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THE 1986 LUCKY BAG 



Presented By The Class Of 1986 To The 



d States ^4aval Academy 

Editor - Robert E. Gilmer 

Associate Editor - Ted Anderson 

Buslres- Manager - Matthew Ware 




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THE MISSION OF THE U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY IS TO 
PREPARE MIDSHIPMEN .... 




LEARNING PRINCIPLES 
OF RIGHT AND 
WRONG 



Moral development is an integral part in each midship- 
man's four-year program at the Naval Academy, as they 
strive to display in everyday life the highest standards of 
honor, duty, and responsibility. The Brigade Honor Con- 
cept sets forth the high standards of integrity required of 
midshipmen, and guides them in achieving and maintain- 
ing those standards. Through the Chapel Program mid- 
shipmen gain insight into the ethical and spiritual dimen- 
sions of military leadership. The moral principles 
developed through experience and personal grovy/th be- 
come a integral part of the midshipmen's characters 




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MCREASED 
MENTAL POWER 
BYDISOPUNE 



With the increase in technologically-complex military 
systems, today's young ofticers need a comprehensive 
education to prepare them to perform in their new envi- 
ronment. The solid college education provided by the 
Naval Academy's undergraduate program provides 
midshipmen with the well-rounded knowledge that they 
will need upon commissioning to effectively carry out 
their duties. 




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IMPROVED FITNESS 

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CONDITIONING 



Mandatory participation in either varsity or intramural 
athletics, as well as frequent physical fitness tests in 
strength, agility, and endurance fulfills the Naval Acade- 
my's commitment to the physical development of its 
midshipmen. The competitive spirit produced through 
athletics, along with the alertness possible in a well-toned 
body are important in making midshipmen the best possi- 
ble officers. 




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Plebe summer provides new mid- 
shipmen with an indoctrination 
to the Navy. For most plebes it is 
a struggle to get organized and learn 
to manage their time. Plebes are pre- 
sented with instruction in pistol, sailing, 
naval science, navol terms and tradi- 
tions, and much, much more. The days 
are long, starting with PEP and ending 
with the singing of ■"Na\-\ Blue and 



Gold." The first experience with the 
new idea of "plebe rates" comes 
when the new midshipmen are in- 
formed that they must learn the names 
and hometowns of everyone in their 
platoon by the next day. But no time is 
alotted for them to visit and get to 
know each other. No time for that. 
Many people must learn to adapt to 
their new temporary home as the hu- 



midity during plebe summer can be 
very bothersome. First class ensure 
that plebes experience a new dimen- 
sion to meals as they introduce to 
plebes the correct responses of "1'!! 
find out, sir." and "No excuse, sir." 
Plebe summer marks the beginning of 
a whole new way of living. 



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oungster cruise is a time fo 
hands-on training on board ac 
tive naval vessels, YP's, or the 
Academy's own sailing yachts. Manv 
third class are fortunate enough tc 
have cruises in some of the most exot-i 
ic ports in the world. I 

Youngster cruise is a time for mid-i 
shipmen to learn about the enlistee 



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SECOND CLASS SUMMER 



Second Class summer is designed 
to introduce the many difterent 
specialty fields midshipmen may 
nter in the Navy and Marine Corps 
pon graduation from the Naval 
.cademy. The class is divided into 
A/elve summer groups that spend 
"iree weeks together traveling to Pen- 
3Cola, Florida, the home of Naval Air, 



Quantico, Virginia, the Marine Corps 
training grounds, and New London, 
Connecticut, the home of many of the 
fleet's submarines One week is desig- 
nated for training on the Academy s 
yard patrol craft. During this time mid- 
shipmen cruise to Little Creek, v'^'gima 
and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania whe;e 
everyone participates m a bre^ -rain- 



ing in shipboard firefighting and dam- 
age control Four weeks ore spent at 
the Academy in public speaking class- 
es, alcohol awareness education, So- 
viet military indoctrination and an in- 
troduction to international law. 



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FIRST CLASS CRUISI 



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SUMMER LEAVE 
AND LIBERTY 



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ate in August, ttie entire Brigade 
of Midst^ipmen tKiuled itsetf and 
Its belongings in from tt>e deligtits 
summer leave and descerxled en 
upon a new arxj unsuspecting 
class As each person became 
customed to ttie weigtit of his new 
ttie plebes figured out that 
year was a whole rtew bail 
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sters were no longer ccr 
new-found freedorr +hr 
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riiques, and the firstiei 
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wo for Seven night marks the 
point of no turning back in a nriid- 
shipman's life At this time the 
los-, has joined the Navy for thte next 
«ven years With a celebration of 
>eer, food, and music, ttie second 
Sloss realize the beginning of "Second 
^ss Year " The event is a fun time for 
and a celebration of a tvard earned 
Commitment 



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Wk s part of the military training at 
Bm the Naval Academy, midship- 
^^men practice drilling and 
iarct)ing one afterrxxxi o week in the 
p and spring seasons. This practice 
idds to a parade usually on Wednes- 
py afterrKDons which guests, faculty 
hd officers are invited to attend. The 
drode consists of a "fix bayonets" drill 
fj |k1 a manual of arms sequence which 



leaves the crowd cheering for 

cision and discn:no -ir: ; 

Brigade of ' ' 

Sailing team 

drop on the Seven : js 

lute is heard for the 

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As the brigade marches over to 
the stadium to the beat of "On 
Navy Blue and Gold" songs ore 
ig to build up the Navy spirit. To pass 
before the game, WRNV sets up 
"O provide music, the WUBA gang per- 
torms satirical skits, and the plebes 
pell out motivational themes in the 
Jndzone. As the national anthem 
»mes to a close, the plebes race to 
he field to usher the football team to 
mother Navy victory. 



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I he midshipmen stand, waving 
covers in the air, to build enthusi- 
asm as the kick oft starts our 
team charging down the field. Activi- 
^ ties in the stands include passing Bill up 
' over heads and encouraging plebes 
jj|0 recon the opposition's mascot or 
Ipheerteoders. As Navy scores. Drum 

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and Bugle Corps plays Anchors 
Aweigh, the cannon blasts, and plebes 
race to the field to do push-ups for 
each point scored. After the fina. 
score is displayed, and "Navv Blue ■■"-,.-1 
Gold" concluded, everyone c ; 
to various tailgaters +c c _ - ■ 
socialize 



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re they filming a war movie at 
the Naval Academy or is this 
just part of the military training? 
does it look as though the yard 
been invaded? Has Army finally 
won? Nol It's the Marines. Members of 
the Staff at the Marine Corps training 
command at Quantico came to intro- 
duce midshipmen to weapons used by 
the Corps. They set up various displays 
ranging from small arms to howitzers to 
•copters and even satellite anten- 
Marines were stationed with each 
y to answer questions from inter- 
ed midshipmen. 



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PLEBE 
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he piGbe mixer, heW early in th© 

fall. IS the first opportunity after 

the ocodemic yeor begins for 

he plebes to invite girlfriends from 

lomfi r., t,r.rr\ the oreo to come and 

■ rmal hop at the Acade- 

- tie first "big" weekend for 

since plebes do not "rate" 



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HALLOWEEN T 



he ghosts and goblins emerge 
from the halls on Halloween 
night. Evening meal is quite a 
show when everyone arrives at forma- 
tion wearing outrageous, funny, scary, 
and obnoxious costumes. Each corti 
pany conducts its own contest for thJ 
best costume to send on to the battOR 
ion competition which leads to the bri- 
gade winner chosen before eveni 
meal. Immediately after supper trick 
treating begins, and when the upi 
class finish trick or treating, or when tl 
plebes run out of treats, everyoi 
must once ogoln resume studying 



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The Masqueroder's fdt presenta- 
tion of The Birds, adopted from a 
ploy by the Greek playwright 
Aristophenes, was a great success 
The flock of feathered (and sometimes 
flying) actors and actresses, under the 
directkDn of Dr. David White, 2nd Lt 
Daniel LaFave, and MkJshipman 1st 



class Kent Collins, had their audienc 
rolling with laughter over the satiric 
quality of the ploy. The time and effc 
which went into the production of t^ 
pkay, produced by MkJshipman 11 
class Scott Gureck, payed off 
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)r the brigade ihe thought makes plebes shudder 

:,!ng spirited pro-- r "aturday morning, the plebes are 

rollies. Friday rv,:;i,' (jussed to Philadelphia and join the rest 

— -■ *" '^e brigade, weary from a night 

' garrie celebrations but excited 

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, of the iHuri ^^vent. The Brigade and the Corps of 

iiebes thof > '.adets march onto the field ^he'- f'-i'/e 

oan carry 'heir seats to watch ^ 

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hundred days before gradua- 
tion, and they thought it was al- 
most over. Then suddenly, they were 
plebes again. Plebes are seen all over, , 
wearing the insignia of the highest > 
ranking stripers in the brigade. Firsties ... 
are chopping down the halls, bracing 
up. It's a good thing that it only lasts a i> 
few hours. 



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MICHAEL J. SMITH 

ELLISON S. ONIZUKA 

RONALD E. MCNAIR 

GREGORY B. JAR VIS 

JUDITH A. RESNIK 

CHRISTA MCAULIFFE 



A dream of many yesterdays 

pierced the velvet blue. 
Reflecting rays of brilliant sun, 

it split the sky in two. 

In awe, I stood to watch it, 
while Old Glory rode the breeze; 

A tingle pierced through every spine; 
I swayed on weakened knees. 

Caught in the spell of wonderous flight, 
my breath seemed far away. 

Enchanted, thousands watched it, 
as it flashed a metal-gray. 

Then, in the smoothness of a climb, 
a spark — then nothing more. 

The scar spread out across the sky, 
and silence reigned once more. 

In disbelief, I watched it all, 

and heard your muffled cry, 
as seven died courageously, 

in glory, in the sky. 

They touched the face of God, that day, 

as only flyers can. 
And we stared in shocked amazement, 

as He touched the face of man. 



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e who has dreamed mighty dreams and dared to tulfill them, he who 
has lived and loved with a full heart, he who leaves others behind to 
preserve his treasured memory has not lived in vain. A part of him will 
forever remain with those who cherished the friendship and love that was 
so freely given. His smile will live on in his memory, and truly, he will never die. 
17 March 1986 
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n the spring, over a hundred mid- 
shipmen assisted retarded adults 
and children to compete against 
one another in the annual Special 
Olympics held on Ingram field. They 
acted as supporters and huggers as 
families watched their relatives partici- 
pate in both track and field events as 
well as swimming races held on a sep- 
arate weekend. These days together 
provided a meaning ' ^1 experience for 
all involved to chens': os memories 
forever. 



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SPECIAL OLYMPICS 



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I he Army-Navy exchange program provides an opportunity for second class midshipmen to visit West Point, 
and second class cadets to visit the Naval Academy. The programs allows the midshipmen and cadets to 
go see how their counterparts live "at that other place" and helps promote good relations between the 



two schools. 




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Each semester the second clas! 
leadership classes sponsor 
mess night which provides mid- 
shipmen an opportunity to experience 
firsthand the traditional, formal dining- 
in. The President and Vice-President of 
the mess are members of the second 
class. Many high-ranking officers from 
all over are invited as distinguished 
guests of the class. The spring '85 mess 
night took place on a special day for 
Navy basketball. Televisions were set 
up in the wardroom so that everyone 
at the mess night could watch as Navy 
beat Cleveland State in the NCAA 
playoffs. 




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DEDICATION 
PARADE 



For the class of 1986, the dedica- 
tion parade was just one of the 
many commissioning weel< ac- 
tivities worth celebrating. This parade 
was the last of many parades for the 
graduating class. The parents were 
given an impressive demonstration of 
military precision as the brigade per- 



formed manual of arms drills including a 
fix bayonets sequence and a pass-in- 
review. With the academy sailing 
team providing a picturesque bacl<- 
drop and the brigade dressed in the 
traditional drill uniform, the proud feel- 
ings of honor and patriotism were stir^jj 
ring within everyone present. 




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Herndon is the familiar name for 
the plebe recognition ceremo- 
ny. The day of Herndon marks 
the end of plebe year and a new be- 
ginning for the fourth class midshipmen. 
The class of 1989 combined spirit with 
teamwork to reach the top of the 
greased monument and replace the 
plebe dixie cup with the combination 
cover worn by all midshipmen. The task 
requires cooperation and a drive to 
succeed, and on the first day of 1986 
Commissioning Week the class of 1989 
met the challenge. 




RING 
DANCE 



For the second class midshipmen. 
Commissioning Week means 
Ring Dance. The Naval Acade- 
my ring is one that is worn by all alumni 
with pride and distinction, and the Ring 
Dance is a special occasion. This is the 
night that midshipmen receive their 
class rings and many present that spe- 
cial someone with a miniture replica as 
an engagement ring. Midshipmen and 



their dates participate in the tradition-; 
al ceremony of dipping their rings in 
the waters of the seven seas. Many still 
believe that once the ring is dipped in 
the water it will always return to its 
owner if lost. The Ring Dance will al- 
ways remain a special memory for 
each midshipman. 



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s graduation approaches the 

|p_ first class begin to realize that 
»m they are stepping into a new 
i*cle of acquaintances, The Superin- 
. ©ndent's reception at Buchanan 
ouse is both an opportunity to intro- 

Iiice midshipmen to receptions and 
jiow their parents to meet the Super- 
iitendent. However, the midshipmen 
iW have one more opportunity to ex- 
, ress their joy at the upcoming gradu- 

tlpn when, after the completion of 
p Color Parade they all run to Le- 
vne Hall to jump fully clothed into the 
Kintain and rejoice 



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he baccalaureate worship ser^ 
vice is an act of Thanksgiving to 
God for all the blessings and 
graces he has bestowed on the Mid- 
shipmen first class. Those Midshipmen, 
who through the academic years wor 
shipped at the altar of God, rejoiced 
together as the end of their term ap- 
proached. This special worship service 
asked God to continue to sustain them 
as they entered a new dimension of 
their lives . . . Officers in the Marine 
Corps and Naval Service. 



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Commisioning Week is a time of 
celebration. Friends and families 
travel great distances to at- 
tend the week's activities. Parades, re- 
ceptions and ceremonies are held al- 
most continuously. Among the most 
special ceremonies is the Prizes and 
Awards Cermony, during which mid- 



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shipmen who excelled in academics, 
athletics, and leadership are honored! 
For the midshipmen and their date^ 
dances occur every night includind 
the Ring Dance, the N Dance for ath' 
letic letter winners, the 86 Dance fd 
the graduating class, and the Farewel 
Ball. 




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The sky was clear, the sun hot. 
The old Severn River Bridge was 
closed to traffic and hundreds of 
cars were parked on the grass of hos- 
pital point. Thousands of people lined 
the sea wall and the playing fields. 
They all came to see the Blue Angels. 
As usual, the Angels' show was mag- 
nificent and breathtaking. The brilliant 
blue and gold birds displayed the ac- 




robatic flying skills of six of the U.S. 
Navy's top pilots. Some people in the 
crowd knew that this was probably the 
last time the Naval Academy would 
see Blue Angels in A-4 Skyhawks; the 
Angels were soon to adopt the sleek 
new F-18 Hornets. But for Commission 
ing Week 1986, the A-4 Skyhawks 
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Proud and loving families filled the 
stands at the Navy-Marine Corps 
stadium to recognize the nevj 
beginning for the class of 1986, After 
four long years of hard work and dedi- 
cation, these young men and vjomen 
were ready to begin their careers as 



Naval and Marine Corps officers. The 
Blue Angels made their appearance 
revealing just one of the many chal- 
lenging and exciting positions in which 
one or more of these young officers 
could later discover themselves. 




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GRADUATION 



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THE BRIGADE OFWIIDSHIP 








RONALD W. REAGAN 

COMMANDER'IN-CHXF. 



IGADE OF MIDSHIPMEN 




CASPAR W. WEINBERGER 



SECRETARY OF DffENSE 




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JOHN F. LEHMAN 

SBCRETARY OF Wf NAVY 



OF MIDSHIPMEN 




|MKdMIRAL JAMES D. WATKINS 



CHEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS 




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COMMANDANT OF MF MARff^ CORPS 



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Pli REAR ADMIRAL CHARLES R. 

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REAR ADMIRAL STEPHEN K. 
CHADWICK 

COMMANDANT OF MDSHPMEN 



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BRIGADE 
STAFF 



Fall Staff 

Irlgade CommandeR 

Daptrty Irtgad* Commander: 

Opcrofiom: 

Administration: 

Adjutant: 

Supply: 



Craig F. Mern 

James N. Adkins i 

John K. Martinet 

Daniel Maclnni 

Brian D. Aiis 

Daniel L. Beld 



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jg^N Alt' ^•putv Mgaeto Commander: 

OfiW Op»fa«on«: 

gg^l/lor Administration: 

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Daniel J. Merzke 
Mark J. DeClue 
Mark D. Larabee 
Keil R. Gentry 
David J. Sheridan 
" Karen D, Ulisnik 



Fall Staff 

Commander: Denise M. Edson 

Sub-Commander: William J. James 

Operations: Michael A. Dorko 

Administration: Glenn E. Campbell 

Adjutant: Timothy J. McGarvey 

Supply: Robert Proano, Jr. 



Spring Staff 

Commander: Gregory McMichael 

Sub-Commander: Christopher N. Castelli 

Operations: Bruce Kennington 

Administration: Nancy L. Prout 

Adjutant: Eric S. Little 

Supply: Peter S. Allison 




FIRST REGIMENT 




fall Staff 

Commander: Jay D. Shaffer 
Sub-Commander: Sprague C. Cook 
Operations: Patrick Morocco 
Administration: Mary M. Secrist 
Adjutant: Brian K. Berryman 
Supply: Leslie A. Kovonic 



Spring Staff 

Commander: Charles B. McClelland 
Sub-Commander: Mark W. Johnson 
Operations: Adolph H. Brookins 
Administration: Eric J Fenton 
Adjutant: Scott W. Helmers 
Supply: Geraldine Stochelski 



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118 • THE BRIGADE OF MIDSHIPMEN 






Battalion Officer: Commander Robert E. Lokari 

Fall Staff 

Batfalion Commander: Lisa M Hosack 
Battalion Sub-Commander: Eric Mortinuzzi 
Battalion Operations: Eric J. Fenton 
Battalion Adjutant: Randall J Wolf 
Battalion Administration: Connie Carlisle 
Battalion Supply: Levino R Garcia 

Spring Staff 

Battalion Commander: Charles Sizemore 
Battalion Sub-Commander: Ron OIko 
Battalion Operations: Rick Dansey 
Battalion Adjutant: Lawrence F Wood 
Battalion Administration: Steven L Daniels 
Battalion Supply: Glenn A Miller 




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Company Officer: LT Paul M. Allen 



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Company Commander: James R Hatala 
Company Sub-Commander: Paul J Tuzzolo 
Company Adjutant: Larry S. Walker 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: David C Weir 
Company Sub-Commander: Eric J Bruner 
Company Adjutant: Michael Niemiera 




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John Zambrzycki 
Dave White 
John Tigoni 
Jerry Tyner 
John Stnngfellow 
Evaristo Gonzalez 
Jeffrey Evers 
Mcholas Cipriano 
John DiMento 
Row 2 

Richard Ewing 
Jeffrey Jacober 
Mfchael Brandenburg 
Carl Nerup 
Paul Gross 
Anthony Ferrari 
Jeffrey McGarry 
Dorren Turner 
Patrick Tiemey 
Larry Hushour 
Mk:haei Gaffney 
Ernest Harper 
Bow 3 
Eric Perreca 
John Green 
Joseph Krensavoge 
Mark Belcher 
Timothy White 
James Monroe 
Thomas Welch 
Geoffrey deSeauclair 
John Kennedy 
Kevin Coyne 
Mot PIctufod 
Paul Burkett 



Bow t 

Ruben Garcia 
Leanne Fielding 
Judith Fortier 
Marilou Potenza 
Raymond Burkemper 
Richard Romo 
Denise Rupp 
Michael Valaik 
Brian Bartholf 
Bow 2 

Perry McDowell 
Phillip Dawson 
Neil Jurkovic 
Pamela Fmley 
James Thien 
Daniel Schebler 
Hope Katcharian 
Stephen Sobieski 
Donald Hughes 
Timothy Devlin 
Trevor Hunley 
Bow 3 

Thomas Warner 
Patrick Murray 
Vander Boudreou 
John Donelan 
Andrew Hicks 
Bryant Allam 
James Jones 
Dean Craft 
Not Pictured 
Cabell Baynes 
Albert Dempsey 
Anthony Diaz 
Paul Rock 



Bow 1 

Scott Kepler 
Steven Baker 
Robert Morrison 
Robert Memmesheimer 
Eric Eastman 
William Triplett 
Edward Devilliers 
Sung Kim 
Paul Kruszka 

Bow a 

Peter Rieg 
Joseph Begley 
Paul Montanus 
Gregory Pekori 
James Davis 
Brian Soika 
David Roberts 
Matthew Sturges 
James Holly 
William Irby 
Jason Bowie 
Bow 3 

Steven Hilgendorf 
Peyton Allen 
Mark Minotti 
Todd Williamson 
Christian McLaughlin 
John Blalock 
Clari< Nichols III 
Robert Babcock 
Rafael Curbeio 
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Matthew Childs 
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Company Officer: CAPT Steve P. Lynch 



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Company Commander: Lawrence t Wood 
Company Sub-Commander: Stephen Garwood 
Company Adjutant: Eric B Boyer 

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Company Commander: Richard S. Barbon 
Company Sub-Commander: W. Paul Flinter 
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Bow 1 

John Chandler 
Robert Kane 
James Lodwig 
Timothy Corkery 
Edward lonnone 
David Attisoni 
Richard Levins 
Wayne Turner 
Joe Sanchez 
Bow 2 
Paul Walker 
Sunita Pandya 
Heidi Moser 
Roger Brill 
James Bennett 
Bow 3 

Timothy Corrigan 
Shawn Scharf 
Michael Williams 
Claude-Phiiippe Lim 
David Sewell 
Robert Turner 
Tomas Ennis 
Jeffery Thompson 
Not Pictured 
Andrew Callahan 
Deborah Klatt 
Stephen Milone 
Keith Spencer 



Bow i 

Alan Vanloon 
Vann Vickers 
Thomas Zwolfer 
llya Poluektov 
Frederick Forzanegan 
Thomas Rogers 
Anthone Wright 
David Rines 
Benjamin Freeman 
Bow 2 

Andrew Caldera 
Alan Behning 
Steven Stuck 
Stephen Cassette 
Jon Smith 
Bernardo Soils 
Eric Gresia 
George Pukach 
Albert Perpuse 
Peter Boumgorten 
Austin Renforth 
Bow 3 

Harry Monroe 
Troy Heitmeyer 
Matthew Farrier 
Jeffrey Williams 
Stephen Alexander 
Richard Schwarz 
Keehin Powell 
Robert Badeer 
Richard Quintal 
Not Pictured 
Brent Cornell 
George Palmer 
Vincent Reyes 
William Taylor 



Bow 1 

William Simmons 
Timothy Heaton 
Edgar Jimenez 
William Mann 
James Armstrong 
James Gay 
Laurie Mundy 
Heather Purvis 
Lisa Skaggs 
Bow 2 

Patrick Herring 
Elizabeth Meneeley 
Charles Gray 
Joan Oldmixon 
G, Thomas Foggin IV 
John W Herman 
Michael Belles 
Neil Underwood 
Sean Foley 
Todd Waldemar 
Bow 3 

Nancy Daigler 
Piper Smith 
George Fleming 
John Orr 
Theodore Zobel 
Francis Davey 
Kevin Campbell 
Gregory Gulick 
Fredrick Luchtman 
Daniel Arensmeyer 
Not Pictured 
Mark Kiefer 
Robert Kowolski 
Daniel Rivera 
Carl Salazar 



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Company Officer: LT William P. McKinney 

Foil Staff 

Company Commander: Richard A Kruse 
Company Sub-Commander: John Mansueti 
Company Adjutant: Nancy J. Dykhof 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Michael DiVerde 
Company Sub-Commander: Matthew Kirby 
Company Adjutant: Jay Ward 




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Bow 1 

Albert Hawkins 
John Mykyta 
Earl Wilson 
Christopher Arias 
Steven Halpern 
Henry Lalble 
Matthew Early 
Jeffrey Caporossi 
David Brown 
Bow 2 

David Seawright 
Jeffrey Earle 
John Denlne 
Eric Scheulln 
Paul Nesbit 
David Miller 
Scott Cressmon 
Joseph Greene 
Arturo Martinez 
Patrick Hosey 
Bow 3 

Juan Rodriguez 
Shown Dennis 
Bill McKinley 
Kent Vonhorn 
Todd Steggerda 
John Hardig 
Dominic Meoli 
Leigh Burnham 
Paul Rayhlll 
John Gllstad 





Bow 1 




Gregory Pusch 




Roderick Monabat 




Benjamin Quinto 


Bow 1 


Ki Moon Hwang 


Joseph Brink nnan 


Adam Sturbois 


Jimmy Cox 


Jeffrey Petrle 


Lynn O'Neil 


Ronakd Lasorsa 


Rebecca Lonigan 


James Riening 


Colleen Walker 


Ronald Novak 


Andrew Barker 


Mark Thomassy 


Theresa Michal 


Bow 2 


Whit Tantleff 


Daryl Simon 


Stu Hamilton 


Patrick Dunn 


Bow 2 


Gordon Colton 


Arnold Thomas 


Michael Kalafsky 


Chris King 


Michael Kelly 


Stevie Stephens 


James Godwin 


Paul Pullin 


Damon Whitfield 


Fritz Schlueter 


Stephen Braun 


John Shonley 


Vincent Zorasua 


Stephen Sklenko 


Stephen Newell 


Eric Welsel 


Joseph Smith 


James Matthews 


Steven Dudley 


Todd Lipani 


Larre Bachelier 


Bruce Bennet 


Kenneth Harris 


Bow 3 


Steven Blette 


Williams Miller 


Bow 3 


Dion Cornett 


Christopher Hopkins 


John DuPree 


James Webster 


Daniel Whitney 


Anthony Faust 


Timothy Pfleter 


Stephen Hackforth 


Mark Kutscher 


Andrew Craycroft 


Chris Phillips 


Ronald Jones 


Curt Goetsch 


Francis Spencer 


Mark Goodwin 


William Ormsby 


Peter Shumway 


Todd Moore 


Not Pictured 


Timothy Maricle 


Pegeen O'Neil 


Stephen Verner 


Barry Phillips 


James O'Farrell 






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Company Officer: LT Chip W. Jones 
Fall Staff 



Company Commander: Glenn LeCarl 
Company Sub-Commander: Matthew Bledsoe 
Company Adjutant: James Campbell 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Erik Stechmonn 
Company Sub-Commander: Gregory Fenton 
Company Adjutant: James Wilson 




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Row 1 

George Peterson 
Gregory Dawson 
George Ganahl 
Joe Vajgert 
Didi Dorsett 
Dovid Fluker 
Scott McFarlane 
Keitti Bannacfi 
Michael Sopko 
Row 2 
James Duke 
Michael Wuamett 
Letitia Dour 
Veronica Llaneta 
Suzanne Skelley 
David Demarsh 
Charles Muggleworth 
Row 3 
David Oss 
Bruce McFadden 
Wesley Huey 
Robert Plantz 
Dennis Richards 
Christian Bahn 
Russell Emons 
Philip Shevis 
Luis Polar 
Not Pictured 
Dwayne Lindsey 
Jeanne-Marie Prideaux 



Row i 

Van Anderson 
Yoshiyuki Muraki 
Thomas Ferguson 
Francisco Ball 
James Stewart 
Michael Yancey 
Michael Quilty 
Gregg Nakano 
Kevin Gonter 
Row 2 

Robert McKenney 
Liam Merrick 
Michael Parish 
Hideo Core 
Christopher Robinson 
Scott Waidelich 
Jomes Szerba 
Stephen Rife 
Penn Frey 
David Hitchcock 
Row 3 

Maurice Klein 
Joseph Smith 
Jesse Smith 
Cornelius Giles 
Jack Thomsen 
Scott Rogers 
Paul Banoczi 
Michael Majewski 
Michael Carsley 
Not Pictured 
John Bally 
Stephen Fernandez 
John Gugerty 
Daniel Koerschner 



1989 



Row 1 

Raelene Ryerson 
Carlos Barbosa 
Catherine Lawson 
Dana Dewey 
Dulcita Lu 
Mark Hagler 
Alberto Carlos 
Robert Blanton 
Donna Stephenson 
Row 2 

Michael Gergely 
Mark Overbey 
Julie Anyan 
Hope Mohle 
Edward Hiler 
John Johnston 
Jeffrey Garigliano 
William Snead 
Curtis West 
Theodore McColl 
Loren Ingalls 
Darren Petro 
Michael Jimenez 
Carther Jorgensen 
Row 3 

William Redman 
James Perkins 
Randall Smith 
Noel Pitoniak 
Paul Tortora 
David Bernhardt 
John McDowall 
Chris Mokris 
Joseph DeSantis 
Stephen Laabs 
Norberto Nobrega 
Not Pictured 
Hector Baez 
Deborah Cuffe 
Christine James 
John Hogan 




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Company Commander: Kelly Hanson 
Company Sub-Commander: Doug Collins 
Company Administration: Brian Barnett 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Eugene Burgess 
Company Sub-Commander: Vern Caldwell 
Company Administration: Steve Everly 




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1987 1988 1989 



Bow 1 

Anita Petty 
Kevin Moroney 
Andrew Wickerson 
John Berner 
William Campbell 
William Humphreys 
Paul Mack 
Terence Malloy 
Charles D'Ambra 
Row 2 
Ralph Nelson 
Ralph Belling 
John Fenner 
Gregory Gotten 
Ruben Govieres 
Steven Rakow 
Karen Joyner 
Mark Hamilton 
Paul Bevons 
John Fitzwilliam 
Bow 3 

Scott Herbener 
Amy Donovan 
Steven Clarke 
Jeffrey Jennings 
Peter Hutson 
David Badger 
Lynne Mickelson 
Joseph Rizzo 



Bow 1 

Jerry Dismuke 
Richard Burr 
Jeffrey Akin 
Michael Sneath 
Robert Tomaro 
Gordon Cole 
John Cox 
Harry Demiris 
Scott Evans 
Bow 2 
Ronald Allen 
Charles Bingham 
Chip Downs 
James Wolters 
David Bass 
Keith Goetz 
Benjamin Peet 
David Lucchesi 
James Stewart 
Matthew Caldwell 
Gregory Strauser 
Bow 3 
Mark Smith 
Christopher Harkins 
Timothy Schick 
Phillip Bunce 
James Arguelles 
John O'Brien 
Keith Miller 
Kurt Van Etten 
Kyle Kliewer 
Steven Graves 
Arthur Crowe 
Not Pictured 
Andre Stokes 
Frank Snyder 









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Carl Lahti 
Kevin Kim 
Jon Jerge 
Heidi Fleming 
Kathleen Jamieson 
Susan Koehn 
Michael Uses 
John Ostrowski 
John Tregoning 
Bow 2 

Randall Casement 
Carl Jordan 
Christopher Carlson 
Stephen Burke 
Maria Chapman 
Terry Crowe 
Christine Davis 
Robert Ruiz 
Joseph Smith 
John Lacivita 
Matthew Scribner 
Julie Morgan 
Russell Collar 
Bow 3 

Patrick Morrow 
Daniel Boisvert 
Frank Salcedo 
David Gray 
Jon Sablan 
Jeffrey Tomlin 
Michael Shoup 
Scott Akins 
Bart Taylor 
Michael Leflore 
Not Pictured 
Leni Quilantang 
Kip O'Connor 






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Company Officer: CAPT Kim L. Dillard 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Rick Bodziak 
Company Sub-Commander: Roger McSavaney 
Company Administration: Sue Korol 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Donald MacNeil 
Company Sub-Commander: James Meehan 
Company Administration: Gregory Miller 




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Bow 1 

David Cohron 
Stephen Clarke 
Pocy Ostroff 
John Walters 
Robert Coleman 
David Molthen 
Matthew Kirk 
Brian Burgos 
Alton Coleman 
Bow 2 

Joesph Dipaolo 
Jonathan Hensley 
Al Sambar 
Ben Torreon 
Michael Mangan 
Patrick Shea 
Trent Nickels 
Ty Schieber 
Terry Takats 
William Townsend 
Ronald Prass 
Bow 3 

Eber Verhovsek 
Paul Aanonsen 
Christopher Calhoun 
John Kempkes 
Andrew York 
Robert Horel 
Eric Baltazar 
Daryl Watkins 



Bow 1 

Kerry O'Connor 
Michael Newman 
Robert Jones 
Christopher Schoier 
Scott Rein 
Robert Hooper 
Shawn Colson 
David Cela 
Ramon Ramil 
Bow 2 

Douglas Stanford 
Anne Watt 
Rosalind Richard 
David Wells 
Ralph Baker 
Shannon Workman 
Sean Plankey 
William Brown 
Jeffrey Bensing 
Nicolas Geroce 
Dawn Bennet 
Randall Doane 
Bow 3 

Gerald Whitman 
Sean Griffin 
Edgar Green 
Michael Dee 
Henry Doyle 
Bradford Cox 
Thomas Zohlen 
Alexander Cutler 
Michael Oft 
William Fisher 



Bow i 

John Robertson 
Paul Radomski 
Thomas Munro 
William Wilson 
Christopher Barnes 
Andrew Schwinger 
Michael McGettigan 
Robert Williams 
Nathan Beltz 
Bow 2 

Kenneth Johansen 
Eric Reilly 
Gary Deal 
Lawrence Vincent 
John Buthod 
Michael Russonello 
Brian Clifford 
Victor Newsom 
Edward Liu 
Colin Elster 
Ronald Pangrazio 
Gordon Fowkes 
Brian Britton 
Timothy Galludet 
Brian Adams 
Richard King 
Bow 3 
Harry Elliott 
James Swappoch 
Edward Maraist 
Aaron Kushner 
Thomas Kubista 
Eric Mabe 

Theodore Fundoukos 
Gary Korn 
Thomas Peck 
Edwin Henderson 
Steven Fong 
John Daria 




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Battalion Ofticer: Commander Brian J. Barry 



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Sub-Commander: Anthony P. Roberts 
Operations: Raymond Tolomeo 
Adjutant: Silvia M. Rivadeneira 
Administration: Michael D. Amedick 
Supply: Michael Althouse 



Soring Staff 

Battalion Commander: William J, Kopchik 
Battalion Sub-Commander: Robert Williams 
Battalion Operations: Philip L Patton 
Battalion Adjutant: Mitchell Turner 
Battalion Administration: Agnes L Connelly 
Battalion Supply: Eric S. Irv^in 




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Company Officer: LT Rob W. Winsor 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Robert Maus 
Company Sub-Commander: Stepan Wisatzki 
Company Adjutant: David English 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Michael Althouse 
Company Sub-Commander: Rodney Serignoli 
Company Adjutant: Timothy Allen 



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Bow i 

Fred f?edling 
John Titus 
Jeffrey Shirk 
Patrick Stauch 
Edward Sullivan 
Louis Poore 
Stephen Ruggireilo 
John Ribera 
Thomas Hearn 
Bow 2 
Rodrigo Dill 
Kevin White 
Jason Wong 
Stephen Thompson 
Davi/n Driesbach 
Laurie Musiek 
Linda Hunter 
Leslie Hirko 
Patricia Corsello 
Mary Green 
Glen Campbell 
Bow 3 

Williom Muscha 
James Walter 
Jerry Holden 
Robert MocFarland 
James Leiio 
Duane Walters 
James MacMurtrie 
Dana Ruga 
Craig Burris 



Bow 1 

Douglas Moberg 
Zachary Scruton 
Scott Wheatley 
Robert Gray 
James Fontanella 
Jon Elston 
Timothy Hoke 
Mark Hernandez 
Bruce Morris 
Bow 2 
Kevin Brooks 
Jeffrey Reagan 
Robert Thornhill 
William Blockstone 
Matthew Bills 
Timothy Tumelty 
David Bondura 
Ricardo Gonzalez 
Juan Balboa 
Michael Danford 
George Vassilakis 
Erik Wright 
Bow 3 

Jeffrey Adams 
Paul Fletcher 
Colin Kane 
John Router 
Glenn Allen 
George Meehan 
Richard Hobbs 
John Garcia 
Roger Isom 
Paul Pensabene 
Kevin Umbaugh 



Bow 1 

James Keller 
Gerald Mathis 
Thomas White 
Edward Anderson 
Steven Boyles 
Dwight Dick 
Damon Woo 
Reno Sprague 
James Hughes 
Bow 2 

David Rodriguez 
Brent Courier 
Michael Good 
Randall Unger 
David Carson 
Heidi Maley 
Kelly Brown 
Kimberly Nugent 
Elizabeth Thomas 
Susan Seaman 
Jeffrey Bravo 
Philip Janus 
James Jones 
Bow 3 
Roland Muse 
Christopher Cronk 
Matthew Rose 
Charles Smith 
Mark Metzger 
Craig Wilson 
Marko Medved 
James Flautt 
Andrew Bober 
Not Pictured 
Christopher Pickett 
Stephanie Rhoades 
Charles Rust 



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Fall Staff 



Company Commander: Kevin J. Prusso 
Company Sub-Commander: Peter S Lynch 
Company Adjutant: Lance D. Loepke 



Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Ray Raus 
Company Sub-Commander: Stephen B. 
Company Adjutant: David J. Burke 



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Row 1 






Christopher Verdoni 






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Row 1 


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Kenneth Cooper 


Christopher TronquM 


John Wilson 


Steven Goll 


Charles Moore 


Christopher Thomassy 


Eric Kukanich 


Ryan Garcia 


Joan Rongitsch 


James Burgum 


Cliff Salongc 


Mike Bramble 


Jon Quimpo 


Bonny Morgan 


Clifford Blumenberg 


Rodney Forte 


Pool Pkaufz 


John Wonebo 


John Eichelberger 


Karen Burch 


Michoele LaForge 


Row 2 


Kimberly StogsdIII 


John Siedgianowski 


Christopher Cook 


Anne Hotis 


John Metzger 


Richard Culp 


Row 2 


Row 2 


Joesph Abaya 


Philip Kondllas 


Charles Cosson 


Gregory Jones 


John Tekverk 


Paul Lewis 


Edward Chow 


Jeffrey Kerr 


Roland Towers 


Daniel Hurdle 


Robert Lessard 


Marshall Brown 


Timothy Heatherington 


Frank Letellier 


Robin Stewart 


Todd Kiefer 


Stephen Johanson 


Jofin Fuller 


William Doney 


Steven Walker 


Jennifer Culbertson 


James Cubbage 


Chris Spunar 


Timothy Bonn 


Daniel Altomare 


Mike McShane 


Howard Meritt 


Kennon Artis 


Robert Williams 


Douglas Mines 


Row 3 


Sam Lee 


Scott Hopkins 


Michael Zimmerman 


Tom Phelan 


Row 3 


David Edgecomb 


Row 3 


Greg Stefanon 


Thomas Cleary 


James Dotter 


Ken Ross 


Cordel Harris 


Joy Wigley 


Scott Leach 


Douglas Hull 


Owen Connelly 


Lawrence Bntt 


Daniel Haas 


Dave Greeenheck 


Stephen Teeple 


Patrick Porter 


Dwight Neeiey 


Scott Quinn 


Robert Joralemon 


Stephen Stone 


Demetrius Flewellen 


Thomas Base 


Jim Edwards 


Patrick Gallop 


Albert Ferro 


Steve Wistner 


Donald Robbins 


Not Pictured 


Thomas Smith 


Ted Kuziela 


Louis Adissi 


Robert Menendez 


Not Pictured 


Rodney Mills 


Not Pictured 


Timothy Rayner 


Rich Keller 


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Company Officer: LT Bobbie L. Aten 
Fall Staff 



Company Commander: Mike Cocl<ey 
Company Sub>Commander: Patricia Trudell 
Company Adjutant: Brett Sturken 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Eugene Black 
Company Sub-Commander: Wade Troxell 
Company Adjutant: Dan Grieco 




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Bow 1 





Joseph Losala 




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Row 1 


Jeffrey Sheedy 


Robert Pignataro 


Michael Leery 


Jean-Pierre Bolat 


Eric Block 


Stephen Tackett 


Desmond Quigley 


David Bisaillon 


Lydio Derrington 


David Major 


James Vohr 


Wendell Ross 


Sarah Michael 


David Berrman 


Row 2 


Matthew Sampson 


Shri Drake 


Patrick Sims 


Andrew Waters 


Row 2 


Joseph O'Hara 


David Bums 


Bruce Fauver 


Kevin Potts 


Warren Jernigon 


Daniel Doherty 


Steven Rasmussen 


John Slaughter 


Alan Sitlinger 


Richard Witten 


Ford Williams 


John Lewis 


William Hoban 


James Todd 


Julie Chalfant 


Dennis White 


Ruth Miller 


Thomas Clark 


James Rossi 


George Council 


Brian Street 


Christopher Upham 


Row 3 


Eduard Gottschalk 


Joseph Maguire 


Orlando Gotay 


William Schmitt 


Row 3 


Mark Wierman 


Edward Miller 


Martin Cade 


James Beggs 


Wenena Harmon 


Anthony Fabian 


Thomas Arnold 


James Henderson 


Robert Tomiak 


Mk;hael Weiner 


Carl Graves 


John McKenno 


Robert Durand 


Kent Ubellocker 


Craig McCorter 


Bernard Koehr 


Not Pictured 


Drew Wesson 


Roger Grayson 


John Rinkacs 


Bryan Turner 



Row 1 

James Mann 
Michael Debruyn 
Eric Sherck 
Robert Waters 
George Reilly 
John Hammes 
Michael Rodriguez 
Anthony Horton 
Mark Hulbert 
Row 2 

Philip Colborn 
Douglas McConn 
Todd Nichols 
Willie Billingsleo 
Shawn James 
Geoffrey Ellsworth 
John Lewis 
Paul Ghyzel 
Raymond Art 
Robert Janssen 
Joseph Flanagan 
Barney Carter 
James Commaroto 
Row 3 

Wayne Jeveli 
Raymond Vuicich 
Kenneth Grimes 
Matthew Soltis 
Raymond Benedict 
David Marcellino 
Arthur Lyman 
Michael Cuccio 
Vincent Scott 




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Company Officer: CAPT Pete A. Whitenack 



Fall Staff 



Company Commander: Jim McAnaly 
Company Sub-Commander: Jim Kim 
Company Adjutant: Bill Sheedy 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Harold Dunbrack 
Company Sub-Commander: Scott Franklin 
Company Adjutant: Paul Sneddon 



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Bow 1 

James Emmitt 
Thomas McKenno 
Chortes Ferguson 
Charles Su«van 
Toctd Alison 
Joseph Campbell 
Michael Bell 
Matt Bal<er 
Stephen Day 
Row 2 

Alexander Edwards 
Thomas Nilsen 
John Lesniak 
Roger Horns 
Pete Turner 
Jeffrey Valmus 
James Alley 
Thomas Macrae 
Row 3 

Dean Sadanaga 
Dennis Mollon 
John Jenkins 
Edward Mogee 
Robert Lyon 
Donokj Griffin 
Dorrin Grover 
Siegfried Wuiff 
Mot PIctufd 
Scott Boyer 
Joseph Buenavista 
Thomas Cosey 
Brian Haley 
James Hogan 
Jeffrey Lukish 



Row 1 

Francis Hall 
Varanda Williams 
Richard Vaill 
Kenneth Caraveo 
Chet Woolley 
William Lennord 
David Dawson 
Scott Granger 
Tucker Hite 
Row 2 

Pomelo Hilton 
Karen Povlock 
Jamison Moore 
Jeffrey Hahn 
Eric Ruttenberg 
Frederico Morales 
James Boland 
Michael McKee 
Sean Epperson 
James McKenna 
Robert Banker 
William Bray 
Gregory Shimp 
Row 3 

Mlcheie Daley 
Motlce Wright 
Chartes Lochard 
David Simon 
William Dickson 
Michael Greene 
Donald Drocon 
Stuart Gaudet 
Anthony Villanueva 
Galen Negoara 
Not Pictured 
Timothy Salmon 
Michael Wilmot 



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Bart Pamall 
Loren Smith 
Christkan Post 
Gregory Potteiger 
Bryan Cheeseman 
Eric Hannum 
Joel Stewart 
John McClure 
Phillip Peavler 
Row 2 
John O'Brien 
Paul Riegert 
Sean ODonnell 
Jomes Howe 
Derek Tongemon 
Gilbert Gomez 
Randall Ivener 
Eric Rokke 
Reece Morgan 
Mark Autry 
Chesley Monague 
Steven Kalderon 
Christopher Cantareila 
Tony Cox 
Tony Bogard 
Erik Bunon 
Row 3 

David Bergman 
Faustino Baysic 
O J. Block 
Thomas Hole 
Gerard Schaefer 
Derrick Garvin 
John Ries 
James Chatfield 
James Markey 
Jeffrey Tengonciong 
Jon Lodda 
Emory Anderson 
Not Pictured 
Kenneth Sparta 




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Company Officer: LT Walter B, Coumbe 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Dave Peterson 
Company Sub>Commander: Jeff Waite 
Company Adjutant: Whitney Keith 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Tod Choi 
Company Sub-Commander: Jeff Waite 
Company Adjutant: Tinn Moses 



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Row 1 

James Schmitt 
Jolin Martins 
Lee Lambert 
Ned Metcalf 
John Cameron 
Christopher Schenck 
James Chllds 
Carlos Zengotita 
Thomas Watson 
Row 2 

Frederick Lotrash 
Jimmie Todlock 
Brigitte Horner 
MarY Balch 
Susan Williams 
Kirklln Fletcher 
Robert Monore 
Mike Gordon 
Mark Girardi 
Nkapoleon Cayouette 
Row 3 

Matthew Bliss 
Joseph Morales 
David Ogden 
Bortlett Harwood 
John Wirries 
John Fickle 
David Schiffman 
Akan Boyer 
Dimitrlos Pappas 



Row 1 

David Maxwell 
Charles Marks 
Dutch Bertholf 
John Meighan 
Joseph Brennan 
David Donnelly 
Hank Marxen 
Michael Beno 
Allen Mitchell 
Row 2 

Daniel Hebert 
Carl Peterson 
Robert Curran 
Brian Alexander 
Bob Miller 
Eugene Corrao 
William Daisley 
Mark Franke 
Brian Novotny 
Curtis Hughes 
William Cook 
Daniel Gorcia 
Jim Stites 
Row 3 

Michael Lowe 
Brian Gummin 
Stephend Ellis 
Todd Odegaard 
Charles Howsare 
E J, Strasser 
Courtenoy Allen 
Michael Hogan 
James Protin 
Paul Tiede 



Row 1 

Mark Meorig 
Michael Julian 
Patrick Powers 
Tyler Frautschi 
Anthony Ahnen 
Suda Cobfoi 
Rita Tauber 
Michele Morion 
Diana Burke 
Row 2 

Sara Applegarth 
Karin Kkjse 
Kimberiy Feltault 
Cassandra Crovimover 
Edward locco 
Michael Goshgarian 
Brian King 
Timothy O'Rourke 
Albert Corchuelo 
John Eckardt 
Michael Latimer 
Somule Nova 
Lawrence Von Moss 
Thomas Hare 
Devon Burr 
Row 3 

Mark Paterson 
Mark Samuels 
George Capen 
Mark Thonen 
Milton Songy 
Terence Harcharik 
Carl Thiele 
John Drake 
Anthony Dickens 
Not PIcturod 
John Dell 
James Horns 
Mark Jorgensen 



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Company Officer: LT William H. Borger 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Joe Calandra 
Company Sub-Commander: Jeff Martinez 
Company Adjutant: Paul Wiegman 



Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Scott Mitchell 
Company Sub-Commander: Don Ulsh 
Company Adjutant: Mari< ZIomke 




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Mark Broshkevitch 
David Wertman 
Marc Dalton 
Michael Spanos 
William Byrne 
Gregory Contaoi 
Douglas Masters 
Guy Jackson 
Kenneth Clark 
Row 2 
John Ortiz 
Jason Pugh 
David Bragg 
Edvi/ard Kovanic 
Paul Espinosa 
Thomas Beleslmo 
Edward Holland 
John Hair 
Joseph Lara 
Philip Horrlsberger 
Robert Dietz 
Kirk Benson 
Row 3 

Stephen Garrett 
Daniel Basil 
John Adams 
Ross Beaton 
John Stevenson 
Chad Van Hulzen 
Brian McKane 
John Loesch 
Andrew Pray 
Olin Filyaw 
David Folsom 



Row 1 

Eugene Cobey 
Jeffrey Forte 
Donald Holl 
Juna Carlos Osorno 
Sean Hamilton 
Anthony Eaton 
Patricia Turney 
Erin Martin 
Scott Kisch 
Row 2 

James Dorcy 
Kathleen Toomey 
Richard Kamman 
John Watson 
Paul Dalessandro 
Jeffrie Lund 
Michael Samuelson 
James Laingen 
Bernardo Roig 
Patrick Steele 
Kerry Romig 
Brondee Polowy 
Bernard Werner 
Row 3 

Thomas Ungard 
Robert Jackson 
Craig Miller 
Dirk Heintz 
Mark Miller 
A. J. Arroyos 
Kirk Syran 
Glenn Gay 
Eduardo Sandoval 
Fred Severson 
Not Pictured 
Erik Knutila 




Row 1 

Christopher Van Wort 
Joe Shipley 
Rick Stoner 
Jonathon Hughes 
David Mathe 
Andrew Jarrett 
Robert Kleckner 
Edward McGovem 
James Brandt 
Row 2 

Craig Prather 
Matthew Horn 
Scott Cook 
Michael McGregor 
Adam Holmes 
John Graham 
Brian King 
Joseph Krycia 
Dan Brune 
Richard Richmond 
Row 3 

Robert Hagan 
Jeffrey Dietz 
William Parkhurst 
Robert Bennett 
Timothy Goering 
Jomes Bell 
Thomas Hanzsche 
Paul Parker 
Aaron Burton 
Paul Druggan 
Robert Adams 







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Faii Staff 

Battaiion Commander: John Poganelli 
Battaiion Sub-Commander: Christopher Atwell 
Battaiion Operations: Stephen T Ames 
Battalion Adjutant: James F Brown 
Battalion Administration: James S Snider 
Battalion Supply: Spencer A. Wade 

Spring Staff 

Battalion Commander: Alfredo Arrendondo 
Battalion Sub-Commander: Bernard M Gately 
Battalion Operations: Bradley G. Beil 
Battalion Adjutant: Michael A. Blumenburg 
Battalion Administration: Gilberg L. Vincent 
Battalion Supply: Christi-Lynn Simpson 




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Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Michael A. Kelly 

Company Sub-Commander: Carl R. 

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Company Adjutant: James S. Noble 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Lawrence P. 

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Company Sub-Commander: David V. Watts 

Company Adjutant: Martin H. Weller 




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Row 1 


Row 1 




Bert Hurler 


Jack Likens 


Row 1 


Joseph Stillwaggon 


Kevin Furr 


David Klain 


Greg Johnston 


Harry Wingo 


Rommel Esteves 


Sean Holmes 


Samuel Smolley 


John Doroshuk 


Jorge Esparza 


Luis Maldonado 


Joseph Malabanan 


Bill Hallahan 


Gary Peters 


Hsuan Huang 


Robert Hein 


Ronald Copley 


Brian Jones 


James Collins 


Robin Shoop 


Timothy Trampenau 


Daniel Stonaker 


David Shanes 


Mario Herrera 


Row 2 


Row 2 


Daniel Thoele 


Anthony Tolle 


Donna Murphy 


Row 2 


Curtis Morgan 


Carl Koiek 


William Fries 


David Biddinger 


William Conley 


Britton McNeill 


Rene Martinez 


Paul Chrisman 


Robert Miller 


Nicholas Campbell 


Matthew Adinolfi 


Rolf Versluis 


Tom Ives 


Craig GoettI 


Erik Snyder 


Curt Hartman 


William Collier 


Ernest Greppin 


John Dove 


Randall Martin 


John Schoeb 


Craig Dellorso 


Scott Peterson 


Albert Peltier 


Row 3 


Charles Litchfield 


Loyd Rhiddlehoover 


Jason Skubi 


Julienne Almonte 


Row 3 


John Rowan 


Row 3 


John McGrew 


James Gfrerer 


Mohamed El Afandi 


Douglas Nekrasz 


George Cox 


Spencer Garrett 


William Hoffman 


Ross Mitchell 


Russ Hittinger 


Craig Washington 


Richard Macchio 


Michael Steinbach 


George Apollonio 


Robert Douglass 


Andrew Johnson 


Bruce Czaja 


Karl Brandt 


Roger Bivans 


Carl Nyberg 


Not Pictured 


Kurt Hauer 


Kevan Katuin 


Paul Bunge 


Mary Jackson 


Not Pictured 


Jeffrey Crymes 


Ted Veazey 


Michael Elton 


David Fennell 


Jeffrey West 


Donald Gabrielson 


Marc Ruggiano 


Not Pictured 


Christopher Gogne 


Dale Szpisjak 


Dwight Fontilla 


Scott Pappano 


Sean Carroll 


Sandra Hill 


David Swenson 




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Company Officer: LT John A. Pasko 

Fall SfQff 

Company Commander: David G Baca 

Company Sub-Commander: Stephen M 

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Company Administration: Michael F 

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Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Timothy J. 

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Company Sub-Commander: William D Craig 

Company Administration: Christopher D. 

