beforehand, but you don t tell Mom to 
ditch the apple pte cause you stopped at Mac's 

Ralph thought the hectic plebe year was ov«f 
with Herndon, but the love boat cruise he rud 
that July almost overloaded his capacity for 
professional development he survived, how- 
ever, and after much speculation concerrwif 
teaching mathematics someday m high school. 
decided that mech would more likely make him 
fat dumb and happy Thus with a blade m ha 

bigger) he entered youngster year to slruggK 
the Indomitable Dynes The highlight of th« mit. 
low year had to be the 6 foot Christmas card - • • 
he's a great envelope maker — just ask artd htl 
fix you right up Ralph also got religion thai yMr 
(I guess he thought he d need it for 2, c year) — 
It went to make a good guy better if ask you me 
Second class year was something else Ralph 


^ J! CHI en* I" 

plying the rhythmic (have you ever tried to spe< 

, ,,»!rtp 

rhythmic')— 16-20 hours/ daily — breathing 


Christmas that year Ralph became a man. ! 

Chris will give you the scoop on that one After , 


ing lazz, Ralph was first class material He man- 

aged a little better cruise this time around but 

■Gitmo IS Gilmo and at Gitmo they usual- | 

p. ■■«»«)(. 

ly don t Ralph and 1 and the rocket are happily 

united again and let me tell you. any honey 

who s reading this, hell make a great Mtle ' 

homemaker someday 

BSW , 


nly split 

■ foolbaK 


Woody developed into one o 
players coaches dream about Every weekend 
in the tall he could be seen tearing apart oppos 
mg defenses (or the Navy Blue and guys like me 
A true leader both on and oH the tield, ( only 
hope that the Marine Corps and that special girl 
(rom Pasedena reali/e the true champton 
they re getting May we alt never (orget, swim 

never ended m search of 
ron/ing the neighborhood, 
beating Woody gave ever) 



552 10th Company 


Scott F Baer 
Ocean Engineering 
Nuclear Power 

The pride and |oy of Hokendauqua, hey, 
Scolty laid down his case ol Schmiddys at the 
creek just long enough to set sail for USNA He 
had a |ump on his classmates already, courtesy 
ol his 'plebe year" at Whitehall High But 
Scotty never quite lived up to his press clippings 
on the baseball diamond, as Coach DuH 
couldn't meet his salary demands But he finally 

»am How bout them Ban- 
Yogi was tearing it up m the 

classroom and was well on h 

swaytoihe Con- 

Ird Hall ol Shame All loo a 

customed to good 

Ole' Hokey Park. hey. his 

foreign relations 

course m Subic Bay lell him 

with a bad taste m 

his mouth Scotty as always 

bounced back and 

wasted no time in sharing h 

s experiences with 

others Being the romantic 1 

ype. The Bear-man 

often caught the submarine 


Light, making sure to dodge 

theVBFs As Rex, 

the baby Moondog. he otter 

took It upon him- 

sell to prove the old proverb that. The bigger 

they are, the harder they hit 

■ Alter reluctantly 

hanging up his baseball glo 

ve, Scott took up 

beach volleyball They re sti 

talking about the 

ostrich shot he performed o 

the sands ol Flor- 

Ida Not one to limit himsell 

Scotty challenged 

G-lownUslrat Re« went do 

«n lor the count on 

this one, but was saved when Spot threw in the 

rubber sheet 

Hymie, you got out while 

he gettin was still 

good, but rest assured your 

ubs will be in good 

hands with the Bear-man at 

he helm We know 

; best of luck I 

Stephen E. Bondura 




Nuclear Power 


Sven, born o* Stephen, came to this Universi- 
ty o( the U S Navy from Baldtmore, with a nose 

Without ■ piwot ■ eyes, early on he decided to go 
Nuke power and promptly decided on bemg a 
History ma(or to strengthen his background 
Determined to be m the best physical shape 
ever before he boarded his cigar, he worked out 
constantly, only to become the sickest man 
alive Comatose his 2nd class year, we awaited 
his extinction on the 'deathbed, but he recov- 
ered with a new goal m Me to extinguish all 
roaches in area rooms For his actions he was 
greatly appreciated withm the company 

About this time, he was also appreciated by 
the battalion oWicers when he told them some 
of hts thoughts on USNA at a striper board He 
was demoted from four stripes to Co drill ofti- 

many a beating to I 
sympathy for you'5 
saying many a tim. 

start worn on papers due the next day His two 
watts per channel stereo got us the tunes and 
his four-wheel drive truck turned out to be a 
Berlinetta- sure, he was going to get a truck all 

He came to us with one Moskunas and is 
leaving with another But. most importantly, he 
IS leaving as a good friend deep m the hearts of 

Peter J. Bouffard 
Berkeley Heights 
New Jersey 
Aerospace Engineering 
Naval Flight Officer 

Jeffrey P. Boyle 
Satellite Beach 

Applied Science 
Surface Warfare 



iling ( 

■tage . 

Youngster year saw his activities reduced to 
two sailing yawls and disposing of roommates 
Sasquatch. P-Wad, (and Marcial makes three ) 
Oops, sorry Marcial, but I always heard bad 
things come m threes Even with his many 
weekends on restriction, {thanks, Tim) he did 
manage to tmd time tor a girl now and then 
Rumor has it one flmg ended on 1-Day, 1981 
Local girts are handy, but one deck up is trou- 

i year brought ; 


youngster year 

Pete (inally i 
summer 82 with three stripes and a Regimental 
Staff Billet Not bad for a late bloomer, eh Cap- 

And so we ship our friend oH to Pensacola 

ises to be an outstanding career as an NFC 
Watch out. Navy, here he comes! 

splash at USNA after he decorated T-court dui 
mg a plebe summer breakfast formation Je 
survived this event, as well as first class wh 
would make Joe McCarthy look liberal He cam 
back from youngster cruise a new man, he soo 
acquired the nickname 'Chief Boyle for som 
of his habits (the nickname didn't last long) 
Second class year brought the blooming c 
> the eve 

match his pro knowledge First class year 
brought more changes in JeH including a new 
car, agirltriend, and a definite partiality tor stay- 
ing away from USNA as much as possible We 
have to hand it to you. Jeff, even your 50 demo 
jott for taking an "extended leave " at Christmas 
plebe year didn't rum your attitude, you still 

Jeff has taken awhile to find out what he 

another he has considered going into all of the 
warfare specialties (yes, even Gy-Rene) He has 
now settled on Surface Line where Im sure he'll 
be a big success Congratulations! You will soon 
finish four years of bad profs, monster comput- 
er programs, sub-squad, and torm-2 leadership 
Good luck to you {and Mary) m the future See 
you at the 20 year reunion, you lifer dog 

10th Company 553 

Anderson C. Caldwell 

Physical Science 
Marine Air 

I can see by your outfit you're a cowboy 
Hailing from Faiiiax, Virginia, this Connecticui 
native decided that havtng a good time at the 
Boat School would be better than having a gooc 
time somewhere else Quantico during second 
class summer did Ange right He's famous for 
amphibious assaults Ask any girt m George 

Actually, between "quaffing brews' and Hey 
dude, can you hit me up for a few bucks'". 
Andy IS just like any other mid Of course, he is 

J Only f 

mester first class year did Ace accidentally 

by studying too much But what does he study ' 
USNA doesnt have a course in drawing motor- 
donned m a white T-shirt, boxer shorts, cowboy 

Taking all things intc 

ually I 

of Andys list He loves hi 

music Ahge loves hi 

music so mjch that unle 

ss you have engineer 

ingqualson his stereo yo 

u cart play his music 

them are his, they belong to his brothers Andy 
loves to play albums He played "Wild-Eyed 
Southern Boys' til the grooves screamed with 
pain and fell off the vmyl (Ace gave that one 

As starting "Kamaka^i " on the Bat Lax team. 
Company soccer, and Company fieldball team, 
Ange was incredible (Again. )ust ask him ) 

Seriously, though, there isn't anyone who de 

than Andy You'll make a great treadhead, 
Ange Awesome and amazing, simply incredible' 

Timothy F. Casey. Jr. 

Fort Salonga 

New York 

Electrical Engineering 

Navy Air 


career off rather well, highlighted when he ran 
for, and won a seat on the Board of Adjudants 
This paved the way for his ascension to the top 

After finally earning I 

it he kept pushing on 
richly deserved Black 
"N sweater, he reached his dream Who can 
ever forget the day when the immortal P-Wad 
personally handed down the throne to the Crow 
Club Presidency Case performed his duties 
well, leaving reminders of himself all over Penn- 

Always the complete person. Case was a four 
year starter at point guard for the Brigade 
Championship Company Basketball team, and 

Joseph D. Creed 




Nuclear Surface Line 

You can t always get it at all 

Just because there's space in your I 

To spend your time why don't you v 

the call 
(Just gotta gel used to it) 
We all get it in the end 
(Just gotta get used to it) 
We go down and we get up again 
(Just gotta get used to it) 

ndogs His 

ry.ng t 

uft Case was a little disappointed with his 
j'lies, though He figured after four years and 

000 miles of trudging the halls during the 
'• hours of the morning, he should have got- 

1 the Trident Scholarship he rightly deserved 
v.iys one to take advantage of his spare time. 

picked up a job as a lifeguard at the only 
iiel in Long Island with hourly rates This en 
!»■(] htm to buy the car of his dreams and end 
, days as the Rudy's Nomad, right buddy! 
We all know Case will tear 'em up whether it's 
the skies or on the water and we wish him the 
St of luck for whatever the future holds 


Don't push the hands )ust hang 
You can dance while your 

Another tricky day. another gently nagging 
What the papers say just seems to bring 
The world seems in a spiral, life seems such i 

Mark R. Carlson 

Elk Grove Village 


Political Science 

Navy Air 


He IS of the cow Rolling m from Chicago * •'~ 
a bottle of Lienies and a picture of Chnstie. 

those hapless Cubs and his bimdmg speed on 
the 0-coursc Squad leader Matts took special 
notice and a cherished friendship soon devel- 
oped Deciding he wanted to teave his marfc 
here, he (and Babson) buned it out at the stadi- 
um one n.ght and later set an overland speed 
record in the dash back from Paul s party 
(Thanks Nicky') Good relations with the upper- 
class continued thanks to Gay dub and those 
Damn Yankees (Hello Kalhy O ) 
Next year found him couped up with Bouffw 
and Squatch till the latter got the tainted pack- 
age and had to move on Mark was so upset he 
wouldn t leave the hall during Thanksgiving H« 

started staying up late, teaching his philosophy- 
LIVE TO EAT While "fiddling around m Iht 
musical he founded the 16 (Little Of>e. Wa. 
Gurk, G D ) and taught a bagel seller how to sfci 
This was followed by a very memorable perfor- 
mance m Texas where the meaning of parsley 
was revealed After second class summer, fee*- 
ing the WATER was CLEAR enough of Old flames 
to start up another senous hason. Soy wan- 
dered down the hall and found a girl who had i 
simihar wardrobe So each mght we of tt>e Zoo 
would watch him depart, only to return a littit 
later with a gay little Hello ' 

In short, he is one of the most well-rounded 
guys I know NOBLE (I can carry that keg), UN- 
DERSTANDING (Friend of the Week). OPEN- 
MINDED (Just like dogs), and a champion shoe 
golfer He sparked Tally parties (These 
Dreams). WUBA Gang skits (Hail Oumpmasler) 
and Skivs songs His 'demand' of the language 
and stance on El Salvador made him a great 
poli-sci major Most of all he is my brother and I 
can't wait to open another Econo-Buy with htm 
and Rip Look out P-Cola. there s a hot fUer 
coming down in a white RX-7. and I' 

as he slips the surly bonds ol 
Earth ■■ 

But break out and start a fi 
It's all here on the vinyl 
(Just gotta gel used to il) 
Gotta get used to waiting 
(Just gotta get used to (I) 
You know how the ice is 
(Just gotta get used to it) 

- Pete Townthend 

bb4 10th Coni(j..ny 


Gary M. Dalley 
j San Jose 

I Chemistry 
: Surface Line 


; He IS o( the cow Gary cai 

either a four year visitor at USNA or as the 

[ ultimate challenge to protessional develop- 
ment. Gary coined the phrase. "Its not enough 

' |ust to pass, but to |ust pass " Of course, this 

j philosophy didn't apply to his Chemistry which 

his conduct Gary's love for chemistry even 
spilled over into his room, which with a little 
help from Lee. turned bright purple one after- 
noon Although the "Leaders " (Wedges) here 
never gave Gary good grades in performance, it 
IS Gary's many outstanding performances in ev- 
ery conceivable environment that we re- 
member him by Who can forget "Tubes" at 
Army sophomore year, or his study of the effect 
of plebes on upperclass the following year 

Actually, girls have always been a problem for 
Gary That biker from Maine who needed a 
place to stay earned Gary his Black "N" sweat- 
er And Gary, what ever happened to that red- 
head at the beach? I guess she fell by the way- 
side along with all the other broken hearts-the 
"Townie ", the girl from Dental, the girl down 
the hall, the Cat at the Halloween Party, and all 

the I 

back from Thanksgiving freshman year?) Actu- 
ally, the only time Gary ever had trouble finding 
a date was for the Ring Dance. Of course, he 
only started looking 6 hours before the dance 
Apparently he got dumped by his steady that 
day Why didn't you just order her to go' 

By the beginning of senior year, Gary had 
perfected the art of girlfriend lugglmg Of 
course. Gary's adventures were by no means 
limited to women Being an active member of 
the Friday Club, Gary used to enjoy a good swim 

Where else would you get an entire bar from, or 
Tubes' At any rate. Gary's love for adventure 
was infectous and we thank you for the fun 

Stephen H. Fielder 



Applied Science 

Navy Air 


Marcial B Dumlao 
New York 
Operations Analysis 


Thts young quiet, and humble man f 
York came to the Academy dressed i 

ars at Canoe U 

ears were different The kid met 

s who decided to take him shop- 

consisted of all tl 
test fashions At times you would fmd h 
front of the mirror modeling his Clothes 
he put on his fashion show, hts radio wou 
tuned to the hottest soul-funk stations n 
DC-Baltimore area 

the weekends. GQ would hop int 

Cond-One mobih 

Why?? Because i 

or one more NPQ 

. Good luck m your GQ Navy, and 

ig m your Cond-One mobile, MA- 

William J. Flannery 



Applied Science 

Pottsville preaching the gospel of Dick Yuen- 
glingandMrs Ts pierogies Add to that some of 
Mrs L's hot chilli, and you can imagion what the 
"Shaft" went through on Sunday nights Flann 
Dog suffered through some tough semesters m 
his freshman and sophomore years His grades 
brushing 2 and football according to George 
was not for him He came through in the clutch 
his junior year with an impressive overall perfor- 
mance but the label of project 21 had already 

Senior year found Wilbur wandering over in 
the other side of the world, a homeless, desti- 
tute soul Suddenly, inexplicably, his favorite 
color wasn't grunt green anymore (but he 
found solice in a warm spirit from lUP) Through 
all of these trials, Billy still found time to enjoy 
himself on weekends His daring feats of danc- 
ing on tables, falling out of chairs and off bar 
stools became common place occurrences But 
Billys fiasco at Notre Dame is a classic in the 
Shaft's membership But one gift that all the 
Shaft will forever be grateful for is the Pottsville 

Senior year seemed to be one road trip after 
another but the ultimate road trip will be after 
graduation out to the condo in San Diego But 

always to John V and Capt and Mrs L 

10th Company 555 

George T. Garcia 



General Engineering 

Navy Air 


556 10th Company 


Brian V. Hooper 
East Greenwich 
Rhode Island 
Ocean Engineering 
Surface Nuclear Power 

Rhode Island came to the Academy to watch 40 
hours ot tv a week' Vesler's mam goal plebe 
year was to find a sponsor with plenty ot beer, a 
color tv, HBO MTV and of course, the movie 
channel He latched onto Captain Jockei s fam- 
ily, qu'Ckly pushing his way past 4 children and 5 

epeatedly t 

uccesstuMy handle 

He t 

,ted . 


to wear white on his wedding day Brians lite 
cheered up considerably when the Jockei family 
moved to 3 Porter Rd, where he could escape 
girls, books, and his incredibly friendly, under- 
standing roommate 

first class year, all that TV radiation paid ott. 
with Brian joining McKees Pukes Hooper led 
quite a successful Squid career a 3 3 average 
through minimal study, a fair number of girls 
through weak efforts and even less skill, and a 
knowledge of every movie or tv show ever 
made He also cultivated the ability to order any 
drink that resembled a dessert The only way to 

shot glass with cherries, oranges, umbrellas, 

Joseph A. Jockei III 

Political Science 
Surface Navy 

Everyone thought Joe was from Annapolis, 
but really he grew up m a San Francisco com- 

plebe year when the etiects ot high school 
nights finally wore oM Winning an Oscar for best 
leading man at an Academic Board Joe quickly 
changed his ways to become 4 Joe Joe spent 
much of his spare time occasionally doing 
things with his Glee Club family He found the 
tours very satisfying, especially the trip to Tex- 
as Phoenix would have been fun had he not 

Joe fooled everyone by i 

3 Porter Road 

■inally. Joes Saturday eight hour Library 
iiversity Graduate School Were 

Steven W. Johnson 
Red Lion 
Surface Line 

He IS of the cow The All-^ 

. PA in 1979 \ 

womanizing, partying fool (I E I- 
of the Boys of the Shaft) Little t 
Steve Johnson faded into a me 

ern Californ 

'initely will not There were 
nd the spring fling and all 
! floating back to us There 
Ida and the girls of South- 

Steve has gone through his four years with 
relative ease, spending many hours watching 
the tube and snoozing away But no matter how 
crazy Steve has gotten, he'll always be the aver- 
age Ail-Amencan boy to us We all wish Steve 
good luck m Surface Line and life at the sunny 
shores of Southern California Thanks to Capt 
and Mrs L 

Mark E. Kamyszek 

Grand Rapids 
Marine Corps 

Back in 78, Adan Kamyszek decided that he 

fixing jets in Texas was not for this Michigan 
boy After a brief tour at Naps. Mark busted 
onto the scene in Annapolis to find that lite by 
the Bay was nothing like home in Grand Rapids 
"Doc Savage* survived plebe summer by carry- 
ing a guideon wherever he went Sometime dur- 
ing the summer we found that riding down the 
Severn backwards with seven other giants, big 
paddles in hand, was |ust the sort of recreation 
that could keep our 6'2, 215 pounder out of 
marching as well as evening meal formation for 
four years -Navy Crew' Ah, what a life! (No- 
body had to tell Killer that Crew comes before 
grades alphabetically ) Hours of Power, "Er- 
gos ". 10 mile runs to McDonalds on Rte 50 and 
back for fun all were part of that four letter word 
meaning galley slave and Mark loved it Hard 
work, determination, a touch of insanity (he 
quit the team once) and nine pairs of running 

letters and enough pnze rowing shirts from 

beaten foes of the shell to cover the Boathouse 

Mark has come up a winner at Hubbard Hall 

So. his grades aren't the greatest. Kameesh is 

sweetest farmer's daughter you'd ever want to 
meet in Donna (not in that order, necessarily) 
After living with the mad Texan for four years 
straight. We wish you the best of luck in ever- 
ything. Good luck Mark and Donna. •(Hey Mark, 
isn't 3-striper libs as a youngster great?) 

10th Company 557 


Charles R. Landrum 


South Carolina 




reo", walking m on a romantic candlelight ( 
ner at which he was not a guest, and even m 
ing dates at Burger King Charles has been in- 
volved in several hobbies war-gammg. new 
wave music, his girl tnend. and the stars, not 
necessarily m that order His girlfriend obvious- 
ly loves htm because who else would eat quiche 
that he had prepared ustng a butter cookie 
crumb crust, or put up with Charles' blondie 

Speech class taught Charles the importance 
of visual aids He applied this knowledge to his 
weapons project lecture. The only problem was 
that its tacky to cut oneselt on a sonabuoy and 
then bleed all over the hand-outs and transpar- 

qualitied m pistols and knockabouts." As a re- 
sull. he spent the summer m Guantanamo Bay 
on a ship that was as old as he Charles will 
always remain m our hearts as he tlys the Navy 

Richard B Linnekin. Jr. 


General Engineer 



-.15 ol r 




He IS ot the Cow R B Lmnek.n lOurneyed al 


the way trom the outskirts ot Annapolis to come 


to Good Times Ten Mrs parents soon adopted 


The Shalt and 505 Epp.ng Forest Rd became 

the regular hotel and restaurant lor the boys 


ly as the number one escape artist in Ten with 


numerous wall climbing excursions out to the 

Cap Center tor concerts These activities soon 


Richs best friends through his years here was 

the inlamous Jack Daniels, who was always 

seen beside him at parlies or m his vest pocket. 

We II all remember his classic chowder durii^ 

the Magic Cow 1 Don't worry Rich, we all know 

Its because ol the one shot ol Seagrams and it 


had nothing to do with the gallons ol J D you 


drank Then there is the Potlsville. Pa bedroom 

HVtlin mt* 

chowder (maybe Mrs Flans was right alter ad) 


and ol course the lirst Florida trip where wt 



said cars need oil anyway? Rich has always 

B--V !!% »( rag* 

been lamous lor his Richard Petty imitations. 


Did you say 99 oHicer?. That cant be My 


license. Sir? Well, you see. that's another prob- 



iri «"»»'«'' 

We all wish Richie good luck and we all know 


he'll get in the air somehow, whether the blu* 


and gold or the big green, he'll be the best 


Michael L, Mahan 



Physical Science 

Navy Air 

Mad Texan 

He IS of the Cow and of 
to us short and thick from 
and ZZ top Raised on Me 

quite as easy at the Boat school as he had it 
high school So, he looked for a short c 
through freshman year to avoid being dump* 
on Mike didn't have to look long; the Espar; 

Dump Mike came 
land of armadillos 
n food. Lone Star, 

slowed our little aviator down (•-if not 8th 
g. then Riordans) 

If course, the grades took a beating Early 
Mike lost his hopes for Aero and dropped{ ? ) 
) Mech E By the end of sophomore year, the 
it was on again The Thick One had to con- 

V. Michael Makovitch 



Electrical Engineering 

Naval Flight Officer 


induction day Thinking it would t 


; quickly found c 

f Phy Sci They 

plug. Its all th 

us all that he really could fly He flew every- 
where he could in his little 65 Chevy We must 
admit though, Mike was always good tor a story- 
the studio, the M&M mobile, the outfield - just 
ask him Mike once tried an exchange program 
between USNA and Mary Mount He d do al- 
ciosi anything short of a handstand " to enter- 

f port in the storm' Right' 
re a real friendly guy, and v 

into reality but in the end Mike became a mas- 
ter of how to get around the system 

By first class year the Naval Academy turned 
out to be Macs personal country club Spend- 
ing as little time as possible studying, he could 
usually be found playing tennis or squash, or 
windsurfing on the Chesapeake Free room and 
board with all the ■conveniences' of home pro- 
vided Mike with a place to stay between week- 
end excursions to his C beachhouse During 
leave. Mike graciously took advantage ot free 
military travel and spent most of his time skiing 
in the Swiss Alps and backpacking through Eur- 

While Mac somehow managed to maintain a 
3,8 QPR '" EEE. his days of ambition are over 
and he is opting for the easy life of a P-3 NFO 
Probably not career material. Mike will most 
likely be found taking a few years off traveling 
around the world when he gets out ot the Navy 

568 10th Company 




Paul G. Marshall 




Nuclear Power 


He is ol the Cow Bon 

I poor Portuguese 

irpose ot converting 

Busch He 

was thought to be the rudest ol all 

men when 

he arrived (reshman year, but by 

senior year 

he proved to all that one can always 

heights ol rudeness. It all started 

Ireshman year when Paul managed to rude-out 

his sponso 

in less than three weeks. 01 course. 

he couldn' 

have done it without help Irom one 

o! Nicky's 

patented bedroom chowders 

human being on this Earth But he felt alright c 
his 20th birthday Flying into jukeboxes whi 
trying to play Pac-Man and chowdenng at t^ 

the r 



points! But Paul, the Giants are the favorites " 
. . the wonderful wardrobe. "Paul, it's only 2 
nights, you don't need 15 shirts' the magic 
beetchu string, the magic book, the journals, 
ruded-out in Tatlahasse but most of all Pauls 
got the beat (yeah!) And always remember the 
Shafts a state of mind and although Paul may be 
slightly out of his mind, that makes it all the 
more enjoyable to be around him Good Luck 
Paul Thanks Capt and Mrs Linnekin, from the 
Rudeman himself 

Gregory D. Murray 

Staten Island 

New York 


Naval Flight Officer 


He IS of the Cow Greg came to us (rom Stat- 
en Island With him he brought an air of cra/i- 
ness, a new vocabulary (beeah and pt22er.} and 

also brought with him a true love — sleep Gregg 
lives to sleep, and his sleep was seldom inter- 
rupted by academics, athletics, or military evo- 
lutions Greg has a personality for every place 
ind a character (or every situation Some of his 
more famous imitations were. B Taylor, Jean 
Claude. Nunzio. Earl. Heinz Lenz. and Sammy 

Plebe year witnessed three days of silence 
Irom the child, but he recovered m time to lead 
the I C D to a winning season During youngster 
year, he moved into the suite, freebirded his 
way to fame, played keyboards for Air. spent a 
memorable spring break in Florida, and wrote 
the most famous of his last mmute term papers 
(this IS the beauty of history > That winter he 
loined Gay Club, and learned to smg, act. and 
ski Hell never lorget the 15 (WA. Cath)(2. 
Mark.) or beautiful Biloxi, Miss 2/C class year 
found Greg as one of the animals in the zoo The 
Wuba Gang and the Dump offered new releases 
for Murrs antics, as did Pirates and more Gay 

Club Conn. (1 already 
Las Vegas (econo-buy) 
the night a keg 

I boyfriend, j 

He topped oft 2/C year with his controversial 
affair with a lady m black Beautiful San Diego, 
and the MBM led to the village and 1/C year 
That Fall brought a new RX-7. a new girlfnend- 
Corrine, the pro. and a pair of glasses which 
unfortunately makes his service selection un- 
certain at this time His mom thinks he has the 
face of an admiral Well, he's already been C O 
of the Quad, and I truly believe the sky's the 
limit for my best friend He came insane, we leH 
insane Godspeed Murr!!! 

W. Mark Nicholson 


New York 


Surface Line 


Heisof thestaft . the bea 
Mark Nicholson- the name sti 
hearts ot Maryland motorists <. 
Annapolis from the bar 
; in Syracuse, waving ar 
rooting tor those Orangei 

i of Onondoga 
irange pennant 
!n But he soon 

I was blessed with a beautiful 
j one day his squad leader de 
;r the table and congratulate 

John T. Peterson 
Systems Engineer 
Naval Flight Officer 

John came to the Naval Academy from the 
fleet as a floor tech buHer In just four short 
years he has successfully aquired the title of the 
great unknown Plebe year he quietly aced all of 

the Varsity Dmgy Team After communicating 
to Mars on a daily basis, during youngster year 
JP decided to let WRNV benefit from his exper 

new heights 
J I guess the 

eally good at cleaning floors Sophomore ] 
ound Nick hanging out at the dock with 
boys, watching Casey pour his beer into 

we were drafted, it would be a sad day for the 
Corps (DOH-Rah) Junior year found Nick driv- 
ing a golden T-Bird, and it has survived fairly 
well (except for the hit-and-run and the stolen 
hubcaps!) He spent that whole year trying to 
wake me up and teach me celestial, for which I 
will always be grateful Nick was also known for 
m-we survived countless 

offer Oh well, you too can be good friends, an 
never cared for Swedish women anyway S* 
ond class year the boisterous and obstrepero 

very closet While the systems Engineer kept I 
QPR always above a 3.0, he managed to set 
those wonderful dog pen extravaganzas as t: 
Brigade Social Affairs Committee Vice Cha 

e knowing that wh 
)lue, JP IS flying t 
ng my aft 

have a great number ol 
graduates and moves ( 
('less underway time' 
(who am I trying to kid! 
company wish him the 

e sent out laundry, it was a 
ice we caught Boggsy trying 

good year- a year of which I 
'es out onto a minesweeper 


) Capt 

I the boys of tenth 
f luck Fair winds 
hat, 8.11 Sn.ght! 

10(h Company 559 

Brian W. Posey 



Political Science 



never clapmed 
strictly (or humanitarian purposes o 
war. Brian came here because it w 
only time the Academy ever had < 
Brian was when it disrupted either 
or his sex lite Plebe summer was 

tirst time m his adult 
despite his involunta 

To £ 

Brians locke 
ing For sumi 

d. he was not Marine Corp bound 
towards anything remotely athie- 
white works were Navy pajamas, 
als were some torm of graffiti left 
the chalk boards 
Tie Brian ever picked up anything 

I bag, 

Press shop the following Fall 

For 3 years, Brian was condemned to the 
infamous -Curse ■ As a result of the ■Curse, ' 
Brian received 10 times more abuse from the 
women of Annapolis than from the midshipman 

the same Though he received abuse from 
many sources, he still stood by his roommates 
through their worst times and gave them sup- 
port when they needed it most 

Richard J. Rusnak 



Systems Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


After a brilliant high school career as a t< 
notch runner and scholar. RJ arrived at Can 

hustle-bustle of plebe year was a little diMert 
from the farmlands of Wisconsin, but with 1 
help of T-tables. RJ survived Academics 
mained his forte as he made Supes list w 
QPR to spare 

Lee W. Schonenberg 


Long Island 


Navy Air 


explaining i 
that a wildc 
built by Gri 

really a WWII fight) 
1 Our "screen " p 

RJ ( 

the I 

through part of youngster year, but then decid- 
ed that something else had a higher priority 
That something else was made up of the only 

and the souls of men Thus, RJ began investing 
his life m getting to know the God of the uni- 
verse, as revealed in the Bible, and helping oth- 
er guys do the same Second class summer 
convinced RJ that bubblehead was best, and 
Admiral McKee agreed By the grace of God. RJ 

s squad leader to the limits of 
J saved all of us a lot of gnef it 
• 2 years to surpass his de- 
ment level OH to such a good start, he was 
then tasked with the responsibility of keeping 
n beings 
I though he was the o 
knew where the mop v 

Paul D Rockswold 




Medical Corps 

The Rock 

f years constantly j 

Where s the 2.4-Dioitrophenyihydra7tf>e'. 
thanks for breaking the curve Rock ' Sec- 
md class summer, he had ail the Gouge but" 

one ■■ Off to C Springs on a mission of God ai 

) Rock How 

His return led to weekends ; 

Meeting girls was no problem to 
did he do it' The gnn. maybe, or just that un- 
fathomable logic OK, 50 his Ring Dance date 
was a little clumsy on the dance floor 

First class cruise led this professional ex- 
change mid to Japan with three stnpes to wei- 

tton Now Doc Rock IS off to 
Are you sure you wanted 
Through It all Rock c(" 
genuine concern for all Wi 
him for so religiously breaking 
cause Paul showed us somethir 

God bless, Paul i 


\rrw 10 keep yw f* 


10th Company 

Lee had the uncanny ability to remain a 
2 00 With his study habits, even E 
couldn't have passed Engine Math But I 

1 any 1 



that he was quite a lady killer, but we all know 
he was slam by Maryann long ago However, in 
the time alloted to him to date other girls, he 
managed to pick up everything ranging in age 
from M to 31, his favorite parting comment 
being. "I'm taking my toothbrush " When the 
Maryann transformation is complete, and he 
trades in his infamous "Wuba Gang " truck for a 

But given his supernatual al 
disaster, such a Iransformat 
ome by Lee is perfectly suit 

fighter pilot-constantly se 
gets" and very difficult lo 
he singes his wings at timi 
through and has a good I 

560 10th Company 



Gregg K. Smith 
North Carolina 
Applied Science 
Naval Flight Officer 

Smitty came to us from Lumberton, N C ready 
to speak his mind and teach us all a new way to 
say "Wednesday ' Gregg has done this and 
much more Freshman year found Gregg quick- 
ly developing the habits he was to refine and 
perfect as time progressed Gregg soon found 
that sleeping, TV, and socializrng were much 
more agreeable with him than studying As 
these qualities developed sophomore year it be- 
came apparent that Gregg was destined to in- 
herit the Bible from Randy Deck and carry on 

he was the driving force behind the Rockford 


■lably 1 

id many 

hell every 4, 8, 12, and It 
sleepless nights It has bei 
"there is a time to study and a time to sleep; 
Smitty does neither ' Actually, Gregg knows 
when to work; he worked hard tor the Wub'a 
Gang in planning every skit, and he was a true 
leader at the Dump, earning the titles of Vice- 
Dumpmaster and Dumpmaster Alumnus 

Despite these habits Gregg should have no 
problems becoming an NFO What might slow 
him down some though is his social life Being 

never got himself killed Of course, the same 
melancholy Gregg that had that little chat with 
us IS also the same one who wooed all over the 
East, coast Who can ever lorget Rene? (by the 
way Gregg, did you ever call her back?) or Kim, 
whom he left high and dry on several occasions, 
as well as Linda and Angie? Whatever his little 
idiosyncrasies are, Smitty, you're one of the 

Remember to keep you face toward the sun- 
shine and the shadows will tall behind I wish 
you fair seas my friend Thanks Capt and Mrs 


Louis J. Traglia 


New York 

Electrical Engineering 



He IS of the Cow Lou came 
well and got a quick start o 
animal reputation v 
a turtle plebesumn- 
He also got a quick start on his one-man cam- 
paign to lower the acceptable age limits for fe- 
male companions He'll always remember that 
first Thanksgiving, as will one young darling. 

During his 4 year stay Lou continued to add a 

on developing his 
Jisguised himself as 
aring 83 name tags 

Blake Welling 



Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


Blake rolled into the Naval Academy from 
Rockville. MD with dreams of fast cars, good 
grades, and going Nuclear Power As of Chnsi 
mas first class year, Blake had his red Trans Am 

with visions of NFO. but m the end the inevitable 
happened, and he gladly accepted his $3,000 

While many thought that Blake spent all of his 
time studying (he did spend most of it study- 
ing), Blake found time to come away with his 

Danny Struble 


New York 

Naval Architecture 

Surface Line 


The hub ot Ihe universe, the c 

y that all roads 

lead to ■ Olean. New York ■ sen 

t Its most inla. 

mous product to Annapolis tilled with blind ann- 

bition Danny's ambition was to 

become noth- 

ing short ol President ol the Un 

ited States He 

made sure everybody knew it. 

too However. 

dedication was never one ot his 

trong points so 

he developed his own success 

formula - talk. 

eat. sleep, work out. and if there 

was time ■ do a 

little homework, as long as it 

didn 1 take too 

much effort Besides, there were always better 1 

things to do Being a beach bu 

m. waterskiing. 

sky-diving - that is what lile i 

all about 

Dan was lucky enough to be 

Mike 5 mommy 

for three years Living with the human hurri- 

cane was a challenge whethe 

It was orange i 

lUice fights, running, or any other contest. Mike | 

always came out on top It s a 

good thing the 

room had all the conveniences 

Dt home or else 

Dan never would have survived 

Strubes always took oH for 

Europe during 

summer vacation and met lots 

ol people and 

had some great times But on o 

ne trip to Pans 

the sweet talkin' Yankee' met 

an even sweet- 

er Texas Belle Simply put. he 

became a new 

man Karen captured his mind 

his heart, his 

ambitions and even his wallet (t 

ose phone bills 

hurt) Danny will be going to a 

Surface ship m 

San Diego — as long as she is 

close by 

Ope brought back 

again had all the girls s 

it USNA Blake didni 
t outing, Blake once 

ving habits, and he showed great insight 
by purchasing that beat up '65 Chevy His pen- 
for blowing up things made him a great 
to the "Wuba" Gang But. Lou is always 

Where ever lite may take him. you ii be sure 
I find him streaking around m his fast car or 


N C ■ 

you all right? 

Thanks The Nukes picked a good one. Take 
good luck But, remember Lou, on a 
re's no back door!' -Thanks 
Capt and Mrs Linnekm 

10th Company 561 


562 11th Company 

Jerry R. Anderson 
' Lynn Haven 
[ Florida 
I Physics 

I Nuclear Submarines 
I Randy 

\ Bug hails from the snake infested backwaters 
j of Lynn Haven, somewhere near Panama- no he 
isn't Panamanian After high school Jug opted 
I for the Navy and enlisted, however he soon 
I longed tor command and came to the Acade- 
my Plebe year was a major adjustment for 

company's designated CMOD, from day two 
when they locked up all his Buddy Holly albums, 
from day three when 

Gramps; Irom (irsl semester when Don Meyers 

made him a flag hoist, and from second semes 

ter when he chased down the CDO m the buH 

the entire year represented a set back tor the 

companies old sage 

However, youngster year, Anderrot came into 

his own as the foremost lady killer in the area 

Early on Jero was placed in the designated for 

stripes category He filled the bill by command- 

ing two Bafts A fitness nut, old Baldy has be- 

I (Coach Smith plans to rename McOonough Hall 

I climbing high, chasing Buffalo, eating Craig's 
I cookies, throwing hats, poaching trout, and 

picking up chicks Part Indian and part Crazy. 

Jerry is a person to trust and respect- a true 

David E, Barlantj 

North Highlands 


Aerospace Engineering 

Naval Aviator 


Cool California Dave came to Annapolis from 
the cool Calfiornia Central Valley Dave has all 
the mandatory cool equipment reflector sung- 
lasses, red convertible, and orange OP swim- 
needed to use those things to best advantage 
Dave hopes to apply this common sense to 
even better advantage as he joins those magni- 
ficent men in their flying machines in Florida 

John C. Battle 




Naval Flight Officer 


JC started off plebe summer with a squad 
leader who was offended by his pronunciation 
of her name, even though he tried to explain 
that It was his east Tennessee accent He was 
glad when AC year started, so he could get a 
roommate who could tell which toothbrush be- 
longed to him. since Paul couldn't However, 
plebe year brought other challenges, such as a 
certain prior enlisted Marine Sargeant with a 
heavy lamacian accent, named Pat Bailey JC 
and his roommates, JD " Garden and "Barof . 
spent a lot of time advoidmg P B and trying to 
understand what he was saying when confron- 
tation was inevitable Youngster year found JC 
rooming with JO and Chico. who was notorious 
for his extravagant appetite, clothes, stereo, 
and "'unusual" CQPR With no one counting 
weekends too closely and a frequently bor- 
rowed red firebird, it was a fine year Second 
class year brought some changes They includ- 
ed three all nighters per week, a serious caf- 
feine dependency, and some miserable plebes 
who strove to attain the battle ideal Both JC 
and his plebes survived the year He assumed 
the job of Company Adjutant first class It was a 
busy year with his time divided between figuring 
out where everyone really was during forma- 
tion, fencing, and making sure he stayed in the 
running tor graduation He also spent a little 
time with Coach Higgins receiving extra mstruc- 

ably had a lot to do with his determination to 
back seat land based P-3 s 

Paul B. Becker 
Deer Park 
New York 
Political Science 



I Deer Park. Long Island 

Joel trivia imaginable 

youngster year Driving back from i 

Carolina countryside LucJ- 
Studying totally replaced 

tal Adminis 

plebe year 
wanted to ir 
brought thr 
Boston that 

i matter of f 

>tall a 

' Paul roomed \ 


th Dave Two- 

irage his im- 
weight Paul 
1 that 

hopes to get a 4 his I 
Commander Keel-Haul wi 
pany Officer's list for June week 

A leader of the Buds' for tour years, and one 
of Colonel Clarke's bad boys forever, we hope 
Paul will have a successful career in the Navy 

11th Company 563 

Craig S. Faller 
Systems Engineering 
Nuclear Surface 

Fryburg. PA? Well. 
.now or will admit the) 
s Craig Faller At any rate, as 

could probably imagine Craig v 
Academy in July '79 One c 

roommates plebe year, he so 

Academics was one ot fiis strong points, how- 

gence that he had his own special place re- 
served in Nimitz Library Rumor has it that this 
will be dedicated to him upon graduation Prob- 
ably the only thing Craig liked better than study- 
ing was Fishing, and this was truly his torte 
Actually, he is quite an outdoorsman. but never 

Kenneth C. Fitzpatrick 



Aerospace Engineering 

Naval Flight Officer 


Eitz came to the Naval Academy from tti« 

aged to survive his Plebe Summer roommatt. 

Fish He quickly lound his role-model as a m,d «i y, B jam 

his second set detail squad leader. Sup Stanmi ' LomibliC 

with the St Louis connection, FiU maiored «i I " ' , 

ling I 

catch One 

■ say I 

whether he s in his baggy shorts c 
ball court, earnestly studyii 
■ Geekers' on, or concentrating c 
■big one ". he's a Inend and leac 
Commander is a hard billet to fill. 

1 Craig might 

IS out to do The only 
i IS maintaining his un- 
?ht- ifs a little hard in 


H^hS^ ^ 




i^y^BB \ 

X *W '/ 




Aerospace Engineering and snonng dufmg h« 
(our years at the Boat School 

Room 3147 was proud of Bunny Ears . and 
could always thank him for giving PAi-BA a rea- 
son to come tnto the four-man suite and uy. 
Who got da late-'te ch.t' Youngster throi^ 
Senior year brought life m the pit Sarnun 
Stickman could always be counted on to break- 
up the study-hour monotony with several spon- 
taneous bouts with Habib n company When he 
wasn't flashing others with his raincoat, he was 
flashing himsetf with pyrotechnics (bang) And 
when he wasn't thmkmg of his high school days 
(or even grade school days), he was re-enactmf 
those days through several (or more) of r^ 
dates Fifteen will get you twenty, he lucked out 

The Navy and NFO community will have bev) 
lucky to receive one of the 
individuals of the class of 83 
els take him. people may not always know how I 
. but they will --— - 


Lester R. Hayward, Jr. 



Electrical Engineering 

Nuclear Powered Submarines 


The first summer here at the Boat School i 
best remembered as a period when there neve 
seems to be an end to all of the sweating an 

shock, L R simply took it all in stride We all 
thought that he would eventually yawn in Barb's 
face and tell her that she appeared to be much 

perfectly laid back NFO, but eventually the dol- 
lar signs popped into his eyes and the Nuclear 
Navy had him hooked His roommates hoped 
that his easy going attitude would falter but his 
perpetual luck foiled them Would L R end up 
married' Through plebe year swim parties and 
youngster road trips Les sampled the social 

James W.L. Hudson 

Political Science 
Naval Aviator 

found out what 

finds Patti, 

little brunette from his 
lis ring at ring dance and 
immer Maybe he always 

: through the summer, Jim proved i 

.econd semester proved that he had 
the Admirals advice tor improve 

that he not become a charter member T 
next two years followed with the major of Sci€ 
tist-Political Scientist that is, and he remain 
relatively unscathed and with relatively U 
weekends also The more mem 
were spent at Hood, and of coi 
live in infamy started out in a squad car, to 
progress to asking to see the officer's pistol and 
ultimately visiting Troop 6 of Wilmington, Dela- 
ware Jim's like for weapons showed then as 
well as through his stay at the Chesapeake Uni- 
versity of Naval Technology as he won his N- 

ight t 

Star, picked up f 


good IS going to happen soon Les walked into 
Gilley's and the band played "Stones " One 
stroke of bad luck did befall our hero Yes. L R 
broke his leg playing rugby )ust before first class 

bars of Rifle Team Captain 

Professionalism even followed Jim on the 
weekend road trips, as he approached and 
maintained stationing speed during the art of 
underway replenishment in his trusty 2X All in 
all. Jim lived for the good times and rellneys, 
and plans to pursue his twenty as a Naval Avi 
ator to complement the gold wings he already 

564 nth Company 


fl! John R. Johannesen 
\ Port Republic 

II History 
Navy Pilot 
Jonner was born on Hospital Point and both 
> 1 his father and grandfathers graduated from 
'• USNA It seems he was destined to attend the 
I Naval Academy His dad said the class of '60 
I had the last real plebe year, but In reality. Yo 
; and the class of '83 went through the last real 
' plebe year He was glad when it was over and 
, finally became a youngster Youngster year was 
I typical for John as he used his three weekends 
; per semester to go home to Calvert County 
I (where?). Maryland Second class year brought 
' frequent trips to the local colleges (Hood. 
. Goucher, and Notre Dame) and Atlantic City 
I After a summer spent on the French Riviera and 
I in Ocean City. Jonner was ready to begin first 
I class year More trips to AC , Hood, and the 
I track became possible as he took advantage of 
I the unlimited weekends Yo plans on becoming 
' a Navy Pilot 

Kevin F. Kelly 


New Jersey 

Mechanical Engineering 



Intensify of purpose, performance and pride 
are but a few of the traits which consistently put 
Kevin m that elite grouping known as a class 
act ■■ Tygerr, as he is more affectionately 
known, didn't let all this professionalism hinder 
his enjoyment of life He always managed to fit 
m some dining and dancing in between shining 
his shoes and brassomg his belt buckle Kevin 

and do It disgus 

ngly well Maybe there IS on 

weakness, that b 

eing goll It has been said tha 

at goll, he looks 

much like on 

of the famou 

tlying Walendas- 

-the one that fell Kev is als 

very talented mi 

sically He car 

play si« instr 

them well, ai 

d IS even v.c 

president of the Glee Club, a po 

sition which ha 

traditionally bee 

held by merr 

bers who hav 

no singing ability 

at all 

His maior aspi 

alion and goa 

IS to become 

Submarine Office 

r He spent th 

ee years enlis 

ed in the silent service only to 

be thrown in 

the academy H 

ving to start 

he climb up a 

over again Now 

he s off to lea 

rn how to driv 

subs Just remember to keep 

>at flag hoiste 

high Admiral Rickover would b 

e proud of yo 

■Take her 

down and softly glide" 

■through the 

deep blue un 

erneath the 

Jefferson J. Lett 



Systems Engineering 

Naval Flight Officer 


J, J, hails from the booming metropolis of Cle- 
burne. Texas, Arriving at Canoe U,, Jeff prideful- 
ly sported his shiny new cowboy boots and a 
thick Southern drawl Alas, both were destined 
I by Through 

"Boys from Bethesda " 

even more determined to show us what a good 
or Southern boy could do Some blamed the 
nurses for for the inevitable loss of Texas drawl, 
but the true reasons stem from the holidays in 
Connecticut and a Yankee roommate The An- 
tephonal Choir suffered an immeasurable loss 
when J.J, rediscovered the muscles below his 
neck. Off to Halsey he went to join the Power- 
lifters, Jeff soon had his own spot in the land of 
sweat and talc This year we see the Nationals in 
his eyes and uniforms that once again fit snugly 
"Upperclass fever" hit early secundo year 
and a 73 Pontiac named Mabel graced the 
Yard. From the 5th Wing parking lot, many trips 
to DC. Hood, and Baltimore were made. Yes, 
"the road trip" truly became a familiar phrase 
There was always time to spare as we sprinted 
past Mam (0) With First Class year at hand, JeH 
found time to discover all of the "down-home" 
Country and Western dancehalls The locals 
were always dazzled by his fancy two-step coun- 
try combos. Now. each Friday night, Mabel is 
warmed-up. boots donned, and a-Honky-Ton- 

As Service Selection draws near, Jeffs eyes 
have begun to look towards the broad blue sky 
Can we launch his hulk-like frame from a carrier 
deck? Will his shoulders fit into a Tomcat? A 
fighter he wants and an RIO hell be Were sure 
that Mabel will take him safely to P-cola and the 
Honky-Tonks will suit his discriminating taste 
Good luck, buddy and fair winds, 

Timothy P. Matthews 

New Orleans 


Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


Tim began his 4 years in Annapolis in trouble 
and leaves the same way The "New Orleans 
Boy" set high standards for himself m the areas 
of academics and athletics, maintaining a 3 in 
Mechanical Engineering (he'll miss the Rock- 
crew Tim IS best known by classmates for his 
modern and fashionable uniform styles He will 
long remember plebe year with his buddy "the 

Mike and Stu, overcame all odds together Par- 
ties at the Coloneiss with the "Buds'" were the 
social highlight of the weekend, becoming the 
downfall of many a mid Tim. always aware of 
his proper military bearing, never failed to de- 
light the company officer with his tine haircuts 
First class year also brought with it a great 

branch ot the service he liked most, or better 
yet, which one he disliked the least He came to 
U.S.N. A. with grand illusions of marriage and 
leaves with thoughts of remaining a bachelor 
(At least for a few months) Tim will be extreme- 
ly successful no matter what path he chooses in 
life due to his outstanding personality and de- 


11th Company 565 

Craig S. McDonald 

Los Angeles 


General Engineering 

United States Marine Corps 


Mac came to Annapolis from the "best coast 
state of California His five loves in life were 
Coors beer, the Colorado River, Marine Corps 
Aviation, fast cars and faster women, not neces- 
sarily in that order Using these things as crite- 
ria one can say that his time spent at the Boat 
School was a total waste Since on the least ' 
coast he has not been able to afford Coors beer. 

20/20 vision youngster year, crashed the only 
fast car he ever drove a 


; Colonel and Mom) who p 
ever repay And what ab 

dnnktramid (Gorden. Chuck. Psycho and the 
others). PCR sub-squads, all the trips to New 
Jersey to see Karen, sknng m New Jersey. Penn- 
sylvania and West Virginia and just living with 
the likes of DC , Pete. Skitz, Woody, Fish and 

Ted Nugent Rock N' Roll, will always be there i 


James J. McGovern 






Marine Engineering 

Navy Air 





B«ing from Florida iai was unaccustomed to 



winter approached he learned that even with 

• »:»«™T, 

long-iohns you could never be too warm Jay 


rarely griped about the unpleasantnes that hap- i 


pened amidst him Instead, he takes everything 1 


in stride George is not a quitter il something 



lor him i 

• *W"««^ 

A sell-proclaimed woman-worshipped male. 


Jays most distinct and impressive characteris- ' 


tic IS his personality For hours on end. we'll sit 


and listen to his stories lor every word « 


Webster's. George has a story some true. 


some not - - - but all entertaining 

When everyone else chose sporty foreign j 


two-seaters Jay opted lor a two sealed Ford \ 


van His van soon became known as 'Control ' 


Central " lor many a lailgater and road trip 


Work always lascinated Jay He could sit and '. 


watch It tor hours but he never ever did any 


himself Despite this, he became a Marine Engi- ( 


neer Jay surprised everyone when he chos« ; 


Naval Aviation over the Nuclear Navy We all 

wish George fair winds and following jet streams 


Donald M, Needham 




Naval Flight Officer 


Don comes from the "Windy City", and 
proud of those Chicago Bears, no matter 
badly they lose! We call him "Donno" or sc 
times "Needrot", but most folks lust call 

Wing Outpost" coverir 
mates who lived on th 
Youngster year Don ( 

his class- 

-yet i 

nat he had '86 quaking m their ProKeds belort 
e even showed up" First class year found Dor 
1 the lofty rank of Platoon Commander, ant 
oncentrating on more important things— na 

One thing which has kept Don sane at USNA v 
us Connecticut girl whom he has known smci 
IIS pre academy days In fact, 
/ere well-spent between Connecticut and 
ripping wtth the rest of (he guys With a 

Mark R. Radice 
New Jersey 
Navy Pilot 

Mark came to the Chesapeake University of 
Naval Technology from the supnsingly average 
town of Lawrenceville, New Jersey He strug- 
gled through bags plebe summer program 
quickly earning the nickname Disco Once into 
AC year and after an impromptu meeting with 
the Brigade Commander, Disco settled into the 
task at hand, graduating with minimal effort 
After meeting Mimi, his fiancee to-be during 
Christmas, he picked up tennis as a carry on 
sport Coasting into youngster year with a new 
set of shoes and a new roommate Weeny, Disco 
was adopted by Mikey and the Big Dog These 
fanatical firsties showed Disco and Weeny ex 
actly how much they could get away withal- 
most, and left more than their appliances when 
they graduated 

Disco barely navigated through second class 
academics and approached first class year with 
one roommate and a better outlook to always 
be out looking tor a better time We will always 

Wanted to fly 
The friendly skies 

the unexpected f 
up many a dim 

1 has brighten 
( Don have se 

continue his navigational prowes 

I in his Naval career 

566 1 1th Company 

Michael Rafter 
New Jersey 
Ocean Engineering 
Civil Engineer Corps 

leader, was assigned ; 
his plebe year His ex. 
duty lead to t 
Company Sub-Commander 
year Mike had a busy plebt 
and Ocean Engineering, bi 

e long spnng-BREAK 
pent most o( Young- 
le developed a devo- 
:ramural sports that 

The times Mike will best be remembe 
for being head referee at the Maryland N 
game and at the Colonel s get-togethers 
also be remembered b> 
anonymous accomplice i 

Nobody expects anything but success a 
happiness to follow Mike through the years 

Jackson M. Raynolds 
West Springfield 
Systems Engineering 
Nuclear Power 

The first in his family in the service m a long 
time, Jack came to USNA from a small New 
England town He set a company record for the 

iidn t happen i 

: for gymnastics as ; 
on J V s quickly cor 
lever ran in high sc 

Late in youngster year he was called by so 
ine with higher authority than our own 

He was an ■enigma" to his oinc over sec< 
lass summer As a result, he acquired a uni 

irst class cruise, an SSBN patrol, proved h 

Donald C, Renner 



Computer Science 

United States Marine Corps 


The Pennsylvania Dutchman came to us from 
the enlisted ranks, a Data Systems Computer 
Technician, DS2 Not t 

Don ! 

California before being lucky enough to get ac 
cepted to NAPS He graduated NAPS wher 
most of his high school classmates were gradu 
ating from real colleges 

In academics he tried his hand at System; 
Engineering but soon found he would be more 
comfortable with his old l{ 
the Computer Science n 

Mark D. Rohrbach 
Cherry Hill 
New Jersey 
Ocean Engineering 
Nuclear Submarines 

Mark Muhammad" Rohrbach hails from 
Cherry HiN. New Jersey In the tour years thai 
he has been here he has earned the reputatio 
of both a fighter and lover extraordinare Mark 
fighting career started early plebe year, whe 
he gave his roommate a black eye His ne> 

Personal ( 

there was nothing better to do. Don 
ways dig up a good excuse to put m 
request chit or two, some even g. 

Everyone could count on D C for h 
advice, no matter what the problem, 
had an objective way of looking at i 
Selection will be a surprise The only 


aouncers at Maudes, 

ndHabib Asa 

lover. Mar 

dated such 

gorgeous girls as Twig- 

d, and Alexan- 


Mark ha 

also provide 

d a vane 

y o( entertain- 

ment Ther 

e was his roo 


birthday party 

e the cigar a 

d drank 

Amorietta, the 

oyster and 

case party. 

he tasty 

steak kabobs. 

and the annual pre-arm 


nly maior p 

have centered 

around Woodys phone 


ghost of St 

u Kiehne, bu 

Mark got even by hid- 

mg Woody 

s Yankee iac 

ceiling tor the 



no one per 

on has 

more determi- 

nation than 

Mark Howe 

se do yc 

u explain play- 

. had ( 


short days during youngster cruise aboard 
LST1183 in San Diego Whether he gets P-3 
NFO or goes Marine Corps to stay ashore, we 

played lacrosse before coming here, playing 
150 lbs football when weighing 200 lbs m high 
school, and just surviving tour years here Good 
luck Mark in all you do 

1 1th Company 567 

James J. Rose 



Ocean Engineering 

Nuclear Surface 


Rosey came to the Academy thinking that hi5 
parents were sending hinn to summer camp A< 
they put him on the bus to Canoe U they reas 
sured him that he would be back home m time 
to repack his bags and head to the only college 
he ever wanted to attend, the University ot Vir 
ginia Now. 4 years later, he can be (ound wan 
denng aimlessly around the halls wearing one oi 
his many UVA tshirts. wondering what wen 
wrong Rosey s heart is at UVA, his body a 
USNA And what a body' Some call him Cona 
the Barbarian m awe of the massive trame tha 
he developed during his two weight hftmg se? 
sions as a first class! Others refer to him a 
Sebastian Coe. the great distance runner, i 
recognition of Roseys great mile run records 

best sub-squad runner the Academy's eve 

Rosey s interests include gambling at Atlanti 
City, road tripping to the global corners, an. 
charting the stock market In between his cne 
of Seven ■ at the craps tables, jam it Ralph 
at UVA basketball games, and "buy, buy. buy 

degree in Ocean Engineering, write a monthly *^| 

high rank of squad leader' 

Rosey was a first round pick by Admir, 
McKee, coach of the Nuclear Navy He signed 
5 year, no cut, guaranteed underway contrac 

to Orlando for Rosey. with a Wall Street Journ, 
in one hand, and a set of dice in the other Goo 
luck Rosey keep throwing those sevens, an 

nber, you re an Academy grad nov 

Mother B proud! ■ 

Richard A. Schott 

Political Science 

I Schott, or Schooter 

ng the last tour years He t 

xageration and the cover off of 
GO lor 3 years, and during his senior year he _ 

, could not help his love life, ||rtr>^»M^-^^J 
What would you expect from a guy » 

I 2 years that made him dii out a jlfrirW^*^"*'^ 

During Rich s sophomore year he became a |I|pi(«ilf^ts^l 
dtsctple of Dogger and Mikey The famous say- lliNtbcirt 


p.ggie ; 

I the Cols in SOB Billy Joel' to re- ||tfM<is)FORDa^ 
./ing Mikes Inends from gaii m Carolina. Rich 

. at the Academy were the !■ idoriisoej: 

> got away jlir''- 

from here as much as possible Rich says the ll|Bf •« ai the At 
you get away and < 

John T. Segura 
Political Science 
Naval Flight Officer 

John Tribble' Segura "beamed aboard" the 
U S Naval Academy from the Rocky Mountains 
of Colorado on July 6, 1979 John discovered 
not |ust a job but an adventure as the class of 
1983 experienced piebe summer It didn't take 
long for John to learn what the wrath of a wom- 
an meant with BAG his plebe summer female 
Sq leader After cruising through plebe sum- 
mer, John entered ACyear full of enthusiasm 
He joined Catholic Choir, selected Poli-Sci as his 
major, and became the fourth class watch orga- 
nizer (known as the "Ad)utant' ) All of John's 
classmates gave him so much grief about watch 
that he volunteered for the job during young- 
ster year Now that s gungyl 

Entering second class year as a true "upper- 
classman". John was determined to make the 
plebes aware of the power of his "force" John 
soon became known as "Sonar " as he actively 
patrolled for error-prone plebes in his sector of 
Bancroft John's activities included tearing up 
the highways with his escort service, gomg to 
movies and Hood, dressing "preppie ", and liv 
ing in the Company wardroom John did the 
latter so often that he was unanimously de 
dared the first class wardroom C/ar 

First class year began with John enjoying the 
position of Sq leader during second set plebe 
detail Although John couldn't look any of his 

Big John ■ John continued this trend during 
A( year with 4/c Skip" being a prime candr 

Edward L. Takesuye 



Electrical Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


EdC'Fuye ") hails to us fron- 

ademy on 6 July 1979 ; 
s Emperor' We", plebes 
Vc-year ■ began Being a 
I Japanese descent, wl 

tguy . 

uatly he 
I S Navy — b 

' go r 

24 t 

! plebe After John completed h 

Russian Club President. 

majored in graduation^' 

Following graduation. John can either be seen 
m his Camaro (which he hasn t bought yet) or 
flying high as a Naval Fttght Officer John will 
always be i 

soundly knowing that he has been held down 
here every December 7th since he reported to 

Well. Ed started out first class year on a moti- 
vated toot by BEING volunteered for first set 
plebe detail, and his reputation began to grow 
by leaps and bounds At first, he was remem 
bered by his plebes as the Oriental-looking 
squad leader, this was followed by ' Kenny s 
locker monster' and Hurricane Takesuye as 
he raped plebe rooms The O-Club became Ed s 
regular Friday night 'hangout ' (which inevita 
biy led to hangover ) and a rough time for his 
roommates who would TRY to get a big guy like 
him to bed quietly Speaking about bed. first 
class academics took their toll as Ed came to be 
called "Rack-a-Fuye" — even by the Company 
Officer who always found Ed working driiRpntiy 
for his varsity rack award 

Except for the tact that Ed sno'. 
enough to wake John Paul Jones ('">' 

would do anything for a friend Scru^^ , 
could never ask for a belter friend than I uyi' 
class year Ed was accepted mio the 
wer Program There is no doubt m 
nind that Ed will succeed m Nuke 
Power as he has succeeded m everything so far 
After all. any person who has a meal named 
after him — Beet Takesuye — MUST be a re 
markable guy! 

During fi 

568 11th Company 



Todd A VanGunten 



Applied Science 
j Surface Line 

Todd came to the Academy (rom a small town 
in Otiio Everyone has heard of Findlay. Ohio. 
I home o( Marathon Oil. Cooper Tire. Findlay 
I Ford, and a branch ol every other ma|0r corpo- 
j ration in the country It is not surprising that 
j Todd did well as a management maior He was a 
I major investor in a very large company. An- 


On evenings when Todd 
supplied his friends with m 

I stock, he 
f good laughs He 

and was bt-lingual. Spanish-Engli: 
Academy, Todd had an a aMinity 
ings and bulletin boards and wa 
for an oysters and beer party Wl 
llth Company's dining-in If oni 

Van and f^ac were working tor R H VanGunten 
& Sons DESTRUCTION company As for driving 
in the yard, at least when Todd did it the truck 
he drove was a FORD and the beer in the back 

IS great to be around Here is a toast to the 
greatest mid at the Academy, even though 
THEY dont think so 
We wish you the best ol luck! 

Peter K Webb 

Satellite Beach 


Physical Science 



Peter comes from the 

middle 0( • lin« 0( 

Webbs who reside in the s 

nshin. Stat* Of Flor- 

Ida With extreme professionalism and single- 

ness of purpose Peter cam 

e from NAPS to pur- 

sue his goals Little did he know mat he was 

domed from the start 

Nonetheiess. Peter 

strived for excellence in all 

that was military and 

athletic He carried the Company guidon, at- 

tended airborne, air assault and summer Buds 

schools, and faithfully work 

ed out everyday Pe- 

ter was so devoted he even 

had the nerve to ask 

his roommate to work out 

an Saturday morning 

All this, however, is not me 

ant to lead the read- 

er astray 

Peter's deriliction was 

always present but 

only in writing five times a 

d only seen again by 

anyone twice Peter drank 

with the worst of us 

in Eleventh Company and 

was one of the origi- 

nal Buds Peter s story 

does not get really 

interesting until senior yea 

when he discovered 

there were other ways t 

3 become physically 

aroused than by jumping 

out of airplanes He 

discovered the true purpose for women, bought 

Peier IS obviously ready for th« fleet. un)e»» 
someone expects him to use his Electrical Engi- 
neering knowledge In tact. Peter is so ready *or 
the Heel you can always hear him say "I can 
hardly wait to get into SuHace Navy so I can 
transfer into a real warfare speciality' 

Bruce D. Wehner 




Navy Air 


Bruce came to Annapolis from the nearby 

and lacrosse After surviving a tough plebe sum- 
mer, thanks to Sup. and an even tougher par- 
ents weekend, thanks to Disco, he realized that 

in order to stay at good ole USNA During plebe 
year he managed to study . 

Kevin J. Wilson 
St. Francis 

Applied Science 
Naval Aviation 

for the past tour years th 

youngster year ' 



' mother B Coming to the Boat School 
; wheatlands of northwest Kansas. Ke- 
ly stuck out as being proficient in west- 
is, cow milking, and working on what 
neath a car hood This showed from the 


and two close friends Al and Mikey Disco and 
Bruce soon became disciples of Al and Mikey 
and learned to do things the easy way Al and 
Bruce were often known for their burger runs to 
Henrys m the red "pup* mobile Also with the 
aid of Mikey. Disco and Bruce were able to 
aquire many "free ' weekends Second class 
year brought Bruce's lacrosse career to a halt 
as he was squashed by the tat man " 

First class year, however, he regained his lax 
title under a new head coach Bruce was also 
starting out the year with only one roomate. 
Disco On top of all this he also had a new car. a 
high speed yellow azz gt This car was capable 
ot speeds in excess of 130 mph although Disco 
will disagree and tell you only 105 Bruce will 

to come to m time of need He leaves USNA with 
the thought that "the Naval Academy is a good 
place to be from"' Right Disco? 


oots Thinking of many i 
J the "Land of Oz ", Kevin 

I comfort t 

lings c 

four year experience, all he says is "l ve been a 
long time leaving, but I'll be a long time gone" 
Kevin has made a name for himself among his 
friends and company mates in his adventures 
Breaking out of his western shyness that he 
possessed all of plebe year, he showed up 
youngster year with a silver mane, a smile, and 

and could always be found dreaming of four 
wheeling in his Brat, snow skimg. Fritter & the 
good times in Cheyenne, and his Princess back 

would say their tavonte meal at 

was three day old burntos' He'll always t 

Its toll on many an area college girl, an 
subtle way of saying, "Have I ever dor 
wrong!" when out partying and the worn 
making the next days responsibilities wer* 


Uth Company 569 


570 12th Company 

Mark S. Barbour 

Mark has been well known tn 12th Company 
lor his radar-like ears, his cute cammy shorts, 
and his propenstty for the horizontal position 
While at the Naval Academy, he has known the 
)oy of being a free spint, scoring numerous vic- 

tives of that well respected institute o( learning. 
Hood college The few times he did leave his 
rack, he demonstrated an awesome prowess as 
a fieldball defensive player I am sure that his 
collection of Ahstair Maclean books will come m 
handy for him during those long night CIC 
watches on the air-pollutmg, smoke emitting 
surface ship he will choose Whatever the future 
may have m store for him, we want to wish him 

I the I 


David A. Beemer 
Swartz Creek 
Supply Corps 

Dave came here out of high school ready to 
set the world on fire, only to find that his plebe 
summer tirsties had the same idea, only they 
wanted to start with him Never losing his love 
of the Simpler things in hte. like hayndes, nurses 
and blowing oft study hours, he managed to 
stay on top of things (or underneath them, as 
appropriate) He started out with every inten- 
tion of flying, but he finally saw the light and the 
worth of the Supply Corps via a unique exper- 
ience on his Bethesda III second class cruise. 
First class cruise saw him in Japan, and nobody 
could have been more psyched for a profes- 

Charles Bresnahan 

Physical Science 
Navy Supply Corps 

Chuck wanted to go to a 
ing distance of his home s 
Johns or USNA Since he ■ 

emy seemed the best choi 

free and how can you buy a 13.000 dollar BMW 
if you have to worry about paying for college 
Hey Chuck, Let me see your scars 

Football really took its toll on poor old Chuck 
After 3 shoulder and 2 knee operations, it was 
Supply Corps for big Chuck One pork chop, two 
pork chops, three pork chops not bad 

Chuck We all loved eating at your house our 
entire plebe year and we were sad to see your 
parents leave Thanks alot and good luck in your 
5 year Navy career 


Patrick A. Coronado 






P C came to Canoe-U w.th the .d 

eas that he 

would lead Navy soccer to four Nat 

onal titles. 

d enioy the 

sunny lite of Annapolis as he did m Texas Con- 

trary to popular belief. R&R mean 

rules and 

regulations, not rest and relaxation. 

so Pat had 

to modify a few things He did end 

up playing 

four years minus five games of tutbo 

and along 

with the rest of the team, learned h 

w to move 

goals and wear shin pads 

When It came to relaxing, the mus 

c of James 

Marshall Hendrix. the Red Headed S 

of course, the boys, helped P C t 

enjoy the 

long nights and drive others crazy 


was also found in other forms, and 

Pat always 

managed to find them Many warm days and 

butt-cold nights were spent on his t 

and maybe now Pat will find othe 

reaching high velocities and buzzing 

around To 

USNA. he leaves his deep thanks f 

r good ex- 

periences. good balconies, and good friends 

12th Company 571 

Michael T. Coyan 




Navy Air 


The east coast must n 

ly enough his eyesight was spared by the r 

Robert A Cngger 

Colorado Springs 


General Engineering 

Navy Air 

Serious Bob 

It anybody in the class of 1983 i 
pression on good old Canoe U it w 
Bob Bob started this task as ea 


Sebastian P. De Angells 
Political Science 
Oil-Burning Surface Line 

be some kind c 


There's too much cond 

and I can't get no reliei 

-Bob Dylan. "All 

It took him tour years 

ly found his way out 

gained populari 

rn in the backwoods and blut 
> inspiration to all Big Man 
as he gamed stripes, both to- 
,e Though his love lite started 
d Wing basement. Bob ioon 
1 throb 0l every high school 
Bob also became very w»«- 
jrigade lor his artistic taienij. 
his plebe year and eventually 


1.; Science 
(fiignt Officer 


his stuH out of his ro 
stuff to Pensacoia 
coming a Navy ace V 

Iking ol him Good I 

felt long atltr 
om Bob will b* 

h« h«s 1 

liam K.S, Dobbratz 

Physical Science 


pretty girls that 

his dismay, all the pretty ones were t; 
their plebe summer squad leaders But t 
alright because he was able to find a ci 

t always made you 

embered along i 

Monty. Shoe, Brez. and Stump If 
the other four were close by Lik 
son. Smitty will soon be swinging v 
Good luck and stay out ol trouble 

572 12th Company 

every f^i... 
P'tte year aft) (^_, 

Jimmy Duran 
I Dade City 
! Florida 
I Phycial Science 
I Naval Flight Officer 

i J.D. 

After winning the Brigade Championship in 
boxing. Jim had a hard time finding sparring 
partners, much to the dismay of the plebes who 

professional' and a few other things, depending 
on which class you asked The old man was 
known to put red-hot and fiery, on everything 
he ate On we's. he would disappear to Bob's, 
his home away from home, m Glen Burnie Sun- 
days at 1800. although arm sore from the 12 
02. curls. J D still wore the gnn from the late 
night movies on HBO (XXX ) 

When back at the Boat school from leave, he 
always sported quite a tan, ripened by the Fla 
sun (although his back seemed to receive the 

majority) J D put 
many thoughts of I" 
truely proud of his h 
future, amigo May t 
and often! 

ut for studies, and held 
. Mexican Rose Jim was 
ritage Best of luck in the 
s flight pay serve you well 

Thomas M, Edwards 
Farmington Hills 

Nuclear Power 

Tom came to the Naval Acaden 
mtdwest and if he had his way h 
heading straight back there He n« 
to have much trouble with grades v 

suffer through the agony of frequer 
but he was lonely for a little whil 


GOD Standing in his doc 
in hi6 physical conditioi 
eventually do 9 pullups ii 

company football 

Platoon leader during plebe summer detail very 
seriously He put m long hours and even a few 

him well for that because Tommy never ne- 
glected fun either Despite his professionalism. 
Tom never seemed the Nuclear Power type, 
Tom left an impression with 12th Company He 

: bubble head 

James M. Emery 

James A. Evans 





Computer Science 

Operations Analysis 

Nuclear Power 

Marine Air 



Jim came to USNA from Tacoma. Washing- 

Coming to USNA all the way from Whitehall 

ton He always tried to enjoy tiimself Jim tiad a 

Pa . Jim had his head in the clouds from the 

good time playing football except when his 

start After a stmt with glasses second class 

smile was forever altered by Smitty He picked a 

Computer Science ma|or so he could spend 

off to Pensacola »ia TBS First class year 

most of his free time in the rack or out drinking 

worked out well for Jim. with three striper libs. 

Wanting to be a pilot, he was forced to go nuke 

and no classes after Friday 3rd he could be 

by too many nights m front of a three inch TV 

found on his way home almost every weekend 

screen For Jim. it will be a good career in subs 

to be with Lisa, The Marines are looking for a 

as long as he keeps getting those nuke bonuses 

few good men, and in Jim they've found some- 


one with "the right stuH". 

12th Company 573 

James H. Flatley. IV 
San Diego 
Physical Science 
Navy Air 

Seamus came to Annapolis from |ust abou 
everywhere with a dream of becoming Navy't 
punter Two years later his dream had not comt 
true so Seamus packed his gear and jomed th* 



Playing football wasn't enough, Seamus c 
be (ound carousing on the yawls and yai 
trying to further his USNA experience P 
year and the academics found Seamus in a 
hill climb But wait, his dad is an Admiral 

Youngster cruise took Seamus to the I 
where he enjoyed the comforts of his fat^ 
stateroom aboard SARATOGA during those 
nights when he should have been somewhe 
else Boy. life was tough that summer, tlymg 
the backseat of an F-4 with his dad 

As our hard working Class President first clas 
year, Seamus spent more time m the Dant' 
office than he did on the books 

Being third generation on both sides 
family to attend the Boat school, we kno 

Gina L. Hester 
San Diego 
General Warfare 

Thanks. Becky ( 'Z'-Queen). Ginger (A»- 
borne). and Yotanda (Three Strike) fof tht 
friendship and good times Good luck to al 
those left behind in mighty twelve, its not so far 
away #30 thank you tor the beautiful fnend- 

tennis, you re Ace • Again. Gmger & Becky. 
have fun With C 4 (W Squared) Thank you moil 
of all. Mom and Dad. because with you all tfus 
was possible I made it with mellow days, easy 



Donald C Hinderliter 

Scott G. Larsen 






Physical Science 


Surface Line 



Don left his home in Rochelle. Illinois to travel 

Scott came to us from NAPS, making plebe 

east and ended up spending tour years at Boat 

year that much more tun After a good lime at 

U When he found out that that USNA had more 

Bethesda. losing a little of himself m the conse- 

to offer than Judo and free food Hindo tried 

quence, he has come a long way At Canoe U 

every trick in the book to get out Plebe year 

his hobbies were checking out the local spots 

saw Hindo try to drink his way out. but all that 

until one Suzie Q befriended him one day, being 

got him was headaches and better grades So 

the stereo review rat of the hall, buddymg up to 

Hindo next turned to forms 2 during his young- 

mirrors, and keeping clearasil in biz A Z-rack 

ster year He tried lending albums to plebes. 

hound to be beat, a ■greaf Asst Boxing 

taking bread from the wardroom galley, and 

Coach, and an honorary member of the Hor 

even the infamous PDA But all of his efforts 

were futile Somewhere between his youngster 

De Corps' of the skimmer Navy!!!! The best of 

and second class years Don realized that no 

luck to you Scotty. smooth sailing always, and 

lots of fun in foreign ports!!!! Your bud always - 

and not go back to the Midwest He then went 

- JO 

to the other extreme and during his second 

class year almost became a real mid! Fortunate- 

ly, first class year came around just in time 

Now Hindo spends too much time fixing his MG 

to worry about being a mid However. Dons 

participation in Judo has earned him the title of 

Club President for the past two years 

The final blow was dealt just recently as he 

was accepted tor Nuke power So Don. despite 

your best efforts, you have obviously developed 

into a fine midshipman and a good friend. 1 am 

sure everyone in New London will be proud to 

call you a fellow Bubblehead Good luck. Hindo. 

574 12th Company 


Peter J. McKenney 




Nuclear Power 


Just where the hell is Norwell. anyway' Wher- 
ever it IS. that IS where Pete came trom He 
could not drive from there to here because a 
"model A" will not make it that tar Our illustri- 
ous Company three-striper was doing one of 
three things most ot the time- crewing up and 
down the Severn, trying to get a car that won t 
break down every time that Coyan gets into it. 

Pete had I 

I chem lab Not I 
luck with members ot the 0( 

iside. anybody who chooses 
! all bad Good luck in all you 
tope It all comes as easily as 

James B Miller 

Physical Science 

J B — the good ole boy from Georgia came 
to the Academy atter spending a year with the 
tew. the proud" and then a year at Naps Bruce 
made it through plebe year with much ease and 
had visions ot Electrical Engineering going into 
his sophomore year — that is until he blew too 
many fuses and decided to jom the elite group 

t Physic 
J B ha 

I his junior year when he met a certain 
etheart who lived close by and swept hrm 
lis teet Bruce will be flymg helos lor the 
ps and he'll be a good one too Hell always 
emembered as a determined individual, but 
;t ot all a good tnend Lois o( luck to you out 

John P. Monahan. Jr. 




United States Marine Corps 


the cradle of the deep Bui being on Hospital 

only made Monty seasick So John was destined 
to return to the Academy to follow his Pops into 
the Marine Corps where the ground is solid 
Monty's bout with the bottle cut short his foot- 

Michael J. Oravec 



Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


pitch Softball 

i water 

irdle for Mor 

early yea 
wisdom a 

lonty finally realized that he must 
3 make the grades to graduate Well, he 
Best of luck from the few and the proud 
(Smitty. Shoe. Wheels, Stump and Brez ) 

t on Hyman by picking 
Mechanical Engineering as his major and spend- 
ing most of hrs weekends with his head buried in 

other half Mikey soaked up knowledge with his 
eyes closed Youngster year we learned ot 
Mikes passion for wrestling at the company 
picnic Second class year OraFix showed us his 
leadership ability as 2/c Company Commander 

•D " in fluids Mikey relaxed a little during 1/c 
year after Rickover retired However, anxiety 

were all relieved when Mikes dream came true 
Good Luck in Nuc school!! and grow some hair!' 

I2th Company 575 

William A. Oxx 
San Diego 

General Engineering 
Navy Air 

and go to Navy Flight School Will got h<s pile 
license before bothermg to get a driver s hcen^.^ 
- learning to (ly in the smoggy. congested skie. 
of Smell-A The hte stagnating gnp o( Bancrc" 
Hall hte was too much (or him. and drove Will to 
far greater depths of madness as he roamed 
the yard in search of adventure ■ finding none of 
course Too broke and bored of tlymg small 
planes - which would not go fast enough, some- 
back in the last lane', punching clouds at over 

skydives. Will can always be found jumping out 
of airplanes out m Ridgely, Md . or listening to 
Pink Floyd albums c 
When that all gets b 
jumping off skyscraper buildings. High radio an- 
tennas. Cliffs in Yosemite, or high spanning 
bridges - low ones too! (would you believe the 
Bay Bridge here in Annapolis' believe it, I've 
seen the pictures') If this isn't madness enough, 
Will en)oys climbing BIG granite cliffs m Yosem- 

i can be found 

overhang and everything 

Well, he scrapes up them with his crazy 
friends, taking several days since they're thou- 
sands of feet tall ■ and sleeps hanging in his 
ropes I wonder how you go to the bathroom up 
there' Anyway, once reaching the summit. Will 

. and jumps off!! 

Doug Pass 



Aerospace Engineering 


Bounce Pass 

Doug flew up to USNA from FayetteviNe. 
Georgia He brought with himself a distir>ctly 
southern accent and a lot of daylight ■ mostly 
between his knees How he could ever run so 
many miles like that we witi never know* Zero- 

us serenely and sanely slept that good oie t>oy 
was out there putting m mileage preparing for 

another M 

arine Corp 

Marathon R'RiRi Not 

thai Doug 

s going Corf 

s no indeed' His place 8 

reserved m The sky wj 

h Navy Air Doug always 

was and always will be 

one to set his goals h,^,: 

As a midsh 

pman, he e 

.empiiiied the end pfO* 

uct 01 the 

Mission ol 

the Naval Academy Hci 

*as a tine 

a tough maior and am 


thiete But 

above all, Doug realuM 

If -ii hewa 

5 merely a c 

eated being and thMM 

reator desired a relationship with h,m. OoMa| 

re pursuit 

.as growing in ths iM 

ihGod Th, 

would have all bMnfl 

possible h 

d Jesus Ch 

ist not died oniheeHl 

and rose t 

hree days la 

ter Good deal! • -Ehr 

Doug base 

a his hie 

solid convictions and 

to call him 

my best Iriend JOSHU/ 

24 15 

Jeffrey D. Shoemaker 



Physical Science 



T Dallas. Texas to show people up 
eally play football He showed us 
Drtunately, during his junior year 

in one easy lesson But. when 
they flew him to the hospital in the CNOs pri- 
vate jet, we knew they'd take good care of our 
stricken hero 
Well always remember his happy go lucky 

name basis with all the big wigs at the Academy 

or playing racquetball with the Dant at lunch- 
time He knew everyone and everyone knew 
Shoe Whatever he decides to do in the future, 
hp'll do it well while putting smiles on the faces 
■ t "Everyone around The Academy will miss 

David A. Snyder 




Navy Air 


David A Snyder-from Philadelphia Pa . the 
wardroom rat who knows more old movie tnvia 
than Wingnut knows 50's songs 

Our memories of Dave from plebe year are 
blurred because he was not seen much He took 

(Doctors' orders) When he returned he wjs 
behind in class but procrastinated until four pj 
pers were overdue in English 

Third class year brought regained freedom 
and chances to see his only love. Skippy Dave 
and Skippy are a couple like no other For Valen 
tine's Dance, Skippy brought 8 girls and Dave 
fixed them up with his "fnends ' Dave almost 
lost many friends that night but the beer flowed 
freely and even Bruce had a good time When 
Skippy wasn't here Dave was home observing 
some holiday Dave spent as much time .it 
home as T J spent working in the company 

Duke used second class year to improve hib 
procrastination ability and to get some sleep 
T V was available every night and his grades 
were improving with a minimum of work indicat 
ing that he neared his goal TJ felt that Snydes 
may someday make a good leader it he didn t 
put it off too long 

The last year we found Snyde* a pl.itd.'n i.-,ni 

himself with a desire to get a "C" m (i ,. i i 
grueling training schedule of a lew puliup-, .nui ., 
short run every few days He bettered uiiu-(>b, 
pointing out uniform violations Itke. too much 
makeup, diamond earings, and long hair Living 
with an engineer did not change his habits He 
often procrastinated to the point ol working 
after the engineer went to sleep 

Dave s service selection will probably be Navy 
Air. which goes well with an Oceanography ma 

576 12th Company 




!8le. ■(at in 

Thomas M. Tarquinio 



Physical Science 

Navy Air 


Thomas M. Tarquinio better known as the 
black and decker power tool of twelfth company 
will long be remembered as a conscientious, 
determined, and studious individual In other 
words he was a megasweat Tom has always 

time he has had an opportunity to practice his 
trade I remember an occasion once, where 
Tom was exercising his charm on an area coed 
He found out through intelligence channels that 
his mate had, Thats right, you guessed it. 
Berpes, Needless to say he flew More widely 
known than his magnetic charm is his accom- 
plishments on the Gridiron Small as quarter- 
backs go and not blessed with blinding speed 
Tom again took to the air Tarqs accurate 
passes {ducks) sustained many a navy drive 
Tom should merge smoothly with the fleet since 
they're looking (or a tew real mids 
Good luck Wheels 

Ruben Torres 




Navy Air 

Toe • Rez 

Ruben Torres' Was he 

Always a man to ma.nta 

n a low prodle. Ruben 

dattheboathouse. or 

behrnd a desk grappling 

with a diHicult math 

course He found succes 

doing both as he won 

a Varsity letter in crew, and maintained grades 

good enough to ensure a 

Navy Air billet Ruben 

Will leave this institution 

with alot of good (') 

memories, an LBFM on 

rst class cruise, a se- 

mester with the Laser, a 

nd an icy bridge after 

Thanksgiving Good luck 

we II be watching the 

skies, waiting for a char 

ce 10 go out drinking 

with a good pilot. 

James F. Whitesides 



Systems Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


Casual tin grin Jim came, wi 

as soon as he left his room, which was papered 
with notes saying ■'nametag-nametag-name- 
tag ■■ After picking up a b-ball letter the rebound 
found Jim in the more challenging realm of batt 

One of three engineering pretenders in aca- 
demic twelve. Jim never managed to qualify for 
membership m the wardrooms prodigious Phys- 

On the weekends he flew out in his Vette 
ready to skrog only to be shot down by calls of 
"hey look at the quiche-eater!', or by catching 
rems throughout the Philly Stones concert 

Its been great, good luck Jim- your going to 

12th Company 577 

578 12th Company 

Lawrence M, Boyle 
General Engineering 
Navy Air 

Larry Boyle migrated south with a head full ot idealism, 
innocence (among other things). None of the above have survived his four yeai 
at the boat school Who says the Academy doesn't prepare you for the fleet: 

Larrys real education began m Philadelphia at Army-Navy I Thirty minute! 
'Golden' led to three very disappointed young ladies and one destroyed bathroc 
never stopped though, and during a spring break road trip his quick thinking ar 
saved him a lot of time and money (not to mention a lot of room tours) 

With plebe year behind him. Larry came out ot his shell A captain's daughter 
freedom soon had him realizing that there was life outside Bancroft, particulai 
Franny's, and at the Liberty Bowl (what was her name?) While putting the final 
double ma)or (Aeronautical/General Engineering), life took on a new perspecti 
ter With one arm around his academics, Larry slipped his other arm around his 
Nancy, who managed to trek from College Park every weekend to keep Larry 
in line Needless to say, Larry's last year at USNA was spent m relative comtor 
using as httle energy as possible 

All kidding aside. Larrys quick wit and easy going nature have earned t 
friendships. He takes to the skies with all best wishes, and the day he earns hi 
be "a momentus equation ' 

Cheryl A. Dolyniuk 



Systems Engineering 

Navy Air 


Cheryl IS probably best knt 
since the beginning is really n 
ments To this day. Cheryl do 

I at Dahlgren, 

can almost always be found with her I, 
systems major, she spends hour aftei 

ee varsity letters every year 
eeze at — but few people realize her real accomplish* 
how to rig her FDBs due to the tact that she's worn 
t she ate on squad tables during plebe year As a plebe 

filled with competition and homework, and a "week- 
fight " for Navy When not engaged in sports, Cheryl 
t love — the computer, of course As a truly motivated 
jr working with Herbie and Nats Despite this growing 

traveling, the power tens, the singing, or the dreaded leaping chairs and rug drills As the long 
awaited day m May approaches and service selection looms m the not too distant future, Cheryl 
has her heart set on flying So you want to be a blue angeP People have said that Cheryl can do 
anything that she really wants to Cheryl has always tried to be the best she can in 

everything she does, and pleasing her parents is important to her A combination of five stripes, 
a possible 12 varsity letters, a 3 5 CQPR. and intentions of being a pilot would certainly be 
enough to make any parents proud! 

Michael R. Barchft 


General Engineering 

Surface Line 


Mike came to us from the great midwester 

metropolis of Rantoul. Ill 

nois Not many people 

call him MiKe besides his lamily because to 

most of us he 5 better k 

nown as Bruce Bruce 

en he became cocaplain 

of the Dahlgren Hall 

Abuse Team" As a second class tie becam 

e more mobile and sprea 

d his talents to many 

neigtibofing all lemale learning institutions wtiere tie spent most ot his 

time anyway Bruce's 

ability to babble when under the influence made 

him the hie of many "Bruce Parties" Who co 

uld forget such lines as "1- 

nrallyin Ain't there 

yet", "Ku Fu Ray", and "let me tall down so 

can puke", A veteran of 

our Bruce parties Mll«> 

claims a hotel room hasn't been made that 

he can't handle Even whc 

n not on liberty Bruce 

does his best to excel In his lour years here B 

uce has developed into on 

the brigade, none ot it at night though He w 

as also one of the founding fathers of the "Jose 

Cuervo Club" (gold) This club however was 

disbanded soon after it w 

as formed however all 

members were given complimentary black N 

s for their trouble A card 

carrying videoholic he 

can be found in front of the tube catching up 

on his Star Trek credits or 

whatever is on around 

the clock (in full uniform of course) Although 

he IS a great natural athlet 

he gave up his oars to 

dedicate himself to more satisfying pursuits 

Bruce has had many mem 

orable moments, most 

r forget After graduatio 

him. his 69 Mustang 

convertible, and all our best wishes will go wit 

him to his mecca Pearl H 

rbour where his frigate 

Tony A, Bennett 



Phystcial Science 



Tony known to his companymates as Bud 
mates on the football team, and Keg-It due t 
remembered as an easy going guy Tony rein 
Fran's, and with the Bruces in the company, i 

The decks of Bancroft will never quite b 

certain ability to cope with his favorite "Led \ 
As for the future, it looks like Tony will fulfill 
carrier he's trying to change his white cover for 
ZOOMIE IS born If Tony's transfer is turned do 
the MARINES Well whatever he does. Tony will 
Hope to see you on the space shuttle 

on of Lex, Stoney by his team- 

ond class summer will easily be 

From drinking with Bram at 

;ot in trouble with the roving 

t flying But. instead of flymg oft a 
:ap That's right. It looks like anew 

his best to PARTY. PARTY. PARTY! 

13th Company 579 


Matthew S. Feely 






Malthew Feely Feels. Matty, I 
from Dedham. Massachusetts wel 
man Matt's Irish looks, Boston ace 
immediately won htm many friends 

r knocklehead is truly one in a million Matt came to us 
jred for ■■|-Day" and the ensuing years as a midship- 
d belief that a paper bag was all he needed for luggage 

'83 anc 
, Note 

little I 

Stooges" ta 
boxing He r 

; you but get 
/intage 60s music and a hard core "Three 

athlete, Matt could always be found in Dahlgren skating or m MacDonough 
lisplayed the dedication to be a success at anything he decides to do. whether 
It's academics, athletics. Black N's (oops), or just having a good time Feels always enjoyed a 
good time Very few people besides Mati could actually like being bounced around the North 

have kept him happy The daily grog rations didn t hurt either It is this same happy outlook on 

life that has ensnared the countless number of dames he never had any trouble meeting 

Matt will always be a true Bruce to the first order, and were going to miss thts man's humor, 

companionship and 1934 pick-up truck Whatever Matfs service selection, we know it will 

include strong winds, heavy seas and a defiant growl. To quote one of Matfs famous naval 

sayings, "Oh Bloody Hell ' Good luck matey! 

Julian G Finley 




Marine Corps 


Julian G (great*) Fmley an NBA, born-lhat-way ' from the only state in the union that begtns 
with a B' . Bama Since 83 made its appearance at USNA, Ju has become well known for being 
unknown, incomprehendtble. illogically logical and shrewd He can always be counted on for a 

Some of Fins favorite pass times are swimming, eattng oranges, grinning, and driving people 
cra/y, which have kept him more than busy for the past few years His most successful effort 
driving people crazy is seen in the behavior of his not-so-conventional Puerto Rican roomate 
But, Julio has a method to his madness Who knows just what it is' He s genuine, yes he really is 
insane, but that doesn't make him dishonorable He always told the truth about what he's up to 
Its a pitly nobody ever beletved him he would have been fried out of USNA He never made it a 
habit to spend much time here anyway He took weekends and even weekdays whenever he 
could (which was about always) Liberty to Julio meant Zak's. Btg Bros, T , M M Ame, Alpha, and 
tutoring (talk about the blind leading the blind') His distinct character also means that Julio is 
singularly special With a warm, gigantic heart, he's one of the mean 13 who is always ready to 
give a hand (right Dave E ) -or both it you're really hurting Good luck 
R W L 

Jean M. Eberhardt 

Physical Science 

MEAN JEAN readily recognized as that red streak terrorizing the courts 
wide tor the best place to enhance her skills and braved the long journey 
Napolis, Merlin to spend the next lour years m her own backyard She came complete 
houses for the company one tor guitar-piaying and one for the Bruces Close as she n 

1 had r 

people For Jean the Navy, 

a Stump The motion of the 
Lounge could usually cure a 

1 Fleet was not just ; 

ive all those Big Mac attacks Learning her best jokes at HRC meetings Mean could 
people guessing as to the most ettictent route for circuit tramtng m a given evening 
e for a year and there went the neighborhood But nte m 
aad- loved those two anchor libs and the exclusive showing of Young 
year Jean decided to set up camp m 7-0 s iront shaft, it bnngs back 
Tiemones of the whole sunrise' and the stuffed shepherd Firstciass year brought a car which 
sears the same number as the B-Baii captam s jersey Jean always did keep things simpJe- 
ncluding her solution to cold football games Identified by her hearty laugh subtle sarcasm. 
aversion to academics, athletic enthusiasm, and supportive spirit. Mean Jean Eberhardt has 
'ightfutly earned the wellbemg and best wishes trom all who kr>ow her 

For her 

Todd D. Evans 



Political Science 

Marine Corps 


Calm, cool, dnlty Chick Evans came 

the Academy trom 

the da.rylands of Wisconsin i 

tier a 

detour through NAPS Oreo 

the last 

rue believers that i 

he Pack was really back and that 

■the Brev« Crew- was really 

the 27 Ya 

nkees reincarnated 

Todd could often be found i 


trivia instead of studying His 

ove of spo 

rts carried Todd thro 

ugh a stellar intramural caree 


ended with his first victory as a coach 

and the lightweight 

S first victory in our four years at 

USNA Despite his long neck 

and his Saturday night study 

sessions, Todd was never a 


buster T D always claimed t 

hat his gre 

atest academic succ 

ess was that he managed to 


Todd t 

Throughout it all though, Todd gained strength f 
f the Navigators, Todd became a leading membe 
usy to help those with a problem - spiritual or oti 
f Matthew 9 36-38 "When he saw the crowds, he had compassion foi 
tere harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd Then he saic 
arvest IS plentiful, but the laborers are few. pray therefore the Lord of th 
iborers into his harvest"' We wish Todd success i 

580 13th Company 

Claude V Galluzzo 


New York 

Ocean Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 

Like the Bealles. Claude originally hailed from the small town o( Liverpool Only lor Claude i1 
was Liverpool. New York After spending a year at the University of Colorado, he left the 
mountains and arrived on the more suitable banks of the muddy Severn to begin his career as a 
Naval Officer The skiing |u5t wasn t the same, but Claude managed to stay for the duration Al 
the Naval Academy, he excelled professionally as well as academically As an Ocean Engineer 
this academic encellence was not easy and meant many long hours spent in the dungeons of 
Rtckover Hall Claude also enjoyed many sports at the Academy, most notably soccer He was 
always instrumental in maintaining the proud record of the 1 3th company soccer team Howev- 
er, the nastier bruises came from the hockey team (b) The approach of senior year meant 
many changes for Claude He quickly became invisible on weekends as he drove off in his RX-7. 
headed for one of the many local girls colleges He was also great to have around the company 
becauseof his willingness to lend a hand or run a quick errand He will have a glowing* future as 
he heads on to Orlando and a career m the Nuclear Submarine community Claude's four years 
at the Naval Academy can best be described as successful, a success which he attributes mainly 
to his parents who provided him with constant support and many haircuts DLTBGVD 

Peter Joseph Holland 




Marine Corps 


Who could forget Pete Holland, the only r 
for the Softball t' 
Brigade Champic 

Pete was also i 

lid stand up and play catcher 
I player He played on three 
ccer team to a near perfect 


3 year enjoying college life a 
his diminutive frame He decided after a 
and became a History major 

Pete's ability to spin a yarn or tell an er 

entertainment Pete provided, but had t( 
many late nights as the books were 

I considered every branch of the Naval service, ev 
• Corps how to adopt to his way of doing things. 

lining story was the cause of many i 
joint His engineering type roomatf 
ider al times if he wasn t the caus. 

1 letting Mckee have 

James D. Hooks 



Applied Science 

Marine Corps 


Jim entered the hallowed halls of Bancroft with a love of the sea that was limited to surfboards 

and near naked beach bunn 

es The loss of his board, his afro, and his God-given right to the 

pursuit of happiness, i e wo 

Tien, soon made him realize that things were about to change The 

initial shock didn t slow him 

down for long though, and he greeted the returning brigade with a 

full head of steam 

Alter a near fatal collision 

with the engineering dept . Jim barely got in under the wire and 

chose a real major That tak 

en care ol. he proceeded to command the summer color company. 

I3th company, earn two N 

stars, and break a lot of hearts (not necessarily in that order) 

Playing 150* football wa 

s tough on the Hooker, but he always seemed to thrive on full 

contact sports, ignoring the pain II someone wasn't trying to knock his head oH. he was 

constantly getting terrible 

rug' burns 

As lor the future Jimisgo 

ng to the Marines, and they are gaining an outstanding man Some 

say It is lUSt because he likes 

the uniform, or that the crew-cut will hide his premature grey What 

ever his reasons, he should 

excel, leading his fellow marines on search and destroy missions to 

f^WC We re sure all the gi 

s have seen his poster If not. he probably has a lew copies he can 

autograph lor them 

A true southern gentlema 

. scholar, and best triend. we wish him what he deserves - the best 

Roberto W. Lago 

San Juan 

Puerto Rico, USA 

Physical Science 



Bob began his Academy career on the right foot and lead his classmates on the left foot 

singing the goat IS old and 

any ' Going into plebe year Bob was all legs but he didn't let that 

keep him down-soon he wa 

flying high and earned his Navy-I^arine Corps gold jump wings 

Youngster cruise was a bias 

t (one ol the lew mids that could see his house but couldn t go 

home ) Third class year we 

t by trivially as he continuously studied lor his demandm major 

With the coming ol Second class year came a roll back m time (the Iresh green ol the late 

50 si Also the chasing of nu 

ses (and vice versa) became quite a sport (and Bob didn 1 have to 

get sick) Second semester » 

as a new life (living in the ghetto and a double maior) By the end ol 

Freddie s houseM His plebe summer detail gave him a lot of experience (decide delegate, and 
disappear with 3 srtiper libs ) As the 1st semester came by. Bob saw himseit moving up m the 
company to the 1 3th co penthouse But as the saymg goes once m the ghetto, always m the 
ghello Bob and his roomies had to move back to the ghetto (even though Sweetmes didnt 
like to be tar Irom B b) Once again Bob distinguished himself as the most eHective squad leader 
(ask N Myeryes like the army ROTC from Nat I Lampoon s Animal House ) He also got the 
special attention of the little crusader m the hall or during marchovers Bob also characterized 
himself by the way he dressed on weekends (how about those issued dungarees for working or 

words) His leadership style was different and will always be (10/9 James') Good luck m the 



I3th Company 581 

Lawrence J ^'.> Connor 



Applied Science 

Naval Flight Officer 


Life around the 13th company just wouldn't have been the same without laid back Larry 
O'Connor A firm believer in the saying -I never let school interfere with my education " Larry 
could always be counted on to ftnd the simplest solution to the most difficult problems For 
example, hating to walk to class, Larry chose Applied Science because it had the most classes of 
any maior in nearby Chauvenet Hall With that kind of reasoning, who could get upset with a guy 
that hated formal room inspections because he didn't want to mess up 16 weeks ot well placed 
dust' Though Mr Mellow in the hall. Larry was a wild man everywhere else and he spent much 
of his time trying to avoid those crazy killer mailboxes while roadtnppmg it to green alerts 
Ingenuity was Larry's strong point Why wear a tie at Army when a sock will do? How about 
those disco shoes Larry' Far and away though, his greatest feats always occurred right in good 
old Annapolis Youngster year found Larry practicing for the 200 yard swim by taking a few laps 
around Annapolis Harbor one Saturday night The following year Larry decided to bring his good 
buddy, Jose Cuervo, back to the hall with him Needless to say. Larry had a path beaten from his 
door to mam (0) by first class summer 

A baseball player when he first arrived, Larry quickly saw the light and for the next few years 
anchored the company basketball, fieldball and sottball teams Plebes shuddered in Larry O's 
presence and somebody said they once heard him ask a rate-but that's only a rumor Larry's 
optimistic outlook on life is guaranteed to bnng him as many good times and as much success in 
the fleet as it brought him here in stalag 13 Good luck Larry, You're the greatest ■ 

David J, Phaneuf 
Mechanical Engineering 
Nuclear Submarines 

which he commonly refers to as God's country Here his primary interests were 
hockey and girls, not necessarily in that order As destiny landed Dave on the qutet banks of the 
Severn river, he began to make his mark on the Naval Academy Dahlgren hall became his home 
as he went out to prove htmself on the Navy hockey team He quickly became known as one of 
the most talented players of the team, which he played on during his four years at the Academy 
Dave was known at Dahlgren Hall for his fast moving and hard hitting style, but no one was sure 
if this referred to his skating on Saturday afternoon or hts behavior at Oisco Dahlgren on 
Saturday nights Hearing that only a fool would undertake the rigorous Mechanical Engineering 
ma|or at the Academy, Dave thought he'd give it a try He was able to prove himself academical 
ly, at the expense of a lot of late nights and a years supply of No-Do/, as he became a 3 
student As first class year approached, a drastic change was seen in his lifestyle He was no 
longer seen closing down the bars of Annapolis on Saturday night He was now most commonly 
seen accompanying a cute little blonde "KG ' to one of the social events in the yard or 
studying It also became common to see him driving around in a shiny maroon 260-ZX His new 
conservative lifestyle gave him a fairly quiet existence first class year (excepi for an unaulhor 
i/ed beef bornto and big gulp here and there) Admiral Rickovers retirement didnt stop Dave 
from joining the silent service, and Dave's future m submarines will surely be .i success 

Martin G- McMahon 



Physical Science 

Surface Line 


rty showed up on the doorstep here at USNA f 
le headstart program in Newport With nothing 

. Chicago. 

buggers, the ortgmal Bruce hit plet>e summer with all of the 
Irack man, Bruce heard it from the sky that physically abusing hi$ 
not his calling and he devoted his full energies to what he does 
iSault trooper So with the gouge from Ann Landers m hand he set 
about for the next two and a half years to make history Trained by the t>est m the hallowed 
proving grounds o) Dahlgren Hall. Bruces name soon became legend at places like Catholic U. 
Hubbard Hall (sasss ). the Army-Navy club the Holiday Inn of Annapohs (what do you mean 
$360 surcharge!), Penn Center, and the list goes on for days Bruce doesn t need a reason to 
party, he needs a reason not to Around the hall he is the undisputed rack king, tube king 
founder of Bruce of the Week' . varsity power eating team, and the first 1 3th company reality 
rep After graduation, Marty, Robin, a jewel he picked up on one of his social excursions and had 
the good sense to hold on to, and the Ford Econolme Tomato ' are off to that pot of gold at the 
end ot the rainbow, a minesweeper out of Norfolk Good luck buddy' 
K F R 

Matthew J. Needleman 



Applied Science 

Navy Air 


Although only 20 miles from hom 
finding his way to USNA Arriving jusi 

1 in the brigade After playing p 
wondering how he managed tc 

tour through NAPS before finally 
lal. Malt began a long year as the 
? baseball for his good buddy Stiff, 
I, soccer and football Obviously a 
1 a 6 29 mile eight semesters m a 
row The same drive and desire that made Matt a success on the field must have had some 
influence on his choice of a major because he never let us forget just how tough his majOf 
(management) really was 

If Matt IS to be remembered tor anything it will be his weekend escapades A lover of wiW 
turkey. Malt's "turkey goggles ' introduced him to many different" kinds of women m his 
career cGel out of here' Tell him to get out") Who will ever forget Matt's passion for squeaky 

For 3 years. Needle enjoyed hiding m the middle of the company but First class year found 
Matt goose-stepping us around worden field 

Having always looked one way-air-Matt decided that any future marching was definitely not 
for him So the future holds Pensacola, Florida sunshine, and a set of gold wings for Matt. 

582 13th Compan 



Tina R. Sherman 


Political Science 
Marine Corps 

way through 
thoughts of punching out were swifti 
charge of the karate club, fencing te 
the Spanish language led Tina to sc 
Cruises ranged from E-boat YP to th 
Warfare qualification Even though Ti 
improve her tan. she also managed 

ting messages), a per 
leant new sponsors I 
theBHRC, Tinas fri( 
oungster year consi 

own belt Tina took 
Her proficiency m 
to Rico and Spam 

Hawaii By comb 


-playing \ 

I at the Pen 
grateful dead Sherm survived tl 
Tina actually en)oys doing Polit 

Bancroft hall Now. during this last year wt 
assignments, it can be seen that she has adopted a mellower version of her intense lifestyle She 
has grown both physically and spiritually stronger every year "I can do everything through Him 
who gives me strength " Philippians 4 13 

Alan B. Smith 
St. Simons Island 

Applied Science 
Nuclear Power 

Alan Bartow (Bartow, as m general Francis Bartow, confederate states Army Did I ever tell 
you about my great great great uncle the blockade runner ? ) Smith came to the Academy 
from the golden isles of Southern Georgia In his tour year stay, the Academy has not been able 
to change his love for flashy clothes, fast cars, and southern women Al has exceled in all facets 
of academy life from varsity athletics to the classroom where he made the sups list 

Als leadership ability has been felt m a number of different situations, whether planning road 
trips, attacks on local girls schools or bemg the Third Battalion Commander Scrunch" has 

the passenger seat was never empty Remember the pmk champagne and Mr Bubble loose 
boxers at army No t-arry. you're the greatest" H C and of course Als long time 

Smitty has broken a lot of hearts up here, but kept a special place in his, for the girl back 
home He has decided on Navy Air Or is it Marine Corps? (What day is this?) Actually, the wheel 
of fate eventually stopped on Nuclear Subs Nuc Power'!!? Not the typical submariner, we are 
sure our "renegade nuc" will teach those bubbleheads how to enjoy life to its fullest The best 
that money can buy. we wish him all the luck in the world (He's going to need it in Orlando!) 

Edward C Pyne 



Mathematics Operations Analysis Concentration 



In a long search lor a fraternity worth joining, Eddy decided thai the one called the brigade of 
midshipmen was worth trying Of course, nothing could compare favorably with Eds beloved 
Tau Kappa Epsilon at the University of Lowell in Massachusettes Fortunately lor us, he decided 
to stick with the more mundane lite of the Academy 

Ed IS a difficult guy to figure out His romances with women are impossible to envision for 
anyone who does not know him well The ring dance story is a classic I wonder how mar^y 
midshipmen in the history of the ring dance have so abruptly cancelled and appropriated dales 
for the big event No one will ever understand why he insists on studying m front of a stereo 
speaker while it is throwing out enough juice to sf 

» the bulkheads For s 

The kid from Milton decided that since he 

was an engineer at a "real college", he could be one 

here The Electrical Engineering departm 

nt believed m another theory, however, and to 

correct the situation, Ed decided to spend 

every minute out of the classroom on the Cheasa- 

peake Bay as a varsity sailor 

Actually Pyneso corrected the situation b 

y becoming a math major Advanced Calculus must 

be his forte, or at least another one of life's 

experiences Experience is the magic word Ed has 

an experience tor every one that anyone ha 

Well never know exactly how many factories Eddy 

worked, but we do know that he will be a 

ribute to whatever branch of the Navy he selects 

Greg S. Rusch 

St. James 

New York 

Mechanical Engineering 

Surface Line 


In 1 979, Smithtown and the rest of Long Island provided too little excitement for Greg to stick 
around, so he donned his dungaree jacket, jumped into his 68 Firebird, and floored it down 95- 
at-95 just to raise his right hand and say, "So help me God " God has helped Head, for these 
four years have proved fruitful Very few Mech E majors manage a respectable QPR, but Header 
did It by walking through the halls during study hour, and spending as long as possible m the 
wardroom staring into the depths of their jet black coffee 

The engineering discipline is Heads forte', but the humanities held him captive for longer than 
he would have liked Lets' face it. we all have our weaknesses Head is no english major His Long 
Island colloquilisms appeared more often on his plebe English papers than did passing grades 
His "mastery'' of the english language is well illustrated by his "off the cuff" remarks Header 
would never tell his ring dance date that he thought they should get into line for a picture 
Instead, he'd say "Ois line ain't gettin no shorter " 

Greg's personality makes him a pal Anyone from a family of 9 and who lives in a wood stove 
heated garage has to be easy to get along with This trait, among others, makes him highly 
desired by the surface nuke community, which he'll step aboard upon leaving the banks of the 
Severn As Greg goes away from Crabtown we ask who will water Worden field Worden will miss 
Greg's sneezes at drill, our wardroom will miss Greg's mate ability to fix anything, and well just 
miss Greg 

13th Company 583 


Jane A. Ward 

Navy Pilot 

Jane arrived at the Academy as a quiet, seventeen-year old girl from a small hometown in 
Michigan The ngors ot plebe year were a shock "An F-4 is what?" How could they blame 
me for depriving our entire fourth class of their racks?" However she managed to survive the 
hardships, including celebrating her 18th birthday earning her scuba quals" The year ended 
with the joyous sound o( a redhead duel singing "Happy Herndon to You'" Smce then. Jane has 
expanded her tastes and interests to keep herself entertained She enjoyed running, and she 
and her teammates explored many ways to make running fun After much hard work, and many 
good times, Jane earned her letter m track But, her good times also allowed her to earn 

opening of the Baltimore aquanum, Jane decided to create a small aquatic environment for 
display in her locker Some of Janes more useful endeavors include providing transportation m 
her abused but faithful Volare, supplying the box lor social functions, and representing the 
female midshipmen on "Bruce" excursions and Hoodtramids Thus, after lour years ol memora- 
e IS now prepared to head out and seek future lun in the fleet 

William E Weinert 

El Paso 


Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


Why BrII came to USNA has never really been known 

An Army brat lor a good portior 


lile Bill could often be (ound pulling Ihe (inishing touches on his newest tank model, whil 


a plebe had to endure Bills famous 'history ol the Gern 

nan army" come arounds This is 

say thai Bill would not go all out lor good old Navy For e 

ample, a somewhat demented student. 

Bill once holed up m hn room lor an entire weekend wi 

h the blinds down and only bana 

nas lor 

(ood, in an atlempl to raise his grades To his Inends 

Bill was a great practical ,oker 

to his 

enemies. Bill was a devious soul (Remember that squad 

leader youngster year who coulc 


get her locker open because the lock was super glued 


talk about Texas women, real Ic 


how last his RX J could go through the desert, and how 

Maryland is really part ol New England 

Texas loss is the submarine lorce s gain as Bill heads 

ut to sea to lullill one ol his lile 


dreams ol serving on a u boat May he always have lai 

winds and smooth seas and let 


as we ve had 

David E Snyder 



Electrical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


company area lo 

department and 
3 65 QPR Conti 

belief Dave - 

state. Dave immediately impressed us as a man ol 
10 state shorts black socks, and docksiders around the 
jre if anyone laughed^ Who else considered 4 hours of 
snydes A certified geek, Dave tackled the famous EC 
quick mind his super last mechanical pencil and his 
■>ot spend all his time studying An active 
Dave switched h.s allegiance to the glee dub 
year and claimed more road trips than anyone in the company (Did you go to New 
Vegas, The White House ') A sly one while piaymg on 4 brigade champ»onship 
»ars. Dave would often appear on the handball court with his geek glasses, his pro 
s shorts pulled up around his chest and then proceed to beat some poor sucker 

joubt, Dave was the hardest worker that many ol us have ever met and we were as 
was upon his selection to the nuclear power program First class year also tKougl^t 

j bugle c 

success lor years ' 

Michael 1. Treadwell 

San Diego 


Political Science 



From lotus land to USNA you can br 

ng a horse 

to water b 

Jtyoucan 1 

make him dnnk 

Isn t 

this Berkley? The tour-year Olympic rack 

a-thon H 

e came lor 

he social 1 

e Mike has never let 

the Naval Academy interlere with his per 

sonal hlestyle This w 

as parlicula 

ly true when it c 


to women, but it was his women m th 

e yard t 

-lat earned 

him the ti 


lamous lor his academics, Mike should pi 

ce within 

he top 90% ol his das 


his exemplary conduct and perlormance 

record he 

should ea 

Ily place w 



a lew images stand out to make it a all worthwh 


long ha 

r Kilo com 


communists Kelly Jane Cheqi 

ita Ell 

abeth AC boards 



Iruits lor rotting vegetables Robs schc 


black N 

move tc 

lucky thirteen 


Brown Bermuda Susan bagging 


s Zen and the art 



catwoman later days and tubula 

r waves 



us do they 


encounter groups at Quantico ? Ily h 

gh An 


cloud above lotus- 


584 13th Company 


Lee S. Young 


New York 

Marine Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 

Lee Dog 

Alter 12 months aboard th 


rine Scamp. 