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1987 1988 1989 



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Row 1 

Erica Miles 
David Hughes 
David Odom 
John Keone 
Francesca Gary 
Stephen Cote 
Daniel Hendrickson 
Walter Sechriest 
Thomas Domon 
Row 2 

Suzanne Massoglia 
Wendy Sullivan 
Mark Kozar 
Andrew Gordon 
Carl Liebert 
Stephen Meyer 
Wallace Keays 
J.D. Cook 
Row 3 
Steven Swift 
Jovi Santiago 
John Milliman 
Daniel Aldridge 
John McGinley 
Leiand Hansen 
Paul Horan 
Timothy Snoke 
Not Pictured 
Lee Miller 
Dave Robinson 
Bill Hamblet 



Row i 

Paul McGowan 
James O'Brien 
Christopher Simones 
Anthony Beers 
Michael Moron 
Christopher Mosher 
Andrew Frie 
Tom Hole 
Walter Bough 
Row 2 

Mark Dunleavy 
Ralph Dengler 
Sean McBride 
Dennis Moloney 
Edward Gomez 
Michael Leidinger 
Eric Buch 
David Clausen 
Philip Barnett 
David Finley 
James Dyer 
Row 3 

Richard Gendron 
Bryan Burt 
Corey Keehn 
Daniel O'Connor 
Eric Randier 
Nelson Delgado 
Mark Hakun 
Rick Marchesse 
Mark Salsgiver 
Not Plcturad 
Eugene Burcher 
John Hallenberg 
David Newton 
Stephen Donnelly 
Matthew Aaron 



Row 1 

Mark Springer 
Patrick Griffin 
Stephan Sessions 
Bradley Stillabower 
Joseph Wade 
Preston Jones 
David McCarthy 
Jeffrey Winter 
Vincent Pagano 
Row 2 

Nicholas Rigopoulos 
Eari Wartenberg 
Michael Newton 
Francisco Gutierrez 
Bruce Brown 
Craig Prosser 
Patrick Moynihan 
Edward Bott 
Thomas Druen 
Jarrod Nixon 
Karen Somsel 
Elizabeth Woinscott 
Denise Shorey 
Julie Modlin 
Emily Lai 
Neftali Pagan 
Row 3 
Paul DeLuca 
Patrick Owens 
James Wilson 
Edward Roth 
Stephen Martell 
Victoria Gnibus 
John Duvall 
Scott Abel 
Derric Turner 
Gregory Cozad 
Joseph Vitelli 




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Company Officer: CAPT Michael R. Hamel 



Fall Staff 



Company Commander: Rick Dean 
Company Sub>Commander: Joe Hassenfeldt 
Company Adjutant: Mil<e Dalgetty 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Barton Roper 
Company Sub-Commander: Len Zimmerman 
Company Adjutant: Scott Starsman 




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Bow 1 

Mary Miles 
John Harris 
Robert Donohue 
Michael Guyer 
Carey Monhertz 
Anfonio Martinez 
Robert Hoskins 
Roger Stanton 
David Adams 
Bow 2 

Randall Packard 
Mothew Ludwig 
Kimberly Russ 
Christine Keller 
John Kyle 
Charles Lone 
John Plohetski 
Anthony Hollinger 
Bow 3 

James Money 
Hugh Mills 
Joseph Lauletta 
Brian Patton 
William Reilly 
Arthur Penny 
Don Schindler 
Not Pictured 
John Flcnsburg 
Marc Gibeley 
Reuben Hart 
Stephen Panchyshyn 
Jeffrey Royburn 



Bow 1 

Douglas Tucker 
Andrew Rander 
Scott Minium 
Jeremy Thompson 
Jon Wills 
Peter Callaghan 
Kevin Guerrero 
Felton Elders 
Anthony Calandra 
Bow 2 

Stephen Ferro 
Mark Bible 
Bruce Stantill 
Donald Hensley 
Steven Erickson 
Shannon Kawane 
Joseph Spegele 
Terry Bickham 
Mark Lotze 
Christopher Marr 
Bow 3 
John Treutler 
Michael McMahon 
Daniel Rosser 
George Davis 
Jeremy Noonan 
James Hikmot 
John Zeberlein 
Henry Wingate 
Timothy Quinn 
Not Plcturod 
Arthur Deleon 
John Dobbins 
Ronald Kinn 
Edward Olshaw 



Bow 1 

Glenn Bleller 
John Uyemura 
James Hudson 
Charles Pucciariello 
Rob Cassady 
Robert Wolfe 
Clemenfe Diaz 
Michael Scarry 
Stephen Palmer 
Bow 2 

Lisa McGowan 
Erik Harrison 
Monica Holland 
Marie Demel 
Holly Gordon 
Bryn Johnson 
Edward Toppi 
Ingar Grev 
Paul Ling 
Ravi Babu 
Bow 3 

Joseph Schweitzer 
Brian Greeley 
Evan Dash 
Eric Buenvioje 
John Bellino 
Anthony Altomari 
Matthew Shade 
Robert Wood 
Matthew Finney 
Not Pictured 
Shawn Duffy 
Robert Engle 
Joseph Lepage 
Michelle Lucero 
Kristin Reynolds 
Dona Sweetser 
Gary Wegley 




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Company Officer: LCDR Charlie A. Jones 



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Company Commander: John Russ 
Company Sub-Commander: Tom Turner 
Company Adjutant: Alan Brock 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Art Hale 
Company Sub-Commander: John Wilson 
Company Adjutant: Tim Holly 





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1987 1988 1989 







Row 1 






Jeffrey Hoggott 




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Christopher Jones 


Row 1 


Gino Edison 


Timothy Boyle 


Mark Gibson 


Thomas George 


Joel Godwin 


Brandan Kot 


Dennis McKelvey 


Eric Micheli 


Jonah Shen 


John Kennington 


Matthew Martin 


Christopher Smith 


Christine Volenti 


Joel McFadden 


Craig Soer 


James Yee 


Dondi Sheehy 


Jason Garrison 


David Shelton 


Anthony DePrizio 


John Ortega 


Margaret Brounk 


Row 2 


Timothy Reimonn 


Richard Kondo 


John Chewning 


John Lorlcco 


Row 2 


Noel Denney 


Row 2 


Mark Mercer 


Charles Strossle 


Andrew Buckon 


Gino Celia 


Daniel Hicks 


Barry Brockway 


Jason Matic 


Christopher Urinyi 


Trav Thiesse 


Jose Escobar 


Paul Dabbar 


William Soper 


Robert Sunderland 


George Freidenberg 


Sean Sullivan 


David DiEugenio 


Timothy Sondeno 


John Hottendorf 


Lindsay Kough 


Kurt Armbrust 


Frederick Smith 


Maximilian Grant 


Christopher Thomas 


William Neumann 


Jon Bunn 


Jeffrey Simmons 


Joseph Cheneler 


Richard Rodriguez 


Paul Basile 


Kenneth Robell 


Patricia Lipoma 


Row 3 


Michael Martin 


Row 3 


Robert Cody 


Row 3 


Chris Dougherty 


Thomas Slusarchyk 


Carl Neidhold 


Leonard Armstrong 


Bradley Armstrong 


John Stetanko 


Frederick Gosebnnk 


Joy Warren 


Matthew Howes 


Arthur Drennon 


Richard Samson 


Mark Gardner 


Todd Hiett 


Christopher Fischohs 


Michael Ryan 


Keith Masterson 


Joseph Stibler 


Robert Wehman 


Bernard Sullivan 


Andrew Wilson 


James Bouchard 


Michael Musser 


Joe Miller 


Brant Pickrell 


Grant Stephenson 


Mark Sergi 


Douglas Mason 


Not Pictured 


Brian Gregory 


Not Pictured 


Michael Kraft 


Not Pictured 


Eric Hoy 


Michelle Laurenzano 


Kenneth McCartney 


Scott Johnson 


Ronnie Wince 


Jeffrey Shelton 



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Company Officer: LT Jim J. Colgary 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Brian Moore 
Company Sub-Commander: Mil<e Woods 
Company Administration: Steve Rehwold 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Barry Dyson 
Company Sub-Commander: Patrick Leary 
Company Administration: Doug Krieger 






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Row 1 

Thomas Mercer 
Robert Swickley 
Rudolph Carlson 
Andrew Lennon 
Thomas Tomaiko 
Michoel Anderson 
Steve Taylor 
Anthony Kllmas 
Gregory Maslello 

Row a 

Jose Shores 

Paul Huxold 
Conrad Caldwell 
Gregory Seargent 
Michael Horrisberger 
Joaquin Bernardo 
Anthony Prato 
John Feeney 
Richard Vitaro 
Row 3 

Thomas Lunifeld 
Michael Keller 
James Rothbun 
Scot Malloy 
Benjamin Shove 
Craig Oechsel 
Timothy Deane 
Ted Wallace 
Hot PIctufed 
Sean Coyle 
Erik Holtkamp 
William Lucas 
Michael Parrillo 
Scott Urbach 



Row 1 

Brian Faike 

Christine Coetzee 

Philip Turner 

John Mares 

Michael Bayeso 

Timothy McGowan 

Chad Dorr 

Melinda Allen 

Theodore Peck 

Row 2 

Glenn Williams 

Fred Herrmann 

Gregory Bernard 

Christopher Neugebauer 

Scott Knox 

Michael Veltre 

K. Anthony Delmas 

Maureen Toohey 

Wiltom Plemenos 

Michael Velasquez 

Kenneth Kristensen 

Row 3 

David Calken 

Mark Mouriski 

James Lakes 

John Sprenger 

Dennis Walsh 

Steve Landess 

Craig Dudley 

James Barber 

Maria Pechacek 

Neil Pettigrew 

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Troye Crickette 



Row 1 

Brian Sears 
Ronald Smudz 
Barry Gittlemon 
Fronk Lugo 
Clarence Willie 
Mike Tesar 
Joseph Holland 
Orin Clay 

Zigmond Leszczynski 
Row 2 
John Coney 
Corey Coombs 
James Cokes 
William Becker 
Kevin Paschal 
William Filon 
Eric Voegels 
William Padgett 
Douglas Lancaster 
John D. Ralston 
Paul Parashak 
David Milot 

Raymond Worthington 
Keith Kirol 
Mark Petz 
Row 3 
Robert Floyd 
Joseph Hart 
Gregory Meyer 
John Beal 
Mark Moynihan 
Scott MacMurdo 
Anthony Williams 
William Hall 
Gerald Gmerek 
Douglas Thiry 
Ronald Howe 
Robert Millott 
Not Pictured 
David Brandeen 
William Watkins 





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Fall Staff 



Company Commander: Thomas Moillet 
Company Sub-Commander: John Neal 
Company Adjutant: James Ohman 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Aaron Horney 
Company Sub-Commander: Jeffrey Rucker 
Company Adjutant: Kevin liams 




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Bow 1 

Scott Bibeau 
Larry Smith 
Leonard Laporta 
Dennis McGee 
Gregory Gephart 
Brad Edenfield 
Lance Lacroix 
Sean Blochberger 
Edward Stephens 
Bow 2 
Ronald Higgs 
David Smith 
Shelley Laurllla 
Jennifer Smith 
Thomas Von Kolnltz 
John Peters 
Stephen Gillespie 
David Marsh 
Anthony Arellano 
Scott Miller 
Joyce Brackett 
Bow 3 
Daniel Schill 
David Hemela 
Thomas Brasek 
Brian Lee 
Matthew Horan 
Ray Cooke 
Gregory Coil 
Leslie Martin 



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Keith Kans 
Andrew Heino 
James Butler 
Roger Erickson 
William Skinner 
Frank Carr 
Allen Flanagan 
Michael Guerrero 
Todd Bibzo 
Bow 2 

Timothy Noonan 
Richard Hernandez 
Roger Johnson 
Charles Smith 
Robert Schosei 
Todd Vaupel 
Kurt Miller 
Daniel Mulligan 
Christopher Hodsden 
John Moore 
John Ross 
Gregory Kolcum 
Samuel Scaffo 
Bow 3 
Craig Union 
Curtis Brown 
Lawrence Mcdonnell 
Chadwick Watson 
Vernon Wallace 
Thomas Lowder 
Douglas Gelbach 
Andrew Howell 
William Seaman 
Benedict Valecruz 
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Wesley Kaufman 



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Christopher Delargy 
Robert Webber 
James Fulton 
Mark Lauda 
Don Mills 
Kimberly Felder 
Brenda Berger 
Stephanie Esquibel 
Kathleen Smith 
Bow 2 

Michael Durst 
Kevin Quinn 
Robert Bigler 
Marcelo Valdez 
Michael Barotta 
Mark Andersen 
Paul Herbert 
Michael Baird 
John Coffey 
Stephen Dininger 
Thomas Farina 
Armando Batastini 
Anthony Newpower 
Bow 3 

Luther Archer 
Robert Dumont 
Christopher Quilty 
Stephen Obsitnik 
Leonard Cooke 
James Mccarter 
Douglas Brandeen 
James Berg 
James Rentfrow 
Michael Glenister 
Druso Daubon 
Not Pictured 
Michael Cornell 
Kathleen Stepien 
Jonathan Williams 



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Battalion Officer: Commander Richard D. Evert 



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Sub-Commander: Sandra Davidson 
Operations: James R. Addison 
Adjutant: Kevin J. Delamer 
Administration: Jeffrey Winebrenner 
Supply: Richard S. Vorl< 



Spring Staff 

Battalion Commander: Daniel K. Baczkowski 

Battalion Sub-Commander: Matthev^ C. Hellmon 

Battalion Operations: Stephen P Semple 

Battalion Adjutant: John Wilczynski 

Battalion Administration: Roland C Salvonero 

Battalion Supply: Charles G. LoPorte 



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Company Officer: CAPT Anthony J, Verducci 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Gregory Glaros 
Company Sub-Commander: Chris Reeger 
Company Adjutant: Matt Ware 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Matthew Glavy 
Company Sub-Commander: John O'Donnell 
Company Adjutant: Andrew Shuma 



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1987 1988 



Bow i 

Eric C. Ho 

Camilo O'Kuinghttons 

Pham Huy-Cong 

Robert Calhoun 

Jeffrey Danielson 

Glenn Stevens 

Russell Moore 

Douglas Tenhoopen 

Jason Cronin 

Row 2 

Molly Corroll 

Curtis Lee 

Tracy Smith 

John Craig 

James Hibbler 

Matthew Miggins 

Christopher Newcomb 

Christopher Compeggie 

Michoel Ray 

Mark Joslin 

Brian Noyes 

Errol Rideau 

Bow 3 

Douglas Boerman 

Rose McCain 

Alan Herrmann 

John Bissa 

Steven Sisney 

Russell Clarke 

Daniel Forster 

Russell Smith 

Tina Ingold 

David Buckley 

Not Pictured 

Frederick Wojcik 



Row 1 

William Burkhart 
Harry Stathos 
William Swent 
Donald McKay 
Cory Melton 
Jeffrey Whetmon 
George Burgermeister 
William Plott 
Donald Grady 
Row 2 

Michoel Giedraitis 
Augusto Cata 
Michael Ma 
David Gentile 
Christopher Korn 
Donald Wright 
Lawrence Hertzog 
Michael George 
William Bach 
Robert Webb 
Row 3 

Michael Binnix 
Christopher Edwards 
Robert Kellogg 
Paul Lhote 
Eric Sharpe 
Stephen Sandoval 
Gregory Rouillard 
Barry Shelton 
Howard Pierce 
John York 
Kenneth Spurlock 
Not Pictured 
John Devine 
Cliff Rees 



1989 

Row i 

Riccordio Gay 
Calvin Smith 
Krista Harris 
Ruth Chosen 
Jeanine Noser 
Margaret Marcantonio 
Adrienne Hegmon 
Gretchen Otto 
Tawayla Lemieux 
Noreen Gibson 
Row 2 

Donald Glatt 
David Bates 
Eric Cheney 
Geoffrey Cogon 
Jaime Borrego 
James Orona 
John Thompson 
Richard Williams 
Ralph McDonald 
Brad Cooper 
Steven Lambrecht 
Steven Brown 
Potrick Bayliss 
Christopher Venezia 
Richard Giacin 
James Miller 
Row 3 

Matthew Hermstedt 
Michael Thrall 
Matthew Wessel 
Steven Hampson 
Robert Wetzel 
Chorles Messenger 
Cari Newman 
Shaun Flanagan 
Nathan Bailey 
Frank Pritzl 
Anthony luculono 
William Swent 
Craig O'Brien 
Lance Fuller 



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Company Oflicer: LCDR Larry J. Murhy 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Todd Wagner 
Company Sub-Commander: Scott Moore 
Company Adjutant: Phil McLaughlin 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Matthew Muckelbauer 
Company Sub-Commander: Sharon Alman 
Company Adjutant: Ellen Roberts 




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1987 1988 1989 



Bow 1 

Daniel Hill 
Kevin Hill 
Renaud Stauber 
Duane McDonald 
John Hesse 
Scott Erdelatz 
Christopher Johnson 
David Julian 
James Dick 
Row 2 

Steven Rowe 
Enc Little 
Michael Williams 
David West 
Sean Curry 
James Houck 
Michael Hathev\/ay 
Jeffrey Griffith 
Kenneth Dunn 
Row 3 
Ronald Harris 
Matthew Sorenson 
Kenneth Frock 
Peter Kowenhoven 
Daniel Brown 
Greg Ellison 
Richard Anderson 
Paul Meisch 
Timothy Rogers 
Mot Pictured 
Michael Herron 
Thomas Murphy 





Row 1 




Dale Rohrbach 




Cam Geiger 




Drew Hymer 




Jock O'Brien 




Bill Misita 




Roy Perez 


Row 1 


Robert Forwalder 


Leo Debandi, Jr. 


Ben Goodwin 


David Robillard 


Ed Martinez 


Mark Luta 


Row 2 


Kevin Kitts 


Todd Kousky 


Brian West 


Robert Vogel 


Dean Turczyn 


David Anselmi 


Gregory Simmons 


Tony Blankenship 


John Coode 


Bill Serad 


Sara Solas 


Keith Wichmann 


Row 2 


Brian Burke 


Thomas Schrantz 


Andrew Darcy 


Jane Collins 


Jeffrey Oberg 


Christopher Trigg 


Kevin Kinslow 


Wendi White 


Thomas Heatter 


James Gray 


Rick Frey 


Christina Jones 


Tim Rennick 


Michael Weinstein 


Howard Warner 


Tristam Farmer 


Johnny Derricho 


Robert Hamilton 


Row 3 


Robert Cariisie 


Chris Campbell 


Row 3 


Robert Cepek 


Christopher Poyton 


Mark Bergmann 


Peter Alexander 


Michael Michel 


Darren Ault 


Robert Palm 


Lee Conley 


Greg Grubbs 


Andrew Wickard 


Brian Sullivan 


Richard Dehn 


Paul Wehner 


Kevin Zochery 


John Woodson 


Jon Silvey 


Tim Taylor 


Donald Packard 


Paul Gallagher 


Gretchen Quosebarth 


Lee Burton 


Jeffrey Kendrick 


Not Pictured 


Not Pictured 


Chris Brunett 


Mark Moralez 


Matt Tait 





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Company Officer: LT Jeff N Zerbe 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Maura Quinn 
Company Sub-Commander: Mark Lowman 
Company Adjutant: Paige Kohli 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Paul Obsitnik 
Company Sub-Commander: Guy Maiden 
Company Adjutant: Bob Bazan 




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1987 1988 1989 



Row 1 

Geoffrey Anderson 
James Fisher 
Thomas Truden 
John Woughter 
Rick Dou 
Joseph Videll 
George Lipscomb 
Michael Stewarf 
William Maffhes 
Row 2 

Scoft Hunnemeyer 
Jeffrey Taylor 
Christopher Powell 
Jonathan Washburn 
Scott Timm 
Scott Slater 
Martin Brandle 
Jose Trevino 
William McCarthy 
Grover Tellez 
Ernest Swan 
Row 3 

Richard Hoffmann 
Christopher Fay 
Michael Peoples 
Brian Kline 
Mark Quick 
Robert Sizemore 
Christopher Bolt 
Eric Dono 
Alexander ihde 
John Alder 
Philip Corcoran 
Michael Herrera 



Bow 1 

Robert Cox 
David Gebhardt 
Robert Tortora 
Dominique Soave 
William Gross 
Jonathan Dachos 
Edward Alexander 
Kristin Orlich 
Michelle Lapeer 
Row 2 

Robert Strong 
Joseph Donnelly 
Mark Scanlon 
Robert Honeycutt 
David Studer 
Daniel Widdis 
Mark Jones 
Gregory Morbach 
Lisa Gregory 
Leesa Taylor 
Row 3 
Britain Price 
James Egan 
Richard Silva 
Jason Burke 
Brian Hare 
Mark Zerbe 
Brian Colley 
Michael Rose 
Rodney Luck 
Tammy Adams 
Not Pictured 
Gavin Fife 



Row i 

Douglas Rogers 
Daniel Eckhart 
Joseph Noble 
Jeffrey Marshall 
John Czajkowski 
Richard Ropson 
Steven McAlearney 
Fred Fagan 
Michael Vaccariello 
Row 2 

Mark Perkinson 
Robert Hickman 
Christopher Cashman 
Christopher Lung 
Frank Goshey 
John Wilson 
Alexander Deluna 
Todd Flonnery 
Michael Kolster 
Andrew Guth 
Michael Ladner 
Kevin Dippery 
Herman Cestero 
Row 3 
Brian Wong 
Michael Klemick 
James Selkirk 
Keith Brzozowsky 
Dennis Oleary 
Peter Zameska 
Christopher Stamper 
Eugene Martin 
Jeffrey Scott 
Gory Irvin 
Gregory Romero 
Richard Miller 
Not Pictured 
Marshall James 
Scott Powers 



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Company Officer: LCDR Richard L. Towner 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Tracy Howard 
Company Sub-Commander: John Wynn 
Company Adjutant: Wright McLeod 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Wendell Crouch 
Company Sub-Commander: Patrick Morrissey 
Company Adjutant: James Donnelly 



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Bow 1 

Charles Schilling 
David Hogan 
Harry Schmidt 
Phillip Bond 
William McNeilley 
Donald Herndon 
Mary Kelly 
Robin Young 
Joycelin Robinson 
Bow 2 

Nancy Springer 
Walt Martin 
Christopher Rapp 
Stephen Peters 
David Orans 
Gary Parker 
Robert Parker 
Mike Patten 
Paul Buck 
Charles Baker 
Patrick Wade 
Carlos Suarez 
Bow 3 

Bradley Roberson 
Garry Parzych 
Jerry Lenaburg 
Michael Finch 
David Renberg 
Paul Newell 
Todd Bolinger 
Thomas Hubbard 
Brian McKone 



Bow 1 

David Woodbury 
Robby Robinson 
John Feldkamp 
Wesley Summers 
David Sween 
Mari< Song 
Michael Tanner 
Terry Emmert 
Eric Weilenman 
Bow 2 

Richard Bryant 
Douglas Schueler 
John McKeon 
Matt Duddy 
Charies Cash 
Sean Reid 
Sean Bond 
Hank Colburn 
Jay Stejskal 
Travis Zach 
Jon Johnson 
Shawn Penrod 
Bow 3 
Kevin Myers 
Harold Yeldell 
Gregg Lehocky 
Matthew Baiters 
Larry Gloss 
Michael Mahaney 
Eric Reinhold 
Anton Lorgiader 
Chris Drewello 
Eric Busko 
Mark Retzloff 
Not Plchirod 
Christian Dobleman 




Bow 1 

Gerald Cavalisri 
Kathleen Monaghan 
Alison Smith 
Lauralyn Carter 
Tania Viera 
Solly Chamberlain 
Grace Stover 
Robert Wyand 
William Stomp 
Bow 2 

Kevin Shanley 
James Melvin 
Shown Hendricks 
Tung Ho 

Michael Windlond 
Scott Lysaght 
Tony Kimberiin 
Chad Thompson 
Scott Love 
Chad Brivkalns 
Douglas Brown 
Matthew Caradonna 
Tony Frudakis 
Michael Reyes 
Byron Merritt 
Bow 3 
Neol Fenton 
Thomas Bruno 
Gregory Allen 
Neal Quigley 
Gregory Wagner 
Scott Porter 
Mark Vondroff 
Steven Vanni 
Jose Garza 
Dawn Hixson 
Scott Hurm 



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Company Officer: CAPT R. B. Peele 

Fall SfQff 

Company Commander: Joseph W Ihlan 
Company Sub-Commander: Richard M Gomez 
Company Adjutant: Michael G. Van Durick 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Gregory J. Mazenko 
Company Sub-Commander: Richard B. Lorentzeri 
Company Adjutant: Jeffrey L Tavares 




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Row i 

Mark Brown 
Gregory Shinnick 
Thomas Henwood 
Stephan Smith 
William DeBruyn 
Randy Ferguson 
Michael Quinn 
Bow 2 
Burt Espe 
Patrick Hurley 
Philip Cobb 
Richard Chao 
Wallace Moore 
Seth Hudgms 
James Raymond 
Paul Gosnell 
Edward Walker 
Joesph Van Helden 
Row 3 
Steven Koto 
Hans Graverholt 
Mark Schreiber 
Brian McCowley 
Charles Kramer 
Brian Shamblin 
Thomas Maxfield 
Michael Radice 
James Peters 
Murray Cook 
Kenneth Rouser 
Mot PIcturod 



Row 1 

William Suggs 
Richard Scott 
Blaine Pennypacker 
Robert Poellnitz 
Vincent Capiello 
David Rogers 
Claude Richardson 
Gory Formet 
Scott Christopher 
Row 2 

Diane Wiggins 
Clifford Burgess 
Gregory Souter 
Michael Coleman 
Michael Dovis 
Ronal Startzel 
Brian Rothjen 
Christopher Abbott 
Frank Mays 
Rick Acheson 
Kimberley Boyer 
Row 3 



Bow 1 

James Walton 
Robert Stevens 
James Waters 
Brett Bekken 
Redante Decanoy 
William Ipock 
Jomes Clautice 
Alex Chao 
Ransom Rogers 
Bow 2 

Charles Adams 
Luis Ramos 
John Guandolo 
Randy Reyes 
James Demott 
Michael Rollins 
Robert Fryer 
Mark Sanders 
Paul Ryan 
Matthew McLuckie 
Brian Tait 
Robert Boyles 
Julien Grant 
Bow 3 

Aaron Ressler 
Stephen Barrie 
Reginald Howard 
John St. Clair 
Roger Suro 
Thomas Magnani 
Dominic Roberts 
Jonathan Lebaron 
Robert Priest 
James Weggen 
Casey Trovers 
Not Pictured 
Scott Baroun 
Jay Crobtree 
Bradly Vogt 





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Company Officer: LT Ron R. Evans 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Mark J. Angil 

Company Sub-Commander: James J. Puzan 

Company Adjutant: C. Frederick O'Neill 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Raymond Poinsette 
Company Sub-Commander: Mark Eakes 
Company Adjutant: James Pasichuke 




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■ow 1 

Kenneth Cundrff 
Poul Curran 
Chortes Wirth 
Darin Ashley 
Rudy Crespin 
Suzanne Brown 
Julie Helmers 
Rayonne Soupset 
Stephen Ryan 
Bow 2 

John Baldwin 
Diana Farraday 
Adnenne Marks 
Stephen Giannone 
David Welch 
Gary Kirklond 
Wilbam Angeloni 
John Spitzer 
Stephen Locke 
Bow 3 
Shekion Jo 
James Schreiber 
Timothy Slough 
Gotxiel Gomez 
Craig Perri 
Janet Walters 
Geoffrey Hotter 
Ed lonone 
Patrick Ahearn 
Samuel King 
Harry Benson 
Mot Shown 
Joseph Phillips 
Guy Simmons 



Bow ^ 

Timothy Reicher 
Michael Mazza 
John Kropcho 
Gregg Martin 
Akan Androski 
Juan Rivera 
Pierre Kennedy 
Todd Hickerson 
Timothy Sweet 
Bow 2 

David Vaiadez 
Joesph Lyons 
Charles Bailley 
Joseph Barton 
Dale Kelly 
Jock Salyers 
Todd Hickerson 
Robert Bello 
Hank Price 
Peter Yannokakis 
Bob Bello 
Bow 3 

Andrew Wannamaker 
Douglas Jones 
Frederic Maiek 
Paul Simpson 
Thomas Buehner 
Robert Pescatore 
Thomas Temple 
Jeffrey Palmer 
Joseph Fronson 
Kevin Whearty 
Mark Damisch 
Mot Plctufd 
Dana Cook 



Bow 1 

Don Gomboa 
Jack Stekdie 
David McCord 
Felix Bustilks 
Kenneth GokJing 
Mk:hoel Leupokj 
Dole Hurley 
Roger Galbraith 
Ron Slson 
Bow 2 

Mary Jo Salerno 
James Imaman 
Gregory Weismon 
Bob Kendall 
Arthur Dove 
Ellen Gardner 
Wendy Miller 
Sean Fuller 
Thomas Reole 
Anne Cavey 
Carol Womock 
John Hoofnogle 
Bow 3 

Waiiam Pennington 
Ernest Unsay 
Paul Day 
Mark Pimpo 
Andrew Escriva 
Thomas Coker 
Thomas Fletcher 
Brian Caldwell 
Down Hillman 
Richard Eitel 
Christine Tonabe 
Kevin Wesley 
Andrew Nugent 
Mot PIctwod 
Terrance Hammond 




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Battalion Commander: Donald Braswell 
Battalion Sub-Commander: Susan D Fink 
Battalion Operations: Christine E. Lombardi 
Battalion Adjutant: Morgan B. Jones 
Battalion Administration: James F Durand 
Battalion Supply: Peter D. Yarger 

Sorina Staff 

Battalion Commander: Jeffery McMullin 

Battalion Sub-Commander: Keith R. Wettschrek 

Battalion Operations: Todd A. Steffy 

Battalion Adjutant: Thomas Frizell 

Battalion Administration: Daniel F. Redmond 

Battalion Supply: Paul D. Lawrence 




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Company Officer: MAJ Charles W. Arnold 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Fred M. Rife, Jr 
Company Sub-Commander: George D Pointon 
Company Adjutant: Ellsa R. Martinez 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Russell G. Tysinger 
Company Sub-Commander: Stephen T Fay 
Company Adjutant: Keith W. Huntley 




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Rei Gonzalez 
Michael Carroll 
Gregory Miller 
Patrick Hamilton 
Michael Starkey 
Charles Daniels 
John Watson 
Nicholas Diorio 
Francis Fitzpatrick 
Bow 2 

Kristopher Klein 
Brad Boyd 
Douglas Blackburn 
Scott Veach 
Rob Ellis 

Michael Wooster 
Charles Marsh 
Art Blanchard 
Michael Kiess 
Bow 3 
Erik Shay 
David Sasek 
Frank Pereira 
Jack Franchi 
James Sullivan 
Michael Clark 
Dominick Oddo 
Enoch Blazis 
Michael Danzer 
John Burke 
Mot Pictured 
Anthony Bradley 
Michael Brooks 
John Fulp 
Keval Kamat 



Bow 1 

Nicholas Amotuccio 
Fidel Morejon 
Paul Rumelhart 
Scott Manning 
Elizabeth Shaffer 
Kathleen Kubiske 
Michelle Meria 
Joseph Dundas 
Curtis Avery 
Bow 2 

Mark Lamczyk 
Thomas Melnick 
David Chapotes 
Tomas Vera 
Kelly Wahler 
Bow 3 

Michael Marchildon 
Brad Mullen 
Scott Valentine 
Dan Bacon 

Toa'ale Mulitauaopele 
Thomas Tippett 
Ed Sloop 
Steven Trent 
Gregory Williams 
Not Pictured 
Mark Altobello 
Kevin Arnold 
David Baker 
Jeffrey Cassidy 
David Fravor 
Ernest Fuchs 
Lorene Paulsen 
Kirk Williams 
Todd Hickerson 




Bow 1 

Vikrom Sardono 
Leif Harrison 
David Feuger 
Miodrag Nedeljkovic 
Joe Mandichak 
Peter O'Connor 
Joseph Austin 
Javier Garcia 
John Gibson 
Bow 2 

Chris Fraticelli 
Brian Bauer 
Keith Hicks 
James Gameros 
Matthew Welborn 
Azeem Jamshed 
Darin Marley 
Brian Frack 
Bow 3 

Stephen McCormick 
Michael Pnefer 
Eric Christian 
John Trower 
Donald Brockett 
John LaPoint 
Robert Benson 
Timothy Litz 
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Brian Canova 
Stephen Formello 
Wesley Guinn 
William Inman 
Elden Mayo 
James Myers 
Thomas Schmitt 
William Woods 




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Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Bryan S Semple 
Company Sub-Commander: Aaron S. Ellison 
Company Adjutant: Donald M. Bouchard 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: James M. Kuhn 
Company Sub-Commander: Patrick B Stith 
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Bow 1 

David Bement 
Clare Amy 
Richard Dikeman 
Craig Augenstein 
Jorge BlasinI 
David Kless 
Todd Cramer 
Michael Browne 
Robert Keith 
Bow 2 

Thomas Wagner 
Daniel Snyder 
Ruben Soto 
Thomas Harrington 
Theodore Brown 
Thomas Browne 
Thomas Taliaferro 
Susan Davis 
Ann Padilla 
Bow 3 

Christopher Gollen 
Michael Fields 
Chang Chung 
Steven Otto 
Patrick Stratton 
Michael Kurka 
James Cody 
John Polowczyk 
Brian Moloney 
Not PIcturod 
Robert MacArthur 
Margaret McKee 



Bow 1 

Timothy Yanucil 
John Keeling 
Dean Valentine 
Christopher Snyder 
Dominick Cipolla 
Thomas Turner 
Wayne Brisson 
Steven Cedrun 
Eric Laing 
Bow 2 
Carlos Floras 
Kevin Barnett 
James Sarfert 
Mark Guevarra 
James Moguire 
Lester Wolf 

Robert Staten 

Marshall Millet 

Alfred Bunge 

Bow 3 

Michael Bramble 

Brian Bell 

Joseph Fischer 

Thomas Smith 

Thomas Victory 

James Johson 

Dean Orvis 

Ted Biggie 

David Cleary 

Not Pictured 

Alan Greenwood 

Kevin Ross 

John Santosolvo 

Anthony Thome 

Thomas Tierney 



Bow 1 

Sherolyn Clark 
Roberta Hahn 
Michelle LaDuca 
Matthew Clucas 
Carl Petty 
Sean Kelly 
Derrick Reiton 
Michael Breslauer 
Frank Boylan 
Bow 2 

Timothy Hofacre 
Christopher Harmer 
Monique Beauchesne 
Haydee Lewis 
Joseph Navratil 
David Michael 
Robert Saunders 
Scott Jensen 
Matthew Piacitelli 
Steven Debus 
Marvin Campbell 
James Schroeder 
David Moyer 
Victoria Summers 
Bow 3 

Yessic Spencer 
Matthew Neild 
Edward Holt 
Steven Morris 
Joseph Carroll 
Christopher Owens 
Timothy McElligatt 
Robert Santiago 
Thad Smith 
Not Pictured 
Wesley Boyce 
James Gonsalves 
Steven Samaniego 









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Company Officer: LT James P. Ransom 

Fall StaH 

Company Commander: Brian Skimmons 
Company Sub-Commander: Kirt Kranker 
Company Adjutant: Mike Wharton 

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Company Commander: Keith Smith 
Company Sub-Commander: John Singel 
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1987 1988 1989 



Row 1 

Eric Lafnitzegger 
Mark Groothuis 
Paul Dupre 
Jim Byrne 
Joe Tenney 
Vic Tuttle 
Charles Ambrose 
Croig Branchfield 
Micriael Polcon 
Row 2 

Laurence Lessard 
Thomas Adams 
Dawn Alvarez 
Jeanne Grabowsky 
Kathleen Buckley 
Patrick Hagerty 
Thomas Coyne 
Curtis Permito 
Michael Norton 
Joseph Seibert 
Row 3 

Michael Ropiak 
Marc Firlie 
Stanley Jezior 
Lon Rodemacher 
James Green 
James Derrane 
Joseph Eversole 
Susan Mitchell 
Joseph Deleon 
Not Pictured 
Michael Flood 



Row 1 

Alan Czeszynski 
Jerry Dickerson 
Greg Acton 
John Zimmerman 
Maximo Mejia 
Wilburn Thomas 
Robert Sparrock 
Kurt Juengling 
John Podolak 
Row 2 

Thomas Pietkiewicz 
Celeo Murillo 
Brad Bookwalter 
David Hoff 
Steven Townsend 
Michael Munoz 
James Morten 
Ovi/en Travis 
Dean Sacerdote 
Joseph Zebrovifski 
Row 3 
Jed Smith 
Larry Strimple 
Thomas White 
Michael Hodges 
Thomas Gomez 
Matthew Felt 
Andrew McCartin 
Scott Morrissey 
Jeffrey Limile 
Not Pictured 
Richard Fatzinger 
Jerry Hupp 
Michael Schultz 
Mark Wesley 



Row 1 

Susan Oxendine 
Jeneane Maddaloni 
Mary Robertson 
Frank Menarchick 
Tung Pham 
David Nosal 
Yvette Gonzalez 
Pat Hunkler 
Steve Mosier 
Row 2 
Rich Beutter 
Paul Diehl 
Dan Gentry 
Calin Evon 
Laura Bush 
Charles Gears 
Jennifer Burch 
Matthew Sandoval 
Julia Smith 

Christopher Schaefer 
Julie Niedermaier 
Cary Krause 
Carlton Davis 
Row 3 

David Grennek 
Michael Ballou 
Eric Hruschka 
Erik Barnes 
Robert Duguay 
Matthew Groom 
Lance Wood 
John Petit 
John Cunningham 
Albert Lewis 
Not Pictured 
James Glynn 
David Merker 
Paul Purdy 
Christopher Saat 



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Company Officer: LT Mike F. Melo 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Jim Brocket! 
Company Sub-Commander: Nels Swanson 
Company Adjutant: Ken Arneson 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Jack Dingess 
Company Sub-Commander: Earl Totty, Jr. 
Company Adjutant: Todd Solomon 




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1987 1988 1989 



Bow 1 

John Dryer 
Stuart Littlejohn 
Patrick Flynn 
Eric Henry 
Gunnar Buzzard 
Robert Hickey 
Jeffrey Stec 
Tricia Thompson 
Laura Lott 
Bow 2 

Daniel Shields 
Juan Wheat 
Michael Tobin 
Michael Cantwell 
Anthony Fernandes 
Greggory Monk 
Samuel Baker 
Steven Fenstemaker 
Patrick Curtin 
Bow 3 
Sybil Bradley 
James Hagler 
Gil Diaz 

Vincent McBeth 
Kenneth Inglesby 
Steven Yoder 
John Quast 
Dave Dutch 
Patrick Quinn 
Kenneth Ham 
Hoi PIcturod 
Timothy Whelan 



Bow i 

Jim Rogers 
Keith Bell 
Duska Sahler 
Barbara Calister 
Kathleen Geer 
Jane Kurtz 
Jonathan Shemwell 
Marcos Javier 
Bow 2 

Mark Breeden 
Rich Brennan 
Chris Valentino 
Jay Dill 
Dan Lewis 
Kevin Reed 
James Caulfield 
Raymond Villar 
Shevaun Webster 
Robert Beymer 
Richard Deguzman 
Dovid Nolan 
r^rwin Fischer 
Bow 3 

Jonathan Warner 
Michael Sawyer 
Robert lydens 
Thomas Sammon 
Kevin Voss 
Craig Anderson 
David Dowling 
Herbert Jones 
Paul Hoebler 
Not Pictured 
Dondi Edwards 
Darryl Lampkin 
David Shalikashvili 



Bow 1 

Michael McConnell 
Patrick Brown 
Darryl Smith 
Mark Carlton 
Stephen Gutosky 
Alberto Alberto 
Erik Myhre 
Juan Segovia 
Bow 2 
Jason Ross 
Hampton Tanner 
Braddock Treadway 
Deric Camarigg 
Lawrence Wadford 
Paul Dolan 
Brian Van Norman 
Robert McLauchlan 
Jeffrey Nopoliello 
John Hawley 
Bow 3 
Mark Moglin 
Scott Davis 
Curtis Irby 
Martin Beoulieu 
Joseph Kerstiens 
Grant Mager 
James Schwab 
Brian Davis 
Mark Haden 
Not Pictured 
Timothy Cherry 
Curtis Wold 




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Company Officer: LT Jeff A. Tomeo 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Larry Maye 
Company Sub-Commander: Loretta Reynolds 
Company Adjutant: Alan Jarusewski 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Daniel Dufresne 
Company Sub-Commander: Russ Lindsey 
Company Adjutant: David Rhodes 




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1987 1988 1989 



Bow 1 

Lou Gregus 
Albert Desmarais 
Christopher Hodges 
Steven Sylvester 
David Quint 
Andy Rov^e 
John Wells 
Eric Hollowoy 
Brett Pierson 
Bow 2 
Keith Peden 
Michael Lombardo 
Robert Goodbody 
Michael Sheerin 
George Bnsbin 
Bill Howe 
Jim Willcockson 
Allen Cruz 
Michael Gieg 
Thomas Schwab 
Gregory Harris 
Robert Hollawell 
Bow 3 

Thomas Graves 
Jettrey Colwell 
Michael D'Ambro 
Timothy Wolf 
Roy Ledesma 
Dan Sammons 
James Merna 
Anthony Sindoni 
Alan Rogers 



Bow 1 

Jason Summers 
Stephan Coker 
Timothy Brunn 
Timothy Mattison 
Joseph Brenner 
James Cox 
Cassondra Preer 
Elena Abuyen 
Robert Harrill 
Bow 2 

Gretchen Stage 
Shoun Donnelly 
Brian Clancy 
George Mazzoli 
Bill Park 
Trey Wheeler 
Andrew Greene 
Ernest Kotsos 
Gregory Lamb 
Erik Gartzke 
Michael Clemens 
Bow 3 

Judy Kempisty 
Steve Slodky 
Richard McGrath 
Scott Shire 
Eric Wyatt 

Christopher Okelberry 
Thomas Smith 
Michael Camilleri 
Jon Hooper 
William Fiery 
Robin Buxton 
Not Pictured 
Howard Payton 



Bow 1 

Edward O'Neill 
Christopher Zito 
Brian Treanor 
Brian Prather 
John Lowrie 
Gontran Lamberty 
Matthew Bishop 
John Olsen 
Rudy Padre 
Bow 2 

Sean O'Malley 
David Velez 
Michael Steodman 
John Lark in 
Kent Brown 
Clint Carroll 
Charles Mills 
Stephen Locke 
Joseph Baumgartner 
Aaron Gilbert 
Frank Cardello 
William Heyser 
Patrick Nath 
Kent Berry 
Bow 3 

Brian Wetzler 
Vernon Cole 
Charles Gill 
Peter Watts 
Andrew D'Ambrosio 
James Cooney 
Troy Holland 
Tom Svoboda 
James Ronka 
Daniel Smalley 
Not Pictured 
David Velez 




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Company Officer: LT Tim G. Ruck 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Christopher J. Ainsworth 
Company Sub-Commander: John R Taylor 
Company Adjutant: William A. Rauscher 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Brian B Brown 
Company Sub-Commander: John A Collins 
Company Adjutant: D. J. English 



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1987 1988 1989 







Row 1 






Richard Williams 






Michael Metzger 






David Cox 






Jeff Cielo 






Ronnie Dictado 






David Casey 






Joseph Parks 






Christopher Olson 




Row 1 


Robert Kovaichik 




David Romberger 


Row 2 


Row 1 


John Church 


David Cloe 


Jeffrey Lay 


Timothy Conway 


William Pickrel 


Rodney DeWalt 


William Macchione 


Bryan Brauns 


Jim Bates 


Milt Guzman 


Richard Thompson 


Brian Humm 


Dennis Sullivan 


Brian Felletier 


Cody Grammer 


Chris Rockovv^ 


James Sadler 


Ivan Pagan 


David Madigon 


Kenneth Harrison 


John Gasperino 


John Freese 


Randy Alexander 


James Holbrook 


Row 2 


Mark Wiggins 


Scott Roth 


Todd MacDonald 


James Popielec 


Row 2 


Stephen Coughlin 


Thomas Spatig 


Paul Kurisky 


Richard Canedo 


John Kemno 


Eric Wood 


Terry Moron 


Jeffrey Engel 


Rosendo Rodriguez 


Robert Grosse 


Matt Reeves 


Michael Jordan 


Christopher Dirks 


Row 3 


David Lester 


Mary Cummings 


Stone Hill 


Skip Trahan 


Laura Stroman 


Brian Grimm 


John Pinnota 


Charisse Mann 


Edward Sterling 


Joseph Piontek 


Matthew Treoster 


Glen Zurlo 


John Plourde 


Annette Schlutermann 


William Moyer 


Robert Harrington 


Andrew Shaw 


Tom McAvoy 


Row 3 


Row 3 


Walter Robohn 


Rudi Saldivar 


Keith Beals 


Harry Pelto 


Timothy Roylonce 


Scott Lowry 


Dean Vontol 


Scott Stanford 


Poul Qualey 


Lance Westerlund 


Mark Mykleby 


Jon Swonson 


Patrick Peterson 


Jason Hardebeck 


Chris Warren 


Joker Jenkins 


Daniel Snyder 


Robert Simi 


William Townsend 


David Postoll 


Michael Milo 


Not Pictured 


Daniel McMillan 


Michael Bynum 


John Mohn 


Eric Schoenbucher 


Thomas Gaffney 


Brent Samuels 




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Battalion Officer: Commander G. Daniel Moore 



Commander: Roger J, Morin 
Sub-Commander: Bret D Wise 
Operations: Jeffrey S. Ruth 
Adjutant: James D. Barnes 
Administration: Kim K Lee 
Supply: James L. Mailloux 



Spring Staff 

Battalion Commander: Kenneth A Bogdan 
Battalion Sub-Commander: John G Worman 
Battalion Operations: John Marc Wiemann 
Battalion Adjutant: William Kiestler 
Battalion Administration: Jeffrey M Durand 
Battalion Supply: Daniel L. Lachance 




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Company Officer: LT Frank G. Scholley 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: John Bamonte 
Company Sub-Commander: Damon Boteson 
Company Adjutant: Patricia McCarthy 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: J Cooper Crouse 
Company Sub-Commander: Tom McGovern 
Company Adjutant: Peter B Van Tasser 



1987 1988 1989 



Bow 1 

Robert Zaorski 
Michael Huber 
Rodney Graves 
Joel Baker 
Leonard Borgdorff 
John Young 
Danny Nygaard 
John McGowan 
Michael Smith 
Row 2 

Michael Wanebo 
Ben Glenn 
Gary Janac 
Edword Eckerf 
Dale Anderson 
John Vertel 
Daniel Dougherty 
Patrick Perkins 
Bow 3 

Robert Smith 
John Sniffen 
Paul Bourgeois 
Scott Lochndge 
Spencer Wall 
Michael Lavigna 
George Williams 
Steve Pitrof 
Sean Coughlm 
Not Pictured 
Anthony Diggie 
Lozaurnei Dugger 
Gregory Hill 
Leroy Vaughn 



Bow 1 

Kathleen Brennan 
Lini McCarthy 
Johnny Tucker 
Bcrty Brown 
Donny Waymire 
Barry Gum 
Tom Williams 
Margaret Jockel 
Lori Sorokotch 
Bow 2 

James Spence 
Christopher Karp 
Craig Colby 
Nhut Tron 
Thomas McKeon 
Rudolph Janiczek 
Eric Savage 
Currie Crookston 
Bow 3 

John Romines 
Marshall Swor 
Todd Kile 
Erich Wahl 
Karl Droese 
Kenneth Posed 
William Rowell 
Anthony Ludovici 
James Traa 
Not Pictured 
Michael Ovello 
Roshed Elmosiimony 
James Grassey 
Christopher Lord 
Erin Wilson 



Bow 1 

Joseph How/ard 
David Schlievert 
Ron Redick 
Scott RusseU 
Robert Jones 
Donokl Gelsinger 
Louis Durso 
Eddie Glosper 
David Maxwell 
Bow 2 
John Ryan 
Michael Harnett 
Stewart Chang 
Phillip Lindogan 
Robert Stauder 
Joseph Klein 
Anthony Bigbee 
Trnothy Phillips 
Kenneth Dyer 
Michael Leschinsky 
Emil Peoples 
Terry Kimberling 
Bow 2 

William Jividen 
Christopher Knight 
Bryan Anderson 
Charles Stout 
Burton Sunderland 
Daniel Miller 
Steve Dickson 
Marc Pedalino 
Mark Rawlins 
Thomas Wondo 
Robert Smith 
John Dotka 
Not Pictured 
James Joyner 
Dennis Roudebush 
Eric Toweson 




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Company Officer: LT Allison A. Audilet 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: Rick Merrill 
Company Sub-Commander: Tom O Keefe 
Company Administration: John Gensure 

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Company Commander: Gerald Pfeifer 
Company Sub-Commander: Kurt Enrlquez 
Company Administration: Dan Moses 




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Row 1 

Arthur Pruett 
Christopher Wilson 
John Wiikens 
Stocey Headley 
Lisa Rathjen 
Anthony Cimafranca 
Matt Mullins 
Grady Banister 
Jeffrey Moss 
Row 7 
Eric Parker 
Kathy Allen 
John Zulick 
Jonathan Jewell 
Gregory Zymbaluk 
Douglas Keller 
Derrick Smith 
Darin McCloy 
Mercedes Liwski 
Thomas Bacigalupo 
Randy Johnson 
Row 3 

Thomas Wilder 
Scott Brown 
Stephen Ballister 
Timothy Thomure 
Ted Anderson 
John Flynn 
Eric Leong 
Timothy Flonan 
Richard McGrath 
Michael Maiogne 





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Matthew Le Clair 
Samuel Clemmons 
John Twibell 
Bruce Jobs 
Bryan Graham 
Craig Bender 
Stephen Lorentzen 
Paul Stader 
Daniel Merrill 
Row 2 

Noel Salvanero 
Ken Burgett 
Michael Morris 
Frank Dembia 
Michael Jones 
Gregory Hitchan 
Thomas Kiss 
Dane Thorleifson 
John Tramont 
David Albritton 
Stephen Leon 
Andrew Mueck 
Steven Thorne 
Row 3 
John Nobers 
Tim Andrews 
Leiand Johnson 
Sonjay Mathur 
Daniel Kramer 
Thomas Nigon 
Helge Carson 
Timothy Keefe 
Adriaen Morse 
Michael Hosken 



Bow i 

Alan Petro 
Joseph Roth 
Ted Wingfield 
Joseph Fagan 
Jeffrey Bradbury 
James Ehlert 
Wade Turvold 
Jeremy Chio 
Shan Byrne 
Row 7 
David Sadler 
Kristen Colbert 
Colin Brady 
Kevin Claffy 
John Shassberger 
Steve Grass 
Dale Fajardo 
Pete Garvin 
Leopold Blum 
Zach Bell 
Carlos Grez 
Lynn Johnson 
Barbara Sousa 
Row 3 

Joseph Steele 
Ronald Draker 
Michael Knowles 
Brian Engel 
Jay Bitting 
Anthony Menzl 
Gevan Reeves 
Jerry Boster 
John Hunczak 




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Company Officer: LT Timothy M. Mulcare 

Foil Staff 

Company Commander: Mark Barth 
Company Sub-Commander: Chris Kinsey 
Company Adjutant: David Green 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: Mark Roeckell 
Company Sub-Commander: Andrew Tanner 
Company Adjutant: Harvey Winters 




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1987 1988 t?89 



Row 1 

George Saroch 

Bob Misch 

Chris Dunphy 

Stephen Nogy 

Michoel Demchak 

Ted Williams 

Susanne Clautice 

Poul Brow 

Scott Wolfe 

Bow 2 

Chnstopher Memom 

Patrick Kelly 

Gary Walker 

Steve Cohan 

Duncan Hart 

Ben Griffith 

Alex Rapadas 

Michael Hill 

Elizabeth Wuestenberg 

James Morgan 

Bow 3 

Todd Buechs 

Jay McKelvey 

Tim Callahan 

Robert Olsen 

Miguel Rodriguez 

Warren Buller 

Steven Battle 

John Bays 

Thomas Van Atta 

Mot PIctufd 

Carol Berry 



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Bow 1 

Jose Rossy 
William Tobin 
Daniel Begeman 
Barry Crosby 
Jim Zito 
Scott Kelly 
Thomas McCarthy 
Matthew Blockwell 
Bow 2 

Peter Dunphy 
Greg Florence 
Paul Ambrogi 
Darren Olson 
Chris Dempsey 
Jim Bortlett 
Dave Lopez 
Joe Dacanay 
Jim Hawkins 
David Hitt 
Robert Cooper 
John Kasuda 
David Hallisey 
Bow 3 

James Lanoue 
James Harlan 
Wesley Spence 
Brian O'Donnell 
Robin Sarner 
Paul Lehman 
Bryan Monteith 
William Daly 
Christopher LaPenna 
Anthony Mazzeo 
Not Plctufod 
Thomas Manning 



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Jose Morales 
Erin Zellers 
Peggy Bosnic 
Theresa Lewis 
Catherine Masar 
Jennifer Jaunsen 
Stepanie Schoiiaert 
Claudia Perez 
Katherine Coviello 
Bow 2 
David Rose 
Kevin Lynne 
Paul Cook 
Charles Quintas 
Felip>e Luna 
Michael Tribble 
Todd Pfeiffer 
John Rogers 
Harold Cornwall 
Glenn Miller 
Douglas Perry 
Scott Wine 
Robert Busby 
Ronakj Pawlo 
Dennis O'Rourke 
Jerome Conn 
Bow 3 

Glenn Barker 
John Smith 
Patrick Hudson 
Matthew Suess 
Paul Averna 
James Barnhill 
Edwin Reed 
Mark Kneisel 
David Walker 
Thomas Robertson 
Andrew Kenny 
John Kainer 
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Karen West 



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Company Officer: CAPT R. G. Houck 

Fall Sfgff 

Company Commander: Robert Prior 
Company Sub-Commander: Joy Surina 
Company Adjutant: Henry Silva 

Spring Staff 

Company Commander: William Rohm 
Company Sub-Commander: John Crook 
Company Adjutant: Andrew Metroko 




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Bow 1 

Graham Rogers 
Gary Corter 
Charles Cassidy 
Bourke Millgan 
Douglas Schutz 
Michael Georgiefski 
Kevin Hol.and 
William Weber 
Erica Safiler 
Row 2 
Steven Ivory 
James Kushner 
David Johnson 
Scott Bowmer 
Ronald Woodamon 
Dofxjld Ward 
Tod Northcott 
Louis Zoccardi 
Bow 3 

Rob Roberson 
Michael TluchowskI 
Jim Matheson 
Eddie Schofieid 
TtvDrrxDS Marzec 
Douglas Hanson 
Robert Kay 
Mot Ptcturod 
Morjorie Trott 



Bow 1 

Michael Dinardo 
Steven Wiemon 
Lance Davidson 
Tr>omas Beck 
Richard Bruns 
John Lemmon 
Mark Hageniocher 
Paul Savoge 
James Campbell 
Bow 2 
Paul Martel 
Christian Nordlie 
Michael Cox 
Michael Tabb 
Thomas Trotter 
David Wheeler 
Michael Foumier 
George Turner 
Jack C'Donnel 
Paul Muller 
Michael James 
Bow 3 
Robert Miller 
Jonathan Hupp 
Eric Veit 
Mike Chesire 
Stephen Kim 
Mark Butler 
Jeff Muller 
Christopher Bushnell 
Michael Brown 
Jeffrey Morgraf 
Mot PIcturod 
Stephen Hossell 
William Hisock 
Scott Wilson 



1989 

Bow 1 

Barbora Tucker 
JeonPierre Brousset 
Brian Hathaway 
Joe Huffdker 
Richard HuBt 
Christopher Fatheree 
WHIkam Tibbs 
George Acosta 
Derek Fuler 
Bow 2 
Mark Kaprat 
Pierre Hintor^ 
James Rich 
Peter Lehordy 
Robert Lewis 
Donakb Vangilder 
Russell Bandong 
Heidi Dickerson 
Thomas Popp 
Darrin Whaley 
Dan Vetter 
Cathy Donohue 
Ben Koenig 
Bow 3 

Lee Modesrtt 
Brian Nicholson 
Jay Darrell 
Carl Ward 
James Melone 
Michael Eggleston 
WBom Donnelly 
Ed Drew 
Darryl Anderson 
Ann Ftollenbeck 
Mot Pteturod 
Daniel Catlin 
Nkjro Humi 
Dieter Jobe 
Mark Richardson 
Joseph Toth 
Sheryl Trent 



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Company Officer: LT Chris Wenz 

Fall Staff 

Company Commander: John L Swanson 
Company Sub-Commander: Paul A, Gardner 
Company Administration: Karen Fallon 

Spring Staff 

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1987 1988 1989 





Row 1 


Row 1 




Desmond Smith 


David Turnbaugh 


Row 1 


James London 


David Salomon 


Mark Fox 


Robert Cecchini 


David Lopez 


Joseph Steffon 


Fredrick Hall 


Steven Kephart 


Brooks Clark 


Scot Fuhrmon 


Philip Cronin 


John O'Boyle 


Michael Hammond 


Robert Wilson 


Rick Stollmeyer 


Marjorie Conby 


David Hurley 


James Springer 


Roger Clark 


David Thorn 


Guy Braden 


Max Aguilor 


Sean Moriorty 


Andrew Ricciuti 


Row 2 


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Thomas Mattson 


Clarke Woodfin 


Larry McFall 


Row 2 


Damon Fields 


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Kent Kirby 


Alex Weiner 


Lino Covarrubias 


Don Shaffer 


Glenn Pendrick 


Jon Stevenson 


Phil Brandt 


Timothy Kunkel 


Thod Nisbeft 


Michael Watt 


Bradley Hermsen 


Chad Acey 


Bruce Shuttleworth 


Loren Wisniewski 


Edward Gray 


Michael Weigert 


James Zarzoco 


Mike Cousins 


David Anderson 


James Owens 


Jeff Jones 


Ramon Cancio 


Taurio McMillan 


Michael Honna 


Daryl Wagoner 


Daniel Conley 


Philip Young 


Michael Rovenstine 


Philip Campbell 


Kevin Stafford 


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Kevin Brown 


Robert Adier 


James McGrath 


Edward Turnberg 


Chris Melling 


Sean Leory 


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John Raymond 


Steven Tiedeman 


Bruce Black 


David Beemer 


Colin Walsh 


Timothy Smith 


Scott Seeberger 


John Mclnerney 


Charles Bailey 


Logan Jones 


Rtehord Montgomery 


Paul Zippel 


Jeffrey Kane 


Earl Jones 


Christopher Cloy 


John Gordon 


Christina Green 


Sean Johnson 


Roger Hilarides 


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Bow 1 

Gregory Thompson 
John Mellor 
Paul Saksvlg 
Matthew Midea 
Richard MacMurchy 
Anthony Gonzales 
John Meissel 
Arthur Cimiluca 
Robert Shepard 
Bow 2 
John Hall 
Doug Wilson 
Andrew Vulllemot 
John Wilson 
Ron Smith 
John Young 
Joseph Simei 
Kirk Baldin 
Bow 3 

David Robinson 
Robert Bums 
Gary Schabert 
Jackson McGrady 
Daniel Bates 
James Swanson 
Mark Winkler 
Not PlctufOd 
Andrew Coffey 
Owen Duke 
John Weaver 



Bow 1 

Clay Cosby 
Steve Pontell 
Robert Pridgen 
Rich Clark 
Don Bates 
Scott Diaz 
Michael Cornere 
David Shelver 
Scott McClure 
Bow 2 
Bob Collins 
Ken Zieleck 
Greg Wild 
Keith Burgess 
Cynthia Putzback 
Klaus Barboza 
Cynthia Hooker 
Jerry Stokes 
Cheryl Beddick 
Ronald Seits 
Peter Limoge 
Kristin Bakkegard 
Bow 3 
Ward Quinn 
John Schulte 
Mark Levett 
Kevin Head 
Troy Saunders 
Myron Hall 
Scott Wassel 
Gary Carpenter 
Christopher David 
Joseph Whitaker 



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Bow 1 

David Johnson 
Timothy Buffington 
Matthew Buffington 
Matthew Tysler 
David Loderer 
James Rodriguez 
Duane Carr 
Ronald Neff 
Daniel Consie 
Bow 2 

William Harber 
William Dodge 
John Wolf 
Nicholas Etten 
Robert Roy 
Joseph Eisert 
Jason Michal 
Rob Bossett 
Gregory Huffman 
Gregory Hall 
Timothy Nyland 
James Snore 
Mac Mera 
Robert Velez 
James Gorman 
Bret Pasiuk 
Per Lovfald 
Bow 3 
John Hoyt 
David Cox 
Christopher Cross 
Charles Henderson 
Michael Sherman 
Gary Burger 
Michael Barber 
Brian Montgomery 
Stephen Burnett 
Benjamin Salerno 
Matthew Ungerleider 
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TIMOTHY A. ADAMS 

Quartz Hill. California 
TOGA- Tim "Old & Gnarly" Adams - 
came to Navy from a grueling sub 
tour In Hawaii and an equally stren- 
uous year at USC A nuke par ex- 
cellence, Tim has 133 days "under- 
neatti" as a mid His days astiore 
tiave been a struggle to get ttie 
Interview wtille squeezing every 
drop of Navy blood he could as Bri- 
gade vampire. Not one to waste 
time, he hos a Chapel date with 
Lauren 3 days after the day. We 
expect Togamltes In the oven by 
Christmas, PFO 



JAMES N. ADKINS III 

Georgetown. Texas 
Apple pie, Chevrolet, and Jim Ad- 
kins — the words just seem to go to- 
gether. From his willing smile, to his 
brains, to his stripes, and to his 
equally oll-American "friend," 
Mary, Jim Is a mother's dream. His 
accomplishments read like on 
awards ceremony, but he still man- 
aged to find time for wild partying 
on Bourbon St , Glee Club trips, and 
a few rides to the University of Dela- 
ware Jims success won't stop 
now, as his daily trips to College 
Park for more school signify, and It 
won't cease when he enters the 
submarine force Best of luck to you 
and Mary, and thanks for being a 
true friend AJL 




ALLAN G. ALTERA 

Marietta, Georgia 
Allan came to USNA after having 
an eventful high school career. Un- 
known as a plebe, he concentrat- 
ed on academics and swimming 
Youngster cruise on AOE-3 Instilled 
In him the love of the sea. He con- 
tinued his academic excellence 
due to his underage drinking status. 
Second class year he had the privi- 
lege of serving under a fine Mid as 
academic officer and at June 
Week took Miss Teen Virginia to the 
Ring dance much to the dismay of 
one of his classmates, Firstie cruise 
took Allan to the Canadian Navy 
and their shipboard bar. He was 
V.P, of Tou Beta Worm, Good luck 
in Japan; warrior! 



ROBERT T. BADER I 

Ontario. California i 

Some people are born great, and 
others have greatness thrust upon 
them , , , and then there's Bob, Af- 
ter receiving his green card and ar- 
riving at Boat School In the back of 
a stolen pickup truck. Bob pro- 
ceeded to rewrite Naval history 
Heavily armed with his Macintosh, 
young Mllo explored the height? 
and more frequently, the depths ol 
professionalism. Bob could often be 
seen on display in the model mid- 
shipman room, because he was c 
model mid (except for his T.V., mi- 
crowave, motorcycle, open-end- 
ed Ac log, phone, and barber 
shop). He did manage to get c 
Burke scholarship, but even a bllnc 
squirrel finds an acorn every now 
and then. With his offbeat sense o 
humor and uncanny ability to ovoic 
convictions, the Corps is getting c 
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DOUGLAS B. BECKER 

Springfield, Illinois 

Doug hails from the Land of Lincoln, 
and came to Canoe U with prior 
military experience Sitting around, 
drinking beer and playing cards as 
a weekend warrior prepared him 
well for USNA 'Sooner or later you'll 
go General' became Doug's motto 
after Dynamics took its toll As Gri- 
mace of G', you always knew what 
was in his brown paper bags A man 
of impeccable taste, Doug be- 
came a member of the Corvette 
Clan Although he's not the best 
break dancer, he knows that the 
only good brain cell is a dead one 
The roots of the family tree run 
deep See you at Trader's happy 
hour SLD 



JEFF BEUISTRI 

Severna Park, Maryland 
Jeff was Q local boy from Severna 
Park who came to Navy to major in 
lacrosse and be an Ail-American 
Well, he ended up just being an 
"easy-ography major" The Kid was 
easy to spot on the field with his 
nose extending past his face guard 
and his bony knees Weekends 
found Jeff at Clarke's on his private 
bar stool demonstrating his excel- 
lent taste in women 1/c year was 
interrupted by a 6-week Spring 
Break, but it looks like we made it. 
Babe! Don't worry, your Dad knows! 
DCW 



ERIC J. BRUNER 

Medford Lakes, New Jersey 
Gomez arrived at Canoe U, with a 
hangover and in a state of shock, 
IVIost of his first year was spent on 
the soccer fields and running G^ ra- 
dio station. Eric excelled in all as- 
pects of Academy life, by winning 
a letter in rugby, being elected 
headworm by his engineering frat. 
and leading Fun One his final se- 
mester Besides plenty of accom- 
plishments. Eric had a long list of un- 
forgettable experiences, even 
though some he cannot remember: 
being on a spy mission at army, tak- 
ing on four bouncers at Ft Lauder- 
dale, or destroying a stereo without 
the use of force But Gomez will al- 
ways be remembered as a great 
friend. Navy Air is his calling so keep 
flying high, PJT 



DANIEL J. BURQUE 

Wilbraham, Massachusetts 
What can you say about a man 
who is a legend in his own time? First 
there was James Dean, then there 
was Clint Eastwood. Now there's 
Dan Burque, without whose musical 
tirades in King Hall, life would not 
have been the same. Seriously, Dan 
is one of the very few people to 
have survived this institution both 
largely unscathed and profoundly 
changed On 1-Day. I found myself 
rooming with a shy. considerate 
classmate. Now I room with a confi- 
dent, aggressive, young man who 
is as kindly as the day I met him 
Navy Oir is getting a real gem. Take 
care, and stay in touch, BPD 




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EAN M. CODDINGTON 

''lor Lake. Minnesota 
.lAYNARDi This computer genius 
■ame to Navy to fly jets but four 
laars of beer goggles made him a 
ockseat man in more ways than 
le This exemplary midshipman re- 
iBfined the meaning of account- 
oiiity. Why sleep in class'' Use your 
lomi The condition Z concept, 
i/elve hours of sleep a day, made 

; stay at Navy seem a mere two 
i»ars, Ivlaynard tried — prostituting 
msetf to the nucs but, instead, 

'enwhelmed the Admiral with his 

•)sire to fly Sorry, no bonus buddy 

strong background in beer con- 

mption, womanizing, and tailgat- 

) makes him well prepared for the 
■ors of the Pensacola party life. 

ppy Carrier Landings' 1-B BOYS 



STEVEN L. DANIELS 

St Francis, Kansas 
Steve set out to the big city to fly 
and to make a name for himself It 
seems he's gotten both. The man 
known as Chunks, Slor, Evil K , Rip 
Van, Pylon, and Crash has taken 
Navy Air for his service selection He 
should fly jets after all of the tricks 
he's learned with cars and motor- 
cycles. It is a wonder Rip has sur- 
vived the math major The rack 
monster and Steven King booked 
up a tough fight His pillow was defi- 
nitely mightier than his pen Steve, if 
you can stay away from Hood, Ivlos 
parties, and B & B buritos, you'll be 
fine. The roots of the family tree run 
deep See you at Trader's happy 
hour DBB 



BRIAN P. DELBARBA 

Princeton, Illinois 

Brian may be in the military, but he 
will always be a civilian at heart. He 
has excelled in his aerospace engi- 
neering major and has been a valu- 
able participant in company sports. 
His easy-going outlook on life has 
been an important characteristic 
to help offset the pressures en- 
countered here. It will help him to 
keep everything in perspective as 
the demands made of him will in- 
crease as he enters the nuclear 
power program He has not only 
been a roommate but also a good 
friend. Good luck. Brian! 



JAMES K. DICAMPLI 

Manassas, Virginia 
Jim rolled into USNA from Manassas 
with a circuit diagram in his heart 
and the gleam of an HP in his eye, 
Jim's love affair with EE has had its 
rocky moments, but any doubts 
should be dispelled by the big grin 
he wears whenever he sports his 
74 ■! Op- Amp T-shirt Ever a lover of 
the creature comforts, Jim took his 
car loan and nuke bonus and de- 
termined to make his firstie year as 
painless as possible While that port 
and starboord ring of his had us all 
thinking Jim was a SWO bro for sure 
he fooled us all and joined the Silent 
Service Ivlaybe they have nicer 
wardrooms underwater? Fair pro- 
tons and following neutrons. 



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ERIC D. FARRFkL 

Rochester. New York 
Eric is not a typical New Yorker, 
which) means that he can read and 
write He learned to do it so well, he 
has a 3-5 in math, a very hard ma- 
jor?? He constantly brags about his 
super Supra-but I think he only likes 
it because it has a view and he 
won't be seeing much out of his 
sub, Eric had the chance to skate in 
Supply Corps but his sense of duty 
won out-duty to his wallet that is! 
But this new found money should 
help fund Eric's major hobbies; 
drinking, b-boli, partying and drink- 
ing As Eric forges ahead. I know he 
will succeed as he has here in the 
FUN One Fair winds and swift un- 
derwater currents! Cousin Head 1- 
B BOYS 



FIRST COMPANY 




JAMES K. HAMEL, JR. 

Mount Vernon. Virginia 
A UVA swim recruit who wandered 
thru USNA's gates and didn't realize 
his mistake until after " , so help 
me God," Jamie, affectionately 
known as 'Hymie.' is a swimmer to 
the core and a part-time student 
That unique and refreshing attitude 
characterizing his stay at USNA will 
benefit him in the fleet Jamie is a 
prime example of what persever- 
ance will accomplish, even when 
the odds and six AcBoards are 
against him Though swayed heavi- 
ly to select one of the lost marine 
air billets (yss ,.- --odel mid vied 
for the covr - r position), 

he firmly stOL ; and se- 

lected the sv., ..^joly AO- 

179. 2.0 and go! BMi? GAM 



350 • CLASS OF 1986 




JAMES R. HATALA 

Lebanon. New Jersey 
Hardwork, enthusiasm, and knowl- 
edge! Jimmy Hatala came to the 
Naval Academy with these words 
in mind He applied himself aca- 
demically as a 'Mech-E'. frequently 
studying 40 hours a week Still find- 
ing time to run and work out. Jim 
probably wore out a record num- 
ber of shoes Remember that cold 
Marine Corps Marathon'' Well, 
those tough years paid off to the 
tune of first class year, a nuke bo- 
nus, and 3 striper libs As you drive, 
your BMW out the gate one final 
time. Jim. remember all of us and 
these days May God grant you 
good success and bless you and 
yours abundantly 




PATRICK J. HOFFMAN 

Ambler. Pennsylvania 
Horsey. Horsehead. Hotter First 
Years Football. Louie. Rogers, St 
art. Anyone else'' I don't knc 
about this Frankie. Penn State. Nc 
Champs, Classes. Eng "5 Phy S 
Good Grades, Liberty & Relaxctic 
P-cola, Look Pot, did you drive tl 
car'' Final Countdown 280Z 
Plebe Det, Sick and Skinney, Fo( 
balP Gettin Serious'' Matzko a 
the O— line, up downs. Mtgs . Pre 
tice , Nap did what ''Oh No Do- 
in Orlando . The Outcome 2 \> 
ters. 1 N-stor. 1 New Major. A F- 
striction Tryout. 8 Miles Later - 
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I TIMOTHY J. KRAMER 

I Mechanicsberg. Pennsylvania 
Convicted of stealing lunchi money 
rrom first graders, Tim was sen- 
•enced to 4 years tiard labor at trie 
Naval Academy Upon arriving here 
he found ttie conditions quite con- 
ducive to his mental instability But, 
Tim quickly adjusted, and soon the 
only things that surpossed his pro- 
'esslonallsm were his neatness and 
jDillty to wear the uniform. Being a 
Simple lad by nature, he was con- 
tent with the zoo or a quiet evening 
■n MHo's world Continuing to live life 
on the bayonet's edge. Tim finds 
iimself heading for the salt water 
and sea breeze where his insanity 
■night put some adventure into the 



TODD M. LADOUCEUR 

Farmington Hills. Michigan 
Todd arrived at USNA from Michi- 
gan with Outstanding credentials 
His academic and leadership traits 
blossomed immediately during 
plebe year He was never at a loss 
to express his opinions and often his 
sharp wit showed his lighter humor- 
ous side He excelled m Aero de- 
spite not fitting the mold of his Aero 
peers As a second class he earned 
the position of Batt Cdr, but was 
unjustly rewarded his first class year 
Firstie year his high school sweet- 
heart left him due to the navy life 
Since then, Todd has tasted the va- 
riety of life Good luck at NASA fol- 
lowed by TBS and on your goal as 
an astronaut 



UNH BA LE 

Annapolis. Maryland 
Linh wanted to come to USNA so 
bad that he left his native Saigon in 
favor of Annapolis. Not wanting 
things to be too easy he went sys- 
tems, and subsequently spent 
many hours under the study lamp. 
His hard work payed off with his suc- 
cessful bid for Surface Nuke. But it 
wasn't all work and no play for this 
Don Juan of Vietnam When he 
wasn't at home enjoying his moms 
good cooking, Linh could be found 
out with the boys soaking down a 
few brews If "ninja " applies himself 
with anything approaching the fer- 
vor he attacked USNA with he'll be 
a fantastic success in the fleet and 
beyond. 



ANDREW J. URETTE 

Houma. Louisiana 

Jack lives from one adventure to 
the next, with just enough time in 
between to recount the stories 
From the bayous of Louisiana, Jack 
brought to USNA his zest for fun and 
mischief, his personal warmth, and 
a high set of goals and ideals. 
Jack's gallivanting around the 
country on Glee Club trips, Florida 
roadtrips, and ski weekends provid- 
ed perfect material for Jack's 
brand of storytelling. Something in 
this four year saga convinced Jack 
that the Marine Corps was the 
place for him. The Marine Corps will 
be all the better having a man like 
Jack as part of it. JNA 




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tmars. lowa 

■Jul arrived here at USNA with his 
ork boots, golf clubs, and a mind 
I of dedication Not one to waste 
'>y Itoerly, Paul spent much of his 
le at his sponsors taking some 
■le out to run the Marine Corps 
arattvDh, attend Church, and visit 

sweetheart and soon-to-be- 
fe. Liso (On May 21. a date famil- 

to us all!) Paul had no trouble 
•vice selection mght for the USMC 
'3s just right for him To a super 
t^fson — God bless you and Lisa q\- 
^jys. JRH 



GLENN A. MILLER 

Lawton. Oklahoma 
Mr GQ fell for the Gold Dust ads 
2/c year, even though he swears 
up and down that he doesn't know 
anyone named Tracy but we 

have proof — the names on his 
checking account The King of 
Gouge always pulled through the 
night before the big e«ams if he 
wasn't sleeping Speaking of which, 
his goal was to sleep at least 12 
hours/day That way he only had to 
spend 2 years at Canoe U He's re- 
sponsible for I990's Reef Points' 
quote "He came, he slept, he 
graduated number 117." The 
"Twitch" will live on XOXO 4 TLF 
ACR 



MiCHEAL NIEMIERA 

Dale City. Virginia 
Mike came to USNA after a stint at 
Naps His Ail-American status as a 
150 lb football lineman was not 
earned over to the academic 
world. Sleep overtook studying. 
Chicken pocks as a plege, N 
sweater as a youngster, unsat for a 
bnef time and Co Cdr. as a second 
class and true love as a firstie sum- 
marize his career He was destined 
for Surface line and took a grueling 
YP cruise first class year to prepare 
himself Mike should be an out- 
standing Surface Line officer arid 
we wish him all the best at SWOS 
and EOOW scfiool Fair Winds arKJ 
folkDwing seas! 



scon A. OROICH 

Superior, Nebraska 
Scott came to Navy out of the 
booming metropolis of Superior, 
Neb Famous for his one liners like. If 
they can't take a joke. OH WELL, or 
Now that you mentioned Drink! 
Starting as an Aero Eng . Scott soon 
learned the meaning of "Sooner or 
later you'll go General" Nothing 
got him down As long as he had a 
cold Bud. his genuine bull hide 
boots, and someone to abuse, he 
was in heaven Fly high and do it to 
them before they do it to you' 
Good Luck, Abe! (Don't ever get 
the idea that l like you!) 



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FIRST COMPANY 



PETER F. OWEN 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 
A green mustang. Pete ooraahed 
himself through the Academy Too 
gungy for words (the tew you could 
understand), he was always there 
when you didn't want him or hod 
food Pigeon-holed away in some 
surely vital but obscure staff job. he 
never had to be anywhere his last 
year Pete is returning to the Marine 
Corps, with a fine future as an Infan- 
try Officer ahead of him OOOR- 
AAHH! TAA 



KENNETH I. PAGACH 

Edison. New Jersey 
Rugby games, 4 striper libs, and a 
fast car were all important to Kip his 
first class year Kip always enjoyed 
the "after rugby game celebra- 
tions" and his 5 liter machine pro- 
vided him with quick transportation 
back to Mother B to take care of his 
job OS Brigade Honor Chairman Kip 
surprised us all when he decided to 
talk with Admiral McKee about a 
job in the NUC SUB business. Kip, you 
are an honorable man with an hon- 
orable cause Good luck to you al- 
ways! J(?H 




ALFRED C. RAINES, II 

Wayne. Oklationna 
AC, came to the hallowed halls of 
the Chesapeake University of Na- 
val Technology from the thriving 
metropolis of Wayne. Ok. nearly 
the heart of Okia, Ace's bright "or- 
ange" MG demonstrates his desire 
for faster cars, younger women. 
and older whiskey. Although 
Gramps worked hard on academ- 
ics, his addage that "D is for Diplo- 
ma" holds true for almost all mids 
No matter what happens. AC. will 
still be one of the first 130 to gradu- 
ate. There is a certain couple who 
will miss ycj and your barber skills. 
but will aiwQy ;. welcoms you in their 
home, regaic'ess of your talents. 
GAM 



DENNIS LEO REDMOND 

Freehold. New Jersey 
"Menace" Redmond came to the 
Academy from "The Boss's" home- 
town. Not your soft spoken type, 
Dennis' articulate verbosity and 
boisterous laugh would echo 
through Bancroft Hall, Dennis 
caught a wild hair early in his acad- 
emy career, opting for on engi- 
neering major, but his love of the 
rack soon swayed him into the his- 
tory major However, oil the wild 
hairs weren't clipped. The future will 
probably find Dennis in the cockpit 
of a Navy F-14, so if you ever hear 
that lough in the hole of a carrier, 
you'll know who is there 



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BRIAN M. RILEY 

Caro. Michigan 

Bnan, alias Vladimir and Buckets, 
hails from the home town of Caro. 
Michigan and pledges allegiance 
to Michigan and Georgia Tech. A 
very forthright and upstanding indi- 
vidual Mr Riley proved to be very 
understanding and in most in- 
stances a plebe's "best friend." A 
Chemistry Major and a part-time in- 
structor for plebe chemistry in the 
nan, Brian ended up choosing Nuke 
for the money and Surface Line to 
curb his passion for life at sea Brian 
w* be truly missed for his very pro- 
fessional attitude though everyone 
knows that he will make an out- 
I standing addition to the fleet. DD- 
1976 USS MERRILL, way to go BRIAN! 
JKH 




AVID C. WEIR 

/est Chester . Pennsylvania 
3y Dave. Wake up. you're sleep- 
g through graduation! Our per- 
stuol sieeper came to us with a 
3t soccer foot, preppie clothes 
XI a kX3d of rotten jokes Being a 
oud scientist, Dave majored in 
e extracurriculars such as inebria- 
>n. travetng to real colleges, riots 
id kicking his soccer adversaries 
1 the shins. The future looks bright 
■ Dave after graduation since he 
» be MTiping into a set of Marine 
3«ns and then into an ejection 
3t m P-cola Good Luck Dave, 
d remember the boys are behind 
u OS wen as Hank and Froggy! 
jivice for Dove Watch the loiter- 
*^ m Lauderdale and keep Mr Ho 
H under control SAO 



JOSEPH R. THAMES 

North Carolina 

Joey, along with "G" marched into 
Navy after a year of BOOST for an 
exciting plebe summer with room- 
mates Jeff and Dave Teaming up 
with "T" Wells brought on three 
years of womanizing, starting dur- 
ing Youngster Summeri Fun times' 
Thanks goes to Mom and Dad, bra- 
Tony and sis-Shell. Quantico (Ma- 
rine Land) now awaits him (Sorry. 
Rob, no subs), and later P-cola. 
STFB 



PAUL J. TUZZOLO 

Sfaten island. New York 
Tuz2 arrived at the Academy from 
the Big Apple, where he obviously 
perfected the art of butchering the 
English language. He brought with 
him a desire to fly, a large beak, 
and a pair of feet that turned visi- 
tors at our door. For Tuzz, academ- 
ics progressively worsened as we 
received more liberty, in spite of 
this. Paul survived the ocean engi- 
neering major as CO of Team Xe- 
rox. Tuzz succeeded as a mid by 
only hiding his ambition to be a der- 
elict, which was revealed many a 
weekend A cold Bud. a fast car. 
and a diploma will keep Tuzz hap- 
py Soar with the best. Tuzz, you 
belong there! Remember DMOS. 
G^ and Schnoppauges 



LARRY S. WALKER 

San Antonio. Texas 
Larry "Sleep" Walker came to 
USNA as a pseudopiebe with a 
brash Texas grin From day 1 life 
was just sleep, rock-n-roll, and the 
"ckasses countdown " His blue RX-7 
was the envy of all upperclass 
Since his car was blue, Larry chose 
his uniform to be blue. Blue as in bus 
driver polyester. But if one kDoks 
past Larry's shell of cowboy boots 
and assorted Texas paraphernalia, 
one sees a true "hedonistic mo- 
ron." Yes. while Larry isn't sleeping, 
his favorite habitat is a hot tub with 
a girl and a margarita. In 25 years 
one can expect to see Larry as an 
Air Force general . . . with hot tub, 
girl, and margarita. "Uncle Scary," 
IB BOYS 




TONY WELLS 

Wheaton. Maryland 
Tony, commonly called "T-Bone". 
was a local product from Md Being 
a recruited athlete had its draw- 
backs, as T-Bone will tell you. Bas- 
ketball did provide a welcome es- 
cape from Mother-B, and along 
wrth team roommate Skylor Whi- 
taker who loved to irk him, he 
cruised into Youngster Year, which 
brought on an all-time high 2.75 
sqpr, and the discovery that wom- 
en will believe almost anything First 
Class year brought "T" many chal- 
lenges: President of the Ring and 
Crest Committee, and the Semp)er 
Fi Society "T-Bone" would like to 
thank Mom, Dad. and Aunt Jo for all 
the prayers and support MEE (The 
Boy!) 



RANDAL J. WOLF 

Yokum, Texas 

RarxJy. a good ole' boy from Yo- 
kum, Texas, came to USNA for a 
challenge and got it. He met the 
challenge with 3 24 hour semesters, 
summer school and a 3 6 QPR That 
started the decline from reality. Ap- 
athy set in and China became his 
focus. Here he excelled and won 
the NAFAC best paper award 
Stripes seemed to allude him as he 
dkJ not fit the "striper" mold. He did 
get Batt Adj and a great roomie, 
though. Randy tunneled his poly sci 
vision and joined the nuclear navy. 
After TAD in China and the comple- 
tion of his enlightenment at Nuke 
school Randy will undoubtedly be 
an outstanding Warrior Good luck 
in the Orienti TML AGA 



JEFFREY S. WOLSTENHOLME 

Marys ville, Ohio 

At first gkance, Jeff appears to be 
the typical all-American boy — 
blond hair, blue eyes. Track star 
from a small mid western town. In 
reality, Jim McMahon studied under 
The Kid! A party animal par excel- 
lence. J W set the standard fof the 
3-striper way of living. The man 
does everything with style, whettier 
he's waterskiing on the Severn, 
getting radicol haircuts, or floating 
in aquatic slumber while dreaming 
of the French Riviera. Yes, though 
Navy Air shot him down. Jeff was 
consoled by a free trip to Italy 
aboard the 6th Fleet's Flagship 
Batten down the hatches. Belknap. 
cuz Navy's finest is coming aboard! 
1-8 BOYS!! 



1ST COMPANY . 353 



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DOUOLAS R. ALLEN 

Reston. Virginia 

Doug was disappointed when he 
was not allowed to commute from 
his home in DC. suburb to school, 
but his love for the Academy grew 
to even surpass his love for the 
Corps. After a year of basketball, 
when Doug had his more significant 
dental work done on the court by 
elbows, he decided intromurals 
were the way to go Masochism 
drove him towards systems engi- 
neering, which gave Doug 3 won- 
derful years of sadistic profs Even 
though denied his Marine Corps bil- 
let, Doug settled for Navy Pilot 
Hopefully the TA-4's will survive the 
onslaught FLY NAVYi 



JAMES JOSEPH BALDING 

Newark. Delaware 
Jim arrived at the Naval Academy 
with a voice like a dog whistle. 
which explains why he would hove 
done so well out in town, if not for 
that great girl from Delaware 
Through back-breaking academic 
endeavor, and the fact that he is a 
fantastic physical specimen. Jim 
had any service to select from In 
the end, though, he chose nuclear 
submarines, not for the great pay in 
the navy, but the great pay out of 
the navy. RUN SILENT. RUN DEEP THE 
BOYS 



JOHN W. BALL JR. 

Ozarl<. Alabama 

John arrived a good ole boy from 
Ozark. Alabama where life was sim- 
ple and talk was slow Needless to 
soy. 1-Day was a nightmare for 
John. By Youngster Year. John 
awoke from his nightmare only to 
have another one with Mechanical 
Engineering. Through gallons of 
Mountain Dews and hundreds of 
sunrises. John was able to conquer 
MECH E He's now off to conquer his 
new assignment in Japan, Good 
luck rubbing elbows with the High 
and Mighty on the Blue Ridge. THE 
BOYS 



RICHARD S. BARBON 

Bucks County, Pennsylvania 
We knew Rich was destined to be c 
Marine when at birth he cut his owr 
umbilical cord with a K-Bor knife. He 
came to the Academy being the 
only Mid in the history of Navy tc 
enjoy plebe year As an uppercloss 
Rich deviated from a Mech E de 
gree to weeding out communist in 
filtrators in the 4th class He set up c 
command post (Khe Sonh) one 
spent many a study hour cleonin; 
his rifle, crossbow, and knife Honin; 
his Marine skills, leave time wo 
spent jumping out of airplanes one 
running through the underbrush . , 
And this is the man you want ft 
marry. Michele?? Good Luck. Th( 
Boys, 




ERIC B. BOYER 

London. England 

Eric come to the Naval Academy 
via NAPS where he was the vale- 
dictorian He was the type of room- 
mate easy to hate he always had 
fewer classes, did less homework, 
and got better grades than his 
roommates. His one major aca- 
demic setback was when his sys- 
tems project refused to work (due 
to probable terrorist sabotage) 
Other than these. Eric was easy to 
get along with, and could be trust- 
ed with a blind faith , , , One of his 
most unpredictable acts was his 
service selec'ion choice, which until 
the night bf -'action he was 

considering and Marine 

Corps — bu' . J-, from ser- 

vice selection an ,NrO, FLY NAVYMI 
DRA 



STEPHEN E. CARWIN 

Cincinnati. Otiio 

Steve came to the Academy, long 
haired and ready for action After a 
few weeks of plebe summer, Steve 
disappeared from the hall to the 
swimming pool and then the library 
He did not reappear until Youngster 
Year Steve was well known for his 
ability to out eat and drink every- 
one at free banquets During 
youngster cruise, Steve developed 
a strong love for the Orient He re- 
turned there on first class cruise to 
learn more about the strange and 
mystical culture. Steve was 
shocked to learn that if he went 
USMC he would have to lose his hair 
again He leaves us to go into Naval 
Aviation, We wish him luck. The 
Boys. 



CARMINE CICCOLLELA 

Plan view. New York 
After a one year party at NAPS, 
Carmine came to the Academy to 
reassure his classmates with a wink 
that plebe year was no big deal 
Because of Chic's academic excel- 
lence he became an astute politi- 
cal scientist who always had the 
gouge. However, the gouge never 
seemed enough for the PCR Most 
people stroll their way into service 
selection, but Chico sleepwalked 
his way into the Supply Corps Car- 
mine will always be remembered 
for his quick wit and relentless sense 
of humor GOOD LUCK to both you 
and Dede THE BOYS 



EDWARD J. COWAN 

Stone tvlountain. Georgia 
Ted's goals were to be a vars 
swimmer, valedictorian, and t 
gade commander 4 years later < 
SIR chit ran out and he emergi 
from his room as fieldboll coach a\ 
squad leader. He was a hard wc 
er, when he wasn't over the w 
He wasn't sure what to major in' 
he tried Aero, OceanO, and f' 
Sci, but only between the tirrs 
when Margaret called and bef<- 
1 1 pm bedtime Good luck in - 
cola with your furniture We V' 
you and Margaret the best, Lc3 
Ya. The Boys 



354 • CLASS OF 1986 



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SHAUN A. DEEMING 

Beaverton. Oregon 
Psycho came to us a sweet and 
innocent all-american boy ready 
for adventure. And adventure is 
wtiot tie found. His personal mem- 
oirs include moonshots on the library 
copy machine, and many a vixen 
left crying in her beer because he 
wos unsat and had to return to the 
crib by 0100, Now this man is 
smooth, but nobody can operate 
that quickly (except for once). Our 
military Lance-"'a" lot is one of the 
few and the proud. Yes. he has an 
honorary barstool at Riordan's, and 
never needs to show his ID Thus 
earning the name "Joe Annapolis." 
By the woy he is going to be a Ma- 
rine aviator. HUGS AND KISSEShiihimi 
THE BOYS 



MATTHEW B. DOLAN 

Marlboro. Massachusetts 
Here is a trustworthy saying that 
deserves full acceptance: Christ 
Jesus came into the world to save 
sinners- of whom I am the worst. But 
for that very reason I was shown 
mercy so that in me, the worst of 
sinners, Christ Jesus might display His 
unlimited patience as an example 
for those who would believe on Him 
and receive eternal lite (1 Timothy 
1 15-16) For even the Son of Man 
did not come to be served, but to 
serve, and to give His life as a ran- 
som for many, (Mark 10:45) 



WILLIAM P. FLINTER 

Long Island. New York 
"Wild Bill" left the island an aver- 
age, overweight American kid but 
will hit the fleet as a lean and mean 
fighting Marine machine Because 
he slept his way through plebe sum- 
mer, the administration felt that the 
rest of his indoc would be fulfilled by 
rooming with me. After painstaking 
efforts. Bill was called away to 
serve his company as the XO, 
where his time was spent weather- 
ing more injustices of the hands of 
Rich Barbon Because of this, it is my 
pleasure to award Bill the room- 
mote award Which enables him to 
fly a F/A- 18. get shot down and go 
to a PO.W camp. I love yo babe. 
The "K" 



STEPHEN N. FRICK 

Gibsonia. Pennsylvania 
Steve hailed from the fabled, exot- 
ic city of Pittsburgh But at the age 
of 17, he left in pursuit of the Ameri- 
can dream! To have a Naval Acad- 
emy degree, a '65 Corvette, and a 
single seat jet fighter. After an early 
brush with the unknown (Mech E), 
Steve saw the light and changed 
his major to Aero. He read novels 
during finals week and made mod- 
els during study hour, getting aca- 
demic credit for them! Well, like 
most cheap stories, this one has a 
happy ending Steve got his '65 
Vette, graduated within the top 50 
of his class, and is going to flight 
school. FLY NAVYi 



2ND COMPANY • 355 



ERIC W. JOHNSON 

Albany, California 
After a one year party at NAPS. Eric 
came to the Academy for a crude 
awakening. During plebe year, 
"pack rat" learned the definition of 
PDA. OBSTCR. Form-2, and the 
"General." Over the next two 
years, "fire hydrant" had his share 
of women and economic strangu- 
lation, culminating with his fling with 
the "thing that wouldn't die." "Bar- 
ney Rubble's" final year at USNA 
had both ups and lots of downs 
(4000 -I- 6000), but through it all E.J. 
had the winning smile while walking 
on his toes. GOOD LUCK in the fleet 
and with Donna. THE BOYS 



ANTHONY DARRELL JORDAN 

Montgomery. Alabama 
After making a spur of the moment 
decision to come to the academy, 
Tony had 4 years to reconsider his 
decision. Tony's motto was, "Got 5 
minutes? Do another EE drill." To 
prove this he used to take catnaps 
in class, and then study all night 
Tony typifies all the unique abilities 
to adapt needed by all Naval offi- 
cers. He came to us a single D & B 
guidon bearing Marine lifer and left 
a married SWO rugger EE. Good 
luck with Kay and in the Gator 
freighters. Thank God you're on a 
ship you can ground and get away 
with it, at least not have to swim 
away from it Love THE BOYS 



till" 



JAV AKIRA KADOWAKI 

Europe 

Jay came to the east coast fully 
believing that he was entering one 
of the finest liberal arts academies 
in the nation. He came with clear 
cut goals. He strived for nothing less 
than excellence with vigor and 
moral perpitude. But sometime dur- 
ing 1-day he lost sight of his goals 
and woke up 4 years later in Rior- 
dan's saloon, where he was quoted 
as saying, "If this bar stool goes, I go 
with it; my post is here." Banzai, THE 
BOYS. 






BRUCE KENNINGTON 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Go Navy I Beat Army! 




MICHAEL PATRICK KILUON 

Cherry Hill, New Jersey 

The following is a typical Michael P 

Killion salutation: "Yo dude, can I 

borrow your (you fill in the 

blank). "Translation: "Yo dude, 
hand it over, your never going to 
see it again." Killer gave up punch- 
ing sergeants at M MA to ridicule 
all who crossed his path. All this 
while earning four time All-Ameri- 
can honors in 150's and becoming 
captain of the boxing team. Mike 
will best be remembered for his 
unique conte^Dorary fashions (in 
and c You never sow 

Mike .< - on his face, his 

charrTi .j, ,^ . , , _: „ , ,o will help him in 
the Corp. Good Luck and go RE- 
CON. Smell YoMNiM! THE BOYS 



ERIC MARTINUZZI 

Redford Michigan 
Eric, known and loved as Uzzi, 
came to the academy from that 
"hub of the North" Redford, Michi- 
gan. He soon realized his dream of 
academic perfection by becoming 
the first permanent resident of Nim- 
itz Library Never to be mistaken for 
a geek, Uzzi soon brought a new 
meaning to the word machismoi 
Armed with his favorite shades 
(geekers), Uzzi pumped iron until he 
cast a shadow like an inverted pyr- 
amid. After a small drooling experi- 
ence he became the Don Juan of 
the Glee Club. Uzzi will soon be 
working with things that go boom in 
the night as a SPEC OPS officer. 
Good luck Uzzi, we'll miss you!! 



JOHNATHAN L. McDONALD 

Jacksonville, Florida 
John came to us from the kicked- 
back life of sunny Florida and quick- 
ly decided that the plebe experi- 
ence was not for him After skating 
through plebe year on the track 
team, Mac decided that the 
Academy had more to offer — ev- 
ery room had a full length mirror, in 
front of which he spent many hours 
After four years of him telling us, we 
finally realized he was ALMOST as 
good as he said he was. Fly high in 
the sky and with Yvette. Good Luck 
from, THE BOYS 



ROBERT MICHAEL MOORE 

Hay market, Virginia 
Bob is known for his perseveranc 
not his luck After applying to th 
Academy for four years, he was I 
nally accepted His "luck" contit 
ued during plebe year when V 
wound up in "360's" motivatic 
squad. An intense relationship see 
developed as plebe was older the 
squad leader From plebe year Be 
went on to Mech E. where he he 
stimulating encounters with tt 
Rocket. Despite all these setbaci' 
Bob maintained his HO HO Icuc 
and his multitude of moods. A whi 
wind romance and a surface lir 
billet are now upon Bob's horizor 
GOOD LUCK, THE BOYS. 



356 • CLASS OF 1986 



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SECOND COMPANY 



CARL H. MUENCH 

Rochester. New York 
Trust in the Lord with all your heart 
and lean not on your own under- 
stonding, in all your ways acknowl- 
edge Him and He will make your 
paths straight Taste and see that 
the Lord is good, blessed is he who 
takes refuge in Him His compassion 
never fails but is new each morning 
Great is Your faithfulness Whatever 
was to my profit I now consider loss 
for the sake of Christ I consider ev- 
erything a loss compared to the 
surpassing greatness of knowing 
Christ Jesus my Lord I do not con- 
sider myself to have taken hold of it 
but forgetting what is behind, 
press on for the prize of the upward 
coll of God 




CIENN A. PERKINS 

Edgewaterpark. New Jersey 
Gone to Europe 




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ADRIAN A. SANCHEZ 

Los Angeles. California 
His initial interest was sparked when 
he heard that everyone got a 
green card. Once here, he realized 
the nuke bonus would go a long 
way to putting gas in his dream car 
(a truck) and buying typewriter rib- 
bon for all the stories he writes. Be- 
ing the non-conformist he is, he not 
only got good grades in Systems 
but lettered in Judo, showing not all 
engineers ore gecktor-heads. 
Good luck glowing. Adrian, we will 
miss your wierd sense of humor 
Love ya THE BOYS 




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PETER M. SCHEUFELE 

Palo Alio. California 
Pete left behind the beautiful S F, 
Bay-area to spend a year at NAPS 
and then join us here "by the boy " 
Soon offer return of the brigade 
plebe year, Pe^e was working long 
hours on bulletin boards and tran- 
soms For this effort and a good 
memory tor Plebe trivia. Pete was 
made third-class Company Com- 
mander, but his leadership in the 
company diminished as his time at 
the boathouse on the Varsity Crew 
team increased Applying himself 
to history papers, crew practices, 
and the '86 Trident Calendar, Pete 
gave it his best, sampling what life 
here had to offer, and is moving on 
with an open mind in the NFO 
crowd 




2ND COMPANY • 357 



THIRD COMPANY 



DAVID P. SCIORTINO 

Floral Park. New York 
Dave came to the Naval Academy 
because of its reputation for aca- 
demic excellence, moral strength 
and discipline, but what finally 
sealed it wa% the car loan He finally 
satisfied his lifelong search for the 
car of his dreams It all followed one 
simple equation-car plus nuke pow- 
er bonus equals women Ultimately, 
he made up for his first three years 
here by becoming an untiring wom- 
anizer OS a first class Finally, he 
leaves them all behind for the call 
of the deep signed, THE BOYS 



ANTHONY W. STANCIL 

Merry Hill. North Carolina 
Tony blinked into the Academy 
and left behind his hogs, dogs one, 
two, and three, and coon hunting. 
Tony was famous for his ability to 
utterly confuse everyone before EE 
tests (the rotor and the stator) He 
had an uncanny knack of being 
able to pull himself out of potential 
academic trouble with final exams. 
Tony studied SEAL tactics to figure 
out how to deal with his profs He 
leaves us to go into Marine Corps 
aviation We wish him luck The Boys 




ALAN VANDERPYL 

Blacksburg. Virginia 
When asked where he was from, 
Dutch used to say "Turkey. Persia, 
Germany, my father is in the Air 
Force he flew F-4s in Vietnam " 
However, by youngster year we 
were able to break him of that "sin- 
gles bar line " From plebe summer 
onward Dutch — or Alan, as the la- 
dies that knew him know him — was 
master of the gray area From 
plebe year problems with baby- 
teeth, to the youngster sailboat 
cruise with Dizzy Izzy. to academic 
under-ochiever second class year. 
to a Job-like sago of car crashes. 
lost love, and lost hair, he survived 
to become the Phoenix rising from 
the cigarette ashes to achieve 
graduation. Lodies. I knew him 
once, you can too 



LAWRENCE E. WOOD 

Lineville. Alabama 
Lorry came from the land of mint 
juleps and glodiolas to grace the 
Academy with on honest-to-good- 
ness true representation of a real 
"Suthurn Gentiemun " Eager to ex- 
perience all the Academy had to 
offer, our Trident Scholar thrust him- 
self into academics, commanding 
the company, and partying with 
the rowdiest of the company's 
Boys But preferring the loid-bock. 
easy-going life of the South. Larry 
decided to kick back in the Civil 
Engineer Corps for a spell, where he 
IS shere to hit the top Good luck 
and "Yo'll take care now, ' THE 
BOYS 



358 • CLASS OF 1986 




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DANIEL J. BALUSTER 

Rochester, New York 

It wasn't easy. 

It wasn't supposed to be 

DJB 



ELIZABETH ROBERTA BASS 

Annapolis, Maryland 
She journeyed oil thie way from the 
boy to join summercamp. It was a 
little rough going at first, but she 
caught on Most people thought 
there was nothing but air up there, 
but I knew better Elizabeth was as 
nice as could be and always had a 
smile or sarcastic poke She could 
never understand that no matter 
how good a sport she was or how 
many beers she promised to slam 
down a woman just couldn't party 
with the boys The times she did 
though were good ones. Her Fa 
trip OS well as those G-town nites 
were great As a track star and a 
friend she always came thru Bobbi 
helped make my 1/c year the best 
and she made me quite an 
outdoorsman 



JEFFREY M. DAHL 

Golden Valley. Minnesota 
Jeff came to USNA with wings in his 
eyes, but left with the corps in his 
heart, Jeff grew up in the state of 
Minnesota ("God's Country," as he 
puts it) and never lets you forget it 
A fine distance runner, he ran two 
strong seasons for Navy Then, he 
set out on his own An Aero major 
for a few semesters, he proved the 
old saying "Sooner or later you'll go 
general " Jeff parties as hard as he 
works, Wabanna '85 is a prime ex- 
ample Jeff always has a flair for a 
scorching romance, but manages 
to stay out of trouble Jeff, you're a 
true friend Go for it! -MTD 



MICHAEL T. DIVERGE 

Schaumburg. Illinois 
Not an academic powerhouse. 
Mike arrived a runner with a Navy 
scholarship Mike soon realized that 
USNA entailed more than running 
Inspired by an American flag. Mike 
adapted well and became Com- 
pany Cdr by First Class year. His in- 
tense win-at-ail-costs attitude did 
not interfere with support of others 
Mike survived stitches, beast bites. 
1 137 rumbles. Wabanna and 5 Bat- 
tle R's. Mike was always attached 
to Monica, and despite our ribbing, 
developed a special relationship 
(Long distance is the next best 
thing) The flag is still there and the 
Marines are getting one of the best 
men it will ever have Good luck! 
DML MGP 




ANCY JEAN DYKHOFF 

arkersburg Mest Virginia 
jst after we figured out how to 
renounce her name, we also fig- 
'ed out that this serious, budding 
arc was really a soft-touch with a 
ompbell-Kid grin Hailing from the 
ooming metropolis of Porkersburg, 
/est "By God" Virginia (lest we 
ver forget) this spunky oarswo- 
lan with her inimitable JC Penney 
yie proved to be an invaluable 
end and an irreplacable room- 
ate Armed with only her bears 
Id Cynthia's letters, Nancy has 
anoged to remain firmly in touch 
ith reality despite the fishbowl, 
T Door, and her fellow aeros 
)st of luck, we'll be watching the 
les for you Oh and Nancy, are 
e having fun yef No, really 



JOHANN B. FOURNIER 

Sierra Vista. Arizona 
Not even MIT could change Jo- 
hann's choice to come to USNA 
This was probably because of their 
lack of a P G fighter pilot job After 
a tough Plebe year, youngster 
cruise saw him hard at work on his 
sunton in Hawaii Three years of a 
tough Systems major awarded him 
free weekends in his room to study 
One of the things that pulled him 
through was his newly found social 
life, finding Georgetown the hard 
way. and wild trips to Lauderdale 
Johann will always be remembered 
by his kindness and his ability to 
laugh at his troubles Watch out 
Navy, here comes a real "Officer 
and a Gentleman " TPM 



LEONARD B. GABION 

Newport, Rhode island 
Lendog came as a salt from NAPS 
Only his acodemics did he forget 
So he enjoyed his weekends to 

the max 
Till ac. probation him would not 

let. 
In osmosis the Beylon truly 

believed 
Not even a hurricane limited his 

tail 
Let Washington now begin to 

grieve 
O' poor Lenny has taken up soil. 
Very welcome are you. the ladies 

yelled louder. 
Ever cuttin' up surf and skiin' the 

powder 



ROBERT L. GRAY 

Zushi, JAPAN 
Having been raised in Japan, Uncle 
Rob was in for a culture shock when 
he arrived at Naps Although well 
mannered and reserved, Rob al- 
ways left a lasting impression on 
people. Not quite understanding 
the minds of East Coast women 
and still looking for a car to buy. we 
never had a lack of conversation 
topics Cedar Hill was home away 
from home, and memories of turbo 
station wagons. Summit Lake and 
Sushi will always remind us of you 
God bless you. brother 2 Tim 2 15 
E.DH 



3RD COMPANY • 359 



USA M. HOSACK 

Pembroke Pines. Florida 
At first I thougti she showed no 
emotion, but then I realized that 
Lisa is simply honest. It is hard to get 
to know her. Her friendliness is genu- 
ine but reserved for those she cares 
o great deal about She is strong- 
willed, capable and brilliant Her ex- 
treme efficiency will always be a 
mystery to those who meet her 
How she can read James Bond or 
Robert Ludlum books during exams, 
take regular naps in that red co- 
coon of a sleeping bog and still get 
everything done before it's due I'll 
never know Lisa loved to cheer, 
hated to run, and did both for 
Navy, She kept her Reebox and 
burned her running shoes 



MATTHEW KIRBY 

Potomac. Maryland 
Beginning his career at the Boat 
School as the 23rd Co problem 
child. Matt immediately impressed 
everyone with his positive attitude 
and professionalism. Plebe year 
Matt and Tom spent many a drunk- 
en Saturday at Timmy's discovering 
just how much beer nine cents 
could buy A reckless youngster 
year rooming with Junior and Jamie 
didn't mix with academic success 
and Matt was blessed with two Ac 
Board appearances that deep- 
ened his appreciation of physics 
Unfortunately, after two years of in- 
spiring performance, the infamous 
Q banished him to 3rd Co where he 
lived unhappily after ever 



RICHARD A. KRUSE 

Walthill. Nebraska 
After vacationing a year at the U 
of Nebraska the Cruiser made a 
quick transition from the cornfields 
to mother B With his moon boots 
and marlboros he quickly earned 
the reputation as Mr Cool Even 
with his party experience with the 
Goucher 6 and Wabanna gong he 
managed to lose 3 days of memory 
and 3 layers of skin in Lauderdale 
With a sympathetic ear and natural 
leadership abilities he assumed the 
role of Co Cdr Surviving many 
manball bottles not always un- 
scathed he kicked some bootie on 
the hoops court Now after 4 years 
of hard labor in the aerospace lobs 
he's going to get a shot at the real 
thing in Pensacola 



DOUGLAS M. LARRATT 

Madison. Connecticut 
Known to all as the Raft, he soon 
earned a reputation as a lovable, 
absent-minded professor. Not 
known for his ingeneous pick-up 
lines ("Hi, I'm Doug"), his baby blue 
eyes come through as a big hit with 
the girls The Rott shocked us all 
with a Saab Turbo after four years 
of fiscal conservatism (i e the MPU 
deal) Raft impressed us with his ski- 
ing, windsurfing and soiling abilities 
Raft was an integral port of our 
weekend adventures such as Wa- 
banna '85, the Goucher 6, Ft Lau- 
derdale and countless others Ratt 
will always be part of 1137 Navy Air 
will never be the samei We will miss 
you. Good Lucki MTD MGP 




NANCY E. MANN 

Dallas. Texas 

Before she realized that she had 
joined a fraternity, this bundle of 
energy ended up at USNA To recti- 
fy the situation as best she could, 
she became a Navy cheerleader 
For four years. Nonce has been o 
never ending supply of "Go 
Navy" 's for the home team and 
her friends She earned her jump 
wings 2/c year in academics and 
her purple heart as the bouncing 
cheerleader This decorated veter- 
an won the hearts of all her friends 
through her never-ending enthusi- 
asm one; --■ ' -^ -'ic outlook on life 
We cc .St- Nancy of 

having rrk or too 

little mo! " , . ' jrm "get- 

ting crated ' Semper Fi Nancy 



JOHN R. MANSUETI 

Saint Mictiaels. Maryland 
The Mantis Shackled by Matrimony 
eons before l-doy, he and Laura of- 
ficially joined the Navy along with 
the rest of the boys Leaving Laura 
outside Gate 3, the Nimitz stud 
graced his SATNESS factor on the 
Laytee's and Brohomms of 3rd Co 
His bartending abilities surfaced as 
the Montis unleashed himself on 
Lauderdale, Wobanno, and even 
WC Boom-Boom Mansueti pum- 
meled Bott Boxers while earning 3 
battle R's As a French-Speaking 
gourmet Oceonographer, he 
found his name on the Supe's List 4 
consecutive times he was always 
the stabilizing force to keep the 
boys from going over the edge at 
parties He will soon be gyrating at 
P-Colo 



AGNES M. MAYEAUX 

Baton Rouge. Louisiana 
What can we possibly soy about a 
character like Aggie'' One thing for 
sure, she definitely is proud of her 
Cojun heritage As a matter of 
fact, a definite similarity exists be- 
tween New Orleans and Aggie— 
Partyi When Aggie walks into a bar, 
a space opens up on the dance- 
floor, drinks are offered, and the fun 
begins When she isn't out on the 
town, she's behind the wheel of 
Daisy May (more like Lemon May!) 
to find excitement-or rather it finds 
her A few memories from the 
gong Just another "Ike Hall Girl " 
Getting thrown off the turnpike Fun 
with ducks! Summer school at River- 
sides Big and stupid— A real god- 
dess in progress CV/MT 



GLEN A. MILES 

Timonium. Maryland \ 

It con be said that Glen Miles d' 
not let his studies interfere with t 
college education Women or 
bartenders from across the sto' 
will swear by it Glen will just laug 
and remember captain of the It 
team and a 3-time AA, 2 WoO' 
word Ct, and getting USMC at tr 
buzzer He will remember the und 
ing support from his parents, and I 
will want to forget Smoke Hall, b 
not the staggering right in Terplai 
that put him there Glennie- thor 
for all the laughs Its been 2'i yec 
of battling, but the best is yet 
come Keep the rap sharp and st- 
in the fast lone Let the good tirr' 
roll B & F 



360 • CLASS OF 1986 



— i THIRD COMPANY 



TODD P. MIUEP 



ea a '■o'c, c.-e- • :-r.3ire; ,ea.- 
unteoshed Todd He wasted no 
time in meeting every civilian 
around. AJways enttmsiastic. Todd 
used 2/C summer to rest his mind 
Academic year saw Todd cheering 
for Navy at al those away gomes. 
Tred of the cold, he Sved off the 
land in Key Largo. That surrvner 
Todd dried ptebes and recaits. He 
got engaged at Ring Dcrice. Ser- 
vice selection left 2nd LT Maier 
USMC , Look out Marines, tiere's 
one ttKTts more than meets ttie 
eye Good Luck Todd! JBF 




ADAM E. PATERSON 

9-ee' Cz.e Sengs. Florida 

"ie doorstep of 
1 It was Second 
- _ _^ ay after an un- 
expeciea Ofrve inrough ttie woods. 
Starting wfth a critcal trip down- 
town. Spkash wcKJd bolcSy show up 
for a kite night at the Academy 
Motel, a txazardous mess r^t, and 
other isokated incKlents. A-D-A-M 
was always up for a weekend ex- 
curskan or weeknight distractkDn to 
avoid the monotony. Tt* LTM pre- 
ferred to take a risk with his ward- 
robe and sought more cSverse mu- 
sic He went through trencticoats 
faster ttxin Nattie Bo's end was 
gkxj to get through ttie game and 
head back to Rorido to fly. 




conserva- 
e oppor- 
:oca ap- 
' ex-crew 
:'-er 5 se- 
-r ebroted 
;-s to Ft 
::"!. Never 
: 3 party. 
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^ctier 6, 
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"ie year 
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the beast ana 2 Ez- 
He is a great frienc 
the surface cc" .- 



NANCY L. PROUT 

SuccasuvTa. New Jersey 
Nar>cy came to the academy from 
Morristown. although her family 
continued moving unti a find set- 
tlement in Houston. After a brief 
stint with engogement. single life 
was decidedly the way to go. n 
never forget muttipie visits to the 
Ctxjrt House ond many outings on 
Sl^ afternoons. She ptayed b-b<i 
for 3 yrs inti her knee deckded 
enough was enough. 2nd semester 
1st ckass year found her with 3 
stripes and was a time for mirxx d- 
terotkDns. Recuperoton akxig wtti 
the new Sbs Qave her a second resi- 
dence at thfe Meck's. Sup Corps 
seemed ttie only way to go and Go 
promises to be much fun. I owe it al 
to my kDving parents. Ttionks. 