Lee got the br 

ght idea that it is be 

Iter to give 

orders than to receive them 

So Lee 

came to USNA to maior in 

sleeping, eating, sa 

ling and, in 

h,s spare t,me, Mar.ne Eng 


From the St 

art. Lee was 

the company's gre 

atest chow 

hound He was the only man 


igade who co 

uld detect a c 

-low package anywhere within a 

10 room radius Knowing h 

s passi 

n lor lood and his unathletic appearance. Le 

e prepared 

himsell lor the mile run and 

the applied struggle b 

y loining the 

sailing team Thus. 

or the next 

lour years, Lee Dog sailed to 

almost everywhere F 

rom England. 

to Germany, to Bermuda, while 

somehow managing to pass 

all his 

thietic tests 

Never one to take things t 


sly. Leecoul 

always be co 

unted on to see the 

lighter side 

ern Th 

s was never so obvious as during First class yea 

when even 

the Dants 'Good morning Navy' co 

jid not make 

Lee lorget tha 

t he had a 280ZX, a 

nurse in Baltimore - and th 

t the Dant had to st 

y another year 

As Lee continues his interr 

upted ca 

lehead. we'll 

never lorget his happy go-lucky 

attitude towards lite, his sm 

ing lace 

his desire to 


or his eternal question. "Can 1 

John P Wiltenmuth. tit 

Baton Rouge 


Mechianicat Engineering 



II It hadn t been lor a certain Pittsburg Pirate pitcher during the 79 world series and 
resemblance to one John P Wtltenmuth (don't lorget the III), the most lamoui ol all ' 
company s nicknames would never have been discovered Dubbed -Teke ' by lirsties < 
Drove that the only word that adequately describes hirr 

classmates i 

John « 

lings II 

) much about Y 

house Anyone with a tiling system lor his cookies didn't need to wc 
appearance Bestdes being so neat, Wdty was also a pack rat and ii 
chits, earplugs, a copy ol letters from the Dant s desk, live kinds ot tape, mouse traps or 
assorted other junk. Wilty had it One would think that Teke's type would love the regimented 
hie ol USNA. but being volunteered' lor the garden state bowl, Orlando detail, and (luids with 
the rocket only reaffirmed Teke s beliel that the Navy was out to get him A physical negate 
when he got oH the (ram. Wilty ended his career at USNA as the mile run instructor for the sub 
squad Obviously, the lact that he got more chow packages as a lirstie than the rest of us got as 
plebes did not hurt him 

Possessing one ol the quickest wits around. John was always good lor a laugh or two And 
although he claimed that he was an eternal pessimist, we saw Teke smile too often to believe 
him As John lakes his lavonte saying. ' Veni, vidi, eveni laete" (I came, I saw. t left gladly) To 
the Surface Navy, we wish him the best ol luck throughout his life 

David J. Yoder 
Naval Flight Officer 


While searching for some of the lost sheep Irom his larm in Carlisle. Dave stumbled upon 

nately lor us he did Right Irom the start. Dave decided that he was going to give a new meaning 
to the word "thrillseeker ' Our own Yoda joined the Canoe club, the "B" team hockey club the 
inteenng club, and he even sailed to Europe for youngster 
.e the rest of us 11 that wasn't enough, Dave braved the 
dangerous world ot battle-lax, tieldball and he coached the inlamous company lightweight 
lootball team (Does 53-0 at halftime ring a bell') All this excitement can tire a guy out and we 
usually knew where to find Dave during study hour ■ in the rack When Dave actually studied has 
been one of the great mysteries of our time, but he still managed to struggle by m Oceanogra- 
phy with a 3 30 

Throughout it all though. Dave remained the lovable farm boy from Pennsylvania Flannel 
shirts, blue jeans and work boots were Dave's true uniform First class year and it would have 
been out ol character lor Dave to drive anything but a blue pickup An NFO since he said the 
words. 'So help me God." we're sure that the Navy will appreciate Dave's desire to excell. his 
good natured exuberance, and his love of life, as much as we all did 

13th Company 585 

Jerry M. Crockett 



Political Science 



Jerry came to Annapolis straight trom the fleet The reason that he was able to get sailor of 
the month twice became readily apparent Even during plebe summer, he showed through the 
crowd as a natural leader While the rest of us were struggling to know our rates. Jerry wrote the 
company theme song Plebe year was pretty easy for him He did not make any waves, thus, no 
one bothered him On his way back from dead week leave, he tell on his head, and sustained a 
bratn infection But, after three exciting weeks in Bethesda. he was ready to go on youngster 

3nd his buddy, Don. move out of Bancroft 
! went to Docksides together I knew that 
aitresses, piano player, and half of the 

3S to be about the neatest person that I have ever met Our opinions on roor 
clashed at times, but we were able to peacefully coexist He actually folds his laundr 

-s as well He usually wears through at least two whisk brooms a semester Dressed a 

le looks like something straight out of "GQ" 

IS will be losing an institution once graduation rolls around I wish you the best of luc 

Thomas B Dalpini 

Computer Science 
Supply Corps 

Thomas Bryan Oalpini was the model midshipman He ate hot dogs and apple pie. lovi 
baseball and of course drove a Chevrolet He was what Navy is all about: morally, mentally, ai 
physically Tom |oined the elite group in 14 all the way from Memphis. Tennessee He w 
always working, dnd if he w,)sn*t studying he would square away his uniform, clean the room, i 
ad the bible He was the perfect mid. he even lived up to tl 

Danfs standards He < 

' those guys that i 

may God be with you 

586 14th Company 

Felix Unger and his roommate was Oscar Madison As a 
Ike he will be the perfect Naval Otticer of the future Tom got 
we can say is you're on the right course Tom Good luck and 

Francis R Blundetto Jr. 


New Jersey 

Physical Science 

Marine Air 


Frank hails from up north of the garden ! 
on academics and have lun with major J 
determined to prove himself Plebe year w 

rclass Each <j 

recognized as the mam 
tuna superpower The 
CMOD when 2300 cam. 

lights oM- 

e off of exit 1 6W After a year a 
e came to Canoe U thirsting for I 
quickly for Frank, between throwing the javeitn for 
and Joe (I M ask the questions here) Catoe All of a 
3y brought another letter with frogs on it from his 
et his experience up at the Syracuse football game 
year brought many thrills for Frank He was quickly 

year, and the end of 82, the big guys united into a 3 man 
shaft feared Frank and "the mauler' which snapped 
oommates as Boxcar Willy", fear shuddered through the 
V it was only a matter of time till Frank bellowed "Yo mate, 
)owwww or when a certain segundo was told to get m the 
and the proud for Frank Good luck to him and Denise m 

ntico and Pensacola and wherever else the corps may lead them And rememt>er Detto. tet 

plumber fix your shower FB-DB-DC Don t lose your banky' 

Troy E. Brannon 
Little Rock 
Surface Line 

Troy came to USNA 
Little Rock and It ceria 


ittle Rock There was very little Naval 
'en still, Troy was a survivor He always 
seemed to enjoy this place dispite itself For 4 years Troy v 
s trom 1 2 to 5 Never fear, Troy cause the gladia 
>f Rick, Clint. Gary, Norns "TC" Cannon, Kevin 
fleet. Troy 
mom and dad. and a special thanks to Veronic 


1*11 to 

/"'«*», Gill 


Mark R. Hopgood 



Political Science 

Navy Air 


Mark blew into the Academy from the steel city of Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania with tire in his 
eyes, ideas m his head, and air in his lungs Never one to keep his opinions to himself, the Wind 
V his views whether they wanted them or not, which lead to violence, confu- 
I {toll booth-shhhhhh' Christmas lights-ahhhhhh!') After all, this was THE Mark 
renter of many road trips to various colleges over the years (I know someone 
who goes there ) the crusader proclaimed to know someone at almost every college m the 
country, and almost proved that he did He also became the company leader in returning from 
leave late for three straight years How could that happen with a parking space right in your own 
backyard?! (I'll never tell!) A bull major at heart. Hop had more liberty and sleep in one week 
than the rest of us got in a month, but he still managed to keep busy in all company activities 
From company soccer (brigade champs '81 ), to parade )udge (bagger), to the head ot the urban 
assault vehicle (you gravy sucking pigs'). Mark found himself involved in almost every event that 
went on around here Plagued by the phantom and the tragic loss of Dobbers. Mark managed to 
sttck it out and even found a new roommate (Well, a tew roommates anyway) Having stepped 
up in class from a spitfire to his real love, a BM-er, Mark need not worry about his car dying in 
front of the deputy dant's house (In broad daylight') any longer The only person who may be 
able to control Mark (besides M H R ) is Judy, and she should be able to keep him under wraps 
until they tie the knot or he runs out of wind 

In so many ways, Mark has been a real tnend to all of us and has had a profound effect on all of 
our lives (Whether we like it or not!) Best of luck Mark and continued success in your future 

Richard R. 




Ocean Eng 


Navy Air 


From Tucker 

Ga to Annapolis c 

ame Richa 

d Randall Jentof 

, better kn 

wn to all of us as 

Dick Plebe year lor Dick was rathe 


for he had little d 

Iticulty slipping into the routine 

ot being a midshipman Dick was 

thanks to Witt 

D and peanutbutter 

to cause 

little havoc in th 


It was also during 

this time that 

Dick became a p 

rt of the 

Scrooge, squirrel 

and Dick 

riad on 7-3 One 

year and lots o 

good times later. 

e took thir 

d class year by st 

rm-well not 

really Afterall. he 

did have his (M 

r Nice Guy) reputa 

on to cons 

der As a second class Dick sp 

ent a great deal ot 

time participat 

ng on the bowling 

earn and a 

a starter on the 

varsity rack 

squad This could 

his laundr 

, clean the room 

ck, ect First 

class year (and 

a car) brought ma 

y new adventures for Dick h 

ot the least 

of these were the 

hood roadtrips 

in the years to 

come Dick 

will be remembe 

ed for many 

things new wave 

music('), wake 

up calls (Dick 

Dick get u 

3 Dick!'!"")t 

ansitory hobbies, his (lack of) 

neatness, and. 

the ever present tr 

unk and bo 

xes But most importantly (an 

d seriously) Dicks 

indelible sense 

ce. and con 

versational wit wi 

be among c 

ur fondest memo- 

nes at USNA 

^nd, although Dick 

s going Na 

vy Air, his feet WI 

always be 

on the ground 

Richard L. Elder 



Computer Science 

Navy Air 


Hailing from Akron. Ohio, Rich touched down at USNA for 1-day Not likmg what he saw. h« 
quickly went back into orbit (He was the only mid to use his 2/c car loan to buy a personal space 
ship) But really folks. Rich fit right into the system; just ask him about his plebe year squad 
leader He was always ready to head a cheer in the wardroom, especially when provoked by a 
high-pitched female voice His voice will forever ring in our ears Later Rich showed what he was 
made ot academically, dynamically moving from systems engineering to computer science 
Later, he showed us some real smarts by avoiding the parade field with a passion, which is more 
than he gave Becky (What ever came of that letter on the B-board ' ) In his last two years he has 
showed us how multi-faceted he is with his sknng and outdoorsman prowess But really folks. 
Rich will best be remembered for his unique and great sense of humor Rich is a joy to be 
around, always ready with a witty remark We all wish him the best, as he heads to Pensacola 
and the great blue skies 

James F. Guiliano 

Supply Corps 

Jim left his mother's comfort in New Canaan, Connecticut and entered the outstretched arms 
ot "mother B" Due to his keen sight, he soon found that "eye'day was more than he 
art but he found his loyal roommates watting for someone to 
nd Jim soon showed them how to take care of their racks 
nning, life at the Academy was easy for Jim with his photographic memory It 
t his lens was shattered on youngster cruise, but he saw the light m his 3/c year 
I burning) "Jewels" really missed the comforts of home, so he had his mom 
m She sent more "care packages' than the Peace Corps 
estling with the rack or hypnotized by the tube, he was displaying his talents on 
ick in his hand, Jim became the "Mr Hyde' of the hockey team He carried the 
ly victories- along with carrying them away from many parties 
lemia was not for Jim, he had enough troubles being the captain of the hockey 
g an underclass parking lot withm the two mile limit Jim was a 

end ( 

, Zu'' 

Senior year soon arrived and so did Jims car (In the yard that is') He broke out the atlas anc 
became a regular Christopher Columbus, or was it Don Juan' He survived the four long year; 
and we'll always remember how the "Mole" beat the boat school and selected the corps — th« 
supply corps 
R.F W. & W J L, 

14th Company 587 

Timothy P Kraft 



Political Science 

Marine Corps 


11 the class o( 1980 couia sec T.mm.e 


hose guys we 

e wrong thinking T 

mothy was 1 

Harley Skidmore jun.or Tim doesn 

shave h 

eat the load 

However he still loves those Semper F 


not as much 

sMommie-0 though 1 Following 

the maior , T,m s real major was a.rb 

jrne tha 

IS it he finished his LTM training 

Tim came to 

the east coast Irom the great wh.te no 

rtn along 

with his Irienc 

s Sven and Sally L 

pin Minn«. 

soda they do things diHerently Tim a 

a die-hard NBA man Back at home it he s n 

ot lighting oft 

the Indians he s cat hunting It look TPK a long t 

me to get out 01 the cowboy scene but now he 

doesn 1 yippee tyeeyeo" or hoo eee doo e 

e into bed 

Frills don t thrill Ti 

■nmie-0 The 

Dude loves to sleep on the lloor a 

nd hang 

upside down 

but heaven torbid 

having clean 

laundry Right now Tim s probably out r 

unning a 

ound in his loir 

cloth eating chilK 

beans) out ol 

his line chinette and plastic silverware 

and bury 

ing his money 

in the backyard T 


goal il the recon learn doesn t suit him 

s to be a 

ke Ted Nugent He 

s already got 

a manager, a private secretary (it she I 

leave ih 

physics dept 

and the groupies I 

nedup Even 

though Timothy Paul dresses in some 

wild outli 

5 and gets int 

3 Astrology he s no space cne 

William J Larson 
Applied Science 

Jeremy J. McGill 

New York 

New York 

General Engineering 

Navy Pilot 


Where do you start with a misfit like Jerry' He came to Canoe U a stray Yankee tan from NYC 
and never let anyone forget it JJ started his USNA career by neatly sidestepping plebe year and 
toining the sailing team He stayed with the team the full four years, ending his first class year as 



After spending youngster year waiting tor second class year and second cla 
the ideal parking space m lown (and mcidently finding it), JJ was rewarded wr 
class year Once first class year arrived, Jerry lost all control and interest m th 
being one for responsibility. J J will be remembered as the only person willing t 

i year looking (or 

tot a TOMCAT Goodli 

Christopher H. Murch 

St. Louis 



Marine Corps 


Chris IS from St Louis. Missouri His father and brother, ci 
to come here After a year in Newport he joined the mo 
principle in lite is to have a good time on weekends as well a 
little but managed to keep a "S" average Neatness is about i 
can get II he had his way (as he did 1/c year) his room wou 
habit he couldn't controt-he had to get his quota ol 9 hours ol steep a day maybe this alertness 
allowed his sense ol humor to be unmatched and so ttmely In sports he always tried to play 
something diMereni each intramural sport set and managed to tackle 9 very competitively He 
has a great deal of initiative organizing exciting weekends for a group of friends like the 
Annapolis raft race, the urban assault vehicle weekend at Army, and camping He will go lar as a 
Marine Corps officer and I expect htm to be wealthy someday il he ever leaves the corps 

42 and 73 inspired Chris 
I class of 83 Chris' #1 
he week He studied very 
1 opposite of Chris as you 

588 14th Company 


Stephen D. Nordel 



Aerospace Engineering 



Steve came to the East on a tattwtnd as a mild mannered Calrlorman from Sonoma I ve been 
there and I still don't know where it is He )Oined the Navy to see the world At least it worked out 
the tirst two summers Europe and Japan weren't bad But alas, the Red Gods stopped smiling 
and King Neptune called Seventy days without rays. EGAO" Definitely a wrong turn on the way 
to NASA Steve was NAVY AIR all the way He lumped on AERO and has been hanging on ever 
since It you needed the "Aero Gouge' . his room was the place lo go (Just ask Mtkey or Johnny 
) Steve aspired to a N' letter He came close in pistol, but the Administration had a diMerent 
idea They gave him a black one with a tree tour of Smoke Hall {sn times a day') It was a good 
thing. I would have gone crazy in the penthouse suite serving time alone A true bud to the end 

If his ma)Or was Aero, he definitely minored m tetter writing What in the world could be m West 
Virginia' Well. Steve found il I don't know how Tracey did it. but she even managed to get him 
out of his rack (NO SMALL FEAT") 

It s been a long four years, he came with hair that was strawberry blond but his love of "Red 
Beach ' turned it a sandy brown Well Steve. I'll see you in another five Steve joined the ultimate 
in service selection, FAO and Navy Air' 20/20 or not. look out cause Steve is coming at you All 
of your friends wish you well Good Luck. Steve' 



Keve K. Papp 

Washington, DC. 

Political Science 

Marine Corps 


Nobody knows exactly were Ke 

ve came Irom 

and when he trie 

d to explain no one understood 

Everyt.me he got ,n tro 

ubie his a 

ccent grew thicker and the ti 

sties thought he was a |a 


Asforg.rls well he 

ranged Ir 

om' spoiled r 

ch girls " and "p 

nk rockers" to psychotics 


quite a ladies man that 


weekend ' M 

Dubonet "coulc 

be found riding down 1-95 

in his 

dinner dress and white 

scart (Remember mid 

n 3/C highway 

to hell") 

Keve loved drill so m 

ch that h 

e was always 

rying to lind a way out and calling those who 

had lazy baggers' 1 When he w 

asn t marching Keve was har 

i at work in the fencing 1 

Dtt or 

pondering the worlds p 

3litical problems in Poll 

Sci And now tht 

t his four years at Canoe 

J are 

finished ou ■social butt 


4 will venture 

off to Quantico 1 

n an attempt to bring the • 


graces' and etiquette t 

3 his lar-h 

eads Keve is 

an excellent guy 

nd a good friend. 1 wish hi 


Mark A. Pearl 




Nuclear Power 


Mark came to USNA f 
He would have had no c 

sold his would t 

John F O'Leary 


New York 

Aerospace Engineering 

Marine Corps 

John came to Canoe U from Camillus. N Y . whipped by the girl back home, and 4 years I. 
both have the rings they always wanted John got off to a running start and high hopes with 

: that I 

log incid 

A of whom taught here when J P Jones was a plebe Academia ; 
John keeping his marginal lead thanks to plebe x-country 
ellar conduct was marred only by his encounter with "l^om " and her I^N(O) cond 
t All other stray torm-2 s were quickly filed in the company's circular file, nevei 
m again you know what they say about the "Winds of Bancroft'"" 

, John was a great guy. if not being the "p a 1 o r b u d d y" of his plebes, he adop 
ee fans as new roommates who in turn lead him to a life of bootlegging and \ 
he "penthouse" H J F 0"L was not sweating finals, he was in class taking thi 
and pencil in one hand, suticase and overcoat in the other with a taxi already waii 
n to BWM 
ate who would always s 


i sprawling metropolis 


1 for the 

r at USNA we 

)a3 6cumasaMathma|0i 
I at $25, the only problem 
get gas between 7th hea\ 
ndo Mark will always 
le years 

I Sadsburyville. Pa via 
; summer, especially * 

ve Lisa couldnt have taught him tc 
even though he was in the playoffs a 
trips tailgaters (Courtesy of Ma anc 
construction company, or |ust plair 
d us into avid marchers Too bad he 
we were always wondering how he 

14th Company 589 

) through D C 

Breton H. Scales 



Physical Science 



Bo just took a short tri 
he was a Navy brat, he should have known better th 
wouldn 1 break a three generation tradition He ms 
inlramurals and soccer He played goalie and was seh 
summer Once AC year started, though, his knees s 
soccer he had to rely on glee club to keep out of ti 
much pain Youngster year was the big'un though 

He made up tor his fryless plebe year by being dumb enough to Ct 

Youngster year, Bo also had his knees c 

, ot breaking more opponent's ribs enrout 

id class year. Bo finally saw the light and switched from Mech E to 
a more useful, less time-consuming major like Phy Sci With a lot more time on his hands, he 
decided a set of wheels could waste some time His black beauty brought him many hours of fun 
and frustration trying to repair various parts First class year it turned out the "Q" liked Bo's 
yellow sweater so much, he decided to make him conduct officer Because of his knees. Bo 
found out thai Unrestricted Line was closed to him Here's hoping he enjoys supply 

To a great friend and a great guy, best of luck 

David Simmons 
General Engineer 

'Admiral Sn 

put his black t 
; beginning of si 

rom Vienna. Virginia Considering that 
) come to Canoe U. but he figured he 
[ through plebe summer by living tor 

, effectively endu 
brigade champio 


Ibum m his hand ready to play for a 
. they shaved his head and decreed 
that they could deprogram him The "Force" was with Dave and Lady Luck smiled by rewarding 
him with 'CJ' , who exposed him to Eddie and David Lee Plebe yeat and pneumonia were tough 
on Dave and somehow he broke the pull of CSU He figured if he was going Navy, he was going 
NAVY AIR Youngster year he survived the 'Cool Wars" and a dose of bad moo juice He earned 
the right to become the protector of the "Mellow Cool Cube" Dave started oft 2/c year runnm' 
with the "Devil" and spewing forth on the Debate team He drove his surrogate car (Navy Grey) 
to fame and misfortune The Dant got to know him and he was rewarded with a free stay in 
Mother "B"'-not quite the same as the Thrift Inn His fame grew even greater and he was invited 
to place a guest appearance (an offer he couldn't refuse) with the Academic Department heads 
and the Supe It was 4-4 in the bottom of the ninth, a hard fast ball ■ - but ttie Force saved the 
day-Thermo is always better the second time around anyway' Dave became the only mid to 
sleep through two plebe summers and four ac years The fourth and final year (hopefully) was 
meant to be the year of his comeback to the Music World but his roommate had other ideasi 
think pulling the plug would have been jusi as effective When hunger struck, Dave was the man 
to see (thanks to the Tuna Alliance) We stopped by any time, except Monday Concert Night 
(kind of like football at the Captains- music at the Cap Center) or Saturday nite (The Sandbar) 
Well, well miss you Dave, a man for all seasons 
Screaming Wheels. THE Guitar. Megawati 
Stereophonic Ecstasy Through The Total Raw Power of 
590 5pi"'ually Inspired Pure Rock 
.inu A Magic Number 

A Mao With A PURPOSf ' H w A. I V 

Allen V. Pollard 



Resources Management 

Navy Air 


battles he It simply say. Ill ask the questi 
night Annapolis, and EB-DB-DO, as he ro 
academic stud he is, had plenty of time for I 
travels he doesn't get "ripped off "' Throui 
was just given green tokens that could be 
mellow attitude disappeared He became v< 

I Academy by NAPS Always wanting to be a pilot, h* 

And prove himself he did' The warrior in Al came out 
awls of plebe year If you ask Al how he tared m these 
ons here Ptebe year supplied Al with flipper, good 
.eked his buniy into youngster year Al, bemg the 
[he famous Syracuse football game road trip When Ai 
ghout 3rd and 2nd class years Al never got paid, he 
put toward Hawaiian ' trips As a second class Al"s 
ery serious about training both 85 and "82 And who 

the night ft 

everyones app 
impulsively giv 

McSnapm' As i 

:old water in 7426, r 
dusted " people lor 
wers anytime day o. 

ps So with the help of Oetto. 

enough. Al needed more, so h 

capability As the mother hen of 7401, 
After 4 years Ole-Piston Pollardo will be 


10 reason' Better yet he would 
ight' By ftrst class year Al needed 
le Mauler and the Sailer ruled Ash 
ed more, so he coordinated an alliance with a third 
h help of his roomies Al broke new ground m luna 
. study habits spread as rapidly as Pauls q #&•> 
iding down to Florida's Pensacola with his beautiful 
lation Good luck to Val and Al' 

Michael H. Ray 



Aerospace Engineering 

Navy Air 


Mike, known only to his Sister as Mikey prior to his arrival at USNA. came to the boat school 
ready to play soccer and lacrosse tor Navy, but found that dual N s are tough to come by with 
Navy coaches like the Falman and the DH After a brief stmt with soccer plebe year (undoubted 
ly for fall T-tables') Mike decided that lax was his true calling and proceeded to spend three 
years collecting N's-maybe another star this year Mikey'-master of the one-worder. Mike's 
extensive verbalizing abilities underwhelmed us all, but we must say that with one word, Mike 
usually said it all Varsity racker for lour years. Mike spent his last two years designing his Aero 
Project — the flying tunafish sandwich A lifetime member of the '83 winning tradition, Mike led 
the team in all its outings against the other classes Two of Mike's redeeming qualities are his 
Mom and Stepdad— thanks for looking over us Mom and Dad — and here's to the memories to 
the urban assault vehicle, the ledge lounge, the cheese, Lisa's. Ann s. raft trips, the stone 

ask for more Truly Michael, its has been a real pleasure having you around here lor lour 
years — at least most of the time The best of luck to you Mikey — and may the wind be with you 


Paul A. Scares 



Resources Management 


"The Ever-present" 

s we know that they drink 
esianum Paul became roor 
al height, 460 of total weigt" 
■big guy sound production; 
Soares quickly learned the 

>l from Wilmington, Del . or was it Chester. Pa ? Well wherever it 
beer there The big guy learned quickly that this place wasn't 
lates with another big guy, Eddie The combination of 13 feet of 
t. and 160 watts per channel of total stereo led to the tormation 
as well as live Skynrd concerts in Bancroft The Ever-Present 
magic that could be worked with medical and medical chits, and 

so most ot Paul's classes became history 

player His fnends will never forgei 

over Washington At 6 ft 4 m , 256 I 

The thought of boxcars from his roomate Boxcar Wil 

a Captain America himself with it came to whipping 

Navy's star defensive tackle Paul was an 
, outstanding play m Navy's nationally televised 
Paul was scared of nothing except "the 

te Boxcar Willie made Paul cringe Paul 

of tuna But he was moi 

■The Nocturnal Analyst of Lite ". Paul needed to chill out with some cool roc 
d to the same guys that slammed everyone else in their biographies The 
ng abuse fairly and evenly, they didn't discriminate 
Tim luck since he'll need when flying through the ; 

Joseph W. Soto 
Political Science 
Marine Corps 

Joe came to us in July 1979 from "Chocolatetown. USA." (Hershey. Pa) at the npe age c 

weekend He made it through plebe year with a 2 0, but it was rough sailing for the next 3 yean 
He )ust didn't like to study more than 3 hours a week He was always smiling He even smiled ^ 
his first "AC" board Maybe he knew something that we didn't know What Joe didn't know wa 
how to get above a 20, but if anyone wanted to know where to wine and dine or how to pick u 
women, they could always come to Joe His biggest thnll was going to Fran O'Brien's with n 
money and getting older women to buy his drinks The Thnft Inn made a fortune while Joe was i 
town His activities at the Academy included the Glee club and the winter musicals which is ho' 
he earned his nickname. 'Happy Feet" He also became an "L T M " After having som 
difficulties with wires Rumor has it that Joe made a deal with his Marine Company officer to g 
into the corps if he could escape the AC" boards. Well, look out Quantico. here he comes! 

Carl J. Sink. Jr. 
North Carolina 
Electrical Engineering 
Surface Line 
C J 

C J knew he was m trouble when the first person he met on 1-day made fun of his last name 
But as it to prove the sea was his fnend. he literally sailed through plebe year Every chance he 
got he was out of those collars that were always too tight (especially during chow calls) and on 
the water After plebe year and a Westpac cruise, though, youngster year promised to be bonng 
So Carl figured EE would be just the thing to keep him occupied It was, most of the time, but 
now and then you could find him down in the radio room, "hamming" it up and jamming our 
stereos with dots and dashes ( "You |ust have a cheap tape deck ") But we were always quick to 
forgive whenever word got out that he had gotten a package from Grandma or some ' Bonme 
cake " He laughed at the firsties and segundos who tried to warn him ot the evil in EE till March 
of second class year when suddenly Phi Sci started looking real inviting But instead he gave up 
everything but his circuits (and one other thing) for what reason, no one knows Maybe they'll 
let him have an Apple II on his cruiser. Good luck and green flashes forever 

Joseph G. Smith 
Severna Park 
Marine Corps 

The mere mention of the name Joe Smith' in the company area was met with cnes of Joe 
who'-oh, yeah the guy with the 4 Yes, Joe had good grades No friends, but good grades 
This IS not to say, however that Joe went unheard Many a worthy adversary attempted to spur 
a conversation only to be met with a series of barbed comments from an ever solemn face Of 
course, Joe also had his private life-we thmk^ It has been heard, although never confirmed, that 

front of the mirror chanting, brigade attention ' While not geeking. which wasn't often. Joe was 
bitten by the running bug Having conquered the Marine Corps marathon, twice the sight of Joe 
in running shoes and sweat gear became quite common The biggest change m Joe over his four 
years at USNA was m his service selection Originally determined to be one of Uncle Hymans 
nukes, a cruise on a sub changed him into a hard charging marine" In all seriousness, though. 
Joe IS a good friend to the people m the company and is respected by all and is a truly worthy 
member of the best class to ever graduate from the Naval Academy Best of luck wherever the 
future leads you 


I4th Company 591 

Keith B. Wauters 
New Jersey 
Physical Science 

I fly tor the Corps Good I 

Craig B. Williams 



Math (Computer Science) 

Navy Air 


The Big Guy spent lour years busting his rump ai 
"N" sweater (BEAT ARMY!) But to all of 

I "The Ama^er" Its hard to find such hone 
American Golden Boy Even in his dark mi 

3f the ideal mid Had it not been for his frani 

irch of that elusive golden star 
1 golden star himselt He was 
in everyone keeps calling you 
»rd to see in WillOad anything 
of this instituti 

Joseph L. Spruill 
New Bern 
North Carolina 
Political Science 
Supply Corps 

Joe came to USNA straight from the thri 
to get used to, but aside form having to 

year was not our finest hour, but after ou 
one hundred percent Rooming together 
together for more than ten weeks someoi 

^tng metropolis of New Ben 

were able to understand h 
nemesis, whit lost his fou 
>n 7 3 was a real blast If y 

k ahead Si» hours during fm 

His drawl took us a whde 
m the li'st day of pi«b« 
1 most Of the time Piebe 
stripes things improved 

lake too many Carolina blue Pm 
ilptured bondo on the front fen< 

* four years The Supply Corps i 

J foremost I 

Trace B, Vindich 
Political Science 
Supply Corps 

The following is a compiled list of things I wish to remember from my experience at USNA 
■ camaraderie of the Class of 1983 m Fourteenth Company- may 
, Richard Seiler, my piebe year squad leader my last swimming 
;rs of the Classless Class of 1982. whose example demonstrated 
)ray I never become, Capt I . a level-headed C O among a peer 
nen. Ft Benning (now I know why we say "Beat Army'"), my 'de- 
vho insisted that green was red and vice-versa - it was literally a 
experience. June Weeks, tailgaters, all of the great times I ve had with my classmates 
id liberty and even m the hall i e poker nights the Ledge Lounge assorted holiday 
d VCR. the Winnebago Army trip (I wish I could remember') and especially my 
1 Day The one mental image which I shall always recall when t m in need of cheenng 
up will be the one which brought me the most joy m my tour years here that of USNA rapidly 
diminishing in size as seen m a rear-view mirror on my way OUTA HERE!" 

to me everything I 
group ot not-so-lev 
nuking" by Bancro 


fusal to wear kneepads, those striper boards would have slapped 6 big ones on 

would've defied the law of physics The 14th Company will never forgive the 

coaching staff for suppressing one of the truly outstanding talents on the varsity football team 

'^hey didnt call you "Tatum" for nothing We were all rootin' for ya out there. Craig, it was just a 

ough break Craig had a knack for making everything look easy, it not fun, and he was a great 

source of inspiration to all of us, especially during piebe year Pensacota will never be the same 

after C W He will undoubtably set new standards of excellence and then say. "Well. I was just 

doing what they told me. I mean, hem haw ." a paragon of modesty I just hope there's 

here to protect good ol' "C" from the swarming hordes of babes eagerly awaiting 

»rnval of this epitome ol an officer and a gentleman Knock 'em dead. Big Guy No matter 

\ lies ahead for Craig, I'm sure the sun will always shine around him regardless of weather 

litfons A truer friend would be hard to find See you in the wild blue 


592 14th Company 


Geoffrey R. 


Palos Hills 




Hello M.dsh.pman Zusciilag! 


get out 

f the rack: The four-year bad drea 

m is over 

How could they 

have dared tc 

cramp your social 

fe like that' Now you can hit th€ 

fleet and 

straighten out t 

IS Mickey Mo 

use Navy 

eh? Were 

glad to see you made it through all those 

financial crises. 

e -whatopti 

jns should 1 order on 

my new280ZX' Shall 1 buy Polo 

or Izod' ■ 

Ahh, to be ablet 

3 atlord such dilemmas 

on $200 a n 

lonth- what classi 

On the list ol 

priorities, academics b 

arely mad 

It onto the bottom 'It a 20 

vasn't the 

minimum. Id be 

having a be 

ter time 

here! • Classes were subordinated to more 


pursuits such as 

leisure, hedonism (gre 

at poster) 

his GQ Playboy image, and of c 

ourse. the 

rack Dont ever 

say he didn' 

take a strain when 

t came to upgrading the status 

mage ol a 

Midshipman He 

e was a man 

with an er 

the game 

ollileatUSNA All ot us should 

have hiss 

ense of duty! If you ever begin to teel sentime 

ntal about 

this place, just remember 'sec 

ond class 


Hey. how bo 

t that foxy B 


Dabe! (soo 

to be another Zu) Must be nice 

to have a 

woman who car 

fly out to se 

a whim an 

then pay tor all the fun when s 

ne arrives 

(Meanwhile the 


ue\ thank 

5 alot. classmate') 

Whatever you 

end up doing 

that nat 

ural ability 

find the easiest (and therefore 

the best) 

way to connive 

hrough life wi 

serve yo 

u well Good luck always to a true Iriend! Bra 


Robert F Wise 
Political Science 
Nuclear Power 

Bob came to USNA from the hislonc town of Williamsport. Pa At first, we thought Bob was 
going to be history, but tt was not to be There was no way The Academy was gomg to let a man 
with the unmatched physical prowess like "Mr Ultima" go without a fight Lucky for us that he 
survived that first summer because soon everyone was coming to Gouge Wise for the answers 
He was a regular walking bulletin board who almost smglehandedly pulled half the company 
through wires, boats and steam Classmate pressures were too much for him though and by 
second class year we had chased him down to Mitscher by study hour That year was a lough 
one for Bob He could never quite get used to the tact that he wasn't a first class yet. and when 
to his horror The Academy revoked his 1 /C car privileges (thanx Dave), he immediately began 
working to correct the administration's gross error (How else could he get from the Thrift Inn to 
docksides') The Academy never had a chance! Bob left it flow so well on his request that he 
should have validated his Poll Sci major Of course it didnt really matter as Bob owned a car 
that earned half of its mileage behind a tow truck 

In his real 1 /c year. "Admin Bob was rewarded for hts many talents by being placed m the 
statt room and it was all down hill from there The pressure really got to him and before we knew 
it. he was a "Nuke" 

A man always ready to test the limi 

the good times Bob, because you're not going 1 

Jonathan A, Yuen 

San Francisco 



Navy Supply Corps 


Life IS a complex series of interactions between individuals who are on many divergent paths 
Often they are forcred through necessity to give of themselves for the benefit of the group Jon 
was a man who unselfishly gave a part of himself to us alt and asked for nothing m return On a 
mission with God he sailed into Annapolis with visions of a beautiful girl and Marine green m his 
eyes Always known as the happy plebe, he made it through the first year with plenty of mail and 

response experiments with a hungry Minnesodan 

Second class year found him with a shaved head surrounded by dress gray, stilt smilmg After 
a tour of duty in plebe summer, firstte status revealed him deaf and blind and destined to ply his 
economic wisdom in the Navy Supply Corps Through thick and thin Jon was a man we could all 
count on He lived the traits of true friendship as a rule, not an exception 

As we split onto our many divergent paths, those who knew Jon will take a part of him with 
them Closest fnend. I wish you the best of luck in life 


14tfi Company 593 

594 15th Company 

Peter B. Clark 




Surface Line 


Pete arrived from Kailua, Hawaii, back in the summer 
surfing attire Loved by all that summer, particularly t 
THAT LOOK'-which people often offered to smack oH 
Ac-Year, he soon became distinguished for his fine roon 
even stop by every Sunday night to gaze at it in awe 

Pete transcended into Third and Second Class ye 


ist. feasting c 
He also set 

le first class, Pete became known for 
his face. Winning a bet by making it to 
appearance Certain upperclass would 

tch- ask Ruggs But he could just as 
s lats and terrorizing the neighbor- 
e beefed up on Samoan Leaky Poie 
•World Cheese Nad Face Stuffing" 

I Rat 

hood Pete was also known to tram 
chow packages and shot-gunned I 
record- 65 (without mustard) 

Petes confused personality continued through his European tour when he talked with Ameri- 
can girls and slept with French men "Pat get the knife!" 

First Class year saw Pete in the Batt-cave just so he would not take abuse for the green olive 
But the olive was probably good for Pete- and Val, and Kathy, and Susan, etc, It's too bad the 
olive spent more time on the rack than Pete- and Val, and Kathy, and Susan 

Don't let Petes easygoing nature fool you This psychopathic whirlwind is only m a dormant 
stage In time he'll make his mark m the fleet as a hopeful Surface/Diver "Bloop. Bloop Bark 
like a dog!' We just can't decide it Pete will be famous ... or notorious. Hey Pete, I want to 
party with you. cowboy' 

William D. Conrad 
San Antonio 

Nuclear Power 

When "Killer" Conrad left San Antonio, Texas in the summer of '78, he had visions of travel, 
excitement, and a girl in every port. His year at NAPS will always remain a dark secret of his past 
but he made it through to arrive at USNA with money in his pocket and brasso on his belt Plebe 
summer was easy for Bill and he cruised on into plebe year full of confidence Then the brigade 
arrived, and with them was midn 1 /c mullen, the nemesis ot 1 5th co Bill finally recovered from 
his mullen induced shell shock sometime during youngster year How he survived his youngster 
experience m room 5138 with no dements will never be known Second class year he managed 
to escape from Forti, Cahill, Woodhouse, and the other animals by moving to Cubeville with the 
Woodman After remaining completely anonymous for a whole year. Bill went off for a summer 

him his reputation as "Killer" With a whole new attitude and outlook on life in the Navy, Bill will 

I distinguished t 

. young boy. and r 


( up Thomas saw one Kung Fu movie too many, and 
& And the stars proved to be nghi, as Thomas rolled 
iurnament, and a brown belt Once more he looked 

Thomas W. Bailey 




Nuclear Power 

"Oregon - Gun" 

Thomas came to us in the summer ( 
older, naive young man Thomas drs 
successfully sleep through two cons< 

As a second class. Tom's life began to pic 
decided that judo lay somewhere in his sta 
his way to a 2nd place finish m the state t 
skyward, and this time the gods told Tom that scuba diving was (or him He wasted no lime, and 
started the patented Bailey training program, consisting o( sitting up in bed once a day. a rigid 
diet of Pepsi and Coffee Nips, and stretching as he yawned To everyone's dismay, Thomas 
earned a billet (or Dive School His li(e was still incomplete, at least in our eyes Where's the girl * 
Thomas surprised all when a petite, young, and very pretty package arrived at BWI This was 
Laura, who kept him busy all June Week (and even a little bit now) 

A(ter a rather successful summer onboard the Snook. Thomas came home to us boasting o( 
nuclear power. Dive school, Europe, and the Bailey escapades a la Salem Being a first class 
agreed with him, staying out til the wee hours o( the night, running tailgaters (for which football 
was invented), and becoming the man-about-town In one of these manly moods, with a little 
help from Pete (and the sweater), he met another sweet. Rosy girl. Liz Thomas showed us that 
It IS possible to relax and enjoy one's stay at USNA 

Tom. we wish you the best of luck. Always! 

Patrick D. Cahill 



Naval Architecture 

Nuclear Submarines 


Pat arrived at the Academy from the monopoly constructed town of Burke, Va with just one 
change of underwear and a few special '"thoughts" to tide him over (or the summer ahead Well, 
he made it through the summer okay, and all went well AC year began and the 5138 team was 
united (for better or tor worse, depending on whose view you take, ours or USNA) Pat was the 
master ot the five minute chow call uniform race Needless to say. all masters learn by getting 
caught a tew times Frying was not always, but sometimes even the masters get a little E D It's 
too bad we never did get to see the electrocution alarm clock Good idea USNA No one would 
ever sleep through class, but they might never make it either Speaking o( making it. some 
people almost didn't (Thanks Pat, 1 did ) And a tew didn't (Riz and Grodro) The afternoon o( the 
bayonet charge was one o( those almost didn't mghts, the night of Army 2 was one of those 
"did " nights (ha, ha) There were some good times and bad Green death Fridays, the Sunday 
morning kitchen cleanups, and ot course, the Boob But one thing to remember. Pat came to 
USNA to be a Naval Arch . and that he will do, but a "Physics' major he will always be Good luck 
Pat I hope someday the sailboat sails. 

15th Company 595 

John M Coughlin 

Ocean Engineering 
Navy Air 

M.ke, a native ol northern Virginia reported to Annapolis via the Naval Academy Prep school 
A shy and reserved person dunng the day. Mike's notorious habit was sleeping at any possible 
time with his eyes open Despite being a narcoleptic, Mike maintained encellent grades, while 
sleeping through every class This great need for rest was a direct result ol Mike s weekend 
antics A star on the rugby team, many ot Mike s weekends were titled with road tnps to such 
places as StouHers m Washington. D C Pensacoia, Florida and Biacksburg Virginia where he 
participated in many rugby tournaments and, of course, the parties that (oMowed It was during 
the parties that the reserved Mike would transform mto a wild and out-ot-controi party boy 
no wonder he played many games the victim ol a brown bottle liu enternaily whipped, the 
remainder of his Iree time was spent with his long time steady, Julie, much to the dismay of h.s 
classmates He was the lite ol the party and was greatly missed when he wasn t around Mike, a 
member ol the world lamous road trip gang, hopes to join forces with Navy Aif alter graduation 

Robert N. Haskins 



General Engineering 

Navy Air 

Baby Whale 

Picture il you will, blonde hair, blue eyes, the perfect arian - except lor the beak A very shy 
individual, Rob had great difficulty meeting women - so they would usually Hock over to meet 
him The list goes on and on- Sandie, The Fox Sue and Jolie, the entire lemale population ol 
Wheeling, West Virginia rrellpp me Living in nearby Alexandria. Bob spent much ol his 

time in the area pursuing a personal hobby gardening He could constantly be lound m Old 
Town, checking out the shrubbery Submitted lor your approval the tale of The Bronze God. a 

for 4 years, his physique ranged from Baby Whale to refugee Bob was really quite a physical 
specimen, though He lettered m varsity soccer for 4 straight years, serving as a tn-captam his 
first class year No challenge was too tough (or Bob (No thanks to all his helpful friends ' over m 
the Mech E departmeni)-Engineering gave him a run for his money, but countless hours of 
uninterrupted study paid off A friend to all. we look forward to seeing Bob enter the Heet as a 

David M Hicks 



Aerospace Engineering 

Navy Pilot 


David Mansfi€ 

Id Hicks, one ol t 


ue, good old 



own south, wander 

ed up to 

U S N A Irorr L 

ttlerock, Arkansas 

for one 

reason, to fly 


ever think that son 

eone as 

calm and undis 

uld possibly fly (or d 

ive) with almost reckless abandon at or 

near the speed 

3f sound Anyone who has 

ridden with h 


Dave has had seve 

ral loves 

dunng his Stella 

r Academy career 

The to 

p live are probably 


car (2) crew (3) hi 

car. (4) 

several lucky gi 

Is and (5) his car. 

not nee 

essarily in th 

t order For 

wo years, -Bouy" 

lightweight boat and he 

■von several 


at tha 

spot When Dave 


puberty, arounc 

Second class year, he began an anerr 

ic, w 

Iking s 

ick bug, staying at 

125 lbs 

He shifted gears Irom var sports and went into the company sports mode, starring in soc 
wt lootball. and soltball Academically. Dave has managed to skate through what 
normally be a (ough Aerospace Engineering program, again with one pur professionally, il 
be known about airplanes, he knows it II you could catch him in the room and not in thi 
you could ask him and Imd that out He was also good at logs, ol the hog type, or course S( 
the southern charm could catch any girl he thought worthy ol the effort More than on 
returned from a night on the town in complete control of his pickled body, with sto 
beautiful girls and phone numbers for proof Physically, only one B ever m P E and a 
letter in crew speak for themselves And finally, personaly. Dave is one fine friend any mar 

Steven S. Hubeli 
St. Louis 
Navy Air 

Steve, a product of a middle class St Louis family gave up a promising autoracing career to 
come to Crabtown. Hubes. one of the seif-proclaimed top S drivers in the country (top 3 when 
he's been drinking), has never failed to humor us one way or another Not one to make a horses 
ass out of himself while drunk, Steve still maintains that he wasn't thirsty while downing 17 
glasses of wine at the Supes reception second class year Sorry 1 ripped your heel off while you 
were lalling-oops. 1 mean walking, down the Supes stairs What looked to be a dry career at the 
Academy as far as women were concerned turned out to be just that Just kidding Actually 
Hugebeh made waves al the Ocean City trip, only due to the fact that she had a figure like a 
waterballoon-once again, I kid Honestly though, women started to Hock to Hubes unexpectedly, 
why no one knew Not even Steve could put the magic' finger on it Light it off Steve, BZZZZZZ2 
Hubes. the genius he is, waltzed thru his ma|or and also helped his roommate achieve equally 
good grades What a guy! Anyway, once Steve completes training in Pensacoia ho II have Cathy 


596 15th Company 


William D Jones 



Mechanical Engineering 
Marine Corps 

Doug "Doughead" Jones, a native of Odessa. Texas, is known for his pointed nose and quaint 
sayings Reptilian by nature. Doug has had a few serpentine experiences tn his day We all recall 
that weekend at O C and who could forget the U of M roadtnp' (Would you really have slapped 
your roomate') Doug is never one to pass up a chance to meet a pretty girl, and he's not 
prejudiced either The schtud has acquainted himself with numerous Yankee lasses Yankee, 
what a word Yankee describes any person living outside the sovereign nation ot Texas Dough- 
ead IS never one to take the backseat, and often takes the initiative One such incident was our 
(ourth class Army project He accepted sole responsibility tor the design and building of our 
tank The brigade rewarded his fine effort with a bonfire While we re on the subject of Army, 
how could he ever forget his first Army-Navy game He never knew what hit him until he found 
out that was 151. not 51 on the bottle A pamful mistake to say the least The hardest lessons 
are always the best learned No doubt the Marine Corps is gaming a good man m Doug Jones 
Loyal, hard-working, conscientious, and humble are all accurate descriptions of Doug Well. 
maybe not humble, but then again, how many Texans are' Best wishes 

Paul R. Mahosky 

Ocean Engineering 
Nuclear Power 

Ma-hos geeeek' This cry was heard throughout the passageways of the company Pav 
moskyi This cry was heard throughout the halls of Shippensburg 
How could he become so popular after bemg a hermit his entire Plebe year' Paul spent t 

youngster year Paul shed some o( hi 
Dahlgren seeking companionship and 

er his mysterious disappearance Not 

He was found sleeping 

self-imposed Dahlgren restriction there can 

It was on to second class year as Paul bit ol 
odd couple- Klem and the Sheriff Somehow i 
Seeking relief from the boys. Paul journeyed r 
Miss Cindy 

First class year started early for Paul as he < 

more than he could chew by r 

Charge i 
Dead K. 

Thad a 

■ narrowly escaping 

; on Plebe Det; 

jer Paul threatened the Major 
tp home, he stumbled back to 
)Out with the books Paul relumed with his sights 
to Orlando From all the men at work. Paul- Good 

Eric K, Jackson 
Physical Science 
Marine Corps 

I enjoyed 
I graduated! 

Brian T. Jacobi 




Navy Air 


1 Pensacola. Florida. I 


tor ■ 


, overly forw 

Somehow though, he wor 
would a normal person with two good eyes and a sol 
such beauties as The Neanderthal, The Jewish-Amen 
never-ending search for excitement (and women), ti 
beginning his career in the front seat of a navy jet 
S S H 

15th Company 597 

Kem L- Parton 



Physical Science 



Katie A Podolak 



Applied Science-Operations Analysis 

Surface Line 


Katie Podolak (An L T W al heart) cam 
age 7 she was a natural lor the Navy Kat 
some extracurricular activity She can b< 
woodchops for midacts or participating in 
she does all three things at once' Usually. 
Katie spends her time coaching women'? 
ably spending time with her future seab( 
young lady who loves the challenges of t 

Good luck Katie! 

to the Academy via NAPS Wearing a uniform since 
IS an individual who always seems to be involved in 
ound busily negotiating ads tor the log, organizing 
Dme type of Big Brother-Sister activity Sometimes, 
len she's not too involved with these three activiies. 
att tennis, traveling around the country, or prefer- 
. J R Katie IS a very strongwilled and determined 
I Navy and will have no problem succeeding in the 

William T. McHugh 






The above pictured human is the product of a New York birth, a Talahasee childhood, and 4 
years of historical miniaturization at USNA Sports violent Co Basketball, a term of J V soccer. 
Killer Racquetball ruthless Boxing, and abusing all those women who chase him Collateral 
Duties Enemy of Man. Potato Head. XO of Whiskey Lima club (GET the pet human) Accomplish- 
ments chalk up 2 for Whiskey Lima (remember girls play B-BatI too!) Thrift Inn weekends afMj 
■getting ahead with the Beast " 

Kissing 'Bahamian scar tissue on firsty cruise while the rest Of the Ship had morning 
quarters formation Smaaaacki Studying NL with Stew. Chicky. and the gang "36 Delta. 
arriving! " Stand and Deliver" Sparring with Kaptain Kaos on football pads, ultimate PDA in an 
alley behind Mainstreet (4/c year'i') Stogies out on the porch "painting" bulletin boards m 
J T s Co area, nice Cranium. J T ' Adventures to D C with Chicky Kaptain Kaos in "fr^abt* 

"Bridge" watch and Fun with NOVO (good evening sir), more fun with Billy s Kids Late 

night workouts • with Poopers (HOW many Chiquita slickers!!!") THIS and more, without 
ever taking a serious fry!' Yo. Midshipmen' Surface Warfare will NEVER be the same! 

Michael S. 






Navy Air 


Mike came t 

3 the Naval Academy because he heard that the "grass" was greener on the east 

coast Hevalic 

ated plebe summer and the demanding ( ' ) year that followed Even though the 

(irsties weren 

as mellow as Mike was, he still made the best of the year After issuing an 

eviction notice 

to the infamous Moe youngster year, we find our hero either in the rack or 

fun" in one of the pools Michael wasn t impressed with either of the first two 

years, but 1 ow 

ed him two dollars over the summer and there was no way he was going to leave 

before he got 

his "loot" 1 fortunately payed him two days after classes started second class 

s stuck Molk s bad luck with the ladies soon changed alter second class year 

started as he' 

went steady" with a girl for the first time, and therefore ending the rumors about 

his sexual prel 

erence (he is from the San Francisco area) As a firstie. Mike decided to start his 

career as an a 

k but too b 

d about the broken right wing 

Having room 

ed with Mike for the last four years. 1 have never seen someone put forth so litll* 

effort and atta 

in so many results Youll go far "Chewy" 

Fair winds 

d buddy 


598 15th Company 

Larry Rugglero 


New York 

Mechanical Engineering 

Navy Air 


Ljrry c.ime lo USNA 
luck m the Navy, Larry 

Harry B. Smith III 
Nuclear Power 

Scotia. New > 

He chose Navy i 


ind Toil" brought about the culmination ol a great event in H B s lite 
16 Naval Academy H B , being older and wiser than the rest of hi 
j by all that didn't know him Plebe Summer Having spent two years ti 

classmates, wa 

person What better way to accomplish this task but become Brigade Honor Chairman plebe 
year, and every year to follow Plebe year brought about hard times for H B . as well as for those 

time" Thanks to the gentle tutorship of Pete an Steve to name a few. I got to know a side of the 
"hose Bag" that had either been hiding, or lost somewhere back m Arkansas Second class year 
raused H B to continue losing his hair at an alarming rate Being a physics major, and rooming 
with the famous Klem L Partman and I. brought about many hours of study away from the 
room Being the only man in the Brigade that had to be forced into taking a weekend, H B s 
workaholic ways caused him to become the * Social Negat" we all knew and loved second class 
year First class year, however, brought about ma|Or changes in the honor sheriffs ways A 
lighter academic load, four stripes, and no Partman in sight allowed him to take part m the many 
niceties of life at USNA Thanks to the Admiral, H B s nuclear dream came true, and six years ol 
Good Luck old "Boomer", run silent. 

Leonard Smith. Jr 




far Science 




came to Canoe U from 

he bustling to 

wn of Dover. Delaware He soon 

realized that 

he should have went to U ol D bu 

he decided 

out At least he did n 

Dt accept his 


hip card to the country cl 

b in Colorado 


For Len. plebe year was 

like one long 


and he was content |us 

to wake-up ir 

May of 

1980 Youngster year brought out a 

whole new side of Len's personality 

He relaxed a 

little wh 

n he discovered that it 

was possible 

to have a 

social hie even if he did at 

end the world 

s largest 

monastery He made ni 


trips to th 

e infamous Hood college 

*ithGQ' Palmer and 

he met the love ol his 1 

e (Well, for a 

year and 

hall anyway) there It w 

s during this 

me that 

Leonard lound that he 

possessed an 


knack lor being able lo a 

nd then watch with satisfaction 

3S they came 

back for n 

-lore abuse This talent wa 

s quite an ego 


or the lady killer from Delaware The 

only time 

Lens ego really took a hit 

was when he v 

«as snake 

d by a certain stud' in 

he company 

At the en 

ol second class year. The Kid' bough 

the car 

ol his dreams- a 2-28 L 

eonard must 

have ligur 

ed il his style ol dress did 

nt attract the 

ladies th 

en his car would Len. 1 

don't know il 

the car he 

Iped you. but 1 had a good time using it 

after the 

ring dance' Now that F 

St class year 

IS here Le 

onard can see the light at 

he end of the 

unnel Judging from Lens activi 

es so tar this 

year (gre 

n alerts, trips to Fran s. 

Trinity. Maryland, etc 

It appears that he has 

his priorities 


arty hardy and studies b 

1 Len- )u 

St dont kill yourself thi 

you still have five years of being ha 

e grey and un 

der way 

Just remember to look 

me up If you 

ever get 

tationed out near Gods 

country (Mar 

n county) Good luck!!! 