3RD COMPAfMY . 36 ■< 



DAVID PATRICK ROACH 

Redwood Valley. California 
Macho's life began in a Wendy's 
drive through even though he had 
existed IS years previously in Jim 
Jone's old hometovi/n. He alvi^ays 
added something to the group the 
Wabanna theme song, the hyena 
laugh, and that vivacious smile We 
rescued Macho from D&B and he 
joined Q rock-n-roll band. His inno- 
cence was often questioned on 
those escapades to Maryland, 
Washington, and the Lodge, but he 
was always sure to make that CAL 
phone call. And as for outdoor 
sports David was a bit of a trapper 
himself, Dave was always a good 
roommate and helped me through 
some rough academic times, David 
is a true friend and I'm glad the par- 
ty's not over yet JLW 



ROBERT D. ROUND 

Leawood. Kansas 
Pounder was born into the wrong 
nationality After 4 yrs he finally lost 
his American accent By firstie year 
he spoke Spanish so fast that ever 
the Puerto Ricans couldn't under- 
stand him Bob never had a steady 
girl, but Big Ed never complained 
Too bad the model showed up in 
Parade wearing a wedding dress 
"What was her name''" Bob did it 
all. got great grades, partied his 
brains out with the Ripper, surfed 
the tubes in PR, and 0,C. Adios, 
Ace and remember . , , One Man, 
One Wave 



JAMES G. RYAN 

Toms River. New Jersey 
To the guys, you've all been great 
The super times and the friendship 
you've given have made it all 
worthwhile To my family, thanks for 
always being there 



ROBERTA CLAIRE SHAW 

Eugene. Oregon 

Arriving from the far-off lands of Or- 
egon, a mild-mannered girl arrived 
at Annapolis with the goal of flying 
Navy Air No one could hove tor- 
seen the Robbie that would come 
to be known as the "Crazed Killer" 
of 3rd company Neither sea, nor 
land, nor air was left unconquered 
by Robbie who participated in scu- 
ba, ran 3 marathons, and jumped 
out of airplanes in her spare time A 
true friend, Robbie always had o 
kind word or special song just right 
tor the occasion Long after all oth- 
er memories fade, Robbie will be 
remembered as a servant of God 
who ran the race to win (1 Cor 
924) 




CHARLES V. SIZEMORE 

Savannah, Georgia 
Little Verbon came to us from the 
deep south resort of Savannah and 
the loving arms of Big Verbon and 
Lil Edna. He spent plebe summer 
staring at red freckles, washing 
skivvies, and dreaming about Billie 
Goat. A party animal who slurs at 
the smell of beer, he escaped the 
Goucher 6 incident to help master- 
mind Wabanna 85, The Georgia 
Peach was quite the jock, first earn- 
ing a ISO's letter then going on to 
captain the powerlifting team and 
kick butt at Nationals for two years. 
Our last Baft Cdr cruised thru Mech 
Eng and will now be cruising down 
to P-Cola in search of Southern Girls 
and fast jets, 

RAK 



ROBERT W. STEVENSON 

Memphis. Tennessee 

This is the tale of Tank 

Always known to be frank 

Knew when things began to stank 

Ever full of bologna. 

Leading the Brotherhood pack 

Found in the wardroom, on 

weekend or in the rack 
Had the 'If it wasn't good 

enough, it wouldn't be the 

minimum' knack 
Caught by a honey from Bowie, 
Not physically nor scholastically a 

king 
He's got you're 'thing' 
In the clouds in his flyin machine 
Note: Never freebase your Tang! 

AMF! 

-RDR- 



REID T. TOKORO 

Honolulu. Hawaii 

When he invaded USNA on l-Doy so 
many years ago he was the model 
son. An incredible athlete, he let- 
tered in soccer and ■ISO's while also 
dabbing in baft lax and company 
football. He elected to major in 
oceanography. As on underclass 
he never drank, swore, smoked, 
partied, nor had a girlfriend. May 
198S, changed some of that. Re- 
member O.C- at the end of the se- 
mester? Who could forget Zoid 
Ring Dance W.E.? Zoid, we wel- 
come you to the world. Oh, and 
Mom, don't worry he still doesn't 
smoke or swear. 



JAY LOWELL WARD 

Orlando. Florida 

Once possessing a harem. Jay'; 
style was not at all cramped by the 
advent of Wabanna, the GOUCHEf 
6 or his U of M safaris His connec 
tions in the Sunshine State provec 
useful on roadtrips to those ports 
who could forget the hottubs, spa 
ghetti dinners or J's excommunicot 
ed cousin in Ft Lauderdale Speak 
ing of diners JScD's bar and grill wa 
a grand attraction 2/c yr with thi 
help of Joy's reactor expertise. ^/' 
year brought memories of Europe 
extensive business practices, on' 
an affinity for fishing on free oftei 
noons. Jay's taught me more m 
yrs about priorities than oil my fo 
mal education It's Friday afte 
noon. Oscar's happy, and we'r 
mobile, -dpr- 



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TAKASHI R. YAMAMOTO 

5on Leandro. California 
After four years by the bay. the 
"Admiral" is ready to become an 
Eosign Destined to come to the 
Naval Academy, he went from a 
slow start to finish on the Supe's list 
Coming from the Bay area, he had 
no practical experience with crew, 
but seeing as it would be his first 
command at sea, he adopted it as 
his sport San Diego will never be 
the same after the lost of the samu- 
rai warriors passes through He is a 
true-blooded Swos-Buckier Good 
lucl< and happy sailing 

I? T T 



AVERETT M. ALLEN 

Alexandria. Virginia 
Avery came to Annapolis via NAPS. 
After a two year stay in 22nd Co . 
he joined the 4th Co to finish his 
tour with the Navy. Coming from a 
military family, Avery developed an 
early interest in the military and jets. 
Academy alumni from West Point. 
Air Force and Novy helped moti- 
vate him in selecting silver wings 
over gold ones as he joins those 
"boys in blue." Every man has a dif- 
ferent dream and it is his job to 
chase it Good luck, Avery, in your 
quest for excellence 




jer;.*-- 




CHRISTOPHER J. ALLEN 

Miller sville. Maryland 
Chris wos the only day student we 
knew. He kept his uniforms, his PC, 
and just enough food to last the 
A-eek at school, along wrth his tools 
and books Never o workaholic 
Chris once had to ask for directions 
to the library Other than marathon 
late-night TV and being invisible in 
Ded. Chris was famous as Mr Fix-it. 
1 speed swimmer and swim team 
—anager, a bug-flamer, and an ex- 
cert on television shows and mov- 
"5 All that time in the wardroom 
^nd playing Trivial Pursuit finally paid 
:n when he won an Emmy for par- 
ticipation in ^lielsen ratings. Take 
core, good luck, and don't forget 
your wrench. 



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MATTHEW &. &LE0SOE 

Chester, Virginia 

Pete, we still aren't sure where he 
got that name. His taste in music 
bordered on bizarre, the outside 
border, but come 1230 we knew 
he'd be there to watch David Let- 
terman. He made a very successful 
economist (ceteris paribus) while 
taking advantage of every minute 
of liberty he could first class year 
Pete's photographic skills may 
someday earn him the credit he 
rightfully deserves. Pete has consid- 
ered the Peace Corps and some 
cults he'd like to join after he finishes 
his Naval career, WHFS was Pete's 
favorite radio station and Gustav 
Mahler his favorite composer. 
Good luck (Matthew)? 



STEPHEN G. BOWEN 

Cohasset. Massachusetts 
As one of the most easy-going guys 
in the Company. Steve has always 
seemed to enjoy himself. His ever- 
present sense of humor and flair for 
sarcasm have helped through 
many rough moments. Steve's tal- 
ent extends into academics as 
well While making a EE major look 
easy. Steve has always been more 
than willing to put his "Newsweek" 
or "Musician" aside to give help on 
homework. Since Plebe Year he has 
been a starting goalie on the hock- 
ey team and has been named MVP 
of the Crabpot Tournament. Sadly, 
Steve will never be a blimp pilot as 
he has dreamed. Well, good luck 
anyway Steve. 



MICHAEL D. BOYD 

Boone, North Carolina 
Mike come to Navy with high hopes 
but kept his wolfpack application 
until the end of 3/c year when he 
traded in EE for WE's and the rock 
Shot by Machine Gun and burned 
by Third Degree, Mike kept his SPIR- 
ITS high while making the transition 
from married man to wild man. Ring 
Dance culminated with Miss UNLV 
and a tour of the National Aquari- 
um few below will ever forget Mike 
and his best friend. Bongo, have 
never let the boys down. Southern 
Bell to Star Wars, the closest doub- 
ledate ever at the copa to the 
Doublemint Twins, Skibunny Katie to 
Miss Italy of Pa. Hit Ca running Mikei 
Best Wishes, Shadowbrother Mix 



PETER J. BUTLER 

Kenmore. New York 
Roosevelt Suie , Bo came to us as 
a young and innocent boy But a 
dote with an apple core began to 
change this After validating and 
studying away Plebe year so his 
classmates could have the gouge. 
Bo's true personality began to 
BREAK out in Dahlgren He then 
booted his way thru PROTAMID 2/c 
year caught him over the wall and 
skipping thru T-Court after a SIMPLY 
AWESOME performance of The 
Messiah 1/c year saw him return 
from CC as a new person. Bo the 
HPP, The cutting edge does not ' 
know what it is in for. Good Luck. 
We'll oil miss you' 




JAMES R. CAMPBELL 

Farmingdale. New York 
JR. would often share his family's 
homespun hospitality with many of 
his friends during Spring Break, He 
will probably be most remembered 
for his adventures at Army/Navy, 
during his weekends, and on the 
Hood dance floor He worried more 
about not making the Dant's list 
rather than those few seconds be- 
fore taps on his extended week- 
ends at home. Having completed 
2nd set plebe summer detail, he will 
be rer"'^" "^"'"-l by his plebes as 
one O' firsties who led 

them :. .jarade victory. 

J.R.'s outs:an:i ng academic 
achievement and never-exhaust- 
ing smile will take him far through 
Nuke power school and later to the 
fleet Good Luck! 



NORMAN 0. CRUZ 

Salinas, California 

Norm gave up the sun and fun of 
California for good ol' Canoe U, 
Norm is one of the few firsties to 
have never had a plebe year, for 
he spent 2/3 of 82-83 performing 
the rigors of track manager and 
avoiding his upperclass by dining on 
team tables or eating out of his 
weekly chow packages. Norm was 
quite the ladies man though, start- 
ing with plebe year, moving 
through Belgium, and winding up at 
Washington's birthplace Norm did 
well with '89 over the summer 
(Where's my car?), and certainly 
earned his two stripes first class 
year Good luck with surface. 
Norm — remember, any port in a 
storm! 



RICK E. DANSEY 

Cocoa Beach, Florida 
Rick came to USNA destined to 
command a sub. He pursued aca- 
demics diligently by studying at 
least 4 hours a week, Plebe year 
was quite an experience 83 made 
a permanent impression all over 
him, 3/c year saw him start to ex- 
periment with more than a tew 
women who looked better with ev- 
ery pitcher. He con chug with the 
best. Rick was good at 'going oft'. 
Going oft to USCGA, to Batt Staff 
and going off on most of his class- 
mates, 1/c year he and the boys 
made ample use of his 3-striper libs, 
Bancroft Hall will always have a 
piece of him, especially the cata- 
combs. Subs are getting a good 
man. Bo and the boys 



DONALD F. EYRES 

Muscatine. Iowa 
Don couldn't help being notice 
during Plebe Summer, whether t 
TV crews or an irate COMO But 
ney. (And just ask Kwis & Cine 
about their visitor on Service Selei 
tion Night '83 . . ) Fish and bot 
powder contributed to his beir 
one of the few Goat-Courte 
youngsters- with annual repeat v 
its. Don surprised everyone in Four 
when he selected SWO and cho 
an AEGIS cruiser out of Norfolk 
made sense, though- Don's on i 
curable worgamer and where el 
would he find a bigger and bett 
computer game? He'll have fi 
Nobody else put as much effort ir 
NAVTAG and the Soviet navy. 



364 • CLASS OF 1986 



'l^'^HS^ 



GREGORY J. FENTON 

Grand Ledge. Michigan 
While at Annapolis, this naive young 
man grew to become o veritable 
stud Boo took on the gentlemanly. 
but hardly rigorous, sport of Pistol, 
High grades were never a problem 
for Boo, He was never caught 
studying his entire plebe year. His 
taste in women varied as much as 
his taste in beer There was the Lat- 
in Lover, the Hood College "hook- 
up", and the Mount Vernon adven- 
ture, A Tigers fan until death. Boo 
proudly displayed his "Tigermania" 
bumpersticker on his Celica Supra 
Boo did a fine job with '89, "Baby- 
face" was a great example plebe 
summer and later with his 3 stripes. 
Navy Air is getting a good man. 
Good luck. Greg 



FOURTH 



JAMES P GALAMBOS 

Colorado Springs. Co 
To the man who for three years 
stood as tough as the Rock of Gi- 
braltar but crumbled like dust after 
the Ring Dance Despite his uniform 
appearance, Jim was one of the 
biggest academic sweats ever to 
grace the halls of Mother B. Jim was 
always quick to offer academic 
and personal help, and my only re- 
gret is that I couldn't help him when 
a certain female from the Springs 
brought him to his knees. Good luck 
and work hard, because I know you 
wouldn't have if any other way. 
DJM 



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ANCISCO J. HERREROS 

in'iago, Chile 

.rnving four years ago on a plane 
Dm that thin country on the west- 
;n coast of South America. Fran- 
,sco has given us all a close hand 
.9w of Latino Machismo in action 
pm his plentiful exploits with mem- 
jrs of the opposite sex to his alco- 
>lic consumptions at some parties 
foreign representatives in DC . 
oncisco has truly left Americans 
th a favorable impression of men 
,>m his home country. Close to de- 
ling on making the United States 
home. Francisco finally decided 
go home and show his navy 
lat sort of man they have been 
'»ing these four years Buena 
; 5rte. Javier, 



GLENN A. LECARL 

Union. New Jersey 
Glenn invented his own version of 
the USNA five year plan: Plebe Sum- 
mer with '85. ten month vacation, 
four years with '86, and continuous 
comrats. With this extra wealth, he 
has traveled extensively in Europe, 
Somehow Glenn has grown youn- 
ger every year as evidenced by 
the 'vette. the cycle, and the eyes 
Athletically. Glenn experienced the 
dreaded "sailing team youngster 
burn out," and settled on becom- 
ing Fourth Co 's best Fall of 1985 
Company Cdr Overall Glenn's ef- 
forts can be summed up in a sound 
well known to his roommates. 
"Whisk, whisk, whisk." Amicus usque 
ad aras. 




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FOURTH COMPANY 




MARK A. LUNDE 

Los Alamitos. California 
Mark emerged as a celebrity early 
during plebe sumrrier with tiis rendi- 
tions of "A Goat IS Old and Gnarly" 
As a plebe summer platoon CDR, 
Mark could always be found by lis- 
tening for that good or Navy tune 
As a EE major, Mark would hove his 
room full of fellow EE friends seeking 
the "gouge" sometimes keeping 
his roommates up late nights to 
learn about tronsformers As the 
company 1st LT Mark tried single- 
handedly to turn the company 
around Weekly room inspections 
and weekend formals were his 
forte' Mark's perserverance, of 
which Cindy can attest to, brought 
him far at the Academy and will do 
so in the fleet Good Luck! 



ERIC s. McQueen 

Lake Alfred. Florida 
"E" come from the orange groves 
to play hardball with the big boys of 
USNA A sub, computer science, 
and top 10% were his goals. An am- 
phib, Phy Sci, and top 90% were the 
results Like Mick says. "You can't 
always get what you want " But 
"E" is a survivor, as the oc-board 
knows The Phoamin' Gang con- 
verted him from a shy "Gentleman 
Johnny" to a "Fly Guy" party ani- 
mal (His 2-hr Hood adventure with 
rum and Coke was a knockout) 
Academics, Judi, and women are 
his hobbies Since he's already a 30 
hr/week man and a state chomp, 
women of the world- beworel 
Good luck buddy! -Dandy 



STEVEN D. MIXSON 

Springfield. Virginia 
"Mix," a navy brat, come to USNA 
via NAPS with NAVY AIR on his mind 
His eyes didn't have the same vision 
though, so he picked SURFACE 
WARFARE in San Diego and simulat- 
ed flight on land with his 300 ZX 
Steve only broke one reg at USNA 
Unfortunately, he did not have be- 
ginner's luck OS he became a mem- 
ber of the over the wall gang and 
restriction squad Mix partied long 
and hard and was always fun to be 
around as nobody could break a 
window quite like he could Surface 
line is lucky to get his command 
voice and once the "standard" hits 
the fleet, it will never be the same 
Good Luck! Bo, 



WALTER MORES 

Newark. New Jersey 
Latman came to us from beouti 
downtown Newark Right away 
devoted himself to It wt crew o 
school. 3/c year saw him find 
personality at Dahlgren Hall as 
maxed lib. time and increased 
tolerance He also began to lea 
his mark on things like the Rotunc 
This hobby stretched to 2/c yf 
and climaxed after Messiah. • 
held the title with sloth and begi 
to live by the gouge to beat Me- 
E. 1/c year saw him cut his tii' 
with the boys to do his hardest m- 
athon. He chose Navy air. Gd 
Luck, we'll all miss you! 



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DENNIS J. MOYNIHAN 

Springfield. Massachusetts 
Denny came to the Academy as 
on emmissary of the Irish Republican 
Army to gain glory for himself and 
all Irishmen At first things were 
tough, but Denny showed the true 
luck of the Irish He went from the 
pain of wrestling to being the golf 
captain He also out-smarted us all 
by getting out of Nuke Power and 
going surface line Congrats on a 
pb well done Erin Go BRAGH, JPG 



MARK E. POWERS 

Kingsport, Tennessee 
Mark's dream of climbing the enlist- 
ed ladder one rung at a time and 
becoming the first man to hold ev- 
ery rank in the Navy ended when 
his father accepted his appoint- 
ment to NAPS for him The guilt he 
felt for skipping a few rungs drove 
him to "EE" for which he learned 
the error of his ways. Occasionally 
you might find him asleep at night 
and once in a while during the day 
you'd find him awake He chose 
NUC subs for a good reason — he 
always wanted to be in one of 
those sub races he and Michelle 
used to watch out on Hospital Point 
Good luck to you both M -i- M. Dis- 
co Dahlgren won't be the same 
without you. 



CHRISTOPHER C. RAMOS 

San Jose. California 
Achmed acquired his name 
through his incredible push-up con- 
test with the Lat-man. He was a 
studious member of Phoamin' Phour 
although he was the person most 
likely to see the Lt, His exuberant 
behavior touched everyone he 
worked with. He was always there 
to lend out his computer. His aca- 
demic expertise led him to become 
the company academic officer. He 
will best be remembered as the en- 
dearing Captain Molsen during Ar- 
my/Navy, and for his many early 
arrivals from the Officer's Club His 
friendliness and hard working de- 
pendability will be a valuable asset 
in the fleet 



ERIK D. STECHMANN 

Great Lakes. Illinois 
Erik came to the Academy after a 
year at NAPS where he played 
football and wrestled He pursued 
his wrestling career at USNA but 
hung up his singlet to pursue his 
dream of becoming an Ocean en- 
gineer. A 71 QPR start made the 
decision a bit easier for him. Erik's 
movie star looks earned him com- 
plements from his NASAP counselor. 
Davita, and many a young lady at 
Franny O's. Stek found his dream 
car but it almost didn't survive the 
85 Spring Break Trip. Erik's profes- 
sionalism earned him respect and a 
Company Commander Billet. Stek 
will follow in his father's footsteps 
and become a Naval Aviator. 




TEPHEN B. SZYMANSKI 

v'llmngton. Delaware 

,nce his piebe year knee injury 

:3pt Ski from wrestling, he decided 

.1 wrestle with academics, and 

.3ve EE take him to the mat He's 

ways been a dependable friend 

ven when we pushed him out in 

e hall for missed chow calls. "Look 

' ail the wires Mix" You've broken 

e Army-Navy tradition, but you 

ode up for yourself in Crete and 

■ape Cod, "the casual one" Who 

oukl have thought plebe summer 

uod leader "papa Ski" would 

ive managed to squeek out that 

3rd NFC spot Having almost 

>ught the form with you (A-N '86). 

■ good to know you'll be in the air 

id off the highway. Good luck 

jnd. 



JAMES E. TATERA 

Vacaville. California 
The meaning of the word "Califor- 
nia" acquired new dimensions to all 
of us when we met Jim so it was all 
truth Through this four years we 
have enjoyed his good humor and 
friendliness as much as we have 
feared his appetite Never too tired 
for a game of fnsbee or a good 
program on TV. he managed to 
graduate with an engineering de- 
gree through studying in the most 
absolute secret places, although 
rumor is out that he was seen study- 
ing once Just once. Escaping by a 
hair's width from becoming one of 
the few and proud, the EDO com- 
munity will have a valuable asset in 
him in the years to come. Good 
luck JET 



ARTHUR J. VANGELI 

Cortland. New York 
A J. hails from the great state of 
New York and soon found himself in 
the great state of confusion. The 
only alternative was to turn to aca- 
demics in the hope of attending o 
normal school of business and get- 
ting an MBA. Besides Bill Cosby and 
the G.A.L.S. the best night of his life 
was when he selected Navy NFO. 
The other nights were spent trying 
to keep his roommate out of trou- 
ble and sane. (Pow to the weak 
Mo's) Best wishes and you will al- 
ways be a member of the Wright 
Family. G, 2nd Lt. 



KYLOR E. WHITAKER 

LePanon, Oregon 
Upon arrival at USNA, Whit's first 
question was "How long does this 
ritual last." ET phone home was his 
battle cry for plebe year His white 
uniform was always impeccable 
while it lasted until it was forcibly 
retired. His high turnover of roomies 
was not due to his late study hours, 
but to their desire to go CIVLANT 
His ethnic music and sweet jumper, 
along with his desire to Groove. 
Ganz. Growin' deep until Grad day 
(four G's), will be sorely missed by 
us J C , don't drag Whit into Leav- 
enworth with youl Stum, Walt & 
BOYS 



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JAMES R. WILSON 

Chicago, Illinois 

Early on in his career THE SLOTH dis- 
played some of his talent in card 
playing during Plebe year While at 
the Academy he could almost al- 
ways be found buried in the Sloth 
Bag. 3/c year saw him switch to 
Phy Sci to allow for more sleep time 
and give him a chance to raise his 
QPR. When he was not dreaming of 
grandeur or a cure for MPB, he was 
playing some type of game or 
teaming with Lot against others. 
2/c year saw his expertise in car 
handling increase By the time t/c 
year rolled around Sloth had finally 
bloomed into the fine shot that he 
really is. Let's get that "vette" 
fixed Good Lucki We'll miss youl 




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BRIAN S. BARNETT 

f^ Lauderdale, Florida 
Brian #1 came to Canoe U direct 
from Long Island He shot his way to 
fame on the rifle team, shot his' 
mouth enough to be retired from 
WRNV. & endured 4 years of' 
grades largely shot to hell This' 
didn't stop him from building/wor- 
shiping a model of his dream car 
the '85 all-black Firebird It was a' 
voodoo doll, & he became well 
known at USAA (but there was 
sand on the roadi) A would-be pi- 
lot, SWO Dad showed him the light 
(OK, so eyes & grades helped) We' 
knew he was set when he built the 
balsa sailboat Brian's been a great 
roommate who'll listen (& tell yoi 
when you're full of it) Good luck ir 
Charleston— you'll do "otoy" 




GROVER LEE WRIGHT 

Washington, DC 

Never one to be caught "hiding," 
Grover flashed his potential as a 
shining Celeste-ial body during 
plebe summer, when he thrived on 
man overboard drills, sound sleep, 
and rotes at the table (pass the 
milk, please) He unselfishly spent his 
time at Hams Point with his loved 
one, washing and waxing her turbo 
Although he was pres of the BSC, 
he will always be an honorary Ital- 
ian. Despite some "Major recruiting 
efforts. Grove turned his talents to- 
ward Marne Air, where he will un- 
doubteciy f-v with the likes of Ro- 
danwh'r. . ■--' lis wings of gold 
with v.f onde Best of 

luck, Ac, 




KENNETH D. BAUGHMAN 

Lorain, Ohio 

Amy who'' Youngster year K- 
spent most of his time sitting in C 
ol's sink. Kenbo was always vi/iiii' 
to help his fellow shipmates - frc 
blind dates to hairy chests. K 
wasn't one to drink much, but 
did have a problem finding his c 
at times The most work he ever c 
on a desk was with his feet - Stu 
Night Feveri His brief ideas of ' 
Corps were nixed when he dec 
ed he wouldn't look good vv 
moss on his head Having stay' 
true to Amy for 4 years, his tf 
feelings showed through on Servi' 
Selection when he chose MSO' 
Married Surface Officers. Gd 
Luck! R.O., G.B., S.W., & V.C. 



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ROBERT E. BROOKS 

Houston. Texas 

Hair to his knees, blue jeans, and an 
extremely heavy checkbook. Bob 
was ready to begin four years of 
stress and confusion "I have to get 
up at what time'' And clean my 
room''" Through the torture and 
the pain he managed to survive to 
,find a way to get into Supply 
.School Weightlifting. tennis. 
."Cheers." o dozen roses, and pret- 
.ty ladies , , Bob was all business 
,Four days o week in PE gear, he 
.must have majored in PE and 
Oceanography Next stop: Athens. 
,3eoria by way of 300ZX turbo Fast 
cars, plenty of cash, and a good 
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KEVIN J. BROWN 

Colonic, New Jersey 
Double "K" (Kool Kev) came to us 
from Colonia, New Jersey after 
swinging out for a year at NAPS He 
has always been a killer with the 
ladies, through use of his charm and 
charisma If Kev had spent as much 
time in the books as he did chasing 
women, he would have been a Tri- 
dent Scholar THANK GOD FOR 2 
As for weekends, he can never get 
away from the New York nightlife 

"let's hit Bentley's" The parties 
and playing ball will always be re- 
membered Kev. you'll always be 
one of the "fellas" (GENTLEMAN 
OUT-N-ABOUT WITH ALL THE 
CLOUT). 



EUGENE R. BURGESS 

Burlington, New Jersey 
Surge Geno, our warehouse of ir- 
relevant info. He remains to be the 
only person known to have BS'd his 
way into both graduating and nu- 
clear power If only his sweet Mom 
knew, the seedy women and the 
alcohol problem, what would she 
think! At least he still has his inno- 
cence, despite the efforts of Mr 
Moyer to marry him off. It's a good 
thing his paycheck rose quicker 
than his tolerance level If you ever 
wanted to find Gene on the week- 
ends, all you had to do was ask his 
Mom or check his rack Good luck 
in Nuke school and may the bull 
never stop flowing KB. RO. VC. SW 



DAVID A. BYMAN 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
When Dave entered the Academy 
on 1-Day, he declared that he in- 
tended to keep a low profile. And 
Dave has definitely kept that prom- 
ise! He has been kept out of seclu- 
sion only by his never-ending search 
for help in Mechanical Engineering. 
Yes, Dave is a man of few words, 
but those who know him also find 
him to be a man who puts the inter- 
ests of others ahead of his own. His 
love for God is obvious as he places 
his trust in Him and speaks about 
Him to others Thanks for being a 
friend, Dave and never forget; 
"God is our refuge and strength, a 
very present help in trouble." 
(Psalm 46 1) 




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ERNON F. CALDWELL 

rants Pass, Oregon 
3m came to us a lean, green, 
on to be serene Marine. Vern de- 
3ed to rise to the top at the 
;ademy by winning a battle of 
trition, all but one of his plebe 
lar roommates have been left by 
> wayside. The only thing Vern 
s retained for four years is his 
3ase girl. Sue Thoroughly disgust- 
■I with the Mickey Mouse atmo- 
nere in the hall. Vern retired to his 
',>ekday home at the sailing cen- 
' and to Sue's on Weekends, !! 
t>od Luck in the Corps!! The Guys 
"O.. G.B, KB, S W." 



IAN A. CASSIDY 

Jamestown, North Carolina 
When I arrived at USNA on July 7. 
1982. I knew I would need lots of 
help to make it to graduation. 
Therefore, I would like to thank my 
parents for all the love and advice 
that they gave me during my four 
years here, I also could not have 
mode it without the love and 
friendship of the following people 
Chaplain R, Ross. Maj. and Mrs, R, 
Linhart, Lcdr N Daigle. Coach Paul 
Evans and his staff. Larry Moore, 
John Funk, John Vorndick, Mr, and 
Mrs, S. Zimberg. Maria Canales. 
Capt and Mrs A, Konetzni. and 
Prof M McCormick. Gary, thanks for 
putting up with me for the past 
three years 



CHARLES D. COLLINS 

Raytown, Missouri 
Doug rode in from the Show-Me- 
State leaving behind his prized fam- 
ily, Rock-n-Roll. and his motorcycle 
It took dimost two years, but the 
East Coast finally adjusted. No rose- 
colored glasses for this boy, he pre- 
ferred the thicker kind at Timmy's 
Despite his best efforts, Doug (or 
somebody) found it easier to switch 
majors than fire a tenured profes- 
sor He always wanted to be a sci- 
entist anyway Remembered best 
for his firefighfing talents, Doug al- 
ways saw the lighter side of life. Sur- 
face Line will definitely be one man 
the better when this salt hits the 
fleet. See ya on the fantoil. -SJD 



THOMAS D. COLLINS 

Richmond, Virginia 
T C has spent four years by the bay 
putting the Academy in his rear 
view mirror. Always working on the 
Camaros, his fondness for cars has 
only been surpassed by his infatua- 
tion with women. In both cases, he 
has always gone with the proven 
performers Tom is proof that lifters 
hove speech impediments, Adrian, 
Never tell him that the scotch is free 
or that you have a sister His laid 
back lifestyle and long hair left 
quite a few Marines in shock with his 
choice on service selection night 
Better get used to those combat 
boots and let's hope that women 
really like green. Good luck TC 
AS. 



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STEVEN J. D'ONOFRIO 

Cohasset, Massachusetts 
Following two brothers. Steve 
climbed the ladders ot USNA with 
gouge and ospirotlons of validating 
plebe year (or did he use the vo- 
tor''). D'nof excused himself from 
plebe year and sloshed about the 
East coast with the sailing team. 
Finding that sailing and Systems cut 
into social life, he opted General 
and retired to the Oxbow Junior 
year (and a few state troopers) 
found Steve playing road warrior 
Not one to cramp his style (or pay 
tickets), service selection and a li'l 
red Vette put him bock in the fast 
lane. Navy Air's gonna have a hard 
time keeping this kid out of the 
burner. CDC 



MICHAEL J. DUFFY 

Lake Bluff. Illinois 

Mike came to Canoe U,, the son of 
a naval officer, dedicated to the 
vision of a bridge and bachelor- 
hood. Never worrying about the tri- 
als and tribulations of life in school, 
he calmly (hidden from any in con- 
trol) survived to pass from our midst 
to the USS Ticonderoga. Mike never 
passed up an opportunity to have 
a good time and the girls of Annap- 
olis mourn his passing Long Live the 
Six Pack. 




RONNIE A. ELLY 

fort Wastiington. Maryland 
Ron came to USNA with an intense 
desire to fly, a girlfriend, and an RX- 
7. Along with Carlo, he became 
one half of the company's Filipino 
ambassadorship, later to till the en- 
tire position after 3/C year Many 
expected Ronnie to take after the 
mercurial Vic, whose memory still 
burns in the minds of 86' For a vari- 
ety of reasons, he mellowed. At 
Lauderdale, during Spring Break 
3/C year, he met Wynn. who 
washed away memories of past ro- 
mances. The desire to obtain the 
Right Stuff kept him up many late 
nights. Pensacola bound, I wish him 
the best of luck in his quest tor hap- 
piness. P-3's, and big business. — 
RFP 



370 • CLASS OF 1986 



STEPHEN CARLETON EVERLY 

Vienna. Virginia 

Steve was well known as the most 
outspoken member of Fifth Com- 
pany. Although many people failed 
to understand the finer points of 
Steve's sense of humor, he always 
managed to moke everybody 
lough Who can forget those eve 
nings of baiting "Yea, buddy! ^' 
There was always more to Steve 
than anyone suspected He never 
failed to surprise me. Good luck, 
Steve, and God bless you. 




JAMES M. FOLEY 

Spence^co^^' Veiv York 
Jim arrvea from Artie Circle, USA 
He never could figure out why there 
wcsn t at least two feet of snow by 
Christmas He did not let it bother 
him. his goals were elsewhere They 

I culminated his senior year as he led 
•he X-C team to 7th at Nationals 
.ifortunately, Jim's dream to be a 
tyboy were dashed when the Navy 
did not appreciate his eyes as 

[much as he did His overseas 
dreams will be true as a SWO. A 
•nal complication arose when it 
A-os decided to wire his Jaws. He 
•nen showed us that it was still pos- 
; Die to run without your mouth. Put 
, our mmd to it and you can do any- 
•iing Good Luck! kDN 



TODD ALAN FORNEY 

Sioui City, Iowa 

Todd came to the Academy as a 
naive and impressionable young 
lad. At the end of his stay. Todd 
had picked up a number of new 
experiences his first date, a new if 
somewhat uncontrollable Fiero. 
and some amusing drinking habits. 
Even so. his good humor, easygoing 
nature, and inquiring mind en- 
deared him to his classmates. 
Known by many names such as 
Toddler, the Lodger, and Forndog- 
ger. Todd managed to accept 
them with no hard feelings. Best of 
luck as a future submariner and 
Godspeed 




EN K. HANSEN 

•se. laaho 

3n com© to USNA ready to 

ange it to suit his ways As a 

ibe. he gained noteriety when 

refused to get his haircut after 

k3st to Air Force Youngster 

or. he rTK3naged to dnnk every 

er on the Ram's Head menu 2nd 

iss year, he became a romantic 

t It was a kacal girl, then a firstie's 

sjer. then a firstie Now he's mel- 

i^'ed. and is anxiously waiting to 

g down to Pensacola and change 

I' o sut his ways 



KELLY J. HANSON 

Freemont, Nebraska 
If there is one word that describes 
Kelly, that word is "dedication." 
What else could explain such a self- 
less act OS tying on SDB tie for your 
roommate while he and the rest of 
your classmates attend Plebe 
Breakfast formation? Also within 
Kelly IS a boy who laughs in his sleep, 
hangs his roommates stuffed squir- 
rel from the overhead, and lacks 
the shame that prevents other 
adults from walking around a room 
wearing a T-shirf tucked in his briefs. 
bkack shoes, and black socks Add 
to all of this his good nature and 
willingness to listen, and one finds 
oneself with a friend whose friend- 
ship is beyond words — but "price- 
less" comes close 



L. ROBERT GARCIA JR. 

Fremont, Calif oma 
Bob come to USNA fresh from both 
High School and California Plebe 
year, when he wasn't studying, he 
was singing in the choir he eventu- 
ally led 1/C year A month on AOR- 
5 3/C summer helped him decide 
on NFO OS a career choice For two 
years he flirted with danger (and 
Ac-Boards) before his CQPR took 
on upward trend For 1/C cruise, he 
sailed to Spain where he improved 
foreign relations by shaking hands 
with diplomats and dancing with 
their daughters ■l/C year he 
achieved his goal of carrying a 
sword by becoming BATT Pork- 
chop, For Service Selection. Bob 
was ready for P-3s and P-colo 
Good luck in P-cola. the Navy, and 
life. Bob. 



GARY IAN GERSON 

Chatsworth. California 
Why did Gory come to USNA? He 
heard it was free Plebe year hod its 
challenges; living with the RAT. 
passing PE tests, and lots of bulletin 
boards. It also had its bright spots 
like Saturdays at the Zimbergs 
house Youngster year he got solid 
working out and a stereo reunited 
him with his beloved music. Second 
class year was Youngster year con- 
tinued, but a show on WRNV and 
Mech. Eng, wore him down. First 
class year was a blessing, the sum- 
mer in California, a secluded room 
to live in peace, and four wheeled 
mobility- the feeling of freedom. 
Now the bubbleheads will get o 
chance to experience G I Gerson 



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JAMES A. HEARD 

Evansville. Indiana 
Jim's arrival at the Academy did 
not seem likely to cause the stir that 
we would see four years later His 
behavior could be called slightly 
eccentric Jim's overabundance of 
energy could be seen in the ward- 
room with his imitations of bacon 
and French toast. We often would 
walk down the hall hearing screams 
from Jim locked inside his locker 
Jim's affection for a field ball goal 
left a lasting impression on his nose 
Despite or in addition to this, how- 
ever, he was a good friend, always 
ready to help someone in need 
Best of luck and remember. "Hap- 
piness is a warm guni" 



LUTHER H. HOOK, III 

Havana. Florida 

Luke. Harold to ya'll. has been fixin 
to graduate tor four years now 
He's the last bourbon sipping South- 
erner left among us One admires 
his survival of culture shock experi- 
enced from his Yankee room- 
mates. His USNA radio station. 
WRNV. always provoked interest- 
ing remorks from him like "What are 
they playing''" or "At least they 
were playing something!" We can 
only hope Luke can navigate his 
home Florida skies better than his 
steps through Academy flower 
beds . "it was so simple, like the 
jitterbug, it plum evaded me " 



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CRAIG F. MERRILL 

Oxnard. California 
Craig's largest flaw was to let a 
"paticular" mathi major proofread 
his papers Craig, you've defined 
integrity bothi as midstiipman, and 
as the best of friends Never has the 
Brigade had more respect for the 
Brigade Cdr. than when you were 
at the helm Your marl< has touched 
everywhere you've been and ev- 
eryone you've met, it's to your 
credit that a touch of reality has 
returned to the Academy-the MHP 
is dead, long live MidnRegi Pretty 
good for a guy who couldn't figure 
relative wind By the way, it was 
000 May God watch over you and 
Susan and grant you the besti I'm 
proud to call you friend 



KEVIN D. NIBBELINK 

Lansdale. Pennsylvania 
It was a hard transition for Nibbs 
from 'sweat' to mellowed-out fly- 
boy, especially after brossoing the 
pipes under the sink plebe summer 
A dedicated athlete, Nibbs spent 
most of his time running varsity 
tracl< and cross country in weather 
even the mailman wouldn't brave 
He shattered all myths about engi- 
neers by breezing through his years 
as a EE with a 3 7 (and he still got to 
bed by midnight). Nibbs left his last 
semester to explore the real world 
as he got his masters at Maryland 
University Life in the fast lone is 
about to get faster as he heads 
down to Pensacola for freedom, 
fighters, and funi Good luck Nibbs 
GO NAVY AIRi AS 



RONALD D. OLKO 

Coral Springs. Florida 
Ron (R'olk, Ronbo) came to us from 
Anywhere, USA, usually Florida or 
New Jersey He initially managed his 
money well by arranging direct de- 
posite at Timmy's, Needless to say, 
Timmy's closed when Ron sought 
new horizons Since then he has 
concentrated on his long list of 
"lust" affairs from Corvettes to al- 
pha codes Ron's true love for flying 
almost outweighed his love for the 
Corps until Bubba and QPR stepped 
in. Four years of the academy and 
rugby have drained most of his wits 
The Corps gets the rest Semper Fi 
VC, KB, GB, SW 



BRIAN D. PEARSON 

Hampton. Virginia 
Brian #2 came to us from Hampton, 
VA and NAPS Though legally blind 
(•?r my shin), he chose the Poly Sci 
route to graduation. He'd be track- 
ing down a new novel for study 
hour, checking for the next Star 
Trek re-run, or wondering when 
he'd get up again As a firstie, 
"Mario" imagined his VW Jetta a | 
Formula 1 racer and ended up giv- 
ing it a face lift with a mud bank. 
Brian also went to Philly for Army I 
and ended up sleeping with Ned | 
the Puke fairy otter wrestling o bot- 
tle of JD to the floor Overall, 
though, our "SWO DADDY" is one I 
heck of a great guy and will do I 
great at nuke school if he wakes Lp I 
for class 




ROBERT F. PRESSLY 

Nashua. New Hampshire 
Bob came to USNA looking to major 
in Nuclear Eng , however the majors 
board didn't offer it Bob then de- 
cided to take on the World of Sys- 
tems and till now hod his head 
locked on to those notorious books 
of microprocessors, robotics de- 
sign, etc . . His quest for Nuke Pow- 
er ended on a short stint aboard a 
fast attack during 3/c cruise Bob 
dismissed thoughts of Submarine 
Core and went gung-ho over the 
Marine- ■- -^^^^ lungle Bob's love for 
the V. • .: lump school and 

USAF,^' :: Between rab- 

bits, (= . Tjj. Good Luck 

stealth ch out for Jim- 

my-Leg:. .'. nit the beach! 

RAE. 



RICHARD P. ROMAINE 

Wayzata. Minnesota 
The little Aero major who tried and 
mode it Even managed to get an 
NFO spot You'd think he already 
had his pilot wings the way he 
drives his RX7. Of course, he's usual- 
ly in a hurry to get to or back from 
his "nanny's" pod in Virginia where 
he spends his free weekends The 
sailing team takes the rest of his 
weekends and afternoons When 
he's in the room and has control of 
the stereo, watch out, because 
there's likely to be some strange 
sounds heard Like his music, he's 
very different and mokes sure you 
know it, but then, what's to be ex- 
pected from someone with the 
nickname. "Q-tip," 



ALAN R. STEWART 

Indiana. Pennsylvania 
"Rack" decided to desert the real 
college life in his hometown to show 
us how seriously a guy should take 
care of himself. This, of course, in- 
cluded plenty of rest and o lot to 
eat When he wasn't giving the bri- 
gade El, he was busy learning some 
lessons on his own: yes, you really 
do have to go to those lectures, 
no, radar detectors don't always 
work, and no, gymnasts were defi- 
nitely not made for the mile run 
With that big bonus hanging over 
his head, Al jumped in with two feet 
and now he's o Surface Nuke, Al 
came, he sow, he slept, he ate .... 
and in the end he walked away in 
the top fifty GOOD LUCK AL. KDN 



SCOTT A. WINFREY 

Burlington. Colorado • 

Spot, Scooter. Windbag. Wi| 
Brow, Wimpy, Bucky, LW. Scd 
came to us the most naive youi 
man until Todd rolled in. Returmi 
after youngster X-mas with tf 
blues over the punk fashions I 
home. Spot developed a taste .' 
military wardrobes. After a Laud 
dole romp with a Playboy-ty-' 
zoomie, he returned to steai' 
Mother B With Scott now in i; 
flight program, we may have ; 
bring back dirigibles. Good lucl 
God speed KB, RO, VC. & GB 



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SIXTH COMPANY 




CHRISTOPHER P. BENDEN 

Freehold. New Jersey 
A Chinese Californian from New 
Jersey? Chiang brought rebellious 
instincts, motorcycles, a devious 
nature, the Boss and punk rock to 
bear on USNA. Bloody murder was 
his goal, and he achieved it often. 
One year with St. God didn't stop 
him from tooling on Billy O and tok- 
ing the "Little Smoky" YP trip. From 
seeing midair spots above his rack 
to fighting himself in the mirror (end 
losing) after a hard night out, 
Chiang was never on holiday, not 
even on Thanksgiving The post - 
Happy years were never dull or reg. 
Try civilian girls. Remember detail, 
snack lovers. AMF, Huey 




RICHARD P. BOOZIAK 

Titusville, Florida 

Well, you see! "Who didn't look at 
the menu?" Hollways in Halifax (J.J.) 
Younster year King Tut! Tom Collins 
in the 4th deck bar Rubberman 
and the '2 hour b-day party. 
Learned helplessness a la lax hel- 
met. Cold pillows f^r. Tag's inferno. 
Campfire philosopher Sloshed on 
the steps- one wild wedding. Junior 
year Living on the edge Dipping in 
December- damn it's cold' The fin- 
gerless wonder "So her boyfriend's 
a boneheadi" Seniors! Boss-man. 
Team Xerox IVless night-port party 
and stinky sheets (haven't I seen 
these mountains before?) Get to 
the point Tutti! "That was the stupi- 
dest thing I've ever done" 




CONNIE L. CARLISLE 

Syracuse. New York 
C'. Medusa's bud since Chick & 
Ruth's (after the bad times w/ P & 
P ). the perfect roomie who sings & 
plays guitar, has stereo, likes to rap, 
writes pretty poems, draws pretty 
pictures, reads Sheldon (I read 
Chaucer), hates her coach but still 
throws, loves soccer, loves Rocks 
but not EE Remember the road trip 
w/ Sinker to Key West, mountain 
climbing, home to Syracuse. Leigh's 
car. Spike's first haircut, my 21st 
(burpi). Hadji in your underthings. & 
Sandy & Nieta's I knew the watch 
& opals meant bells in Dec. Tom's 
lucky to have a spook like you! 



ROYAL G. C. COLLEHE JR. 

Annadale. Virginia 
Bonzo. the human adrenaline 
source. Wildmannmg Big Larry Ice 
Cubes & Eddie's Sheets Reed 
"Don't laugh. I've got to get this 
working fvlore tongue" Bonzo 

on watch = Firei No Common 
Sense "Whitework Friction" & First 
Mistress The Ultimate Stereo. Left 
at the Pasadena Hilton The Island. 
Hotel Comoro Bonzo fashion wear 
How much S to do . '' The Human 
Snake "Hey. Can I have your ad- 
dress''" Keller Geister Brand new 
'73 Volvo The European Adven- 
tures Hi Gong at Cheers' Getting 
thrown off Cape Cod 1 nite + 3 
©xgirls ot the Copa The Wave 
Family Ties. The Iguana P m the 
Gutter. By the way. WE never did 
anything stupid! 



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LOUIS H. DAMPIER 

Cieba, Puerto Rico 
Louis spent his boyhood admiring 
the underside of aircraft, dreaming 
of flight. He flew into USNA thinking 
of nothing but Navy Air, He en- 
trenched himself in his studies to re- 
main "Still Aero " Louis became 
famous as the company travel 
agent, escorting friends on yearly 
jaunts to P,R, for Spring Break Louis' 
dreams came true-he's Pensacolo 
bound He vi/on't be the driver but 
he'll be the steely-eyed killer in the 
back seat May the vi/ind always be 
at your back my good friend 



KATHRVN L. DAVISON 

Fargo, North Dakota 
Kay was one of the few North Da- 
kotans in our class Used to big 
spaces and cold temperatures, she 
adapted well to the confinement 
and humidity of Annapolis and to 
academy life in general She got 
into crew and stuck with it for 4 
years She also got involved in sev- 
eral ECA's. such as choir. Glee Club, 
guys There was Chiang, then 

the Citadel Man, and now Fishbaif 
And all through the 4 years were 
your EE buddies. I swear. Kay, 
sometimes I didn't know whether 
you were in 12th or 6th company! 
Now she's off to be a barnacle- 
scraper. Good luck, Kay. I'll "see 
you in the fleet!" Love. Tricia 



SCOTT E. DONALDSON 

Maple Plain, /Minnesota 
Scott flew into USNA during the 
long, hot summer of '82 and com- 
menced to hoeing the long row He 
studied hard, but he didn't let 
schoolwork get in the way of the 
finer things in life huntin'. campin', 
fishin', and thinkin' about MJ Now 
he's flyin' outta here on Navy wings 
of gold Thumbs up. Scotty -BUK 



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KENNETH R. DOREMUS 

Phoenix, /Maryland 
When asked, after Herndon, what it 
felt like finishing Plebe Year, Ken re- 
plied, "What Plebe Year''" Plebe 
Year was o blur of weekends spent 
cruising the Baltimore area in his cor 
and civvies Ken did not realize he 
was in the Navy until Youngster 
Cruise, which he spent underwater 
Life at sea didn't faze Ken, though 
He spent the next three years build- 
ing up his sound system and collec- 
tion of cooking appliances In his 
Senior (not to be confused with First 
Class) Year, Ken sold out to the 
highest bidder— to take the nucle- 
ar Navy by storm 




JEFFERSON L. DUBINOK 

Patuxent, rylaryland 
Stinky, remember Tetanus shots, 
the laughing boy of bravo compa- 
ny, Sunday nights listening to the 
supersow, a QPR of the square root 
of two and Rueter's answer to it, 
the pack rat. stinky the sock and 
lefkowicz too. New York, New York 
in Baltimore, potted flowers, round- 
heads, hand grenades in Quantico, 
Waldo Peper in Pensacola in his un- 
derwear. Flem and the cajun 
queen, the Marine Corps birthday 
party wntoi r.-imaro and honky 



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EDDY L. ECHOLS, JR. 

Chattanooga. Tennessee 
Dr Echols, as he is now addressed 
by friends and associates alike, is 
only the second Black to attend 
med school from the Academy He 
comes to us from Chattanooga by 
way of NAPS Most of us would 
cringe at the idea of going to 
school for another seven years Ed- 
dy's motivation is that he'll be able 
to do something none of us got a 
chance to do (be a doctor) HUH, 
chase women, and drink brew full 
time He'll be chillin' like Matt Dillon 
with his beamer and water bed I 
just hope he remembers to leave 
some women for the rest of us 
when we make our visits Eddy, 
you'll always be one of the "Fellas" 
(GENTLEMEN OUT-N-ABOUT WITH 
ALL THE CLOUT) 



DENISE M. EDSON 

Pensacola, Florida 
Coming to USNA from P'cola. Den- 
ise, an English major graduating 23 
is headed for a Spanish Cox Fund. 
CDA School, and the USS Yosemite 
Ahh, Medusa, remember , a 1sty 
roomie as youngsters, last minute 
papers, a 0200 Bagel Party, Mt 
climbing after TAPS, Annie's Easter 
Eve, your b'day party (before ev- 
eryone wore civies) with pitchers of 
Marguaritas, The Ravens, plebe 
training as Batt CDR 1st set, Reg 
CDR 1st semester, and teaching 
2nd semester, along with other de- 
veloping interests''?'' Look out Mr 
BELL. Best of Luck in the future'! See 
you in December, D Ever your roo- 
mie Connie 



KEIL R. GENTRY 

Overland Park, Kansas 
"The American Eagle" come to tt 
Marine Academy hoping to enjc 
the military atmosphere he so di 
sired Instead he got 6th Co. K* 
stood out in many areas due to I 
short red hair and polished leothe 
his last two bastions of military bee 
ing He quickly learned that the 
was more to the Navy than stan 
ing watch at parade rest and red 
covered wine and women His ti 
meeting with our new CO was 
conduct hearing, but he won I" 
over with his Marine mentality In 
senior year he became a compul 
geek, the company bulletin boc 
officer, the brigade paper push 
and finally o Marine. 



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JOSEPH E. NINES 

Washington. D C 

"Vol Who IS thaf" "Hey that's L'll 
Joey Hines' He Is one of the tough- 
est guys to step out of Woshington, 
DC in o long time He is a two tinne 
All-Amerlcan in Lightweight Foot- 
boll, an IC-4"A", and Heptagonal 
Championship Finalist m track, as 
well as a seven letter winner here 
at Navy Joey is a guy with insight, a 
person who knows how to get what 
he wants, whether it be girls or his 
lesson Joey, wherever you go just 
remember, you'll always be one of 
the "Fellas" (GENTLEMEN OUT-N- 
ABOUT WITH ALL THE CLOUT)." 



GERALD L. HODGE 

Dallas. Texas 

Jerry arrived at USNA and soon re- 
alized that a sate plebe was one 
that wasn't around so he enlisted in 
the D & B Disguising himself as a 
mild-mannered Midn . few people 
knew the real Hodge To those of us 
who did. it came as no surprise 
when he became the first to get 
engaged An Econ major. Jerry 
was seldom caught in the halls on 
weekends Actually, he spent 
many weekends on tour with the D 
& B The grapevine has it that after 
a hard day with his horn Jerry be- 
came a living definition of the word 
"party" Upon graduation awaits 
Nuke power school and marriage 
to Teal Smooth sailing amigo. Lou 



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■ MAHHEW HOLCOMB 

'Qinbnage Island. Washington 
.tatt came to the Naval Academy 
|/ith o scholarship to play football. 
,ut little did he realize that every- 
ne had a scholarship After a year 
;n the meat squad, he turned his 
,ttention to better things Carolyn, 
jdo. Chemistry, not necessarily in 
,iat order I'm not sure where he 
,>ent more time, but he earned a 
|Own belt in Judo. Carolyn got a 
amond ring (so much for his car 
^on). but no-one ever saw Hap use 

textbook His youngster and se- 
.y cruises showed him the finer 
pints of the Navy, but he went 
l^rps instead I hope the Marines 
|]n use a slightly lunatic brown belt 

lemistry major 



RUSSEL H. LAMB 

Mobile. Alabama 

Surge. William of T' (billy)—" . I 
didn't stand at attention!" Fresh- 
man yeor Grease cover Kimbo 
short round with E E, Teflon coat- 
ed Who can stay up the latest to- 
nighf Bermuda Nova Scotia Soph- 
omore year Mr Tag Preachers 
daughter Gary's leonardo at Mardi 
Gras Junior year. Electrocution 
Buftett after the sure thing Sub- 
zero beach party at Penn State 
Dream week in Tortola Philly W E 's, 
family truckster'' Coldest Mdy 18th 
in history Senior year Cdr, Cap- 
Gun Adjutant superior Cupcake 
Alone'' In the mountains Debonair 
in Detroit Brunch at the Hopkins 
club, Dahling? Two for three — head 
for the mountains!! "That was the 
stupidest thing I've ever done " 




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DONALD P. MAC NEIL 

Whitman, Massachusetts 
Ron, Mac 1st Day Plebe Summer 
"Hit the snooze" THE LETTER Omar, 
The Virgin of the Islands Froulein's 
Room in GERMANY. Fast Driving, 
and Slow Women Hotel Camaro 
Mr Tog Grumper Dog. Silent Gigo- 
lo Yogurt & Granolo A Whiffle' The 
Worst Weekend of your life! Dau- 
phin Island end the Far Away Eyes 
Which way to the beach'' Bird Legs 
Bernoulli MCDURICH The Brick 
S'udying in uniform Left at the Hil- 
ton in Pasadena. Taco Tuesday, 
the Day After. O-fer. Is that your 
father'' Sway HEad, BABS. Austria or 
there abouts Donnar Duck Stinky 
the sock By the Way, "We never 
did anything stupid " 



ROBERT C. MCSAVANEY 

O Fallon. Illinois 

Q-Balli For the first two years we 
weren't sure if he was one of us or a 
spy for the Admin Every roommate 
he had got kicked out until he met 
his match in Royal junior year. The 
radio switch and Larry Drinking 
wine on the ledge. The country 
squat on Holy WE. The get-rich- 
schemes of 2/c year Toga! Toga! 
Nissans are small, huh! The Trinity es- 
cape, Jenkins Hill "Who took my 
clothes''" "I've got to start chew- 
ing my food better." "My boyfriend 
is a heavyweight wrestler " Rats in 
the shower, buy low, sell high, Virgin 
Islands, cold spaghetti and hot An- 
dre' Who wins the personal mail 
contest "That was the stupidest 
thing I've ever done ' 



JAMES J. MEEHAN 

Broomall, Pennsylvania 
JJ, Handles, the Ham, Remember: 
1st Day Plebe Summer "Hit the 
snooze" SCHLEP ROCK (.76) Lovin' 
M & M. Brown Sugar When you 
were anchor man? D's & F's s — k! 
Chunky soup Taco Tuesday-the 
Day After Bonzo's bathroom spy 
Rubber Leg's Candle power Jen- 
kin's Hill A naked night in May Best 
shot on the H^O Polo team Leader 
of the annual Barry M sing-a-long 
The Groper "Semper Supply-us" 
The Fieldboll Bomar Army-Navy 
parties. Stinky the sock. Spring 
Break's And lots of other stuff Mo 
can't know aboutli By the way, 
"WE never did anything stupid " 



GREGORY E. MILLER 

Yorba Linda. California 
Those lucky enough to be in Port 
Battalion during Plebe summer sow 
"Simon" nearly choke Como. Ed- 
ney in his magic show After 2 yeors 
of college, Greg enlisted, attended 
NAPS, and finally made it to USNA. 
His ECA's include. Jump School, Re- 
con skills, marathons, and classical 
guitar Greg's laid-back academy 
life includes a Systems Eng degree, 
and A yrs on Var crew!" NPQ sto- 
tus switched his service selection 
from Marine Air to CEC (where 
Greg will pound the surf as a Sea- 
Bee!) We all know wherever Greg 
goes with his talents and determi- 
nation, he'll be a success God 
speed and good lucki 




BRIAN S. PAGEL 

Watertown. Wisconsin 
Hadji the left handed injuneer re- 
member. . sweat of the summer, 
St God's pet. Little Richard and the 
marbles The instigator, chasing girls 
you could never get, Dae and 
Hadji, Dae and Bonzo, Hadji and 
Jenny, Bonzo and Jenny Ronald 
McDonald on the island, and Patti 
the Plumber. Officer and a Gentle- 
man, Mexican standoff How do 
you spell — ? Hey Hadji catch this, 
yet! I go* to jump this weekend. 
Don't •" '■' toot, repainting 
Tim's.- ding the Rock- 

et, bu: ::','S The Trinity 

■"Nite Tram ' .?f the car 

Bonzl! I won- ' 'jrinel See 

you at the Ak 



MICHAEL B. PARKYN 

Anaheim. California 
HUEYHi, remember'' Forncois & the 
Malibu Mid, Skalbo and lax prac- 
tice, the Happy Buzzard, Gary, 
sleeping in it, the funnel, the 0815 
shadow, Happy. Gunn. Larry'' What 
would Paolo say now''" 3/C year 
brought the joy of retention to Mr 
161 How 'bout Pasadena, a differ- 
ent girl every other week'' Did you 
really want Keil for a relative'' 1/C 
detail and a nice glass of ice tea, 
so you thoughf Didn't you wonder 
why they hod lemons on their glass- 
es of JD'' How'd the ice cream 
taste'' Remember Thanksgiving 
Plebe Year and tell me who the real 
Marine is'' AMF, Chiang 



RICHARD J POWERS 

LaGrange. Illinois 

The time has finally come to leave 
Mother B and try living in the world 
of grown-ups It's been a four year 
struggle in aerospace, but now it's 
time to pack up the "pimpmobile 
with the genuine plastic woodgrain 
panelling" and move on to the 
wine, women, and windsurfing of 
P'cola, that is if he can live through 
his five month party, courtesy of 
NASA and the many women of 
DC , MD, and VA who will undoubt- 
edly assist him in this venture Re- 
member the sailing team's motto, 
that if it's not fun, you must not be 
doing it right May your future life in 
the Rockies of Colorado be totally 
awesome, stud! 



PATRICIA A. REEVES 

Normal. Illinois 

Tricia came to 6th by way of ttie 
Twin-Cities and she'll be sneokinj 
out of here (if they ever clear tie 
SBlii) The kind of girl both men one 
boys send flowers to from Char 
lie P to Uncle Jetty, even buz 
needs his T R Fix! D & B was restrict 
ing for this flog-twirler plebe yec 
yet rewarding with a sword an 
Flagline Copt as a firstie NASS pre 
vided her with some good stone 
(almost as good as P & P or Yip 
pee cruise ) We'll all remembc 
"There's no such thing as a Dum 
Blond" Good Luck and Godspeet 
Trie , From your not-so-blond-roc 
mies D -I- C' 



376 • CLASS OF 1986 



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WILLIAM V. WALLIN 

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 
BUK. the epitome of dry humor, 
came to us after a short stay in 
Newport and immediately began 
to fight the realm of seriousness He 
was the only man to hove his Com- 
pany Officer's picture m his cover. 
'Remember'' Do-Do. Bonzo. Happy, 
sleeping in the tram station in Eu- 
rope, bedtime stories with plebes. 
chasing jugs, politeness officer, 
Tanqueroy, borrowing Hop's Marine 
books, xmos lights in your car. going 
from Corps to surface line'' Look it 
up in the dictionary one more time, 
win yo^ AMF-Huey. Chiang and SED 







TIMOTHY C. ALLEN 

L umber f on. Texas 
Tim came to us after mistaking 
USNA for St John's and is still a little 
confused about the difference 
Never without a smile, a guitar, and 
a burning desire to find the ultimate 
redhead. Chen kept us all wonder- 
ing why he didn't transfer to Berke- 
ley, Whether he was writing anoth- 
er verse for his "Wednesday 
Evening/Hot for the Mote Blues" or 
a First Lieutenant Newsletter, Salty 's 
pencil never stayed still for long Af- 
ter 21 years of chasing reds. Tim 
made the one logical choice for 
service selection combating the 
■■Red Wave" with the Big Green 
Grunt Machine. He's ready for it. we 
just hope it's ready for him, - 
Catspaw 




MICHAEL S. ALTHOUSE 

Ypsilanti, Michigan 
Mike came to the Tool Shed 
preaching the Gospel of Bo. and 
left in cool kicks Being a Saint him- 
self, the C C's gospel led to a B-ball 
Regimental Championship, albeit a 
Hooded victory Meeting people at 
Steeplechase colorfully tested his 
intestinal fortitude A Serious math 
major. Mike could always be found 
studying the TV in the wardroom. 
Mike made his career choice (Navy 
Air) after extended tours at Trader 
Jon's and Rosie O'Grady's in P-cola. 
Always polite arKl respectful. Mike 
graced many^opposmg basketball 
teams with his charm and charis- 
ma— "We beg to differ" Who 
cares rf his wardrobe consisted OF 
Michigan T-shirts? GO BLUE! 
DME/JFM 



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ROGER T. ANDREAS 

Moorestown. New 
Jersey/Carrollton, Texas 
With a sense of purpose instilled by 
tils upbringing and tempered by his 
education at MMA, Roger came to 
USNA a step ahead of most others 
After hurdling the ax-board plebe 
year, his future looked promising It 
took two more years of moral ero- 
sion for Roger to join the elite in 
Smoke Hall, but he finally made it his 
first class year The Dant recog- 
nized onion-head's accomplish- 
ment with an all expenses paid stay 
at USNA Xmas and Springbreak He 
survived, exhibiting the traits that 
will make him on outstanding naval 
officer. Good luck Rog, To the Gib- 
sons, Bob D , and Dan H., I will al- 
ways remember you — THANKS 



JOSEPH H. BOENER 

Plymouth, Indiana 
Joe came to the Boat School from 
the backwoods town of Plymouth 
Known by his friends as "Bones." he 
immediately felt the shock of city 
life when a group of Firsties yelled in 
his face He then quickly settled into 
the routine around USNA by decid- 
ing that the best way to stay out of 
trouble was to not be around Thus 
evolved the "unseen Middy" of 7th 
CO. alias the running machine 
Youngster year brought a change 
of majors from Systems to Ocean- 
ography. This decision allowed him 
ample time to party hard on the 
weekends Bones, you're a heck-, 
ava guy and I wish you the best as 
you fly through the skies above EPP 




STEPHEN J. CASTRO 

Potomac. Maryland 
Talk about a guy who has it all a 
fiancee who worships the ground 
he walks on. a great family, and a 
hell of a roommate, Steve made it 
to the Boat School after a year at 
NAPS with a few weeks of "special 
attention" from the Firsties thrown 
in for good measure He has had 
the full Navy experience in that he 
changed his major, got engaged 
at the Ring Dance, and wore 3 
stripes the whole year. In the end 
he surprised everyone by selecting 
Marine Air, though the plebes didn't 
get his hair (when you least expect 
it, expect it). You've been a good 
roomie. Give 'em hell. Marine! SDK 



JOHN V. DE NUTO III 

Roclielle Park. New Jersey 
Schnozzer is the hardest and mo' 
efficient worker I've ever met. H 
doesn't waste a minute of the da 
(of course, by no means is racking 
waste). But, come Friday ofte 
noon, it's Miller Time (Rene, that is 
God forbid John buy Miller w/he 
Black Label is only $5 a case 
doubt that John will ever forget tt 
bad influence he and Jeff had c 
their roommates, those of us the 
left behind, or the wet sneeze c 
the Commodore's shoes. Best wis 
es to John forever, and to Rene 
she is the one to share his futur 
MHM 



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FRANKLIN B. DODDS 

Aberdeen. Mississippi 

Franklin Bond Dodds came to us 

straight from that great southern 

I state. Mississippi Far from being a 
hick, Frank possessed an uncanny 
instinct for having fun As a stalwart 
member of the Rock and Roll room. 
Frank was a regular recipient of 
"Boys. Boys, Boys" speeches Spring 

j Break in Lauderdale. Frank awed us 
all by doing more damage (to him- 

I self, that IS) than was thought hu- 
manly possible Frank should fit in 
well as an NFO. since he's already 

i too cool for school Besides, who 
con forget his flawless navigation in 

I California'' Fly high, Frank, wish i 

' could be with ya' - T L 



OAVID M. ENGLISH 

Brook field, Ohio 

Big Dave (and we mean big) came 
to Navy with dreams of hoops in his 
head Well, he had to settle for a 
Company Regimental Champion- 
ship firstie year The four years 
weren't a total loss though — 
George did get to sightsee at a 
few of the local museums He 
should have been an Architecture 
major — he sure knows his facades' 
After dreams of Aerospace and 
Navy Pilot fell by the wayside, he 
went general (sooner or later ) 
and green (a surprise to us all) We'll 
all miss Dave, but LT Byng will be 
relieved — the food budget can 
now be cut drastically GO BUCKSi 
MSA & JFM 



JOHN P. HEATHERINGTON 

Raleigh. North Carolina 
When we thought of the Wild Man 
of the bunch, it was JP The week- 
end was crazy as long as he was 
around No matter what we did or 
how drunk we got. JP always end- 
ed up with a woman He said it was 
his sense of humor, but we all knew 
what it really was. Youngster year 
he was in his prime, in the rock and 
roll room, and in Pasadena JP be- 
came a 2/c in rank, but like the rest 
of us he never grew up He was 
having too much fun. although 
most of the time he never knew it 
1/c year brought extra duties and 
on extra night of scrumpin' The lat- 
ter took most of his time Party Up 
and take it hard Johnny 



JEFFREY T. HUDGENS 

Tafi. California 

"Smudgens " didn't have a good 
time his four years at the Academy 
His life was filled with one disaster 
after another 4/c year he was an 
honorary member of the Square 
Root Club 3/c year he played 
"Payton Place" with his room- 
mates 2/c year was another strug- 
gle to get decent grades, but he 
somehow managed to get the 
best looking date for the Ring 
Dance 1/c year all of his room- 
mates either got kicked out or put 
up and then he barely managed to 
get his choice at Service Selection. 
He saw He conquered He come. 




'lUIAM A. JONES 

oraonia. New York 
'iibur entered the academy as a 
''Stiess young man from NY 
3's leaving the same way Bill's 
■ve for his school was shown 3/C 
)ar when he smglehandedly re- 
rote the watch system Captain 
monger had an infatuation with 
>b Dylan. The Beatles. The Grate- 
Dead, and Gumby that will long 
> remembered If it hadn't been 
his "guitar and his pen." how 
5uid we ever have survived Fn- 
•ly nights 2/C year'' Sometimes I 
nk Wilbs never would have made 
I vithout his guitar and Kit Remem- 
I r Delaware. CA"? Well it's off to 
'5 Corps now Bill don't take the 
Nrines too seriously, no one else 
( es Good Luck Wilbur 



STEWART 0. KAHLER 

De Soto. Texas 

This former NAPS striper came to 
Canoe U with much experience (in 
sight-seeing, that is) to find out his 
leadership experience was not ap- 
preciated by his flaming 2/c Stew 
had the full Navy experience 
Though his Prussian life style and "no 
gray area" way of thinking have 
made his days at USNA interesting, 
he has always wound up right-JUST 
ASK HIMi On the playing field his red 
hair truly came out and as a Marine 
pilot I'm sure that he will put just as 
much fury and inspiration into his 
work Good luck. Stew USMC look 
out. here he comes OFRi SJC 



ANTHONY S. LABOA 

Leesville. Louisiana 
Tony was discarded at USNA by his 
parents (who left no forwarding ad- 
dress) after spending time in various 
ports of the world But we knew 
that he was just a good ol' southern 
boy - maybe TOO good His meta- 
morphosis began when he learned 
to satisfy his thirst (for life) in his own 
room The final tally of such actions 
included impersonating "a sea- 
bag with lips" and slam-dancing in 
California But he could always be 
depended upon to care for his true 
love (music) more than his girl- 
friends Don't burn 'em, blow 'em 
upi Thanks for being the ideal 
roommate and friend (even though 
you always were "too cool for 
school") 



JACK F. MACMILLAN, JR. 

Hickory, North Carolina 
Jack came to Navy from the so- 
called "Basketball Belt" in North 
Carolina We knew Smock had mis- 
placed loyalties when he squared 
his first corner with "Go to Hell. Car- 
olina" instead of "Beat Army ' He 
then spent the next four years 
complaining about Navy hoops, 
and making everyone who would 
listen sick of Duke basketball. Any- 
way. Jack's one of the "few good 
men" the Marines are looking for — 
but only if they can keep him from 
leading an assault on Chapel Hill! 
GO DEVILS! MSA 



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ROBERT A. MAUS 

Valhalla, New York 
Bob rode out of Valhalla, NY. on a 
two whieeler and he insisted it was 
the only way to travel Even a se- 
mester as company commander 
failed to make Bob conform to Ca- 
noe U's ideas. Bob, aliases Mau- 
shead and Refus, managed to stay 
one of the few, the proud, the Aero 
majors, even though not green Af- 
ter flings of fancy into most of the 
service selections, Rufus decided 
on the SEALS who cringed but tool< 
him anyway. We are all sure that 
Bob will still be able to find some- 
thing to laugh at during BUDS Seri- 
ously, good luck to a good friend 
JHB- 



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STEVE J. McPHILLIPS 

Elkhorn. Nebraska 
Steve is an avid Nebraska Corn- 
husker fan it's always "Big Red" this 
and "Big Red" that He even went 
so far as to get the Chickenpox just 
so he could really "wear" red. He 
was a devoted acodemist He had 
on HP-41C before he came to the 
Academy and a guaranteed Mas- 
ters degree when he left. He gradu- 
ated in the top 20 of his class His 
studies left him little time for party- 
ing and hell-raising, which he wasn't 
interested in anyway, but he man- 
aged to have a good time and 
good grades. 



BRIAN J. O'MALLEY 

Aurora, Illinois 

Hailing from a military high school, 
this academy stuff was nothing 
new to Brian. He arrived with springs 
in his feet and his talented legs soon 
proved on Invaluable asset to the 
track team After tearing up the 
long jump pit for three years, no 
one was more qualified to assume 
the role of team captain. Never 
one for glory, Brian is a quiet 
achiever and meets with success in 
all fields of endeavor Although a 
consummate practical joker, one 
couldn't ask for a better roommate 
or friend than B J. He'll undoubtedly 
make a superb naval aviator, even 
if he does turn out to be o P-3 pilot 



EUGENE P. POTENTE 

San Diego. California 
Eugene came to us from the city of 
sunny Son Diego Known by his 
peers as "HUGE," he knew he 
would have difficulty coping with 
the freezing weather of USNA so he 
became very attached to his long- 
johns Huge was an embodiment of 
the phrase "gouge hound" If any 
gouge existed, you'd bet this "re- 
con major" would find it! Huge was 
also known for his taste in good loo- 
kin oriental ladies, his tilipino ward- 
room contacts, and his noncompli- 
ance to rigid USNA hair regs Huge, 
you're gonna be a big hit as a 
"SWO Daddy"! Oh, one last thing. 
Huge asked me to deliver this very 
special message "Pap, Mama. 
Kuya, & Betsy this is for youli" JHB 




RONALD T. SCHRECKENGOST 

South San Francisco, California 
"DANTE" came to the Boat School 
via the Worth /American Party 
Sbhool and the land of fruits and 
nuts. His was a 5 year journey with- 
out a dull moment: Plebe and 
Youngster years were constantly 
filled with fear of the Axe Board 
Second Class year saw 7 girlfriends 
and Roxonne! First Class year saw 
an engagement ring and a HO, HO, 
HO. Good luck to you Ron, nobody 
ever fought it or wanted it more 
than V ijr friends will never 

forger nil & the "Corps" 

isgettir j-unt. Good Luck 

to You ano ;;oxGr.ne. "The Road Is 
Long So Always Keep Plenty Of 
Beers On Hand. " (S S.F. H.S. 1980) 



RODNEY D. SGRIGNOLI 

t^echanicsburg, Pennsylvania 
The newest member of Seven, 
Sgrigs hails from the booming me- 
tropolis of Mechanicsburg by way 
of the Med. Two years of making 
the long trip downstairs from 15 
convinced Rod to move in with us 
A natural genius. Rod spent a year 
suntanning off the coast of Mar- 
seille with the Rest and Relaxation 
program, then promptly took over 
as Seven's salty subcommander. 
Sgrigs majored in EE and extensive 
Roadtrips to see the future Mrs. 
Sgrigs, USMC, a former Seven Sea- 
dog herself. Rod can sing, dance, 
and act (talents which will make 
him a great Presidential Aide some- 
day), and has written his own musi- 
cal. -Chen 



MITCHELL K.R. TURNER 

Vernon, New Jersey 
The most important change in 
Mitch's life happened plebe year 
— coming to know Jesus Christ In- 
stead of studying, Mitch spent his 
time putting together movement 
orders for the Officers' Christian Fel- 
lowship. He found friends, fun, and 
his fiance' in OCF. Known by his 
classmates as a "Wolf," Mitch free- 
ly admitted that his 2 goals at USNA 
were to find a female mid and 
have a June-week wedding He 
was successful at both! Another 
feat was Mitch's success in tearing 
out the mast of his knockabout in 
the first Intramural collision-at-sea 
Mitch can't say what his job will in- 
volve, since he went Crypto. 



CLEON A. WALDEN 

Cedar Hill, Texas 

When one thinks of Cleon, the fir; 
thing that comes to mind is an m 
credible stereo system Most of l 
are satisfied by sound that fills thi 
room, but Cleon was not happy ur 
til his 750 watt per channel syster 
could be heard on the Michelsor 
Chauvenet terrace Cleon was a 
ways seen snacking on somethinc 
He loved sunflower seeds and lice 
rice, and he always had a coupl 
pounds of Gummy Bears on suppi' 
To Cleon's future acquaintances 
give this advice don't cross pat' 
with him until he has been awal< 
for at least an hour. 



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THOMAS J. WALSH 

Milton. Massachusetts 
Massachusetts did not realize what 
a wild-man they shipped off to An- 
napolis, but it did not take us long 
to find out After a spring break m 
Ft. L. (looking at me now''), run-rr 
with an Iranian cabdriver. and a; 
sorted upperclass. Tom found hir 
self moving from thirteenth to se. 
enth CO Tom played baseba 
plebe year but found his true calling 
on the rugby field Never one to let 
ocodemics interfere with entertain- 
Tient. Tom could be counted on to 
produce good movies for study 
nour (thanks L.S), The Marine Corps 
IS getting a good man Best of luck 
Tom To my family and friends back 
home- thanks for the suppor* 



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EPHEN C. WISOTZKI 

'I'son Park, Pennsylvania 
eve came to Canoe U out of 
3h school ready to set the world 
' fire only to find out that his firsties 
Id ttie same idea, only they want- 
3 to stort with him otter Steve 
:ode the comment to one of 
■em that they do not rate "snow- 
■Jiimg" the plebe rooms Through 
s years. Steve has earned the re- 
ect of his ckassmates not only fc 
nse of hunrtor and othletic ability 
■ for his common sense as well 
3ve is ttie one man always ready 
prooft'ead a paper, make a 
'?erage run. catch some quick 
I :k. arxj pull an all-nighter all in the 
:Tie night as well as in thie same 
I Kith Good luck Steve on the 
'ly to meeting all challenges 
"«ch ie ahead 



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MICHAEL D. AMEOICK 

Pennsauken, New Jersey 
Plebe- Early to bed. reads his Bible, 
he always knows his rotes. Ame- 
dick, also known as "I." Yells out the 
window. "I love it here sirl" Young- 
ster-still reads his BiWe-goes to bed 
knter-after talking with classmates 
Some token studying. It's not that 
he does not study much, the EE ma- 
jor studies constontly. Is known to 
wake from a dead sleep to finish 
homework All 4 years consistently 
reads Bible and is as consistent at 
writing to Amy of that unique rela- 
tionship. Michael Andretti acquired 
a Chevette to get to his first ship- 
Good sailing Mike 




DAVID J. BURKE 

Prescott, Arizona 

Arriving from Arizona shy and kJeol- 
istic, Dave became the most prac- 
tical of us all He let his pants out 
halfway through his last year to al- 
low for the weight he would gain on 
his sub To Dove, however, there is 
much more than his pants. As a 
football manager, he made his un- 
derworld connections and became 
a reliable source of everything from 
tape to turfs. If Dave couldn't get 
you something, no one could, 
Dave, the dedicated scientist. 
proved to us all that grades are 
proportional to the amount of sleep 
one gets To us Dave will always be 
a great guitarist and good friend. 
Good Luck, ESW 



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JOHN W. CASrr^OLL, III 

Houston. Texas 

Jake, out of Houston, originally re- 
cruited for water polo, opted for 
football and to groove. Known as 
the man with a chit for every evolu- 
tion. Jake and his silver tongue 
made it with limited work (knock on 
wood). Jake was the definition of 
mill with such accomplishments as 
the ADM Mack Award, straight up 
gouge, and the best of Jerry's kids 
He not only managed to taunt op- 
posing players, but stadiums full of 
fans as well Brey. Clouse. S. and 
Jake established themselves as civs 
in uni, Nug. Bu-Bu, Holly, Philly. Irb & 
CO . I'll rap Jake will be remem- 
bered as the notorious 5 "G" man, 
Navyl There's woodwork to be 
done 




SEAN M. CONNORS 

Bowie. Maryland 

Sean came to us a hearty and ro- 
bust 250 lbs Bound for the football 
team, plebe year took its toll, as his 
250 lbs of bulk had dwindled to a 
slim 200 After Sean left his high 
school sweatheart, he soon be- 
came a lady's man known through- 
out the academy. Sean's adven- 
tures led him to the Bahama's, 
there, Sean learned the perils of 
older women. College has been 
great to Sean, but Thurs night was 
the wrong night to party. His friends 
will never forget him. as he is one of 
the best. Take Care and God Bless 
ERK 





JAY B. GROUSE, III 

Palatka. Florida 

J B arrived at USNA with a Rebel 
flag under one arm and a Marine 
Corps flag under the other He 
planned to be a Systems Engineer, 
complete with stars. Well, one out 
of two ain't bad Over the years he 
rose to command USNA's Silent Drill 
Team Second Class year Joy met 
Robin and soon became interested 
in another ring besides his class ring, 
JB had a way with plebes-they 
were always willing to "bend over 
backwards" tor him J B is Marine 
Corps bound, of course, where he 
should hove a bright future Good 
luck and Godspeed CEW 




ANDREW A. CYR 

Winslow. Maine 

Well, Mongo of the Dahlgren \c 
Palace has finally made it. From tri 
Snail night at NAPS to the Dohlgre 
girls at the disco, cheap beer is si 
beer Maine has never been th 
same since the Mameiac left The 
again Navy Hockey will never b 
the same either Medical shou 
give out more neck braces Rigl 
Luce? Yet what more could 
French Canadian lumberjack wai 
than a few weekends, a car th' 
runs, and a degree'' 



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E. FLEETWOOD DUNSTAN III 

Charlottesville. Virginia 
Woody's father had one piece of 
advice on 1-Day '82 "Remember, 
Woody." he said, "ask lots of ques- 
tions " Enough said Woody attend- 
ed Exeter, and from this he was 
able to Introduce the Academy to 
txjwties and plaid. He majored in 
I history while minoring in Chem. and 
lEE, spending remedial time In each, 
' met Woody In plebe crew, he 
;--oked the first boat Many of us 
. now his girlfriend, Gussie, who 
played no minor role in his acade- 
my days. Woody's first billet is 
aboard the battleship New Jersey, 
q fitting ship for a surface warrior 
See you in the Fleet, Dunstan, and 
good luck. CAB 



BRETT M. FEINSTEIN 

Bolingbrook. Illinois 
Brett arrived at Navy from the heart 
of America not really knowing what 
to expect Needless to say, he suf- 
fered from culture shock for most of 
Plebe Summer He handled it well 
though, usually by laughing at co- 
mearounds or at meal This brought 
him much praise for much of the 
summer and into ac year He man- 
aged to survive the initial attention 
and went on to be a Mech E Al- 
though fluids was not a favorite of 
Brett's, he demonstrated all he 
learned to the fireplace at the 
Ram's Head The IROC he got 1/c 
year got him out of the halls After 3 
years of rooming together, I have 
to wish Brett the best of luck RT 



SCOTT GOODWIN 

Ct)ester. New Jersey 
Goody came to the Naval Acade- 
my from Chester, New Jersey 
Goody was unique in the fact that 
he was the only member of the 
company to re-enroll in USNA dur- 
ing his junior year He revolutionized 
studying youngster year by proving 
you can do anything in the rack 
Including mo-boards and Nov 
charts. Youngster year also brought 
the "Hotel" and the axe handle 
vendetta It was always economi- 
cal to go to G-town with Goody 
because he would buy the drinks 
and guarantee you his own person- 
al parking spot. Thanks for great 
times and the Princeton road trips 
Have fun in Mayport and Good 
Luck in the NAV MM 



PATRICK D.R. GRANDELLI 

Cicero. New York 
Pat's trek from Cicero to the Naval 
Academy was unique In that he 
knew what he wanted. To be a Sur- 
face Warrior was his desire He 
sailed lasers for 4 years on the din- 
ghy team, earning his letter through 
perseverance rather than talent. 
Pat was also a hardworking ocean 
engineer whose late nights proved 
fatal In staying awake In class De- 
spite some opposition. Pat stuck to 
his Ideals even If it was not a popu- 
lar move Pat chose the sun and 
surf of San Diego to start his Surface 
Navy life. We won't miss Pat's loud 
voice and smelly wetsult but we will 
miss his peppy, cheerful manner. 
Best of luck. Pa* ECW 




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I.NIEL I. GRUTA 

. T Dtego, California 
Vio's the man who knows he can'' 
Cn "Groots" Gruta, that's who 
6 n in the Philippines. Dan traveled 
tithe US and became an Ameri- 
c -1 citizen to fulfill his dream of be- 
c'Tiing a Navy Pilot Dan's first stop 
cthe rood to Navy Air was NAPS, 
•■Newport. Rt His four years here 
vre spent singing in the Catholic 
ODir and for Eighth Company 
>i3n his incredible voice was re- 
cssted by the upperclass Later. 
C 1 spent his summer back in the 
P ppines with the Philippine Navy 
FOREX cruise It was great to 
b homel Dan will now fulfill his 
d ams of flying at Pensacola into 
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ANTHONY F. ISTVAN 

Colorado Springs. Colorado 
Tony Introduced himself to USNA as 
the dude from the Springs with the 
ever-faithfui girlfriend and a passion 
for sweethouse bass licks. The com- 
pany's Miami-Vice swinger, one 
babe wasn't enough for Tony So 
he embarked on a rampage of 
parties. Porsches, and pretty girls 
Only one community fit Tony's 
outa' control lifestyle, so he's taking 
off to be a jet jocky, after he 
leaves his mark at UM (Like the blue 
paint on some guy's bumper) We 
know that you're one dude we'll 
never forget May the Force be 
with you and "the Man Who Knows 
He Can" never your wingman Best 
of luck. ESW. JDS 



STEVEN P. JONES 

Glen Burnie, Maryland 
Steve wants to be remembered for 
one thing, or rather, one person 
Donna. "Spones" and Donna be- 
came known for their PDA in front of 
the Chapel over Plebe Summer. 
Through frequent parties, Steve has 
kindly shared his nearby Glen Burnie 
home with his company mates. 
"Jonesy" roughed it in EE for three 
weeks before switching to Math 
Now he gets his sleep Steve kept a 
good attitude and grinned or slept 
his way through hard times. Steve 
was known for considering every 
possible service selection, including 
Air Force Surprisingly he chose the 
Marines Good luck to you and 
Donna In the Crops. Steve. EFD III 



ERIC R. KYLE 

Colorado Springs. Colorado 
Whenever Eric wasn't racking his 
brain on the computer, staying up 
late or making noises, he was busy 
earning himself numerous nick- 
names such as EK. SNAP. OK. CRO- 
QUET, LEFT FULL, and many others 
Known as the merchant, you could 
always "bank" on EK making more 
than his share of poor sales deci- 
sions OK's escapades took him to 
the Bahamas with young girls, Balti- 
more with huge hulks, the Vous with 
not much sense, and Smoke Hall 
with his best uniforms Spending 4 
years In Bowie, Eric is moving on to 
be a Warrior In So Cat Eric, you'll 
always be one of the family The 
best of luck I 



8TH COMPANY . 383 



LANCE O. LOEPKE 

Sumner. Vjoshington 
Amidst heavy metal rock 'n roll and 
nonstop partying. Lance emerged 
from a small town in Wash. A quiet 
and laid-back person. Lance made 
many friends quickly during his initia- 
tion into Navy From under the 
bridge to the parking garage to a 
box of wine. Lucky was always 
ready for a good time. Then he met 
Lane and his life calmed down. 
Seeing Lance was rare and his 
times with the boys were few, with 
good reason During the quiet 
years. Lance excelled in Poly-Sci 
with his efforts earning him a trip to 
Spain. Lance, ol buddy, we have 
had four great years together and 
you hove been a good friend 
Good luck to you and Lane SZ 



PETER S. LYNCH 

Thousand Oaks. California 
Pete originally came to the Acade- 
my with visions of the big green ma- 
chine dancing in his head or, rather 
his eyes Four years of Navy was 
enough to convince Pete that five 
in the Corp wasn't for him Looking 
for an alternative, he decided to 
keep with his interest in engineering 
and said "Hello" to CEC Ever the 
outspoken and easy going Califor 
man, Pete has left his mark up oni^ 
down the East Coast with o few 
families, a number of bars, a certain 
Ford dealer, and too many women 
to recall He's now more than ready 
to return to sunny LA for his first tour, 
and we all wish him the best of luck 
JDS 



EIGHTH COMPANY 



THOMAS A. MARBOIS 

Tampa. Florida 

Tom is a friend who shows up when 
you most need him, even when you 
don't realize your need, he re- 
moves the Dark from the "Dork 
Ages" and lives the prophet's 
edict. "And let your best be for 
your friend. If he must know the ebb 
of your tide, let him know its flood 
also. For what is your friend that you 
seek him with hours to kill? Seek him 
with hours to live When you part 
from your friend grieve not, for 
what you iove most in him may be 
clearer fro'-^ the plain." He is "A fel- 
low of infi- .'e ,est; excellent fancy I 
knew hin-' well " God be with you 
always. Tom WGD 



CARL A. MATSON 

Wyalusing, Pennsylvania 
Carl comes from a little hick town 
that had never heard of the Naval 
Academy before he came here, 
and, for that matter, neither hod 
he! As a Plebe, Carl could be found 
roaming the streets on weekends, 
visiting all of the local bars Once he 
got so bad, that he lost his cover It 
happened to turn up in someone's 
garage after that person caught a 
Mid and his girl enjoying their priva- 
cy, Carl says that he wasn't the 
one, but we know better In more 
recent years, he just sits back and 
watches the world go by, waiting 
for Graduation. 



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GUY R. MEIGS 

Danville, New Hampshire 
Guy "Ernie" Meigs came to USNA 
from the thriving metropolis of Dan- 
ville N H He always had a smile on 
his face even when everything was 
caving in around him He'll never 
forget the Pennsylvania 5000. end 
of semester leave in smoke Hall, 
Swedish models in Boston, the Polish 
Cherry, Jerry's kids. C-'141's, the 
Pats in Superbowl XX. or the D & B 
MO's which were the high and low 
Doints of our 4 years! His aspirations 
ot Comp Sci quickly changed to 
Moth Approaching graduation, his 
.vallet wonted Nuke power, but he 
.vonted USfvIC To a best friend, I 
.v'Sh the best of luck Keep smilin'' 



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MAHHEW N. MILLER 

Shelbyville, Indiana 
Norm came to USNA from the great 
Midwest with an undying love for 
everything Hoosier, especially I. U. 
basketball, Bobby Knight, John 
Cougar and Larry Bird Equipped 
with a great sense of humor and a 
quick wit. he swiftly established him- 
self as a premier storyteller Always 
ready for a good time. Norm has 
provided us with some classic per- 
formances, most notobly 2 for 7 
night Along with his prized posses- 
sion, the green Monte, he was the 
driving force behind many a road 
trip. Long a dedicated surface liner. 
Norm opted to take his distinctive 
lifestyle to sunny Southern Cal 
Good Luck I RPf? 



MICHAEL K. NAHOOPII 

Honolulu. Hawaii 

Mike, known famously throughout 
the brigade as "pineapple." came 
to Annapolis from Honolulu, Hawaii. 
He spent most of his spare time with 
the D & B, and enjoys playing the 
cymbals. He has always found it dif- 
ficult to find a clear space to sit, 
due to the vast recreational ware- 
house he keeps in his room. His toys 
include a surf board, snow board, 
skate board, and a supply of stereo 
equipment courtesy of Adm, 
McKee As one of the founders of 
"Team Xerox." he amazed every- 
one by graduating as an Electrical 
Engineer, which cost him to have 
less weekends than the plebes do 
He will now be joining the Silent Ser- 
vice and we wish him the best of 
luck 



KEVIN J. PRUSSO 

Warrington, Pennsylvania 
From the first, he was tough There 
was the plebe summer boxing 
smoker when Kevin's gutsy win got 
us our first taste of carry-on There 
was youngster sailing cruise-even 
the officers were sick but Kevin was 
still smiling Kevin approaches ev- 
erything he does with an infectious 
good spirit and total commitment 
His commitment to God and to 
helping other people have left 
marks on guys that will be with 
them forever If Kevin flys jets like he 
drives cars. Navy air is getting one 
great pilot They're definitely get- 
ting one great guy God be with 
you, Kevin 




!AYMOND P. RAUS 

• uauDon Pennsylvania 
Vhen RP had to pick his major at 
he Academy, he opted for ME be- 
ause It was the closest thing Navy 
iffered to automechamcs That's 
jst the way Ray is Give him a Mus- 
ang with a good tape deck, a 
ase of Rolling Rock, and a free 
and at MacDonaids. and he's in 
eaven if anyone ever wondered 
j'here he got it. his parents' tail- 
aters provided the answer as 
|00d food, good talk, and cheap 
ieer abounded Luckily for Ray. his 
petabolism and natural athletic 
]bility more than matched his op- 
|etites Unswayed by the nuc bo- 
|js, RP chose surface line and 
puthern Cal where we all wish him 
'le best of luck jDS 



ERICH W. SAUERBREY 

Eastman, Georgia 
Brey came to USNA from the hick- 
town of Eastman. GA. Throughout 
his 4 years here, if he devoted as 
much time to studying as he did to 
devising regression, he would have 
a 4 3/c year, he became notori- 
ous throughout Annapolis with the 
"car stereo " caper, the Princeton 
Party, and dart games in the pub 
2/c year himself. Joke, and Clouse- 
brain turned into mid/Lieut's at 
dusk, with such escapades as 
Clarke's Superbowl Party, Kenny's 
party, tell me you want it . 
SMACK, and breakfast at FT L P D 
Brey will leave this place with not 
only good memories for himself, but 
for many, many other people 



JEFFREY O. SEMANCIK 

Merrimack, New Hampshire 
Like the rest of us simple folk, Jeff hit 
the Academy dazed and at least a 
little confused It didn't take long 
for Jeff to start taking off. and soon 
we all knew that he was going to 
take this place by storm, Skate-8 fit 
Jeff's leadership and lifestyle per- 
fectly as it has the rest of us From 
New London to Pensacola and nu- 
merous pubs in between, Jeff's 
loved his cold ones and enjoyed his 
music. Finishing tops in our class with 
overloads, restriction and Trident 
was no easy feat, but Jeff has nev- 
er been satisfied with anything less 
than excellence Thanks tor the 
laughs, the beers and the blind 
dates PSL 



MARK A. SWATLING 

Waterford. New York 
Mark brought his cool, unassuming 
personality from upstate New 'Vork 
to USNA with the intention of finding 
out what the military was all about 
He found the boys of 8th company 
Plebe year was spent successfully 
keeping out of trouble Youngster 
year found Mark on blind dates and 
with his illustrious sponsors And who 
could forget his "date" with Brooke 
Shields? Second class year began 
the 52.000 pushups in a year cam- 
paign First class year - volleyball 
captain, trips to see Jenni, and the 
service selection decision Subs 
won out over NFO and the Nucs ore 
lucky for it. Good Luck, Marki 



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RAYMOND TOLOMEO 

Hawthorne. New Jersey 
Ray "Tough Guy" Tolomeo bringing 
with him that natural Northern NJ 
charm "Calm, Cool, and Collect- 
ed " Ray was at home with the 
Navy uniform which matched his all 
black civilian wardrobe Eventually 
he traded those Navy uniforms for 
the Marine Green, but Ray's high 
grades and long hair made him on 
unusual Marine Ray did not waste 
any time studying, he was too busy 
driving to Debbie's house He did a 
lot of driving here too, since the yel- 
low Comoro was in Annapolis since 
youngster year Ray also spent time 
in the Chemistry labs, especially 
1/C year working on his project 
Ray. Good Luck in the Marine 
Corps, and as an NFC 



CHARLES E. WANSLEY 

Decatur, r^ississippi 
Coming from a small town in Missis- 
sippi, the Wans brought to Annapo- 
lis a smooth southern drawl and his 
own distinct sense of humor Two 
not quite "2,0 'n' Go" semesters 
gained him entrance to the broth- 
erhood of Phi-Sci, But Wans made 
up for this with his meteoric rise to 
responsibility among the Grey- 
hounds of the Severn, Youngster 
Year there were the Van Halen 
concert and the Hotel It was there 
that Wans relived his audition for 
the Texas Ctiainsaw Massacre- As a 
2/c, Wans has awarded for his wa- 
ter-balloon crowd control, much to 
the shock of a wet LT Always, the 
Wans was a great roommate and 
friend Good Luck Mr SWO SKI 



EDWARD C. WEBSTER 

Olympia. Washington 
Ed came proudly from Washington 
to USNA with a stop at NAPS He 
came for many reasons, but school 
wasn't really one of them Rather 
than be a Marine Eng,. he'd rather 
row or see Vicki, one of the local 
girls Well, that's what the Supe 
thought, though Ed's love of day- 
time naps influenced choosing his 
2nd major Still. 2 O's were never 
certain Web spent four spring- 
breaks rowing from Severn Beach, 
the last two as a lightweight, de- 
spite his famous appetite. Though 
he almost went Marines, he'll get his 
tan in sunny San Diego as a Surface 
Officer Good luck with everything, 
Web, PDRG 



DANIEL H. WHITE 

Falmouth. /Massachusetts 
Dubs skated into USNA from Cape 
Cod The only thing he brought be- 
sides his ice hockey skills was an ob- 
noxious Boston accent During his 
3/c year. Dubs' voice could be 
heard throughout the Halls yelling 
Fry Mel Also, Princeton and the FT L 
escapades led to his notoriety. 2/c 
year brought alot of self-abuse, IE, 
the Superbowl Party & DON'Ti in 
F,0 B's 1/c year Dubs became a 
Devo fan with such tunes as Let It 
Whip Dubs also had a high CUM of 
a7,0, 3,0 for himself & 2 for Brey 
and Joke I'll remember him as the 
best friend & roommate a guy 
could have and I'm sure our mentor 
would agree EWS 




ROBERT WILLIAMS 

Mobile. Alabama 

"Chuckle" or "Preacher" was born 
and raised in L A. (Lower Alabama) 
He came to the school on the bay 
by way of NAPS and was elected 
into Skate Eight, which became his 
second home. In Skate Eight he 
caught a rare disease. Profesious 
Midionidous. However, it became a 
blessing in disguise After hard work, 
Robert became a squad daddy 
and later reached the pinnacle of 
his midshipman career as 2ND Baft 
Sub-Daddy Upon graduation. Rob- 
ert will join the Marine Corps, where 
he hopes tc; pursue a career in 
Data Systems, One day I too will 
join him in the Corps Best of lucklH 
Trent 



EDWARD S. WOLSKI 

Reedville. Virginia 
"Ski" was a born leader who many 
times gave proof of his abilities at 
USNA, As a plebe, he was a key 
member of the Eastport Bridge 
Chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous. 
Youngster year saw Ed as one of 
the owners of the 5315 Rock 'n Roll 
Lounge, complete with bar and 
light show He also was the manag- 
er of the infamous Hotel and propri- 
etor of the Gordo Beer home brew- 
ery. Unfortunately, envy set in one 
semester when his roommates. 
Wans and Midn Y, were members 
of the EMBC Not to be outdone, Ed 
became a two time member of this 
elite group Now he's a flyboy and 
we all wish him the best in P'cola, 
CEW 



STEPHEN B. ZIKE 

Louisville. Kentucky 
8th CO will remember Steve as its 
greatest intramural athlete of all 
time. He led our sports teams to 
more color points than anyone else 
in history Steve had little trouble 
mastering the tough Systems ma- 
jor, as he was very dedicated to his 
studies-provided there wasn't any- 
thing good on tv Steve also like to 
play hard as was evidenced by his 
exploits at Hotel Wolski and his pic- 
nics under Eastport Bridge But alas, 
Steve stabilized when he fell for 
Goil-a hometown sweetheart. At 
any rate, Steve will be remem- 
bered most of all for being one 
heckuvo good friend. Good luck 
flying Navy jets. Steve — LDL 



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KEVIN R. BERLIN 

Dayton. Ohio 

Rudy V or Scooter came from the 
Buckeye State and hiad a rougher 
1st year than most (which squad?, 
karate on walls, hull #'s, and bur- 
dens at home), but he came out 
better for it Armed with a new ste- 
reo, Kev was in for a surprise from 
his new roomy. God settled the 
problems and they began to grow 
YP's and 'puters took up alot of 
time, but Kev found time for these 
memories Rez or Shadowfax, late 
night talks, Sci-Fi books. Hud, clock 
printouts, clean teeth. Cedar Hill, 
HP41CX, 2 spots on Geek row for 
less than $1000, and a car loan for 
a class ring and stereo. God bless 
you at SWOS and don't forget to 
set your alarm. Col, 3 17 EDH 



EUGENE H. BLACK 

Juneau, Alaska 

A well traveled navy man upon ar- 
rival, Cap'n. Black's Boat School 
Odyssey was distinguished. One to 
enjoy life's cream (toasts to C. 
navy soccer, Springsteen. Mother 
Nature, Super Beetles, tow tanks, 
paper airplanes, and SM005 origi- 
nals), Herbert tracked the "real" 
scientist (political) course between 
navigable hazards (Coach M., "re- 
quired" courses and 2-3/c year 
bullets) and welcome weekends 
(the Lawn, the Admiralty, , , , ) to 
well deserved stars and command. 
Special thanks to ProDev, the ES- 
TEEM, and the Chilean navy. We're 
proud to be your "people" and 
above all. your friends. Your calling 
awaits fair winds and following 
seas. 




FRANCIS CARDINALLI 

Carson City. Nevada 
Hailing from Carson City, Fran gave 
up her calling as a show girl to trav- 
el East to USNA for a couple of 
years Two years are now four and 
many memories later, Fran is on her 
way to Sigonella with CEC. Fran s 
family proved to be one of her 
claims to fame. Not many mids can 
compete with a father who's a bird 
watcher from a lounger-recliner. 
Grandma Siggies famous orange 
fudge, and a nun-aunt lovingly 
called the "hungry nun." In the 
years to come, if ever a tale is told 
of a woman who travels cross 
country stopping only at aerobics 
clubs, and consuming only oat- 
meal- realize you know her too- it's 
a FranimallMI 



CHRISTOPHER WALTER CASTELLI 

Oxen Hill. Maryland 
Kit-kat, alias Rodan, arrived at Navy 
via Naps, where he unfortunately 
terminated his lacrosse career Al- 
though most people will remember 
him as a true gentleman, Rodan will 
always be remembered for his ad- 
mirable gridiron play for Navy, the 
Japan Bowl, and the Lightweight 
Bowling Team However, some of us 
will also remember him for "mixing" 
in California, Tecon 51's, charity 
egg rolls, the 'Vous, ond, of course, 
his actions should anyone dare to 
get a fingerprint on Christine. The 
Marine Corps never found a more 
loyal, dedicated recruit than Stell: 
we wish you all the best life has to 
offer You deserve it. We'll see you 
on the dark side of the moon . . . 



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MICHAEL K. COCKEY 

5r • -jcnuesetts 

\. lor Luntzball could 

s* . ^nservative upbring- 

ing — so ne started out well at 
USNA Youngster year Mike 
stacked beer cans at ttie Ttirift and 
partook of annual tvlojo. His profes- 
sionalism saw him crowned "Honor- 
able 2/c Brigade Commander" 
(ttie 'Dant wouldn't quite make it 
official), 1/c year Mike was Com- 
pany Commander (Cuber's mis- 
take), and his classmates might 
have voted him in for another term 
(no offense, Herbie). Honestly, 
though, the only big head Mike's 
ever had was from a tough day as 
Baft, Offensive Lineman Good luck 
with Teri. I'll be proud to serve with 
you in subs — SDS 



AGNES L. CONNELLY 

Warren. Michigan 

THE AG PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE 

I used to jog, but the ice kept fall- 
ing out of my glass," 

YOU CAN NEVER 
, take too many P.E, tests." 

, , hove enough available credit" 
talk, smoke, or complain 
enough" 

"All civilized people 'do brunch'" 
"The summation of buns equals 0" 
"A good Navy deal never is." "La- 
dies who lunch need proper stem- 
wore," "Only in 9th Co can you 
get live, or be locked, boop. bitter 
or beal " 



W. SCOTT OUBOV 

Lawton. Oklahoma 
Slo came to NAVY to play golf or 
any other gome, anything not to 
study He managed to pick up a 
degree in gouge finding with a mi- 
nor in Aero Time spent not study- 
ing: Jim's House . , Mexican 
Booze Cruise . Morning Quarters 
. AC, north Captain of the 

Debating Team-Sword Drown 
The Shaft , , Toe Locksmith , BF 
Basketball , Ivan the Shooting 
Machine , Let's go running , Drill 
El from Cuber Nerf Pong , 

SLOBOV , , The Tape , , Tow Tank 
, - T,J.-CoCo Club , , , Mr Competa- 
tive , , , MAU Co-founder . Once 
a night Check -in AC south 
"Thanks. Jeff"- 2 for 7 Heavies 
, NFO , best for last , Debbie 
Time spent studying ''''•''> 



BARBARA E. DUNN ■' 

Falls Church. Virginia 
Barb faced the long years at USNA 
relying on her sense of humor, spirit. m 
and love of coffee to make it '- ., 
through the rougher times When .,' 

not sipping Java on 5-4. Bodybuild- 
ing Barb could be found in the 
weight room pumping iron and 
scoping on men. But it paid off I 
Barb is the owner of a powerlifting 
N-sweater. several bodybuilding 
trophies, and Steve When battling 
academics became too depress- 
ing. Barb used her creativity to spl- 
een up life. With her roommate as o 
cohort in crime. Barb stole under- 
wear during Army week and lured 
victims under mistletoe. These 4 
years Barb has been there to make 
us laugh, offer dieting tips, and give 
advice to the lovelorn Good luck 
Barb I 




BRIAN T. FOY 

Belle vue. Washington 
BT literally tripped into Crabtown 
First it was the Plebe summer track 
meet and then his numerous inci- 
dents during X-country runs BT 
managed an NV but really. Brian. 
25 58^ Too bad your knees went 
out and you had to SETTLE for row- 
ing backwards in a canoe Lech 
was another surprise Although I'll 
never understand why her letters 
went unopened. Then came Mr 
Pep "86" Navy hoops will never 
forget the FOGHORN and TONGUE 
cheers Never forget midnight am- 
bushes of insu'ts from Marine Intel 
Thanx for Do^g. the tanks, cookies 
and all the Mt Dews Best of luck 
and keep charg.ng Remember 
Nuke school won't ins' forever See 
you in Pearl. 



JAMES E. GOSNEY 

Danville. Virginia 

Jim left his childhood identity (Ja- 
mie) in the woods of southern Va 
to come of age here at Navy 
Plebe year left Jim struggling with 
perennial foe. academia 3/c year 
Jim developed an identity as 
"MORT" and spent frantic hours 
highlighting brigade bulletins and 
throwing burning trash cans off 5-4 
2/c year Jim's dream came true as 
he met the Admiral for a chat 
about academics. "Son. what do 
you do for fun''" As a 1/c Jim capi- 
talized on his conversational skills, 
ranging far into collegiate Va to 
practice them I'm sure he will 
range (even) further with the corps 
. , Marine or Medical? God Bless 
and good luck always EHB 



DANIEL C. GRIECO 

Arnold, Maryland 
Danno came to USNA from Adm 
Farragut Academy via the five 
year plan to get to P-Colo We be- 
came roommates outto necessity: 
no one else wanted us We took 
the hint, for all four years All he 
talked about was the Duster, since 
replaced with the GT-S His first love 
was the water, a true sailor before 
he arrived, he'll be that and more 
after grad The fun and battles will 
be remembered engineer or scien- 
tist, "flights" back from "Network" 
tastes in tunes, "look at that cutie" 
"What's Myrtle Beach anyway?' 
"Close the ' ' windows!" We'll file 
for "divorce" in May Greek - fly 
high and free, keep the GT-S under 
55. and success - foreveri CAL 



WILLIAM GREGORY HALL 

Torrance. California 
It was at the age of four when 
Lee Chill first read about the "Pa( 
Me-Habana," Jimmy V will be t 
ever grateful for these talents, r 
he wishes you could have be 
around to pull out that last ca 
Summertime will find Chill battle : 
the wolf and sprinkling "Cajun Sp 
kle" on dehydrated hot dogs in 
town , HAGO, Don't go dc 
there with that FIIGMAG attitui 
try to excell Maybe you can stt 
that Surface Action/Novtag grO 
in the Hawk Good luck Chill, d 
don't worry about losing that gd 
spot on Geek Row, they he? 
good parking spots in Q-town a 
Keep your sword razor sharp. 