James C. Stewart 




Marine Corps 


Heck yea! How bout that Stewie? Stewie came to us from hootin' holler. Tennessee, other- 
wise known as Franklin Its here up in the hills that Stew's family heritage runs deep smoking 
corn pipes, making moonshine in the hiHs. as well as runnin' barefoot Speakin' ot runnin'. 
Stewie wanted to run his plebe summer the down-home way. way down home, almost back in 
Franklin He quickly picked up 150 demos in 20 whole minutes' Somethm' strange and myster- 
los happened as Jimmy marched off his demos as he put on 75 pounds of twisted and quickly 
lost 75 points on his I Q test and began shoutm' 'ooo-rah i From that point on there was no 
turnin' back! Stewie had Contracted a terminal rr.ental condition, "mannus extnmus ' Despite 
Jims crazed mental state, he survived plebe year Now m his Youngster year. Stew took full 
advantage of the extra rack time and got nice and toasted Second class year, he lived with Will 
and Chick, learning to indulge m Richie's rock, stogageway. on the porch, studying NL with f^ac, 
dealing with W L activities, and partying round town All those years of bootleggm' through the 
hills finally paid off as Stewie found himself playing rugby The Rugby club finally revealed all of 
Stews hidden artistic talents, such as redecorating the mside ot Joes car, serving everyone 
spaghetti at the same time, and developing his fine choirboy voice Whether he's ridin' in the 
rugby rodeo, his MG, or in his little green AmTrak, he'll always be our Tennessee ' 
Goodnight Jim-boy 
T B , M W and P C 

1 5th Company 599 

Richard A Taylor 

Grosse Pointe Shores 


Systems Engineering 

Marine Air 


Richard Andrew Taylor is th 

Chickihead The Reptil 

t subculture (I e skanking in 9 30 shadows, pet sto 

jes in Systems Engineering thanks to his late nig 
' found on Wednesday nights blowing smoke ring 
' spazing out to Black Flag wit 

Yo' Midshipmen' Can you believ« 
and "an engaged Captain Chaos * 

William D Tyree, III 



General Engineering 

Surface Line 


Bill came to the Naval Academy fi 
challenges of being a Naval Otiicer 

After travel in Europe, sailing the 
light and decided a mere college edi 
of his friends and commarads who e 
Because of these friends and the i 

igh seas, walking with kings and pnnce 
ation was not enough These feelings w 
Derienced the fraternal atmosphere of 
lift that they provided. Bill was able I 
and surface line as he embarks upon 

Yolanda V, Williams 

New Jersey 
Political Science 
Unrestricted Line 

Yo-bean, Yolegs. Chocolate Child or simply Yo, she lelt the nest of Thelma and Rosy, at I 
young 4 naive age of 17 Little did she know what was in store for her Finding shelter on I 
Women's basketball team, high praise from her girder-standing coach, she developed into a fi 
young wen er, uh, woman Her summers wouldn't be complete with out tours on the lo 
YP, dodging ticks in Quantico and last but not least a pleasure cruise on the USS Pig' , fi 
class summer The highlight of Yo s four years here came during basketball season when s 
was rapped lightly on the nose by a teammate Claiming it was broken she insisted on weanni 

dancefloor with It She s some kind ol gal Dividing her time between E R and E T . friends li 
Mocha and Vanilla child and struggling with peaches ' and "roaches' lor profs, Yo has excell 
as a political scientist Yo will explore the ranks of the unknown when she graduates ■ a heck o 

Mark W Woods 




Navy Air 


Marcus came to us from Colgate Umv where his DEKE brothers called hm 
soon came to know him as gungy While everyone else was trying to survive Pie 
Woodman was entolling the benefits of the Academy, classmate unity, and the tl 
U Tomcat at mach 2 Never one to let two years of college get in his way, 
through academics with the rest of us 

Mark was careful not to surprise any ol his classmates when entering their r 
classmate" became known to all The Woodman kept us all laughing with sto 
Moody, the Orangutang, and the surfboard 

Marcus spent his youngster summer engaged in such activities as traveling to Europe and 
attending the Marshall Tucker concert All this, and more, before heading into Academic year 
enrolled in the toughest maior offered economics The summer found Mark at Fort Benning, 
even a separated shoulder could not stop him Irom earning his wings 

Second class year and Mark was busy with Baft T shirts, trips to Capital's games, and a 
certain plebe named Novo Spring Break found Mark on his way North with Tom and Dave lor a 
week of skiing Making a brief over night pit stop at Smith College who can forget that classic 
Woodman line. Darken ship' ' Marcus did you really give her a report card* 

Mark was given his pust reward lor three years of hardwork being appointed Company 
Commander Showing his true leadership 15 achieved its highest color point standing in our 

Mark you re as good ol a Inend as anyone could ask lor Good Luck in the years to come 


. about Dirk, 

600 15th Company 




15th Company 601 


Stephen J. Boracchia 

Long island City 

New York 

Electrical Engineering 

Marine Air 


I'gh ! 

least . 69 Camaro 

Electrical Engineering at USNA did not ( 
Barney Miller kept him busy otherwise Stevie admits that his mild-mannered nature causes his 
anger to rage rarely, only while boxing muscle-heads or when wrestling with the Lizard Steve's 
frugality comes to light when he is found buying parts for his car. having aquired a steel plated 
Visa The dream m Rocky's mind is to to be independently nch beyond all hope, driving turbo- 
charged Ferraris which he converted from VW beetles, and be a naval officer also He may follow 
m his fathers footsteps and "dwess in gween instead " Rocky was always willing to step forward 
and help out his classmates Good luck to a fighting man's fighter, in the Navy 

Timothy F. Carey 



Physical Science 

Surface Line 


tnsh distilled in him Despite his retirement from football, he still managed to earn his black N by 
starting for the U A team youngster year Tim quickly proved his leadership abilities among his 

was promoted to the honored rank of Strohs commander Taking charge, he 
s troops into the battlefields of Goucher. Hood, W Va , Philadelphia, and just about any 
place a party can be found Hts toughest battle came at Trinity, however, when he 

MtionofCapt RA Ahab Moving to the penthouse 2/c year. Tim caused some 
frightful happenings-namely the night when all that could be found was his teeth Thus began the 
"scarey" manhunt A traii of wir finally revealed his whereabouts and he returned to us safely 
Even as Tim has his good limes he can always be counted on to be around when times are 
lough A friend in the true spirit he wtll be missed greatly by hts classmates upon graduation, and 
I'm sure he will be the one we all look forward to seeing on our reunions As graduation nears. 
Tim IS looktng forward to a lifetime with his hometown honey Missy, as he spends it as a surface 
liner Whether or not that's for a lifetime is highly questionable Whatever the future holds for 
Tim. it's sure to be a promising one (With a few parlies probably thrown in) Good luck and 

Catherine D Alexander 



Political Science 

Supply Corps 


Four years al USNA as WIRES and surgery 

ridden as they may have been have ne 

ver dimmed 

the quick smile on Cathy s lace nor quieted t 

he song on her lips Cathy has been a c 

countless Inends, a 

levoted Christian and the best roommate known to man The Christian 

community at Navy 

will never lind a more 

dedicated leader and will always he 

r her voice 

praising God to the 

accompaniment of her 

guitar Above all m Cathy it is those three most 

important words o( 

=lebe Summer which s 

and out Sense of Humor 1 quess it w 

as that very 

sense that had such 

a strange impact on vi 

ilors to our room 1 don t know what 

wrong with 

■Watchadoin pruin 

'■■ maybeitwasiusta 

ba a a d |Oke do ewe agree Cath 

' Plebe year 

saw Cathy sleeping l 

hrough water attacks a 

d hurricanes, but youngster year she 

aw ttje light 

and turned the med 

cine cabinet into a drug 

stash - Take, a pill'' Youngster year 

year she discovered her truly black thumb 

with plants and she soon barred any 

ving foliage 

from the room lor it 

own safely It was second class year that Cathy began a new 

hobby She 

became a collector - 

of Mountain Dew cans 

that IS until the S foot slack fell on the headboard 

on her in bed and th 

company officer banned the collection' lor sanitary reason 

Never (ear 

though, one full sar 

tary can remained in 

defiance Cathy collected other things that year, al 

the expense ol some 

one s comfort, but wou 

d you leave your underwear m the hall' The small 

rodents m the room also made her acquaints 


toot Ifsbeena 'tre 

nendous • (our years and Cathy has touched many lives, mine p 

articularty ( 

wish you Gods bles 

sing and you always ha 

ve my love Bonne chance, Caihl 

Christopher M. Bevilacqua 



Strategic Weapons Officer 


sure about him There s no telli 
?rsial During his years 
about 13 

e would, the Tinker and gadget 

IS known as the guy who would always volunteer when nobody 

else would, the Tinker and gadget inventor, the man who owned everything (but nothing of 

value), the Bulletin Board Plebe, the company duty and watch hound. WUBA Man the only guy ■ 

the Brigade who preferred wearing his uniform over civilian clothes), 

[ent of the God Squad In fact well 1 1 

t Chris he's got a real devotion to a Go 

. tor Bevil-Hogwash or Wishy Washy) has found constancy and 

» with Jesus Christ and his belief m the Bible 

le who comes to Me. and hears My words, and acts upon them. I will ;,..«,, ,«« t,..*,,- 
e IS like a man building a house, who dug deep and laid a foundation upon the Roch. 
"le flood rose, the torrent burst against that house and could not shake it, because it 

j^,u, ^..nsl. Luke 6 47. 48 
Clearly. Chns' Foundation is and always wilt be the Lord Jesus Chn 

60? 1 6th Company 

James E. Depp 



General Engineering 




1 that the admis 

known about 

I always I 

sions onice had put him into the wrong company on 1-day Little is 
er in 26, but the rumors abound (Is it true they called you "Lance" 
id a way with women, even it she was the wrong one Oh well, 
was a bar tender 01 course, you had a few close calls, too Who can forget 
1 Kelley was waiting in Dahlgren while Rebecca was in mam office (Want to 
lessons. Lance') But have no fear as Mr L Q Romance is here and 
■ the scene (the silver-tongued devil strikes again) Also, never let it be said 
that you don't have guts, too Who else would go before an AC-board just to see what it was like ? 
Who else would sign up for Prof Lee-s Machine Design class as a G E elective? That's going 
above and beyond the call of duty, Aquarock, but you're tough and you've beaten anything they 
could throw at you. so hang tight and well see you in the fleet 

Dennis R. Dickenson 




Marine Corps 


Being a Navy BRAT. Dennis Di 

nore commonly known in sweet sixteen as "Dick- 
has lived all over the USA This accounts for his northern speech and southern palate If 

n (or lack of a drawl) and big vocabulary stood him in good 
d as a member of the debate team Going on trips every other weekend also got him out ot a 
)f noon formals However, neither his northern or southern charms have done him much 
d with the ladies Either they wanted to be friends, which is ok. but not quite what a blue 

nis IS a "terminal bachelor " His other favorite passtime is playing war games You name 
and he's played it at least once The trouble is. it's hard for him to find people to play with 
You see. he never loses!' Russia beware when General Dickenson hits the fleet!!' 

Daniel G, Clague 




Supply Corps 


chew tobacco correctly A native of Butte. Montana, he was one of the lew people ever to make 
It through USNA without even making it through high school Dan (Clagula) (orgot everything he 
learned at Boost by 3/c year, but taught us all about how fun sleep can be 

After a football game youngster year, Dan met the girl of his dreams and has yet to be seen in 
Bancroft Hall on a weekend Dan did stick around during the week though, and was never one to 

resident Having been a wrestler m high school, Dan did not hesitate to display hi$ talents on the 
hall floor, wardroom, football field, etc . even though a shoulder operation during plebe year 
slowed him down a bit 

Dan. a hard worker when it came to academics, was a History major by choice and spent 
endless hours writing bull papers and about two weeks in Chinese class Now a (tuent Spanish 
linguist who can recite the Spanish alphabet - sometime, but usually when he has had loo much 
to drink ■ hardly ever; his academy record already outshines his high school performance A 1 /c 
company commander during plebe summer. Dan was promised more stripes during academic 
year, and will definitely see many of them during his career in the Navy 

Dan will be joining the marriage ranks a few days after graduition when he and Suzanne finally 
get the chance to spend the rest of their life together, and Dan will be starting his career as a 
Supply Corps Officer and will finish up where ever his eyes choose to take him. Good luck in all 

Michael S. Claps 
Fort Washington 
Phyiscal Science 
Navy Pilot 

If you don't see Steve going down the hall in his flight suit, on his way to 8th wing players, he's 
probably throwing his books against the wall after stanng at the mysterious symbols inside 
them Academics never came easy to Steve (He'd rather do something important, like sleep), 
but he still managed to keep his QPR high enough to seriously look at a pilot billet (Is Navy Air 
ready for him?) Steve will be most remembered for his plebe year antics which were always 
unexpected and humorous to everyone except the upperclass (Who else could get football 
players mad at him') Steve spent many a come-around outside of Jim Grant s room in a never- 
ending brace for a purpose that even Steve forgot about at times And how can we ever forget 
when the door closed (literally) on your 'automatic ' stereo system If it had suceeded. you 
might have been inspired to go double-E Instead, Steve took to the ever-demanding Physci 
curriculum so he could spend time with the pm-stickers m MacOounough Hall and the honor 
reps in the steerage Now with all that m the past, he's looking for apartments in P-cola and 
season tickets to the 8th wing players for after graduation Gook luck Steve and r 





16th Company 603 


Wilham E. Ferns 

Silver Springs 


Physical Science 

Marine Air 


Affectionately known as 

Rusty. Ed didn't have to 

travel far to become a member 

of the 

brigade, which was tortun 

ate for him because the N 

otre Dame rent a cops had 



waiting for his signature Dont run him over Ed he's 

got your plate number' 

Ed strove for academic e 

xcellence throughout his four years here and it's still true that 

If 2 00 

wasn't good enough it wouldn't be the minimum 

Ed has left behind him s 

3me pretty remarkable tales, even for the penthouse, bi 

t wh 


tequila and became a conte 


in our 

version of beat-the-clock 

We all misguessed the tim 

but the outcome was a giv 


Edddddieeeeeeee, who 

vas very fond of marching, t 


ul still 

didn't learn to "drill ' unti 

later Second only to his lo 

ve for drilling came Eddie's 



^Tr ^'m' n""" "'"''°"' '^' 

Stones. OCR. Allman Brothers ( "My Sweet (Belinda' ) 

or Skynyrd 

Eds hard work earned 

inn an early promotion into 

the revered penthouse youngster year 

What would the penthouse 

be without the telltale ear 

o ear grin when somebody 



David M Dober 
Seneca Falls 
New York 
Navy Air 

Oobes (oined sweet 16 commg from upstate New York Though it was a long drive down, 
Dobes always had the knack d making trips lly by It didn t take long lor htm to recognirt the 
necessity ot starting the Joggmg club whose membership later included most ol the peni- 

Plebe year wasn t very hard tor Oobes but when youngster year came he had to spend many 
hours counseling his plebe Youngster cruise had Dave wmmng at spades signals never hurt' 

As Dave will tell anyone the number 36 has always been a smooth one On the 36th day ot 
plebe year. Dave met a young lass from Cockeysviiie at the plebe mner She dominated most ol 
his weekends until second class year she headed tor Ralph s country m Virginia 

Second class year had Oobes dating other girls Bemg the gentleman he is Oave occasionally 

Having the captain and Annie wasn t enough lor Oobes he needed the captam s oldest 
daughter We hear wedding belts lor M 8 and Dobes down the road Graduation sees him 
heading lor P cola Dave will surely entertain us with many llymg stones at reunions m future 

Bernard W Favara 
Systems Engineering 
Surface Line 

As our only member with the Conneticut connection' . Berme lelt Morns (the town) and 
came to the UN-college while on his way to Pensacola Iday put a lour-year delay m his plans, 
though, so he enrolled as a systems major to justify his verbal discontent with this glorious 
institution and jomed the Glee club lor the adventure part of this job As for adventure Berme 

desk still has the dents m it) and a lour day romp in Phoenix and Las Vegas (she loHowed himj 
that will probably keep his ears burning for years (It s no wonder why he walked like a gunslmger 
after that) Women made up much ol Berme s adventures and he usually integrated them with 
the sport of lishing by telling ol the one that got away However, that wasn t always the case 


Mary V 

iington college armed v 

■tai detector though And I m sure that as long as he 

stuHed garfield doesnt get jealous) But come women. H or high water, he's looking lo flan^ a 
mig someday, So look out Admiral Gorshkov. Favara s in the fleet. Good luck. Berme. and. hey. 
lay oH the Peppermint Schnapps with J D chasers 

Ed IS making plans to fly but hell be doing it without much hatr Go big green, oooorah 
Ed's leaving alot of good friends behind but we are all sure that when the penthouse gets 
together for our reunion, Ed'll be there ready and waiting for the first T-break 
Good luck from the boys Ed 

Robert M. Festa 


New York 

Systems Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


Babs came to us from upstate New York Although it took him three days to find USNA on the 
map. he came well prepared to take on "systems" This was evidenced by the stars he wore his 
first two years here — then he went west Perhaps it was the hot sun or long hours driving but 
second class year was rough for Bob-only managing lo eek out a 3 7 in the last days of the 
semester Our resident GQ not only excelled academically but athletically as well He managed 
to win a "free knee surgery contest" plebe year but came back strong to lead the co soccer 
team to respectful seasons the next three years The television people liked the way he tanned 
(without lotion) and that physique so they decided to do sportscar commercials with his car. 
Spunky Spunky, a veteran of the western trip and countless late night runs to and from Notre 
Dame, will at long last get a rest as Babs has chosen to go nuke rather than battle the "Ingid ' 
weather down in Newport news Always ready with his trusty AE-1 Babs has digusted many a 
Kodak developer A friend of many. Bob will be truly missed come graduation but we're sure he'll 
be successful tn all he pursues Good luck to you Bob! 
M S 


604 I6th Company 

Richard B Greer 
La Jolla 
Political Science 
Navy Air 

Bnand (note the preppie "D") surfed to us from the Beach Boys state — Calttornia. 
never really sure if he had long blonde hair because he was trom California, or the 0l 
around, but his oft-repeated Rapunzel imitation earnei 

:ially alter leave per 
Youngster year Br 

and must have studied a 
were absent Studying? 

1 him a lot of unwanted i 
library a lot for he was nevi 

the statement 'Don't woi 
always trust Briand to smooth 
and following waves (to surf, of c 
, to start F-14S 

Gerald R. Harrington 




Nuclear Submarines 


Jerry came to the Naval Academy from i 
California Both nearby Edwards Air Force I 
neighboring Palmdale influenced Jerry io asp 
feeble-eyed, however, and Jerry's eyes went 
decided on a sub standard — literally — of his o 

and the B-1 Bomber production plant in 
' become a Navy pilot Flying is not tor the 
I youngster year Undaunted. Jerry 
i Sights on nuclear submarines 

al McKee was impressed by Jerry'< 
as an official Nuke' during the tall semester of his first class y 
personality, but now he's really going to glow 

Aspirations to be a Naval officer and pilot weren't the only things Jerry brought with him fr 
California Less than a year before 1-day Jerry became a Christian The most important thmj 
brought to USNA was his relationship with Jesus Christ, for in the Bible it says 

"Since then it is by faith that we are justified, let us grasp the fact that we have peace v 
God through our Lord Jesus Christ Through Him we have confidently entered into this i 
relationship of grace, and here we take our stand, m happy certainty of the glorious things 
has tor us in the future ' — Romans 5 1-2 — 

Jerry's excited about bemg a Christian, and his committment to God has aftected oth 
around him Some would say that his beliefs and actions are foolish, but a wise old man o 

1 gatn what he cannot lose." 

Ted W Frakes 

rot 83 At 6 6 

. 1 55 lbs the epttome" ot body building 
when afirstie singled out his girlfriend 
. country and track season as a plebe but 

on parent s weekend Teddy enjoyed a 
opted for the good life " of mtramurals in his latter 3 years A memtwr of the twice "almosl" 
Brigade champion basketball team. Teddy could be seen mtssmg three toot jumpers in MacOon- 
ough regularly Academically Teddy could handle valence electrons and hydrocarbons but all 
that either effected something and our favorite Chem major looked to deeper waters and an 
oceanography degree Teddy, always a favorite around spring break (Remember he's from 

now tha 

Teddy s favorite hobby 

was • rackdiv 

ng" un 

il one bus 

ed tape dec 

ond das 

year Ted met the girl o 


night s 

ands (nei 

her would h, 

somewhere in Severna 

Park now. we 

II have 

ask the 

nest time h 

s Graduation will see Teddy back t 

own to Florida 

and Pc 

Ola where 


Good lu 

ck and clear skies to our 

favorite graduate of 



Alan W Grace 



General Engineering 

Navy Air 


In July ol 1979. Alan entered the Naval Academy from the landlocked state of Arizona to 
become a pilot, how s that for making sense' Alan was inspired by those gold wings to keep 
striving, to keep reaching, but most of ail to keep trying Lord knows how he's tried What can 
you say about your best friend but. Al. you >tfff amazin'' You wouldn't believe how he got that 
nick name' Don't worry. Al. I wont tell anyone 

Alan, well brother of mine. I have spent 4 years with you doing a host of strange and unusual 

blue bowling balls. Joe and the rollaway bed. Toyota Celica GTS. road trip to Las Vegas, road trip 
to Wisconison. on the road again, this time to USNA. Pirates. Frederick & Maybelle. Leah. 
Amanda. F-18's. E T . and dragon tenors Alan Grace. Naval Aviator. Fly Soy You're older now 
than I'll be when I graduate'" 20 Jul 79 Recipient of the 4 year ' liiiinnnnnnnntact" award 

May your dreams be fulfilled, may you wear your wings with pride, and glide with the best of 
them To me you are a brother as t have never had. and for that you will always be remembered 
To sum what you have done for me and those whose lives you have touched. I can only say you 

God t 

16th Company 605 

Alison S. McCrary 






like the food, it 
Youngster yea: 

les ot state fairs and hawkeye football games During plebe 
with most ol the basics except one. eating! Not that she didn't 
;ver reached her mouth Her astute squad leader remedied the 
3 problems Thank you for those big serving utensils CDR Food' 


racking As second class cruise rolled around 
As we all know YP's give you hords of experience and when Alison and f 
of big eyes' and some sound-powered phones, no mid in a kapoc was s 
eyes Alison had been destined for stripes since 1-day and first set hai 
commander However, the powers above heard rumor she was frequenting "The Penthouse" 
and she was forever destined to remain in sweet 16 But there was no use gettin' in a U22 about 
that As company commander first semester she has done a fine job Breaking in the new CO 
was dttlicult but blowing him oft was easier Giving adequate time for her to chase after her 
favorite two striper 

"Skins " has also obtained experience in dealing with those "interesting"" guys that seem to 
flock to her room asking her out to have fun ( ? ) After its happened, all you can say is "chalk it 
up to deia vu"". that strange sensation that 

Through four "short"" years Ah has done much She's learned the fine sport of walking her 
bike on those scenic highways of Maryland Shes learned that alarm clocks aren"t really lor 
waking up by but for turning off From president of the Glee club to fall and spring musicals "our 
gtrl " has shown us what friendship is all about Much is owed to that guidance counselor who 
sent Ah our way A beer to you. sir and our love to you All You're the best friend, sister 
roommate, and partner a person could ever hope to have We won't say goodbye )ust good luck! 

Philip J. McKenna. Jr. 
Applied Science 
Nuclear Submarines 

Hailing from Norristown. Pennsylvania. Phil sauntered into USNA with absolutely no idea of 

many areas In lour short years. Phil was able to play 150 lb football, the "corner" in soltball, 
was a starter m numerous penny, tennis ball, and orange wars, plus quarters games, and as a 
2/c had quatro stripes until he pulled a "McKenna" and got caught wearing unreg liberty attire 
Phil was never one to miss out on a good road trip whether to WVU. Captain Ms. or CDR 
Strohs As a first team penthouse pick. Phil was always in the thick of the houses many 
professional enhancing activities He was always that silent force behind its many events 
Academically. Phil did quite well due to a bit of talent and much more hard work Now as he 
looks south to Orlando and deep waters. Phtl must be looking tor another time and place where 
he can continue on as the "World's Best Straight-Man " 

To a friend lor life, good luck in all you do "Here's to brother Phil, so 

Carl J. Johnson 
North Dartmouth 
Political Science 

CJ arrived on the sandy shores o( Annapolis from the rocky coast < 
such enthusiasm that he soon became our class company i 
energy, just redirecting it to more important areas. Carl soon became famous tor his athletic 
prowess on the intramurat basketball, sottball. and fieldball teams, not to mention sidelining as a 
Saturday night boxing official lor his roommates Yes. it was always sports that got C J s 
attentton Even on the night of his 21st birthday. Bones couldn't resist the chance to practice a 
Itttle tower jumping and wrestling Carl also took up a new sport his 2nd class year, called 
telephone pole climbing The spoils of his many victories still hang around his room When C J 
was in prime form he became one of two people. The Master of Disaster or one of George 
Thoroughgood s destroyers Academics were also a near disaster for Bones Starting out in 
Systems Eng , C J soon realized that this was interfering with weekends, T V . and the rack Bemg 
farsighled, Carl switched to Poly Sci This suited Carl much better especially when classes (and 
whiteworks) became optional 1 st class year Wherever Carl goes he always adds life to the party 
which IS why he is so well liked by all his classmates Carl intends to go Navy Air Whether it is 
lets or props we wish CJ the best of luck See ya' 

Mar F. Labrador 

St. Louis 


Naval Architecture 

Nuclear Power 



a year in Newport, just i 
Sign (Naval Architecture) 
Mar managed to en|oy hi< 

Academy lite His n- 
Although he had a hi 

Mar Baby" Always enjoyed meeting new people 
especially when the rides ended up on foreign cargo i 
fabulous view ot the Chesaepeake that he had from ^ 
them It looked better with the lights out 

Mar played for the squash team his first year at 
kept him out ot the sport the next year He continue 

time to take on the rtgors < 
it the Boat School, of courv 
■spirited"' weekends and weei 

• Academy Unfortunately a knee mjury 

i well-mannered personality and hard working way ha 
greer m the nuclear navy Success will surely be you 

606 16th Company 

Ronald B. Robinson 
New Jersey 
Naval Flight Officer 

Brad arrived at USNA froi 
Academy We heard o( how MMA was but Brad kept close t 
years Plebe year was no great challenge tor Brad and r 
Youngster year found Brad and his roomati 
o serve Restriction only temporarily halted tt 

J years stay at Marine t 

Labor day 

oad trip to find the 

ost roomma 

e Brad ended a BM party by trying to catch 

lies with 

his mouth 

2/c year Brad d 


his leadership a 

ility by winning Walts 


cruncher game The company 

soccer team 

was lucky to be led 

by Brad and he always t- 

ad a hot 

bat lor the 

great slow pitch sot 

ball team D 

uringsenior year h 

got every midsdream- 


However. 1 

le stripes weren't c 

n his uniforr 

n, but someone els 

es Our SIX tile hero was 

a varsity 

black N win 

ner and of course a 

member of i 

he penthouse The Robinson family themse 


always the 

e for a great party 

most espe 

lally known for the 

ir BMs and irish coffee 

Robs IS 

known to 1 

e a good friend an 

especially helpful 

his roomate Good luck Brad 

either as a 

n NFC or a H,M m 


Michael J. Salvato 


New Jerey 


Naval Flight Officer 


The swamplands of N J gave us Bruce Springsteen, Southside Johnny, and Salvi Salvi came 
to USNA ready to go back home, but through a stroke of indecision he stayed and became a 
member of the penthouse Salvi brought with him a beer mug. a directional wit radar, and a keg 
of stories Who could forget the tower jump from 7*2' his legs crossed, arms on his shoulders, 
and a will leaving his Visa to Mimi Or the night the bottle of vodka insulted him so he killed it and 
himself And then there s the night Salvi became friends with the 15th co CDO and earned his 

to take the PCR three times! It's a real mid who II spend Saturday mornings on the YP after 
drinking all Friday night Salvi was always one for a good time and a night out with him always 
proved to be an experience one wouldn't forget If he lived. Salvi brought to the Academy a 
personality that is too often lacking here, and we all realize it Salvi may go nuke or NFO, nobody 
knows, but where ever he ends up he'll take his Camaro. Bruce, a beer, and a style all his own 

Thomas J Murphy 



General Engineering 

Navy Air 


Tom affectionately know as MURPH", entered the Academy with his goals set < 
a Navy pilot In coming to the Academy. Tom had the slight advantage ol having three years ol 
fleet experience behind htm. which made plebe year hassels seem trivial As the years past. 
academics continually haunted Murph. even though he studyed till two every night, whether he 
needed to or not Murph managed to hang in with the boys of 16 for one year, being a fine 
member of the squad, then enter one beautiful women From the time he met Paula hi» life 
changed Soon Murph lived for the weekend spending every second of his free time with Paula 
Even with the guiding hand of Paula however. Murph continued to carry on m some of his fleet 
ways Like his habitual coffee drinking He even pondered upon the feasibility of installing a 
coffee machine in his room Four years at the Academy did many things to Tom One thing i1 did 
not do was teach him to spell If Phonics 005 had been offered, he'd surely have been enrolled 
at least twice during his four years stay at Canoe U If everything clicks. Murph and Paula will b« 
off to P-cola. and the Air community will benefit by getting a truely fine Navy couple 

Michael S Redman 


New York 

Mechanical Engineering 

Civil Engineer Corps 


Mike, also known as the "Reddog" or just "Doggei 
first saw Dogger in Halsey during 1-day and i 
(Rocket Reed terminology) that here was a 

16 Many an upperclassman was aroused frorr 
may add) to the Dogger's mega-decibel chow- 
Shut up and shove 

he perfect example of a real mid We 
le most casual of observers 
ned for greatness Mike was without a 
h to the chagrin of our lirsties in sweet 

often greeted him with an equally loud, 
.t of us (although 3 of 

rtheless. he survived plebe year with ft- 
his roommates didn't) and went home on youngster leave with civvies 
if he ever wore them though) and stars on his collars During the sun 
another native of Rochester and. upon his return to USNA. was as good as gone from the life of a 
single man Predictably, his grades dropped (but not before making the geek sheet again 2nd 
semester) and he even managed to quit studying on Saturday nights (He finally learned that the 
word liberty didn't just give him the freedom to vote) He even managed to get drunk a few 
times His 21st B-day was mostly spent in the head and he probably set a record for the longest- 
lasting hangover He finally settled out after that and went back to work at his favorite pastttme, 
mopping up his own sweat He didn t make too much of a fuss when they didn't give him the 6 

1 (Although V 

16th Company 607 

Gregory Stenstrom 

Physical Science 
Surface Line 
Captain Kaos 

Captain Kaos came (o USNA from Stroughton. Massachusetts. He joined sweet sixteen with a 
year to go and quickly fit tn. Plebe year found him with a frustrated brigade commander and 
more dements than a company combined He had to be shown where Burger King was after he 
finished restricting June week Taking ■2 0' seriously, Greg and Wheels (Mom) could be seen at 
finals rolling quarters for tecumseh and mainlining coffee Among the 'Classics' were invisible 
snowballs, flying through taxi-cab windshields, racing MP's through a golf course, drinking with 
Ed and the "Screamer ", renting a penthouse at Army/Navy and sleeping in the elevator. 4 
wheeling through Philly with the boys (driver needs a beer "), pulling an unsuccessful 180 with 
Denny and Mike, skanking m unappropriate civilian attire " in D C with Chicki and the enemy of 
man. the deadly shipmate { 'where's the alidade?! '). the Bancroft tapes, youngster "room 
mates', infatuation with the laundry folder, and a four time member of the Whiskey Lima 
Society Although Greg was a trackman, sailor, and avid weight litter, his true calling was the 
ring-forever boxing and working with Billy on the bags and football pads Kaos was a true 
believer m making things happen himself, this was especially true with his liberty-his imagination 
was only exceeded by his initiative, and his ability to get in and out of jams was unparalleled His 
sense of humor remained intact and even after four years of visiting smoke hall only improved 
Music soothes the beast and after Chris' guitar lessons, Murphs country. Richies punk, and 
Amazin's own space odyssey you will forever by off-key Waah! Yo, midshipman, stand and 
deliver, we made it! Fair winds and folliwmg seas to the Captain and Lauren m the Surface Navy' 
Ed Wheeler 

John E, Stuber 



Electrical Engineering 

Navy Air 


John's fleet experience helped him realize that one important part of USNA is to get away 
from It as often as you can By the time Second class year rolled around, Johnnie had 
discovered his one and only, which was why it never took more than a five minute sprint from 
class on Friday for him to be on his way, 'Going to see Angie, John? ' 

John's unique intuition in Electrical Engineering inspired him to work hard and be come a rock 
squad academecian Having endured several bouts with the Li/ard, Stubes was also a faithful 
believer in the procurement of 'the Gouge " Fully attentive to everything going on about him. 
Johnnie was always ready to answer up to every inquisitors whim However. Stubes had 
another side, though it was only seen by a chosen few And as a good "yachtman". he was 
always willing to help out on the drive home A regular member of the penthouse. John always 
pulled through m the clutch and was a constant source of help to his classmates Good luck to a 
future in the Navy, and always 

608 16th Company 

Phillip G. Sawyer 



Systems Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


player * 
:h Oawg couido t 
ogram leading i 

Academically f 

enng oasis. Phoenix. Arizona Who was this long-hatred. 
' asked ourselves on that memorable first day We soon 

l-baii team to two regimental championships 
3 in the much feared very respected, Systems Engineering Maior F>hit 
was not without his peculiarities though He iiked to practice for plebe boning on his roommates 
He faded his driving test youngster year on a technicality He ran mto eighth »King' Deep selected 
for the penthouse second class year Dawg soon rose to the position of Kmg of Crash We 
rarely saw him in those last two years, sometimes catching a glimpse of him alone at the table 
eating ham francisco Phil s favorite television show by far was Saturday Night Live, but we feel 
he went to far re-enacting the Samarai Skit late one Saturday night after a rough session of T- 
breaks After looking around and getting his feets wet. Phil has opted for nuke school A 
shrewd card player (Right Terry') he s sure to emerge from those watery depths with more 
than one pay check Phil leaves USNA to jOin his lovely Lisa and while we ll regret the loss We 
dont hear her complaining Good luck. Phil 

James L Sherrard. Jr. 



Mechanical Engineering 

Navy Air 


never let us forget it His silly, often witty, Texai 

out. Jamie turned 

to sailing and made an e 


(Uhh 1 think 1 m going to be l.ck ) tnp 

Sermuda Youngster year Jamie met his df 


Attababy Things were going great until 

got tnsky and trie 

d to KISS her (Oh well. 


always other ) 

oungster year also 

saw Jamie wearing stars 

until h 

e decided to change his major to Mech E 

decided to coast 

home from there (') 

amies least favor 

e animal' The snake. 01 


Getting bitten at the ring dance i$ a hard 

swailow- even 

lor him Having e.perien 


d luck with civilian types. Jamie turned to 

her B lor lemale 

companionship, and 


discovered that women are the same 

ryv»here— even y 

oung ones Jamie really i 


live with too— just ask his roomates 

ones that are stil 

here anyway Jamie lost 

his firs 

roomie youngster year but replaced him 

Ta look-alike almo 

dillo Alter the second o 

e departed the Jamie Curse was leared by an 

far Ive survived a 

nd will make it to May c 

f 83 « 

ith only a fat lip 

or lour years Jam 

e seemed to always be 

n the 

dirt and caught a lot ol good-humored 

1 lor It However, 

his easy going, always c 


and Iriendly personality made him one ol 

best liked Te«ans 

and people) m the company F 

lends with everyone, rarely was he heard 

ing negatively of 

thers Jamie s good sen 

s toward others » 

III carry him a long way 

in lile 

P-cola Jamie see y 

u ther 



16th Company 609 

Edward N Becker III 




Nuclear Power 


According to a recent article in central Florida scene (circulation over 10,000 doctors offices 
and barbershops). Edward N. Becker III is a typical midstiipman. He is a Chemistry major with a 
3 3 cumulative grade point average, and is the type of mid that writes his mother every week 
This may all be true but there is more to Ed than just what was told Some of the things the 
article failed to point out were such things as his criminal tendencies (Ed jUst couldn't help but 
kidnap his roomates teddy bear at least once a week), or his penny-pinching attitude (The war of 
the century almost errupted over who's turn it was to buy toothpaste once) Another thing the 
article failed to point out was Ed's bad luck on both youngster and first class cruise On both 
cruises he ended up getting sick (One from a taxi ride through the mountains after a wild sangria 
night in Spain, and one from running from typhoons in the West Pacific) 

Ed has done quite well at the Academy though he started out slowly with an inferiority 
complex about his singing His roommates sang quite well but poor Ed was a graduate of the 
Gerry Esper school of singing for the tone deaf (Summa cum loud, of course). Ed was also one of 
the first in the company to become engaged He was also one of the first ones to see the errors 

Even after all his difficulties, Ed was always one of the top performers in the company With his 
day-glo red '65 Mustang and his nuclear power check in his pocket. Ed is ready to go home to 
Orlando and start nuclear power school 
— Flask 

Scott L. Bubier 



General Engineering 

Air Force 


Scott comes to the Academy from an Air Force family He has lived in many places including 
England. Maine, Indiana and California 

His favorite and present home is So Cal , where he spends many a day in the hot tub While at 
home he also likes to spend his time four -wheeling or just laying in the sun 

Here at the Academy this laid back spirit shows, and he is generally an easy going guy At first 
he did not do too well with the rates but his future roommate Bob took most of the flack during 
the summer, so he made it through Once the academics started he struggled through the Aero 
Matrix till second class iear. he slid into general (As they say sooner or later you will go 

His favorite hobby before coming to USNA was flying which he did with the Royal Air Force 
This led to his interest in planes which his knowledge of landed him a job as second class training 

Some people get lucky. Scott is one of these For example he did not get his choice of ships tor 
either 3rd. or 1st class cruise but he did get an early cruise to the Portland Rose Festival both 
times If his luck holds out he will be wearing silver wings on a blue bus drivers uniform 

Robert L. Baldocchi 

San Francisco 



Navy Air 


Doc was a senior in college 

Edward D Baldwin 
Physical Science 
Surface Line 

myself comparing wit 
ages that are dead, a 
thought sinks drowne 

> hedge that excludes so large a part of the 
d gaze, my thought conceives interminable 
ces. and profoundest calm; whereat my tieart 

nd blustering through these branches. I find 
ince, and then t call to mind eternity, and the 
d the noise of it And so in this immensity my 

— Translation from Leopardi 

610 17th Company 


Jeffrey J, Clark 




Nuclear Submarines 


Jeff Clark — alias Superman — cz 

wasn't from Springfield anymore 

JeM wanted to come here so bad 

from Springfield. Illinois A year later, though, he 
rom even he didn't know 

w off his senior year in high school, just so he could 

Plebe summer was a great experience Our old sqi 
get rid of him Have you gotten your reservations at a civilian school 
are you going to get your bus tickets home, Mr Clark?" 

But J J- managed to muddle through Plebe year came and went wi 
hockey. Who can forget seeing him waddling down the hall in his tweedl 
huge bag of equipment slung over his shoulder, and his hockey stic 

1 hockey uniform, , 

Then there \ 

; game 

J returned slightly under the influence Clunk, he staggered into 
t bag slung (sort of) over his shoulder Plunk, he dropped it on the 
d over that bag mto the desk Crash, he staggered into the locker 
:k, where he crashed and burned until the next morning, when all 
wing beer bottles at signs somewhere around Baltimore 

Pittsburgh, Orlando, Houston, Springfield, and New Orleans, 
eady 75 mph, without blinking an eyelash 
; seeks his fortune in the silent service Just remember thrs. 

Michael A. Crosby 

Oklahoma City 


Applied Science 



Cramps hailed to wonderful USNA from Oklafioma 

City as a b 


inspiring old plebe Fr 

there he started a short live 

football career This 

was followe 

d by 

a sailing care 

er that 

ended before its time due to t 

he old mans sense of d 



any type of a 


all-American at the restriction 

nationals, Gramps didn 

t let that get his 

spirits' dow 

In fact 

was always spirited m the hal 

Aside from all that. M 

s Crosbys 

green alert parties 

d fun enjoying their fir 


mps will be m 

but Im sure Mike will gladly 

be advancing his Navy 

career Good lu 

:k always 

Robert M Campbell 

Moral perfection is not to be judged by mystic commandments to practice the impossible. »nd 
moral stature is not to be judged by matters not open to choice Moral perfection is rather an 
unbreached rationality - not the degree o( one's intelligence, but the full and relentless use of 
the mind, not the extent of one's knowledge, but the acceptance of reason as an absolute An 
error made on ones own is safer than ten truths accepted on (aith, the first leaves one with the 
means to correct it. but the second destroys the capacity to distinguish truth from error 

'■| fear for your future. Kira." said Victor "You r 
far with those ideas of yours " "That." she said. 

Robert C. Chapleski 



Computer Science 

Navy Air 


Bob arrived at the Academ 

y after his New England tour (v 

a NAPS) Wine, w 

:>men. and song 

were always his top priority. 

occasionally finding time to be 

a hard-working m 

d From golden 

gloves to muddy cleats to cru 

ches. the happy Pollock soon switched the emph 

SIS to academic 

endeavors He chose Compu 

er Science as his major, and 

oved every -bit " 

He will be long 

remembered for his glorious 

nvention. the bucket brigade 

. which should go 

over well at the 

■0 ■club at Pensacola These 

could never have taken place 

without the help o 

a certain Karen 

R from Arnold. Md Our wish 

or his future?-Th3l Bob doesn' 

go through lets a 

fast as Vettes' 

(He could be in the training 

command for ever ) Finally. » 

e hope that Bob 

s life during his 

Academy days can be remem 

bered by his license plate on ' 

/ette #2 -l-Cruz' 

Fly Navy. Bob 

17th Company 61 

Brent J. Flaskerud 



Systems Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


from our very own Brent Flaskerud A product ol Minnesota, Brent came to the boat scho 

After he sweated through plebe year. Brent contracted a terminal case of youngstentis He 
proved his class loyalty by sleeping through 83% of his afternoons Brent, more affection; 
known as B J , (that's right), had a short and dull career as a Navy discus thrower It ended v 
the coach found out that B J preferred to play racquetball rather than go to practice A life 
member of the bucket brigade. B J s overwhelming lack of tact manifested itself one 
drunken evening when he outlined his emotional and physical desires to a more than 
queenie He has had his good days too They were Sep 2, and March 23 One ramy day v 
walking back to mother 8. B J was picked up by a lass m a Camaro who felt sorry for him 
been nding around with Charlene ever since To Brent we wish the very best, you'll be misse 
those 90 day patrols 

Jeffrey E. Fletcher 



Mechanical Engineering 

Marine Corps 


Jeff Fletcher, known as "Flex", "Mobile", or "Fletch' 
has had many experiences since joining the illustrious i 
habit of losing his heels on the stairs while chopping Jel 
he missed our record setting climb of Herndon 
Over the summer. Mobile was "forced ' to spend a mom 

rom Seattle, Washington Jefl 
'83 Plebe year, Fletch had a 
t through plebe year-although 
with another hardship to face 
youngster cruise in Hawaii 

Youngster year brought many sessions of instruction with the rack r 
treak trip to Florida for scuba diving and for Disney World Fletch , 

' world ot the Mechanical Engineer, struggling to survive dynamics, strengths, and 
no After two years of living with D D E and D P R . Jeff roomed with the only man who 
J chop down trees while he sleeps, with his bu/7saw snore Second class year also found 
vith a letter for powerlitting, for which he acquired the nickname "Flex" 2/C year took him 
1 south to Alabama with Dover for spring break '82 First class summer took Jeff to Hawaii 
more, where he met Trudy First class year found him having his best experience with 
i fantastic Mech E profs-"The Rocket Lives "-which he hopes to survive Now that Jeff has 
wn wheels, he has been seen all around the state, seeking out all ot those wild women that 
panted over his body Memorable quotes from Mobiles I/C year were "Is that diamond 
". "Class average was an 85, and I got a 30 "; "Lemme tell ya about my friend Hump 


i Flex in t 

iited States Ma> 

iroughoul the four yoari 

Dirk D Ellsworth 

West Linn 


Aerospace Engineering 


Jerk Elsewhere 

From across the rockies he came, an Oregon backwoodsman, complete with scfutty chm aruJ 
axe How could he know that he would soon trade that axe m on his new. life-long fr»end-his 
calculator' He easily gamed acceptance into the boat school to help balance the load ol 
engineers and real people, and despised the latter' By the way. isn t Aerospace something 
between the ears' Well, anyway, the all night Aero tabs and cable tests took heavy casualties. 
but this guy held on. thanks to a tittle beauty from Virginia named Liddy 

We all would have paid dearly to hear his Nuc Power interview with the Admiral — Come on. 
Dirk, you dont really want to gel on a ship that is supposed to sink* We wouldn't want you to 
short out any instruments when you continue to sweat the load As if he ever had to worry' At 
least with graduation welt m hand he has begun to relax, and can even be found laughing once m 


> laughing, andw 

Actually h 

old friends Good luck and good sailing in all you do! 

Gerald A. Esper 

Sterling Hts. 



Nuclear Submarines 

Jerry thumbed his nose at MIT and left Sterling Hts , Michigan to become a naval officer He 
quickly became popular tor his fine spirit in trying to sing marching songs Considering the ■ 
Maryland summer unduly cool, he slyly wore his combo cover over his ears for warmth M plebe 
summer was soft for Jerry, academic year was more cheesecake Under the tutelage of the 
Batt Oflicer, his knowledge of the MHP was so great that the upperclass frequently consulted 
him on his interpretation ot the regulations After sliding through plebe year, he left for the 
Phillipines with his role-model. Uncle Bill Except lor the 15 point rise and fall of his stocks, his 
trip was a great success Jerry returned completely satisfied that he had found his calling 
Youngster year was a good one for Jerry, from what he can remember The following summer 
he went to quasi-airborne school ON the streets of Michigan He learned that it is much easier to 
fall vertically and land m dirt, than to fly horizontally and land on a windshield - - ■ anything to 
miss Protramid Second class year ottered Jerry a study hour alternative to sleep the ward- 
lines, laugh about them, and go back to bed In spite of this severe case ot Narcolepsy. Jerry did 
very well as a chemistry major with a minor m Star Trek His efforts allowed him to be selected 
for bubble head duty We really weren't sure that Jerry liked to sleep a lot until lirst class year 
when he said he got a longer matress so that he could sleep longer Finally. Jerry tell in love with 
the girls back home and became the envy of us all His life will surely be a successful one rf he 
can (ust stay awake long enough to enjoy it 


612 17th Company 

Stephen M. Jackson 


New Jersey 


Nuclear Power 


Steves arrival at USNA caused everyone he met great appretiension At first it was thougtit h 
was a Soviet spy. but evidence from a Lawnside source disproved ttiat ttieory Eacti year, ne 
guesses were made about Ajaxs true identity Some thought him an NIS' agent, others a R 
Van Winkle impersonator Through gallant research it was finally determined that he too. w; 
just a senior m college 

Mark K. Johnston 

Nuclear Power 

When Mark left Salt Lake City for Annapotts 
were already preparing to move They left no 

Mark R Hagerott 




Nuke Service 


Some people say that Mark left his common sense at home in Kent. Washington Why else 
would a poet select Nuclear Power' No Mark I'm Imally convinced, history is the best major 
here-nice joke* Plebe year there was Gerry and his Inends to make life interesting and youngster 
year brought life with Chris Living with a book worm/narcoleptic, I guess there wasnt anything 
else to do but study For sport Mark managed to squeeze m long hours (minutes') on the skeet 
range Hence came the nicknames of Geek-A-Lot and Bag-A-Lot I think they're kind of catchy 
Well after two short years of fun at USNA Mark packed his bags lor West Point What was that 
about common sense' It seems that Mark can be happy almost anywhere, as long as he can 
read the financial page Returning Irom New York with tall tales and his sense of humor intact 
Mark prepared for a summer cruise in Europe with the Dutch Navy Some people really have it 
rough Old you really run the whole ship and have to put the captain m his place Mark' 

The first three years weren t so bad and as a nuke you'll pick up some real education You 
really are alright Mark. Im sure that Ann would agree Even if you dont get the Rhodes 
Scholarship life hasn't been too bad here When you retire to that old wheat farm m North 
Dakota, think back on your glory days as a geek sweat stnper at USNA 

Gordon P. Haines 


Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Power 

The man with the big nose 

I remember the day I met Gordon, he came into my room the first day of plebe summer, and I 

■ He must t 

thought 1 was 


ledication But next semester. I don't care what his 
Gordon IS a devious individual, a real ladies man f 

nas leave, G P went to the ski slopes to lounge aroi 
)air of big sad puppy dog eyes just begging for affection 
I was heartbroken to fmd out Gordon was N P Q for the Marine Corps 

mow how much he wanted to be a Marine, but I guess 
.lots He's (ust got to keep thinking, "I'm not going ste 

realized this right at the beginning of parents 
ardon. people went out of their way to be kind 
■ And with knee surgery. G P was able to stay 

important, parking in those V I P spaces that 
j that the attention wore off with the absence 
field and did it to his other knee Now that's 
I his excuse is, he's sleeping on the top rack 

I those Nuc Power 


class schedule all t 

( calls Plebe year he ^ 

ot need to took back becaus 
ng address but Mark finally f 
one He had already spent a 
eceives a thank you note fro 
everyone by his inability to r 

:ing the calculate 

1 many of us admired ^ 

17th Company 613 

Christopher J Loria 
General Engineering 
Surface Line 

C J started plebe year wit 


) youngster year \ 

Xing, tiowever the lengtri of his beak c 
le sailing team He seemed to tit in w* 
and a permanent membership into 
a fresh crewcut, and jumpwmgs to r 



lined to clean up h.s act This determination lasted well into the 
hard charger was temporarily sidelined with a cast ol 
the Bethesda blues The spring of second class year brought on a new twist as CJ )Oined with 
both roommates in the destruction of "Dueces wild" and skipper "Bronson" 

Although 1 /c year arrived with hts honey tar from home, CJ broke out of his depression the 
first night back with a quiet evening and )oy ride with charms McKee Yes the early morning 
breakfast clubs hero was back with his comrades once again 

Despite all adversity. CJ never let the big things get him down: always landing on his feet His 
total dedication and friendly personality will enable him to be successful in whatever he does. CJ 
will be sorely missed by his close friends 

Randolph L. Mahr 
East Brunswick 
New Jersey 
Systems Engineering 

Following Rosanna Rosannadanna's advice "Yo 
into Canoe U from one of the few nice parts ot 
peaceful Camaros He has always worked hard -. 
Engineer he put in more than his share of hours, bi 
he had so many other things to do Membership ii 

ula New Jersey.' Randy cruised 
here wild school buses graze on 
, during the week As a systems 
1 Randy rarely studied since 
e Canoe, Scuba, and Orienteering clubs as 
well as the Unofficial Wednesday Afternoon club at Riordans and the "I could walerski forever" 
clubs kept Gandalf busy inhaling fresh air (among other things) on most weekends Consequent 
ly. Mondays were usually bad days for Randy As an athlete Randy tried both crew and 
swimming, but after an uneventful semester turned to company sports for recreation As .1 plebe 
Randy was a top performer in the platoon until he ruined his sqaud leaders guitar in a 
watertight, a week before grease was due Randy's poor luck as a plebe ts second only to his 
outstanding ability lo meet up with the wrong girls But when Randy wanted something he would 
let nothing stand in his way Consider the blonde that he 'attacked'" at Timmy's, wont on to 
lake to a formal the next year, or the one from Pa who wouldn t say goodbye no matter how 
crude he got Randy was also one of the few ftrst class to validate four years of swimming, but 

still go to 6 1 /c swimming lessons As an officer Randy tends toward surface I 

NFO are not out of the question (only out of focus with his eyesight) 

can be sure it will include large quantities of beer, rock music and women Good luck, fair 


Terry W. Keith 



Aerospace Engineering 

Marine Air 


Close your eyes, take a deep I 
combinations as pickles and ic 
Philharmonic" - all the while Ihmt 
What name suddenly bursts into ) 
the gentle giant, the founding fa 

reath. open your mind, then try to imagine such oft the wall 
J cream, green and pink, or the B-52s and the Boston 
ing of the one person best described by such diametrical duos 
our brain' Why of course' Terry William Keith, the Rughead. " 
Iher of the famous uurrah lounge 

) would ever expect a stocky. 1 

r heard of a pri 

artist, or forth 
r gets uptight 

• Marine Corps who c 

could get along and actually converse with normal 1 

Academy majonng m something other than Phisci, that when asked about his service selection 

would rather fly F-18s than roll around m the mud and play grunt 

Yes. the "Rughead" is very certainly a unique person A sucker to the ploys of women (Aren't 
we all'). Terry goes through at least one true love" per semester, always ending up being 
dumped flat on his face Question 'What's so unique about that'" Answer "Terry's women all 
wear uniforms ' In fact, open his wallet and you'll find more uniformed profiles than Hugh 
Hefner has credit cards 

Terry's uniqueness, however, is certainly not something to be looked down upon like the 
plague or herpes In fact, his individuality has been very much a contribution to the personaitty 
that seperates the Academy from other universities, adding that little touch of humor, that 
spice of reality that makes Banana-U all worth while m the end 

Bruce A. Koivu 






Bruce drifted in from radiant Orlando, exchanging a lite of biking, skimg. and general ingenious 
mischief tor one of intimate moments with the honey well too often (When not biking or skimg or 
) Along the way, he discovered unusual new uses tor cauliflower m the pursuit of young 
french-Canadiennes (le cnou-fleur, nest-pas'), and spring beer on even younger Washmgton- 
lans Spring breaks meant initiating future nukes to the fine art ot Orlando life, including those 
who can leap a g-stnng m a single bound A logical man. )ust one sub cruise convinced him to 
start his career at Pensacola here's to the future fulfillment of his dream sleeping on a moonlit 
earner and landing on tropical beaches (Or is that the other way around?) 

614 I 7th Company 



William C. Mc Cool 

Computer Science 
Navy Air 

ling from the \ 

ide open spaces of Texas. Willie car 
to accept the challenge ■'morally, me 
lo problems at all A natural athlete. V 
;r. dominated his time Participating ii 

itally, and physically " Me 
llie excelled at every spor 
cross country and both ii 
am crazy When got bore 
I computers He's the or 

Aero major, Willie decided to pick something he really t 
know who bought a wnst watch specifically because it had space invaders on it He's done so 
well here that he's planning on getting his masters degree in computers before going to flight 
school Though it sounds as it Willie was busy all the time, he still had enough spare time to teach 
himself to play the guitar and to speak French (This really irritates G P and T K the other 
members of the urraah lounge } He was m bed by 10 30 every night because he needed "at least 
8 hrs a night ■■ 

The mora 

challenge was Willies only problem area Wha 

s a guy to do when he s got a baby 

lace that br 

ngs out the 'loving' quality in women' He ma 

Je a valiant effort at being a gallant 

knight but hes only human Willie also had a 

couple scrapes with the conduct system Who 

would have 

expected a gate guard to stop cars 

ooking for 2nd class drivers And how about that 

running Wit 

out a t shirt in 98 degree weather 

Willie proved 

to us all that scholar-atheletes are 

real people 

00 Willie will accomplish any goat 

e sets and t 

^e Navy is getting one hell of a pilot 

Good luck V 



James B 





Surface Line 


From the 

planet Maine he came. Portland. M 

sine to be ex 

acKOr was It Oregon') His biggest 

goal in lite IS 

to drive boats tor Navy: A little odo 


his natural aquatic abilities (or lack 

thereof Maybe he should be a ground pounde 

instead' We knew Jim was special the first day 

he arrived: r 

0. It IS not the tact that he has to sp 


s a day behind a razor, it is because 

Jim IS a 

are It be said ' A liberal! James is s 

liberal that 

f he won the Irish Sweepstakes. He 

would give 

he money away because he woulc 

feel guilty 


we admire Jim lor his ideals and w 

hair on his head and every tooth m 

his mouth 

im will probably stay in the Navy Ic 

r life, and he 

will be a fine Naval OHicer He has 

shown us th 

at he can accomplish anything whe 

1 he sets his 

mind to It After all he was a History 

major Thin 

k of all the independent research 

Jim as don 

at historic sites like The King of 

he was half 

rish and half Italian given his calm. 

ed disposition and temper Jim co 

Id always be 

counted on to give a quiet, rational 

response to 

frustrating situations, as long as 

you gave h 

m twenty-lour hours lor his blood 

pressure an 

d his senses to return to normal 

Leggs. like 

the old Irish toast says "May you 

be in heaven 

for an hour before the devil knows 

your dead ' 

Good luck always, and Jim. dont 

ever give up 

your independent research 

Albert J, Mathers 



Marine Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


Marling (rom Marysville, Michigan, the "Beaver " came to USNA with his mind already set on 

nuke power Although that much hasn't changed, plenty of other things have happened m the 

;d like he was heading (or the top ot the class 

I all that work turning into more & more (un. we 

ve witnessed a slight but steady decline in QPR Youngster year also brought the shortest 

lone call of his life where he dumped one. and for the next year went through plenty of others 

ways coming on strong, he seemed to always get bored by the second date but that was just 

• than once got him into trouble which eventually left him 

t of stead with the C O Finally, he appears to have been landed by M J 

coming home and PDA m the midstore. appears here to stay There must 

the relationship, if VISA and phone bills are any sort of indicator (Oh Well. 

there goes part of his nuke bonus ) Using his adjutant status to the futtest. Beaver is approaching 

the record tor the fastest increase in odometer readings in his silver honda. which must have 

the road between Crabtown and Alexandria memorized His ability to get good grades without 

studying has impressed us all. and the sight of him in his rack during study hour constantly 

reading science fiction is one well never forget If those nuke interviewers only knew, but it 

doesn't matter now Beaver s luck seems endless and we hope it stays that way 

Henry B Mathews II 




Marine Air 


Ben arrived at 

Canoe-U. on the 


s of the 


n straigh 

from Dothan. Alabama Sine 

that day. in July 

f '79. we have all 


d tores 


d yet be 

a little bit scared ol Benny Be 

became a 'Chit- 

man" rather early at USNA Du 

ring pi 

be summer he managed to sleep m th 

hospital while the 

rest of us took a 




Ben) Wl- 

lie Ben managed the rest ol th 

year with only m 

nor violations of 


lie natu 

re (by 


ve appreciated the yellow tiles 

he soon lost all control and zipped on his real foul Marine head A Marine from Alabama, the next 
best thing to wearing Alabama P E gear all year 

Ben's taste in clothing is definitely not paralleled by his taste in cars, the only 3/c to have a 
brand new Datsun 280ZX They say when it rams it pours and that's about as often as the car 
gets washed Must be nice Well, enough of the serious stuff on old Benny, just be glad you 
weren't in the class of 1986 last summer for our resident foxtrot Hammer to rack you in 

After graduation you will be lucky to catch Ben Mathews as he will be screaming along at Mach 
2 in his F-I8 Hornet for the United States Marine Corps The Marines definitely got the best of 
that deal and all we can say is that we will miss his dedication and friendship. The best to you in 
all you do Good luck 
D D E 

,7th Company 615 

Sean E O'Connor 


New Jersey 

Applied Science 



Plebe summer earned Sean the nickn 

sme of Sonny with his tender years, wi 

ecracks, and 

exuberance ol youth He would have mad 

e Ac year a breeze if he hadn't almost di 

membered a 

certain 2/c who was merely performing 

his duties Oh well Plebe year saw nu 

merous spirit 

related carry-outs and blanket parties which lelt him with a lew skinned knuckles but a much 

better state of mind That and beating ou 

t his squad leader for noseguard on the 

50 # football 

team lelt him with a Cakewalk plebe year 

Youngster year was a real turning point 

or Sonny 01 

lll-C, he was only a lew scars lelt, mostly 

a lasting nightmare of a garbage truck a 

most running 

him over at dawn on Dam-Neck beach F 

rst class year saw Sonny's early warning system's go 

into ellect Alter three years ol prowling he had many unlnendlies alter his buns; a 


buddies could be seen calling out azim 

ths ol incoming bogies which would s 

nd our hero 

scurrying in the opposite direction But for all his lun and games he has done 

well at Navy. 

starting at noseguard on the ISO's and it 

aking all-league many times, ending up 

as co-captain 

We wish Sonny luck in all that he does 

and that none of his many lovelies gets 

heir claws on 

him Sonny, take care and keep the bee 

rs cold until we get there 

f PS & C JL 

Chris Pietras 

Long Island 

New York 

Marine Engineering 


r Chris as the smart mouth, lair skinned 

blond haired 

kid Irom Long Island Though the smalles 

plebe. by graduation, he was 5 inches and 30 pounds 

bigger In those four years and eight mile 

runs. Chris earned several nicknames ar 

d a notorious 

While Chris didnt stand \n the top ol his class, he was actually a latent genius At Navy, three 
evit (orces combined to restrain his lazy but immense intellect a cnbbage board, sci fi books, 
and the rack His Iriends and class mates stood helplessly by as Woodstock played hundreds ol 
cnbbage games wtth his partners Irom Baltimore and Oregon In lact. the partner with the bum 
knee later lell victtm to Ac boards as a result ol the long-running game series— which Chris won 
When not playing games, he could read up to three books a week; il an English or History ma|or. 
he would have easily become the department chairman Finally, it anything got the best ol Chris. 
it was his narcolepsy, he was once admitted (o Bancroft medical for 3rd degree back burns 

Chris loved books, cnbbage. and the rack, but his greatest affection was for the mile run In 
fact, Chris ran the mile a multitude of times and even stayed alter classes on Fridays |ust to take 
advantage ol Heinz Lenz's expert instruction 

Where ever "Woodstock". Chris (or whatever) will find himself in the luture, he will be one ol 
the best He was always ready to lend a helping hand, or do a (avor In the class o( "83 there are 
lew others who got along so well, with so many, so much of the time as Chris, the "Cribbage 

Your gray i 

Keith B. Menz 
Political Science 
Naval Intelligence 

Keith hails from the beer capital of US —Milwaukee. Wisconsin He enlisted m ttie Navy after 
high school and was advanced to petty officer 3/c before being accepted to the Naval Academy 
Prep school While at NAPS. "Mouse ' was an outstanding soccer goalie However, the coaches 
at USNA thought he was too small to play the nets so Keith turned his efforts to kicking for 

150 11 


ately (or the girls, 
us will ever forget the good 
nes, the year the Brewers 
1 ways NPQ, Keith hopes tc 
; Navy will begainin 
Good luck always" 

srker. Keith rarely Slept when his studies needed attention 
Mm as his grades were seldom below 3 4 Whenever not 
eith could be always found at a party He has a lailgater 

, Mouse will be there He discovered Hood college 2/c year 
rr Since The girls m every dorm at Hood know of "The 
>ne particular hoodite has had his attention lor some time 
imes and few will forget what a pam he was dunng the "82 
almost won" We will all miss Keith's hotheadedness and 
enter the intelligence community upon graduation When 

Dave Nameroff 



Nuclear Power 

Marine Engineering 


Since Dave's family already had a history of being involved with nuclear power (his dad works 
(or Babcock & Wilcox, you know, the people responsible lor TMI). he decided to visit Canoe U 
and join the ranks of the U S nuclear navy (and, ol course, il you go nuke, you have to go subs) 

Dave started acting like a midshipman in Crabtown belore most ol his classmates When he 
came out for Orientation Day, he managed to gel himsell so pickled that he was lost when he 
was standing right in front ol his hotel But that wasn t good enough for Dave, he decided that he 
had to do better than that So one line Saturday alternoon during ptebe year he got so drunk 
that he slept through his alarm and evening formation 

Since Dave likes to be active, he joined a few clubs here at the Boat School In one ol these 
clubs he ran through the woods to see how long it would take htm to get lost In another one he 
had to assume all of these strange positions and do a lot of grunting For a 
varsity sports He ran a lot of stadium stairs ani 
before deciding that it just wasn't worth giving 

Dave had dreams from the very beginning ol 
Academy Thanks to his advisor they have rem 
opportunity to do graduate work right after 
as Im sure his advisor would say 

jate work dunng his last year at t 
itouched dreams Dave may get I 
ng though "Better late 

616 1 7th Compriny 



Derek P. Rydholm 
Fort Collins 
Physical Science 
Navy Air 

Derek came to muggy Crabtown from the sparkling waters of Fort Collins. Colorado, ski 
country During hiis first year Derek became a hit with the firsties when he was carried from 
formation one Saturday afternoon after enjoying a little too much spring water However, during 
the winter months he became very flexible This was exibited while on the varsity gymnastics 
team and finally on the batt football team that ended with a perfect record After meeting Nancy 

Ryders has made a lasting impression on us all He was a perfect example to follow but never 
getting the chance not all of us saw his true potential Ryders, good luck in the fleet we know you 
will stand head and shoulders above the rest. Good luck always 

Frank P. Shaffer 
Aerospace Engineering 
Navy Air 
Fat Rat 

■Fat Rat" Shatter rolled down fi 
with puppy dog eyes ablaze and a 
day regimine Frank slid through 
realized they had a potential F-1^ 

Starting oH Youngster year on a 
road sodas, impressing a certain r 
steeple chase back to Sunday evi 

The high point of Youngster yeai 
slopes of New Hampshire (You knc 

-yeah thats right Pennsylvania to Canoe U 
e quickly adapted to the paltry three meal c 
loticed except by the wrestling staff, whc 

completely unscathed 
le one long distance road trip to the sk 
state) The dangerous three kept warn 
ip off the slopes and replacing his man' 
!0S and his dads new car Despite it all 

id his waist line The IMC parties ant 

ed membership to the 
^ Frank's first of many 
hich remained no one on the company? 
ling did htlle to improve his stellar attit 
e levels Although enthusiastic about sail 
though he never missed a party, or a 

t by ^ 

Frank roll back into Annapolis with the ho 

•28 With fond memories of June week w 

)ve into academic year labs, the rack, and the v 

ern wrestling crown and then flying high with Navy Air. Hi 

I make Frank an excellant officer and probably the Na 

ie missed by all with fond memories We are looking for\ 

Bryan V, Riegel 
Political Science 

Wtnging I 

I Spokane. Washington. Beagle" was pretty wet b«hind the ears when he 
t USNA He made it through plebe year generally unnoticed, mamly because he always 
to be at the boathouse It wasn't without its' tough limes, however, since Bryan and 
d extra duty pulling the toad for one who didn't make tl Al least Youngster year was 
led in proper fashion, with an afternoon spent on the beltway and a run through the 
mud to make formation Not too good tn summer whites but all four cohorts m crime emerged 
unscathed It was a good year for Beagle when everything seemed to fall into place Then came 
the big change, with a blind date, that started in the Rotunda and has no end in sight II was 
tough to find him before when he just had crew, but with two diversions Bryan is even a rarer 
sight He should be allowed to commute to school since that would probably make things easier 
The past two years have certainly been filled with alot of different experiences From all Ihe 
stares directed toward the mid with the wife and the kid, Eric.» leaving her mark on the nose of 
the Dants wife, sweet-talking the Maryland Stale Police and a record time between Ft Meade 
and USNA. it has been an exciting lifestyle Some things haven't changed though, Bryan's quick 
smile and easy going manner are things we wont forget We wish him luck on the way lo his 
dream of flying and in meeting the challenges which he ahead. 

Derek G. Roberts 



Mechanical Engineering 


Derek left San Diego . 
iickname of "Blow it Cc 

vay through two years v 

arrived at Ihe United States Naval Academy with a high school 
but rooming with General Pretty during plebe summer helped 
lively speaking) After coughing, limping, typing, and brushing his 
C W and E B he had several other nicknames During youngster 
3ved to Hawaii so that Bo squidly would not have time to become 
romantically involved, but he still managed to find a island girl in the Navy junior pool Back at 
the boat school he tallied up the Dants. as well as the deputy's daughters: Ihe siblings of high- 
ranked ring knockers must perpetuate the species Derek chose to major m Mechanical Engieer- 
ing so that he could calculate the yield stress of Ihe bolts remaining after reassembling his 
Capn's engine His efforts paid off with a reward he wished he had never been awarded- four 

about Derek spent his leave time in V 
minister's daughters to commuting > 
graduation, Surface Nuclear Power, a 
success and happiness 

', ways: from going to dr 
for cruise Finally he rt 
ost importantly, many c 

17th Company 617 

Scott A SteevGs 


New York 

Systems Engineering 

Surface Line 


Scotty ha.is from beautiful upstate New York. Schenectady to be specific, wrhere he 
the cold and warm climates satisfactory to his Aplme and water skiing habits An eager 
gave up a normal coll 

lor abuse, he followed in the footsteps 
become a squtd at Canoe U 

17 Scott also saw the light quitting th 
turned his attention to battling the si 

s brother. Sean. 

plebe who managed to survive ti 
aters and blowers saying D & ( 
IS engineering major of which 

Scotty became an important member of the company slow-pitch softball team, not tor hi$ 
athletic skills, but for the cookies and brownies his lovely companion, Amanda, would bring to 
the games It was said if you ever wanted to find Scotty. you need only look m three places- Ward 
. the residence of Amanda "Haze gray and underway ' is the 
V he IS bound for success Best of luck, always 

Craig A. Walker 



Mechanical Engineering 

Surface Nuclear 


Living only a footballs throw from Notre Dame, Craig arrived from Mi 
edge of Michigan beaches and his uncles sea stones unde 
routine of every normal Midshipman, Craig occassionally 

selt Quickly falling into the 
onaiiy honored the sub-squad with h« 
back home, and deftly avoided the titles 

■ Geek' and Sweat" 

After deciding that Mechanical Engineering was the only real r 
Glee Club and Chapel Choir with his voice and spent many of hi 
good friends John and Jack 

After providing the theory that new stereo speakers can improve your grades Craig's profes- 
sionalism shone through when he reluctantly turned down a first class cruise at sea and instead 
chose recruit training at Great Lakes He felt he could get a more meaningful eaperience 
working with the young enlisted people and returned very much satisfied with his summer 
activities Craig's dedication was not unnoticed because he returned with a position on Battalion 
Staff, no morning quarters, and 3-stnper libs 

Always keeping in touch with reality, Craig was often a stabilizing influence when the rigors of 
academy life became heavy He was always available to offer constructive criticism and lend a 
helping hand After authorizing an interview with Admiral Mckee. Craig chose what many feel the 
real navy is all about The wind in his hair, beautiful sunsets, port calls, and no unreps with oilers 
We wish Craig the best of luck with his future and know that wherever he travels he will always 
find lite as sweet as honey 


618 1 7lh Comp.iny 


James A Blake 



General Engineering 



"He should have gone to Broadway instead!"" 

Geoffrey R Brandquist 






Geoffrey Roland Brandquist comes from a long line of proud swedes Although the continental 
quiff got off to a slow start plebe summer (Since he was Capt 8randquist"s son, sir ). it didn't 
stop him from making such cheers as From East to West,"" or "From Atlantic to Pacific" 
famous Plebe year took its toll with the long hours sleeping in the te 

As Youngster year rolled 

around, Geoff finally met someone besides Henry Dicker to keep him 

happy, her name was Margie He called her my favorite nurse" In sports he rallied both the 

heavy weight football tean 

and Co basketball team to two losing seasons, as quarterback and 

guard respectively 

As Second class year ca 

ne upon him. Rip Van Brandquist found it hard to stay awake at least 

one-third of the day to go 

on steerage runs, call Margie, and play lead cowbell for the smack. 

During First class year. 

he chicken wing lover was able to keep his grades sat and would 

frequently recruit people 

drive to BuHalo with, where his bride to be lived Also Firsl-class 

year the square-head was 

ble to take wires again, and coach his no-practice basketball team to 

a 2-7 season Brandquist" 

increased financial capabilities were evident by his frequent stereo 

and book sales to finance 

his debt Hopefully GeoH, who is choosing Surface Line as a service 

selection, and Margie will enioy life together as much as weve enjoyed him Geoff "s been a good 

friend to everyone and fu 

1 to be with Good luck Geoff 

Michael W. Byman 

Virginia Beach 


Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


After leaving his home in Ohio. Florida, c 
Mike arrived at Navy and breezed through 
year soon pulled him up short and he disc 
very lov^ profile Slaying generally neutral i 
pugs and mud shark, 
year Mike continued 

ife simply isn't worth living. Mike frequently h 
After practicing with his "flipper sub" Mike is 
nany memories of good friends and great tinr 

(depending on which day you asked him). 
imer However the cold, hard reality of Ac 
at the secret to happiness plebe year is a 

ke layed claim to a desk at Nimitz and hit the books hard Youngster 
look out tor pugs, and always dragged htm out ot the rack about two 

that without Jesus Christ as Lc 
IIS priorities with this m mi 
school He will leave Navy v 

Reynold J Convento 



Applied Science 

Surface Line 


NAPS, inte 

It on participa 



Ih the 

Filipino connection in the war 

room, but 

soon found ou 

not th 

e purpose 

of this 

he plowed 

through plebe 


>r. shi 

ing as 

the week 

5 pro- 

gressed, despite spending half 

time dressing 

-lis now 


company mate (HPD) 

Of the hardest profs and classes at USNA Three Tl-55s and a nervous breakdown later. Rey 

abilities surfaced during the next few years as a result of a heavy influence from his youngster 
roommates. Lennon and McCartney, and from a deeper inspiration from his true love. Sabnna 
(Veronica was such a tease) He emerged as the company photographer automechanic. and 
shoo-pow (and other sweet asian foods) distributor Despite all these attributes, it still took a 

Rey managed to advance above and beyond his classmates socially He could always be 
counted on to be the life of the party, with such original antics as lampshade-hat wearing, and 
immediately informing the crowd of his state upon accomplishing a buzz "Roy" the Japanese 
guy recently had been adopted by Geoff and Margie They will surely take care of him till he can 
make his decision as to whether to go Surface Line or Surface Line. 
Bronze and Chaz 

18th Company 619 

Stanley D. Gabriszesk 

Glen Burnie 


Marine Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


Stan happened by chance upon the N 

hat Canoe 

U even existed, despite the 

act that 

ie had lived 

ust do» 

n the roa 

i in Glen Bur 

me lor the 

previous eighteen years 

One ol his many accompli 

hments c 

uring plebe 



being a mem 

ber ol the 

"Dress me cause Im Harry Dorman' p 

t crew Stan 

urvived plebe sum 

mer. and the Glen burn- 

out in him was (inally purged 

from his 


Stan managed to make tf 

e plebe 


His love 

or the team 


mutually to his classmates as 

Stan was 

well known lor his Ic 

ve and support ol 18th 


To escape the pressures of 

the next 

ew years. St 

n lounc 

peace in 

cranking disc 

5 music on 

his prized ■Close-andPlay " 

Fortunately tor him hi 


have gone 

to better and stranger 

Lite was not all Diet Pepsi- 

and Sale 

m Lights lor Stan a 


did mount t 

rough the 

years But even with cysts, stubborness 

dear. Stan still re 

named dedic 

led to loin 

the nuc power team, sure to give the best 30 years o( his life to Uncle Sam 
Stan Go Mr Navy Nuc em till they glow 
Chaz and Caesar 

William J. Galinis 

Delray Beach 


Electrical Engineering 

Surface Line 

Joe Head 

and a determined, bu 

Annapolis Bill made it 

of chocolate cakes and making midnight i 

Plebe year brought a new Youngster J G 

eager attitu 
ugh plebe s 

' atti 

I give up Florida 

er by feeding hi? 

lass in a slightly modified 

ude, a double E ma|or. anc 

which fascinated the company with her interesting chow packages ai 
addresses Never one for the complex life. Bill found much freetime en|oyment playir 
and going out with hts buddies Jim. Jack, Hank, and Merle, but he was disappointed 
found out you couldn't deep sea fish on the Chesapeake With many late nights ol couni 
and double E, Billy Joe would let loose by gotng out Moe and Joe style" to the Sati 
moutains of western Maryland, or. il enough time allowed, straight south like a Itghtnmj 
narrowly missed the job of brigade commander (you had my vote guy) 
two stripes and the titles of "the most ummpersonatable man", "Billy I 
sub commander", and "the most dedicated student" Quiel 
a wild son of dixie by night. Bill proved to everyone what a timely ftne person 
Navy takes him above, below, or on lop of (he water. |ust listen for the soun> 
and country music and you'll find Bill Best of luck and God speed, my frie 
tM JO 

620 18th Company 

duly and 
hing pole 

Michael C Dellatto 


New York 


Marine Air 


Mike Dellatto came to USNA trc 
plebe year because being a good 

the streets ol Brooklyn New York He had a tough iim« 
han he constantly needed to shave Because of this he 
knames Bluebeard" and Sasquatch His musical tastes (disco) 
Ihe top contender for the John Travolta look alike contest Mike 
ete of himself, he pumped weights and stared m such macho sports 
)ll But he seemed to forget about his legs, because of this his legs 
> Legs throughout 18th company Mike an excellent student and a 
I to enter psychotic states when a test came around (mostly the 
management experience to financial endeavors whtle at the Acade- 
money and invest it while others wasted theirs on stupid things kke 
.eer and fun Mike was also the only plebe to return triumphantly from Herndon with his pro 
eds, socks, and tee shirt Mike s only desire while at the Academy was to go home and see his 
teady Patncia or Pumpkin as he called her Mike hopes to become an NFO m any senrice 
hat will allow him the most ground time 

After plebe year Mikes comic ability became evident by his imitation of nearly every on* in 
he company, no one was immune The company Christmas party was his best medium iof lh« 
alent. where he kept everyone in stiches Whatever the Brooklyn Cujeen" does or wherever 
le goes we know that Mike will do well We will miss his ceaseless humor and friendship Take 

and appearence r 
at batt rugby and 

run) Mike appli€ 

G 6 

Donald G. Drehoff 






Smile everybody, and welcome to Fantasy Island! Today we will take you through the surreal 
and imaginative academy hfe of Don Drehoff " 

The disciple- Always under devme inspiration. Don did his best to spread the word of the Lord 
among his peers at the famous company bible studies (What better way to spend 0530 to 
0600') Don let it be known that he was born again, again and again However, his applications 
were progressive, by cranking the tunes of Larry Norman and the Dyl-man 

The movie star- Dons greatest triumph was as Mr Hollywood himself, writing, acting, produc- 
ing, and directing such memorable features as "The Chow Package." The Newlymid Game." 
Family Feud," "The Interns (released at HoUoween). and the still to be released Star ol 
Annapolis ' 

The musician After being influenced for years by the likes of Lennon. Dylan. Costello. Young. 
and Gates. Don (along with Mick Gabber), organized "The Smack", one of the most i 


bands ol Ihe 80' 5 

1 Don 5 



Lawrence L Gill 
Lake Havasu 
Nuclear Submarines 

Lawrence Lee Gill arrived after the life in his luxurious Florida resort Tiring o» the fun and sun 
on the tieach, Lee deciced to apply himself to the Corps (Marine), (he Squadron (Y P ), and the 
major (Math) Fairly quickly he learned he travetled north for nought Classmates found Lee 
spending time browsing cataloges and junk shops for gadgets Irons, coffee-pots, and popcorn 
poppers were the beginning, but he didnt stop there No he also had Christmas lights, an ironing 
board, a shower massage, and a 24K gold toothbrush' Plebe year began and with it came "E 
tables", cope chow calls and many love letters Spring break found Lee and the boys on the 
beach reltving those old days ' Lee found that his romanced lopped even his love for baseball 
As president of the Eastport Vette club he found Teds lounge, and himself getting engaged a la 
shotgun Youngster year past as even more flames ignited and smothered Second class year 
brought out the best m Lee 

Giving up on his roommates, he put on the disco (heavy sail mnlluence), rearranged, and 
cleaned the room weeklyi It kept his roomates on their toes and the ptebers m awe His musical 

trumpet Carrying around that mean looking chicken' in his front pocket has been a heavy 

' year had baby t 

i eyes, a shapely body, f( 
; could do to keep her in i 
son Lee is going to glow 
n the years to come 

Jeremy W. Gillespie 
Navy Air 
"In the absolute order of 

: try 

What biography of Jeremy would be complete without this quintesseni of philosophy' Life 
/ith Jerry will never be dull for anyone withm earshot as long as they have a friendly ear and an 
ppreciation tor the finer nuances of life Jeremy is the one man always ready to proofread a 
nidnight paper, make a steerage run. loan out his car, catch some "quick rack.' discuss some 
lull. and pull an all-nighter in the same night as well as m the same breath 

verything for the past four years With the muses of the poets and J P Jones' recommended 
raits, no one can dispute Jerry's qualifications as a gentleman and an officer In all of Jeremy's 
:cess and new experiences will be found wherever he is, 

Angela J, Goehrig 
North Miami 

Geo Physics 

Tiny Angle hails from North Miami, Florida An Oceanographer by trade, but a I 
chaser by choice Angie bounced from crew, to the musicals, finally settling down ti 
Hall to study and escape the clutches of the Ac-board Always complaining about h 
maybe 101 pounds dripping wet. Angie was constantly on a diet This tmy. skinny gir 

Best of luck i 

'■ of It all, Decatu 

Robert J. Hennelly 



Resource Management 



That teeming midwestern metropolis e 
duced few individuals possessed of a sensibility, wit. and predilection to contrariness equal to 
that of Bob Hennelly Bob began his quest for higher learning at the Naval Academy by pursuing 
the Dragon of Aerospace Engineering Fortunately, halfway through Youngster year and prior to 
any mortal combat with the Dragon, the muses came to him in a vision and he saw the error of 
his ways A bull-major at heart. Bob opted for practicality and became a Management major 
instead Second class year found Bob suffering from the sports car mentality brought on by 
dreams of his RX-7 extension, with symptoms compounded by his feigning that he never did any 
real work Ailing as he was. Bob still managed to earn a varsity letter for fencing sabre Durmg 
first class summer, the Decatur caterpillar felt that he could best professionally develop himself 
by sojourning in the Mediterranean, and so he did Assigned to ; 

; MMC( 

, Mallorca being not t 

ntice. sex, and Panorama Given the t 
iail Coordinator), Bob found it difficult to squeeze 
that sleeping, eating, and reading placed on him 
le could experience Europe m ways only a literate 
-dipping at 3 a m in the serene blue water off the 
of these Through the years Bob has earned the 
ense of humor and athletic ability (racquetball 
I, for one, am deeply appreciative both of his 
willing to give To you Bob — best of luck, 

18th Company 621 



Michael G 





Navy Air 


Mike gave u 

p the good 


U ot W - Ma 

the slower women) At go 


n the track 


i last ( 

. fast ^ 


; gave up t 
n for a slow truck slow women, and faster drinking (to help catch 
d Canoe U . Mikes ma)or contribution to the boat school was his 
1 where he and teammate George Abitante singlehandedly drove 

Friday night carbohydrate loading (beer), and their extra Saturday night training runs while 
being chased by the Jimmy Legs Despite being a )0Ck. Mike remained a stellar performer in the 
classroom Double majoring in weekends and wardroom T V trivia, Mike redefined the term 
scholar athlete Even with his heavy class load, Mike still managed to help his friends when they 
needed help with their homework Everyone who went to Mike for help improved in cnbbage 
DC, McC- 

Angus M. Laney 



Marine Engineering 



With a room oH campus in mmd. Gus arrived from sunny Florida in humid Maryland His only 
problem was whenever he asked lor directions to the dean of housing, he only got yelled at 
( "Why are these guys so bent out of shape, anyway?"*) 

Gus found a way to survive plebe year by hiding m the crew house, watching TV until dinner 
was half over When he realized that he had an easy squad second i 

1 ; 

Kenneth A. James 


New York 


Surface Line 


Kenneth James, the man who hails by the i 
years at the Academy and has established a r 
member of the Gladiators he then pursued a t 
only a few This individual, possessing one of th 

> of Zoot. has blazed many traits m his tour 
along more than one of them A one time 
r in the 0-6 Club an organization known to 
it known laughs of the century used it often 

iing He ( 

d well loved institution He loved football games along w 
) the Academy without the skill of a fish, but he left as 
I direction) Parting words to those he left behind Ha-i 

Youngster year. Gus < 
cademic disaster He al 
IS views on the plebe system Tsk. tsk 

Second class year Gus found himself flirting t 

ng argentine f 

ster His loan payments 
■ Gus decided to return to academic 
disaster, proving that since "Ignorance is bliss. I'm one happy sob '" Gus also gained a perspec 
tive on the structure of the Bay bridge from the top of a car Remember, act like luggage 

First class year found Gus still a Marine Engineer, despite the fact that he n 
himself with studies ("Homework, what's that ' ') He may have been a low-track MechE. b 
sure knew his EN 100 by the end of first class year A short lived rugby career entitled Gu' 
charter membership on the excused squad Do you know how hard it is to get a guy with ; 
on to roll over so you can get some sleep, too* 

Gus, always remember The silver dollar, that unbe,ilabte qu.vters team, nightly happy 
sturdy luggage racks, the Maryland lacrosse Ramo .mri the Iohr walk b.n-k .jflprw.trd .in 

Gene E. Kessler 



General Engineering 

Strategic Weapons Officer 


Gene brought with him I 

. changed i 

Florida very different set of values These differences 

t over the four years they have brought much ndicule 
at the Academy His goals and directions have not been 
Lord providing, Gene will be with us and the Navy 

To a true friend, good li 

622 18th Company 


George D. Miksch 

College Point 

New York 

Mechanical Engineering 

Navy Air 


There it is! 

Brandt S^ Moran 



Marine Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 

Coming from 

Baltimore. Brandt took 

a wrong turn 

on Richie hwy. missed Anne Arundel 

Comm College 

and came through gate 8 

instead No o 

e had the heart to break the news to 

him until First c 
of five 

Knowing that 

ass year, when 

they told h 

m that he wou 

d have to stand duty one weekend out 

you cant push 

a rope, Br 

andt loined th€ 

sailing team This primed him for the 


tnper billet th 

t he would 

fill the ne»t t 

nree years 

The needs ol 

the Navy and 

^oms bett 

r ludgement prevailed third class summer, when his 

cruise got slash 

ed from a mec 

3 to a yip 

pie cruise Youngster year brought on the character 

Albo Skogglema 

dvocate) * 

Ibo harrassed 

corporate VPS with such problems as 

melting of MMS 

in your hand 

and incons 

stancies in the 

number of licks it takes to get to the 

center ol a Too 

sie pop Youngster year a 

ISO saw the fir 

St courses in fvlarine Eng. long days at 

Rickover. long 

ights asleep a 

la the ever 

present 'Mor 

an on sailing rvl " sign on the door 

A firstie romn 

nmate Second 

class year 

dded such pr 

vileges as Friday night libs and civvies 

An easy first s 

emester lulled 

Brandt in 

a false sen 

e of academic security But second 

semester he w 

s blasted into 

reality by 

he rocket 

First class ye 

ar was |us( no 

un because everything he 

had done to this point was now legal. 

well almost eve 


; Another sem 

ocket almost prevented n 

ke school, but he bulled his way out of 

It (or was that 1 

to It) He got c 

jmmand of 

Connie-, his 

rst deep draft vessel f^aybe too deep 

i Where did that 


come fror 

n anyway? 

To a good fr 

end wholl be 


where ever he 

goes May your rum bottle and your 

Gilbert W Mayo. Jr. 


North Garolina 


Marine Gorps 


Straight from the heart ot dixie. Gil arrived at USNA with hts hiking boots on. a backpack over 
his shoulder, and a bottle ol Jim in his back pocket Plebe year. Gil began to exercise his skills tn 

more constructive projects like building tents out ot newspaper and bombs out of shaving cream 
and chose the Mechanical Engineering major When Gil wasn't studying, sleeping through 
comearounds. or making permanent the arrangement ot his roommates medicine chest, he w»$ 
to be lound over at the crew house When Gil found out that he couldn't go camping and b* a 
Mechanical Engineer, he decided to pursue oceanography His favorite past times were preach- 
ing about the holy trilogy (the Ma|0r, Bama, and the Bear)« adminng his physique m the mirror, 
and playing b-ball in the hallway with a wad of red man in one cheek and hts tongue hanging out 
of the other (without that tongue his layups were worthless ) During second class year Gd found 
more time to get out and about Weekends found Gil leaving m uniform with his backpack on his 
back and his boots slung over his shoulder, headed for the mountains of western Maryland If he 
couldn't make it to the mountains 'Moe' and ' "Joe"" hit the Sail Inn. cheap beer, a country 
sound, and a little Jack allowed Gil to show off his dancing skills with himself or the cutest forty- 
year old he could find Despite his good ole boy " attitude, "the man who could do no wrong" 
was awarded 3 stripes over plebe summer and 4 stnpes First class year. Everyone is sure Gil is 
going corps, except Gil. but whatever he does, he'll do it with style, pride, and a taste of dwe 
Good luck buddy and God bless 

Dennis C, McCall 



Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


We were all lucky that July day when Denms wandered into Annapolis from the corn fields of 
Iowa Everyone who knows him has gamed from his helpfulness, good nature, and Mama 
McCalls cookies Dennis quickly put the energy previously used to educate long haired hippie 
weirdo freaks into being a star football player and Mechanical Engineer Denms' dedication m 
both athletics and academics was an inspiration for us all Only a few days after his knee 
operation he was fighting winter snows and his injury to become a member ot the Wednesday 
afternoon rem squad A spongineer in the truest sense, nothing could come between Denms and 
his books, except Star Trek, fulagnum P I , and his rack When not playing football or hunting 
gouge, he could be found at Rudy's (where life makes sense) delving into mankinds deepest 
problems Though normally quiet, Dennis was very vocal when the need arose, as shown by his 
handling ot the cheering section at Hammerjack's, and the John Hopkins football players at 
Goucher Dennis was always looking out for others Once during Youngster year he tried to run 
down the gate watch so that the second class he was driving back from Hood wouldn t get m 
Good luck always! 


spinnaker always be full Good I 

18th Gompany 623 

Michael D. Resnick 
Political Science 
Marine Corps 

See you at the Casbah . 

Patrick S, Roach 


New York 

Naval Architecture 

Nuclear Submarines 


The Clip came down from Riverhead N Y one line summer morning in 79 and found himsell in 
our nice environment where mtds are mids and they're a great bunch of guys He got right into 
the spirit by posing for the centerfold of the parents weekend program Pat established himself 
as a prankster one Sunday night by putftng an ice block in Geoff's pillowcase; sorry about the 
wel term paper Pal 

Youngster year Pat showed that he could be helpful at times It sure was nice of him to take 
Stan's uniform to the press shop-to bad it was his fresh pressed one all ready for formals And 
how about giving information to that big bruiser at Joes organic bar-MGK really appreciated it 

But buckshot's Second class year was monumental He broke into the ranks of the slob squad 
There was the time he was left at Goucher and nearly had to walk back bowlegged Patch was 
the only one who didn't think il was funny when he forgot to shave for formals The Clip was at 
his finest when pi7/a face gave him a 1 G for his room, lowest in the history of the company 

But what IS a slob squad member if he can't gel a rem star for Wednesday afternoons Pat 
even went back as a lirstie to coach a new batch ol segundos And in between all those steerage 
runs he even had the chance to earn the name Ralph P Roach Mark did ask "What good is a 
clean van anyway?" Nuke power is waiting, will it ever be the same? 

Mark J Olson 




Nuclear Power 


On a bet of a case ol beer that he couldn't last until Christmas at Canoe U . Mark transferred 
here from trie Owatonna school of reform on July. 1979 When he found out that the law here 
could get him into trouble, he decided to tiecome a real mid and take 18th company seriously 
With Jezabell. his base guitar, as the key to five weekends, he made it through ptebe year 
successfully, managing to kill Bill the goat only once 

Youngster year brought on new challenges, new girtlnends. and a '79 Chevy Van. but he didn't 
let any ol these get m the way of academics (much to the pleasure and surprise of the folks back 
home) His hard work earned him a prized set ol gold stars, an accomplishrrient he never tost for 

the < 

i off Second class year * 

other girlfriend Who was the fool that parked 
* the lawn of D C high school as a getaway 
path' At the end of Second class year. Mark achieved a remarkable accomplishment Irom 
derelict to to trident scholar in three short years This reward, along with another new girlfriend 
kept him busy throughout First class year Never one for ha/e gray and underway" Mark 
headed south to Chile lor lirst class cruise There he enjoyed sampling the lood. dnnk. and local 
wildlile very much (too much) Upon graduation. Mark plans to get a job as a gloworm with the 
submarine jocks This will give time to pursue his hobbies, and acquire more trophies like the 
ones that hung from his closet door for so long. To a fine scholar and a great Inend. we wish you 
all the luck in the world, wherever your dolphins may take you! 
W J G & E E R, 

Eric Reintjes 




Nuclear Submarines 


Eric tiew to the east coast from the metropolis ol Shelton (or was it Sherman?) Washington. 
where men are lumberjacks and women are in Seattle Voted the ugliest shave-headed plebe 
during the summer. Eric proceeded into academic year set on following m his fathers lootsteps 
of Chemistry When it was learned (hat you would have to study (God forbid) as an SCH major. 
Eric re-routed his interests to the complex world of History (the majority ol which he already 
knew) Plebe year found Eric busy with the pistol team. Glee club, and trying to avoid homework 
in order to build models Near the end he finally got the ultimate model to work on m the lor m ol 
a giant, blue and chrome '56 Sherman tank Enc could be seen cruismg the town, playing 
■Reintch Music" and getting stares Irom everyone, or cursing and groaning over a never ending 

listof repa 


beast Economic to the end. Er 


overed that all i 

look was about $500 

in repairs and a cou 

le of clitt dive 

to drive Irom Md 

to the 

west coast As Erie eventually got his 

car in work 

(') he began 

re-focusing his at 


on models and 

lines with 

he Glee 

lub in order 1 

add another state to f 

IS -bag- II En 

was old and rich, he 

would be e 


but since he 

s young and not- 


he s |ust a nu 

With his nuke bonus 

and pay fo 


repairs and n 

rtodels, Eric shoul 

find a 

good home in t 

he Navy Hisgive-you- 

624 18th Company 

Matthew T. Tammen 




Navy Air 


Matls trip from Catitornia i 

I old " 

nefly i 

1-day was only , 
3 player. Matt sp 
can at the busy v 

nselt Youngster year romance 

ism The USNA physics community stood quietly in awe as the wizard of Monterey began t 
weave his spells ot ' F&M", heat sound and light, and tensors A path was beaten from his doc 
to all corners of the brigade by seekers of the gouge The motivation mid continued to exci 
throughout all the gungy phases of bustramid, but Matt really mellowed and matured > 
Second class year a year with the "Bean" has sobered the best of us First class year I 
and grinds of life not withstanding Matt will always lea* 
[ary excursions on land which included tailgaters and i 
slways It there was ever an ideal mid. Matt Tammen r 

still treading water. I 
Fair winds and clear 

Reginald Waye 
New York 
Physical Science 
Surface Line 

"Well, the beat goes ( 

Geraldine W. Santos 


Systems Engineering 

Civil Engineering Corps 


Geraldine Wendie Santos, Gerrie or Ger to her tnends. sleeping beauty to her professors 
Gerne is of Puerto Rican descent. Spanish is her second language, naturally she found her way 
into a Spanish class I thought they didn t teach basketweaving at Navy Transplanted from 
Florida, she had a hard time weathering the cold Maryland winters, her sharp mmd quickly 
solved this problem, she simply found herself a fiance in twelfth company. Tom Pax Easy fof 
her. she didn't have to explain to Admiral Rickover why grades go down when one spends more 
time studying in Nimit2 library' Gerne wasn't busy enough as a Systems Engineering major She 
filled her free t-me m the D i B for a while, until she decided that having to listen to people who 
were such negates that they could only get stripes in D & B was not her thing Gerne was also a 
member of the Spanish club, concert committee, and the Society of Women Engineers, of which 
she became president , and subsquad, which she decided to quit She was m other clubs, but 

Gerne hopes to be m the Civil Engineering Corps when she graduates Who ever said there 
was no such thing as a free lunch' But there will be tough times ahead for Gerne She and Tom 
plan on getting married a couple of days after graduation In July she starts school in Caltforma 
while Tom will be in New York They will be separated almost a year No one said the Navy was 

an easy way of life Good luck, Gerne 

Michael J. Shippee 



Engineering Management 

Navy Air 


Michael John Shippee came to the Academy f 
corn in his drawers Plebe year Mike stirred the v 
plebe crew and being comstigator of F T P ( 
because we found him leaving for spring break 
comfort on th 

) play a 

1 hoosier-land with Navy Air in his eyes and 

;r both in and out of the company by rowing 
rations Apparently this didn't effect him 
ivies Youngster year. Mike s yankee room 
cold friday nights Occasionally, we found 

f development People felt M 
ng around both professionally 

hats on his walls and get be€ 
class year Mike showed up 
Capt Connolly's company 
carry over to the William an. 

was naturally lucky, but thos 
;ht in his back pocket Secon 
academically He seemed t 
Indiana and holding down a steady job This di 
done as he found plenty of time to arrange th 
ilgaters Possibly the largest noticable change came fir; 
gung-ho spirit [Marine Air'] probably as a result of bem 
just too bad this spmt did nc 
Mary football game Continuing to be active in the company, Mik 
as commander of the second platoon To a great roommate an 

18th Company 625 

Stephen F. Wickerson 


No one here gets out alive " 

Richard F, Woodford 




Navy Air 


A true bull-ma|or, an English r 
his work seriously Woody will be 

than anyone took 
of things: His two 
escapades m 
nhancement and a 

fondly by many f 
orne training, once as leg, once as sargent-atrb< 
he Army project, plebe development, spirit, pn 

id woog The only literate among the abuse brothers, Rich gave to their praticai 
'nanigans a sense o( sophistication and subtlety Rich used to say that the 
nowing a certain piece ot information, but rather knowing 
■liable intellectual powderkeg when it came to knowing the 
,uch as. "Old Moms plants die (or the same reason' ' He 
i on such puzzlers as. what really happened the night Rey 
urvived such diverse characters as Gilty, Pee, and Tams, and 
! Bag (with whom he cavorted m the infamous bullpen), one wonders whether or not (he rest 
lis life must necessarily savour of anticlimax I think not Woody is an incorrigible romantic 
i while he lives, the collective actions of the world to the contrary, chivalry and free-thmkmg 
Tianitartanism will not die. Here's to Rich, who was never wooged as he himself wooged. may 
forever remain strac and fith as those of us who are his friends shall always r 

/ing lived w 

<► f^ 


626 18th Company 


18th Company 627 

Brian K. Belcher 

Texas City 


Marine Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


A Plebe's Plebe and a Nuke's Nuke Need I say more' To put it simply, if Belch hadn't spent 
the lour pnmest years of his life here at the Academy, he would have been a chiropractor The 
real Mid updated MHP, form 96 in cover as firstie, Wuba lovers, cleans navel regularly v^ith Q* 

tip, drinks m 
Marine Engin 

; Army Officers' Gu 
that the only thing 

Belch's degree < 

tnspde of his eyelic 
ito Belcher h 

4 0, but his great philosophy on lif 
jon't study " That saying will definitely be carved into 
which should be built here at the Academy in around 2024 

We were pleased to teach Belch how to party Plebe year The turning point in 
career was when he tell in love He dropped the load In sports. Belch was ; 
swimmer, having lettered four years in high school and validating everything while at the 
academy In fieldball. he was a, well he , well, in soccer, he was pretty, uh. kind of . , okay, but 
in Softball he was good at, uh well , boy was he a ( 

Scott W. Bell 
Marine Engineering 
Nuclear Submarines 

Plabloom!!"! Varsity letter 

It was black! Let s forget ab 

grades would skyrocket and ; 

be real'!"! Let s fori 

The n 

ane month! Not bad. for an Ohioaniteoid, only problem was that 
[ Plebe year. K Scott' I mean who would have known your 
I would end up with a WUBA' , temporarily To err is human but 
about the 'WUBA', O K Scott' 

, foot P 

The I 

precision, expensive, high class French machine ever built!' Let's forget about the Peugeot. O K 
Scott? Oh well, bimwah isn t that bad Fieldball Need I say more' By the way. if you need a 
spare leg. say to run the ocourse or do situps or something, maybe you can find one down 
there at the bottom of the pool Let's forget about P £ . O K Scott ' How bout them brewers' ' 
The AL Alt Stars, best record in the major league Let's forget about the world series, K 

Majoring in Marine Engineering and aspiring toward a career tn Nuclear Power, Scott realty 
proved to be an example for the rest of us by constantly improving his grades and professional 
)Sm His Battalion striper position was well earned and well executed Between road trips to 
Goucher and Hood on the weekends and academics during the week, Scott couldnt' afford to 
use his three striper libs But Bose. the god of sound, kept him happy in his humble 40 abode 
Now. here arc some things not to forget about. O K Scott' "Trash ". the rocket. 4 0. Ashley. 
Ellen, transparent H20, Pam, The Jersey Boys, but! courses, Hollywood, one L, Army parly '81 . 
Army '80 (hee. hee, hee). Pearl Harbor, Ralph. Ho Cht Minh. and Goat court Live by chance. 

Robert W. Alcala 
Los Angeles 
Physical Science 
Naval Flight Officer 

Who IS this man' Robert M Alcala— No. that is not his middle tmtiai 
?d At any rate, Robert W Alcala, alias Ai-Bob, was . 
weet home, west L A . with its temperate weather He t< 

iBob ii 

] Maryland weather to 

speaking of wai 

. were Bob s favorite Plebe year and Youngster year He is now a 
ible room wars Remember the night he took on the Barracks' 
ego, Darth Vader. was the embodiment of Bob s black clouds 
demic dark ages had settled m. out would come the unfinished F- 

• over his unparalleled works of art-his room looked like the hangar deck o* an 
Always wanting to expand his horizons. Al-Bob studied the works of Toikten and 
ehgious zeal Deep philosophical discussions were not too much either for this 


little l( 

John V Amy, 




Electrical Engi 




Oneshouldn t ma 

ke the mistake of wondering whether John was ready for the Academy. iMjt 

rather, whether the 

Academy was ready for Johann'" One of the ha 

dest work 

men ever to come 

out of Phoenix, Maryland (No, 1 haven t heard of it either) 

John gave 

everything a one-hu 

ndred percent effort It didn t matter that some of hi 


were shall 

we say, questionab 

e in the eyes of our infallible administration, it only 


could accomplish the tasks that most would never have dared release 

from thei 


Playing cards m the shower, dueling with foils m the hall or drinking cc 

ffee with h 

s nose 

these were the tale 

Its tha. John honed to a fine cutting edge Equally re 


some of his 

academic genius to 

a poor soul hopelessly lost in a maze of circuit diagr 

ms as he was to lunge 

at them for a few quick falls on his rack (male or female a threat to h 

s insanity was a threat 

nonetheless ) John 

sent many a Mid away wondering what happened' 

Intact at 

his writing. 

he had sent two roc 

a third A V 

arsity sailor 

for 3 years, John k 

ew when to retreat from his mortal enemies at Prov 

Dev So in his senior. 

when they came w 

th their sailing team P (J S books John was ready a 

nd not wai 

ng Proles- 

sionahsm was neve 

John's middle name but what could you expect from 

someone who sent his 

cover out in his whi 

e net laundry bag We wish him well but we hope he'll 

have pity on those who 

lust don't understa 

nd. remember, you can't |udge a Mid by his cover 


1 by ( 

628 19th Company 

David S Bogdan 
New Jersey 

Mechanical Engineering 
Nuclear Power 

"Bogs" hails Irom the wide-open spaces ol New Jersey 
Sliding through plebe year without a fry, "Bogs" also es 

student (although it is rumored he never cracks a book) 
As an upperclassman. "Bogs took his lumps as a Brigade t 

physical stud A pilot ol the airwaves, "Bogs" and his roomate 

on WRNV during Third Class yea 

I last c 

last V 

t food, Dave's 

trips over spring break 

Class year Good luck. Bogs! 









Christopher L, Butler 
Tinton Falls 
New Jersey 
Systems Engineering 
Nuclear Power 

Born in New York City, presently living in Tinton Falls N J , Chris arrived at Annapolis with 
many friends made after a year at Naps During Plebe summer, his infectuous sense of humor 
won his companies respect and help keep the class of 83 in 19th Company very tight indeed He 
started the academic year oM right by rooming m the Sarracks-where he was always ready to 
raise hell when it was time to party or when called upon for one of the mighlly rumbles 

er with the 1501b football I 
ays be remembered for his 305 yard game w 4 T 
le charge during Nap s detail gave him tl 
; Chris worked hard he remembered hoi 
ark' Nobody will forget his long mailing li 


Plebe year 

i were filled v 

I WestPac 

Thomas N Cheamitru 


Rhode Island 


Surface Line 


Tom started his naval career as an NROTC student at . 
After leaving his mark there, Tom came to USNA, mostly because he heard there was good 
fishing m the area Chim displayed a mild insanity during plebe summer when he wore a white 
athletic sock as an improvised uniform It didn t take long for him to realize that you haven t 
done anything wrong unless you got caught After a few Saturday nights on the town Tom 
started hiding on the backstreets with Laurie (and hasn t stopped since'} Chim will never forget 
Raz's lessons on How to Kill a Gook because he always played the part ol the victim Along 
with Youngster year came a black N Tom will also miss his conversations with Major Mayer 
(Tom, I'm concerned Bite the bullet on this one I only have so many silver bullets 
behind the power curve ) Second Class year brought the Dynamic Duo together again as 
roommates. The Wild Romanian and Psycho The late nights became later and crazier Then 
came spring break in Florida with Goobs, Doc Chief Gals, Larry Mr and Mrs Kim and Jose 
Cuervo (the moon IS made ol cheese' How many things did you have' ) Chim always 
hang around the halls, catching bullets, etc (Weenie, the halls are getting shorter') Take 

Best ( 


Lawrence W Comerford 



Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


Annapolis of aviation Alter settling m he and his Pie 
VICIOUS bat, both contracted a sleeping sickness ai 
Unfortunately Larry chose the Mechanical Engmeen 
class When he was not in a horizontal state of unconi 
The Gouge Often becoming tired of his surrounc 

concerning his service selection He must have been 
he IS going back for more Imagine a nuke from Pen 

charger of the deep on patrol Good luck, Larry 

19th Company 629 

Thomas S. Corcoran 
New Jersey 
Naval Architecture 
Nuclear Surface 

, here at USNA I 

I Gods country. Newark. NJ Along with him. Corky 
tsco music, his "troback" habits, and his never ending list of one-bners Tom found 
■ year, and with his new image came his $100 per month bar-hoppmg hab<t (on a 
Despite his weekend ntuais Tom only had to be earned m once, over the 
shoulders 01 a future 6-striper On Youngster cruise Corky got to see the real" Navy on one of 
our finer ships, the Piedmont (need I say more') Youngster year Tom returned ready to attack 

(w/Rocket Reed). Corky found ways to unwind with Doc and was soon tabbed the Bourbon 
King He could always cheer you up either with one of his crummy jokes or with his personal 
supply of Russian potato juice Second Class year Tom returned m full form expanding hts bar 
which soon became a popular meeting place m second wmg The highlight of Tom s year was 
that infamous road-tnp to the Liberty Bowl with Chuck Chief, and Meli (Memph.s will never be 
the same) Tom survived Second Class academics and went international making himself a 
legend with the women of Europe and the Med if you ever want to hear a good story ask Cork 
how he lost his dockstders in Patma (you re the best I've ever had) Durmg First Class year. 
after a brief stay m a Jersey jail, Tom could be found either driving hrs Ghia north or at Franny 
O s with Sammy "hold the fruit salad Medile More seriously though. Tom has been a great 
roommate and an even better fnend The nukes got themselves a great one when they nabbed 
you. Corky None of us here in 19 will ever forget you and your mammoth-sued heart. Corky, 

Who loves you. baby you re beautifulM^' 


David C. Cullison 


South Carolina 


Nuclear Power Subs 


David Cullison, Dave. Culty, Baby Husy. whatever .... hails from many diverse places: 
England, Japan, Colorado, Fairfax, and his "home" Pickens. S.C. He is third generation Navy 
and I dare say there will be a fourth even though Dave says he hates kids 

As the company's lone expert on physics, Dave finds his major alternately rewarding and 

paged physics descertations The subject matter m which he is so conversant is so far above us 
that he sounds like a PhD when asked what he is studying 

Dave has many other interests here at USNA including several Christian ECAs. rugby (a nasty 
habit he picked up in England), country music, and cute girls The last of these is mainly directed 
at his "wife" Shelley, whom he still says better watch out, ■It's not over until I say I do" " 

Dave became one of the elite sixteen (not counting Sam) when he selected nuclear power He 
was to gumgy as to select the first class at nuke school so he could apply all that physics he has 



Dennis Deberry 
San Diego 
Applied Science 
Marine Corps 

When "Sweet D " left hrs sunny San Diego and ei 
surprised to discover that a a large bron2e statue in h 

Dodging pennies and swim test over 8 semesters, Ds positive attitude and perseverence 
always helped to carry himself and his classmates through the rough times 

Disco 'D' reigned as the Master O" at Dahlgren on Saturday nights Alter lour Irustrating 
years ol "Ain't no mo." Sweet "Ds" romantic pursuits ol the "Wardroom Mama's" have 
twcome legendary 

When not taking swim test lor God, country. Navy, and Scar-Belly, "D" entered the ring and 
smashed noses lor the Fourth Batt Boxing team 

Alter a Hawiian First-Class Cruise and a memorable experience with Julie, "D" became a 
conlirmed Jar-Head 

Always a dependable friend. "D's " good-natured wit, courage, and sincerely will always carry 
him in good stead wherever he goes 

Fredric D. Forney, Jr 



Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


On July 6. 1979. Fred packed up his belongings, said larewell to his lamily and his beautilul 
girllriend. and began the long journey from Glenndale to Annapolis, twenty miles in all He 
became a member ol the notorious group known as the Kilo Company Communists Under the 
able leadership ol Cdr J C Glutting, this group brought new meaning to the word competition 
and tilled their pockets to the brim with quarters in the process Fred spent his lour studious 
years at USNA rooming with such outstanding 19 Co personalities as Dave. Larry. Eric. Mike, 
and Dennis The lirst year was tough but Fred found enjoyment late at night in such Plebian 
activities as dropping Pepsi cans out ol windows in Goat Court and tieing up overbearing 
upperclass As a Mechanical Engineering student. Fred learned lirst hand what the word sweat 
meant As other Mids left on their weekends. Fred could be seen leaving with his Awol bag 
packed with clothes and his B-4 bag stulled lull ol textbooks to study His idea of a fun date was 
taking his girllnend, Cindy, to the computer terminals to show her some computer graphics and 
then to King Hall lor a hot meal Fred swears that he had the toughest prols at USNA (maybe 
that's why he got a lew B's) Nevertheless, his diligence paid oil Out ol his struggles came the 
"unique character" which it takes to choose nuclear power over flying In all seriousness, there 
are lew people like Fred He is always willing to lend a helpinj 
obstacles lo stand in his way. His compassion lor other peo| 
Fr*d. our prayers are always with you 

630 19th Company 

Brian T. Gahn 



Mechanical Engineering 

Navy Air 


Brian reported to USNA as our resident cajun having already spent two years at school back in 
Louisiana. This proved to be his key to success since he was never bothered wrth trivialities like 
studying Instead, he was always available to help out a classmate with any problem, and few 
ever left his room without receiving his genuine support during E I During Plebe year and 
Youngster year, no one could really figure Brian out since he played as many sports as he 
possibly could and was usually caught sleeping during his tree periods Brians speed on the O- 
Course is a testament to his abilities, but when he discovered sailing, he said good-bye to most 
of his weekends In this, too. Brian excelled markedly becoming a cockpit captain quicker than 
most people learn to trim sheets During Second Class year, the girls discovered Brian, and he 
was literally besieged by them with letters and calls Without much effort, he managed well in 
the face of this and he will probably always be seen with a different young lady in his passenger's 
seat going down route 50 Brian must learn that drinking excessively during Plebe year does not 
help ones chances tor stripes, but it does help one's chances for form-2s' Despite the fact that 
he could have been commissioned two years before the rest of us, none of the Boys from 
Nineteen would have wanted Brian any other way than the loyal classmate he was 

Christopher P. Gallagher 


New York 

Mechanical Engineering 



Chris came to USNA from the boonies of upstate New ' 
ask where he's stationed ) Yet, we were all able to lear 
would not know that it is actually Paul Revere buried m th 
al example, and showed us how to get through a semes 
having to visit the press shop or barber shop Gal was 
anything normal like mice or goldfish, but hermit crabs 

ork, (The rednecks in Grahamsville still 
1 from Chris It it were not tor Gal, we 
e chapel Chris was a prime protession- 
er's worth ot inspections without ever 
also the Company zoo keeper — not 
chameleons and venus flytraps Chris 
car This IS not to say that he was 

Andrew M. Hofley II 
Physical Science 
Marine Corps 

Psycho: the wild kid from the motor city A true legend in his own time. He 
Academy an individual and left the same way An outstanding athlete and ; 
Takes no back-talk as a 2nd Lt at the pistol range can attest Dangerous with a lacrosse stick on 
goat court Drift-busting with Chief in T-Court Resident ot room 241 1 80 SS Co-founder of the 
Ribaldos A wildman in the halls Chris Mulry, a true legend The Captain's chair The Ledge 
Rack wrestling Eye gouges Birdland Christmas in Newark, Delaware The Torch Food fights 
Match fights Long hair at 3/C Army- "Andy, good God! when " Short hair 2/C Halloween 

Numerous late night assaults in the Yard With Goobs in SDB's on Tecumseh Member of the be 
nice to little people organization Discovered the roof with TNG m RTA Cigars The launcher 
Studying with geekers at the Brary One-on-one commando training with Mac One-on-one 
urban terrorist training with Goobs in the library Forbes Out of control 2/C Army 1 , C cruise 
grease interesting for Drew and Meli "you know Tom, the sad thing is 90% ' USMC please 
With a special thanks to mom and dad; Father Condon; Christopher John Mulry: Major Mayer 
USMC: roommate. Goobs. Meli, Butane Wayne Harman. Mike Kessler 

Thomas J. Kalfas 

New York City 

New York 

Aerospace Engineering 

Navy Air 


Tom. being from a typical Greek family, left home because he didn't like the way he was being 
reared(!) Tom came to USNA with one goal in mind: to become the greatest Navy fighter pilot of 
all time. Tom believes he was born to fly His second choice for service selection was death 

As an Aero major, Tom always complained about all the work he had to do- never did any. just 
complained about it Tom spent all his spare time m the rack He was one of those nocturnal 
Mids who would sleep all day and cram all night Tom didn't do this by choice, however He once 
put otf an assignment and had to stay up late to finish it He was tired the next day. so he racked 
That night he had to stay up late again to do his homework, so the following day he had to rack 
again Tom found himself caught m a viscious circle that continued for four years 

Between rack sessions, Tom played hockey at 0630. sat on the Company soccer bench, 
rescued his toy airplane from the 33 degree Severn, drooled over Lon Rampp. listened to the 
Beatles, saved a hermit crab from a crazed agressor, tormented chameleons, was constantly 

especially AY Good luck at Pensacola, Tom Tear up the skies! 