388 • CLASS OF 1986 



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EDDIE D. HARRIS 

-" .•.---1 'exas 



-■"ling, fiis med 
the Cowboy 

.■.__■. - - - cs took Ed by 

surpfise ne was ine 1st official in- 
ductee into tfiat elite group of en- 
gineers, the Generals 3/c year 
Sod decided to commisston the 
Holy head up in Mem. Hall with Ed as 
a plonk owner Hall rat. WOG-9. 
Hud. tons of tunes, rumbles, and 
snow football ore the menxxies left 
oehind You have left an indelible 
mpfession on all of us Brother, may 
your motto always be "Adonai is 
Semper Fi" Coi 3 16 KRB 



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CHRISTOPHER A. LONG 

Ccver. Scu'n Carolina 
From the moment Chris arrived at 
Canoe U.. destiny placed him to be 
different Though temp suppressed 
during Ploobe summer, by mid 4/c 
year, the raging royol bouffant was 
in ful bloom and would remain so 
fof the next 4 unless placed tempo- 
rarily in "pro" mode Known tor his 
diverse musical enjoyments. 3/c 
year brought the ultimate stereo to 
USNA and Chills hearing loss "Chns 
wfiere did our window go?" What 
time Shiong didn't spend battling 
the ME Dept and the lor>g green 
table, he gave to the D & B. finally 
achieving that wen deserved solo. 
It's been great roomy. Take core of 
yourself & your bears, shy guy too! 
Easy on women and da'stang. ehl 
'I'he good times shall not be forgot- 
•en. All my hopes and wishes to the 
Dest 'ingineer. my good tnend 
DCG 




AMABA M. ISAZA 

yujrr-a C^'y. Panama 
prrxara came to Canoe U from the 
ooicai paradise of Panama— 
here anything bekDw 75 degrees 

FROSTY! How did you survive 
ese four yeors of Marylarid win- 
■fs' And wfxj con forget the good 
■nes?i West Pointers, popcorn 
'>ges. woitir^g for phone calls, arxj 
3ientir^'s Day flowers' Seriously. 
oms, I wish you all the best in 
"lotever you do Id say civilian 

^0% with no obigatkDn was the 
,'st service selection deal Too 
,>d ai of those billets were gone 

ien my number came up Never 
■ get yoLT buds Take an life gives 
•|U. and God bless. LCV 




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JAMES ROBERT MCNEAL 

Saiitorma 

-s from sunny So Cal 
ef stay at NAPS. Bo- 
rr.oc .-r.sce .1^ Annapots debut in 
27th CO But alas, there was no 
kjve kDst between him and his CO 
After rigorous "screerung" process. 
Bomac was appointed to the 
Academy's crock "project two- 
one" strike force, where his first orKi 
only mission was the infiltration of his 
present company Jim has spent his 
entire stay at Navy on a continuous 
quest for the cheapest bars and 
the best babes (or vice-verso), but 
we'll remember Jim as a man who 
had the guts to choSenge authority 
ond get burned almost every time 
Good luck in the 'Corps (Supply, 
that is)i HFM 



9TH COMPANY • 38Q 



WILLIAM R. MERZ 

San Diego. Ca '\" ■ j 
Breeze/Mertr •• came to us from 
La Jolla wiir( a peeling nose and 
Huarache sandals. He hit the deck 
plates running , . "you rate what 
you get away with," "appointment 
chair one" . Creative parking "my 
bumpers in the white" Creative 
sleeping hands high, "I didn't know 
I was going to be a rocket" 
Voted least likely to be a bubble- 
head Bill, Where's your ring'' 
Sports: Crew (be casual), golf, 
grand pnx driving . . ECA's Dela- 
ware sportsman. 2BT commando, 
iow Tank quals, reading stories, dip 
drinking, MAU club, Numbdans, Fri- 
day night skid marks at Marty's, de- 
cheezing, helping Tony beat up go- 
rillas , , Denise, Kim, Marty 

. . . the best came last , , 
SLO 



JEFFREY D. O'CONNELL 

Oak Brook. Illinois 

Jeff came to USNA looking for a 
good time, but decided to stay 
anyway We did have some good 
times: SWOCONELL , , O'BALL FAD 
, GERBIL , OTTER . J D Space 
Mountain/Morty Mid . G & T EGE 
, Most Improved Mid BF Basket- 
ball Mexican , , Hamster Joke . . 
Spider-hang . . UVA: Probate. .. "I'll 
meet you there . . What took you 
so long''" Numbdins . . , Feeding 
the gulls , Private Dancer . . . PI , . 
Bermuda "Hey, Irving" . . Tow 
Tank Arlington's Mailman , . 
"BREAD!" MAU "Whatchama- 
callit" Tailgaters PJO "Let's 
go, Fheads!" . 3rd Edition . City 
Docks - Clearwater Liquordale 
Perth Zip Gun , ZBT Door Jamb 
, AC F's Crush EMBC The 
Tape Comforter After all. pretty 
good times SLO 



SCOTT D. RICHARDSON 

Bremerton, Washington 
Scott arrived with the ambition of 
becoming a nuclear power officer, 
but on how to get there, and 
through here, he didn't have a clue 
Sometime during our plebe year he 
realized academics were the key, 
and to relieving him of this delusion I 
dedicated myself. Progress was 
made after he returned from Air 
Force, and since then the number 
of conquests he has made over the 
opposite sex con only be described 
as remarkable The great times 
we've hod, the problems we 
solved, and the goals we reached 
together make for what is truly a 
life-long friendship Best wishes 



SILVIA M. RIVADENEIRA 

Miami Beach. Florida 
Miss Rio de Janiero wandered into 
USNA even further south than from 
this Brazilian city Born in Argentina, 
she has always been a stabilizing 
force for nine, hence her second 
nickname-St. Monica Throughout 
the years various characters have 
come to her for advice or maybe 
just a little Spanish gouge Howev- 
er, Miss Monique is not without 
scandals. Only her roommates and 
now everyone who reads this know 
about her after taps-before quar- 
ters road trips such as Ocean City 
Her latest vendetta is to try and 
make it back to the homeland dur- 
ing this time frame Cloud nine 
won't be the some without her P- 
Colo SBi 




ANTHONY P. ROBERTS 

Mishawaka. Indiana 
Tony came from Mishawaka. IN, so 
he had little insight into the Navy, 
being inspired only by Voyage to 
the Bottom of the Sea He soon be- 
came affectionately known as Ira, 
Fifi. The Emperor, or Little Fella Tony 
quickly established with the upper- 
class— "Don't call me sir, Tony " 
Youngster year Tony really began 
to cut loose— "Skole"- crash' 
"She's not too bad" , "She's 
looking at me," . . . Time for a beat- 
ing , , shaved legs Tow tank 
quals . . , Study break i Gimme- 
dat . . . Whe-i:.'eat Its broke 
Rip-Van-Robe'' J Funshine Bear 
. , See. so eosy \'J'J can do in 
sleep — like Robert; Numdin's 
1 06 Nuke . . Time for another 
beatingi 



PETER M. RODNITE 

Clearwater. Florida 
Pete arrived at USNA. parked his 
hog and traded in his Outlaws jack- 
et for SDBs Things were cool until he 
chose Comp Sci . but he picked 
the major Miscellaneous mangling 
SloPete Little Petey "Hey Willie, 
I'm from the dark side of the Bronx " 
"Ibba Day Abba Day, Buy the Buy, 
Gotta Catch the Bus" "Hey, Ir- 
vingi" Tijuana Squatmonster 
Paulo P-Cola Pig , Veronica 
Sheebo "What's on top of a 
house''" Morning Quarters 

Booze Cruise Penalty Periods 
VIP special 3rd Edition UVA 
Romeo AC-sleepmg behind the 
vending machines Spiderman 
The Lawn Numbdan's Navy Air 
. Skidmarking Diet Pepsi for 

breakfast in my shower 



STEVEN D. SKRABACZ 

Cicero. Illinois 

Steve arrived here from Cicero and 
began his 4 year episode of "in 
Search Of " Plebe year he 

searched to relate the theory of 
relativity to chow calls His comput- 
erized chow call list did just this 3/c 
yedr became "In Search Of" fe- 
male companionship He found lim- 
ited success on the Metro, with an 
elf's sister and at a retreat They all 
desired marriage to someone 
else 2/c year it was the perfection 
of the all night thermo lob ■l/c 
cruise he sought dry land and on 
English-speaking friend The Mech E 
Dept provided why "worm die" 
and ultimate truth Excitement was 
found with the Glee Club Knowl- 
edge will lead him to truth and Red 
October MKC 



TODD R. STANDARD 

Fes t us. Missouri 

Todd I'' The first thing that comes t 
mind IS his legendary prowess 
dealings with the opposite sex, I o 
ten wonder how the man's pan 
stay up after all the notches he he 
carved in his belt It's o good thir 
Todd got that letter in karate W 
knows when an unsuspected, ove 
ly possessive boyfriend might tu 
up in some dark alley Good time 
I'm sure Todd will never forget tt 
thoroughly enjoyable "vacation 
he spent at airborne and while vis 
ing the Royal Marine Commandoc 
But then I've heard most Marin 
get a kick out of eating bugs ai 
walking around with five pounds 
dirt coked on themselves Best 
luck and go for the gold (wings] 



390 • CLASS OF 1986 



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BREH A. STURKEN 

San Jose. California 
He's known as Billy Dee Sturken. the 
female heartbreaker The first 
words I heard him speak were 
"highly illogical that these 1/c con 
be so beal " Then four months later 
the man could be found face down 
reeking of mo jo Brett was always 
bothered by Damier, Mr Veeser. 
cjnd Major Imp This soon to be legal 
officer will find himself somewhat 
packed and locked by NL400 Door 
Coses and the like, but as long as 
he immediately hooks-up to that 
Mr Coffee dialysis filter machine, 
buys a ride (hitch-hiking with wife 
and crumbs looks real weak), and 
gets his boys at Prudential Bache to 
get him a real J. he should do just 
fine LINING JAW 



WASDE S. TROXELL 

Marc\ \e.i kc"« 

For Q yea' and a hoif he said noth- 
ing, too bad he hasn't stopped 
talking since Never forget your 
quotes. Hey Baby. Biscuit T's. Ski 
Puppies. Go Ugly Early, your roles. 
Mr Loud. Bruce. MAU COR., Tow- 
tank Rep . Your antics, spirit-mon- 
ster creator, ambusher. upholstery 
stainer. football KO, KTN. skidmark- 
ing. your attempts. Lab Rat, Be- 
linda. Three-Dog Night, your goals, 
USMC Armor, or your friends Too 
bad you only lived with your N- 
sweater, but never got to wear it. 
Say hello to the Russian spy. Gorsky 
Finally Gungeman. never forget 
Anne, the South won't always be so 
distant 



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ATRICIA E. TRUDELL 

w/ Valley. California 

nji resident Vol was destined for 

•jccess With such talents as con- 

DCting drinks, remembering words 

i) okd TV Jingles, and brewing java, 

•e Blendermaster became com- 

ixiy sub-commander with collat- 

01 duties as Dirt and Bleeding 

sorts O', plus PAO duties of inter- 

eting the life-style and eotmg 

Jbits of her roomie, the Green 

ocer Soon T also grew floppy 

ors ond buck teeth, collecting 

DMRATS from Wendy's salads 

:id giving new meaning to intra- 

.jrois at Body by Steve's All this as 

3 Hoiry One pined away in Japan. 

Siting for his CEC babe to force 

• ^ to climb Mt Fuji again Home is 

lere the heort is and port of me is 

■ 'r>g to Japan with Trish BED 



LISA C. VOEGELS 

Newport News. Virginia 
After a life of travel all over the 
world with Pops and the Air Force. 
Lisa decided to settle down at 
USNA to become a helo pilot Plebe 
year proved to be rather tough 
with her blond hair and green eyes 
attracting more attention than she 
would have liked, but Mom helped 
out with huge chow packages big 
enough to feed an army or its 
equivalent of seven hungry girl's 
Her keen wit and sparkling laugh 
made her a favorite with those 
needing a little boost A love of 
dancing, fun. and o determination 
to keep the fashion designers in 
business are at the core of her spirit 
Hey Chick I Good luck in Pensocolai 




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JESSE A. WILSON 

California. Maryland 
Bead's journey through Navy hasn't 
been easy he only got 3 ot his 4 
roonnmates booted. When he went 
wrestling with Ball and Durl and al- 
most got G's cold steel, we thought 
he was thru. His greatest trial was 
the loss of Cuber, his idol Remem- 
ber our trek thru the Superbowl 
frosf Mangling'' Beads was the 
fastest sword at Navy, Now that 
he's getting live (a k a underway) 
in the fleet, we all hope he raps 
something (anything!) Really, he 
may be the only one of us who had 
his game together -STURK 




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392 • CLASS OF 1986 







DANIEL K. BAGGETT 

Garden Grove. California 
Dan Baggett is a great person You 
just have to spend some time with 
him to figure out how he thinks So 
what if he is a pure math major, he 
loves it. Every question everyone 
else has is quite obvious to him. 
Since he had a clue everyone 
knew who to go for the gouge. He 
loves singing and dancing, reollyi 
As time went on, he became bold 
and tried out for one Masqueroders 
production and ttiree musicalsi He 
had the time of his life doing what 
he likes doing best, singing and 
dancing his life away He may ap- 
pear a little strange, but aren't we 
all'' Hey Dan, surface line mighty 
fine! CEJ 




J. FREDERICK BEVERLY 

Jacksonville. Florida 
Fred, oka Mr B S 86, a native fror 
Jax, lived on The Dead and Buffe 
when not cavorting during stuc 
hour "I'll never go out with a 
Nice try, Fred When not gettr 
the latest gossip, he was four 
drinking Iced Teas with the boy 
Where did our shoulder boards go 
for 7 nighf The hose room. Youm 
star year, a divorce, a reconcili' 
tion, and Firstie year togethe 
Good Times! Avid bassmaste 
coffee drinker, and writer. I 
dreaded Engineering Moth 
Ocean, he has heard your call 
as our plane-guard and scree 
CLC HSD WJK AMF! 



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CHRISTOPHER L. CAMPION 

Saint Paul. Minnesota 
Chris, the literary king of 10, started 
as diver/Aero major, but found 
the "malt woods" & Rams Head 
more fun He diverted his attention 
to blondes, novels, jets, cleaning his 
"in box" & using his MG as on acro- 
ibotic, off-road vehicle A Red Cor- 
|vette, more blondes, & Marine Air 
Iwere Chris's ambitions & he at- 
tained all 3 (despite chronic blind- 
ness) at the expense of his hair 
[Keep the rubber on the road, your 
ihead m the clouds, & your F-18 
jcleoner than your room Check six 
oali JFB HSD WJK ABS J(?R CSF AMP 



PAUL M. COSTELLO 

Millbrae. California 
Arriving tan and eager from Calif , 
Paul has been and will be a IVIan of 
the World Always on the move, he 
visited 10 countries on a "diplomat- 
ic" 1st Class cruise He is also a IVIan 
of Action Meaning, no job is too 
difficult, and no rule too stiff to 
bend to complete it During his four 
years he has served on the Brigade 
Honor Committee, DJ'ed the only 
likable show on WRNV, given his 
shoulder to NAVY RUGBY, added a 
second major, and never dated a 
brick The future holds a new San 
Diego-bosed destroyer, a life of 
dedicated bachelorhood, and a 
career of Naval service AMFi TJM 



DAVID P. DEWAELE 

St Paul. Minnesota 
Gramps came to Annapolis via the 
fleet and NAPS. Dave started at 
the top and was respected by all. 
3/C year found him on a first name 
basis with every bartender and 
waitress in town. During 2/C year 
he dug into his major, history. He 
played Guadalcanal with HAL 
Gramps also became known as the 
company mechanic On weekends 
he could be found fixing a certain 
someone's car out in town or 
wrecking a friend's car on a road 
trip 1/C year never found Dave, 
he showed up late on Service Se- 
lection night to pick Marine Air With 
the support of his co-pilot, Belinda, 
his future looks motivating AMF 
MKD, JKK, LSG, JJK 



MICHAEL K. DONIGAN 

Hamilton Square. New Jersey 
Mike showed up at the Academy 
ready to play soccer, but he was 
soon informed that he had to go 
through plebe year From day one. 
Mike was an aspiring Navy soccer 
star He always found time to study 
and party with the boys Mike was 
a firm believer in the Admin-Con- 
duct system and was constantly 
testing its limits This hobby helped 
Mike master the Smoke Hall Shuffle. 
Because of his major, math, he fre- 
quently worked with large numbers 
(i e 4000 & 5000) The boys wish 
Mike the best of luck in the future 
with everything he does AMF JKK. 
LSG. JJK. DPD 




IICHEAL A. DORKO 

naheinn. California 
'lis shy southern California boy had 
tie idea of what lay before him on 
i first trip eastward But Mike 
ought with him from the west a 
Diden touch which helped him 
JSily tackle most every challenge 
* quickly bloomed into on all- 
ound performer and conscien- 
)us leader Mike will be remem- 
,Ked for his long hours logged in 
e rack, but will always be 
onked for his wise counsel and 
Hingness to share his time with 
lers Mike's life is a wonderful re- 
ction of his strong faith and relo- 
nship with God through Jesus 
' inst. Thonks for your prayers and 
' w our best wishes for fair skies 



HAROLD S. DUNBRACK 

Sfrafliam. New Hampshire 
Biker, Juicer. Ayuh, Anduron- short 
stumpy man with (hic) My 3-yr. 
look alike roomie from the great 
white north who established his po- 
sition as M/ADM Harry's wrestling 
ended with a bad ankle, 3 deg 
burns, and the oc-inquisifion 3/c 
year The dusk to dawn eng club 
and the room that never sleeps 
damped Mr Hypo's day life as we 
sow his ability to sleep-anytime, 
anywherei Despite the Malt Woods 
and not running in the mud, Harry 
was catapulted into the C C. posi- 
tion 1/c yr Thanks for being a true 
friend, and may hanging bananas 
bring you eternal success Life is too 
short to dance with fat girls! BK II, 
CLC. AMF! 



C. SCOTT FRANKLIN 

Lakeland. Florida 

Scott came to us from Lakeland, 
via the prestigious Lakeland Yacht 
Club, where southern gentlemen 
are refined We traveled to Anti- 
gua, Nassau, Bajo, San Diego, and 
binged in Lauderdale Always the 
tease, from tossed cookie pictures, 
wild boat rides chasing Benji. to div- 
ing for dollars at J & L's pool. A sin- 
cere friend, it wouldn't have been 
the same without him How about 
the mutual friend in Rota? Jack says 
eat sushi and don't pay. Remem- 
ber, "Don't Let Your Dreamboat 
Turn Out to be a Footnote." See 
you in the Banana Republics in 30 
years or else AMF JFW QCA 



DANIEL C. GLEASON 

Kalamazoo. Mictiigan 
Hawk rolled into the Academy with 
the worst study habits of any In 
bed by 9 & up at 4 Dan's always in 
great shape Maybe that's why he 
is a "Physical" scientist His passion 
for carrots & apples was evident by 
the 1 or 2 bags always on hand. A 
remark overheard by a Nov Prof re- 
sulted in a 2 yr TAD to 10TH Co. 
Remember the good times: 3/c 
Springbreak. geekers at Ring 
Dance. Foodfight on 100's night. 
Skiing in BF. WVa with the guys & 
the "golden'' goose hunt Dan's a 
down fo earfhi guy. well liked by all. 
Always at home in the woods, he'll 
be a Great GRUNT VAIII!! 
NLGFOOH! "JTS & THE BOYS" 



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L. SCOTT GRIMM 

Fort Lauderaale. Florida 
Bruiser sailed up from Lauderdale 
His harsh plebe year consisted of 
continuous T-tables and weekend 
trips. 3/c year came and Scott re- 
vealed his secret to survival, his 
sponsors Many week nights, the 
jog was made. 2/c year came and 
several sightings of a 280Z were 
made (USNA 86). 1/c year he quit 
sailing to intensify his studies in the 
Society Scott had the knack for 
finding, starting, and finishing par- 
ties. He traded in his Datsun for a 
cooler on wheels Service Selection 
night, Scott picked Navy Air 
There's no doubt he'll be top notch 
Good luck in the future AMFi JKK, 
JJK, MKD 



JOEL A. HEDLUND 

Forked River, New Jersey 
Joel has grown and taken much 
"on board" since his first days of 
Plebe Summer If "all the world is a 
stage," Joel has certainly played 
very different roles during the two 
plebe summers in which he partici- 
pated His first one was tentative 
and lacked confidence, however, 
in his second one he displayed a 
strong confidence, if not arro- 
gance, and an unerring propensity 
for "re-organizing" fourth class 
rooms, Frankie-style During his lat- 
est excursion to the Fatherland, 
Joel "had" some new experiences 
Joel certainly exemplifies "the hon- 
orable midshipman" image as he 
tells "the truth" despite its occa- 
sionally jolting impact on others 
TJM 



CARLOS E. JIMENEZ 

Fort Wortt). Texas 
Carlos IS on easygoing, freewheel- 
ing kind of guy When he come to 
the Academy, he put his musical 
skills to work by joining the D&B and 
eventually becoming a staff mem- 
ber. When he wasn't on wild D&B 
trips, Carlos' Latin blood kept him 
busy, soaking up suds and social life 
in Philly, DC. and Georgetown, or 
at Hood and Goucher Colleges 
During youngster year, Carlos trad- 
ed the abstract, theoretical world 
of the "mathematician" for the 
concrete, down-to-earth world of 
the "scientist" Upon graduation, 
Carlos will finally reach his long-time 
goal of becoming a naval aviator 
and potential bearer of "The Right 
Stuff" 



J. KENNY KASPRZAK 

Brooklyn. New York 
Kenny come from the streets oi 
New York headed for NAPS one 
then on to the Academy He add-i 
ed "spark" to the Navy Basketbal' 
team, however, after several inci- 
dents on the court he found a lego, 
way to practice his hobby, in the 
boxing ring Kenny's talents also ex-, 
tended to the classroom where he 
earned a BS in Political Science 
Kenny's misunderstood politenes; 
during plebe summer helped pcvei 
the road to Smoke Hall for the res- 
et us Kenny is on All-Americcr 
friend, always the first to lend c 
hand Kenny chose to be a surface 
warrior. May you have the best o 
luck in the future MKD, LSG, JJK 
DPD, DCG. AMF 




JAMES J. KERN 

Canonsburg. Pennsylvania 
Strongman hailed from the steel 
mines of Pittsburgh Jim came 
ready to play football but after an 
injury decided to become a party 
animal instead Aero was not nec- 
essary for flight school so to ac- 
commodate his lifestyle he be- 
came member of 
society-General Engineering. Jim, 
never one to be short on friends, 
realized just how many he had 
when he brought his car back 
youngster year. Along with Ryan. 
he n-iOMCiged to organize many 
good wc fi;- - nht road trips. On Ser- 
vice Selec' : [Might, Jim chose to 
be a naval uv^ai ci and we are sure 
he'll be one of ihe best. Good Luck 
LSG. JKK, MKD, DPD, 



HONG C. KIM 

Aurora. Colorado 
"Mr Kim" hailed from Aurora. CO 
via NAPS, entered the Academy 
ready to defend his country and his 
way of life among other things 
Plebe year kept Jimmy busy, but he 
always managed to keep a smile 
on his face So for. he has tiptoed 
thru the conduct system un- 
scathed, unlike many of his peers 
Jim seldom turned down a chance 
to drink with "the boys." Also, his 
high performance mobile and driv- 
ing skills will never be forgotten by 
his riders. Service Selection was a 
coin flip ... fly friendly skies or chose 
girls in San Diego, CA, We knew 
he'd come to his senses (chase 
girls). Good luck and keep on smil- 
ing NGTFOOH 



WILLIAM J. KOPCHICK II 

Sewickley. Pennsylvania 
Willie, never to be mistaken for his 
roomie, wanted Cornell from day 1 
but the molt woods. Rams Head, 
late night card gomes in CIC mode 
in The Room That Never Sleeps, rid 
him of college apps Mr Sun-in at- 
tacked 150's for 2 yrs. but the dusk 
to dawn eng club, off road MG 
tests, an N-stor. and a bik T/A 
turned him into a careless 1/c De- 
spite selling his soul to subs for S. 
heiro's. and excessive coffee and 
tobacco. Wilhelm still earned Bott 
Cdr. Thanks tor the inspiration Bill. 
We wish you shadow zones, ther- 
mal layers, and critical stability. 
May you never exceed the tensile 
strength of HY-80. HSD CLC AMF! 



LAWRENCE DEREK KOUGH 

Arvada. Colorado | 

Diiing. Stroke, zzzzzzz. munch, z; 
stroke. "I'm sooo tired." munci 
"Why can't I get just one " ui 
Now. who might this ambiguo] 
string of sounds be describing'' ^; 
other than Lawrence, the swimmtj 
the polo player, the WU-woman kj 
er. future Naval Aviator Lowrenc 
has dedicated himself to aquoticl 
rack-antics, leaving some, but litt 
time for academics He has r 
mained an enigma to most 
"Mother B," however, those w 
know him understand what lui 
behind his deceptively unassumir 
demeanor. Those who are for 
note enough to call him "frien 
comprehend his self-less dedicate 
to frienship which will last a lifetirr 



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JAMES F. McANANLY 

Bnagewater. New Jersey 
Jim never needed to say much, 
mostly because he could simply let 
his performance speak for himself. 
A very gifted individual. Jim looked 
for, and eagerly accepted chal- 
lenges Jim proved to be an excel- 
lent leader, calmly handling prob- 
lem situations and always being 
conscientious of others Always will- 
ing to give, Jim gave his life to Jesus 
Christ after piebe year and has 
since continually grown in his walk 
with God As Jim moves on to dwell 
in the remotest parts of the sea, his 
friendship with those who knew him 
will be highly cherished, and God's 
presence will continually be with 
him 



TIMOTHY JAMES MCGARVEY 

San Jose. California 
Tim entered USNA from sunny Cali- 
fornia as quite a knowledgeable 
wonder The academy, and its En- 
glish Major, refined his already stylish 
yet traditional views into those of 
one of the best young officers it 
could produce Tim matured into a 
gentleman as well, and never let 
fashion or new music be of anything 
t>u/ major concern And if it was not 
enough to be a Regimental Striper, 
he actually possessed one of the 
most refreshing attitudes that the 
ocodemy has ever enjoyed. Those 
who were fortunate enough to be 
touched by it will always remember 
.... Not much sun under all of that 
water, however, hope that at least 
the neutrons will do you. LDK 




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JOHN R. RODRIGUEZ 

San Jose. California 
J(? came to us from the city by the 
bay hoping to carry on his high 
school athletic success. Although 
he tried them all, sports here just 
weren't the same, so he bought a 
board and hit the waves John 
studied hard, but never let it get in 
the way of lifting, watching movies, 
or sleeping Somewhere between 
surviving weekdays and disappear- 
ing on the weekends. JR decided 
China was the place to be. The 
NUC's had It in for John, but he de- 
cided he couldn't get any rays at 
•1200 ft under, so he chose NFO 
and IS headed for Tomcats. "So, 
Dude, ya goin'? " ABS AMF 



ALAN B. SHAFFER 

San Jose. California Compufers 
When Ai arrived that fateful day in 
July, sporting long hair, LEVIS 501 
jeans, and an OP T-shirt, it was hard 
to believe that he truly was a can- 
didate, and not a lead-guitahst 
kxjking for work For years. Alan re- 
mained a mystery He played ISO's 
football, had his own radio show; 
and kept pictures of Sandra all over 
his desk He even did Plebe Sum- 
meri C'mon AI, you can't fool us. 
Just look at his clothes, listen to the 
music he blasts, and hear the songs 
he sings This is where we found 
Alan whith his hand on the volume, 
his heart with Sandrd. and his eye 
on being the best F-14 RIO. JRR. 
"So. Dude, ya goin '' " AMF 



10TH COMPANY . 395 



WILLIAM M. SHEEDY 

Peekskiil, ^ew York 
Bill came to USNA from Peekskiil, NY 
via the Rochester Institute of Tech- 
notogv. He left his 'real' college ca- 
reer, including his fraternity (APO) 
to join the Navy. What a differ- 
ence. During Plebe year. Bill found 
his new passion-crew. At 5'4", he 
chose a career as coxswain. Be- 
sides, riding was more fun! 3/c 
year. Bill found his 'better half and 
spent free weekends climbing and 
camping 2/c year found Bill as a 
Naval Architect, rowing in a victori- 
ous coxswain four and baptizing his 
diamond and emerald creation at 
his second ring dance I missed your 
1/c year but best of luck in the Civil 
Engineering Corps ENS jg 



PAUL S. SNEDDON 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 
■Death rides a pale horse' Traveling 
the plains of life 'cross the mounts 
and voles The endless quest for 
those that welcome his release He 
smiles in the depths of despair 
greets with warmth the lost love 
The strong succumb to the power 
he sells Drown closer to the eternal 
end He rides the bonds of friend- 
ship masked but close to touch, dis- 
solving chains of trust Face him as 
you turn around and race forward 
A monkey's paw tied to your soul 
crying nevermore He holds out his 
hand to the dark corner, laughs, 
and rides on 




JOSEPH F. WALLIS 

Pensacola. Florida 
Joe, alias Poncho, Minimus, Free 
Lunch, and foremost Stump, was al- 
ways a rambler while at USNA, with 
numerous trips to Paradise including 
Antigua (get Benji-fied, Calypso 
Joel). Nassau & Cat Cay on Copt 
Dale's "Prestige" (toss those cook- 
ies!). Coconut Grove, Lauderdale, 
San Diego, and of course, J & L's 
Hotel. Always bent on stretching 
himself thin. Stump is noted for max 
output at minimum effort. A sincere 
and dependable friend, he will no 
doubt find his niche in the Corps 
Always remf.- 'oer Ponch, "Roll with 



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your hunch- 
whatever 
you in the 

years. CSF 



KARL J. ZINGHEIM 

Escondido. Cdlifornia 
Karl come to Annapolis from Escon- 
dido after the infamous NJROTC He 
majored in History— the history of 
the USS San Francisco— end min- 
ored in racking. ECA's included Res- 
trictus Rex and chief of the WUBA 
Gang He frequently prowled the 
halls in his "bear" feet, going 
"where no man has gone before" 
Karl and his best friend, HAL. usually 
spent weekends slamming down 
cold questionnaires He chose a 
shiny new LSD soon to be based in 
his home of Son Diego and does not 
believe that Naval Intelligence is a 
contradiction in terms. Good Luck 
DPD 




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ROBERT G. ACOSTA 

Pico Rivera. California 
Robbie IS one of those good guys 
who never really gets credit Com- 
ing up through NAPS, he has made 
his family very proud. The Marines 
ore lucky to get him ill always re- 
member him in his bright yellow 
Mustang with no speedometer or 
dash lights He was always involved 
in some hairbrained scheme rang- 
ing from throwing stars to Connis- 
sour Magazine (just because it 
ooked interesting) or some new 
devious way to kill off Matfs D & D 
character But most of all. I remem- 
cer a true friend who could be 
••jsted and depended upon no 
after what Good luck. Rob. it's 
reen great S M 



MATTHEW C. ASHLEY 

Ventura. California 
Matt's time at the Academy has 
been marked by continual enthusi- 
asm. During plebe summer he was 
known for leading cheers and en- 
couraging class mates, A voracious 
reader and frequent war-gamer. 
Matt still found time to breeze 
through the Aerospace major with 
a 3,5 and do writing for the plebe 
professional program A native of 
sunny California. Matt delighted 
passersby with a wide and very un- 
usual array of music (The Beach 
Boys and Blue Oyster Cult in one 
sitting?) Matt also found time on 
the side to do a little acting in the 
plays. Despite this. Matt will be con- 
demned to the life of a glowing sur- 
face skimmer 




JERRY A. CARPENTER 

Southern Pines. North Carolina 
Jerry came to USNA a nopster. hail- 
ing from Norlina via Groton, Being a 
Navy brat helped, so he was all 
squared away for plebe year. 
Youngster year proved tough with 
a Dear John in the fall Fortunately, 
he survived and has been going full 
speed ever since Jerry chose Aero 
as a major and has gotten many 
sleepless nights in return Luckily, his 
Z-car and Lady are there to com- 
fort him He also picked Marine Air 
(talk about a masochist) and is 
counting the days until Graduation 
and marriage Many trips to the 
weightroom has added bulk to his 
physique so he now rumbles like a 
pro Aarooggahl! Z,P Jr, 



RODNEY M. CHOI 

Hilo. Hawaii 

Frustrated at his efforts to remain 
awake through 8 semesters of edu- 
cation. Rodney applied his saved- 
up energy towards other endeav- 
ors at USNA Whether it was 
jumping from aircraft during sum- 
mer leave, going on midnight swims 
across the Severn, or rumbling with 
88's finest ("Gotch"-a). Rodney has 
shown what an SCS major does 
with all of his spare time (he certain- 
ly didn't take weekends) But. like 
all good things, your academic ca- 
reer must end. Continue to lead by 
example and may you always lead 
your men from the front. Good luck 
my friend -Boner 




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ENT R. COLLINS 

■jT-.ie', Soutn Caroi'na 
nee a member of the 23rd com- 
3ny, Kent joined the ranks of the 
1th Company Tigers in the begin- 
ng of second class year For a 
ne Kent was a member of both 
e Glee Club and the Masquerad- 
s. but the Masqueraders finally tri- 
nphed when Kent became the 
esident But president was not 
lOugh for Kent, he also choreo- 
aphed and wrote most of the 
jsic for the 1985-86 Masquerqd- 
s Pfoduction of The Birds His tal- 
it on the stage was superceded 
iiy by his professionalism in the 
unpony A great leader and a 
>od friend, what was 23rd com- 
iny's loss was 11th company's 



BARRY J. FITZPATRICK 

Richmond. Virginia 
Brewmeister/He-Brew BMOC (The 
Supplier) Mutant Tan, Red Carpe- 
t/Ronco Fish-sealer Look, there is 
an injured one Use this side of the 
map, we've already been there! 
N.C. militia-2nd in command. New 
York Sock Exchange Survivability 
of roommates, Econo and Quality, 
Driving God, Homo Brothers Don't 
touch me! Winston's Slide-for-life. 
Lone Ranger-Prickly Heat Shuffle 
Schmooheads/Majugee/Tonto's 



JAMES R. FLEMING 

Waunakee, Wisconsin 
GO NAVY! 



RODERICK J. GIBBONS 

Salt Lake City. Utah 
"Gibboner", "Roddy Bear", "Bon- 
er" Can you remember returning 
from those nights on the town with 
a renewed boldness, calling out 
your battle cry: "RUMBLE (in- 

sert name)i"? You could have driv- 
en for Greyhound after getting 
your bus driving quals youngster 
year You're one of the few to go 
to Florida for spring break only to try 
to pick up a mid Your "Das Boat" 
sweater and nuke glasses had us all 
confused come service selection, 
even the Dant I knew all along you 
were an airdale at heart Your untir- 
ing spirit has and always will be an 
inspiration dmp 



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JONATHAN L. HARNDEN 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 
BEAT ARMYi 



ADAM STONE HICKS 

Flowery Branch, Georgia 
Adam came to us from Backwoods 
Georgia determined to organize 
the Navy to tiis liking He began 
plebe summer with an attempted 
coup "I'm in command" indeed' 
When that failed, he turned to his 
roomates "No Tim. Do it my way'" 
Somehow he survived plebe year 
only to discover GIRLS! So long Mis- 
ty, hello Mary. Jamie. Tracy. Susan 
I'll miss the "Ghia". road trips, 
good times with Charlie. Lisa and 
Karl's, and our N Y Y C cruise with 
"Home Again" "But Rich, I forgot to 
tell them you were I" Fair winds 
and following seas "Bro'i" 



DAVID J. KAYE 

Park Ridge. Illinois 

Four years sure went by fast huh 
Dave'' Must have been all that rack 
time you got trying to avoid that 
nightmare of a major you had 
Someone must have played a cruel 
joke on you and told you Computer 
Science was a big word tor video 
games But you managed to make 
it through with flying colors You let- 
tered every year in water polo, you 
led the team in scoring both in and 
out of the water, and were made 
team captain first class year You 
even managed to get three stripes 
both first and third class years You'll 
make a great NFO as you've made 
a good friend Good Lucki JCS 



WHITNEY S. KEITH 

Ft Lauderdale. Florida 
Whitney entered Plebe Summer 
with fire in his eyes and proceeded 
to engage the firsties in a one- 
man-war His madcap antics infuri- 
ated the firsties and made the sum- 
mer a little more bearable for his 
classmates Whit possesses an insa- 
tiable curiosity and never passes up 
an opportunity to try his hand of 
new things It's this fascination that 
has led him to emerge as the 11th 
CO 's International Lover As a per- 
son. Whit IS extremely tidy and well 
organized and his contagious 
laughter and easy going attitude 
makes him very popular with every- 
one You would be proud to have 
him at your side, except at scary 
flicks 



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STEVE W. KIM 

Potomic. Maryland 
Steve inherited the nickname, 
"Duke", early in his Academy ca- 
reer for his incredible boxing ability, 
he bilged many a classmate in 
Plebe Boxing Besides Duke's infa- 
mous "holy " line Duke had an 
innate ability for evading conduct 
trouble Somehow, Duke's Form ll's 
always got lost Unfortunately, his 
luck ran out at the Ring Dance 
when his "California Girl" kept him 
from making morning quarters On 
the ser.ouf side Steve has excelled 
both at'';e'ically and academically 
here at the jSNA. He will make a 
great "bubb.ehead' and a fine 
admiral. 



TIMOTHY E. LUIKART 

New Hope. Minnesota 
Tim came to USNA from No Hope. 
Mn, in search of a Nuke bonus, a 
Mac. and a EE degree Many ob- 
stacles stood in his way Plebe sum- 
mer roommates that tried to kill him. 
2 year roommates that tried to 
change him. and a 1/c roommate 
that tried to derange him We 
thought he had lost his way and in 
Philly he did Tim survived many en- 
counters like the much bricked 
Charlotte to finally find his true love, 
the "rice burner "1/c year saw his 
dreams come true with a working 
EE project designed on his bonus- 
bought Mac Good luck in subs Tim 
RGW & ASH 



DANIEL R. MASUR 

Pittsburg. Pennsylvania 
Schaeffermungus-just walk away 
The First-Watuna Matusa Tequila 
Hairdresser, Admiral Haige/Cutie 
Dan Benidorm Czar Masur BBQ 
Park in Long Island Quantico Stami- 
na Course G I Rent-a-car. New 
York Sock Exchange Survivability 
of roommates Philly Exposure Mu- 
tant Swamp Monster Back-drag- 
ging at Trinity Waterballoons 
(They're like cattle) Dead Soldier- 
bury that man! 



HAYS w. Mccormick mi 

Edmonds. Wdshmgton 
"Skip ". as he is known throughou 
the Brigade, has been a very imogt 
native and creative individual dui 
ing his four tedious years at th' 
Academy He has blessed the D & 
with his lips, given his lungs to th' 
Trident Brass, and ravaged his fiar 
cee with his hands Yes, Dahlgre 
Hall was very profitable for Skip du 
ing his 3/C year Now in his old age 
he has attained the company po; 
tion of computer wizard What off 
er illustrious titles he will attain cc 
only be found in the future . . or 
the Twilight Zone, Good Luck saiic 
ROB. 



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MARK A McMAHAN 

as Vegas, Nevada 
aws of gravity from 4-4 Battle's 
tudy tiour favorite, Pyrotectinic En- 
jineer Cheesemon and ttie 4 P's. 
•s OK. we think he's alive now. Bot- 
omless window well at UVA 2nd 
lalf at the Rose Bowl'' The Brewer. 
Run tvlark, run'" Disco Strangler. 
'obert Ludlam and Blade Runner. 
Voter Balloons/Russian Army He- 
,-ian Rumors Here, try my key I 
)ve you guys! 




HOTHY E. MOSES 

:-nfer. South Carolina 
Vieels. fvir Threshhold. Spirit of Tim 
P'sical Science. TV FW & BB. 
Ciucher Let's wing on over to Lon- 
C1 Cobra Brown Sugor. Duk's 
f-jphone pole 8 squod cars & 1 
ciine patrol Spend a night, not a 
ffune Wild Turkey and water. 
^fk listening You see my cry/This 
C2y thing 




MICHAEL S. ORZELL 

Bristol. Connecticut 
Blade I don't know what got into 
Martha That's not the jewelry she's 
talkin' 'bout, it really don't cost that 
much. Tide Rash on Blood Beach. 
Rocky. Deadhead Cromagnon 
Seagull Hunting Oh what are you? 
Mr Mature "^ Mr Sensitive'' Time out 
for tequila! Chow Packages $21.50 
on hour. + 50 lbs. since plebe year. 




PHILIP LEE PATTON 

Atlanta. Georgia 

Phil began his career at USNA by 
showing us "cluelessness" personi- 
fied, when he modeled "white 
works Patton" and "grody neck 
hairs" before the platoon. But the 
General performed a quick 180 de- 
gree turn-around. His accomplish- 
ments have been many. He ranked 
first in our class 2nd class year and 
graduated with distinction He re- 
wrote the Plebe pro-book and kept 
us all awake at Forrestal lectures. 
The Stork has been a great friend 
and roommate Good luck— you 
will doubtless be a great success as 
a submarine officer But "who is 
John Golf" JFS 



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DAVID M. PETERSEN 

Okemos. Michigan 
Ah Petey. what memories 1 could 
write about From the gallons of 
sweat (and shaving cream) during 
Plebe Summer to your first night of 
libs. The rumbles with Sloth, your 
parents' tailgaters, and the Blue 
Angels. Your hard work paid oft (3 
stripes and a S^OOO check) Al- 
though you played Service Selec- 
tion roulette during your first two 
years (why did you want to be a 
marine?), you were destined to be 
a Nuke. Your technical skills, leader- 
ship ability, sense of humor, and 
faith in God all light your path to 
success Fair winds and following 
seas my friend. — Boner 



MICHAEL R. PLETKE 

Alta Loma. California 
Mike came from CA bearing gifts 
an everlasting cup of change, fifty 
lbs of salted almonds, and a 32- 
piece Do It-Yourself pipe-wrench 
set. Here is one harp seal who 
knows the best end of a pipe After 
three long years 'n four semesters 
of grape-juice for breakfast, Mike 
tried to be a squad-daddy both 
plebe summer and 1st semester, 
only to find his true calling at last 
and assume his duties as Co Jani- 
tor. What better way to use four 
years of practice chilling plebe hot 
water over Army Week and break- 
ing in to con-lockers'' We'll miss 
Mike as he glows off to Surf Nuc, but 
will remember him warmly, fondly 
when the sweet smell of Pledge hits 
the air 



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ZACK POWERS JR. 

Atmore, Alabama 
lack the lady's man He came to 
the Academy leaving a trail of bro- 
ken hearts behind When he'd go 
home on leave they'd be waiting 
for him He had to return to the 
Academy for rest Now that has all 
changed He now has one special 
lady in his life She had to be special 
to tame the dog in him Now that 
you have selected the Corps as 
your way of life, Zock, I hope you 
can remember the Marine Corps 
Hymn, remember Plebe year "From 
the hills of Monta Juma " All in all 
Zack these past four years have 
been a true challenge Good luck 
and smooth seas in whatever you 
do -JAC 



DAVID A. SAMUELS 

Newton Corner, Massachusetts 
Dave came to USNA from the seo 
rity of New England to brave plet 
year and found refuge with fneni 
in Timmys' to compensate for 
rough time Sailing was fun b 
Dave left it 4 Pep Bnd & followir 
Football Found wme & women b 
that was not enough, so on can- 
MrPEP & BBoll & NCAAs. ^/c summ; 
Los Alamos + subs, Charlestc 
Ftbl-AN. Sports Info for Basketb 
and to NCAAs again Dave will i 
remembered for his high spirits ai 
his unfailing friendship Good luck • 
a Surface Warrior and with Kal 
Ceaser's Cohort still lives' -TPM Sp 
cial thanx to KH KB AB JM JY. '• 
-I- JW JA MK SM TG + CAPKo' 
WILD 1 (DS) 




JOHN F. SCHELL 

Lake Oswego. Oregon 
John prides himself on being the 
only plebe to make it through the 
year without smiling once "Mr 
Emotion's" technical prowess and 
witty intellect quickly earned him a 
reputation as the "answer man" 
and made him a frequent wearer 
of stars, John can often be found 
studying into the early morning 
hours rocking to the latest heavy 
metal tunes with a pencil in one 
hand and o piece of cheese in the 
other. And who could forget the 
"GLS rodent's" drinking exploits 
which included the consumption of 
"Guiness S'cu' " No doubt, John 
has been a superb mid and will 
make a marked contribution to the 
submarine force PLP 



MICHAEL STRATTON 

Newport. Rhode Island 
Go Navyi Beat Army! 



JOSEPH C. SULLIVAN 

Alexandria. Virginia 
Joe had two great loves during his 
stay at the academy women and 
his Jeep. He got plenty of both Joe 
minored in anatomy, studying sub- 
jects from California to Pensacolo 
It seemed like every Xerox, uh, I 
mean Physics major stopped by to 
get "help" from Joe Using his aca- 
demic prowess and leadership abili- 
ties Joe took charge of his very 
own battalion 1/c year With his 
gold airborne wings, boxing suc- 
cess, and marine option cruise it 
was only natural that Joe would 
choose Nuke Surface He's been a 
fine leader, a real inspiration and a 
GREAT friend. Good luck, buddy. 
DJK, 



JEFFREY L. WAITE 

Lowville. New York 
A Midshipman "He's elevated s 
high as Flamsteed, in his own c - 
ceit, and is often times showing \- 
a sample of his ingenuity He '~ 
prove the purser a rogue by G 
ter's scale, and compose a bov. ' 
punch by the rules of trigonome' 
He's one that sometimes pass 
under the discipline of the 0006' 
fist, that is when he is guilty of 1 1 
great sin of omission of giving firry 
notice of the captain's going fr" 
or coming into the ship " - Exce'' 
from The Wooden World, publistd 
by Edward Ward in 1707. 



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RICHARD G. WHARTON JR. 

Boston. Massachusetts 
Rich came to us via NAPS He quick- 
ly acclimated to a life of little study 
and a lot of sailing other people s 
boats Dinghys weren't enough tor 
Rich, so he joined the offshore 
team. He felt he looked better driv- 
ing a yacht than a Laser This 
change led to 2 varsity letters and 
3 stripes ^/c year, which enabled 
him to take his Jag to the garage 
at any time After every leave. Rich 
had a new love Good-bye Tom & 
Chris, hello Miss McLean, Boston 
Philly. & Norway We've had a 
great four years together, thanks 
for everything you taught us ASH & 
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MICHAEL A. ALLEN 

Williamsville. New York 
Mike arrived at USNA from Williams- 
ville via NAPS, He started Plebe year 
strong, setting the example for 
those both above and below him. 
Mike excelled at athletics first on 
the basketball team and later on 
the track team Mike was extreme- 
ly popular throughout the brigade 
This, with his professionalism earned 
him a position on brigade staff. 
Mike's major problem was most 
men's dream He attracted more 
women than his natural charm 
could handle. It's to USNA's benefit 
that he's remaining here an extra 
semester before fulfilling his dream 
of becoming a marine. Semper Fi 
PEB & AJD 







PETER S. ALLISON 

Hosmer. South Dakato 
Peter hails to us from the wilderness 
wilds of South Dakota. While he 
protests that he only lived there a 
few months, having spent most of 
his time on the west coast, that 
hardly fits his quiet, low profile im- 
age When he wasn't tracing those 
little green men around circuits or 
assisting others do the same, he 
could be seen running on the far 
reaches of Hospital Point, But of all 
his activities the one of chief impor- 
tance is the service of his Lord and 
Redeemer whose death has made 
possible forgiveness of sins and 
eternal life 



12TH COMPANY • 401 



TWELFTH COMPANY 




PAUL E. BROCHARD 

Eureka. California 
Paul entered the Naval Academy 
about as civilian as they come. The 
Eureka, Californian underwent a 
challenging plebe year striving to 
keep his eyes in the boat He blevi/ 
his v/ay through plebe year in the D 
& B In his upperclass years it was 
apparent that sailing was his sec- 
ond love, which took a back seat 
only to Kelly, his hometown sweet- 
heart Between her and Paul's fam- 
ily. Paul remained happy and 
healthy from chow packages, 
Weegie, his east coast mom, pro- 
vided him with a unique social life in 
Annapolis as well as D C Paul will 
make a fine surface warrior MAA & 



JOSEPH P. CALANDRA 

Buffalo. New York 
Joes transformation here at USNA 
has been nothing short of amazing 
He was an innocent at induction, 
but he graduates as a worldly cos- 
mopolitan Joe's five door codilloc 
is the envy of oil who see it He con- 
fidently enters the Marine Corps as 
a seasoned veteran Joe will make 
an excellent tanker since he has so 
much experience with them, cw ' 



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CHRISTOHPER J. CORISH 

Clinton. New Jersey 
Hailing from "West" Jersey, Chris 
came to USNA with the distinction 
of being one of the youngest mem- 
bers of the Class of 86 Although 
Chris was not "legal" he found oth- 
er ways to blow off steam with the 
D & B and certain young ladies He 
decided that rock & roll was his true 
calling and eventually became the 
WRNV Program Director, Unfortu- 
nately, Chris sometimes replaced 
his studying with being a DJ, First 
Class year sow Navy Air and Friday 
night O-Club dancing Chris will al- 
ways be remembered for his sense 
of humor and the friendship he pro- 
vided to others Good luck at Pen- 
sacolal TPM 



ANTHONY J. DEVINO 

Hauppauge. New York 
The Naval Academy received Ton 
from Hauppauge (Hop Hog), N i 
via NAPS He quickly estoblishe 
himself as a good organizer on, 
planner by leading recon roc 
plebe summer After a relativei 
smooth plebe year, Tony wc 
ready to assume a leadership roif 
A man of impeccable integrity an 
uncompromising standards, he bs 
came known throughout th 
Academy During his time at NAV^ 
Tony designed and built 3 Bot 
Army projects In his 3/c year, h 
found Alex, the girl of his dream 
who would become the major infk 
ence in his life Tony will make a fin 
marine officer and pilot Semper f 
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JOSEPH F. DIGIANDOMENICO 

Lorain, Ohio 

You may have seen Joe before: on 
or inside GQ, DC. USCGA, Wake 
Forest. Japan's bothhouses, nursing 
a sick car or tnend, walking with 
Heidi-anywhere except USNA. He 
loved beer, pretzels, ice cream, TV, 
and to cook-all thanks to the 
Mecks (Beware of shark and tropi- 
cal islands!) He's wise to the world 
now, ready to take it on New York 
may not be the same, his styles 
may change our ways P-Cola 
beckons Joe. I think he'll do well in 
•he rear knowing there's a screen 
for him to watch No matter the 
future. Joe will excel NP-VM-EFn 



ERIC D. FUDGE 

Pnoenix. Arizona 

Once upon a time . out of the 
darkness emerged a bright light. 
This unlimited energy was trans- 
formed into Eric E left his back- 
woods towing service in Go. and 
came here with o football frame. 
an endless bank of insight, and an 
affinity for friends These were the 
best of times ... at the onset of his 
first college FB practice. E found 
himself bound at the hip with anoth- 
er plebe. Their friendship was a 
brotherhood, E climaxed his 4 letter 
career by being elected def. 
capt . showing the respect and od- 
miration of his peers. E always found 
time to work even if it meant ploy 
time. It's off to P-Cola for 44 Many 
will miss him. esp. me Bunch 



SCOTT T. HARRISON 

O 'Fallon. Missouri 

Scott spent four years at USNA hit- 
ting the town, the rack, and the 
gouge, in the last year, his girlfriend 
kept him out of the town, his roo- 
mate kept him out of the rack, but 
nothing could keep him from the 
gouge Good luck at Nuc School 
and beyond- The Aruban princess 
should keep you on the straight and 
narrow CvV 



MATTHEW J. HENRY 

Los Gatos. California 
By First Closs Year Matt finally ad- 
mitted thot he could stand the East 
Coast and its pathetic weather (all 
those drives in the endzone must 
hove gone to his head) Being a 
member of the "Brotherhood". "Mr. 
Dirt" would research narcolepsy by 
day and distribute the "latest" by 
night. Sobriety by attrition is his mot- 
to. The PI Mardi Gras, Goucher etc. 
con oil testify to that Matt had a 
close encounter with the Angel of 
Death but managed to come out 
on top . . repeatedly The 4 con- 
stants in life and MIDNREGS were his 
only religion Simply put, he's a nice 
guy Good luck. Chop 




)IC S, IRWIN 

■ arren. Ohio 

eel Town. Miller Beer, Bowling, 
'Dck n'Roli, Un-employment, Pool 
,3iis. Welfare, Foreign Exchange, 
'achiyo. Bock in the USA, Hole in 
,ne. Local Boy Done Good. USNA. 
|Orifusk5n, Wipe Down. Masocist, 
rew, DC Star, Mr Mom. Chicago. 
Porodise. Silent Service, Jane and 
onica. Mardi Gras Massacre. 
?ads War Truce!. "No one 

ses", Afterdeck, New London 
ive In, Party til "Dawn", Drunken 
KDmies Roomie, The Button's Star, 
■ve Boat. Frat on the Fantail. Euro- 
son Excursion, Crowd Pleoser 
.-reek Ferry). Hooked Up. Glow 
orm. Nuke Briber. Depression, High 
nbition. Good Luck . MJB 







WILLIAM J. JAMES 

Detroit. Michigan 

Bill come to USNA from Dee-troit 
ready to become a submarine offi- 
cer Good thing his attitudes quickly 
changed and he decided to be- 
come one of the few, the proud, 
the SWO Doddys To Bill's superiors 
he was a model midshipman Of 
course, we knew him better than 
that During the week Bill would 
burn the candle on both ends trying 
to keep up with two majors (we still 
don't know why he did it) On 
weekends Bill could be seen cruis- 
ing the area in the "blue bomb" or 
partaking in drink in the bars Soon 
to be a Surface Warrior, Bill will bring 
new adventure to the high seas 
Best of luck, SWO Daddy! JGW 




MARIUS B. JONES 

Wayne. Pennsylvania 
Air Force, Navy, Marine, but wait! 
No Army! The Navy was too much 
for his stomach. His knee surgery 
was a sight Mario loved changing 
his stinky socks and tying his shoes. 
The sparks really flew second class 
year with rates and close order drill. 
Ask the Plebes of 88 Terrorism was 
the motto over Plebe Detail, but 
first class year brought in the love 
birds Once again he picked on 88. 
What a life baseball, rack, beer 
and pale women 



BENJAMIN C. H. KIM 

Towson. Maryland 
Made in Korea, Seoul Brother, Ellis 
Island, Jetsons, Language Barriers. 
Citizenship, High Society, appoint- 
ment, phone bills, expense ac- 
counts. Ben-wa-spheres, Sales, 
Supply but Little Demand, Baton 
Rouge Blackout. Korean Gigolo. 
Jenifer's Psycho Mom, Goober- 
sama, Baltimore Jet Set, Guess 
Jeans, IBM Compatible, Beneficial 
Externolity, Porsche Glasses. OC 
Rendezvous. Benbo Schwarznager. 
BMW's. Southern Comfort. Detail. 
Carnot Human, Fieldball Stud, eels- 
kin. Champogne Baths. SWO Dad- 
dy. Goucher Connection. Ear 
Tweeking. Seal Trainer, San Diego, 

California Dowry, All the Best 

. MJH 



12TH COMPANY • 403 



JOEL W. LAUTRUP 

Jackson Hole. Wyoming 
Yahoo' This hootin, chewin. done 
Ing, singin. psycho on skis was our 
group cowboy Preferring jeons 
and boots to a uniform he was at 
home anywhere Joel never saw a 
girl he didn't want to kiss or a guv 
he didn't want to fight and wos 
plenty lucky at both. The screamm 
firechicken could be heard in Ver- 
mont on Spring Break or Villonova 
dodging trucks in the wrong lane 
Joel set the record for longest hair 
and most tours-as his black N 
proves There's nothing he wouldn t 
try once, twice if it was fun and 3 
times if it nearly killed him. As a Ma- 
rine pilot we will follow the man in 
the yellow Corvette, Good lucki 
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COMPANY 