19th Company 631 

Timothy Mahony 


New Jersey 


Navy Air 


Tim came to the Naval Academy to try somettimg ditterent aft 
pledging TKE'. and wrestling at a normal ' college No one seems 
tie IS lacing graduation from USNA m 83 After a stiakey sta 

year of playing t 

ctive in ttie Naval Academy Judo Club He actiieved tiis brown bel 
Maryland State Judo Ctiampionstiips wtiile a Second-Class, and t- 
sident as a FirstClass 
ng someone around on a mat. Tim can be found in one of tiis o 

Being fourtti in a family of seve 
iroblem child 

Tim IS also a Lay Eucharistic Mii 
.y keeping his moral as well as his 
tedication, Tim shall be a great 

e Catholic Church and contir 
Id academic standards high 
among the nation's finest 

Stephen G, Marr 
Nuclear Power 
The Big Kid 

The Big Kid came to us from th« beautiful state of Massachusetts on that memorable day in 
because he's the biggest and the youngest of the boys ol 19 He 
' Barracks Plebe year, and held the uncontested heavyweight 
wrestling crown there even with such stiff competition As the only true member of the D&E Inn 
you could always find the Big Kid and a half a dozen certified looneys there partaking m a tew 
cold ones on the weekends As an upperclass Sieve set his priorities nght away He had to get 
his 38% (not even close to 40, though) every day There were very few mornings when you 
could walk into the room and not find the sports and comics strewn about the door Dr 
Horizontals altimeter stuck at six feet, and the size elevens hanging a fool and a half off the end 
of his roost If he wasn i comatose you could find him on the soccer field helping 19 lake home 
the Brigades watching TV but rarely at his desk The Big Kid also had his little smorgasborg of 
women (and I use that term loosely ) Ifhe wasn t al home robbing the cradle you could find 
stiky campaigning at Goucher Rumor has it that Ihe silk even got lucky tn turope (o bad she 
couldn't speak English You d think that as often as he had been to Baltimore he could find his 
way back but ihe Big Kid and some of the Boys spent eight days figuring out how to get to 
Philadelphia On the weekends he and George (a rolling depository of empties) were always up 
tor a road Inp I don t think we re ever going to forget the Boston College bloody mary bash or 
Ihe Margate masterpiece Yes. Ihe Big Kid is a true friend and will leave some fond memories m 
all ol us when he departs for the silent deep Oh gwad. will he 

Michael P Kendus. Jr 



Systems Engineering 

Navy Air 

Mike came out of a small ari 


deuce during Plebe year I 
> the can Perhaps wedding 

, hell The Old Man s 

? had his hands f 

two Third Class, huh 

Second Class year was a culture shock and although 
some reason. Mike chose Systems Engineering The 
counting, and the work load was very heavy His grades couidn t drop or 
Hardly any weekend was a good weekend Welcome to USNA 

First Class year is even worse, but Mike s priorities are properly set It ; 
in between The 2 30 late nights and signs of aging are showing - the trips aren t varied, 
to the same place Poor boy. hang m there You I 

\ tor one reason - P-Coia The 
Tiake the most of it 
mmate that spells frog UDT and ts almost five 
and through the year a closer brother' 
I good Bricking a dassmate ts one thing but 

?r On top of that, throw a 75 42 goodbye Army 

with the Old Man but it was pure 
stadium and Mom didn l count 
i an overnighter Pretty rough lor 

formal introduction to USNA For 
d son%eor>e was 
Cola would drop 


Karl W Kornchuk 
Rio Linda 


US Air Force 


After a brief summer camp wi 

h the Marines. Karl roamed the streets 

ol Rio Linda California. 

and attended the local college 

n his spare time Hea 

ded nowhere, he 

was crushed when his 

mother threw him out of the 

ouse and told him t 

go find a servi 

e academy He chose 

Colorado Springs, but took the 

wrong turn ,n Nevac 

a and somehow 

wound up in good old 

he Idea ot being a Plebe since he was co 

nstantly seen riding Ihe 

vator in civilian clothes to all 

he concerts He didn 

t even realize he was m the Navy until 

Youngster cruise, when he was 

under the water tor 3 

months No one 

n 19 could understand 

why Ihe future airdale maiored 

n oceanography unti 

they found out 

hat he could study it in 

the horizontal position with his 

Sal He did vent 

ure out ol the rack long 

enough to coach the 4th Batt cr 

oss country team to a 

successful seasor 

Karl s professionalism 

was admired by all. he was neve 

r caught out on town 

berly without an 

extra pair of Wuba His 

humanitarian ettorls were wilho 

ut par, as he tried to b 

ingapoor deadn 


220 V AC and a spiHy 

The halls of Bancroft will neve 

be the same without 

his future warrio 

of the skies Good luck 

Berkley Heigl 

632 19th Company 

3rt,Ht chose 

Brian E McGee 



Electrical Engineering 

Naval Flight Officer 


The Goober came to us fror 
slept hts way to a 3 


cept 1 

iim to till 57 catalogs Plebe year, he was a resident 
ol the Barracks and he came out o( his shell and into the bars His lavonte being 4 £s Tavern 
Youngster year started the 19th company road trippers ot which he was an avid participant Me 
made it his goal to always tmish the keg This led to such physical endeavors such as running a 

in the pouring ram and dying, pitcher in hand m St Pete Second class year the Goober tried to 
find himsell and shaved his head This hurl his already dying chances with the women Road 
trips escalated and peaked out when the Palm Pla?a Six hit the beaches ol Ft Lauderdale All 

drunk and disorderly (a bum rap') Ot course, he got out of it without getting punished The 
Goobs personal records and contributions never been fried, brought country music and 
dominoes to 19. never had a girllnend while at USNA, six unusual dreams white on sub cruise 
(now he's going NFO). never tried or yelled at anyone, could sleep anywhere, anytime through 
anything, and was just about the Inendliest guy here If you re ever passing through Pensacola 
and see a dumpy trailer with a simple guy settm' out front on his cooler, old yeller , beer m hand. 
a mouth full of chaw, pettin' a hound dawg and cteanin his shotgun, stop and say hello to the 
happiest guy in the world the Goobs 


Michael R. Melillo 
Berkley Heights 
New Jersey 
Operations Analysis 
Marine Corps 

Mike came to us from a lovmg family and the great state of New Jersey after a last fling at the 
Shore. Mike was ready to tackle Plebe summer (just ask Muls about it some time) As a Plebe, 
Mike had a great quest lor knowledge, a desire which extended to things such as exploding 
hydrogen balloons His first experience in the fleet ' came aboard the Barney Boat, port ol call 
St Croixs This cruise impressed Meli So. he came back a devoted Marine 

With Youngster Year, came a new experience, the road tnp" After getting over a two year 
f)tng(#3. the "L" club), his lamous excursions to Hood and Goucher made him a legend with all 
the girls With age. Pits also expanded his values Irom pure New Jersey boy to a Tequila 
pounding amigo with a ear for Jimmy Bullet (thanks Shoe"') 

Second Class year started early with an excursion to Texas with Goobs where he left his mark 
on Adairs (M R M ) But who could ever lorget Memphis and the Liberty Bowl with Cork, Chief, 
and Chuck (die hard Navy men, with the bar tab to prove it) Mike can now be seen with Cork at 
Fran O'Briens drinking a lamous Sammy gin and tonic 

Seriously Michael, God blessed this person and this company when He brought you to us The 
Corps IS getting the best USNA has to oHer and never forget that None o( us will ever forget this 
party animal from Jersey "Who loves" you, baby we do!" 



Gregory H. Miller 

General Engineering 
Surface Line 


Leaving his hometown of Berea. Ohio. Greg came to the Naval Academy and became an 
instant hit during his debute in the Plebe Summer talent show as Elvis In addition, his daring 
exploits in the boxing ring during Plebe and Youngster year earned him the colorful nickname 
"Killer" However, when the toll on his nose became to great. Greg hung up the gloves and tried 
his hand as a disc )Ockey where, along with his roommate he was responsible for the revival of 
the Golden Oldies show" 

A full time resident of Nimitz library. Greg managed to breeze by as a starman until Second 
Class year, when he made the fatal mistake of switching his major from management to General 

Greg had a close call near the end of Second Class year Seems he enjoyed himself so much 
as an exchange student up at West Point, that he decided to drop the Navy Blue and become a 
permanent member of the Long Gray Line As it turned out though, the administration just 
couldn't picture Greg yelling 'Beat Navy " and decided to can the whole idea 

Downtown Annapolis just isn't going to be the same without Gregs 56 "Caddie" hogging up 

Eric B. Moss 
South Carolina 

Nuclear Power 

Eric came from Charlestc 
officer Unlike the majority c 
he already knew the intrica 

. South Carolina to Annapolis eager to begin his ca 
his classmates. Plebe Summer was relatively easy !■ 
es of military life A musician before reposing her 
d joined the Drum and Bugle Corps The D&B took r 

Youngster year. Eric returned fi 
were done m stealth t 
Army he lead Ptebes 
began smurf ops and 
always sneaking out to the green beach in search ol "the 

During Second Class summer the love of the sea m; 
becoming a Marine He returned to USNA to devote h 
duties Many girls tried to drag Eric away from the hall, 
end of the year. Eric had a reputation as a professional 

f which wasMardiGr 

> studies and professional 
I have none of this By the 
I strong drink. The newest 

! Second Class year. Erie will drive Amen 

19th Company 633 

Walter A. Powell 



Electrical Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


Andy, also known as Wally or on the occasion 80-Knot Powell, entered the Naval Academy 
from Mt Solon, Va during his eighteenth year He quickly established himself as a Geek and a 
sweat in his attempt to become an Electrical Engineer, In the latter half of his stay here his 
weekends stopped being rest days, time not taken up with sailing, chapel choir, destroying his 
room, and such was used for studying and on the rare occasion, sleep Andy always had a thing 
for money, running the company change business and eventually selling his body to Admiral 
McKee and glowing for Navy 

William B, Ramsey 



Systems Engineering 

Navy Air 


Ram IS third generation Academy stock We knew Blake was destined to become an Admiral 
as his father, uncle, and both grandfathers achieved that lofty designation before him To 
ensure his induction to (lag rank however. Blake picked out the most eligible Admirals daughter 
So what if the Admiral was the Superintendent, and the daughter was only 1 7! (Hurry up Ram!) 

Hailing from Virginia Beach, Blake ma)ored in Systems Engineering His academic prowess 
was unmatched until he redefined his priorities senior year (right Chnssy?) filake starred in 
company sports, providing everybody he played with the type of role model books on sports- 
manship are written about The two brigade championship teams he played on (field ball, Plebe 
year, soccer, 2/C year) dearly appreciated the contributions that he made 

Afler his folks moved to nearby McLean, Virginia, the Ramsey residence became home away 
from home (or many of us (Lets go Blake, hurry up!) When he was rejected from Nuclear 
Power Ram decided 10 settle for second best - Navy Air But that's okay ■ somebody has to fly 
those missileswith wings (Let's go Blake') As company commander of the Cloud, Blake was 
oulslanding in neutralizing Sam And, taking full advantage of the accompanying 3-striper libs, 
he finally achieved his lifelong ambition of catching the Who in concert Good thing he bought 

Robert G. Papp 


New York 




From Long Island t( 
Youngster Spanish 

Second Class Annapolis round 

Michel T. Poirier 



Electrical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 

In the beginning there were 

the drunken PCR First Class 
I reggae Georgetown u part- 
ie USSR the door opens and the 

3-wa Randy's card on the drive p4eb« 

parent s weekend and Linda AC-year 

racks and night wars mega-awesome and 

drinking and chief's bottle caps Army 

renge rats skellar GMU Sandy skimg with th« 

URI with Cheamie 4 and the dark ages ee ,. 

Mike and Cheamie June week and a USC visitor 

sleeping in subways Frank and Tokyo magic 
jekends afternoon circuit analysis major mayer , 

Dalgren, tailgaiters Army, the flask and 6 (X) AM 

ada TKE thermo crew Mary Wash 

Ocean City Strubes and Hoops VA Beach and 

M the Weaves F F , and D m seminar. Notre Oame Halloween in 
Baltimore, rolls with Lance, Rox at Marymount, Huddleson Library, Buddy Radford and tows 
Porsche turbo crew and cremating Rutgers and Columbia, heatache at Harvard E E 
sucks Eastern sprints the VA Beach roll Ring Dance with Kelly New Zealand 1$ 
beautiful Pukaki skiing southern Alps Skyhawk bombing runs the good, the bad and 
the ugly, Australian models and New Zealand spies Chnstchurch the stags domesticat- 
ed Randy 1/Cyear rebuild giving Mako crap head of the Charles, tailgaiter and fnre 
squad cars rolls, when it rams it pours squad daddy Laurie Rhodes the nuke six , , 
weekends and great classmates crew Rutgers comeback Mary out of control - . . 


knapp Kapok and Goat c 
summer leave golf, drii 
Japanese beer and small restaurants 
shows Cheamie and late nights 

UVA game. Bill and familiar faces 
chugging contests Christmas m ( 

Sampson Actramid and Annapolis 
Michaels's Kelly and Magnolia Girl 
periscopes, a weekend in R I the V 





Ocean Enfii 






r you ve got the right s 

634 19th Company 


Robert M. Russell 



Electrical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


Bob came to good ole USNA (rom Miami, Florida with his mmd on sailing Although he spen 
many weekends away on trips and many aMernoons freezing on the Severn, they paid oft in ; 
varsity letter all four years When it came to sailing, Bob was always oH to a corner looking foi 
the Bob Hope puM, and he usually managed to come out in good shape We remember many ; 
road trip to regattas (were not sure if Bob does) that just wouldn't have been the same withou 
that partying spirit that hovered around him The infamous Russell partymobile was always on 
the scene of a celebration The party inside was usually so hot that smoke poured out of t^ 
cracks in the doors (put there by his hellacious sound system!) Bob was one to find a good 
time as possible, as his conduct record shows (was that a maroon van with Fla plates in the yard 
last weekend') 

An electrical engineer. Bob spent many late nights studying His hard work paid off, and Bob 

the Maryland winters he hated so much Bob was not only a fine engineer but was able to hold 
late-night highly theoretical conversations with his political-science roomate on those nights 
when the work should have been getting done His favorite activity other than sailing and 
partying was sleeping, hibernation in the winter! 

Although we'll miss him when he leaves, we know that when we get back together, well be 
making up tor lost time. We wish Bob the best of luck m the submarine force and long live the 
Nads parties!!! (#9 acorn!) 

David W. Saba 



Ocean Engineering 

Navy Air 


A nutsy. crazy guy if there ever was one, Doc was a true member of the Boys throughout his 
four year stay A member of the Barracks Plebe year, we all knew Doc was alright when his 
favorite hangouts became D&E's Bar and Grill, the Wharf and the Buzzard Along with our dear, 
departed Mul's, Doc terrorized every "respectable " honky-tonk inside and outside the 7 mile 
limit Doc also became probably the only Plebe ever to wear Docksiders with Mess Dress during 
June Week-(4th wing basement will never be cleaner) During Youngster summer. Doc attempt- 
ed to become a 'real' Mid and had a brief encounter with a girl with a four digit phone number, 
but luckily found his senses and left her high and dry m a Newport bar Doc continued his "sober 
ways during his Youngster year as his home m Reston, Virginia (became a haven for the rest of 
the Boys in 19) During Second Class year Doc began to collect more "girlfriends' than he could 
ever keep track of His affinity for large Florida women got the better of him Spring Break and 
quickly earned him a reputation of losing his standards during prolonged partying A great 
organizer. Doc spent a great deal of time First Class year organizing tremendous tailgaters with 
Meli. outrageous road trips to Madison and UVA, and a second annual trip to the Palm Plaza 
Motel in Ft. Lauderdale in search of bigger game With tremendous parents who always went out 
of their way to make sure no one ever felt homesick, Doc was a great asset to 19 and a perfect 
roommate for our four stay on the Severn. 

Paul W. Siegrist 



Political Science 

Nuclear Submarines 


Paul came out of high school m Fairfax, Virginia with thoughts of becoming an Oceanography 
major Somewhere along the line here at USNA. he was sidetracked and majored in Political 
Science Paul never took his studies lightly He could, however, occasionally be found at his 
desk, coffee cup near and book in hand, eyes closed is a very good imitation of sleep 

Paul participated in the Drum and Bugle Corps his Plebe year, but left to play company and 
battalion sports He was on the fieldball team each year and sailed for the battalion in the 

Paul enjoyed )oking around, such as the time he "wild-manned " Butane Wayne the night 
before the Army game Plebe year One of the favorite sayings in the room was. "Well, if they 
cant take a joke. 

Besides his books, Paul's only love during his four years here at USNA was Beth, who he will 
marry shortly after graduation. We will miss Paul after we all leave -Mother-B", and wish him 

Charles J. Sitarski 

Political Science 
Navy Air 

Chuck came from Philadelphia and is a typical wild, give em hett Eagle, Phillie. and Sixer fan 
We never had to worry much about Army parties. Between Chuck and Pops there was always 
plenty of Schmidt's and meatballs to go around Due to his "Class A - Kmght m Shmmg Armour" 
performance on his Third Class YP Cruise, Chuck spent most of Youngster year laying low and 
staying out of trouble at Dick and Elfies Second Class year, Chuck came back to USNA ready to 
have a good time On Friday nights Chuck, Shoe, and Chief entertained a few of their friends 
with darts, steaks, and Tequilla This came to an unfortunate end when Sam got wmd of the 
darts and created Cell Block 2436 That Christmas Chuck left his mark m the South as one the 
tour that made the infamous Memphis Liberty Bowl roadtrip and he is planning his upcoming 
Christmas leave around Navy's bowl possibilities Chuck has spent much of the last tour years 
on the water, rowing for Navy Crew His dedication, hard work, and sacrifice didnt go unnoticed 
and Chuck was named captain ot the lightweights his First Class year An Eastern Shore 
Waterman at heart. Chuck's favorite hangouts weren't Fran's or Riordan s. but the honky-tonks 
on the other side of the Bay Bridge, Droter's, with it's great country juke I 

Chuck's favorite and he so 
Burt's Chuck's post-graduation plans include pilot wings 
Goobs Chuck, we "ginned and beered it " for four years. 
diamond of a friend. 

rite of Cass . 

; good again and you r 

19th Company 635 

David E Weaver 
Grand Island 
Applied Science 
Nuclear Surface 
The Weaves 

Grand Island Nebraska to Crabtown. USA July 6. 1979— Happy Birthday 2na squad 19th 
Platoon Kilo Connpany Easteriing. Butane Wayne Paul and Tim. Ringside Flashlights and 
razors Colors-Communists Glutting and Mat Lumpy Larry, Fred Eric No socKs early pipe- 
down Al and Army Red T bird The City of Brotherly Love Er.c Troy and Baxtertate nites 
3 1980Tornado (Founding mem 

Romantics The Luce Ju 

150 s Muls vs Irwin The 

Boss July 4 1981 Beach Boys Hey Baby Soutl- 

Rick James Cutch Fred Squadleader Blue buick 

Captain H and no prayer breakfast Spring break N C no heat am t h 

you have ever seen' Lyston and Stick Keith Green Raleigh Weabs Pig 

Week P rade Pass out and eat grass Capt M vs Capl O Ring Dance 

Club) Jimbo Eric 

Brad and DC The 

FCA lS0s(20) Coach Man Army 

iry Kentucky RRFJ 76 mph in snow 

Francisco Sacrar 
cember 18 1982) 

The HB house 







Anthony J. Wilding 



Mechanical Engineering 

Surface Line 


Tony came to us from the apple orchards of Columbia. Maryland home of the fighting scorps 
He soon established his routine of hard academic work with plenty of Joe during the week and 
total release on the weekends mostly at Marinas and the Fleet Reserve Ctub Youngster year 
Chief began his M E career and more importantly his road tripping career with a Rocky trip 
to P S U and all too IrequenI doctor visits to U VA After spending most of 2nd class summer 
playing darts at The Wharf, Tony decided to become a 1 3 partner of the 2436 Bar & Grill The 
Friday night special included dart tournaments, steaks Jimmy BuHet and some Pasaic sun- 
shine (sorry no grenadine) Unfortunately Chiefs bartending days were short lived as the 
Bar & Grill was put out of business After paying his debt to society. Chief bounced back and was 
ready to |Oin the Memphis Four during Christmas leave After violating some state laws in 
Nashville. Biltmore. his partners and a case of hoody were on the road to Memphis again 
"Hook em. goats'"! Chief spent spring break enjoying Mr Rogers happy hour and palm pla/a 
plasterers in Ft Lauderdale along with some midnight hfesavmg on ihe beach After his first 
class cruise m San Diego, Tony returned to USNA ready to wage time war of accountability He 
spent first class year in search of eastern shore crab feasts making a few good road trips and 
hoping for a return bowl visit Tony goes on to Newport or Pensacola upon graduation You have 
been a good roommate and a great friend, A J And I hope that our paths will cross soon and 
often in the future Friendships like yours made the whole thing worth it 

James A. E Wood. Jr. 


New Jersey 


Naval Flight Officer 


"The Greatest " descended upon the Nineteenth Company f 
favorite state. New Jersey Jim has always exhibited a deep cc 
standards by his involvement in the Big Brothers program and the Fellowship 
Athletes "Number One " is most recognized throughout the Brigade as the P-rade s 
who sounds as if he is having such a good ol time at such a mundane event He enjoys thi 
exposure Jim has been a reporter on the Brigade news program "Channel Check", and is nov 
the founder and president of the TV club. "WMID ' 

Jim IS going to follow his first love-flying-and become a fighter no Maybe, once he gets t( 
Pensacola he will invest in a real tie. and buy his own towels for a change (an aviator does no 
wn way of doing things His solution to how to tune up his gold 71 
'or a gold '82 Scirrocco Jim is the only Mid known who survivet 
a twelve o'clock lights out policy-as if he didn't get enough sleep ii 
Fluid Physics, or with the rack monster during free periods-his second love Good thing aviator' 
are required to get enough sleep May lair winds and blue skies follow him always 

Jesse E. Wrice, Jr 

Scirrocco v 

Physical Science 

636 19th Company 


Lance L. Zahm 



Electrical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarine 


19th Company 637 

Carlos Deltov 

New York City 

New York 

Electrical Engineering 



Confused and disoriented I came to this pleasure palace with hopes of tun andEE What?? The 
summer was tough bur T C made it so much better I now know window sills weren't made for 
sitting and mustard doesn't go well with whiteworks Right, Mr Guest #1. the fun was soon over 
with a fresh shave for Fols and a new can of edge for Jeff The next 4 years were long but I 
survived with Army 79'. don't do it Dave. Rumbles In the hall. Scuba, a drive home with 

Rossi, a long herndon, the start of EE. Randy's greenmoble, a change at a gas station and I know 

locker, Fols in N Y , St Thomas and strawberry daquines, Mike and El Paso, a blind date to 
remember, a road trip to hood, do you party Randy", Protramid, Actramid, a growing relation- 
ship, those IEEE meetings, X-mas m Florida, the slow death of my QPR, a ring dance to 
remember, my new Honda $1001 club. Spam 82', the King, July 23. a weekend at Fols', go back 
to bed or we'll kill you. exit Bergman, enter Marti, Skids, rooming with Rick, the apple. I want 
quiet'. Hey Bird, Dec 23, the Beginning of a beautiful life with a beautiful lady, the final 

stretch. Ken and J P m N Y , the Chesapeake, EE at last, Thanks Rick for all your support God 
bless you all, 20th company Firsties. Los will be pulling tor you and wishing all ot you the best of 

David Diorio 




Nuclear Power Officer 


The Italian Stallion" hails from the small northern town of Pittstield. Mass. Dave feels right at 
home in the heart of the Berkshires, for this mettow. nature-lovmg. cold weather camping 
hobbyist trutey enjoys trekking into the snowy wilderness, armed only with a tent, a sleeping 
bag. a bottle of wine, two glasses, and his special friend to share the exciting, stimulating 
experience the wilderness lustfully produces Dave defines the term 'romantic" Despite this 
fault, Dave upholds some "REAL MID " traditions After switching from Mec E to Oceanography. 
Dave achieved stardom as a top man to his ma)or This two striper's attitude during Plebe detail 
was inspiration to all concerned, Assoc Prof Diorto helped many ot his buddies with his cram 
gouge session during AC eyar Unprofessionally, Dave will be remembered as the guy saying, 'I 
swear. I'm not going to Nuclear Power!" Dave is the only guy who can study fluids by drinking 
them The Nuclear-Air Candidate will recall in years to come; the homecoming at the cabin and 
his special friend. Armies in Philty (which hotel was he in?), teaching Murph which way the moon 
shined, telling Chris that captains wear civies loo. giving Joey some while hair to cover his 
baldspots. assuring Rich that Florida still existed, teasing Skids about western skiing, and 
traveling to hood college with bashfull Brooksey. Hungryman Hunter, and Barnyard Burt Dave 
will undoubtfully continue his romantic antics in Orlando, unless a special girl intercept's him He 
will make a great Nuke Good luck in subland Dave, we'll always remember your lust for 
weekends and your smiling, friendly face. 

Jeffrey L. Benson 




Nuclear Submarines 

Bens. Ensign. J.B.. Benso 

JeH s one of those local boys who never had a Ptebe year. It was during that first yeat that he 
discovered two things One was that Bmore is only a quick jaunt down the road The other was 
that sailing is the best way to coast through this institution of higher yearning The sailing 
attitude continued until 1/C year when he no longer needed nas to skate out of his duties 
Besides, why waste unlimited weekends The wife may have had something to do with that 
decision 1 /C year was also the year we Jetf s eyes glow with dollar signs Even though big bucks 
and plush duty were his real reasons tor going Puke Power, the admiral was more than happy to 
get hold of this sweat Being JeH s roomte did have some redeeming qualities — his parents Juty 
6. 1979 they thought they were kicking their ktd out of the house They ended up adoplmg a 
whole company Who knows how they were able to take it all these years What s a gater without 
the Bensons {I'm talking about Mr and Mrs , not you JB) Its been a great four years. Bens 
Don't worry, I'll get you to that alter June 4 After all, I wouldn't wani 

Christopher J. Bush 
Pocono Lake 
Physical Science 
Navy Air 
Pick Em 

Busher 2-3 or bust . . Plet>e heaven . . Boy that's a mean one . . Hi 

(TC) Don't make me kill you . . It's my hanky. I like it that way , . If y 
the problems It was not Vinnie's fault . Stiff . I have to take a fwayr 
ho JOS 1 miss your face Hey Bunny I hate Alan Parsons Excu' 
you tell me where Whaaat?! The dynasty and slow Pitch Cmdy 

Y/ET MOl) (Bun-nie) and Jackie The boys go on Hey skids, let s 
Midininski LTMS never die, they just learn skills Dan Fogelberg 
how's it goin' The annualtolstnp Seymore Stoanepatch 45' 
mr bush na nana nice choice CSW, L fat slob, and the sea nyn 
Love those mile runs Hey Ron, best rocket left on the pad, wouldn't 
ill tale a shakey A' What are those" PPPenn State ( #1 ) pants! I"n 
Tina, 1 can't keep waiting Personal services and the midstore, Ann, I v 
K, could I talk to you, today tomorrow Joey and Java Skids Hu 
Swunter Holsom Bee-Bobsh Smironoff Brooksie (We'll be ther 
Hanno . SSSandy The Nimitz Librarians Polo, and of court 
Toomeys and Mr Nobody It s been great busho, 106 Those sh( 
Herbert. I'll buy black socks 106 , Be there in Sept of 83' from the 

Peter C 


3u have any questions on 
e Football tailgaters at 
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and Peggy Michelle (YO 
go get pi22a Mislef 
TZUP" Not much. 


/ou say' Solid B', but 
ant the ring urn, Mary- 
Dba Loscar Daego . . 
MnPensacola) Ripptes 
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Surface Lidi 


638 20th Company 


' I r- 

Peter C. DiTullio 

Applied Science 
Marine Corps Aviation 

Welcome to the United States Gymnastics Academy Have a beer Waivor, have an 
thanks coach 2 way to go Have a cookie, now some water, sleep with it. baby pisto 
house on the left and a basket full ol emptys, that's too big DiTullio, Mr Staplers house, 
sorry Benson, I'll always out rank you wrong Dom Parent's weekend. Doug apt , brownie 
great Mike, Silver Spring, Bill's house, happy birthday Mike, no Army-Navy lor me. 1 70 le 
USGA, parties, civies spring break?. Bill's house, easterns. 6th pipe, N#l, party No Jun( 

2 17 , 

, Don's 

. racktramid, summer • 

captains house, no Army-Navy again, zoomies tower d 
school, easterns, record, N #2, 2 05. no June week for r 
Jeanne M was nice, I think I remember where home is, study more, marchovers? ' ? What are 
weekends, no Army-Navy lor me. Merry Christmas. 1 41 Thank you admiral I'll try harder, 
party, we made it Nancy, thanks coach and captain, study hour?, Fwane, OTW, record, eas- 
terns, 3rd, 5th, 5th, N», on the docks. Ocean City, Jane, 2 16 No June Week lor me, cruise, 
leave, summer school #3, III make it yet. 2 08 = 2stripes. I'm sat. weekends, road trip. I linally 
made it to Army-Navy. 4wk 2 63-co oflicers list, N". Nissen NCAA's. I should linally make it to a 
June week, oh tor the stories we can tell BMW 528e 

Keep a positive attitude, get sign in. OTW three times a week or more, only go to Army-Navy 
and June week you're 1/c year and yes, I actually wouldn't trade it for anything in the world 

Paul T. Fernan 



Electrical Engineering 

Surface Line 


Plebe year How about Foley's crew cut Rooming with Mustela Frenata for a year Does 
Noodles have any photos ot Dave. J P and the roller skating queen. Dit's jigsaw and the missing 
piece Beat Army cake and Skent Wonder Pup Randy and the one man formal. 

Youngster year: Rooming with Aquaman and Randy Where's my s 
no license The Chevy's paint |0b Jesse and the party at HoJo's Hearts during finals for 
Winston's The inner lear of Hood The rack thief and Randy's night m the wardroom 

Second class year: Did they ever find the ball I lost on hospital point 26 Oct ? The magpie 
moose call showers The cook out with a toaster oven Redecorating Warren's room with 
hots Friday night lax games the end of Seymour. The 280Z motel B and E in Belgium 

First class year: Rooming with Ken and his cheesey dogs Is the supermarket open? The r 
bonus and burned Trashing the grease. The agony ol tall parades Army duty v 
parking lot on West St gas ventriloquism at the stadium 

' Scuba with 

1 Per Diem. The 

Michael J. Foley 


New Hampshire 


Marine Corps 


The Michael The J. The Fols I came here planning to fly with hopes ol becoming an astronaut 
But as luck would have it, my eyes were bad before I came here and I found that out Second 
class year We did have some memorable times Beer cans, slimey gun barrels and baby pistols 
Plebe summer A birthday "shave", illegal music, m November, hookers on roller skates at Army 
Plebe year. {Razor blades m the morning) the start ot the yearly ski trip to the Foley hotel and 
ski lodge, fairwell to 'Chief " Matthaie Youngster year The Potters sponsor garage and hotel, 
the party rust bucket, first taste ot power as squad leader, J and his mouth wired shut and a 
bottle ol mouthwash a day Second class year Special thanks to my mom and dad. and to my 
sposors. LCDR and Mrs Dion and Mr and Mrs Potter, also to J O , Randy, Carlos and Tom lor 
smoothing out the bumps To everybody else, hey I did my best, if it is not good enough, too 
bad! As for the future. I'll be hanging in there as always Thanks lor helping me through Lord 

Randall L. Fuchs 



Systems Engineering 

Navat Flight Officer 


Looking back From Plebe summer and "The Halsey-Taylor Memorial Sir" to Army Plebe 

year — "I've got just the guy for you to meet Hurry up Dave. I want to get some sleep OH. 
come on lets get some Zah Can I call my boyfriend? You take that picture and III break 
your face Smack — Get out' It was funny last night, but " And there was the Orange lights 
and the great tall Irom JROTC 

The trips m the Old green bomb — "Hi' Do you get high>" Where's Carlos' He was here 

just a second ago WATCH OUT RANDY, there's the turn' Turtle neck shirts with ties, the 
competition with the GeeeekSweatMo, and saying good-bye to the gill-man 

Second class year — the barn and living with the "> 
grilled burgers and playing tenms with a F-16 model 


THE DYNASTY"' and "Ohh, don't make me 
ere's the organ grinder ? At times it's actually t 
; stories we could tell. 

20th Company 639 

Richard P. Guest III 

Satellite Beach 


Resources Management 



It started for me in Kingston Pa . Lou. Billy. Btll. Jessica. Dinacola's Igloo, chopping wood in 
Eaglesmere. fnsbee on Thompson with Paul (the hippee). code of conduct. Mr Guest #2, dial a 
demo, the rest is a blurr. the J B concert (hell of a job), the class ot 80. Piedmont, Matt. 
Mayport, huge pig. Skids, Los, the 20th Co , the team, the Buteras, the moneys (my other 
mother), the Burt's, the C's, 1 love them all they are so beautiful, all those bormg classes, weight 
gaming, the Bogue turf, good fight, the keg at the pond in Conn . sleeping m late at Va , expired 
license plates, T R and the regs (ask PS), the power of Van Zant I'm with you, Lou you just 

got to believe, the round up BR M S , Atlantic City, nugget-nuggef, 41 East, 95 South, 81 North, 
power eating club, C K what a dude, Jose stop right there I got to know right now, the 

Vinson, once again the perfect cruise, steak, cheap rum, oft early (bummer), lots of leave at 
home all 4 years, there was nothing gamed from the love that I lost J L E , some ot its magic and 
some of its tragic but Ive had a good life all the way 

It has been a five year effort that I am still uncertain about I thank God. my mother, father. 

Debbie. Amy. Lon, Judy, Gram, Mr T 

nd my lev 

d ones 

who have always been the 

re for the 

past 23 years 1 have not always been t 

he Ideal fan 

ily mer 

nber yet they are th 

greatest 1 pray 

that my direction is right and gives m 

e peace ot 



Richard J. Hayes 


New Jersey 

Applied Science 



lOG Boy that's a mean one . TC and v«ha 

s for lunch stiff and wh 

en 1 played Army 

and 1 . . It wasn't my fault . . . Clifton, ou 

boy. It's my hanky 

and 1 like it that way 


ve It here 

Ma and Harry, tailgators and Ho J 

•s (hey bunny) 

Fwayne Cmd 

Sab and Rocky 

Terollie ' 500 huh. What was the ot 

er one?. Combine 

J' Oh oh Mam 

ma no 


fun things 

odo w 

h PCR Michelle, 


Peggie G 

forever 4 years with the same guy ( 

do you think people wonder) help 



106 please, one semester at a time 

the boys 


jnd never movin 


at medical 


said something about the 1 



Mrs Felter 


oming there wa 

s never a doubt 

A very special note to Mom. Dad. Di 

and Jim, i 

sure h 

s been a tight, but 

we n 


thanks A great years Dicliy 1' 

1 be there 


f 83 from the sta 


side for 8 





James F Garrova 

Temple City 


Aerospace Engineering 

Naval Fhgfit Officer 


opover in Newport. Rl) Even with the late n 
iisses with end of semester meetings with the 
Thank you for coming May 25'i' 

the sunny skies of Southern California (after a 
late nights the meetings with the Lt and the 
:an honestly say that it was all » 

Mary C Gaul 
Winter Springs 

General Warfare 

Cathy came to us from warm, sunny Florida Energetic and cheerful. Cathy has been involved 
in cheerleading. sailing. Glee club, tennis, and church activities Her proficiency in German won 
her an intriguing trip to West Germany Cathy wilt always have fond memories of the exciting 
times she shared with her fellow rah-rahs. Emmi Patl Sandee Gary Terry and Janet She has 
excelled m Academics and, as a result served as president of the English Honor Society Sigma 
Tau Delta But Cathy still managed to devote much time to having fun with her elite group of 

Bieike in Fiddler on the Roof ' and a dancing fair maiden m The Pirates ot Penzance Little 

trips, spring break 81 , and her excursions to Thompson s And of course her sweetheart Mark 
A child in her own heart, she spent time camping tree climbing, picnicking, and flying kites The 
fleet should be looking forward to receiving this prospective general warfare officer who can 
handle anything thrown at her Cathy has been a true friend and little Sis" to all ■YEAH'" 

640 20th Company 

Laura A^ Hinkley 






Bliss IS when 'La Machine" decided 

at 0300 to run and the rest of Ih 


sleep in This is even after she stops 


at 0100 

Depression is watching her eat and 

eat and 

at and eat and never gam an ounce In 

fact, on 

one early morning run, the Annapolis 


ol the Audubon Society got all e 



that they had identified a new specie 

of crain 

They were most disappointed t 

3 find that the 

•Bird ■ Legs" they spotted belonged 

to Hinks 

Ah yes! Saturday nights are all impo 

tant toh 

er She developed a tradition Plebe year 

hat she 

continued well into First class year - 

slaying in and studying 

And what a buddy offering |unK food to her 

riends who had weight problems. 



chance to build character when they r 


She would say She never seemer 


ice that 

they always took it She would never 

- ever s 

nare her green (vl&Ms though 

Donald A. Holcomb 




Navy Pilot 



ther Navy brat who wound up coming to USNA with great aspir 
abundance of confidence. Plebe year offered Holes a wide range of new i 
iickname by his little green room 
Bruce Springsteen could really wail a tune Only Don c 

boy for the second semester Youngster year brought f 

class, Don took , 

wanted no pa 
stripes Don had always said he wouldn't get 
Navy." but after knowing Jenny for a whole two 
r You're a lucky girl. Jenny, and I've b 

James F. Hunter 



Political Science 

Navy Air 


Jim tries to convince everyone that he's not so smart, however consistently high grades 
contradict him but then, he is a bull major Some people go crazy if they study too much, but 
not Jim Hunts could be found in the hallowed halls of the Hunter memorial wing of Nimitz library 
any evening during Plebe and Youngster years (including Saturdays) Of course, he had to leave 
the library in time for Plebe taps but thank God he had late lights to get one more hour of work 

done Lat 

lights on a Satur 

day night may be 

d, but Jimdidn 


a Geek ,s 

a Geek T 

le sweat didn't s 

op rolling ,n the 

classroom, th 

Dugh, and Jim 

•arned the honor ol 

being Woodys protege All 

3f his hard work p 

aid off in his s« 

west po. 

It exchange 

program Second class year 

ivated the dor 

past an 

1 buried the 

Geek and 

he sweat forever 

How about thos 

women a 

d we thought h 


among the 

rows of be 

oks in the library 

Army weekend a 

s a Woop was a 

swinging time- 

-keep ft 

ose women 

smiling, li 

e when you proved that civilian schools are more fun when you 

went to 

J T for two 

spring bre 

aks Jim started 

understand Ih 

value of wee 

ends Second class yea 

, especially 

when his 

roommate(s) drc 

ve him nuts S( 

will always s 

hudder (wome 

1 will qu 


f their first set 

ummer compan 


s name It s a 

good th 

ng Jim was 

Ronald P. Jordan 
Universal City 

Nuclear Submarines 

Ron came from the far away state of Texas Being from an Air Force family. Texas (ust 
happened to be home for most of his stay here at UNSA Ron was not alone when he came here. 
His brother just happened to be a firstie when Ron was a Plebe Bob visited Jordache often to 
keep him out of trouble Ron was a good little boy except when it came to loud alarm clocks and 
unwanted roommates Of four roomies only one. myself, could put up with him. He drove one 
roommate out ot the Academy completely One roommate was driven out of his mind The 
other roommate was that way already so Ron simply got nd of him 

Jordy's favorite past-time, when not horizontal, was playmg defensive back for the extra tight 
heavyweight FB team He always thought he did a great job. we didn't want to hurt his feelings 

told Ron that he "lacked intelligence, lacked motivation, and put forth no effort." Believe it or 
not (we don't), Jordy will glow anyway In all due respect Jordo, your a good r 
excellent tnend and you had better get me to the altar on time 
P S How about that Oamneck 0-club!!!! 

20th Company 64] 

Kenneth C. Levins 


New Jersey 

Mechanjcal Engineering 



& Physical Stud club (better known as NAPS) I was a 
e all Plebes. parents weekend & Christmas were I 
couldn't have made it w/o the Wonder Pup- I 

skeptical ot this place come 1-day 
highlights ot the year (I skipped I 
Tipper, who carried who"' 

Youngster year brought part I ot "Fwayne meets the Boyz, " the expansion ot the Haye< 
Levins tailgating Co , and JP! How 'bout them Douglass girls! Just the beginning of some grea 
friendships, a beautiful relationship, and some fantastic parties 

Segundo year & part II- Seymore VS the Boyz " Ahh yes, all those weekends I didn't ge' 
(106) The little things that kept us going- bat ftball. more choice 'gaters. our tall blond spellin 
champ- hey Bopshun- was that C S H " Still speaking of 'little things, what's our co son( 
Another One Bites the Oust' See what you started Murph Dec 18, 1981 Joey & Java made 
official (rings & strings) SAT grades (It's amazing the incentive a little bet can bring'), road trip 
to Douglass. & class rings (hello $1000 club) 

Firstie year wasn't the breeze I thought it would be, but who can argue w/ a Co that cancel 
tailgaters & has f^arty parties ' instead' Counting the days w/ some special thoughts . 
dreams black shoe Navy- here I come. May 25th; June 1 1th. Mom & Dad- 1 love you! Boyz- 1" 
miss ya'! USNA- We shall return! 

James 0. Mulligan 


New Jersey 

Math (Computer Sci) 

Navy air 


(J IS an average mid proud to all E. 

1 10, New Jersey, "home", he thinks of USNA as NAPS 

postgraduate school, and drives a sports 

car To him, the academic months have always been a 

time-out period between his JIO international trips ) Starting in Newport. Rhode Island, with a 

»4S0 Oldsmobile Cutlass and J300 a mo 

nth, 1 progressed to Plebe summer, shoe leather, and 

$50 a month Getting locked outside at 3 30 am with a black net sock bag over my head after 

reconning 4-0 with shaving cream bomb 

was indicative of my luck 1 couldn't have picked more 

"interesting " room-mates myself (3 ti 

nes)' and I'll always mind my helm' on good-deal 

(thanks. Rat) V P trips Having 007 as a partner in crime made (getting caught) riding the Valor 

Piebe year (thanks. Spock) memorable! 

Im tempted to nail those guys myself" Hi Rog After 

22 consecutive seasons, 1 finally ended my track career That coincided with gelling braces (on 

my teeth, not my legs!) which led to the 

toys of blender cooking " All you guys who made fun of 

my mouth being wired shut deserved e 

very whift of halitosis 1 could summon' 

I've seen some of the best looking girls 

n the world, having been throughout Europe (esp love 

those danes), to Hawaii, and into Austra 

la (and without the Marines') Unfortunately, Caroline 

never did accept a June-week invitation 

After changing my home address to Ward Hall, 1 was 

able to spend lots of time with everyone 

s nemesis, the Honeywell 6060, and, despite it all, my 

victories are still (very) few Living with 

he Fols has been more fun than a barrel of monkeys; 

Randy may never need a Maryland drive 

s license, but Id rather have the hair, and Tom's been 

back when you were lumping 70 and win 

ningalAC and Monk, you're really inspiring Above all. 

thanks & love to Mom and Dad for all Ih 

long years of support Navy Air, here 1 come' AIEEEE' 


Mark R Kanakis 
Applied Science 
Navy Air 
Aka Tippy 

Mark Twain once wrote, all a frog ever wanted wj 

my way to Crablown from the Show-Me Stale is a stor) 
recollections from this mid s four-year climb to the bottom ol me heap 

Frank and Jim making the Post Plebe of the Week.'Month R&R >n Belhesda Thanksgiving m 
the Hall, catering Dave s Army parly, birth of the Cutlass the Moore Wars living through 


■ Boari 

>ving lor 
jn of the 

?/c Year — an endless summer with the 1-C Bonus Boys, the TexMex r 
end of the Welsh era. Thanksgiving at Denny s, living with Cowboy i 
Hood with McCall, returning to Bancroft with a stale trooper death ; 

l/c Year— a minesweeper cruiseC), Pistol Detail hiltm BB s off both wings, the Pal Roach 
Memorial Chair , assassination atlempts on the Cutlass the Tranquil! Regime, living alone with 
Ken Wood. Marty Parlies. Thanksgiving al the Ford s forced retirement at Christmas. How 
boul them Hogs m Houston, the Fourth Wmg Furriers 
Yes. those are memories that make me a wealthy soul I especially thank God Mom and Dad. 

i vast array ot roommates, the men of Navy Football and Jell- » 16 in our programs » 1 in our 

Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition 

Susan M Koye 
Highland Park 
New Jersey 
Political Science 
Supply Corps 

Susan Mane Koye came to the 
prepared with two years at Rutger 
helped her adjust to Bancroft lite 
country, indoor track, gymnastics 

■suit, she was given the 
I member ol Phi Sigma 
among them Catholic 

tennis Unfortunately 
njury, so she spent mosl of her time studying Political Scienc 
■are opportunity 10 work as an intern at the Pentagaon and n 
Mpha, the Poll Sci Honor Society She participated m many 
:hoir, musical productions. Glee club, NAFAC. Spanish club and the flying squadron In her 
ipare lime. Sue could be lound running in a 10 K, going to Washington theatres or gallavaniing 
around Georgetown Susie will never forget Paul and the cats (or the pink rabbit) Katie, spring 
areak "81, and first class cruise on the luxury liner the USS Cape Cod But probably her most 
Tiemorable moment was on 27 August 1982. her birthday when she became Mrs Mike Boehle- 
lo-be She'll undoubtedly be a huge success m whatever she atlempts Always ready to have 
. Sue 




Nancy J- S* 





UK, Stimuli 


■i«ii lipH(»! 

642 20th Company 

• I 


e Naval Academy whilt 
. sleep or liberty This ii 

Stephen J. Murphy 
Webster Groves 

Navy Pilot 

Murph has managed to slide through t 

mere academics to interfere with either h 

three easy lessons, one before each "X' 

Second class summer brought Murph 

before graduation Luckily, Jeanine has 

Nuclear Power and withdrawing them, he has nar 

Special OPS, Surface Line, and Jag Corp Whatever i 

due to his extraordinary ability to get along with ( 

Perhaps what we'll all remember Murph for is h 

Nancy J. Schiavetta 


New York 

Political Science 



Nancy Schiavetta graduating!! ? They said it couldn't 
majoring in academic difficulty and who suffered fror 

t this English major allowed 

Well, only Salty Sam 

listed V 

Jul probata ^w 

; who seemed to be 
a Plebe' Two 
I good friends 
■ service selection One company officer asked 
her about her grade goals, to keep my weekends" Nancy thought He then asked her about her 
goals and objectives at the academy This inquiry caused much thought, self - searching and a 
reply of "to play basketball, sir " the company officer gave up "counseling" 

Basketball'l Four years, four varsity letters She proved to be a controlled and reliable player 
Once in a while her on court language caught the refs attention - nuff said 

Beyond b ball, weekends, holidays, and leave periods were the be - all and end - all of Nancy's 
academy life tn fact, Nancy actively supported one age old academy tradition, the middle of the 

Her social life, though private, always seemed full Even first class cruise saw her weekends 
full of fun When asked why she didnt date midshipmen, she simply laughed and launched into a 
series of buba jokes By the way, Nancy, who was that LT(JG) Brady who kept those long ■ 

Mark L. Skidmore 






July 6. 1979, 1-day. looking at the cameras, running into the hall, not saluting Irwm V D D 
meek. Kathy Walsh Standing next to Guest m formation Mr Guest you have smiles m your 
cover No excuse, sir You lose Living on 2-3 Thomas Boguenanas Plebe heaven Francis 
(Howard) Hughes, Tom Rossiyo 11 sheet posters Plebe year co CDR Buiietine board fire 
Missing 1st period Plebe English Nelson and donuts Waiting at BWI Heading into that sunset 
again buddy Go for it. Skids! The Michael the J the Foley LHA-3 USS Belleauwood Bert and dad 
andeattng at the crabclaw in St Michaels Foley. Matthiae. mint julip & Venetian blmds Well hey 
there Frank Bottle rockets Summer school-law Failing probs and stats Don t try that one 
again until you're a Youngster Hey Chris wanna go get a pizza' June 14. 1981 Pete + 
Lisa=l 67 Hospital for gall stones First class cruise in Hawaii. USS Badger FF1071. Pete 
McKenney and David Kelln Becky Taunt Choice NS300 first class summer XO. summer school 
again-survey of American History and Uncle Shylock said Tom Dacey Count it, UN. TS. SUL. 
Hannun Sulward, Rippo '69, Hubba Bubba. Sweaeaeat It's all Boguenanas, whaaaaat ' "The 
only time that seems too short is the time that we get to play' These have been the hardest and 
sometimes loneliest, but sometimes best years of my life No. I would never do it again, but then 
again I would never give away the experiences that I have had since I've been here f would 
never have made it with out my moms love and my dads discipline, and certainly without Gods 
help "Its like a feeling of anger tied with a knot of pride ' And to all those who 

helped me make it through here Thank you . I wear the ring 

Lynn A. Thomas 



Ocean Engineering 

Naval Flight Officer 


Weird' No, but definitely different Lynn must have salt water m her vems. because even the 
fresh water lakes of Michigan couldn t keep her away from the Crabtown Boat school That salt 
water started out chlorinated After two years of swimming for Navy. Lynn crawled" out of the 
pool and lettered in track (managing her roommate s team) and Softball In her spare time she 
got involved m the Catholic choir, Pep band YP squadron. Women s Glee dub and Hop 

heiress, considering all the books and magazines she reads Heaven knows how much has 

falling Lynn Thom, 

'riety unexpected of 
must be a new one Maybe III I 
nimal One teddy bear is enough 

; you glad I wrote 1 

one gives away 3 Os here Lynn hj 
more importantly with |>eople We ve crc 
after all these years. I (md Lynn a sens 
imate and friend (highlight the brigade I 

20th Company 643 

644 20th Company 

id a reluge from the tedium of plebe 
t of us in more ways than one With a 
Applied Science field that spring of 

Timothy A. Batzler 
Applied Science 
Surface Line 

Tim came to the Academy with a deal that anyone 
home. Batz had no problem getting a home cooked me 

strong background in computers, Tim punched onto 
plebe year, and he never looked back 

Tim was an original member of the 4-3 youngster wardroom, supplying the JD and a ptace to 
hide the 19" Sanyo television Youngster year kept Tim deep tn the bowels of Ward Hall We all 
thought he had found a cute secretary or computer tech , but we were wrong, it was a 

This affair turned into profit for Tim his second and first class years Batz entered his MIS billet 
(and the three stripes that went along with it) and still managed to convince the Company 
Officer into three more stripes for lie Company Commander It might have been that he 
deserved the praise, or tt might have been that he was trying to outshine a gloomy Army-Navy 
game plebe year 

First class year Tim continued his good deal with the three striper libs, as the MIS billet again 
fell to the most qualified Timber also found he had ample time for members of the opposite 
gender, and he continuously visited the local colleges in search of the ellusive prey In fact. Tim 
was able to burn the candle at both ends and the middle and still come away with his hide 
Between Mary Washington. Hood, Goucher. and a company mates sister. Tim was never 
without a plan for a good time Never one to turn down an invitation to a party. Tim developed a 
social lifestyle true to the Midshipman image 

The ship that grabs him will be the luckiest in the Fleet, and the lady that stops his wandering 
will be the envy of her 

Francis J. Blankemeyer. Jr. 



Political Science 

Marine Corps 


Frank 'wires" Blankemeyer came to the Chesapeake Umversi 
from the United States Marine Corps and Broomall. Pa He met alot of "good di. 
Academy-but good dudes are good dudes and I do not have enough room to menti 
He entertained his roommate many times with his late night German lessons Frank 
would tell us that "I happened upon Hood College this weekend", but would never t* 
got kicked out by the security guard Tell us Frank, are Hood girls good girls' F 
friends wondered why he did so well on the swim tests Was it the five fish 

in 21. being Company Commander for almost a complete semester, thanks to having t 
friends, like the Major Burly With all kidding aside, Frank is an outstanding friend and 
dude who will more than survive the Marine Corps Hey, face it. anyone who can pass 
can do anything in this world 

I Technology straight 

Robert S. Brooks 

Navy Air 

R Scott Brooks (the R s 

man ■ Upon starting his 

stroyed his Naval Aviatio 

j Youngste 


Condos As Scotf; 
proved to be the be 
"Ripper" proved ti 

dreams, or at least 

Irom Annapolis High to the I- 
:iatly the little c 


; muffin of f 

, Romeo. "I still got i 
ition grew with the local female popul 
;nds. except where girls were involved (■ 
I again that Brooks' corollary. "Every good-l 
>tently remained true Second class year, as Scotties 
e moved onward and outward to local colleges where he 
Bast that night's dreams We will always remember the tarzan demo at the boat 
party that year, fortunately Scott never will Since Scott missed the ring dance he felt compelled 
to uphold Navy tradition by dipping his nng into Seven Seas of the Orient Following this 
exhausting first class cruise. Scott returned to the Academy for first set Plebe detail Brooksie 
always ate his wheaties so he could keep his plebe fit by day. and himself fit by night By the way 
Scott, have you cleared six feet yet? First class year found this professional guy stars and a 
three striper MIR billet, yet no one can recall him ever studying The most surprising change in 
his life style was his dedication to an outstanding young woman Nightly libs made this relation- 

With his antics being what they are, this southern "gentleman" will have no problem carrying on 
the tradiation of Navy )et )ocks Good luck Brooksie, let us know if anyone ever arrests your 

Terry M. Burt 
Oklahoma City 
Navy Air 

Hailing from Oklahoma City. "Bassett," seldom known as Terry, completed a fun lovin' year of 
■'real college" before metnculatmg to the boat school Plebe year was a real shocker for this 
adventurous young lad. the 'Bassman ' could frequently be found "floating" throughout the 
jdebedebe ' Youngster year found Terry longing for home and 
3l college,' many doubted seeing him again after our Second plebe year The lure for Navy 
coerced 'Heebs" back to Canoe U, however, and the rest is evident Second class year 
wed Terry that studying at the Severn Institute for Seamen differed from anything he had 
/lously encountered Upon this realization, the Bassett quickly switched from Systems to 
h and discovered a 'weekend " Firstie year found Terry a new supra compliments of the 
s Willie Nelson lovm' clown could frequently be found stalking the 

Always will - 

rately z 

class year wit 

r his last from Oklahoma State Penitentiary Terry will 
as the guy who keeps tempo with the oil derricks, and as the Fall Guy second 
the car pnvvies - "What, this car' " Remember University of Maryland and 
waking up on the floor Remember Goucher and waking up on the floor Rememt>er Hood and 
Hunter waking up on the floor Remember Maryland and Bill waking up on the floor with a doll 
Remember all the great road trips and drinking binges Your buddies will always remember your 
smiling face and great tailgators. ya blonde hound! Good luck at Pensacola. Heebs. and keep a 
SIX of cold Coors for a buddy 

RSB 21st Company 645 

Peter J Fanta 
Political Science 
Surface Line 

Pete came to the Severn River sailing institute from the great white north of Manitowoc. 
Wisconsin We didn't see much of Pete during Plebe year, as he was constantly away on a sailing 
movement order to some yachting party After his famous watch during his room s dark ages 
baby caper, Pete decided to avoid making more headlines Plebe year 

Pete was a Naval Architecture ma|or until two academic boards convinced him to change, and 
prolong his naval career at Canoe U After much soul-searching. Pete decided to major in Navy 
Varsity OHshore Sailing, with a minor in Political Science 

Pete was often found wandering the halls on honor business, as he gave up his free time to 

Pete s GT G made him one of the most mobile mids during the ensuing years, taking him on 
many road trips to places unknown Petes weekend exploits have brightened the lives of many a 
young lady at such colleges as Mary Washington, and a very special young lady at Marymount 
College m Virginia 

amous wine glasses, Pete was always a 

Mark A Gallagher 


New Jersey 


Navy Air 


e Army game, tncludtng ^ 

e home ot the oldeit log cabin in the U S . Gibbslown, N J A graduate 
iilitary Academy, Mark had no trouble with academics white at the 
il nati, he spent many a night in ward hall Mark s yearly schedule 
with hibernation or racktime tilling most of his days Irom September 
I loyal supporter ot Navy, especially go Navy, beat Army" cheers, a 
and was the only member of the Skinner Bell Ringing club Mark was 
iseball team Plebe and Youngster years, until he received an injury m 
ronic duffer disease First class year, Mark made many new friends at 

Febi 0. Calle 

Fort Ritchie 





Febi Ocampo Calle the mlercultural member ol the 2l5t company prides himself in having 
come to us, at USNA, Irom Ft Ritchie via every type ot neighborhood in America Originally from 

stud and graduating in the top live from high school Ocampo mastered Ptebe summer Febi 
started and ended his stay here playing lor the varsity 150* lootball team his Plebe (meat 
squad) and lirst-class years During the interim Febi Ocampo was a crucial member to the 
company s lightweight lootball team and iirst singles lor 4th battalion tennis Never or*e to 
worry about academics, Ocampo was maintaining a 3 by the end ol his third year and as many 

No stranger to the ladies, Ocampo has charmed lemale hearts form DaMgen to Hawaii while 

at USNA with his dancing abilities and good looks 
Ocampos most noted quality was his ability to get along with people 
The thing he gained the most at USNA was Inends and his lavonte activity was giving hiiriMM 

to others Febi Ocampo will fly a long way m Naval Aviation 


George W. Ellard 



Political Science 



George- is he just a casual guy. or 
Service Selection "So t can get some 

they re comir 
Sleep Seizures 

i deck missing a few cards? 

speakers, of course Admiral McKee " 
denero now that I'm not going nuke power Wait a r 
plug and chug" ship driving tecniques' I'm there 

D3'ryl Gas 

ippiied Soef 

warn A. Go! 






. space IS everywhere ■ 

I Quotes Space is here, space i 

raquetball during a forrestal lecture?" 
Living on the Edge Here, have a stick olgum " "Anybody 

out in Georgia?" 

Who really knows about George except that he's surely l 
here We definitely enjoyed having him around though, and appreciated t 
was able to view life, even without the aid of mind-altenng drugs 

646 21st Company 

Darryl Gaston 



Applied Science 

Navy Air 


William A. Gott 




Nuclear Power 


Bill came to the Academy via a Navy tamily and NAPS Havm 
Great Lakes, he knows about all the ideal Naval Bases Being a I 
forward to being stationed on an Ohio class sub out ol Oiego Garc 
ot studying Every night he could be found wandering the halls or 
sayings include Turn the other chin". Ohi Buddy . "Sadda Dur 
of other babies bottoms , and Hofta Outts' Bill developed a k 
22nd Company to Hood College While m search lor the perfect v 
butt bitting By 1st class year he had qualified for the national c^ 
CRUD in San Diego Bill will take his sunburned knees to nuclear ( 
many whales along the way he should be m Admiral McKee's si 

I stay at Annapolis 

lived in Guam. 
Bill could nevi 

Tomoko Ishikawa 
San Jose 



fighting , 

t UCLA Soon s 
lat a life" 
ling Dr Ishikai 

, so when she heard about USNA. she dit 
iigh heels, a purple skirt, and a suitcase I 
e was singing I believe" and screaming r 

Tom chose to maj 
learned to sleep with the lights on and the coffee brewing, 
chemistry Since this wasn't enough to keep her busy. To 
found her home in a crew shell, yelling at her teammates 
If Tomoko had quit studying lor a minute she would have 
she received as 3/c company commander. 2/c Brigade i 

ir in Chemistry Needless to say. I 
thanks to Prof Elert and Inorganic 
1 tried her hand at gymnastics but 

liscovered a way out of all the work 
Jmin. and 1/c CAO She definitely 
lations Tomii 


: lots ( 

noodles or oriental rice 

ane day. 1 get a pencil 

en a good roommate Tomoko and i 

l^iss Ishikawa 

Edward J Lester 
Electrical Engineering 
Surface Line 

Lester, Edward J Age 22 Podunk Grapev 

Height Aahh Wieght Oohh Build Hmmm A 

He came he rowed he left' When Mc 

ank you. RAV 

ew. Wash Major Crew Sex As often a 
K A Easyed. Mo; Edmo; Hey you - a 
was a plebe he decided he would do EE 


avea Plebe year 

nay never get 

I men the blackshoes' 

21st Company 647 

William F. Mattingly 



Systems Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


native, came 1 

the Academy with 

high aspirations Bill was a 

W & L crew slud with plans lo com 

nue this endea 

or while maioring 

had h,s hie planned and expected 

a glorious care 

er as an astronaut 

via Navy air While Plebes 

sounded on Go Navy, s.f Bill s 

voice could be 

heard above the 

est — Go Navy Air 

Then the systems curriculum to 

k charge e«e 

lively eliminating c 

rew and much o( his Social 

lile Bill s fear ol low grades lustitie 

d to him the constant burning ol 

he midnight oil However. 

through It all. he maintained good grades 

With the encouragement ol his 

riends. Bill ma 

de his way to MWC 

There he met Ann Mane 

Smith and lound new purpose in h 

slife Bills eye 

s exhibited a certain sparkle which was surely 

what realty changed your mmd. Bill') 

fondly We wish our good friend luck m all that h« 

Luke M. McCollum 



Political Science 

Navy Air 


Luke l^cCollum hailed Iron 

1 the small 

own of stephenville 

in the Lone Star St 

beginning. Lukes southern 

Jrawl and c 

ongeniality marked 

him as a true Tex 

Tex arrived to "Crabtown 

pint (The Firsties 

mule cannot be loped!") Lu 

les strong 

eHort during Plebe 

summer earned hir 

being our first company commander 

Luke gave much of his time to academy activities and E C 

his academics However his 


}n prevailed over an 

y academic difficult 

excelled o 

the 150s gridiron 

leading Navy to twc 

Luke s strong moral character served as a guiding light to the company and friends He was an 
active participant in the Big Brothers. FCA, and BSU When things got rough. Lukes genuine 
concern and inspiration were always available 

The "Sorus" arrived at Annapolis whipped and never seriously strayed During his first years. 
Luke's social life was sometimes confined to and centered on his high school sweetheart Irom 
Texas However, he later created more regional interests but nothing serious ever developed. 
Then he met his Texas 'senonta ' In combating any long separation. Luke would always 
remember what "my daddy said 

We wish Luke the best of luck m his Naval career His many fnends throughout the Brigade will 
always cherish his warm friendship and helping hand May Gods spirit, grace, and blessing 
continue to be with you Luke, until the very end Amen! 



Long Island, f 


John T. Mullen 
Rapid City 

South Dakota 
Electrical Engineering 
Navy Air 

Maryland, finally claiming as home the frozen wilderness of Minnesota Affectionately called 
"Meeps" (due to his computer-like genius), John fulfilled his destiny by becoming an EE major 
Being a creature of the late night, he was often found keeping the company wardroom safe into 
the wee hours of the morning Knowing everything about everything. John managed to put 
himself and several classmates through the academy Despite these tendencies. John proved 
himself a stud by breaking through to the brigade championship on the Batt tennis team after 
years of agonizing frustration He surprised many of us by successfully resisting the nuclear 
power "force." Foiling all attempts to lead him astray. John kept his sights on Navy Air Good 
luck to you John, and may God bless you in your every endeavor, 

Bradley T Murphy 



Political Science 

Navy Air 


The well-traveled Brad Murphy came to the Naval Academy after completing high school in 
Jakarta, Indonesia Readjusting to the American way. Brad was forced to conform to the fast 
paced lifestyle at Annapolis He now claims Vienna, Virginia as home but his destiny is to travel 
study was Political Science Like the true politician, Brad used his resources 
help Mom!) He en)oyed three years of active participation in the Naval 
3 excelled in the study of the Chinese language After 
his stars finally sparkled when he met an old acquaint 
studied diligently during the week but on i 
to see this special blond Surfer Murphy i 

well (Thanks 

Academy Foreign Affairs Conterenci 
"sweating" through celestial navigati 
ance from afar Since that time Brad 
has been roadtnppmg it to "the Wa; 
circulation but happy as can be 

Upon graduation, it is Brad's ambition to bi 
begin a career in the Foreign Service rema 
surely be a sucess 

Brad has been a super fr lend we wilt alway 
have encouraged us all Warm wishes 
Navy Air! 

Whether f 

success In all your 


John E. Nielsen 
Computer Science 
Naval Flight Officer 

Hailing (rom Connecticut, a true manner at heart. John has USNA to thank for helping him to 
"see the light" of the computer and to dump those viscous Itttle electrons. Before freeing 
himself from EEE. John amused himself by setting intake records at Army. Youngster year 
(those who saw still cant believe) and by seeking sympathy for that "little scratch" on his knee 
After his liberation, John awoke to the "delights" of Hood, Goucher. and Mary Washington, and 
was eventually certified an official "stud" by his classmates' unanimous consensus (despite the 
"AT") John has also seen the light in the sky and has decided thafs where he wants to 
be — NFO or bust! But we will all remember John best for his exceptionally good nature and his 
ever high spirits, always there to remind us that lite is OK Happy landings Buba 

Joseph F. Nolan 
Massapequa Park 
Long Island. New York 


Chalk another one up for NAPS. Even though it meant a cut in pay, which must have broken 
Joe's heart, he took the oath like the rest of us that summer of 79. This History major sailed 
through Plebe year adding to the draft of a Navy yawl During the dark ages that year, the Nolan 
Day school and nursery opened for business, and. was just quickly closed by the ood; forcing 
Joe's 6 month old brother to hit the streets Youngster year Joe found better things to do He 
became the proud owner of a fine automobile with the shrewd purchase of a 1966 Triumph TR4- 

tance Joe and the Calculus Dept did not see eye to eye that year for he (ailed the course Of 

kept him out of his room and his roommate in Having enough of brigade amor. Joe found 
another roommate the next year He got his mathematical skills moving that year which is more 
than we could say for his car As Joe's grades inflated, so did his spare tire, this of course did not 
keep him from having a good time out at Franme O's Joe's love life blossomed and wilted on a 
number of occasions that year, proving a red-headed irishman can be loved by other than his 
mother First class year finally brought a steady girl, but still no car He furthered his knack for 
foreign relations by serving in the office of the Naval advisor in Berlin. Germany Joe improved 
his athletic ability that year during his early morning runs ' ('I have to do what Major?") Good 
luck Joe, the Surface Navy will be getting a good man. 

Michael S. Price 
New Jersey 
Navy Air 

Mike, the 'Southern Boy" from North Jersey (7A), came to the Naval Academy r 
high school Having been recruited to play baseball, he was one of Duffs boys for a 

half To Mike. Plebe Summer wasn't too bad if only he had gotten to sit und 
hot water on, or if his company officer could understand why he liked to 
hand Youngster year Mike decided to move up socially and live m the 'Swarr 
room even more he also decided to water the floor m the middle of the nigh 
every weekend possible to visit his girlfriend Cindy at Hood College Second c 
brought more weekends and more trips to Hood Now his car can drive 
Although It will not be a June week wedding. Mike will graduate, get marnt 
flight school in Pensacola 

Chris Ratliff 



Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


Drive fast and die young. Ratma 
open so that you 

3 keep your eyes wide 

21st Company 649 

Erica L Ryder 

Marine Corps 
Erk. Gidget 

irk arrived d( the Academy with both feet planted firmly on xt\e ^ound She was Qmle sure c 
what she wanted and how she was gomg to get it She wanted to go nuke and she was gomg ti 
court to get It' She wanted to be a double major and she was gomg to study a lot and sleep un\> 
to do -t Well <t wasn t long belore Enca reaii/ed what hie was really all about She was havtni 
too much lun rowing crew and vis-tmg with the boys to waste t<me Studying As eipected th. 
absolute value d her grades rose as the variable ol work approached zero and G'dget louni 
hersetl on Regimental staH her 1 /C year Her gldgetl^lng brought personality to the normall 


jef . 

Pa Grandpa 

upon herself to organise such ev 
ways o( the world in only a few s 
her thoughtlulness. kindness an 
As lar as nuke power goes well i 

Zit, Tom, and Oonny 

3 teaching Juntc 

ver forget Piebe year Army 

lighting man Kathy Smith Bunny. NWC unic 

Steve Shatynski 



Resources Management 


The Shatman 

Steve s motto accurately summarizes hts past four years here "Surface Lme mighty hang- 
over At least his priorities are right since Steve has never lei school get m the way of his 
education This human wrecking machine has left quite a legacy Is there nothing he cant 
break' If Steve isn t rolling down muddy hills m whites he s driving home from DC at 4 a m 

Between those mysterious dates and sneezmg lits this man has successluliy driven his room- 
Steve and dont get in the way ol fair winds and following seas because you may gel wet And 

dont call him Shirley !! 


D Sheppard 

General Engineering 
Supply Corps 

Sweet, innocent* Shep came to us from the frozen north Ka 
for this young swimming protecy "Shep" lived and breathe 
River, developing the tendency to enjoy other fish rather than i 
As Brian degressed from Naval Architecture to General Engineering he progressed with his 

His Youngster year was exciting having garnered the responsibility of maintaining the Young- 


and an academic cripple) Not to be ones to do things half way the 19 
inch color T V has yet to be equaled, along with the refreshments and 4-3 barber shop laciltties 
the wardroom was complete 

Second Class year brought the downfall of many of Brians goals After two N-stars. a set of 
uncooperative shoulders brought his swim carrer to a halt We were all sure that Shep would use 
this opportunity to gam experience at the local colleges We were wrong He persisted m trying 
to develope gills instead of social skills 

His excuse squad chit started the lail of Second Class year and kept Shep from enjoying the 
experiences of First and Second class year (i e formations, 1 /c Cruise, sports, P E tests, and 
Service Selection), but this did not stop Shep from doing the more important things in life The 
"Corps'" will be getting a good man 

Ruth A. Voor 

Political Science 
Supply Corps 

Ruthie came from an all-girls school in Louisville (Loou(r)-vil? ?) ready to play B-ball for USNA 
Athletics were no problem for this jock who set a new "W" course record during Plebe summer 
"Carrol top" spent most of Plebe year at the gym (or somewhere but not in company) until she 
came back one day with a splint on her right knee Ruthie's B-ball career as a player came to an 
abrupt end then; after three knee operations, and three years on crutches and in white works, 
she finally gave up (not realty) trying to play again She put her energy into political science, the 
Honor system, and managing B-ball As a lirst class, "Gimp" found herself with THREE stripes 
and a phone that wouldn't quit ringing to go along with her Brigade Honor staff job 

Ruthie (your hairs still on fire!) you will always be remembered lor your grits. Win, Jim. the 
Coast Guard cadet. Rudy's to Fiddlers, and Naturals' Seriously. Ruthie's unselfish and friendly 
personality will bring smiles to those she encounters m the Fleet Good luck in the CORPS' I'll 

650 21st Company 


Jeffrey P Wilcox 

Lake Villa 


Political Science 

Surface Line 


JeH Wilcox, a high school 



21st Company 651 

Brian K. Antonio 



Naval Architecture 



Brian travelled long and lar lo attend the Naval Academy (all of twelve miles) How he 
managed to eat wardroom food after getting good old home cooking every weekend well never 
know Brian had a rough Plebe year like the rest of us. but his problems were more with girls 
than with rates Have to keep those priorities straight, huh. Brian' Being a go-getter, we all 
thought Brian would choose a challenging major, but even though we tried to change his mind, 
he decided to breeze through as a Naval Architect Oh well, we can t all have real majors! Brian 
t>elieved m the theory ol studying hard and getting into the rack by 2300 every night (whenever 
possible) It must have worked because Brian and his 3 CQPR were swept out o( company and 
on to battalion staff We thought Brian might forget about his friends in 22 while down on 4-0. 
but we weren't that fortunate! Just kidding' From day one. Brian has claimed to t>e a devoted 
boat driver So even though his grades make him appear intelligent, we have to wonder Mayt>e 
It's because of all those Brian cells you killed out at the Happy Buzzard plebe year Whatever the 
reason. I guess someone has to drive around those big. gray things, right Brian' Seriously, we all 


Big Bales 


remember those inspiring words spoken late one night plebe year 

Daniel J. Ball 




Naval Flight Officer 


■Q-Ball ", a Washington state native, left the beautiful, serene atmosphere of his home on the 
edge of a lake for the fast-paced, always hectic life at USNA and a scenic view of "T -Court" 
Needless to say, Dan put his Eagle Scout skills to work and easily survived Plebe summer as a 
4/C scholar Dan's marks were average, but we all know he could have done better it he didn't 
have to keep getting up m the middle of the night to turn off his alarm Of course, the problem 
id Dan quickly found himselt doing well enough to go for a nuclear power 
especially impressive to those of us who know that Dan never saw the other 
It trying to please a 
riend not too tar away We have no doubt that OBall's combmatic 
gence, athletic ability, and popularity will 

;rvice selection night 

Mechanical I 

f jiar fw Biao 

Michael S. Bartkowski 


Res. Management 

Navy Air 


Bart came to us Iriom nearby Baltimore, but since finding a certain nice gorgeous blonde, 
home IS almost as far as he ever goes on weekends. His NAPS experience helped us all during 
the fun days ot Plebe summer Most of Bart's lime was spent with his three favorite pastimes, 
other than academics!, playing varsity lacrosse, women, or straining beers through his 'stache 
Not even a severe shoulder operation could keep him from having his fun It must have been all 
those twelve-ounce curls we did together Bart Scott would always come up smiling and with 
his sense ot humor intact The green machine and a little(?) friend(?) between 14 and 16 didn't 
even scratch the surface Bart was always the one to look for when there were long lines in Iront 
of our favorite watering holes He knew all the doormen well' That man had his priorities set 
right Navy Air gets another good man. and here some words ot wisdom Bart Remember, 
midway is the key objective, and always watchout for the arrows See you at your wedding Bud! 
Love Ya Pal-Bates 

James C- Beatty 


West Virginia 

Physical Science 



Bates left West Virginia an All-State football player and came to the Academy to spend most ot 
his attileiic efforts trying to get out ol taking gymnastics He was a great athlete if you consider 
the body God gave htm. and what he did with it One thtng he could do is float He aced all of his 
swimming quadlications (I remember one time he floated to the surface of the Atlantic Ocean 
with a lobster in his hand ) Athletics are not Bates only strong suits His social life as a 
midshipman is unmatched in recent history Parttes, mess nights, green alerts, and the bath- 
room sink all seem to go together for Jim Academically. Bates had trouble at first, but knew the 
system by junior year, and transformed into a 3 student Underneath Jim lies a true teddy 
bear He d do anything for you. tf he was awake at the time He maintained a sense ot humor 
throughout his years at USNA even though he roomed with a geek and a slob You cant help but 
to love him. he s so cuddibic At least that's what Vicky says I just wonder if he'll get his ring 
back from you know who (oh well it was a good investment ) Take M easy, best buddy Love 
KL S & RL W 

652 22nd Company 



company name lor him. because or 6 7 he \ 
brigade, Both in 83, both in 22 Picking one of 
spent many a weekmght studying through the 
wanting to break his sleeping habits. Keith would 
the all night movies, however, he usually made r 

i happy V 

Keith N. Beatty 



Electrical Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 

Big Bates 

Keith came to the boat school Irom the desert city ol Tucson, Arizona "Tall Beatty" was a 
he taller of the only two Beattys m the 
ougher majors. Electrical Engineering, he 
hours of the morning On weekends, not 
d most of his time after midnight watching 
IS rack before dawn With many late nights 
3 natural position for him to get during first class year 
in for ■Bates" because his one weekend love was "Pac-Man." 
MS quarters Having a 5000 mile round trip to go home on leave, 
couldn't do it the normal way by flying, but had to do it the hard way by taking nonstop 
country car trips home and back Surpassing even himself at the end of first class cruise. 
Tiade a solo cross-country drive from San Diego to Annapolis including a 5 hour stop over 
ie in )ust 68 hours Well. "Big Bates" will not be seen by most of us after commissioning 
will be banging his head on tht 

Randal D. Black 



Mechanical Engineering 

Navy Air 


He wanted to graduate with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and then enter the fast life of a 
navy pilot. Life was tough as a plebe Who could forget the Saturday night watches, Army duty, 
and the man who knew it all Youngster year brought more watches, army duty again, and the 
guitar man Blacker finally found his calling during second class year He defined the word 
"sweat" with his Saturday morning library tours and late-night forays into the worlds of 
Bernoulli, Brayton and all others so loved by the engineer Second class year also brought the 
ring dance where Randy showed the academy what a midwest girl is really like. Off he flew to 
first class cruise and the ngors of navy life aboard the Ike However, his love of Academy life 
overwelmed him. so back he came to partake in the strenuous life of a plebe summer squad 
leader and AC-year company striper 

R.T,. above all, don't forget the good times waterskung rumbles the Seca the 
snowbowl . . , lightweight football . . , turtle wrestling , , bright blue the lady tow-truck driver 
. . . tastykakes ... but most of all don't ever forget Evel 

James F. Brzostek 



Applied Science-Computers 

Strategic Weapons 


Dusty (the condition of his uniform most of the time) arrived at the Academy after a fun-filled 
two years in the enlisted fleet. He enlisted in May of 1977 under the nuclear power program He 
went to boot camp and machinist's mate school after which he was promoted to petty officer 
third class On his way to nuclear power school he was selected for the Naval Academy Prep 
School Plebe year found Dusty on the crew team, the Y P Squadron and finally found his niche 
on the sailing team He spent all youngster year on the team and half of second class year 
trimming the mam, as cockpit captain and finally as helmsman First class summer Dusty had 
command of NA-U Swift tor a cruise to Bermuda and Florida After the summer Dusty came 
back to fulfill his dream, to be a Nuclear Power Officer Unfortunately. Naval Reactors did not 
see it the same way He is now going marine air, and will just have to suffer through flymg On 
New Years Eve Dusty jomed the ranks of engaged mids He met Jan while giving blood on 20 
Another good incentive to contribute to the I 
on the road to Quantico next summer 
J F B 

Brian Cianella 

Physical Science 

Brian will always be remembered a 

22nd Company 653 

Jeffrey N. Hallin 

Hacienda Heights 


Applied Science-Computers 

Marine Air 


JeH, hailing from sunny Southern California, came to USNA by way of a year detour at USC. 
after deciding that there are better things in lite than wine, women and tuition After en)oying 
computers at USC and being the person who everyone ran to when they had problems in Plebe 
computers, he knew exactly what to pick as his major. Poly Sci That later seemed to be an 
Illogical choice, so in youngster year he changed to (believe it or not) Applied Science, 

Jeff, trying to lind a remedy toi 
mile limit imposed on youngster; 
from gate I Moving his car to 
cross-country trip in his Vega wit 


s really his choice This 

having his car on the wrong side of the Rockies and the seven 
found his cure in a young lady who lived less than 5 minutes 
ie east side of the Rockies second class year, he made the 
I 3 massive cylinders of power Later 'Mad-dog" decided that 
kept his stock broker busy investing his car loan 
1 the carrier Midway It was then that he decided that aviation 
s service selection to aviation. Navy or Marines Although 
5 family footsteps of Marine green, all who know him wish 

1 both TBS and P-Cola 

Kyle F. Hancock 



Applied Science-Computers 

Navy Air 


Kyle made it to the Academy via a two hour transit up 1-95 Plebe year was pretty e 
to swimming and T-tables Those swim team parties were great, but don't ask him 
leftover brewskies ended up Yes. beer had a strange effect on Kyle, like the time h 
the middle of the night to use the head, but made a wrong turn somewhere, and 
mind Youngster year came and Kyle found a new sport, playing goalie for Navy wati 
the name Sievecock When it came to academics, the only book Kyle needed to open 
Guide Each year we could find Kyle with a different girl Were still waiting to see ' 
next one will be After graduation Kyle will be heading into the skies as a Navy pilot 
Corps in that boy!) W« with liim the best of luck 

John G Forti 
Physical Science 
Marine Corps 
El Destructo 


■ Forti could r 

Plebe ! 

i year Forti s Bar 

tiled a typical mid but rather unKjue He survived 
>nly minimal weight loss and hit the gridiron fully psyched Unlortunately 
alous with academics and professionalism With the help of The Monster " 
the axe boards but room 5138 remained a prime target for the "Guir . tf*e 
Shaft and other assorted flamers throughout Plebe year and into Youngster year P Acid 
aundry Rumble, No Stuff, Rm Ins were the obstacles The word spread and the room t>ecame 
he well known eatery, and the home of the Physics Gouge file S< 
nd Grill had to be moved down the hall, and with the arrival of Riz things went into full sv 
lidnt last long though The Boob, the Cube and several other modern day Napoleans lo 
he Ginsu One room couldn t handle four bose so the Monster went down the shaft, Ri/ v 
and Forti found a new home with Surfm Smurf in 22 But John will always be a 
graduation day will show the Boob and Boy Scout what a lean green fighting m 
eally is Thanks Mom & Dad 143 forever Brenda 12/23/78 

David J, Fuhrmann 



Applied Science-Computers 

Naval Flight Officer 


Dave came to USNA from Antioch, C. 


f , and spent his 1 8th birthday getting inducted into this 
Id the admin conduct system his entire 4 years not to 
Just ask the Sandy Point State Park Police Plebe year, 
r or at the Happy Buzzard He began actively persuing a 
'Chugging water-polo where he was bestowed the dubious honor of The Enlorc- 
er "■ This well-deserved title instilled fear into his opponents 
Daves first, steady girlfriend, Karen, was very thoughtfully ( 

His mind was always on water-polo or Karen but never on academics The Heeb always got 
money when he sold his books back Thai just-like-new condition was carefully 

654 22nd Company 


Douglas E, Hintze 




Nuclear Submarines 


Doug made the long tirp up from Waldorf Maryland (almost 40 miles) to dona 
his time to our great institution He was a proud advocate o( the minimum study 
philosophy As a varsity goiter for almost four years, his appearance at evening meal 
was almost cause for an investigation His grades never suffered though, since I- 
finished a semester below 3 7 Doug thoroughly enjoyed his time at the Naval Acade 
people asked him, "How's it going'", his usual reply was. Any better and I )ust couldr 
here ■ Doug stood out among his classmates both on the athletic lield and in the classi 
nuclear navy can add a plus to their column of assets when he joins up Good Luc 

Jonathan P, Houser 
Windham Summit 
Mechanical Engineering 
Nuclear Submarines 

Hous had spent most of his time in the outdoors of Pennsylv. 
munks He left "The Barn" and came to USNA, Leaving behind Ma 
Athony. and Tiger One thing House hates ts a tame squirrel, and v 
for a warm 22 But not only is he a hunter, Hous is a well-round 
either his left or right hand He is also the quickest white man on U 
shooting in The Barn paid off) He also turned ar 
around, and made them a real contender Not only did he have a nfle arm, but he could stay 
the pocket or scramble, just like Roger Staubach But Pmser was more than an athlete, he v 
an academian as well Since he did not spell well on paper, Jon picked Mechanical Engineer 
for a major His brain seemed to be designed for statics and fluids problems But when 1 
problems got too hard, rackser would sleep (Yep, he loved that "dadburn " rack) But acade 
ics and athletics do not make the man Hous had a way of making everyone happy I 
wholesome wit and small town logic brought smiles to everyone's faces He always saw I 
brighter side of life We all wish you the best of luck, Subser Love, the boys from 22 

, hunting ■ 

I 22nd Co Ltwt f 

Malcolm B. Lemay 

Political Science 
Marine NFO 

Male came to USNA from the booming metropolis of Corvallts. Oregon After breezing through 
plebe year despite the demands of heavyweight crew, he decided that Poll Sci was the way to 
go His decision was rationalized by his statement that "engineers make good naval officers but 
Poll Sci jocks make great naval officers " Youngster year introduced him to the world of rugby 
and the rack A survivor of the dreaded t-shirt war but loser of the female contest, Male skated 
through his second year at Canoe U Second class year he decided to come out of the closet 
and show the world just how much of a stud he really was Attending Buds' that summer and 
playing "A" side rugby, Male managed to slip in a 4 and stars but found himself with a 
multitude of women but no time to spend with them It would seem that Male had everything a 
mid would want, yet he was not satisfied because his roommate had something he desired but 
could not have Despite this, Male grabbed for the gusto in typical Lemay fashion First class 
year was his year to kickback He started the year with a four week Hawaiian vacation with 
Uncle Sam and the USMC picking up the tab After that he put a postive impression on '86 with 
his exceptional leadership while on plebe detail Male is NFO bound tor either the Navy or the 
Corps Good luck m which ever path you choose — you deserve it Later. Male. Buddy! 

Edward A. Logue 



General Engineering 


Good luek in the Fleet Ed. We all wish you the best ^ 

22nd Company 655 

Franklin N McNeil, Jr 



Political Science 



Frank was the first mid. in t 

ie history of the Naval Academy, to spend four full years at USNA 

His academic performance m 

ade us wonder if he went to high school back in the big m-town of 

Christian faith, his loving anc 

supportive family, and friends (Bill. Bill. Et Al), and the Baptist 

Student Union have been the 

re to support him the whole way As a great man once told him. 

You are a survivor You wil 

succeed ' Aside from his academic wizzardry. Frank has other 

Hamburgers Inc , a batt fencing team member tour tour years and coach of the brigade 
champions 1 /c year, with a varsity letter to follow, hopefully Plus he has the largest synapse 
known to the medical world He was a poly-sci major with a minor in bilging and fine-lookmg 
women none of which have snagged him yet He acquired a few nicknames, among the 

printable ones are MC-Bilge, Smack-Neil. McDrag, Brooster. and Grace (for 

i preppynes 

(which was exemplified by his taking most of them ovei 
the tennis court and his 280-ZX There was only one service selection for Frank 
matter of time before he got to select the finest. Oorah, Semper Fi. be prepared 
Ntghi Frank' Good Night Frank! GOOD NIGHT FRANK! Gods continued blessings 
the sheep and the goats Buds forever!!! 

Kevin Miller 



Aerospace Engineering 

Marine Air 


t the t 

oat school after a journey down from the 
nendly smile and a cheerful attitude, Kev 
ler A graceful tumbler on the gymnastics 
rs second class year His study motto of 

ity of Denver and Broncomania Wit 
ived the hardships of 80 and plebe '. 
acelled in academics as well, weann 

ryihmg there 'S (o know and don t make any mistakes." and a sweat-filled browf 
< through aero Second only to )ets. women, all women — tail, short, large, and thin- 
known to turn Kev s head Mis life long search for the perfect dernere and the proper 
femme IS a continuing saga Professionally, Kev was a leader by example 
and his performance during detail was CKceptional His creativeness was untque, who else would 
have thought of giving a written drill test to the company* A veteran of many interroom 
rumbles and survivor of countless rack and t-shirt wars. Kev remains a true tnend and ts 
respected by all despite his poor taste m music —funk —and his strange personal belongings— a 
rubber duck ' Aviation and a cockpit are m the future as Kev will be the pilot you would want as 
your wingman Good luck to you Bud see you m the wild blue yonder Just stay away from Ihf 

Marc A. Manzelli 



Ocean Engineering 

Navy Air 


Zell took to leadership early Leading the hell squad through Plebe summer with. "We have 
met the streussel, and it is ours — We have not yet begun to eat He also took his roomate. I do 
not want to go to Liberty. Missouri, and of course, taking it to a bullet. I really did pin Grevey's 
shot Hey does anybody know how much it costs to call Finland for 40 minutes' Later on, Zell 
found out the hard way that crutches and bball dont mix But there were some highlights out 
there. 1 can t believe that dude blocked my shot " And floating around Florida with C - The 
American Sportsman, Heeyyy Wubetty. the great lobster connection. Zell is probably one of the 
tew ever to go UA by going back to the Academy, rackaloo. deja vu in Newport, and on your face 
move Ocean engineering was a goal accomplished, and so was divmg for those deep ocean 
sponges with Jacques and Phillipe What a classic' After cat shots on Mo and Pace s desk. 
slamming YPs into the pier. Hijacking canoes, and VA Beach (How m the world did a date with 
3 motorcycle police chase ? ). Zell is r 

r Pensacola Pius that blond f 


Patrick M. McCool 



Physical Science 



! Bud 


1 the Academy to play football. 

) much class. I can't figure t 

1 small So. he tried to become i 

you're not that good, i 
got any more sense tl 

irmy. Pork & Dork. Coach Markos. "McCool. You can't read that pla> 
1 J V in the country can read that play!". "Balls! We've got lots of balls!' 
your head. I am humungi'. Give me a redneck girl. Levi Garett. Don't yoi 
m to call at 1 1 00. Down by the river, t^ary Mount rage. The Ohm party 

series. Throwing chili on the dog. Apple Jack. An overcoat racing oft into the darkness. Saturday 
night at the library. Saturday morning YPs. Crust elimination showers. Mac. what did we do last 
night. I'll go Corps if Carl does. Applehead. Fires behind the school. White lavilins on West Street. 
"Get him. kill him!. " Blue prints. Miller. JD. Molson. Rockin'. The Blues Brothers. Love that 
shotgun, 4 wheeling (on my hood). Boots, leans, and hats, Happy Yon Kipper. You got great 
taste in women, we got the only two of them left in the world. Purple helmets 

That's lust a few of the good times but just remember one thing my heroes have always been 
cowboys, take i 






656 2?nd Company 

James A. Nail 





Dear Jim 

Jim arrived at USNA from t 

.iberty, Mis 

visions ot nuclear power in his (uture The only major problem Jim had was with girls His 
John" letters were famous throughout Bancroft Hall 

With the help of his English major Jim didnt have much trouble with academic 
guy I know that could study with his eyes closed or sleep through Chem labs standing i. 
those trips with the D&B must have been too much for him Speaking of the D&B. 
Jim's lifesaver Jim never found out what a real noon inspection is actually like ( 
himself in a tight spot, he could count on his good buddy Paul to bail him out ^ 
literally blew his way to four stripes Throughout our years at USNA various roor 
tried to change Jims way of lite He's always been too nice tor his own good Success was finally 
acheived second class year under my guidance Now, Jim is just another obnoxious midship- 
man We will all remember the Saturday night that our little Jimmy didn't come home to Mother 
"B" Now that Jim has been accepted into the Nuc power program, his worries are over The 
coast button is within reach In May. Jim will leave USNA with his Dungeons and Dragons books 
and his horrid collection of mellow music, destined for a life beneath the waves 

Thomas C. Nicholas 




Civil Engineering Corp 


Tom came to USNA from Pitt country 
during study hour was too much for his first fe 
high strung personality: something that has b< 
occasionally Nick did get a lot out of his stay h 
htm traveling quite a bit He also took a vacat 
class cruise underwater, and most recently w 

quite a knack for the books the deafening silen 
ew roommates. He quickly became known for I 
seen subdued for the most part, but still surfac 
here He was involved in Glee club, etc . which i 
?mester at USAFA He spent his th 
d plebe detail First class summer 

f playir 

potential of hi 

At this point 


nt here at the Academy. Nick wasn't the luckiest man alive Usually 
j in town on Saturday nights, which is working at a disadvantage for 
; found quite what he is looking for. but if an emergency situation 
up with something One thing he hasn't learned to use yet is the 

)ugh the Corps (as in supplyo) will gret him a dying breed colorblind 

Graham W. Rossano 

Wellesley Hills 


Mechanical Engineering 


This innocent young man ente 

ed USNA directly from his high school in Wellesley, Mass He 

survived plebe summer along w 

th the rest of his classmates, not much worse for the wear 

Once Ac year started, his real pu 

pose became apparent— he served as one of the varsity filters 

in the company, taking much ol t 

ne heat for the whole year His one escape was crew He rowed 

the whole year, racing m every r 

year followed after an exciting ( 

'?) cruise aboard the Navy s only training carrier This year 

passed quickly with a 3 in sight 

but out of reach, and no more rowing backwards up the Severn 

River Second class year marked 

the start of his career m the Navy His choice of major (M E ) 

caused him some difticulty as he 

fought for a 2 the whole year through The end of this year 

saw him in the hospital, a good 

time he will never forget as is clearly evident on his neck A 

month on board a submarine as 

a firstie convinced him that he wanted to go Nuke Power for 

service selection, but a rejection 

letter from Washington said no He will offer himself and his 

Diving Officer Of the Watch qua 

fication once more and if still not wanted will be seen in the 

surface fleet Wherever he goes i 

will be in the North, as all of his roommates (especially Dusty- 

Jeddy M. Ruiz 

Physical Science 
Marine Corps 
Jed Wayne 

Jed Wayne hails from the sugar v 
tanned lassies roam Plebe year and > 


didn't stop achieving Second class year even though his attempt to qualify for the Bud's trammg 
summer program was unsuccessful Finally, Jed set the pace" for the class of 86 as a second 
set squad leader during Plebe summer 1982 On the weekends and on leave. Jed made his 
moves on the night club circuit If you're m the local area, look for Jed at Bojangles, Big Apple. 
Franme Os, or even at the Camelot (occasionally) If you're m Virginia beach. Jed will certainly 
be at the 4400 club or at Peabodys Now. if you're at his home turf (Pensacola) he'll be at 
Seville (Quarter. 2001 . Machine Guns, or any other place that has a special The list can go on 
and on ot the hotspots where Jed has left his mark The night club circuit wasn't nearly enough 
for him, so he could occasionally be found at the area colleges such as the University of 
Maryland, Goucher. or Mary Mount wrecking havoc in the girls' dorm, constantly falling m love 
(or lust), and breaking hearts Jed has a real neat philosophy about marriage immediately after 
graduation there are too many fine women who haven't met him yet, so why cant they 

fight . 

get 1 

little I 

lock I 

daughters and sisters Europe's finest will have their chance Jed came to USNA a beach boy 
and southern rock tan, but hasn't been corrupted by the northern ways He is still a typical, 
Florida beach bum who is disguised as a midshipman Jed's ultimate goals m life to watch Bear 
Bryant lose the championship game agamst the US C Trojans, and to become a Pensacola 
beach life guard in 1988 The Trojans' biggest fan will be missed by his classmates and friends 
but our loss IS the Navy or Marine Corps' gam Good luck Jed!!! boom!!!! gotcha'M' 

22nd Company 657 



Walter G. Ryon lit 



Mechanical Engineering 

Navy Air 

Doctor Organization 

On Waif s diploma one can read the words ■Mechanical Engir 
ends On his transcripts, you might find a more detailed. 
Walter G Ryon 

You will never, ever, though, find a piece of paper which 

He lives in Bethlehem, Pa., but his home is Beach Haver 

Mech Engineering, but he studies ■surfer" and ■"rolling stor 

polishes his serve and his pass catching He digests "'fluids 

t, studying takes u 
walked the face t 

f Waif; 


a degre. 

! difficulty, 
s up most < 

Anthony J. Sanchez 



General Engineering 

Marine Corps 


Chez came to Mother 'B' from the s 
year Tony did well plebe year and prov( 

youngster year Chez took a hit from th 

class year, but then it just goes to sho\ 
Tony expanding his horizons on good I 
And remember, it tt amt taint and it aint 


General Ef 



=• P and had to relinquish his grasp on Aero, but 
' Chez and cars didnt get along so well second 
?re's always a in a crowd First class year saw 
who can complain about tenth in platoon drill 
len It amt Good luck Chez, the Corps needs you. 

Kevin L. Smith 
San Pedro 
Marine Air 

for the "Saw-off 
Saturday night e 

f sunny San Pedro. Ca. Smitty h; 
i kept us laughing wr 
he Happy Buzzard I 

r brought on an en 

to a final warning by the Dant The realization thai 
Earth, along with the guidance of a certain dark-l- 
Smitty down to a point Booze, cigarettes, dip. anc 
new image But all this has not changed the Smith ; 
the Jack Daniel's Club has swayed the rugby super 
her to the sun and waves of Pensacola a fantastic 

> come a long way Plebe year was a breeze 
I Saturday morning jumps over ledges and 
t the way, what number cover are you on 
to this happy-go-lucky lifestyle Missing 

;d beauty from Elhcott City has settlec 
en coffee are no longer part of Smitty's 
It Not even the threat of expulsion fron- 
■ from his chosen ways Rosa takes with 

Kenneth R. Spafford 

Prospect Park 


Mechanical Engineering 



Spaf. Spafooooomatic. Incrediferd; Horrendaferd. Fatferd, Blindateferd: Hoodferd; Joyce- 
ferd: Engagedferd: Whippedferd: Rockferd: Ringferd; Hookedferd; Rackferd. Nameferd: 
Zzzzzferd; Snoreferd. Lip-smackferd. Mountainhipferd; Talkferd; Reformedferd; Awakeferd; Joy- 
ceferd. Hangarferd; Modelferd. Only-10-ferd: Joyceferd; Academicferd. Geniusferd, Blow-it-off- 
ferd: 2 O-ferd: More-modelsferd, Finalferd, Geekferd, Joyceferd; Pt ferd, O-courseferd. Puke- 
ferd; Milerunferd. Pukeferd, Struggleferd. Puketerd, Passferd, Swimferd. Diveferd. Awesome- 
ferd; Boxferd; Ko'd-ferd, Joyceferd: Hoodferd. Everyweekendferd; Clothesferd; Sweaterferd; 
Brokeferd, Joyceferd; Service-selection-ferd, Flyferd. Blueferd. Navy or corps-ferd. Joyceferd; 
Graduationferd: Weddmgferd; Joyceferd; Slimferd; 190-ferd: alrightferd; Joyceferd. 

God's blessings, remember the sheep and the goats , . , Buds forever!!!! The Hangar (Barn). 
Ed. Jim. Frank), 

658 22nd Company 


James R. Sweeney 

Political Science 

declared war on sleep and 

He won the (irst being 

• shores of the Severn w 
le only person we know to 
r studied, at least not unttt 

I through 2/c summer when he 

62 CHRIS-craft 

proceeded t 

And in rumbles. 

I Columbia 

Then ( 

ime Natallie and Zoner Will Georgetown ev( 
Jim was always trying to get into better shape, evei 
(Schmultzney). yet he always tound time to help any a 

humor and a smile to every situation, lifting everyone 

Remember the Sheep and the Goats and hopefully t 

boat will pay off Paul Davis??? BUDS forever!!!! FRA 

Kendall S. Switzer 



General Engineering 

Marine Air 


A large proportion of the population of Bozemi 
and only. Lisa, departed for the shores of the Sev 
Academy and chose the obvious sport, boxing 
went on to win the brigade championship both h 
le won the Eastern Collegial 

e gave in to Nancy I. followed by models 
Signaled a quick retreat and turned his 
ine which saw action at Army, yet is 

' gave away less than 25* in boxing, 
'ELLLAAHUU, he was AWESOME (right 
1 continuing with his boating endeavors. 
#2 & #3. and the BARN along the way. 
3use and single-handedly support steer- 

n he got 100s on alt his PE tests 
ith their academic and PE pitfalls 
nportantly, he coutd always bring 
I as was so often needed 
, effort, and money put into that 

losing in the semi-fmals his plebe year 
ungster and Second class year Also in I 
Xing Championship and brought down t 


? academy For example this 

vton IS the essence of life as we know it today 
3 charter member and co-founder of the Spc 

) assume that Pinhead was not of this world I 
ngly endless ability to forget who, where, etc, d 
mstances His strong sense of what is right will 

Ty C. Vaughan 



General Engineer 

Navy Air 

Too Mean 

Ty came to us from Ordinary, and soon proved to us that his life as a midshipman was going to 
be anything but ordinary While some of us withered under the watchful eye of Kevin Curne and 
■The Nose ". Ty took plebe year in stride We knew he had the system beat when he spewed milk 
alt over our dear squad leader After youngster cruise Ty 'the Animal" Vaughan seriously 
dedicated himself to his favorite hobby, collecting girlfriends It was smooth sailing until Dun- 
geons and Dragons took control A furious semester of maiming and killing was spent dodging 
form 2's and the company commander Youngster year came to a fitting end with Arte. Fu)i, and 

Lonquest of the female sex was a world famous model, but not even she could swindle him into 
marriage Now as first class year rolls by. Ty is still undecided about service selection He could 
go up. or he could go down, from what I hear he prefers the latter, but the men in green will 
never get this man When asked about going Marine Air, by his company officer, he gave us a 
quote that will long be remembered, "If the wings don't swing, there's no sense m flying it'", 
right Applehead'!" We'll always remember him, driving off into the sunset, his hands firmly 
gripping the wheel of the abuse mobile, with his black jacket and black book, with us all 
wondering who will it be this weekend Go for it Ty and good luck! 

Geoffrey L. Walborn 

Clifton Springs 

New York 

General Engineer 

Navy Air 

Geoff came to the Academy with high hopes of becoming a nuke or a manne, but after lour 

years of closely monitoring these two service options. Geoff finally deceided to fly. right big 

brother! Greatest thanks to Mr and Mrs W who sent us Dr Red. and their loving dedication that 
te person, and helped him make it through GeoM is one of a kind; 
la don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys, right Mrs W' 

res to the memories we'll ne^er forget Rainbow woman-Camp Dittmar, I'll be at the 
er for the last call. Good Morning Fitz-don t let me bother you. Sunday mght stnps. Don't 
n the library, Saturday night wino s, Mac, we ve got 5 minutes to get back'. I'm runnm". 
i mountains-red animals-Meredith, remember that Buffet concert '. I don't. Come one step 
;r and III slit your throat!. Haul that keg, Gutterborn. I triumph. 2 tylenol, Shrrmp Feast '82. 

made Geoff such ; 

I beer. Stella and Scooter. 
Morning Geoff, care for a dip'. You piss me off .Geoff.' 
Love on a loading dock. Nelson Funkborn. Wags. I know yi 
Wilhe Nelson!. Mac. We've got 2 more hours of rockm to do!. It's cool Mac it's cool. Rockm" at 
the Biyou. Chmk-tood. The Blues Brothers. Johnny Walker Red. or was that a Scotch on the 
rocks?, Don't worry Geoff. I'm )ust backin" up!. I am humungi!!!. Party at Ohm's, guess we'll have 
plenty of beer next weekend too. right Stemborn!. Joey, who left that crap on the floor at The 
Buzzard?. I love that 30-30!, We love you Jack. AC/DC. San Antonio Rose, tad here we come'. 
TFC. shave YHK". 

I can't recall them all, but just remember. If you ain't country, you ain't nothin' (j€an jackets) 
Don't ever forget Geoff, real friends never die. so you better get with the program" We can't 
forget Pete and Sharon either' Mac (P.S- We love apple heads!) 

22nd Company 659 


Kenneth W. Wilson 

San Diego 



Navy Air 


Ken came to USNA from San Diego, following in his fathers footsteps P 
pretty much of a skate If he wasn't rumbling or high jumping, you could f 
youngsters gathered around his desk gawking at a picture of "B T " (Ot 

Academically. Ken started off behind the times, but later showed he h 
when he picked math as a major Youngster year rolled in and Ken found tl 
was the place to go He was a lucky one though, he actually found someont 
hear those wedding bells now If just so happened that Gary's school was 

those bndge-to-bridge signals on first class cruise (Go Gitmo) 

For service selection, it was a tough pick between Navy Air and Navy Air 
an F-14 better than he does remote control planes. Good luck Ken! 

Randolph L. Wood 




Naval Flight Officer 


Nearby Alexandra. Virginia brought to USNA one 

amazing thing is that he's a normal guy and not a geek 

We all had him pegged from the married life but once again he crossed us up As anoth- 
member of the Happy Buzzard Brigade, when he was a plebe he always looked forward 
Saturday night and a little illegal dragging Amazingly, he never got caught I guess a lit 
"common sense" goes a long way. 

We'll never forget Army-Navy during plebe year Woody spent the later hours of the eveni 
crawling on hands and knees, searching for the great white telephone 

The pool proved to be Woody's biggest weakness. Swimming near the bottom was his b( 
stroke In fact, it was his only stroke. 

Spring time found Woody horizontal in his favorite habitat— Red Beach. The Sun God led t 
brigade with the darkest tan for tour years running. His Marine option cruise during first ct; 
summer was little different as Woody was the first MID to qualify in tactical tanning on t 
Hawaiian Beaches The MO cruise also showed Woody the light as he quickly applied i 
Nuclear Power upon returning to the Boat School In the end though, the nukes lost out a 
Woody will be decked out in a flight suit upon graduation. 





Marine Air 




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5 from his 


talk about 




t incredible persons we have ever 


Why CI 








660 22nd Company 

Manfred F. Arnold 

Mountain Home 



Marine Air 


Manfred anved at USNA from th. 
Severn, except of course for his initia 
first semester plebe year, he joined c 
became a run-a-holic Plebe summei 
gotten at the insistance of some mi 

Academically. Ferd was always a le 
on the good side of his superiors H' 
(Bottom Ten Ctub) When he first car 
to long and neither did any of the 

Second class year Ferd found his true calling; Marine Air anc 
green seeing as he is a true red hater This came to light first c 
the wall No less a wall than the one in Berlin for our Baby Ostri 
horde earned his restriction and our respect Good tuck. Witdm, 
one of coach Lenz's sub-squad instructors 

ff wastes of Idaho He adapted well to life on 1 
ty to run After capturing the sub-squad triple cro 
enz's varsity squad He saw the error of his ways a 
rned the name "Baby Ostrich" for his cute hairc 
of -80 

the wildmen Unfortunately he just never could si 
I founding and nearly constant member of the 8 
le boat school. Ferd had a girlfriend She didn't I, 

he was considering the 
He ought to do great in 

Timothy C. Bonnett 




Nuclear Submarines 


Fonebone A bluntly exprei 
that we have met class 

battery acid, morning faces; 

a comeback). We i 

the Tank, the girls m the loft, ■Please get me s 
party, ■■ A httle aHection ", the girls of Trintl 
search of real life variations; legs, "I finally got i 
special sunshine into Bones smile and granted 
summed to 1 Studying the ocean and going r 
experience is an arch wherethrough gleams th; 
and forever as we move You've made your i 
bachelor (hopefully)! We wont forget you, Boi 

vith Sullivans; Lola. Stoned Harbor and 
party; the Roach Motel; Pummel horse 
; protramid; Fonebone, Karbunkle and 
me Alka Seltzer (AFM) ". a 2/c forum army 
; who's 'getting better looking every day' '. In 
y truck!!! ", A young lady named Lisa who put a 
urn 3-striper libs all year when his total stripes 
Ike - definitely a thalassic midshipman Yet all 
untravelled world whose margin fades forever 
ark and earned your name and you're still a 
3 Keep smiling. 