JEFFREY S. LAYTON 

Brea, California 

From 2 yrs enlisted in San Diego, F 
Hefe came shooting for nuke subs 
But first he had to find a church He 
did. & being the oldest, naturally 
led the rest of us to Cedar Hill The 
Old Goat is the guru of common 
sense & practical experience He 
always gave honest advice & 
could put things in perspective We 
finally made if & can now fondly 
recall memories like Team Xerox. 
wog-9. Bino Bob. EEEI (diodesi). 
boat stones, "don't even think 
about tickling me" "dbx''". being 
lost in DC and "I love you. broth- 
er." I don't know where we'd be 
without you, Jeff God bless you on 
your sub- & take good care of that 
beautiful wog EDH 




JEFFREY P. MARTINEZ 

Concord. California 
Spicman came to the Academy an 
All-Amencan kid Fortunately for 
him. we wasted no time converting 
him from an inexperienced child to 
a connoisseur of beer, women and 
life Pressures of being a Mech E 
never cramped his style as he spent 
Q lot of time becoming a freak in 
the weight room. His ambition-to be 
a Marine Corps pilot-will provide 
him with ample opportunity to jet- i 
off to a number of girlfriends, from 
California to Vermont "Mushball" 
to the women, he's hard as nails 
with everyone else Good luck 
Jeff, we enjoyed our time together 
JJJ JKM DTB 




DANIEL J. MERZKE 

Rochester. New York 
Dan came to USNA from the sub 
marine force, after a short stop c 
NAPS We all thought he would re 
turn to the undersea world, but Da 
chose the skies Don worked har 
at USNA. of course he neve 
showed it We would always fm 
Don either in the wardroom or in th 
rock All the sleep paid off and Da 
became our brigade commonde 
Most of Don's spare time first clQ 
year was spent away from th 
academy, if he was here he was c 
duty We will all miss Dan's laug 
sense of humor, and Hallowee 
costumes. Good luck in everythir 
Don. you will be missed -Who v 
clean my room'' GAM 



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CHRISTOPHER A. MILLER 

Albuquerque. New Mexico 
Fishbait Milleri Geek came here a 
young naive boy He was tutored in 
the social graces by his roommates 
and their relatives Was she really 
14'' Nevertheless, he progressed to 
higher levels of moral and mental 
development quickly He even 
spoke a new language on 2 for 7 
' Night During his sojourn here, he 
befriended a Zoomie and intro- 
duced him to the ranks of Black N 
winners and the prestigious Early 
Morning Breakfast Club But alas, 
young Chris fell victim to Cupid, not 
once but twice more. The latests 
wears Navy blue, (a certain KD 
from ND) Perhaps the CEC will 
straighten you out PTJW 



THOMAS M. MILLMAN 

Wilmington. Delowore 
Tom was Q napster. recruited for 
baseball. After youngster year, 
Tom tried 150's 2nd class year, he 
tried rugby, which ended with a 
broken nose Tom was a lady's 
man, always playing the field. His 
taste in music (AC-DC to the Who), 
led Tom to such places as Charlies 
(remember plebe year), the Bijou, 
which he had to be phoned to go 
Tom started with Marine Engineer- 
ing, but switched to Oceanogra- 
phy youngster year Tom came to 
USNA to become a Nuclear Sur- 
face Warrior, So Tom finds himself 
on the US.S. Longbeach (CGN-9) 
out of San Diego SKI 



GREGORY A. MINOGUE 

Milton. New Jersey 
Greg started out plebe year meek 
and unsure Now he's confident 
and still unsure He kept everybody 
guessing for service selection, final- 
ly picking NFO Rooming with Greg 
was like living with three people. He 
brought Mario Lanza and HAL 9000 
into our lives. Mario was a great 
ICOI? and HAL never made a mess, 
although he was noisy, Greg's ma- 
jor drawback was that we could 
never keep him quiet If he wasn't 
telling a joke he was telling us 
about his investments Greg will 
make a fine addition to the fleet 
Remember Greg. "He who controls 
the database controls the world " 



SCOTT G. MITCHELL 

Springfield. Vermont 
Scott came from deep in the back- 
woods of Vermont with visions of 
flying and no idea what "Battleship 
Grey" was He claims his success 
here was due to: 1 being a Physics 
major (they get the gouge) and 2 
being constantly in debt ("kept me 
on my toes"). Managing to keep 
busy by being in more ECA's than 
his GPA. we wondered how he kept 
both of them above 2 0. And of 
course, there was the highschool 
sweetheart leave time was oh so 
preciousi He's hooked now-on her 
and flying It will be P-cola and TMM 
soon enough. Bonjour mon ami! 
And may you fly on the wings of 
angels TMGS 




HOMAS O. MONKS 

'ortti Belmore. New York 
om-Got a Buck. Who's Gonna 
3ke my Duty. Do Some Beers (pick 
'ie)-Monks Skoombotch to some. 
.3ad Warrior to others, we sure 
iissed ol Connonhead senior year 
11S oceanography gouge hound 
as a natural at wrestling, lacrosse, 
gby and boxing (he scored a 
lockout) but never quite made it 
'/er the steeplechase pit Chome- 
on Tom logged more rock hours 
"id borrowed more money than 
iy mid in history Uncle Tom would 
.3 anything for his friends and was 
if great protector After SWO- 
XDDY school this good natured 
ng Island boy will terrorize ships on 
e high seas, but who's'' Good 
;k Thomas, we'll miss you. — JJJ 
OKMB 



KEVIN O. O'MALLEY 

San Bernardino. Calitornia 
Kevin came to us a wild kid from 
San Bernardino and it seems that 
four years of strict regiment has not 
tamed his spirit, Kevin gamed the 
reputation as a collector of female 
aquaintances both inside and out- 
side the hall He managed to stay a 
step in front of trouble until he real- 
ized that a car can take him 
through the gate rather than over 
the wall He was always a charac- 
ter with his juggling, fnsbee and the 
infamous ledge-doo I'm sure that 
Kevin will give the surface Navy a 
bit of his unique character that we 
hove come to know We'll miss him. 
Best of Luck MZ 



JACK D. PELKEY 

Sheldon. Vermont 
I'M FROM VERMONT GIVE ME A 
BEERi Slack Jack the dancing bear 
killed us with his sailor dance, table 
surfing and air guitar The once 
curly haired Vermont boy lost his 
mild rural manner to become the 
OLD MAN of 12 A model mid. he 
earned 2 black Ns. a PHYSIC de- 
gree and a 3J survival team oward 
To Vermont women and ski slopes 
he was Gin Drinking Pelkey-Demi- 
god Sunglass laiden. arms and legs 
akimbo and no regard for personal 
damage JD bruised those slopes 
with snowman grace With an ear 
to ear smile he gave his all for ev- 
eryone and saved our behinds mu- 
cho Thanks. Copt Jock, the Ma- 
rines are getting one of the few 
great men. JJJ JKM DTB 



JAMES P. SCHMITZ 

Matiopac. New York 
A continuing enigma, native New 
Yorker, sniper get down, heavy 
metal, endomorph into ectomorph. 
footsteps of SIS to Canoe U, Is that 
guy in our Co'' Silence (except 
toes), Schimtzoid, Jimbogoober 
wetback hanging around at Mardi 
Gras. sorry about the sleeping bag 
Eric, Aero stud, victim of ancient 
Jewish ritual, playing doctor at 
Goucher. originator of offensive 
driving, non-carnot human, NFO 
(Not Fully Operational), penny 
saved IS a penny earned, unnatural 
lights, WRNV's biggest fan. good 
guy, going far, good luck' 



CLASS OF 1986 • 405 



DONALD A. ULSH 

Vicksburg. Michigan 
Chesty, fierce competitor, skoom- 
botch, friend oli describe Don If you 
were on idiot hie'd tell you Truth os 
we called him was the first to get a 
20k car loan, avoid opening text 
books 4 years (got good resale on 
them) and never started a bar fight 
even though he was in fifty of them 
Don is a natural at everything but 
specializes in kill basketball and 
cheesing Openly we raked him but 
inside we admired him The compa- 
ny feared him but the entire Va 
Beach family he dated knew him as 
Lambchop As a Marine pilot Don 
will be as tough in a jet as he is face 
to face Godspeed from your 
friends JJJ JJT BKM 



PHILIP W. VANCE 

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 
Phil came to USNA with visions of 
being a jet jock, but then he heard 
the phrase. "Surface Warrior." so 
now he's hooked, Phil has always 
been a rock n'roll animal. He liked it 
so much he became a DJ on 
WRNV He was on the drill team and 
an Oceanography major His aca- 
demics hove improved dramatical- 
ly since Plebe year about which he 
claims "I didn't know who I was " 
Phil liked to do several things includ- 
ing washing his car at midnight, 
eating melted butter and making 
impromptu calls to me before out- 
ings. For Service Selection Phil se- 
lected the USS Mobile Bay (CG53) 
out of Moyport. Fla 



JAMES G. WELCH 

Wellington. Ohio 

Nobody knows why Jim came to 
the Naval Academy - not even Jim 
He may have come to moke up for 
the fact that he never quite made 
Eagle Scout When Jim arrived tor 
Plebe Summer he did not even 
know that "Plebes hod to memo- 
rize things and run dround scream- 
ing " Happily Jim is a quick learn- 
er and he excelled once he caught 
on. As a midshipman Jim learned to 
appreciate good company and 
good beer (though he never could 
handle red wine, or the elevators in 
Philadelphia) Good luck in the Sur- 
face Navy Jimi 



PAUL T.J. WIEGMAN 

Rochester. New Hampshire 
Wiegsi Once upon a time, the Old 
World family Wiegman come from 
Holland to a new land of freedom 
and farmers with funny accents. 
New Hampsha' When their new 
world son. Paul Thomas Jeroen. 
came of age. he ventured forth 
much wisened by the experiences 
of his elder siblings He joined the 
military and landed at USNA He 
sailed forth to discover the sea. but 
instead he journeyed up Constella- 
tion's mast, rappelling lesson #1, 
USNA must have affected him be- 
cause all he ever did was build 
model airplanes and say clever 
things like "Ayupi" and "Eh?!", 
Even so. Paul would do anything to 
help a friend Semper Fii CAM 




CHARLES E. WILSON 

Charleston. West Virginia 
How did a backwoods West Virgin- 
ian come to join the Navy? Charles 
says it's because he was "unem- 
ployed and broke " Charles came 
to USNA as a salty veteran of the 
high seas with many a toll tale for us 
"young lads " At first. Charles hod 
"trouble remembering things." but 
he Cdught on quick Charles was a 
master of social graces, and had 
no trouble finding women-he just 
had trouble losing themi Charles 
took a cut in pay by coming to 
USNA. but that never stopped his 
spending. Hopefully, submarine pay 
will keep his head above water 
Good Luck. Chuckiei JGW 



MARK G. ZLOMKE 

Encinitas. California 
He's a natural Coming from South- 
ern California. Mark was introduced 
to the crew team plebe year and 
soon became a fine oarsman Let- 
tering twice in crew, he decided to 
play an easier, less demanding 
sport Rugby Mark excelled the first 
year he went out. making the start- 
ing team Topnotch on the water 
or on the pitch, at least with rugby 
he spent the weekends on the 
slopes Scoombotch'' He denies he 
knows what it means — but we've 
got picturesi Mark chose a career 
as on NFO. but he still holds a deep 
respect for the Marine Corps, Ooh 
r?ahi Good Luck. Z-mon, we'll miss 
you K O, 



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CHRISTOPHER A. ATWELL 

Annapolis. Maryland 
Feb 17. 1962 Chris is the perfect 
example of the phrase. "You can't 
keep a good man down : Chris ar- 
rived at Squid City via AACC and 
NAPS. He was well prepared for 
plebe year and it proved to be no 
problem Chipping paint on the 
California effectively cancelled 
dreams of surface line and nuke 
power. Aero was the road to suc- 
cess until 2/c year when his innards 
gave him some trouble. Chris 
fought the good fight and went 
from being NPQ for graduation to 
have a chance to fly from the front 
seat Thank you for the friendship 
and good luck to you and Patti 
EGE's forever 



BRADLEY G. BEIL 

Clive. Iowa 

Brad come to us from the thriving 
metropolis of Dekalb. IL. He original- 
ly come to USNA with the intentions 
of going surface line but 2 weeks 
into plebe summer decided he 
wanted to be a "Mean Mah-reen." 
Youngster cruise confirmed his no- 
tion that surface line was not his 
cup of tea. or more appropriately 
his cup of coffee Brad spent most 
of his first 2 years here in the pool. 
After lettering he realized that 
there wos more to life than walls 
and water and retired from swim- 
ming, or joined reality depending 
on how you look at it. We wish Brad 
good luck in the Corps, we know he 
will do well, SJK 




WILLIAM J. CARR 

Leesburg. Florida 

Bill came up North to Marylond from 
the orange groves of Florida, com- 
plete with his Jimmy Buffet tapes. 
Gator paraphernalia, bad knees, 
and Redneck outlook on life - 
"Well, I'll be a suck-egg mule," Bill 
spent his four years here gathering 
"gouge", sailing, with a little party- 
ing thrown in Most afternoons Bill 
could be found out on seventh- 
wing perfecting his football skills, 
and during the nights, he could be 
found around a table perfecting his 
card skills Wherever life takes him. 
you can be sure Bill will make the 
best of it and be successful Best of 
luck and thanks for the many good 
times, MHW 



KIPP A. COLLINS 

Middleburgh Heights. Ohio 
The Kipper The unsung hero The 
original Zulu The man in the trench- 
es The fastest frenchbreod pizza 
and Z-burger eater this side of 
Mother B The wild man from the 
mistake-on-the-lake (We knew 
your heart was in Pitt-How 'bout 
them Steelers) Kipper could be 
found one of two places, either 
pursuing his Mech-E degree or a 
more amorphorous state out at 
Riordan's (All my friends ore bar- 
tenders) Remember these'' I have 
some friends, boy that girl can Be- 
bop. Let's drop off the trash and 
get the hell outa Dodge. IC Light 
and peanufshells. razor stubble on 
the chin Give 'em hell in the Corps, 
buddy MJP 



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WILLIAM H. DONOVAN 

Nunda. New York 
Bill emerged from deep in the bad 
woods of NW N Y His 1st claim to 
fame was looking like Howdy- 
Doody and ttie poster child to a 
certain clinic. The firsties loved him - 
thank God he could wrestle, but he 
doesn't take a karate kick too well 
It's amazing he stayed out of trou- 
ble, his roommates attracted it, but 
Bill didn't get away unplucked I 
hope you don't throw a burning 
dummy onto the deck of a ship! For 
all his hard work Bill could party He 
was the tap-master P year and 
had many bashes at T & K's follow- 
ing Keep up that professional atti- 
tude Good luck in P-cola and be- 
yond' RPG 



LOUIS P. FEUCHTBAUM 

Spring Valley. New York 
Lou came to us via NAPS, Although 
his middle initial stands for Peter, 
according to his birth certificate, 
what it really stands for is procrasti- 
nation His natural habitat was the 
wardroom where he became an 
expert on the effects of TV on your 
QPR Seriously, Lou was a dedicat- 
ed individual who spent more time 
helping others than helping himself 
Despite his non existent study hab- 
its, Lou was an academic whiz He 
spent more time teaching others 
calc, chem. and EE than he did 
teaching himself his own subjects 
Lou, you will be an asset to the nu- 
clear Navy Good luck in subs SJK 



KEITH K. FUJISHIGE 

Mililanitown, Hawaii 
Arriving at USNA from the Hawaiian 
islands and rather unaccustomed 
to civilized society, Fuji's major ob- 
stacles were getting people to 
pronounce his name correctly and 
learning to use modern plumbing 
and electrical appliances. The 
company's El expert, Fuji is best 
known for collecting things he'll 
never need and loaning them out 
all the time. It has taken Fuji four 
years to learn that there is more to 
life than surfing and pretty girls, like 
skiing Despite his mystenousness. 
Fuji has never been able to keep his 
desire to be a Marine secret We 
will always wish him the very best 



ROBERT P. GLOVER 

McLean. Virginia 

Being reared in CA, VA. and Turkey 
as a Navy brat. Glove became a 
worldly man His travels sparked re- 
lationships with many women of all 
sizes and colors His radical dressing 
habits relate to his drinking habits In 
fact. Bob won the bottle toss, 7-0 
shower, and passout competition 
As Bob matured, he advanced to 
break dancing in the front shaft 
and dummy constructing "Where's 
Cornhead''" Bob earned the high- 
est youngster year ranking Thanks 
Ted As Glove's final days ap- 
proach, only wild parties and the 
rack can stop his total success We 
wish him the best WHD 




JODY L. JENNINGS 

Reedville. Virginia 
Animal skipped up to Crobtown 
from a wee fish town on the Chesa- 
peake Little did her classmates re- 
alize that within that small town girl 
lurked another who loved to hove 
fun And fun she had as she 
breezed from Bancroft Hall to Pen- 
sacolo to Key West to Virginia 
Beach to Jamaica leaving a trail of 
broken hearts The only thing Jody 
seemed to lack was sleep She 
managed to survive two civilian 
bound roommotes and will soon be 
on her way to Pensacola where the 
PCR will no longer threaten her hap- 
piness We all wish her (and the pi- 
lots flying near her -n the sky) luck in 
her dream to fly Keep smiling Ani- 
mal RAP 



SCOTT J. KAWAMOTO 

San Jose. California 
Scott wanted his closest and most 
intimate friend to do this, but since 
his rack cant write, I volunteered 
Scott come to us from the warm 
laid back atmosphere of California 
to the cold, military lifestyle of NAPS 
and USNA. but was able to adjust 
well After plebe and youngster 
years took a toll, Scott took a short 
vacation at West Point We wel- 
comed him (and his ghost stories) 
back with open arms, regaining a 
true lover of good times Scott has 
been inspirational to the worshipers 
of rack -time, spade-playing, and 
partying There ore more good 
times ahead (P-cola), and we wish 
him all the best MHW 



MICHAEL A. KELLY 

Wood River. Illinois 
Mike came to us from Wood River 
via Iowa State and Nuke School m 
Fla Kell-dog was the first champion 
of early AM sports-greyhound rac- 
ing Looking at the past 4 years, our 
#1 lllini has had many good times 
here Kel passed time at Goucher, 
the dead end saloon, Dahlgren as a 
youngster, Ski-fest, 7-4 (10 mm), 
onboard das Boat, and rugby par- 
ties With Kel's looks, he never once 
missed a gold opportunity to pick 
up his share of women As a First 
Class, he had to jockey time be- 
tween EE and CO CDR Once he 
leaves USNA behind, he will be- 
come a pilot in the Corps He'll 
serve his country well, I'm sure. 
Mike, I wish you the best CRL 



JOHN F. LOMBARDI, JR. 

Criarlotte. Nortti Carolina 
"Vince " was a prior enlisted nuke 
before joining lucky 13 He is the 
only mid in the brigade that know: 
the medical and ortho staff by firs' 
name Most people believe tho' 
John's 'rehabed" knees helped hirr 
escape a commitment marked b'l 
a gold band Although Vince wa 
never found up past 2230, ht 
helped maintain upper class pres 
ence on the weekends Turninc 
down Marine Air for SWO, sorry Ma 
jor Lanzer, John will be hitting th( 
deck plates running in May Gooc 
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PATRICK E. LYONS 

Arvada. Colorado 
Pat has survived almost everything 
ttiis place can ttirow at you My 
roommate first-class year. Pat and I 
did almost everything together, in- 
cluding earning our black 'N's.' 
Captain of the 150 lb football 
teom. he led his team to a 33-14 
victory over Army, but lost a surpris- 
ing bottle to Coast Guard Now. fi- 
nally seeing the light after 33 days 
of viewing past Commandants. Pat 
anxiously awaits Pensacoia and 
Florida's golden girls Missing a close 
call at the alter. Pot's hitting the 
street like 'a big dog,' Pat's the only 
guy I know who wears plastic pants 
in a souno Good Luck with the P-3 s 
and Continental Airlines 



PEGGY W. MANSFIELD 

New Alexandria. Pennsylvania 
Having no idea what lay ahead. 
Peg cut the first thread on the 
apron strings, packed her back- 
pack and trudged off to Annapolis, 
Peg struggled through Plebe year 
with spirit and determination Those 
blue and gold oars called her to the 
Severn, and she was a devoted 
oorswoman, until Key West beck- 
oned Youngster year Peg (with the 
leip of a derelict roommate) met 
PARTY, and it was love at first sight. 
Soon she will be flying the blue skies, 
■^eg's friendship has been one of 
the most valuable treasures I have 
found over the past four fun filled 
years May you reach your dreams 
on wings of gold r?AP 




:arl r. lytikainen 

5'iVer spring, Maryland 

.he son of a Navy Coptom. Carl 

•:ame destined for success He had 

■] sk3w start because of his slight 

"np and Sid's special interest m him. 

■lut Con maintained with good spir- 
s After his pitching career, his out- 

tanding athletic abilities went to 
ompony heavies 0-3 in Brigades 
;mokEi Carl had good times and 

.'OrtiesinFt Louderddie. Sandy Pt. 

'ki-Fest and Wellwood Ct His 

creen potential declined rapidly 
fter 3/C year and his outstanding 

.erfofmance shone through Carl 
>se to the occasion many times, 
specially Plebe detail and first set 
s Sub-CDR. but kept his VITH A fine 
■Oder and oil around good guy 
Bmper Fi. PPFN MAK 

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GREGORY S. MORIN 

Gilford. New hampsmre 
Greg joined our happy little fomily a 
smalltown boy from Gilford. New 
Hampshire Under the guidance 
and friendship of his second class. 
Terry Busmire. it soon became obvi- 
ous that this young man was going 
places. Through the years here Rim- 
mer matured and pdrtook of nu- 
merous activities such as the Ike 
Club and Greenpeace Society 
Visiting such faraway places as 
Colorado (Hi Steph) and Goucher 
. . got a single room he broke 
many a heart, Greg leaves us now 
to become an NFO. missing his true 
colling as a surface warrior, but 
filled with many fond memories of 
USNA. PS. 'go away" 



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JAMES S. NOBLE 

Annapolis. Maryland 
One morning Jim got lost walking 
around his Annapolis home and 
soon his head was shaved and he 
was a member of the Brigade, Slicl< 
and Wilbur were his roommates. His 
home has endured football parties 
and hot tub swims He had dreams 
of lax fame but never quite suc- 
ceeded All he got was a low QPR 
and a spot on the J,V, He so 
amazed his Chemistry profs that 
they invited him back to a summer 
session. His Physics got the same re- 
action. Such were his merits that a 
board chose him to be a member 
of the Scientist community He met 
his fiancee', Susan, at Army Navy in 
Pasadena We'll miss the hot tub 
swims Good luck in oil. 



DEREK W. PARKER 

Sterling Park. Virginia 
Derek came to USNA as an "old 
salt" with wisdom and experience 
from being in the enlisted fleet 
Even though he hod been a nuke in 
his more foolish and youthful days, 
with the onset of Plebe year and a 
more matured wisdom. Derek 
found his eye to the sky as he 
dreamed of becoming an airdale. 
Lucky for his dreams. As an Electri- 
cal Engineer they would often be 
all the company he would be al- 
lowed as he spent his weekends 
without weekends, studying so that 
he could master his superior logic 
and get through the EE program 
Always a friend and ready to help 
out, the sky is the limit for Derek, LPF 



RUTH A. PERRON 

Mount Holly. New Jersey 
Ruth left Rutgers University and 
somehow landed at USNA, She 
rowed crew her first year, but then 
retired her oars for a beer mug Ma- 
joring in English and minoring in 
sleep, Rosie finished her ever- 
changing athletic career by riding 
for the Bike Team Second class 
Year Ruth became the proud own- 
er of a beautiful blue '73 Novo (Bul- 
let) With these wheels, Rosie set 
out in search of a good time while 
trying to break all speed and mile- 
age records Her most incredible 
achievement was to become pres- 
ident of the Russian Club having 
never been known to speak a word 
of Russian Good luck and hove a 
great time in Pensocolo PWM 



NICK L. PETERSON 

East Peoria. Illinois 
I never got into trouble until I met 
Nick Our first night out as room- 
mates sent us to 4-1 for eleven 
weeks, Nick was a member of the D 
& B for four years and finished his 
career with a victory over Air 
Force, Although most people think 
he is a geek, I never met anyone 
else who could get a 3,8 while 
racking 12 hours a day and taking 
all his weekends Nick refuses my 
advice and will be taking a trip to 
the alter with Peggy Suffering from 
migraines, (HAI), Nick was brutally 
forced to go C EC Good Luck with 
Peg PS I owe you a beerll PEL 




MICHAEL J. PROEBSTLE 

Massillon. Otiio 

The Prober, The man who laughed 
at life. The man who used to have 
everything He came to ploy boll, 
but traded in his glove for vocal 
chords and spent his Glee Club 
days waffling and carousing with 
the infamous Uzzi and the Molest- 
ers, Mike never spent weekends at 
USNA, and when he had to he usu- 
ally wasn't here anyway We'll nev- 
er forget his undying support for his 
Indians and D, Letterman, This guy 
kept Swiss Miss in business. A ward- 
room fixture, he only came out for 
Georgetown and O-beach, Winner 
of the coveted Terri Busmier Night 
Owl Award, P-cola bound. Good 
Luck in Navy Air, 000-RAH! KAC 



LAWRENCE R. SHUTTLEWORTH 

Brick town. New Jersey 
Upon arrival Shutts immediately im- 
pressed us with his inverted milk 
glass tricks. His goal was to run ev- 
ery possible company function, Mr 
tailgator. video club, and Maryland 
flag bearer, could not run fast 
enough however, to avoid a red 
haired Robin who came bobbing 
along Larry's ability to get things 
done earned him the task of Co 
CDR, After four years of rooming 
with Larry it is easy to see why he 
will succeed in all he does. His per- 
sonality and character will make 
him a great pilot and to anyone 
lucky enough to know him an ex- 
cellent friend. Thanks for all the help 
buddy. I would never have made it 
without you, CAS 



WILLIAM E. SIVERSTEN 

Joppa. Maryland 

After a year of prep school in sunny 
CA "Wilbur" finally mode it to USNA 
seeking lax tame, Plebe summer 
saw him crowned the joker of Zulu 
squad. But during Ac Year he lost 
the 7-0 Heavyweight boxing title 
Youngster year Will earned 2 varsi- 
ty letters One for lax and one for 
midnight yawl sailing, 2/c year saw 
him inducted into the Flying Lluendo 
club and reach academic excel- 
lence with his 3 1/c cruise saw him 
give up his love boat for a friend in 
need (Robin & I thank you) and 
wind-up wind surfing in Gitmo, Now 
its off to Seattle and his MSO, 
Thanks for a lot of laughs Don't for- 
get about our $50 bet LRS 



JAMES S. SNIDER 

Memptiis. Tennessee 
Jay came all the way from the Vol- 
unteer state to be a Mid All plebe 
year he wanted to know if this wo; 
the place you come to become c 
Federal Express Lear pilot Young 
ster year brought him into Aerc 
nightmares and the 2 AM lab repori 
club, 2/c year gave Jay re-birtt 
into the EGE fraternity , the gooc 
lifel (Team Xerox) As a firstie. and c 
Batt Staffer, Jay developed hi; 
leadership , DELEGATEi His week 
ends always lasted until 11:59 Sun 
day night, making the most o 
those weekends! Jay's easygoing 
Southern back porch nature make 
him a solid, reliable member of ■!-' 
and 86, Thanks for the laughs one 
friendship. Jay, Godspeed , , Goc 
bless 



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CRAIG A. SNYDER 

Harrington Park. New Jersey 
Snydes Craig came to USNA from 
beautiful N Jersey, although he 
claims N Y , to play baseball Plebe 
year remembers Logo's golden 
rules and arguments with Parks Af- 
ter o session at summer school, 
youngster year came with a new 
roomy, Kel, and a fettish for sleep- 
ing with mice Another round of 
summer school brings 2/c year and 
the Coastie Craig was able to 
dodge an Ac Board but not the "L" 
and finolly earned that varsity let- 
'er 1/c year come and went and 
now he's off to EOOW school, but 
only after being my best man We 
nod some great times Best of luck 
with Leigh, your DDG, and all else 
you do LRS 



ALISON E. SWEDEAN 

Nevis. Minnesota 

Coming from the snow covered 
lakes of Minnesota, Alison (with one 
L') came to the Academy not 
knowing what to expect, but then, 
who does'' Still, Alison proved true 
that happiness is where you least 
expect it. as a certain percussionist 
stole her heart (and oil her week- 
ends') Al's friendly and open way 
touched many - and we all thank 
her for her constant coring ana 
concern We've shared a lot, and 
our lives ho'^e just begun Best of 
luck, dear friend KDU 




^REN D. ULISNIK 

umbuii. Connecticut 
'reading her time between crew, 
iJck. aerobics, NAFAC, academ- 
'., and Brigade staff, Karen still al- 
:3ys hod time to dance and party 
'jfe. funny, intelligent, athletic, 
I'Qzy!). lovable pick any one and 
3t is Karen Blessed with her good 
Dks and perfect figure, she 
■ arms most every male she 
I Jets Her bubbly personality and 
:orkling smile keep everyone 
'Ound her happy My best friend 
(d ckisest sister. Karen will always 
've o large part of my heart. I 
'• e you Spy Navy! MB 



DAVID V. WATTS 

Houston. Texas 

Over the years. Dave has proved 
to be a steady friend to mony-ol- 
ways there when you need, a 
good sense of humor, and some- 
one willing to split a bar tab Whot 
more could you wanf During his 
four years here, he has faithfully ful- 
filled the three goals of USNA-mor- 
ally (except when wearing his pat- 
ented beer goggles), mentally 
(what's in a QPR anyway''), and 
physically (all those workouts). Slick 
Is a man of many talents-world 
class wrestler, super spy. a flying 
lluenda. oceanographer extraor- 
dinaire-but most of all. a real friend 
Dave. I wish you all the best and 
see you in P-cola MHW 



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MARTIN H. WELLER 

Charles town. West Virginia 
Martin was a true rebel without a 
cause and unfortunately because 
of censorshiip this biography can't 
express the causes of his rebellious- 
ness^ fv/ly first attempts at summing 
up his experiences at USNA were 
censored because it was felt that 
he would find them embarrassing in 
later life but I beg to differ He 
would have looked back at this 
and said to himself "Self, 1 was mel- 
low back then," For Martin is sub- 
ject to the Weller Wine Law It be- 
ing said that wine gets better with 
age, so it is with Martin's partying 
We wish him luck in Pensocola and 
hope that he will always stay in 
"CONTOTAL TPOL," SJK 



MELODY WHEELER 

Iron ton, Ohio 

There were good times, horrible 
times, great friends, unforgettable 
experiences, weeks that lasted for- 
ever and days that ended all too 
soon, friends made it all worthwhile 
and that's the end of this 




GREGG B. K. WILLIAMS 

Brooklyn, New York 
Gregg came to Annapolis not real- 
izing that life existed outside of New 
York City and that there were even 
states north of Manhattan, His big- 
gest difficulties in adjusting to Navy 
life were having to wear white, 
learning to jog the bottom of the 
pool, and learning to drive his new 
T/A, However. Gregg will attest to 
the fact that he was able to keep 
one of the neatest lockers around. 
Now that he has signed his life 
away to the Corps. Gregg has a lot 
to look forward to, just so long as he 
remembers the three rules and the 
three D's, We wish him the best of 
luck. 



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ERIK ADAMS 

" -7 fornia 
" the Golden Gate, 
: ■ rding what he didn't 
rate As a p.ebe his voice echoed 
the hall. UA very early showed can- 
nonballs. The man was a leader, 
that we knew. Had great charisma, 
personality, too Once in a while, he 
left our sight. Running outside, into 
the night. It was a moment of free- 
dom he bought. Zipping back in 
before being caught Evenings of 
study, he wanted not. Daring too 
much, finally was caught. And he 
was sentenced to many a muster. 
But saw Tiny, to often adjust her. So 
he sat before many men's lips. Ev- 
eryone told him of burgers to flip. 
Not giving in he refused to run. They 
must admit he'd get 'he .ob done 



DAVID G. BACA 

Boo'ae- Ccc-odo 
Dave Carre 'o uSNA after spending 
a year at NAPS Majoring in Ocean- 
ography, he maintained a 3 
CQPR, and had a good time doing 
It, He earned a varsity letter In 150 
lb, football and although a knee In- 
jury kept him from playing his final 
season, it gave him extra time to 
devote to his duties as Co. Cdr , a 
job which he spent most of his time 
keeping his classmates out of trou- 
ble. As king of the fat. dumb, & 
happy room he had several nick- 
names such as Chewy &. Sleepy 
Dave. Most of all he was known to 
his classmates as friend, right Hon- 
kus'' Good 'uck ■-' Orlando God 
Bless I 



CHRISTOPHER DEENE CASADOS 

Albuquerque. New Mexico 
Chris came to Canoe U. with three 
goals In mind, to avoid the axe. to 
avoid summer school, and to grad- 
uate on time Subjecting himself to 
such torturous activities as crew 
and academics early on In his 
Academy career, Chris soon 
learned to enjoy the more pleasur- 
able aspects of life (possibly the in- 
fluence of having roomed with Billy 
T.). Yes. there were good times and 
there were some not so good 
times, and there was summertime 
(even in the winter), but now It's on 
to bigger and better things. See 
you in the Fleet NGB PS. Good 
luck to all 14th Co '86. and thanks 
to the Shadow for sticking with me 
through all this CDC 



SHAWN F. CONROY 

Fountain Valley. California 
Shown came to the Academy out 
of the Boost program. His mission 
was to Boost his credit rating, so he 
became the proud owner of every 
available credit card. No help to his 
finonclal situation were Hechts and 
the drcade Being the lady killer 
that he is. Shawn couldn't pass up 
the opportunity to date one of his 
classmates A native of Cal. Shawn 
found the mornings cold, but al- 
ways managed to sound reveille in 
'the shower. (Where's my pen 
guys^). In all. its been great living In 
the 7-4 hotel, (Kevin, Jim, tofu) 
Good luck In P'cola, Remember, 
ducks drip dry best! FLY NAVY!!!!! 

sv, jj 




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ILUAM D, CRAIG CURT W. DODGES SALVATORE J. GIARRIZZO MARK A, GREEN 

es'fieia. New Jersey Sparta. New Jersey Johnstown. New York Chatswortti. Georgia 

came to The Institution rinht frnm Nnthinn <;tnrtort for Purt until hf? <;/-ii hnH tho m ii,~i/c.ct v./it nt tho Mnrk rnmo tn I KNJA \i,n MADC A 



ILUAM D, CRAIG 

ss'fieia. New Jersey 
came to The institution right from 
Garden State H S Squash rac- 
et in hand. Bill showed that 
sbes deserve respect also He 
mpieted his college competitive 
reer with a pair of varsity honors 
f f one for strict regimentation. Bill 
IS determined to retain his civ, 
"osphere while at USNA (2/c va- 
■ privileges. Bill'') During 2/c yr Bill 
*>k a vacation from the courts 
C3 sent his QPR high with Med 
-lod deep m his thoughts. As Bill's 
'■ mmate I thank him for putting 
<- with me tor 3 yrs and attempting 
' sducote me in the ways of fash- 
< Best of luck to my Sub-Cdr TJM 
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CURT W. DODGES 

Sparta. New Jersey 
Nothing started for Curt until he 
reached first class. Oh sure, he was 
a wrestler before then, and had 
managed to avoid the ax while 
four roommates went their merry 
way, but as a first class he met the 
great equalizer and the only other 
man not to keep a roommate Curt 
was the only man capable of stay- 
ing close to Erik's restriction exploits, 
but In the end came up short You 
could always count on Curt to 
come up with something when 
both of you had better things to do 
A steady wardroom rat, rackheod 
and procrastinator, I can only wish 
one thing tor him: TERMINATION and 
d large SUPPLY of . . 



SALVATORE J. GIARRIZZO 

Jotmstown. New York 
Sal had the quickest wit at the 
Academy. When he was not mak- 
ing up new lyrics or rhymes, he ar- 
gued with people and won even 
when he was wrong Sal was into 
getting cheap laughs at almost 
anybody's expense. Who could for- 
get the hilorious Mornssey-Shaw- 
Glorrlzzo wrestling bouts, or how 
about that classic appearance of 
cornhead dt a football pep rally-oh 
the humanity! Sal was also an In- 
tense sportsman He lettered m 
Rugby m two years. He was also a 
great hunter. Good Luck to both 
Sal and Tina, Navy will never be the 
same after such a macho dude 
S,S, 



MARK A, GREEN 

Ctiatswortti. Georgia 
Mark came to USNA via NAPS, A 
quick tempered country boy from 
the great outdoors he never took 
to being a plebe or sweating This 
made him compatible to room with 
a beach bum from N.J, Mark taught 
his roomy about fishin', huntin' and 
Hank Jr. Mark enjoyed roughousin' 
with the 150 lb football team and 
was one of the first m the comp to 
earn a letter After Injuries sidelined 
him, he spent his time keeping in 
shape for the girls After '85 with the 
Hap, Mork spent '86 with family, 
friends, and his truck The part own- 
er of J and G's bar happily joined 
the construction business (CEC) 
which suited him and his truck nice- 
ly Good luck tothe only guy I'd let 
wear my Jacket 



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ALFRED R. JACKSON III 

Burlington. Wisconsin 
"Action" Jackson (w/Kung Fu Grip) 
arrived at USNA as a plebe JG Miss- 
ing the luxuries ot tiome and nature, 
tie invented tiis own luxuries ttie 
"stiower-batti" and imitation snow- 
flakes (tiow sweetl) A true plebe 
at hieart, his life would not be com- 
plete without plebe detail, he 
found it rewarding, for he received 
personal satisfaction as well as a 
fiancee' In nanoseconds, he lost his 
"Rung Fu Grip" on First Class Year, 
for the enjoyment of the finer things 
in life became his aim He conduct- 
ed his own "solo-flights" in his F-18 
"Toyota Celico GT" to Mindy's 
house Best wishes to you and 
Mindyi Fly high for The Morine 
Corps! Until next time — Nanu Nanui 
SAW 





THOMAS J. JUDGE 

Brick Town. New Jersey 
T J, came from Brick Town in hopes 
of becoming a college football 
player Hompered with injuries, he 
finally lettered 2/C year. During the 
'King Pens' stay here he was a 
proud partner of J & G's Friday 
night youngster bar which later be- 
came the J & G weekend suite. His 
musical tastes were enriched with 
the addition of country-may Hank 
Jr live forever Good times like 
adding Timmy J, to our co for the 
A/N game won't be forgotten Ser- 
vice Selection was a tough choice 
until Tommie gazed at the pilot's 
leather jacket and noticed their un- 
usually long hair Best of luck to you 
as a Jet Jock and remember to put 
the cap on the toothpaste MAG 



JAYSON L. JACKSON 

Florence. Alabama 
Jay brought his southern accent to 
Canoe U from Alabama, Traveling 
with the Glee Club too much for his 
own good, he really did join the 
Navy and see the world A firm be- 
liever that bull majors are people 
too, he spent his evenings visiting 
the Brigade Jay's most valuable 
lesson learned while at USNA was 
during his tour as a Plebe Summer 
squad leader After Echo Company 
slept through PEP ("the bells didn't 
go off, Honest!), Coach Lenz philos- 
ophized, "Gentlemen, if the GQ 
alarm on your ship does not go off, 
don't worry about ifi" Jay will prob- 
ably pipe his favorite Christian mu- 
sic into his NFO headphones Goo- 
ber soys Heyi 





EDWARD S. KNAPP 

Palm Harbor. Florida 
Ed came to us from sunny FL after 
brief stmt in the EF Corps Plebe C 
of an apathetic Class, Ed was ne 
er around to take the heat Unfc 
tunately his roommate was, 4 
year began his track career t 
only as a 3/c did Ed discover tl 
benefits of modern chemistry Ac 
demies weren't easy but he s^ 
vived as a Physics/Oceanogi 
phy/Phy Sci major A man of t( 
words and even fewer girlfriend 
Ed pidyed the field in his love life 
finally found his true love though 
his '78 Vette Ed'll be back in FL' 
P-Cola Best Wishes to the only c' 
who could put up with me for 4-i 
and the neat half of the room 



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ERIC S. LITTLE 

Mechanicsville. Virginia 
Eric (Bubby shroom) Little's hardest 
time wtiile at the Academy was 
plebe year. "Sir, you have an IP on 
your back " 3/c year saw Eric in a 
new uniform shorts, white T-shirt 
and walkman Erie soon established 
himself as an academic stud, earn- 
ing three 4 00 semesters 2/c year 
brought out his sense of duty as 
company academic officer, "Sign 
the log or read about it " First class 
cruise convinced Eric that down 
there is where the fun is and after 
ending his stay at USNA as a regi- 
mental striper, he joined the dolphin 
community Admiral McKee 
couldn't ha\/e chosen anyone finer 
nor anyone more dedicated to na- 
val service 



DANIEL V. MACINNIS 

AI<ron. Ohio 

As Gl Dan. the RECON MAN, Dan 
hurdled through plebe year If he 
wasn't in the pool, Dan was in the 
library enroute to the highest QPI? in 
the company 3/c year saw Gl in- 
volved in swimming, judo, karate 
and his ever-present model air- 
planes. Many a seagull barely es- 
caped his plane's wrath 2/c year 
saw Dan almost finishing his major, 
into the VGEP program, and 4 big 
stripes for 1/c year. After a semes- 
ter in brigade striper-land, he casu- 
ally went to U. Md for fun and a 
masters Since Dan was so good at 
engineering and not a master of 
colors, he naturally went ED in spite 
of his gunginess Quite a future is in 
store for Gl 



TIMOTHY J. MACKENZIE 

Brownsburg. Indiana 
Tim came to Navy with jeans on his 
hips, a flannel shirt on his back, and 
flying on his mind. From plebe year 
to his last. Tim proved himself on the 
150-lber's gridiron. As a hard hitting 
DE. he broke more fingers than he 
blocked passes, but he earned '1st 
team honors With 1/c year came 
civies and serv select. I suggested 
he invest in a pink button-down 
and a pair of penny loafers paying 
them off with a nuke bonus He 
didn't take my advice, but I forgive 
him b/c he made me sub-cdr. As 
co-cdr. he took a hold of the reins 
and drove us safely home to grad 
Tim left Navy with a bike under his 
hips, green on his back, and flying 
as his future WDC 



ANTHONY MCKINNEY 

Newport. Rhode Islond 
The Newport native adapted well 
to the life here. Although plebe 
year didn't pass without its share of 
setbacks. Anthony survived and 
even made a name for himself. So 
much so that the 'Dant & Supe is- 
sued special invitations to spend 
three summers here as a resilient 
scholar. Narrowly missing the Supe's 
list one semester after another 
didn't dispirit Anthony. Taking his 
athletic prowess to the squash 
courts earned him four letters & 
proved his value to the team With 
those hardeorned grades in hand, 
he was cautious about Navy Air 
After getting the billet, he let loose 
It's been great. Here's to you and 
your future. Anthony. MFM 




^ J (HIPP CHAEL F. MORRISSEY 

:■ •; :onomowoc. Wisconsin 

.—■,:" ."IS" the faces of Plebe Summer 

'',,^:^'::-: ■ ned into the friends and person- 

'^^.':s'- '.''®s of Ac Yr . Mike's visage be- 

^', ...,;••-■-■ ''i^s a gregarious one around the 

■-;'--:■; impany His three years of brutal 

..,■■;:■■ '-^ workouts, weight-cutting. 

■-■ < 3 abstinence from typical Spring 

bak mischief finally seemed 

^rthwhile upon election to the 

fsition of Team Captain, with 

; • .: .-r tse letters under his belt. (Plebes 

;■._:■ CTf letter in Crew) Perplexed 

c;r the decision between NFC 

c a Nuke, the Physicist realized he 

^ s in love with the atom, and 

V nted to "sea" it work in the anti- 

^ platforms of Uncle Sam. Smart 

c lice. Mike, you're a credit to the 

,-;•■?;- S marine Community. AM 



DAVID A. PETRI 

Waterloo. Illinois 

Dave never believed the adminis- 
tration when they said, "you don't 
have to major in Aerospace Engi- 
neering to flyl" Nevertheless, his 
QPR was up there with the best of 
them Although he insisted he never 
studied that hard, there had to be 
some reason his eyes went bad 
The back seat won't be so terrible. 
When Dave wasn't putting away 
the Busch on weekends, he was out 
on his motorcycle (Oops, they 
weren't supposed to knowl). But 
Dave is most proud of his USNA 
Snoring Award This guy sounds like 
a lawn mower that backfires. 

Overall, Dave's just a really fun guy 
Just ask "Piggy" if you don't be- 
lieve me Hey to Gooberi 



MICHAEL LEE SCHEIERN 

Huffman, Texds 

Mike comes from the BIG state of 
Texas. And with him he brought a 
lot of BIG stories about good friends 
and good times He was proud of 
where he came from and where he 
was going- MARINE CORPS, Baby! It 
was just getting from one place to 
the other that was the problem. 
Electric circuits and differential 
equations didn't interest him much, 
but jumping from on airplane and a 
future career did. Mike is a true pa- 
triot who would do anything for his 
country and his friends Godspeed 
and Semper Fil 



STEPHEN M. SHAW 

Tulsd. Oklahoma 

Steve came to the Academy from 
Tulsa Oklahoma planning to fly but 
eventually chose the Marine Corps 
Where else can you get paid to 
spend time in the woods? Steve did 
well academically and chose 
powerlifting as his athletic pursuit 
All Steve needs is his Bronco. 
Amoco credit card, and a little 
Dead The open road is fine for him 
Steve has covered a lot of ground 
in the great outdoors, including 
some prime upstate N.Y. territory, 
and is destined to cover much 
more By the way, the white rat's 
name was Barbachew, or some- 
thing like that. Good luck Steve, 
SJG 



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THOMAS L. TONAN 

Downey. Caiiforma 
Tom came to USNA from southern 
CA via Northwestern Prep, (with 
fond memories of oatmeal and Mr 
Hoiby) Piebe summer with Yuen 
and Blundetto went by quick for 
Tom. However. Piebe year with his 
good friend 2/c Lyons did not go 
by quick enough. Tom eventually 
overcame difficulties with Piebe 
year and settled into academics 
Though Tom struggled through on 
AC Board and those many late- 
nights with Pro Courses during his 
first three years, he survived to 
make it to l/c vea^ °^^ graduate 
with an English major Now it's on to 
the Corps'' Good luck and best 
of wishes to you and Karen in the 
future. 



FIFTEENTH COMPANY 



STEPHEN J. VARANI 

Staten Island. New York 
Steve left his humble home in Stat- 
en Island to be a Navy pilot, but 
had to settle tor the backseat. He 
left behind the love of his life, Joan, 
and found the new love of his life, 
Diane, and then Kim, and then Julie, 
and then Everyone got along 

well with Steve once they got used 
to him "bustin' their chops", and his 
late night karate sessions with 
Spence "You got it Johnny " Steve 
was also great at studying all night 
long, especially when it came to 
the per? Who says it only comes 
once a year' And who can forget 
sleeping through all those forma- 
tions Good luck Steve, hope you 
find your pen in Pensacola SFC 




SPENCE A. WADE 

Memphis. Tennessee 
Spence, having spent a year at 
NAPS, was no stranger to discipline 
and hard work when he entered 
USNA A native of Dallas, he was a 
devout Cowboy fan And his re- 
ceptions during the 1985 Brigade 
Ltwt football championship season 
would have mode Drew Pearson 
proud. Although his hard work paid 
oft in the classroom, his mam em- 
phasis was on his friends and on the 
less tangible things such as profes- 
sionalism and leadership Spence 
was definite Corps material all the 
way, but it took a letter from the 
Nuke Power selection board to 
convince him Just a note to the girl 
who finally hooks him - What, is the 
girl crazy!?! Semper Fi! See yo in the 
FMF, bud. 

416 • CLASS OF 1986 



NORMAN WEAKLAND 

Detroit. Mictiigan 

I did not want to room with this man 
, . , A native of Detroit, he was 
known for his mellow leadership 
style, and quiet compassion. We 
were the masters of roommate 
roulette, and the confrontation 
seemed too great During the year 
we've become good friends, 
spending much time together ter- 
minating, blowing off academics, 
and the usual B S. "See what I'm 
saying''" In the process. Norm gave 
up his aero major, and his week- 
ends. Somehow, Norm found time 
for romance, and he gave away his 
freedom for a babe, and a ring 
Norm will become a Navy pilot I 
wish him luck, and a big family 
CWD 




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JOSEPH F. BARRON IV 

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 
Joe came to the Academy from 
the City of Brotherly Love by way ot 
Orlando and NAPS Plebe year 
would have been cake for Joe if he 
could have kept his eyes in the 
Qoat He planned to "sail" through 
the Academy and pick up an EE 
degree along the way, but ron into 
ough weather second class year 
3nd opted to join the brotherhood 
^irst class year found Joe almost 
iinglehandedly financing the Visa 
3nd Mastercard corporations. After 
3 losing battle with Admiral M., Joe 
Jecided on Surface Line Good 
jck buddy and I wish you all the 
jest in the fleet and in the future 



JEFFREY K. BENNETT 

Woodlake. California 
If man learns from his mistakes, then 
Smudge is a most learned man 
Thru Marine SL's (sit HERE Bennett) & 
Dahlgren (leave me alone, I'm 
tired), the sinusoidal mood curve 
hos endured His thirst for knowl- 
edge (among other things) about 
math (34' 2), athletics (jock straps), 
geography (swilling spots), and 
anatomy (noses), has proven his 
determination Despite the FBI, box- 
ing roommates, and yellow ice, he 
met a clean-livmg girl with a power- 
ful Hoover & taste in fashion boxers 
Good luck Jeff If Calif falls into the 
sea, we'll know why CFM 



MICHAEL A. BLUMENBERG 

Milwaukee. Wisconsin 
Bloom came to us in July '82 after 
the Wis tundra thawed enough for 
travel, Mike took advantage of all 
the Academy had to offer and with 
hard work, dedicated study, and a 
myriad of sit-ups, he walked away 
with a coveted Ocean Eng. de- 
gree and larger handles. Star mem- 
ber of the scuba club brought Mike 
his dive pin and the perfect billet for 
a guy that should have webbed 
feet Weekend trips to the aquari- 
ums found him with his face pressed 
against the glass of a fish tank and 
an occasional date with a crab. 
Thank God for Gidget, without her 
Mike may have gotten stars. Best of 
luck Mikei - - PH'.V - - 



ROBERT J. BURGER 

Ames. Iowa 

Originally from S. Africa, Booby 
shared with us some of his eccentric 
tastes and some we could even 
stomach (rusks). His hand-eye coor- 
dination, manual dexterity, and 
overall athletic prowess earned him 
the nickname baby brahma bull. He 
personifies what this place is all 
obout leadership Boobs has 

perfected the complicated art of 
mixing leadership by contrast with 
leadership by intimidation. He also 
managed to study his way to a 2. 1 
in OE and a SWO billet. We can't 
wait to hear about all that probably 
never happened to you in Japan! 
Good luck. Bob. 




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(ENN E. CAMPBELL 

atontown. New Jersey 
J)nn came to USNA from o small 
aiurb of exit 8 on the Jersey Turn- 
ae Since he liked punching type- 
Jter keys better than calculator 
j tons, he majored in History. Dur- 
fifst class year, Glenn pushed 
fjoer for half the Brigade as 'Men- 
t Admin,' and then encored by 
d;hing some more as Company 
flnin His weeks were spent be- 
t|9en Sampson Hall and the rack, 
cj j his weekends on the road be- 
t sen USNA and a certain small 
sjool in western Virginia Ignoring 
t| bribes of the Nukes, Glenn went 
^5 in the hopes of joining his 
dfher in the P-3 microwave busi- 
r^s Fly Navy! 