Paul A. Boyne 



Math (OPS analysis) 

Nuclear Submarines 


Paul loined our ranks from i 

Chicago IS like Annapolis in t 
it always spells trouble (isn't 

though he has criss-crossed 
Paul we're warning you, All n 
know Paul and sure enough y 


• down someday As he says 

, Paul 

• word "glow Now he's going to be Ivans problem!?!'!'! Even 
tiantic over and under he never did catch that mermaid! But 
aids are blue-eyed blondes T-R-0-U-B-L-E "! But we 

le off to the Pacific to try his luck there Paul, good luck and 
j black and decker's cord doesn't extend past the seven mile 

Robert Corolla 

Port Jefferson 

New York 

Resources Management 

Navy Air 

Bobby C 

Bob arrived that Memorable Day in June fresh from Ward Melville high He was so attached, 
he became a three year veteran of the Senior Prom Well, at least hell never run out of 
champagne glasses, or dates, come to think of it Rooming with Rich (Univensty of the Red- 
woods) Emmons during the summer taught Bob some of the finer points of life, but cutting hair 
wasn't one of them (Face it. the razor was just too sharp) As it turned out. Bobby had a problem 
0, but nobody caught it until Second class year Actually, without his inability 
I driveway, club 3000 would be nonexistent and wed have never came to 
io well Thanks roommate Despite his temporary misdirection. Bob has 
shown us what perseverance is all about He stuck with lax and put up with the Fat Man' when 

Natural Light', (he was awesome too, huh Ploofer') And lining up on the other end became 
something to look forward too because of him Just like beating heavies every year it II be hard 
to forget those road trips m the Lude with the Moody Blues and Lil' Oscar ndmg shotgun, or the 
fragrant good mornings' you and the Hulk provided us (Toot) In all honesty though, we owe Mr 
and Mrs C a great deal of thanks If they hadn t guided Bob so well, we never would have 
! huge chow packages, had any lax tailgaters (wear beer holsters), or given 
of him Leigh, and please, make htm get nd of those 
Aide CellaM Roll right, flood right, on two. ready, 

) yard gouge alsi 
ell steps from a 
w Smoke Hall \ 

23rd Company 661 



Richard F. Hans, Jr. 
North Merrick 
New York 
Political Science 
Nuclear Submarines 

A Long Island native. Rich arrived at USNA t 
call the only Midshipman who 
and who had problems keepii 

Rich started out plebe year 
the class of 80 during plebe summer Ever since that day c 
objective in lite to find a wife Nobody can say for sure 

lines on some lucky lady "Are you Catholic? Do you want t 
dance'" Rumor has it that not only doesn't he have a date 

of company spaz What else can you 

, unnanalysis at the precom physical 

upright position? 

2 of the first Dear John [ 

/ of infamy. Rich has livec 

t to have four kids? Do yt 

but we all hope and pray Rich fir 

We all had the utmost respect f( 

often after we graduate and go ( 

Raymond L. Herb 

Aeronautical Engineer 
Nuclear Submarines 

Mere words cannot express th 
him Bringing with him from that 1 

and equally intelligent Kimra We; 
a guy like Ray We all know wha 

library of novels in the company 
digest Shogun in a tew study hoi 
Ray, the first place you inquired \ 

It on in the right quantities). Rich spen 
! Pentagon Nobody has been able to fi 
3 Pentagon or the girls of Georgefowt 

'ties as he climbed the charts to be ranked a 

I only to Funky Winkerbean) 

Dhibian will be on a Nuclear-Powered subm; 

■ separate ways 

what that funny taste in my mout 

We will always remember Ray as 

him and a top knotch person all around To him i 

th.il you both have a rewarding and exciting life 

ict and admiration Ray received from all the 

i^ore difficult for Ray was leaving behind the 
Jer how such a nice girl like Kimra is going to f 
eally like' 

'ay, he did it by reading and accumulating t 
the brigade He was the only guy we knew that could 
^ou^s plus one or two youngster afternoons It you ever needed 
id was his rack You could usually found him there with a book in 
, no one will ever forget the Sunday afternoon during plebe year 
Kevin (Glen) Comer decided to accept an invitation to a class of 
nmate especially will not forget the surprise Ray left him on the 
the night All Ray could say in the morning was. "I was wondering 

T when you needed 

Wadi N. Farach 



Mechanical Engineering 

Honduran Navy 



off the boat" at USNA Communicating was difi 
English as we did pronouncing his hometown 
parallel with his knowledge ot the answer to the question (Menu tor noon me 
understand') But he caught on quickly, and soon became a leader among us Wh 
Farach-onward uprising against the attacking tirsties during plebe summer' Wt 
Mech E for his major and racking for his ECA, we knew that he'd be general m a 
4 Os kept on coming When he wasn't comatose, the Fnto Bangeeko could t 
frantically to fellow Mech E rooms, begging for the answer to a question — and 
It for them Holding a 3 Infinity was hard work for Wads, so he learned to enioy 
I always be found at Fran's, the Chinese Disco, or making his t£ 

nt, usually 
1 forget his 

Nudes' P"* 



' floats in Eastport 


Roy W, Giles 




Nuclear Submarines 


Pamela A, Hi 

Marine taps 

. but now It's fast cars and fi 



Big Blue Binder . That is until you answered the wrong qi 
irong person grading: Tass y'all!!!! Well now you've wised up 
I, first class vacation in the )ungle of subic is just a memory a 
y though you won't have to run the mile on a sub 
I bubble! 

662 23rd Company 

John E, Hoch III 

Nuclear Power 
Captain Decibel 

"Hochenstein" came int< 
Besides sharing his lather's 


1 a strong naval heritage 
*ings Then blindness set 

Jack, known for his spending sprees on stereo 
highest fidelity he had to have the highest volume, too! Nothing beat 200 watts/channel i 
music from those 4 wildmen from L A Van Halen He still cant figure out why Valerie marrie 
Eddie (Good with his fingers. I tell you!) It's too bad we never did get to see the second encor 
of Van Halens Tuesday night concert during Actramid Of course, this way we've still got oi 
CQPR's. our hearing, and an A' m conduct! 

Jack IS also a certified, bordering on lifetime, member of the 99% club {i e dealing in fema 
trade-ins) with females # 2A. 6. and 7 Number 6 did manage to last 2 5 years, but Jack final 

Jack IS also well kn 

own tor h 

aving b 

etier luck tempting late than your average guy He's the 

one we always aske 

If we w 

n accurate weather report; he also "had 

a feeling" about 

night we 

met ou 

r Waterloo on a yacht in the Annapolis harbor' Then we all 

knew he had good lu 

e surv 

ved first class year living in the "voodoo r 

oom "— with the 

he company — 

nd sleeping in the voodoo' rack' Talk a 

out tough! 

All in all he's been 

a good fr 

end an 

d the fleet has gained something from his 

presence (Don't 

ask me what, it |ust 



Lance Corporal Sequoia befriending kit 



Pamela A. Horine 

Falrview Heights 



Marine Corps 

Pam came from 


not Chicago) and traded in an all expense paid t 

p to Germany to 

a four year hitch on 

the beau 

iful sh 

ores of the Severn She soon found that ca 

mp Annapolis wa 


even though she was rooming with an angel An Italian was enough of an 
d from the midwest but a singing cheerleader at 6am (G-0-O-O-M-O-R-N I- 
too much! By Christmas, Pam only had to cope with a civilian-minded 
)m an all girls Catholic high school Pam made il through plebe year 
I and into youngster year witthout succombing to organic chem or the l-don't-care- 
second-year syndrome College selection mght rolled around and USNA won out Second class 
year started out a little shakey-chemical engineers start at 28,5O0'!-and the plebes paid the 
price Celestial Nav, Biblical Chemistry (I can tell you where it isn't but I don't know where it is!!) 
And wires made for long days and even longer nights Academics and fencing occupied most of 
her time but Pam sIiH managed to hike the canyon and ski Killington First class cruise was great- 
they said it couldn't be done-but nothing could change the green heart ot a future marine Well. 
Pammer. four years hasn't been long enough to get me to wear a spiffy. shine my leathers like 
Frams or march in step but some things just won't change! » /ou still don't understand Italian!) 
Anyway-take care of yourself and knock em dead Go Corps! Ciao 

Michael R. Huffman 
North Carolina 
Mechanical Engineering 
Civil Engineering 

Mile stormed into USNA from the hills of North Carolina; the lar 
and narrow views Growing up without shoes prepared him for the rugged life, and he met the 
challenge of plebe summer with ease His transition to civilized society did have its traumatic 
moments, like his first assault on navy-issue linen (just because you lie on your rack doesn't 
mean you can make it ) 

Always the aggressor on the athletic field. Mike quickly proved his ability In plebe boxing, he 
fought with the grace of a wounded buffalo trapped tn a box canyon, but the end justified the 
means {messy-messy') His competitive drive continued though Hand vs Gland when he de- 
lighted us by tying his opponent into knots and dropping him on his head {how does the world 
look from down there, Worls') 

the rocket's class, three stripes, and second place to spnester in the hairy wildman contest 
Mike wilt also be remembered for his argumentive ability and opinionated expressions He has 
never conceded an argument, but how can you lose when you have the ability to ignore the 

Our leader wants t 

light up his life' in the Surface Nuclear Navy after graduation, and those 

ho have followed 

im hope that he gets his wish They don't march on ships, do they' 

t will never be the same Will eyes right " ever be the same for 23' Enjoy 

e to the fullest out 

here, we wish you the best Don't worry, the sharks can t see you either! 

Kurt J, Kammerer 
New Jersey 
Naval Architecture 
Nuclear Submarines 

Kurt, a go-nuker to the core, came to us from Exit 5 off the Jersey turnpike A tru< 
Kurt always seemed to be fighting against one thing or another Who can forget hi! 
membership in the club 3000 and his being one of the original fearsome fivesome anc 
Damned "Who's wearing civies' you don't see this you're dreaming! w 

Don't worry Kurt, well always be around to drive you out of the stadium Well always 
his "big fig" and the buMett and black parties. "One more time' . his weekends in N 
insane army and Thrift Inn parties, and his much deserved captaincy of the sailing i 
found being a narc wasnt all that challenging The challenging part was staying awa 
true rackhound. perfected the arts of osmosis and sleep-debate to heights heretolor 

Kurt earned his duckmaster nickname in a manner unmentionable here 
Rodney Dangertield in Caddyshack who stepped on a duck"'" It never did seerr 
him as much as it did those around him Thanks. Kurt, tor your adventurous, fighting 
sense of humor, and. of course, your balding crown They have kept us going in the t 
times Good luck and fair sailing' 

oughest of 

23rd Company 663 

Scott D, Miller 

Delray Beach 



Naval Flight Officer 


Scott came to ttie Naval Academy from sunny Flo 
the wing of "BMF" He quickly djstinguished himsel 
tiarbinger of til winds, and sampler of spirited bevera 
Scott's academic performance simmered to a st 
magnon man, Scott epitomized the strong, macfio, 
wasn't Scott established himself as a "guba " by I 
tiome for two straight Chnstmases on crutches 
volleyball Sweating grades, acting in councils, anc 
During first set plebe detail. Killers old torch w; 

empty shower, layers of blankets, and those alligat( 
and Bubbles fair winds and following seas 
The Barn 

ood times 
light The bi 

Kevin P. New/meyer 






Kevin came to the Academy from the deep south Even through people from that part of the 
country have a funny accent, he seemed to have adapted well to the lifestyle of the "Damn 
Yankees" Like the good old clean cut American boy that gets accepted to the Naval Academy, 
he was an excellent student in high school, a fine soccer player, and had kept his high school 
sweetheart He eventually learned how to be a plebe (and remember his rates) 

Youngster year was one of emotional surprises He started out by rooming with the Spic and 
Captain Decibel This year was full of road trips to Quinnipiac College 

made innumerable road trips to QC 

Second class year was the time tor Kevin to improve his grades 
weekends, including one weekend in D C where he lost his glasses, mir 
the ring dance and as expected, Kevin got engaged 

After enjoying Japan on cruise, Kevin returned for first class year ai 

:ided to glow Best 

Kathy keep an eye < 

William P 




Marine Engineering 

Nuclear S 


Wild Bill 


d company's own 

Campbell County c 

amel came to 


Academy from the 

Kentucky Plebe summer saw the start of a ne 


style for "Wild Bill 

, including his first 

shoes, inside 

plumbing, andcit 

-style vittles 


his first night of a 

cut foot and "sque 

bed springs. 

Bill began his lov 

e mi 


He quickly 

saw that the rack 

was going fob 

= a ve 


. pro 

viding his required 

hours a day 

Dt sleep Arising o 

caisionally du 

DwI a 

the rest of the ba 

spent plebe 

ear engrossed in 


and thought 

of K 


year saw Bill and 

Kimmy becon 

e se 

lously attached ar 

d her acceptance 

out that aching le 

ave back. Bill 

Captain St 

to second class yea 

r with new de 


leans and lockey 

Wasting no 

me returning to 

the rack afte 

leave. Bill spent 


/ear in thoughts o 

motorcycles, and cars, not to mention councils 

The barn will never forget the smashed toe, shoulder pads. I 
present "signal bridge". We wish Bill, Kim, Bubba. Duke. Bron 
others the very best and good luck m the future Dive! dive! 

, Raoul. Mandmgo, Chang, and 

Alan F. Mangan 
Ocean Engineering 
Marine Corps 

Known to his friends by various nicknames like Mangs, Crazy Mangs. Karbunkle and Nick. Alan 
was one of the wildest wildmen of 23 Coming from the University of Florida and Chi Phi, Alan 
won the hearts of his classmates, but had a tendency to rouse his roommates Remember 
room purges with Stace, Bobby C and Bone? Yours was the first Alan's puppy-dog eyes were 
killers You vowed never to live with Bone again after plebe year, but like Oscar and Felix, he 
found you on his doorstep, 2/c year, with a foxtail in hand and agreed to let you clean the room 
for a year Remember weekends in the loft AP Alan has habits which are well known to alt Six 
am nose blows, "warning signal bridge", sink on mach 10, the list goes on and on Time for a 
study break AI? See you tomorrow morning Mangs had a good outlook on academics If he 
couldn't solve the problem he slept on it "Why do you persecute me so. Bone'" Alan was 
always easy to spot in a crowd He was the one with a tracy haircut and geekers on You do have 
class Alan Alan devoted three years to the Navy crew team but found his true love on the rugby 
field No one had as many girtsfnends as Mangs in the four years at USNA "Variety is the spice 
of life, eh'" Alan you really are loved by all of us in 23 One of us will miss you more than 
everyone else and you know who that is You taught me a lot Alan I learned what having class 
meant by living and week-ending with you How many roomies went off together ever^ 
like us? Good luck to you Mangs Dont be surprised if someday when you're walking t 
of Hong Kong you hear a certain voice cry out Maaannnngaaannn! 


664 23rd Company 

Linda A, Petrone 




General Warfare 


Linda comes to us from Bowie. Md with the advantage ( 
or at least some of the ways U Dahlgren Hall wasn't so da 
more help both as a roommate and classmate plebe summer As it 
dous help by preventing me (rom literally killing the cheerleader 
Having the 'all-girls-Cathohc-schoor' background presented somewhat of a problem though 
She really didnt know what to do with roommates who returned from Saturday night liberty 
under the influence Her first solution was to hide the aspirin, set the alarm early Sunday 
morning and talk ewtremely loud when roommates awake and are hungover Being Italian wasn't 
such a bad deal She can cook fantastic lasagne and really knows her pizza Cruises were always 
a good time Naturally youngster cruise was on one of those Greyhounds of the Severn The 
underway time wasn't that great but the ports were unbeatable Second class summer proved 

taken so long to get to Aunt Roses Fortunately you had those marvelous personal defense 
classes and were able to handle the purse thieves m the bus station From there we move 
moved to the USNA/Oceana Welcome back to the fry trap and welcome to the world of dirty 
old men Dam neck existed along with LCDR Mann From there we move to Quartico At least 
now Linda knows why she doesn't want to be a Marine 

As we know nothing lasts for ever (we really get to leave this place after 4 years ) Here's 
wishing you the best in the future Thanks (or alt the laughs and good times. 

Mark R. Ploof 



Mechanical Engineering 

Nuclear Power 


This young wildman came to us from the frozen wastes of Minnesota, where he left behir 
lot of snow and a fair blonde maiden Four years later, the snow still hasn't melted and met 
has the love of the young maiden, at least the return address on all of those letters he ( 
hasn't changed (I love you!) However, much has happened in that time Ploofer began 
tenure at the Naval Academy by reminding us all that "plebes are the only thing lower t 
whale crap " However. Mark has certainly risen above all that In (act. he probably reached 
highest point in his Naval Academy career on the wall right behind the chapel (the nt 
s grades were never anything to look down upon either It was his hearing we w 



about Of 

ourse not all of Mar 

s time w 


ee to 

unding me 

Tibers of ttie buffet and black rr 



er type parties within 




^ant contr 

bution to company 

sports pie 


trisbee To trnd ttiis out all you 



tall. Mark 

s laid back manner an 

d helpful a 


ot a 

friend to h 

ave around So go nu 


! (And then Minnesota gas ; 

Charles Ray III 



Aerospace Engineering 

Navy Air 


■> from Georgi 

i (NMN) c 

whole company knew it C Ray made sure 
le Falcons. Hawks, and of course the streaking Atlanta Braves He 
out any team m any sport Accused of being unimaginative by a 
iliated by putting toothpaste in between the guys oreo cookies 
ed that he wanted to room with Charles since he seemed like the 
Youngster year C Ray set up three classmates with his pretty 

and V 

■ Two- timing at the start of thi 
lat she was a psychic and < 
e thought she put a hex on hin 
He battled all year- 'Th 
class A veteran o( two Thrift Inn parties, he 
"Everyone should experience a 3000 series " 
managed to spend a grand (underway (or four 
over plebe summer He'll use his Aero major di 
navy pilot Godspeed to you C Ray 

Timothy B. Rebhorn 
Resources Management 
Nuclear Submarines 


I fort 


would never get c 

Scanlan in unfollowed f 

right direction In only 15 days Rebs single- ha ndedry 

jidnt have a real major) 

i that Rebs was « 

Rebs couldn't 

By the time you 

right for a week. 

wardroom rat from the beginning, "Dallas " and "Dynasty" 
Rebs IS definitely one of the pure-breed wildmen He will go d 
Lengyel. Gchrke. and WeNsley Wherever he goes (nuke air?)t 
of 23 By the way. where is the orange prelude, the world 

I not be forgotten by the boys 

23rd Company 665 

David E. Sneddon 
Colorado Springs 
Marine Corps 
Sneddy Bear 

Sneddy bear appeared at the gates of t 
responsibilities of student life at the Uni\ 
Dave quickly fell under the influence of th 
During his plebe year the seeds were pi, 
unyielding male chauvanism, an affinity U 
spirit and a desire for bold action at the 
"Black N Sally" and the spring f. 

) escape the 
; youngster, 
ver grateful 

ring < 

I youngster year ■ 

way?), and unauthorized overnight guests in Hotel Bancroft Academics presented no pr 
to Dave because after all, he was a jock and they're allowed to have lower grades' Havi 
the gauntlet of service community picnics during protramid. Dave felt his personality be; 
the Marines, and his psychological disorder was confirmed first class summer with a vol 
three week vacation at airborne school 
We hope Dave finds the excitement he's looking for in the Marine Corps, but if not. we'i 

Good luck to a true wildman 

Thomas P. Spriesterbach 

Mi Wuk 



Navy Air 


If someone once said, life is but a 

tage and « 

e are merely players." Iher 


the back working the lights All |okes 

aside 'the 

human eyebrow has added a little something 

extra to |ust about everyone Take fo 

giving El to the classes of 

80. '81. and 82' in 

addition to countless others in our o 

wn 83 Besides who could possibly 

breaks both arms falling backwards o 

ut of a parked car additionally, his dec 

ication to duty was 

inspiring Single-handedly, the each d 

rank some 

fifty-odd "beat army crush 

" sodas to support 

the Brigades worst army pro|ect Th 

s spirit wa 

s also noted in his athletic 

endeavors He was 

probably the only varsity ( ? ) sailor wit 

h the capability to calculate streamline 

sand potential flow 

around the boat while maintaining a s 

ailing gas f 

actor in the negative numbers l^aybe it is time 

to change the subject! Lets talk about Arbutu 

, f^aryland and that lovely 


Alice, who has immobilized this young 

man for the past few years and will do so for many more 

to come Never before has mankind witnesse 
Professionally speaking, Alice is definitely th 

i such a level of control 

hat we see in this 

commanding officer, but 

we can't hold that 

against him No. when all has been 

said and d 

one. the grinch who has b 

een terrorizing the 

Whoville of Bancroft Hail for the past 

four years 

IS the greatest We all wish 

you the very best 

Fair winds and following seas! 

John M, Scanlan 



Mechanical Engineering 

Marine Corps 


Coming from Scanlan 

s mountain vi 

Ohio state and NAPS. John came to 23rd 

company to be 

our very own 'Fireplug- 

How could 

we ever forget such antics as death chow 

skits, tackling the company commander, and getting caught trying to steal the company staHs 

swords' How about tha 

big batt stink 

John' John's unique domestic life was fil 

-he never quit moving! V 

Vhen he wasn 

t awaiting mail or listening to Springsteen. 

he was playing 

rugby He was never kno 

wn to waste 

me doing anything and holds the Bancroft 

hall record tor 

the fastest head call 14 

seconds' His 

worst fear was in having to go to sleep at 

ight John 

couldn't even take a nap 


on because the rack was the only place where he couldn't 

"warp out" Johns fine 

aste in automobiles was a source of great speculation 

n the company 

as we constantly tried t 

guess what 

was going to break down next Forever t 

he lad.es man. 

John could always be cc 

unted on to 

ring "interesting" dates to the dances 

but you really 

action to app 

-i and the royal 

high master of the supreme high council. John's warped but creative mind wa 

always put to 

William C 
Nuclear ! 

good use 

23rd company was a much livelier place because of him - who could ever forget John"s i 
and a laugh that penetrated walls ? The members of the barn wish John the best of luck ii 
corps and with future female encounters After all John, time is running out! Take care! 
The Barn 

Michael F. Silva 
Hermosa Beach 
Political Science 
Naval Flight Officer 

Here we have another wildman fro 

m that golden state of California During plebe year M 

made quite an impression with his fir 

St class when he amazed those on detail with his "bar 

ability to defend his 

room from rec 

ns (naked on top of a desk with a bayonet) Mike a 

impressed his firstie 

s with his ingen 

ity to disguise himself during a "birthday party" with 

black net sock bag 

However, he managed to leave behind his cup that he used to soak t 

lirstie Not to worry 

though. It only had his name and alpha on it Mike didn t spend all of 

time with Recons In 

fact, most of hi 

entire four years at the Academy was spent cleaning 

room A stickler lor 

neatness, the su 

rest way to get Mike upset at you was to disarrange 

blotter and other art 

cleson his desk 

Of course Spriesterbach often took advantage ot this a 

usually received a h 

ead lock for his 


Mike was always 

he most popular 

guy during National Hispanic week, despite his morn 

quarters announcerr 

ents reminding 

us of his ancestoral origins During his last years at t 

Academy. Mikes trL 

e loves were his 

bear (exit 9 off the Jersey turnpike) and his RX-7 

A hard worker. Ml 

e was a valuable 

riend to have around when things needed to get done 

things considered. W 

lassmate We all wish him luck for the future, and III s 

you down in Pensacola 

Scott M.S 
Surface Lin 





666 23r(j Company 

William C. Stacia. Jr. 



Naval Architecture 

Nuclear Submarines 


quickly distinguished himself as a plebe destined (or stripes bj 

ually sweating the load, and his penchant for wearing "geeker* 

eHect* throughout his years at USNA and was attectionately I 

by his frustrated roommates Bills physical endeavors can only be described as a lesson in 

masochistic patn Starting with judo and (inally embracing rugby as the prime sport (or pain, Bill 

smashed in judo and rugby or those sprained toes (rom 'rando-mg' too much Stacy's driving 
passion throughout his years at USNA was his beautitui fiancee Donna In (act, Bubba Duke was 
the only mid to have his own home away from home when the rigors of 6 stripes got too much 
Bill will be remembered by us as a man ot high talent, cool intellect, and a warm heart Spnes 

. Virginia 

ncan Boy " 

and Scrote w 
good buddy, 
S,S & T S 

J Donna the t 

1 the future and on the ' 

Scott M. Sundt 
Fort Atkinson 
Physical Science 
Surface Line 

Twenty-third company's "missing link" surfaced from the fleet to spend a year at NAPS 
before arriving at USNA After laughing his way through plebe summer, Scott's colorful plebe 
year included the football meat squad, various drunken stupors, and a pistol shoot that resulted 
in 1 10 demerits Did you ever find that uniform, Scott ' Another highlight of plebe year included 
a football movement order to Pittsburgh where he met his future wife Diane, whom he thur- 
oughly impressed during June week with a class "A" offence for driving in the yard The year 
ended with a much sought after and well deserved cruise on a YP love boat Old age soon 
settled, atterwhich youngster year saw Scott forsake the football for a diet of sodas and his all- 
time favorite— manicotti Never one to waste water, Scott continued through Third and Second 
class year with a certain "air* about him and a pile of clothes that multiplied His engagement to 
Di brought on a craving tor blocks to give his ten Neandrathite children As a member of the 
barn, Scott was a mainstay m council meetings, and late night philosophizing, where the mellow 
throngs of Judas Priest and Ted were not uncommon Scott will always be remembered tor his 
stellar physique and an affinity to rip underwear off his roommates The barn wishes Scott and 
Di the best of luck in their future together 

Kevin B. Talbert 



Political Science 

Naval Flight Officer 


Until he appeared one day at USNA. Kevii 
known as 'America " Tab wanted the Nav 

hibernating bears His knockout June week c 
was ready for the big time- living on 2-0 with 
didn't rate being there Having your own gr 
And who can forget Lizardman or the Tribunal' At years 
to become a truckdnver, the other to be a California 
summer was a good time as the adventures of Sammy i 
class year hit with full force- wires especially- but Kevin w 
little extra time for the good things in lite- girls, coun 
semester saw Thrift Inn parties, a heavyweight football cf 
school ot acrobatics, and the Florida Keys driving trip wi 
went back to NAPS for detail Too bad about those O's! y 
graduation to become a fine NFO Best of luck to you. 

Mark T. Watson 



Aerospace Engineering 

Naval Flight Officer 


Straight from the beautiful be. 
the way of being as laid-back 

was an inhabitant of TiHin. Ohio, r 
Academy so bad that he gtadiy spent a year at 
5be year was the sport for him Unfortunately, he 

his miseries quickly 'Voungster year Tab 

I 2-0 was like mid heaven- even OBI-WAN 

hop. etc what more could one ask for? 

rs end Kevins roommates both left- one 

bum Fortunately for Tab. 2/c 

; began to unfold Then Second 

rt- as a Poly Sci major, he had a 

SIC, and a lot of beer Second 

-ishrp aided by the Kevm Talbert 

Over first class summer. Kevm 

iM be headed to Pensacola after 

f Calif 

I never let being a midshipman stand in 
possible Contrary to popular belief, his nickname, Wats 
i (God-forbid) nothing to do with his love of double-e and Ue 
did not almost flunk his pre-com due to permanent rack burns Mark's love of academia is 
typified by his favorite study position (horizontal) No true wildman will ever forget his four 
consecutive years of HBO {in various homes), his co-founding of buffet and black parties, or his 
late night walks " By the way, Wats, which way is the anchor tending? (By Marks late night 
calculations bancroft hall has not drifted in 137 years ) Always ready for a party. Wats was an 
"anytime, anywhere " type ot guy, and it is fortunate that the times and places were restricted 
knowledge The majority of Marks time was spent sailing to one place or another First class 
year he sailed across the Atlantic 

ure to 


that an 


Mark will b 

e londly 


by all the 

wildmen of 23 

It will 


^-14 p 

lot who 

Wats in hi 

at You 

e a 

n NFO for 


but keep your 

Tief ir 

and in 

the meantime keep the 


your SIX 

23rd Company 667 


668 23rd Company 

Mark J. Alevizos 
Political Science 
Nuclear Power 

Mark hailed to USNA (rom 

evening meal formation or i 

Known as the Greek God t 

I the f 

i bright white ( 

What kind ot mid do you think Mark was? A real (bull) mid, of course How else could Vrcc. a 
poll SCI major who spent 1 /c cruise in civies and docksides m Europe, go Nuke Especially when 
four years ago the only sub the Minneapolis Apollo knew was for lunch 

Mark we'll be laughing with you all the way to the bank — us with our tans and you wrth the 
submariners tan — shades ot white At least you'll be warm mstde — glow baby, glow It all comes 
out in the wash though 20 years from now Take Care and Good Luck. Vezos' 

Douglas F. Barnhurst 
Systems Engineering 
Naval Flight Officer 

Bonton came to the school for lazy systems engineers from a small home in Wallingford, PA 
He left behind a small family of six and an easy life at Villanova in order to excel and get away 
from girls Doug, you see, is a perfect example of why all male children should have at least 1 
hfother and fewer than 4 sisters 

Plebe year was pretty uneventful for Bug He did learn the U VA, fight song, but that perfor- 
mance didn't go over very well He got along well with Jeery. 

Youngster year was almost as exciting as a sharp stick in the eye for our young Mr Barndog 
He participated with group Alpha, but missed out on Bravo It was also about this time that 
Deuce discovered his drinking prowess and his rivalry with Lee Majors Mdn 2/C Barnhurst 
really came into his own when he joined "the room with everything" My what a fun filled year 
they had! Mere words cannot express the sheer zanmess of these guys or their madcap antics 
All good things must come to an end, but so did 2/C year Cammie and Tony moved into the ECA 
presidents" room and our hero joined the Bob & Doug room ('Ow's it goin' eh?) Could he survive 
the mental stress created by rooming with Bonk? Well, Tony was always next door, and two 
short knocks followed by one long would send the elf scampering over there for a brief repose 

champions of Stall 2 Whom do you think wrote this anyway? 

Robert T, Bianchi 
New Jersey 
Navy Air 

Bert, the itahan guy from New Jersey, came here with no teeth and a steel wheel, but ready to 
play lax just the same B-foul made it through his early years at the Academy because ot his 
unique brand of military bearing acquired under the wing of J-foul and company He'd have the 
chance to return the favor when K-foul (the foulest yet) came to town Biancs has the uncanny 
talent ot talking his way out of -or into - anything that might come up Its a good thing too, 
because he had to use his talent a lot The man with the silver tongue could often be found 
talking his way out of trouble at school and into trouble with girls off campus Hacksaw Reynolds 
can take a lot of credit (or blame) for helping Bert along Biancs really owes you. Bob All those 

greatfully remembered Bobby must have known he was going to be elected lax captain as a 
senior because he started his three striper libs second semester- sophmore year This 3 year 
starter was very quick with his stick, hence the name quickdraw Laid back off the field, but 
intense on the field, Bert was a great leader by example Fortunately the plebes didnf see his 
room Felix Unger he ain't' But the ice box" could always rely on clean mirrors (is there a 
mirror on the visor of an F-14' Is there a visor') The temperature m Pennsicola will probably 
drop a bit. but I think they're ready for him Well miss you. Bert, but the Bianchi dynasty will not 
die There's two down and two to go 

TodcJ W. Bostock 
Political Science 
Naval Flight Officer 

Todd grew up in the hicktown of Wmdber. Pennsylvania, He is known lor hts quick wit and 
philosophical questions as; Does the Mafia really exist? Should a person be allowed to write on 
another's banana? And, how do you get a date to go to Army? Speaking of Army Bo. how is Kay 
doing? You may as well ask her to Army agam, seeing that you really want to go by yourself 
anyway We still don't know which took up most of your time second class year, studying the 
alphabet or studying wires One of Todd's great responsibilities as second class company 
commander was the Navy Goat Towel Rep He was charged with the duty of selling 35 towels 
and somehow ■misplaced" 20 Have another buck. Bo! The mam reason why Todd doesn t have 
any friends is that he never lets anyone borrow his rowboat We really enjoyed the past four 
years together, even though you were quick to anger, we formed a friendship that will last 
forever Rest m peace J R K. 
B K and M Q 

24th Company 669 

Daniel J. Evans 

Recources Management 
Naval Supply Corp 

strke of luck because he is color blind Evs was never really sure if this was the place for him He 
hooked up with the 150-lb football team and this gave him a purpose for being here Still, if it 
weren't tor John, this kid would have been history before Herndon 

But then again, there isn't enough space in this whole book to describe what J V has done for 
so many guys who were no different from myself The spring of Second class year will be 
remembered as the time that he met Bob. or alias Mr Rage Many times were had with that 
man and the words allowed to be printed here couldn't describe half of them! Thanks for the 
good times Mr R Danny went through a lot of roommates here, mainly because he's so easy to 
live with But if it weren't for Bert and Stapes, he'd still be looking tor a place to live 1 need to 
thank you two guys for just putting up with me The ice box will live forever We went through a 
lot together and I know I wouldn't mave made it without your help Lastly, of course, there are 
two people I need to thank most of all Thanks Mom and Dad, for the phone bills, the gas money, 
and alt the rest o( the material things But most of all thanks for all the support you gave me over 
the last four years. And Tommy, thanks for giving me such a good example to follow! 
D J.E 

R. Wayne Fairchild 

Computer Science 
Navy Air 

■'Wayno". a nickname known well throughout the brigade Too bad the administration could 
never figure that one out for good ole Ralph Mellow in attitude and nature, but intimidating as — 
! In looks, Wayno commanded and got the respect of many throughout his stay at our great 

could attain a 2 8 CQPR We can attribute that to his being a varsity N-winner crew )Dck— he 
was able to improve upon his osmosis study habits after each day of practice Ralph saw the 
light in his last year and became one of 24's rookies Remember 24s p-rade wins only came 
when Wayno was amongst us on Warden field Wayno. alias midshipman yoohoo to all his fellow 
partiers, always justified his relentless chugging of that "action dnnk" on the athletic field; be 
that field grass, water, snow Wayno was always 100 0/0 You could say Wayno had an 

uncanny ability to analyze our problems and give us the exact solution or reasoning that we 
needed And if it weren't for his fantastic building skills, how would we have ever been able to 
watch Furillo and Davenport in a wardroom transformed out of a ghetto How about 24's 
greatest crip and that navy air Billet! Wayno definitely earned that spot on the Navy's team of 
show boys Everyone keep an eye on Wayno out in the fleet-he will be one ol, it not the best, 
naval aviator to come out of Pensacola m a long time Wayno was special to all of us. but to one 
who hopes to be hts squadron mate, he was a brother When the going gets tough. Wayno gets 
going or says "oh well" 

Sean S. Buck 




Navy Air 


Sean is from Dallas now but he spent his high school days in Indianapolis. Indiana Boy. those 
were the days He went with some the most beautiful girls and he brought his habit with him to 
the Academy Now he's got one tor keeps, or she's got him. its hard to tell about those things 
sometimes And how he does it will forever remain a mystery The girls love him even if he does 
wear a Size 14 shoe and talk in his sleep, and sometimes when he gets going He develops an 
aura about himself so thick you can see it, (They dont call his room the locker room for 
nothing) Us okay though, you just have to watch what he eats But Sean's as good a friend as 
you could ever need Hes very easy going and he'll do anything in the world for you He s fairly 
easy to predict because he always does his best and the results are seldon less than great He 
supports the Naval Academy and the 24th company whole heartedly but he's not the kind of guy 
that goes around telling everybody about it He works hard enough to get what he wants, the 
problem was deciding what he wanted He s finally decided on the only real career Navy Atr 
Watch out P-cole An N-Star winner in tennis and a good all around athlete. Sean is an asset in 
everything he endeavers Look out fleet, Here comes a good one 

Thomas R. Criger 

Simi Valley 

Resources Management 

Navy Pilot 

Political S 

Surviving plebe year, despite the t 

f beaches of Southern Calif, looking for the "Mellow 

r pig. Cubes 

ungster syndrome 3rd class year found Tom involved wil 
3y 2nd class year. Cuber had already punchei 
?s never reflected it Actramid brought into question Tom's n 
d up as part of the Severn At the close of 2nd class year. Tom 
{afast car and a good woman, vice-versa?)- Cubes has hissigt- 
after graduation Go rack-beat USNA! 

I times 

button for graduation although his 

670 24th Company 

Robert L, Gross. Jr. 
Scotch Plains 
New Jersey 

Mechanical Engineering 
Navy Air! 

longer II hardly seems like that s 
a menially well-adjusted mdividu 

Plebe yea 

was 4 years at the Academy which was 
: was something that had been brewing t 
advance condition as Bobbys could ha\ 
■ the space of only 4 years But i( nothing else. USNA 

iel( m the attachment o( "Ziggy" a small stuHed Ziggy 

Mened Ziggys existance 

ased This may have been due to natural causes or 

Youngster year the symstoms 
perhaps they made Bobby sleep in the reactor room on his sub once too often It was about this 
time we noticed Bobby having trouble with the English language, and tor the lirst time consid- 
ered the possibility that English might be his second language None o( us had a clue as to what 
his (irst might be But he cries o( What the Christ'" kept us all guessing 

since early childhood, yes, "Bonkers Exploits and zany antics has earned him tame tew people 
can honestly say they have shot themselves m the head But Bonk had other claims to lame as 
well He did lead the Co Lightweight football team to 2 winning seasons, one in the playolls He 
did survive Rocket Reeds Heat Transler class, even without the gouge He made one hell ol a 
two striper Thais cut and dry And as First Lt he ran a taut ship-tnsuring everyone striped their 
racks came laundry day We're all going to miss Old Bonk, but its lime for him to take his place 
in the fleet, soaring amoung the clouds. Its about time, his head has been floating up there since 

Kevin T, Hale 



Political Science 

Supply Corps 

Nicknames to numerous to mention. 

The man with a million names arrived at USNA still wet beh 
lakefroni metropolis ot Chicago Any innocence however was c 
Flea, and Embryo head who took to heart Their sacred mission 
guy (And he is still exhibiting his appreciation to those three i 
midshipman hood by staying far away Irom them) After a plebe year, made substantially easi 
by the blessing of T-tables. K T came back to Canoe U Ready to give his all to Navy track only 
end up light weight crew and then back on track m a series of moves that had the marking ottic 
battled Meanwhile back on the ranch K T s semi-studly academic performance second da 
year kept him off the weekend list for some time, inevitably though he would land on his feel , 
first class year got oft to a rousing start K T began on the right foot by garnering a black 
causing him to spend many a restricting night pondering the mysteries of wires and taps boarc 
but as long as the light at the end of the lunnel isn't another freight tram hope springs eternal 

ickly snuffed out by Pinhead. 
making li'l ole K T in a tough 
amples of studly "real man'" 

Robert B. Herzog 




Nuclear Power 


Rob. Bob, Zog (never did get his name right!) arrived to Canoe U from the great state ol 
Delaware' Oaklahoma? Washington? (Oh well never did gel his stale right either) Rob was an 
'academic stud", he geeked out plebe year and took a break the remaining three years Rack. 

couldn't function His famous magis words, "Oh I don't have a date for the dance* never failed 
to be disproven Youngster year, Rob kept busy between "A and B ' group, the green bucket, 
yes of course, the remodeling of Dahlgren Hall's Bnck wallM! Talk about a stud, nobody could out 
do Rob, whether it was swimming in whites in the Chesapeak Bay or zooming through the 
Marine Corps marathon (you're welcome tor the gloves) yes, he did it all Robs love for 
schooling intensilied diring his youngster and Second class year You could say he became a two 
school student, and Academy on the weekdays and trinity on the weekends Mr Generous" 
was Robs nickname, well at least to Ma Bell He always seemed to contribute huge sums of 

, Rob, 

iCity I 

a days falling in love with "the bib apple " 1 
cruise This IS where Rob became a lady killer With the start of first class academic year. Rob 
forgot his old interest m search for new ones Let's just say he didn t have to go far The biggest 
joke for Rob during the year was becoming academic officer This actually gave him something 
to do study hour Rob has been a great friend He's always ready to help anybody at anytime He 
will be missed by everyone and Rickover's Navy is I 

Brian Kulick 




Nuclear Power 



, Pa , Bri 


: City ; 


)wn to his classmates as the s 
3t USNA with the hopes ot being i 
t wear glasses Deciding plebe year was pretty l 
are enjoyable than plebe rates The next year 
J his weekends, including Fridays Road trips to the Casino city were not uncom- 
mon to Brian and his friends whether or not they were on a weekend These trips truley made 

home He even managed to tell the GOD that studying could not increase a 4 First class year 
brought nuclear roots, plebe detail, the twin, and company commander He mastered the p- 
rade sequence the first time out. but, it took three times, or 120 minutes, before Dan E Forth 
survived the 40 minute drown Brian plans to jom the ranks of Adm Rrckover and LCDR caii-me- 
Bob, and after his first successful tour on subs, who knows where this gambling tool will go We 
wish Brian the best of luck because we have a feeling that he will need it 

24th Company 671 

Vincent J. McAneney 
Cherry Hill 
New Jersey 
Physical Science 
Marine Air 

Vince came to the Academy from exit 4, New Jersey, otherwise known as Cherry Hill He was 
a highly recruited football player out of high school, but a certain defensive back coach had 
different ideas He found a home on the 150-lb team, even if his mom did hate to see him so 
skinny Always ready for a challenge. Vince then settled down to the task of academics He 
made through the hardest year - Second class year - with a little help from his friends Thanks, 
Leo, Matt. Bo, Danny,, etc , etc , Vince will be remembered most for his checkered jacket with 
his punk haircut and ray ban sunglasses Vinnie was always a great time when we went out - just 
dont talk about St Louis, and hes fine Another one of the boys who raged with Hacksaw 
Reynolds, Vmce had many good times on the boat and at Frannie O's - if only he could 


was absolute Seriously. 
He would rarely be ir 
boys can't ttiank you i 

mood, always 

John W, Nelson 
Physical Science 
Nuclear Power 

Amazing! This man from a small fishing town in Mass came t 
water in the Severn Never one to bother learning his plebe 
polishing his marching skills He did however learn at least tf 
way Not the hairiest man around, one of Jaw 
htm at watch inspection tor not being freshly 

A certain blind date youngster year causes hi 
go anyplace else " Always proud to be a "scientist", Jawn neve, 
spell, and to this day he can't spell his roommates name Nellii 
one of "the world's two slowest humans " John professional! 
result, became a "two stnpah " A very friendly chap. Nellie < 
pistachios, a biting wit, and a horrible singing voice Joh 
when he enters the silent force "I may be a Buddah, 

biggest I 

D this day to say "Wendy 

th an accent as thick as the 
Nellie spent many an hour 
I law of the Navy, the hard 
came when the OOD fried 

forever be remembered a 

always be counted on fc 
»e a valuable ass< 
happy Buddah!" 

I before that t 

Mark A. Lavoie 
East Hartford 
Strategic Weapons 

Mark came to us from NAPS. Well, he was from Connecti 
anyone up there who will admit it 

Plebe year. Mark majored in backgammon and skate guarding and rooted for the Bosox 
Being the manager for the hockey team earned him great respect and, more importantly, 

and wore it proudly whenever he got a chance to go uncovered 

Youngster year was more of the same Mark moved on to bigger and better(') things Thanks 
for organizing the group Alpha and bravo "excursions ' Good times to be had by all' He was very 

Junior year (sorry, 2/c) found Mark occupied with M*A*S*H and Star Trek (and Dahlgren of 

how he came up with a wife and a bunch of kids during this time 

job proved once and (or all he should have gone to Conn Seriously, though, we had good times 
with Mark and he (almost) always took the ribbing in good humor We send him oft to put his 
finger on the button after tad at Dahlgren Hall Best of luck. Mark 

Andre Maraoui 
West Orange 
New Jersey 
Physical Science 
Surface Line 

Andre dragged himsei 
started off his USNA ca 

: Orange N J at the end of his high 
;s down by his plebe summer squad 

Andre gave up a 

Second class year s 
when he's in the map 

' there. 

Saturday nights 

ering and his girlfriend for hours on 

> says that he does his best thinking 

r that there really are other colleges in Maryland than 
making frequent road trips to uphold the fine reputa- 
d to spend his upcoming illustrious Naval career as a 

! fair winds and following seas 



672 24th Company 

Donald T. Ogram. Jr. 

Bel Air 



Nuclear Power 


After spending one tun-fttled year of constant partying and all-around good trmes as a Bio 
Chem ma|or at Johns Hopkins. Don threw his head back, belched and saw the light (actually, it 
was a reflection from hts father's USNA "56 ring ) He made it through plebe sumnner despite 
wearing the weirdest eyeglasses ever constructed by human hands Ogie didn't think it lair that 
the plebe class not be allowed to drag or drive or wear civies. so whenever he got the chance, he 
would |ump into a girl's car. change, and speed into the night After a run-in with a certain mech- 
e prof ( 'D" IS tor DynesI), Don switched over to the math-0 A side ot the house He almost 
didn't make it through youngster year, and if not lor his scrawny roommate and a rather sweet- 
smelling taKicab. would still be wandering aimlessly near West street Never one to forget a 
lavor. D T compensated his buddy tor the hernia and the cab tare by snaking him for the future 
Mrs Ogie 2nd class year, Don could be found either in the barber shop getting his head shaved 
after losing bets with plebes. or m medical dying of appendicitis, which, for some strange 
reason, milk ot magnesia did not cure 

Following graduation. Don will join the silent force, a fitting place tor one of 'The World's Two 
Slowest Humans" It's been tun. Don Fair winds and following seas, godspeed, and all that other 

Mark A. Quartiere 
New York City 
New York 

Electrical Engineering 
Nuclear Submarines 

Wow! Look at what Queens f 
3 give his all to stop. 


him Quartiere definitely sounds lit 
restaurant named the. Pizza Bow 
don't have any bowling alleys in 
practical joker; but his best joke of 

cooking steaks, and watching Dall 

fuzzbuster goes off He also beli 
need; his need Even with all tht 
the world He'll need it on futu 
B.K. &T.B. 

"fast pitch super star" Mark is the only one c 
t he gave the first digit of his thumb and the joi 
t hands claims to be an Italian We don't belie* 

pizza, and secondly, they 
uartz has always been a 

I chimney for Christmas, 

Ti 90 to 55 MPH after the 
a passing lane in times ot 

half hours and brake, smoothly. 

^ — ' 

Alton F. Readen 
Fort Washington 
Political Science 

T gave up c 

= versa? For Alton had his own system. 
: Theory Find Out what the minimum is 
ne a pioneer m the realm of minimum 
m He appeared to be an outstanding 

)n Alton. I 
Tich he labored until he had it perfect* 
t your sights Two notches below that Alton becam 
J began his long, hard climb to the boTtorr 
performer and a promising officer during plebe summer, but, then again, we all were different 
that first summer During AC-year Alton discovered some loopholes and exploited Them He 
found that an S I R Chit could prevent the room from ever being inspected and that everyone 
was ToleranT of a person sleeping 22 hours per day if they thought he had mono Youngster year 

same Rack Readen now really made a name for himself Unfortunately, this name was Awl- 
tun ■ Between Thursday-Tuesday debate weekends and his O A <his rack). Rip Van Readen 
was seen up and about only from 0100 to 0400 This was also The year ot the infamous Indiana 
road trip Moral Nice guys really do finish lasT Next came 2/C year and The room with 
everything (See Sen, Cammy, and Barnhurst, Douggie) IC year the heavy metal king went 
new wave Playing more bow wow wow Than AC / DC must have been a shock for the stereo.but 
his roommates moderating influence helped save its transistors, and Buddy Rich played on and 
on and on and on But this was the year of the car (and what a car') Everyone is still dying to see 
if the first snow will force Tony to leave The T-top on Even if it does, at least the radio finally 

Josh L, Rubin 
Cherry Hill 
New Jersey 
Physical Science 
Navy Air 

Josh "Fred " Rubin came to us from Cherry Hill. New Jersey (exit #4) He was already ; 

always laughing at his squad leader This meant noi 
Josh did have a habit of getting into trouble, but I- 
were numerous recons and chases by Jimmylegs 
Josh that he became a good runner while here, ott 
restricting Once plebe year started 
ance centered around sailing If he 
other country, earning money teac 
(0709 1 1 / 3000) There was also a s 
to believe The truth finally came ol 
The beautiful blond m the passengef 

NAPS Thi; 

IS could stop laughing either 
1 getting away with it There 
h was a midshipman It is lucky for 
! would have spent many weekends 
V much ol Josh agam Rumors o( his disappear- 
ing his letter, he was winning medals m some 
s how to sail, or conducting Rubm enterprises 
lad become a geek, but that is still to incredible 
iS year when he drove up m his new Trans Am 
ring on her finger and a ring through his nose. 
ling Josh seems to have gotten alot out o( his years here, but he gave 
alot also His friendship and sense of humor will be things we all miss We wish you luck m Navy 
Air Josh, |ust let us get out of the way before you start tlymg under bridges- Yabaadabbaadooo! 

24th Company 673 


Dixon R. Smith 
Lake Oswego 


Physical Science 

Uncle Dixon comes t( 
the only plebe on first c 

breaks found Dixon on 

) us from Connecticut/Oregon, Dix soon learned the ropes anc 
ass rates, so he thought! A true nad who always believed anythi 
's only fear of USNA was the barber shops, so he opened his ow 
the slopes where Hosezilda took him to and fro and kept him 
i true love was sailing whether it be Dinghy's or offshore, f 
champion and friend, good luck, thanks for the trim 

Susan M. Smola 

Unrestricted Line 
"Sweet Sue" 

"Smoley " always wanti 


1 astronaut; i 

she entered the Naval Academy and became 
r Force brat, she came to mother 'B' with 
tapeworms in her stomach and dirt in her mouth Her appetite could put football players to 
shame, but she still looks like a toothpick No wonder she never passed the mile until her 
Youngster year The winds from the Chesapeake kept holding her back (the drafts in the field 
house are incredible!) However, she realized her "Snickers" and 'Gummy bears' were over 
he 'target" One thing Sue never ate but should have was 
'Smoley " considered herself worldly That's why on her 1 /c 

lingering touch on the knee made her grow up fast Sticky situation^ Not for 'Sweet Sue"! She 
tells the guy he can't do that Tm a midshipman!" Some of us could benefit from such 
professionalism Sue could always be seen correcting mids' papers or dragging sleepy flips out 
of the rack at the 10 minute chow calls Well be thinking of you when we gaze up at the stars If 
the tower )ump cross your legs, arms at your 

Earl A. Schendell 


North Carolina 

Political Science 


The Pearl 

Earl found his way to Canoe U through all the backroads North Carolina had to otter The 
Pearl delved mto plebe summer with all the gusto of half a Rocky Marcano His boxmg prowess 

despite all his extra marching practice with the dawn patrol. Earl never could seem to master aM 

from the words "study time, ' The Pearl disproved the old saying. Poll Sci, QPR high Rather 
than study, E A would Earl about. ' going unnoticed for hours, only to reappear when the call 

Never one to hide his anger. The Pearl's footprint could be found on many a locker door Earl 
was a courteous young fellow, as evidenced by a letter of apology t 
tragic adventure upon which he and his hairy roommate 

The Pearl could always be counted on to lend aid where needed, and is a good fnend never to 
be forgotten You just can't get nd of it 

Cameron A Sen 


New Jersey 

Aerospace Engineering 

Navy Air 


Cameron A Sen came to us with little more than a swamp tape and a year s supply of Baklava 

m fact, eventually become him (without glasses, thank God) He excelled as a plebe, thanks m 
large part to the mother-like leadership of Jeery Cams temporary lack ol confidence in Navy 
was quickly remedied and his musical background enhanced (we come from uva ) Later. 

this phrase would take on new meaning for group bravo This year was also the beginning of lun 
with coat hangers " and numerous engmeer-hke contraptions that included blank mecha- 
nisms '. rocket launchers, a scrub brush safety device for 'the Fng'. and many door contrap- 

Rhode Isl2 
Political Si 
Supply Co 

Valerie T. ^ 

Surface Lini 

Youngster year was no different The Ini 
s one (don't forget the horse) Second class summe 
e inspected by the now famous 2ndLT Myers That 


m effect), waiting patiently m the dark for plebe laps, or matching soap c 
Midn 1/c Sen had it all together, especially m Georgetown ( good luck w 
finally got the brass duck and squeaky pig lor which he had long been stnv 
rooms should be spared nothing We send Cam oft to be a one-eyed Fl^ 
en/oys F-2s We wont forget you or your dougie 

"abandon r 

I this I 


674 24th Company 


Matthew G. Stapleton 
Rhode Island 
Political Science 
Supply Corps 

I small country ot Rhode 

the Peddie School 

. Stapes came to us Irom t 
While at Peddle. Matt and the Goomba from t 
Once at the University of Navy he occupied a 
After a few unsuccessful Hings, he turned hi 
hockey However, as hockey is a physical sport, Stapes had one nagging injury that cut down on 
his ice time-his grades Yet Matt never let his academic progress cloud his witty and neverend- 
ing sarcasm His uncanny ability to find humor in the most depressing moments was an 
inspiration to us all As it turned out, Matt got the last laugh and will be chuckling all the way to 
Athens where hell be flying his LWD Good luck Matt, the rest of the ICEBOX will miss you 
DE & RB 

Valerie T. Villanueva 
Quezon City. 
Surface Line 

been a source of inspiration to many people and can be seen 'shooting the breeze ' with anyone 
at any time of the day or night You name it and Valerie has done it- - -changing majors (a smart 
move since she can't spell), gymnastics, karate, jumping out of airplanes, scuba diving, com- 
voHeyball, tennis, and the list goes on and on She finally got her chance to be 
marched in one of the squadleader slots during p-rades Even though Val would 
get lost in a group of midgets, she makes up for it in her quickness She's been known to 

her room at the ten minute chow-call tor a "quickie " (shower) and still make it to formation on 
time At times some of us wish that her mmd would work just as fast (or maybe we're lucky that 
It doesn't)! Val came to mother "B " so naive that she needed a mit to catch everything that 
went over her head Once, when a mate classmate entered her room before knocking, she stood 
behind a plant thinking that it would cover her vital parts According to him it covered everything 
that she had When asked out for dates on a Saturday night, she was always doing her 
laundry? ' ? ' Val sees the Surface Navy m her future but gets seasick at the thought of getting 
underway We will miss her and her antics very much Hard core wishes her the best of the 
seven seas. 

pany fastpit 

r year pit 

Wayne K. Weir 



Aerospace Engineering 

Nuclear Submarines 


Wayne came to the U S Dri 
basked Michigan, after a fateful ( 
to speak his mind resulted m an inordinate a 
way But, Wayne pulled through with few pen 
Life became a tad more interesting Youngste 
ment ganged up on our hero with dynes, s 
busters, however, Wayne remained an "Aer 
brought about the ubiquitous Susan and a N star as gymnastics manager 

After a fun-filled summer m the tropic mountains of Hawaii for a Marine option and three 
weeks of the urban pleasure dome of Columbus, Ga for airborne. Wayne was more than ready 
for Annapolis, where he could get back to more pressing matters, such as hts next Aero project. 
and at last sighting he was beating on the computer and baying at the moon 

Leo W. Williams I 

stnal College from beautiful sun- 
litary Academy Wayne's proclivity 
rsties attention being focused his 
s he coasted off a 3 4 plebe year 

Math-Operations Analysis 
Civil Engineering Corps 

From NAPS 1979. plebe summt 

Japanese torpedos. Bo's wake-up calls, ' 


'ish ( 



d, plebe year, #4355, Flea. Embryo, canvas back-dewey-tree trunk- 
weeknight cook-ins, 3 on 1 get togethers, football pep-rally vtrars, 
Colvin's hideout, streaking. Army, last JFK, Vince taking Kathi home. Christmas, TV, what shall 
we watch tonight', Naval Architecture, Detroit, Cobo Hall, All-Amencan, quarters update on 
Porters graduation, Ms rainy relays, Herndon, IC4A's-7'3 ", '80 graduation Eugene. Olympic 
trials 12th, cruise, Charleston, U S S Garcia, 28 days, youngster year. Math-Operations Analy- 
sis. #4350. tree trunk and Willie Wonka, 1st Atlantic City, Chuck's on time nde, resorts, 1/c 
CDO greeting. Army, Vet, Batt Jam, Ted's hole-m-the-wall, poached eggs. 1st Stones beating- 
7'3 ■, world leading Eastman-Kodak jump-7'4 '■»" . Puma, #4364, Vmce & Me. 2 mch sign. J s 
Irish AC luck, Mindys breakfast, win at Westpomt. Detroit record leap-7 5 / AC, BB 
delusion, 'row talks ". penn cold fold, steak and eggs, '81 graduation. Baton Rouge win. 
actramid-|ump summer, Sacramento visit, U S National team, Lenmngrad, Helsinki, Bucarest. 
"Astro", sing-a-gram. Syracuse. London, Budapest, London, fashion show-dance Pearl, Pisa.