RUBEN CARRIEDO 

Palos Hills, Illinois 

"The Bear" came to us from Illinois 
by way of NAPS with a positively 
perky personality Ruben's primary 
goal at USNA was never in doubt, 
though he suffered through several 
drought periods By "lifting weights 
in ever-increasing ratios to build his 
already massive bod." he hoped to 
lure that perfect woman into his life 
("Baby, you got beautiful eyes") 
Car . Carri Lopez got more 
than his share of "good Navy 
deals" but always managed to pull 
through Ruben sets high goals for 
himself and will someday achieve 
them all. May you always have a 
spring in your step, Ruben, and 
thanks for cleaning the room MMM 



MICHAEL P. DALGETTY 

Devils Elbow. Missouri 
Mike came to us from Devils Elbow 
with hay in his hair thinking that the 
grass was greener in Maryland The 
joys of USNA convinced him to give 
up his sordid lifestyle and take a 
tour through academic majors. 2/c 
year saw Mike forego the pleasures 
of Mech E to pursue the finer art of 
Pre-med oceanography. This di- 
verse background prepared him to 
change his mind once more as Mike 
went Navy air Whatever "Touch- 
down" Dalgetty attempted, he 
could always be counted on to 
give his best. Good luck Buddy - - - 
don't flashback in the cockpit. 
MMM 



RICHARD W. DEAN 

Crownsville. Maryland 
Ricky came to us knowing a bit 
more than we about what was 
awaiting '86 His spirit, strength, and 
smarts helped him get by. Ac-year 
brought a raging '84, and the 
brethren got him through to O.C. 
Enter Pammy. and youngster year 
was spent in pursuit Someone 
found his trunk, so he had to get 
dressed up for a few days Second 
class year brought the flames and 
the bonuses, but any good they did 
made it bearable As Company 
Commander he developed a good 
signature Homebody happiness set 
in. and he and Pom have already 
bought the furniture God bless 
them and make our paths cross 
always IOQ1 



16TH COMPANY • 417 



ERNEST E. DELL III 

Redding. California 
Ted came to us from Redding. Ca 
Who would have known that in four 
years he would exchange his bag- 
gies and sandals for a pair of Cami's 
and boots? After trying several 
sports, Ted finally found his home in 
the Karate Club, which was great 
until he began practicing his moves 
on us, Ted had a great advantage 
over the rest of us in that his girl- 
friend lived just down the hall until 
she graduated The hardest part 
for Ted may be leaving. He has col- 
lected so much junk, that he needs 
a truck to go along with his station 
wagon just to move out Good 
luck, Ted, in fulfilling your lifelong 
ambition to fly GHS 




PETER T. DIETRICH 

Little Rock. Arkansas 
The metal, the worm, Oscar, the 
nuke tan just might hide the scars if 
not, the SS will. We've shared a # 
of things besides a room here of the 
factory We discovered a # of swill- 
ing spots in Annapolis thanks to the 
old grandfather clause but we 
were never empty-handed It be- 
gan Parent's Weekend and is 
planned well into the future 
(N.F.C,)- too bad a few of his wom- 
en won't get in. About mistakes, 

he's rri : '--.v- extended trips to 

the ic iissing trees the 
hard .■, . misaimed shots 
and a fev, ;::y every once in 
a while. Arkansos, you've got one 
comin bock at ya - - - NAP 



418 • CLASS OF 1986 



FIFTEENTH 
COMPANY 



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ROBERT S. EWING 

Riclimond. Virginia 
Rob came to USNA from Jackson- 
y* ville only to discover that he was 
\ chasing the grandfather clause. 
( Lucky for Rob, he had enrolled in 
t two colleges — USNA and Goucher, 
Js enabling him to find some enter- 
tainment (bubble kisses) on the 
weekends Rob casually wrecked 
many women's lives on his forays 
and it wasn't until the Bundewitz 
that he settled down for more than 
a month. Every weekend, roadtrip, 
and teleportation with Rob was an 
experience to remember, even if 
he didn't I'll be seeing you and 
George down the rood — thanks for 
"* keeping me out of trouble (Club 
602) and may your body always 
get you to the beer MMM 



PERKINS 





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JOSEPH J. HASSENFELDT 

Naugatuck. Connecticut 
Joey arrived at USNA with greal 
ambitions, straight from the cav- 
erns of Naugy During Plebe year 
Joey delved into every aspect oi 
USNA life, majoring in Oceanogra- 
phy, beer drinking, and keeping 
brethren squared away. During 
third class year, he discovered girl; 
and added a new dimension to hi; 
life. Barely escaping a Condud 
Board, he made it to second das; 
year where he helped skim the 
scum. Finally, Anne got him and he 
skated through first class year on i 
stripes, perfecting the art of squcn 
dering US tax dollars Despite all this 
Joey is a super person and we ex- 
pect him to meet with nothing bu' 
success 



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TIM M. KERSEY 

Bethel. Mane 

"AT." Tim Kersey is the man re- 
sponsible for 90% of the rumors 
about D & B We both ran the Penn- 
I sylvania 5000 at Harnsburg in '85 
We both lost While serving those 
i20DR (I got 30). he stood two 
MOOW watches as D & B Subcom- 
monder So in one 4-day stretch, he 
jstood in restriction muster on the 1st 
jand 3rd days, and inspected the 
I muster on the 2nd and 4th days 
I Away from Navy and D & B flags. 
jTim made an occasional trip to 
iHood College, looking for another 
["Domestic" weekend He's sur- 
ivived all of this and is going to fly for 
jNovy Let's just hope that the alter- 
pator light in his P-3 doesn't stay on 
■GRM 



PAUL JOHN CHARLES KWOKA 

Sacramento. California 
Pauli came straight from high school 
to USNA He would ^Q\/e surfed, but 
the plane was cheaper '83 and '84 
dubbed him a favorite early on. but 
he didn't let it kill him Herndon 
came none too soon, and brought 
a quiet youngster year Second 
class year brought La Tierra del 
Fuego. bonuses, and hard work 
Fun was always just a "few" pho- 
tons away Paul cruised as a Firstie. 
in the P I and here His motto was 
"Two in the hand, or a quart in the 
bush." Pray. Brethern. that long- 
term high-risk investments can and 
will pay high dividends ''143' 



GREGORY W. LAWRENCE 

LaPorte. Colorado 
The Psychotic Pineapple achieved 
self-actualization in Colorado and 
set out on a pilgrimage to USNA 
where he made the transition from 
peacenik to warrior Mr. Gullible 
made up for his lack of common 
sense by breezing through the 
worst the Systems Engineering 
Dept could ofter Greg also set 
company standards in fine clothes, 
automobiles, and women (She- 
lobi). The Brigade S & IVI rep had his 
problems at Goucher (it was beer, 
wasn't if) but was always ready to 
party Good luck at NASA and be- 
yond. Greg— hope you make it to 
Mars (if you haven't made it yet) 
MMM 



DAVID A. LEMEK 

Davenport. Iowa 

Despite being well into his third de- 
cade of life upon arrival here at the 
Academy, the Old Man never 
ceased to amaze us with his energy 
and determination Whether it was 
rowing crew, boxing, or striving for 
academic excellence. Lem gave 
everything 100% And through it all, 
he served as an example of maturi- 
ty, flexibility, and levelheadedness 
to the rest of us Armed with a nev- 
er-ending supply of Rolaids and his 
unique mildmannered approach to 
life, there is little doubt that Dove 
will excel in life, whether flying jets, 
working for the Peace Corps, or 
selling shoes for Kinney 




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3HN M. MAFFEI 

ie Bronx. New York 
:Uff has been an interminable 
.urce of entertainment with his 
,3ntlemanly manners ("and this is 
.Dnson Rd I?"), eloquence and 
,)od looks He showed us the 
I'artland of America-The S. Bronx! 
ter Hunts Pt we understand his 
.ste in women John had 3 good 
ars in "The Cove," where no 
sekend passed w/o the guide's 
;id chains, tight Jordache jeans, 
'^ns Am and his 'stache Then John 
I cided to change his major (nice 
;)rs). his name (thanx for telling 
t,) and finally project College Park 
fake my keg Bud!) Hope your 
S)und crew is as thorough as you 
(. pe down John!), Best of Luck-RJB 



CHESTER F. MAKUCH 

Wilkes-Barre. Pennsylvania 
Chet came to us from the scenic 
coal country We got used to his 
unique hairline, and he let us in on a 
few things-his method of revenge, 
for instance Why else would he 
leave topes in his roommate's lock- 
er for formals plebe year'' Chet had 
a real tough time picking at service 
selection, but decided on surface. 
He'll probably have the whole pa- 
cific fleet playing Global Thermonu- 
clear War if he goes near a com- 
puter, but he will probably still be 
having formals on Saturday morn- 
ings Call me sometime and we'll 
split a bottle of Tango JKB 



MATTHEW M. MALLOY 

Norfolk. Virginia 

Matt came to the USNA via most 
any Navy town Despite concerns 
of possible Anorexia. Matt survived 
plebe summer Being the casual 
academican. he selected the Poli- 
Sci major, and established himself 
as the King of Current Affairs Matt's 
love life was less illustrious, as he 
was often torn between getting a 
sure thing or an Army thing With 
the Voluntary Go Easy Program, this 
"horizontal civilian" shirked all mili- 
tary and academic responsibility 
Ultimately, the security (i.e. cosh) of 
becoming a Surface Nuke led Matt 
to the sea Mr Poll-Sci-VGEP-NATO- 
Sword-Nuke. I wish you smooth sail- 
ing and a prosperous career. 



DAVID M. MCGEE 

Winctiester. Mass. 

Scooter, one of the more mature 
individuals to attend the Academy, 
He took to this place like Cubans to 
cigars Active member of the Edwin 
Diamond Fan Club, inventor of the 
"Moment of Christmas," and two 
years rowing for the crew team 
didn't deter him from achieving 
several 4.0 semesters He taught us 
the real man's way of treating 
women, and if we listened to him 
the world would be less populated 
Good Luck as a surface warrior and 
an EDO. Does that stand for exten- 
sive days onboard, or extra days 
off? 



15TH COMPANY • 419 



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MICHAEL K. NAPOLITANO 

Commack. New York 
Nap floated in from diversified Long 
Island in a lead balloon and went 
over just about like that botti on 
and off ttie track. Hung over'' Nev- 
er better!! His affinity tor orientals 
never died- just ctianged mediums 
The only reason for NFO was the big 
pockets for Buds and the fact that 
his hands would be free to drink 
'em VOUZ GOOIM! Roadies with 
Craig and Chuck and then . . . LAU- 
DERDALE!! '■ How many were 
there? 3 or 4? If you count the big 
ones it's probably 5 or 6! Common 
all!! I never will forgive you for the 
first one! Living with a redneck'' 
Whooo Pig!! I PTD 



RICHARD H. PRICE 

Sicklerville. New Jersey 
(vionday. is it the weekend yet? 
What did I do last WE, I can't re- 
member it was only yesterday. Hey 
guys, I've found her, she's the one- 
really, at least I think so. You've just 
met Rich- a true rep of the group 
three BDHS's. He has a condition 
classified as pilotitis for his pilot-ess 
A true fly-boy from the beginning. 
Rich chose to learn how to build 
planes before he flew and walked 
out of USNA with a degree in Aero- 
space Eng, JEEP! cant forget 

the Jeep-soccer fields and moving 
houses, it goes anywhere except . 
. Best of luck, you're safer in a plane 
than behind a wheel. Watch your 
six. RHW 



BARTON B. ROPER 

Orange. Califronia 
Bart came to this school in the east 
from sunny So Cal via Pitt , Pa 
With plenty of experience with the 
beautiful California girls, Bart is nev- 
er without a girl or two . or three . 
or four After o tough plebe year, 
Bart continued to mature through 
the next 3 years to become our 
illustrious 15th Co, Cdr It hasn't 
been an easy battle but he 
reoched his goal to fly for the Navy 
as an NFO Bart was active in hock- 
ey his first 2 years and now is an 
aspiring triathlete He is slowly but 
surely becoming an iron man. Let's 
see the ripples in your stomach 
Bart! Bart will be a fine flight officer 
(if he doesn't get airsick first) and 
will make the Academy proud 
Good Luck Bart! 



ANTHONY J. A. SANNICOLAS 

Santa Rita. Guam '< 

Following a year of partying one 
learning English at NAPS, Ton\ 
showed up of USNA with a smile 
that always kept his upperclos 
wondering what he knew that thev 
didn't. Despite his playing of Major 
Roulette and his claim that "I don' 
have the time," the Chomorro Kic 
still managed to get out and mee 
the local talent on weekends, Ser 
vice Selection brought a minor mir 
acle as the Fiesta Squad Dadd' 
landed the only billet on a ship ho 
meported in Guam Somehow it 
hard picturing him hard at work wit! 
the beach so close. Look for Tony ii 
the future - he's aiming for the gov 
ernorship of Guam. 




GEORGE H. SLOOK 

Moorestown. New Jersey 
George came to us from the wilds 
of New Jersey with a slight advan- 
tage — his girlfriend came along 
tool After abusing himself as a Sys- 
tems Major for a year & a half, 
George decided to prove to the 
world that a Math Major really is 
tough. As a second generation 
member of the Edwin Diamond fan 
club. George excelled at sleeping 
past the 5 minute chow call. His ac- 
complishments as a sailor are un- 
paralleled, lust ask him! Being team 
captain "leant a lot to him. a lot 
more stripes than he would have 
gotten otherwise! Remember 
George, just fly em like Chuck 
would and you'll be a dude! Good 
Luck and watch your six! EED 



R. SCOTT STARSMAN 

McLean. Virginia 

Namrats came to USNA from the 
distant town of McLean eager to 
begin his illustrious naval career 
Scott breezed through academics 
on the strength of his all-night study 
policy An experience with a burn- 
ing bush youngster year changed 
his life forever as Scott was the first 
to buy the marriage farm Sordid 
weekend experiences were re- 
placed by furniture sales and shop- 
ping for the family car Since cer- 
tain local females challenged his 
ability to command a submarine 
against a "horde of Russians," 
Scott decided to join the skimmer 
navy Goodbye for now Friend — 
see you and the woman in Califor- 
nia MMM 



STEVEN M. URBINA 

Elk Grove. Illinois 

"Bean-head" arrived at USNA. af- 
ter a brief glimpse of the real Navy. 
Following an uneventful plebe year, 
he excelled in gymnastics On the 
rings, he gave onlookers an appre- 
ciation for his strength and grace, 
which set the standard for others 
Brown flannel pj's, tigerclaw feet, 
overwhelming gases and heat, and 
the phrase "Have you prayed 
about it?" will long remain in our 
memories of him His faith is the mo- 
tivating factor in his life, and he ra- 
diates a peace and strength that is 
not his own He will continue to glori- 
fy the Lord as he accepts his dual 
commission, and joins the ranks of 
those who bring honor to the Corps 



JOHN M. WALLS 

Byrom. New Jersey 
John came from the fabled land c 
Jersey after a year with the wron 
service down in Williomsburc 
Though culturally deprived by th 
walls of Bancroft, he managed t 
find solace by keeping a permc 
nent tab in a certain imported bet 
establishment Mr Curious hod the 
unique way of walking and talkin 
that always made him look good- 
not just because he had ugly roor 
mates. Wallsy. being the compar 
socialite, always had connectior 
for the weekend John kept th 
Marine Corps tradition alive in 15' 
company — Auf Wiederseh'n Johi 
and may your life be one long 0( 
toberfest, MMM 



420 • CLASS OF 1986 



'•S*NNlcouj 



ONARD A. ZIMMERMANN III 

entervilie. Ohio 

;nny arrived in Annapolis from the 
eathtaking state of Ohio After a 
;ugh piebe year (Ac-Boards), Zip- 
■' found his nnain goal graduating 
im this place If someone ever 
anted to find him, all they had to 
' was check Nimitz or the Varsity 
ccer field. What he lacked in Ac- 
■lemic Ability. Len made up with 
irslstance. His mild-mannered at- 
Jde was known throughout the 
■mpany and loved by all the 

I >bes On Service Selection Night, 

I I chose Surface Line. Whatever 
' ) future holds for Len, we're sure 
I vili be a bright one He will take 
finy friends and memories with 
f 1 when he leaves. I can only 
>' 3e you have the best of luck in 
r "folk and wish both you and your 
l< y-friend. Stacey, the best BBR 



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ROBERT H. WARNOCK 

Elma. New York 

Rob graduates (hopefullyi) as a 
proud member of the scientific 
brotherhood Thus he lived on the 
2.0 edge, and defined studying as 
consecutive all-nighters before fin- 
als Thank God for coffee, nicotine, 
and (oh yesi) No Doze Still, Rob 
had to convince the Supe ("How 
did you get into this hole''") to let 
him stay another semester- twice. 
That was easy The real challenge, 
and his life ambition, is charming ev- 
ery female within range of his sweet 
talking snake's tongue Now, Rob 
has to B S his way off the high seas 
and into the air Best of luck , Rob' - - 
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CRAIG A. ATKINSON 

Savannah. Georgia 
Craig Atkinson (Ack) came to the 
Naval Academy after chillin' for a 
year at Naps An All American run- 
ning back in 150's. earning two let- 
ters, he also excelled in other activ- 
ities "Where's the party?" Yo 
Ack, remember Or Sally, those 
were the days And Cuz, remember 
those Friday nights playing b-ball 
and mixing records, thank God for 
2 You'll always be one of the fel- 
os (gentlemen out n about with all 
the clout). 




REBECCA L. BACZUK 

Salt Lake City. Utah 
I: Adios God's Country granola. 
crew, the barn Saturdays hang; 
10. coffee I threw my math book 
at Debbie's head I can't help it! 
everything's a mess' II Crew Jake, 
Nan saunasagas Chick'n Ruth's 
Quigley idolatry penthouse. Ag- 
nes f^ike if I knew the way . . . Di, 
hang: 16, the organic bun. Seattle, 
III Beth, crew Lynne Jake'n El- 
wood. FATBOYI Fran. JT Agnes, 
hang 18. Bob Poor Kahlua. IF YOU 
DON'T HAVE GOOD DREAMS, BA- 
GEL gum and creamer. Rebel 
Yelli smokestack Mr MC/VISA IV: 
Fear and Loathing in LV, Agne- 
s/HAT silver bullets red piranha, 
hey # 1 nothing's easy thaw'd god 
FATBOYII. THE DINER crew talking 
horse torpor Fran's midrat. long, 
strange trip . 



16TH COMPANY • 421 



RUDY R. BOJO 

Virginia Beach. VA 
BOJ came to us form VA BCH with 
high expectations, settling on a 
rack major— comp sci minor After 
a viking cruise to Bermudo he 
chilled in the Quota Crib with the 
brothers, 2/c year brought Rudy 
under the core of 7260 with his af- 
finity for dairy products and the rek- 
nowned Force-sub-BOJ legs During 
these years the Rabbit met the 
Terp, Rudy hit the deck plates run- 
ning 1/c year with a record-setting 
.38 QPR due to excessive study ses- 
sions at UM (who was Ac Ofcr any- 
way'') Major Motion will soon be re- 
placed by FFG-2 in San Diego with 
his lady, bringing the NAV another 
fi/Se surface warrior See you in 31 



ALFRED M. BROCH JR. 

Alameda, California 
Nice ears! Al was a little naive I 
think the first time he crossed the 
street alone was 1-Day I helped him 
with everything from cuff links to 
cumberbunds What he lacked in 
experience he made up for with 
enthusiasm. First was Lynne. a cun- 
ning girl who lead Al around like a 
puppy Once she ran him so fast he 
wound up with a S250 speeding 
ticket Next was Chris, a giant leap 
down in class Ask him about their 
weekend in "Hotel Bancroft," 
Movement orders to Boston are 
awesome Vive la Crew! Good luck 
my friend 



BRETT W. CALKINS 

San Diego. California 
ODE TO COr?KER 

His name is young Corker, he came 
from S D,-His nose is quite large from 
fighting with glee / Many a bimbi 
Corker has had-And sometimes 
he's had them on other folks pod / 
If folks should find out. young Corker 
could die-He doesn't core as on- 
lookers spy / With his Visa card he's 
paid quite a price-For the ward- 
robe he got from Miami Vice Being 
a history major must be very nice- 
But courses with numbers equals 
summer school twice / Young 
Corker, young Corker, singing the 
blues- He's often been known to 
gamble and lose, AMEN 



STUART B. CRAIG 

Rye. New Hampshire 
Stuuu, Ooo. Stubaier Gletscher 
bahn Laundry stud Ram's Rod , 
BOQ Wknds G-Town Damn Van , 
kee New Hampshinte Argentinr 
Connection, Nurse Corps Cdr Flor' 
encia Sandra Kelly Cindy Karen 7- 
Happy Hour , , Amateur moratfi 
oner How 'bout a race next week 
Bloxlox IP's Sooner or later you 
go EGE USNA endless summer , 
Peanutbutter & lettuce , Flooi 
space a AU w/AI a 3am Negatr^ 
You're all worthless & weak Star^ 
ing Artist & Professional Tourist Salt 
Sam? , Sloabs & Bimmers Pa\ ,, 
bock sucks! 'mon back! Hod' dc ) 
Block party It's 2am Where's Stu jl 
He's on the phone She calle 
again. Thanks, family & friends, fa 
your support the whole way W 
made it! 




KAREN E. FREEMAN 

Horseheads. New York 
Freebird comes from the country if 
there is such a thing in NY To her 
the first year at USNA was similar if 
not more daring than the typical 
college But problems orose-even 
her 2/c and 3/c elements fell in 
love Dieting, sunbathing, watching 
t,v,, chasing males, shoping, and 
just simply having fun ore her goals 
Funny times- one restriction muster, 
drill exempt, spring break Fl, young- 
ster cruise (swimming w/the seals), 
penthouse parties Destination = 
California w/ the perfect CEC job 
If she can rrioke Annapolis wild and 
successful the'es no telling what 
she'll do in Cal The perfect roo- 
mate. buddies we are, and fun 
times we've had 



CLARK B. FREISE 

Racine, Wisconsin 
CB sailed into Crab Town from that 
great arm of the sea- Wisconsin, 
funny geography it you ask me 
Clark came to USNA to sail and 
study oceanography He did well 
on the second and is still working to 
find himself on the first Oh well it 
got Clark out of drill and thots the 
important thing Among CB's great 
accomplishments here have been 
Trident Scholar Brigade nose boxing 
champion and the title of Toast as 
a DB at football CB is also one of 
the partiers, he is the only one I 
know who can have a wild night 
out and still be in by twelve Hey CB, 
that girl from Maryland was proba- 
bly only joking about a boyfriend 
Love Donna and Cheech 



BERNARD M. GATELV 

Kansas City, fylissoun 
ODE TO BERNIE 

Bernie showed up from K C M O 
With biting sarcasm and sharp wit in 
tow-Herry and Craig, Cheech and 
Chet Roomotes that Bernie will nev- 
er forget-During plebe summer the 
oath he did shout-Drowning the rest 
of our voices right out / Not a big 
drinker of lagers and ale-But a lover 
of sports, especially Bird and 
McHale / Triple B must have 
thought we were jestm-When he 
saw the blood board, designed by 
Mike Testen / He stuck with his 
physics, the victories the spoils-God 
Bless him for loving the K City Royals 
/ To 16th company a welcome od- 
dition-How could you hate the 
'family' morticion,-Amen 



ARTHUR H. HALE 

Emmaus. Pennsylvania 
Art come to NAVY dreaming ab(t 
flying jets Plebe year Art learrf) 
MURPHYS LAWS the hard wf 
Youngster year he got into is 
swimming routine (early to ro ■ 
early to rise) Besides swimming 's 
conquests included girls from Mo 
to Florida and across the seoo 
Sweden Gotta watch out for the 
drunks making U-turns from the nit 
lane 4 years of chow packages* 
in his locker All his hard work wasM 
in vain as he finally got his 3 striss 
l/cyear MechE lost out quick! 
Poli-Z's Thanks for a great 2 y(fS 
up in the penthouse Ho-sale. G'^ 
luck in those jets! -VERM 



422 • CLASS OF 1986 



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COMPANY 



TIMOTHY R. HOLLEY 

Camden. Arkansas 
ODE TO UMBO 

Timbo the Bimbo came from Cam- 
den A R the place he wrecked his 
14 grond car / Young Bimbo. 
young Bimbo, he's so slow in the 
morning- especially when Peele 
comes in without warning On Sesa- 
me Street, he watches Bert and Er- 
nie, I'm not suprised that he lived 
with Bulletin Board Bernie, The 
Bimbo, the girls he goes out with all 
Arkonsos sweeties- I'm suprised he 
can concentrate while eating his 
wheaties / The Bimbo, a master 
with current and wires- a tube, o 
wave the fridge with just pliers 
AMEN 



E. KEITH JACKSON 

Tampa. Florida 

"Cheech" joined us in 16 halfway 
through our course from dirty 30 He 
seemed to have had a "failure to 
communicate" with a few of 30's 
more illustrious members Keith 
didn't have such communication 
problems in 16, but did get to revisit 
that era in medical for a short while 
All in all, Keith's time was mostly di- 
vided between teaching us poor 
uninformed about the finer points of 
football, and looking forward to 
happy hour at 'dillos Not a bad guy 
for someone who keeps trying to 
deny Mississippi as his home state. 




GEORGE JANVIER, IV 

New Orleans. Louisiana 
Fresh out of Cajun-Country, Wee- 
ble come to USNA with a quiet 
strength all his own Making sure to 
eat all of his brocoli Plebe Summer, 
George grew stronger, going on to 
become a two-time All-American 
powerhfter Acodemically. 

George's attempts at Systems En- 
gineering met with outstanding re- 
sults A self -proclaimed Bachelor till 
the Rapture, he met the future with 
cool-headed confidence-until he 
met Terri on an almost blind date to 
the Ring Dance, ending up en- 
gaged six months later As George 
reaches out to chart the heavens, 
he will leave us with treasured 
memories of o servant whose 
strength is in the Lord (IS 41-10), 



KENNETH P. KMIEC 

Runnemede. New Jersey 

Ode To Kilo 

Kilo the Doctor, hater of rhyme. 

Told us he'd kill us, if we wasted our 

time Amen 



16TH COMPANY • 423 



DIANE M. KOCZELA 

Adams. Massachusetts 
When Lady 0: came to USNA the 
population of Adams decreased by 
20%, But hey. It didn't take Di long 
to adjust to metropolitan Annapo- 
lis, M & M Fridays, K'nF's, her car, the 
CARS, bears. Bear and his CRUNCH 
'n MUNCH, and The Limited provid- 
ed temporary relief. Living in a 2- 
man room stuffed with Becki. 
James Dean and the FERN added 
to the academic struggle end 
thousands of laps around Halsey It 
just doesn't get easier, right Di? 
Hope there's a DUNKIN DONUTS in 
Bermuda for ya. Keep dreamin' 
Di — may they all come true , , . 
thanks the FATMAN, I can't help it , 
. . everything's a messi just who is 
queen snail around here'' HEY! we 
are fine wines 



RICHARD D. MALCZYNSKI 

Chicago. Illinois 
ODE TO DICK 

fyir Dick is one we dll love and know. 
Always attached to a cold Nati 
boh / Tons of cash and money, 
he's filthy rich, stacks of sierra, life's 
such a / he really liked to stay with 
Mr Nick and Ms Char, and you could 
never keep him from Ma Ferndale's 
bar / He lived with Rob Kuzy our 
beloved lost pal, on Tylenol-3 they 
upped their moral, / A fourth of July 
with nothing to do, another few 
cases of Red White dnd Blue, / He 
finally met Sally, a King and a 
Queen, enough to forget Donna, 
Michele, and Gina / Sitting around 
with nothing to do, Mr Dick lets 
loose, thanks, no thank you Amen 



KEVIN G. MEENAGHAN 

Ashland. Oregon 
Meenie, Meetus, Kev, Long John 
Block Parties, 7-2 Happy Hour, The 
Carrot, Rack, Electric Blanket, Pul- 
sar (Johnson), Sunday morning roa- 
droces. The Ram's Rod, Headband 
fettish. If only the IRS knew, 7-0, 
What would you do without Mario, 
Hormone, Squeeeeel, "All I had was 
one rum & coke!" Party all the time 
The Deep End, Army-Pavlov's Dog- 
Professional Dev , "Classes'' What 
classes?" The Annapolis High con- 
nection "You guys piss me offi" I 
hate computersMi Thanks to all my 
friends and family for your support 
Couldn't have done it without you' 



JOHN E. PAGANELLI 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 
Pags left Va Bch knowing all the 
"Lows of the Navy ", trying to vali- 
date plebe summer Luce became 
his domain, as he slept more there 
than his own rack 3/c summer 
found Mr Chit w/ xtra leave in Brazil 
(Hmm'') 2/c year in 7260, the 
Mouse used the waist-trimmer & 
exercise-weel religiously (I'm get- 
ting huge, guys) 1/c year, Pags de- 
signed nu-trac moth-eng major 
and he became Nikki whipped. Af- 
ter being *3 g Nov, success is sure 
to follow at grad & flight school , , , 
and beyond Best of Luck, Pags! ■. 




MARIO L. PEREIRA 

Clayton. California 
Peoria Pariah . Mari-ohhh, A 
devoted Raider fan, even if they 
don't play in Oakland , , The many 
West Coast connections. They're 
all just real good friends, A letter a 
day keeps you from doing home- 
work , , Smartest person ever to 
graduate with a 2 4 , Battle of 
the stereos. You paid $420 for a 
turntable that doesn't even put the 
needle on the record! Just because 
we hove four houses doesn't mean 
we're rich . . , Roommates ward- 
room clean-up crew . . , You look 
mohvelous. You're all gonna miss 
my laugh Early morning calls to 
the land down under Who knows'' 



ROBERT J. PROANO 

Tahoe City. California 
Pro descended from his resort 
home in the Calif, Mountains to em- 
brace life as a midn While this tran- 
sition was accompanied by a re- 
sounding wail of anguish. Pro was 
able to overcome his affinity for 
Navy life He was not, however, 
able to overcome the overpower- 
ing urge to relieve himself within 
earshot of officers monitoring tail- 
gate activities Emerging mostly un- 
scathed from this escapade. Pro 
took his talents to Goucher, Gtown 
and other scenic vistas where his 
talents were better appreciated 
Narrowly escaping nuclear holo- 
caust. Pro leaves the Naval Asylum 
for adventures in Pensacola, 



DEANNA LYN REIBER 

Valencia, California 
Deonno left the sun and fun of 
southern California to take a gam- 
ble on still trying to do it all at USNA 
It took 3 years to finally earn her 
track letter, and just a year longer 
to grow out of being Dave's "baby 
Aero " Her '69 Camaro was anoth- 
er lengthy project-probably still 
missing those hubcaps' It was cool 
to be treated as one of the guys, 
no matter how much they harassed 
Rrreiberrl! She can hove fun any- 
where she can use her many "toys" 
or play her music She loves to talk 
to anyone, anytime, anywhere , 
may there always be an attentive 
ear to listen. Fly Navy! 



JOHN E. RUSS III 

Harrisburg. Pennsylvania 
John came to us from Harrisburg, F 
with high ideals — that first form 
was an emotional experience, b 
he graduated anyway "Winnif 
(and company mates) enjoys 
many a care package from hon 
(let's see — what company is this 
Not one to bag it. John majored 
poli-slide and eventually earn( 
himself a spot in Georgetown 1 
year That's the school, not t 
bars, but John didn't seem to knc 
the difference If Elwood's 1/cQv 
tion cruise was any indication, 
should hove a long and illustnc 
career as a pilot and film critic, Bi 
of luck John! Boj 



424 • CLASS OF 1986 



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PAUL W. SALIT 

Liverpool. New York 
ODE TO PAULY 

Three years of V Lax, filled with 
bum breaks. So he finally told coa- 
ch to go cook his steaks / The Fri- 
day night Gin Club was Pauly's 
brainstorm. Till they said no more 
"card games" within our dorm, / 
Mr, Pauley the mellow, his blood 
pressure low, but woke him while 
sleeping - look out below / Dumb 
Debbie. Dumb Debbie, of Bimbos 
she's queen. Now he goes with 
young Sheila, a girl we've never 
seen. / When cheering for Navy, he 
took some abuse. "Cause we 
knew he was pulling tor 'Cuse / The 
Military style just wasn't for Paul. 
How he stuck with Navy baffles us 
all Amen 



CHRISTI-LYNN SIMPSON 

5^ Petersburg. Florida 
The athletic daughter of a retired 
Marine Corps Lt Col. Christi come to 
USNA to ploy basketball. Knee sur- 
gery after her 3rd gome did not 
discourage Christi I still remember 
her standing on the sink in full length 
cast cleaning the mirror! Great tail- 
gaters. removing shoulderboords. 
2/c comeorounds. Scorey Carey, 
a missing roommate, late to PCU, 
and sailing all characterize plebe 
year Things calmed down for the 
remaining 3 years and she concen- 
trated on athletics, academics and 
boyfriends A definite preference 
for blondes and team captains, 
tennis emerges as her favorite 
sport A patient roommate and 
faithful fnend-the Supply Corps and 
Dove Jones are lucky to t^Q\je you. 



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COMPANY 




HERRY STALLINGS JR. 

Scot en Plans. New Jersey 
,Chiy "H" came to us from Hillside, 
NJ expecting a normal four year 
college life He was rudely awak- 
ened by 0530 reveille, pep, and no 
'iberty Thank God for the weekend 
orew parties at Mac's He quickly 
adjusted to the academy system 
arid went on to become the only 
Diock systems major in the class of 
1986 Herry is the first one of the 
DOys to tie the nuptial knot, but 
■hen Sherri is an exceptional young 
ady You'll always be one of the 
eikas (Gentlemen out-n-about with 
ii the ckxit ) 



INGRIO M. TURNER 

Bowie. Maryland 

"Grid" ignored her family's Army 
tradition and joined the Navy be- 
cause she thought she'd "like the 
water" She sailed into Sweet Six- 
teen after a roaring fun time in 2-1 
the first half of her Plebe year, she fit 
right in otter she remembered how 
to relax Although she wasn't a jock 
in her classes, she excelled in many 
sports If she was sometimes dizzy, 
she was always happy and outgo- 
ing, but if she hod any luck with the 
fellas, she didn't let anyone know It 
took her until service selection to 
leave her parents behind - way be- 
hind Best of luck always, Pjr? and 
DLR 




THOMAS S. TURNER 

Maryville. Mssoun 

Unsatisfied with a yr, of intense par- 
tying/womanizing at a real col- 
lege, T-man opted for the plebe 
experience here at OOSNAH Re- 
cruited heavily tor crew (What's 
crew, anyway') Tom wasn't disap- 
pointed. Tom tried his hand at 
MECH-E but an AC board slapped it 
away, T-man spent many hrs in the 
wt. rm trying to achieve his self- 
proclaimed MONGER status (we're 
still waiting). Just when he con- 
vinced himself that surface line 
wasn't oil that bad, T-man 
snagged one of the lost "right 
stuff" billets. Tough luck, but that's 
life — suck it up 



MICHAEL P. VERMEUIEN 

Bloomington, Minnesota 
Mike came to the unCollege by 
way of Newport. RL, and the Navy 
Prep School Affectionately known 
OS the "Old Man," a nickname that 
sprang partly from his posture, and 
partly from his interest in music that 
one had to carbon-date in order to 
determine its recording year, Mike 
fit right into Sweet Sixteen Adher- 
ing rigidly to his priorities, Mike rarely 
placed academics ahead of a 
good time or a prolonged rack ses- 
sion A Prep school wrestler when 
he came to Annapolis, Mike gradu- 
ated from the wrestling mats to the 
wardroom carpet, where he grap- 
pled with other enthusiastic class- 
mates during commercial breaks of 
M'A'S'H AHH 



SEVENTEENTH 
COMPANY 




JOHN C. WILSON 

Alexandria. Virginia 
ODE TO WILLY 

Willy resided in Alex VA-a weekend 
of normal an hour away / Bock 
from Timmys and too yakked to 
talk-he relied on the wall just so he 
could walk / He thought for certain 
that he would die-after popping 
big Z-man right in the eye, / A mel- 
lower man nobody would think- 
team him with Killer and he's in the 
clink. / Navy lacrosse had no better 
ton-til Willy was nabbed with a bud 
in his hand. / He delighted us all with 
his rear end -Mr Willy the famous, 
the master of wind / The party at 
Army was quite a relief where Willy 
was proudly parading the beef. 
Amen. 




426 • CLASS OF 1986 



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MARIO H. ALEGRE 

Laguna Niguei. California 
Mar Gator Mano showed up ot 
Navy still wet behind the ears 
Young and naive he was known as 
the plebe m 5th wing who called 
home a lot, got a weekly chow 
package and flew home whenever 
possible 3/C year came and Mario 
was selected into Club Tropicana, 
he was the one who took notes 
during the late night bull sessions 
During 2/C PROTRAMID Mario found 
NAVY AIR, (How'd you do on your 
swim test Mar''), but he lost his 
20/20 1/C year After days of 
deep thought he chose surface 
ine. (I wanna be close to home) 
Hey Mar, do you remember your 
21st birthday'' How bout the snow- 
boll you threw at me at Goucher'' 
ff's times like these we'll never for- 
get Thanks for everything Mar 
Good luck in the future and may 
God bless QRR 



STEPHEN T. AMES BRADFORD M. BARNES 

South Hadiey. Massachusetts Dallas. Texas 

Steve, a native of Hodley (So Had- Brad came to us from Big D , Texas 

ley. that is). Mass , came to the His sister Bippy sure impressed us. - 

Academy with his sights set on avi- All mids have cute sisters, eh??- 

ation Despite persistant eye exer- Service Selection "Gonna fly Tom- 

cises. his sights blurred with time cats" 3/c cruise: Lots of money to 

and in the end Steve saw every- spend, plus you met your best 

thing writter, in dollar signs It didn't fnend, - - John 1514 

take Steve long to establish himself Back in the yard you're a 

as a varsity gymnast and scholar youngster all-star as comp'ny com- 

He also wasted no time m getting mender and gen'ral professional 

aquointed with the females in the stud A semester at USAFA 

class From pinning airborne wings 4,0 Back at Navy has Brad 

on mice to being bitten by sharks, changed'' "He's still at Air Force," 

Steve's greatest challenge is still Karen explained . Firstie at last 

simple humility Nuc school does Service selection- Arine Kore Air, 

wonders, though Seriously. Steve You cut your hairi A sudden switch, 

will accomplish everything he sets now Navy Air''i. (Nice hair) Keep 

out to do Jesus Christ Lord of your life 



CURTIS A. BROWN 

/?os5, California 

Curt stood out as a worker on 
plebe crew He was light, yet he 
made the boat I got to know Curt 
better in the late night world of 
summer school Chem He thrived 
living on the edge, and kept others 
wondering if he'd make the grade 
(literally) Hard working m all he 
does. Curtis somehow survived two 
tough Academic Boards, Rumor 
has it he was granted a weekend 
1/C year When he is not living out 
of his S300 00 cor. Curt returns to 
Mann, a place obout which he talks 
entirely too much. Curt joins the 
Novy a "SWO Daddy" with a 
knowledge of people that will 
serve him well Good luck in the 
fleet. Brown EFD III 




JAMES f. BROWN 

- " JDolis. Maryland 
^" e travelled oil the way across 
■rie Severn to become a mid From 
I the stort. the Browns unknowingly 
I sponsored most of the company 
loryl treoted us well But the mis- 
ichievous son wasn't content until 
'he had led his roommates to 
Georgetown and Block N's He won 
o bfigode championship m football, 
'itoterated Moth, but loved his rock 
Ithe most Although he denied it till 
|the end. Jamie was the first to fall 
jApporently Kote won the argu- 
ment From USNA. Jamie's off to 
i>ee the world through o periscope 
|3est wishes. Brownie LRD MCF 
ORP. RJT 



MIGUEL J. CINTRON 

Santo Domingo. 
Dominican Republic 
What prestigious Americon institu- 
tion do oil Foreign Notionols want to 
attend'' The Novol Academy, of 
course Tron come to USNA to en- 
joy the good American woy of life 
He was a multi-talented person 
with a special knack for woomg the 
young Americon girls With his owe- 
some singing abilities (yes, we con 
heor you, Migs), one wonders why 
he didn't give Julio Igiesias some 
competition He was the only plebe 
who could give o chow-coll in 3 
different languages We ore all go- 
ing to miss you. Miguel Good luck 



LAWRENCE R. DAUGHERTY 

West Palm Beach. Florida 
Uncle Lorry came to USNA as the 
Voledictorion of his high school, and 
OS a devout academician chose 
the best-kept secret as his major — 
Math Never one to lose any sleep 
over studying. Larry glided through 
Canoe U m grand style. He lived 
the equation wine + women + 
song = happiness He will forever 
be remembered as the organizer of 
the 2/C Spring Break Blowout A 
man of high principles, the Nuke bo- 
nus won his loyalty for the Silent Ser- 
vice The Navy con count on five 
years of exceptional duty from Un- 
cle Lore RJT 



W. GEORGE DRAGAN 

Whitehouse Station. New Jersey 
Not marble, nor the gilded monu- 
ments of princes, shall outlive this 
pow'rful rhyme. But you shall shine 
more bright in these contents Than 
unswept stone besmeor'd with slut- 
tish time When wostetui war shall 
statues overturn. And broils root out 
the work of masonry. Nor Mors his 
sword nor war's quick fire shall burn 
The living record of your memory. 
'Gainst death and all-oblivious en- 
mity Shall you pace forth, your 
proise shall still find room Even in tfie 
eyes of oil posterity That wear this 
worid out to_the ending doom So. 
till the judgment thot yourself arise. 
You live In this, and dwell in my 
eyes T AM. 



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JONATHAN A. DUECKER 

Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin 
Jonathan came to us from some- 
where west of Pennsylvonio Up 
near Montana or something 
Dwecks, as he is affectionately 
known, always knew how to have 
fun in G-town with the women. Ask 
Feff or Brownie By the time he got 
off restriction, youngster year 
came (so did the high-and-tight) 
This future Marine was every 
plebe's nightmare and every local 
college girl's dream Well, two of 
them anyway Those Milwaukee 
winters hardened Jon, The only 
thing colder than his room was his 
heart (or his roommate) Keep a 
sharp lookout for Jon on his way to 
Soweto in his F-'I4 or his "family 
car" As Dwecks always said, 
"Semper Fi. but go Navy at the last 
minute " 



J. BARRY DYSON 

Vienna. Virginia 

Now you can call him Barry, or you 
can call him Bear, or JBD, Dyson, 
Axle, Cyborg. Terminator. Psycho, 
or Sir, but don't call him John A man 
of a thousand faces who only 
shows one. Barry will be remem- 
bered best as the one who gave 
1 10% in everything he did His activ- 
ities included Glee Club. Antiphonal 
Choir, and Glee Club He liked the 
Glee Club. He also like Brigade In- 
tramural Championships, which he 
helped earn in battalion swimming, 
battalion soccer, and company 
soccer When you talk about Psy- 
cho, don't talk too loud . , he can 
hear you 7/8 of the way down the 
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MARK C. FEFFER 

Bay side. New York 
Mark came to USNA from Queens 
This "hard working New Yorker" 
wasted no time in taking his civilian 
clothes priviledges and bilging two 
of his classmates Youngster year 
Mark concentrated on yard mail 
and 4-digit extensions to ease the 
stress This disease was hard to cure 
until 1/C year Mark's expertise in 
computers enabled him to earn 
three stripes and a phone Both of 
these priviledges he managed to 
abuse. As his 8th grade teacher 
once said. "If Mark spent as much 
time doing things as he does trying 
to get out of things he'd be a lot 
better off " We know he'll end up 
better off DRP, JFB, LRD 



GREGORY M. HALE 

Pasadena. Maryland 
Greg wasted no time making h 
mark at the academy He mar 
aged to sleep through four years c 
classes using his osmosis methods c 
studying as well as being the bei 
barber the Academy has evf 
seen Some highlights of the yea 
include trips to The Network. Per 
State and the N H deal he nev( 
did come through on. It could hov 
satisfied that graduation require 
ment too The Lejeune Hall rende 
vous didn't cut it. Greg has been 
great friend through the years or 
never hesitated offering me moi 
to drink I'll get you back for th< 
Avanti, I'll see you in CA but only 
don't have to hear more of yo 
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DOUGLAS A. KRIEGER 

joiiet. Illinois 

Knegs spent piebe year living for 
the weekends. He finally found the 
bookstore youngster year and 
learned that he was really in school. 
He also met Jenny that year Since 
then he has done well enough to 
study in France Hopefully it will not 
ruin our diplomatic relations, just 
some beer mugs. He was set on 
Marine Corps, much to his mom's 
disappointment. However, her 
chow packages and housekeeping 
when she visited our room changed 
his mind He was also one of the 
original Ernie's gang Tear them up 
at Nuke School and watch out Or- 
kxido. Hope to see you under my 
knife some day DFN 



BRIAN KELSEY MOORE 

Annandale. Virginia 
BK, you've got some incredible 
luck! Nobody can screw up so 
many times and get away with it, 
like 2nd class parking at St. John's. 
Or, get a position in the company 
without working for it Right, Com- 
pany Commander' The blue mag- 
net had a very strong attraction for 
you Or is it vice versa? How about 
those races from formation to rack 
position'' Done in less than five sec- 
onds. 1/C year da wahine came 
into his life. She is perfect Buddy, 
we're gonna miss you a lot. Hope 
you find happiness with da wahine 
I'm sure that f^/lech E degree will 
help in your choice as NFO. Visit me 
when you're in paradise. Aloha, 
broi MO 



PATRICK K. LEARY 

Anchorage. Alaska 
From the great northernmost state. 
Pot arrived (one day early) to USNA 
with bright-eyed anticipation and 
feverish determination to succeed. 
Blessed with the gift of organiza- 
tion, he lived by a system where 
"there Is a place for everything and 
everything is in its place." Pat was 
always involved in many clubs but 
SAG was the most rewarding of 
them all. The only thing that satis- 
fied him more than SAG was his fire 
engine-red Porsche. Though it was 
displayed in more repair shops than 
the Yard his final year, it left its 
blurred "ICE HOT" image behind 
when it passed Good luck in Hawaii 
as a SWO JBD 



DANIEL F. NOLTKAMPER 

Fort Worth. Texas 
Danny left Ft. Worth to quickly be- 
come one of the most popular 
plebes during plebe summer, at 
least to the firsties Once Ac year 
began, he discovered his salvation, 
the weekend Dan never let his 
school work adversely affect his so- 
cial life, seldom being caught on a 
weekend without either a beer or a 
girl He wound up breaking more 
hearts than glassware in Chem lab, 
which was quite a bit. Thinking 4 
years of drudgery were enough, 
Dan opted to spend a few years 
enpying the sun and sand in Gal- 
veston and attending Medical 
School when he can get away from 
the beach Best O' Luck, Dr Dan, 
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lYAN J. PELLEGRIN 

xma. Louisiana 

< Cajun to the bone, Bryan came 
Annapolis with the famous words 
Mox Seal ingrained in his mind, "A 
'nner never quits and a quitter 
'ver wins." Bryan was the EPITOME 
'■ a TRUE midshipman in all his en- 
■■^avors He went out for crew 
I'jbe year hoping that his 110 lb 
^rne would moke him the star 
■"irsman of the heavyweights 
*3ll. Bryan was elected captain of 
♦5 teom, as a coxswain, because 
(■-IIS hard work and dedication. Al- 
■* lugh Bryan had a very serious at- 
♦ ide towards USNA, he did have 
f lighter moments . driving 1300 
r'3s for weekend hunting trips, ski- 
ll' in the Poconos, and hot roddin' 
f" Jalapeno Red '85 Mustang 
C-und. AAAYY HAAA, PSSSSSST. 
V DKYDK!! - BAS 



DAVID R. PIMPO 

Strongsville. Ohio 

Dave was born in a small town 
somewhere in Ohio, and spent 
most of his Academy days majoring 
in football Lettering 3 years on the 
gridiron his teammates dubbed him 
"The Baby Seal" Never at a loss for 
words. Dave developed friendships 
throughout the Brigade, especially 
in Medical Even though he played 
Varsity Fooball, the Navy, in its infi- 
nite wisdom, found Dove NPQ so its 
off to Supply School Seriously, we 
gave Dave a lot of hard times in 4 
years, but he is a great friend If you 
don't believe it, just ask him. MCF, 
JFB 



QUINTIN R. RAMIL, III 

San Diego. California 
"My name is Quintin. but my nick- 
name is Ram." With a nickname like 
that, you know that this is no ordi- 
nary mid Arriving at the Boat 
School via NAPS, Ram got the 
gouge and made it through Plebe 
year. After getting that coveted 
stripe. Ram's "You only live once" 
attitude took over He became a 
Hood regular Second Class year 
also brought about Eddie Murphy 
movies and the infamous laugh in 
17th Company which could be 
none other than— Ram's. This last 
year gave Ram the finer things in 
life, like his beautiful BMW 3181 and 
his obsession for Madonna KRA Z4U 
was his license plate, but for who? 
Ram claims he wont feel the tug of 
matrimony for about 5 years — we'll 
see! Good luck Ram! 



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MODESTO C. REGINA 

Ewa Beach Hawaii 
Mo came to USNA from the islands 
by way of NAPS Not what you'd 
call the perfect military type, he 
brought with him a wide smile and a 
hang loose attitude Well, over the 
last four years of san-chin medita- 
tion, dogpiles, SSIP briefs, knee sur- 
gery, and multiple majors. Mo nev- 
er lost his smile or his good nature 
He was always there to type your 
term paper (for a small fee) or get 
you any item known to man with his 
"supply" wizardry If he con make it 
through Quantico on Hawaiian 
time, Mo's bound to moke a name 
for himself as one of Chesty's finest 
Shako bra' BK 



STEPHEN P. REHWALD 

San Bernardino. California 
Steve was one of the few plebes to 
enter the Academy not wanting to 
be a seal or fly jets Upon being 
asked by his firsty. "why do you 
want to be here''" He paused, then 
replied "Sir. I like ships " Good 
enough Steve spent his time as a 
dedicated head manager for the 
crew team. Driving the motor 
launches caused him to return to 
the hall smelling of gasoline Beyond 
crew, he was active in Officers' 
Christian Fellowship in which he was 
a company leader Steve followed 
his faith in all he did He majored in 
math and will leave the Academy 
to report to the USS GARY. FFG 51. 
upon which he will be a surface 
worrior-what else'' 



JAMES M. REICH 

Lev it town, Pennsylvania 
Jim knew early the value of the ex- 
cuse squad chit He seemed to 
have one for every drill season It's 
amazing how someone near crip- 
pled in the hall, and NPQ can be 
the wrestling captain, Jim was one 
of "da Boyz" and spent time play- 
ing mother hen to many "con- 
fused" friends The Clarke's won't 
forget him, nor will we forget his elo- 
quent announcements and ward- 
room rule Much determination and 
even more gouge kept him above 
water in his classes It's been a privi- 
lege (?) to have him as my roomie 
for 4 years Good Luck. RJT 



BRIAN A. SOLO 

Ambler. Pennsylvania 
Brian started out with the silly idea 
that he was going to do every- 
thing Well, he didn't just do it all. he 
excelled m it all Unrecruited for any 
sport, he won varsity letters in wres- 
tling and 150# football, gaming all- 
league honors and team MVP in 
football He majored in Mech E. fin- 
ished Navy's toughest degree in S'i 
years, and went on to start his mas- 
ter's degree When Brian met Mi- 
chel, everyone thought he would I 
have to give up something No 
wayi He got engaged of the be- 
ginning of 1st class year, his grades I 
kept getting higher, and he had his | 
best football season ever Brian was ! 
disappointed when he had to 
choose one service selection He 
wanted to have them all BJP 




RICHARD J. TESTYON 

Glen Ellyn. Illinois 

Ricky's lite ambition was finally real- 
ized that one strange July day Lit- 
tle did he know that he was dream- 
ing of some other utopia Kegger 
started off in grand style, leaving 
Em in the dust m their first contest, 
but Rick could never manage that 
6 30 race the first time around. His 
studies never challenged him 
enough as did the PE routine or the 
daily TV guide. Rick's home was 
anywhere his eyes closed, be it in 
class. cT- 'le beach, or on the can 
It host ::] pleasure and on 

experii stuck' with you 

since aa> , ,• -.'.^j ho HO. JMR 



J. MICHAEL WOODS 

Norcross. Georgia 
Woodsey come to us from the 
backwoods of Georgia when he 
decided to trade in the pooper 
scooper at his Dad's vet clinic for 
an HP and a set of white works, 
Woodsey was one of the Ernie's 
boys who spent their little available 
free time wisely, by drinking heavily 
After he met his future fiancee, Tri- 
cio, he could always be counted 
on for weekend plans. At least af- 
ter that he didn't need to worry 
about what to do with his car or his 
money. Best o' luck Woodman, 
both in Nuke school and on the oth- 
er side (married life) We hope to 
trip over you in a bar some day. 
Remember anything worth doing is 
worth doing to excess, RJ & DK 



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ALFREDO ARREDONOO 

Pharr. Texas 

Fred came to us from the south of 
Texas, with intermediate stops at 
Nuclear Power School, Prototype, 
and NAPS Quickly exhibiting his en- 
listed savvy and unconventional 
vocabulary. "Speedy" became re- 
nowned for such words and 
phrases as "yo mugs," "c'mon 
back" and "gnarly wenches". Fred 
will be leaving Mother "B" to fall 
into the waiting arms of Mary, his 
longtime South Texas princess. We 
wish Fred and Mary the best in life. 
Happy trails. Buck GLV 



MATTHEW F. BELLINGER 

Brookfield. Illinois 

Matt entered the Naval Academy 
as a cold, heartless, unemotional 
track recruit. After surviving his first 
roommate, Raybo, Matt formed 
the third, crooked leg, of the terri- 
ble trio Matt moved his loundry 
from 1 bag to another when he 
could find time to crawl out of his 
hamster home. After carrying JJ 
through Notre Dame, Matt came 
perilously close to staining a yet un- 
blemished record. Matt joined the 
brotherhood of jarheads, in which 
he plans to reside until he gets to 
put that Poli-Sci degree to work 
BEST OF LUCK IN THE CORPS. JJK 
JSN. LLTW 




SEAN C. CANNON 

Gainesville. Florida 
Arriving at Navy with his quintessen- 
tials, a dip, a ftball, his hats, surf 
mags, and everything HWJ ever re- 
corded, Sean quickly realized he 
hod missed his stop at Fla. State 
After surviving P Y. by knowing ev- 
eryone who was someone, his Y.Y. 
brought induction into the Slob 
Squad, white works, stereo alarms, 
and a "wicked" experience As a 
segundo, Sean worked on his ma- 
jor, eye exercises for NAME Firstie 
/ear flew, as did his jeep to Dela- 
ware, and Hood C, added "God" 
to his other aliases of Wooly, Tut, 
ond Cannonball. G.L. and God's 
peed Wooly. Rebel roommates 
ond flying forever. Quinque et ex' 
L, KMI 



JAMES S. COE 

San Antonio. Texas 
Tearing himself away from his be- 
loved roots in San Antonio, Jim 
came to Annapolis determined to 
show the world that the old "work 
hard - ploy hard" philosophy was a 
way of life Many think he took the 
"work hard" side to the extremes 
of self-torture, with his dedication 
to crew and to electrical engineer- 
ing. However, they saved his credit 
card All those hard hours of work 
near the source of the Severn led 
to his selection as varsity crew cap- 
tain Although few understood him. 
no one stopped Jim from having a 
good time, or making sure every- 
one else had fun Where ever he 
winds up, he'll enjoy himself Good 
luck Jim. Redline! 



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NICHOLAS CONNOLLY III 

Camp Hill. Pennsylvania 
Nick joined to see the world and 
seen it tie tias, from ttie NYC sub- 
way platform to thie witcticroft of 
NM, from any bar in Rl to ttie sicken- 
ing tieigtits of ttie T-2 and ttie 
spraining lows of Quantico's Yellow 
Brick Road. Nick has a knack of 
turning routine acts like interrogat- 
ing the Dant and walking in fancy 
Phily hotels into graceful public per- 
formances Nick will be remem- 
bered for his quick wit, constant 
procrastinations, diverse opinions, 
and unquestionable trivia prowess 
and philosophical insight, I know 
Nick IS just itching to be a "they " 
Remember, Nick's your buddy 
Thanks JHR, QUINQUE ET EX. 



MARK F. CRUMBLISH 

Monroe. New York 
Crumb came to USNA with his two 
favorite possessions, track spikes 
and a sweat towel Plebe summer 
left him dazed and confused, but 
he soon overcame that. After 
learning who was in his squad (two 
months into the year), the rest was 
a piece of cake Doc found his 
niche on the track with the BOYS 
As a 3 season runner, he was rarely 
seen, (You're not in this company 
are you'') If he wasn't with the 
BOYS, he was with the wife Senior 
year took its toll on him A car that 
lived in the body shop, confronta- 
tions with Al. service selection fright 
night, and a wild roommate. It's off 
to P-Colo and a walk down the 
aisle. (I warned you) Best of luck to 
you and Sue Keep up with the run- 
ning. GO NAVY 



CHARLES A. DOUGHERTY 

Vernon. Connecticut 
Chuck Dougherty had two goals 
when he came to Annapolis. He 
wanted to graduate from the Na- 
val Academy and become a Ma- 
rine. Chuck's family also shared his 
ambitions and paved his way with 
CARE packages twice a month 
from plebe summer until gradua- 
tion. Chuck began in Mechanical 
Engineering, but he switched to 
Physical Science with its stringent 
weekend curriculum He supple- 
mented his studies with a Chevy 
Van, making him an instant hit on 
field trips to Fort Lauderdale Upon 
graduation. Chuck shrewdly put his 
four year education to good use 
crawling in the mud with other Ma- 
rine Infantry Officers Semper Fi 
Chuck 



DAVID K. DRIFTMIER 

Jackson, Mississippi 
David arrived for Plebe Summer 
and did fine despite encourage- 
ment from his roommate, "Well. 
David, if you think you should quit 
then I think that's what you should 
do." Dave's involvement in OOF . 
and Varsity Baseball made it all , 
more bearable Never one to take 
the game too seriously. Drift man- 
aged to find the time to become 
the Easter-beer-findin'-chicken- 
bone-smokin' champion of Wil- 
mington DE, and to help me cele- 
brate my birthday with a couple of , 
Cape Cod shooters. Drift heads for| 
Mayport after graduation Best 
wishes to Drift, and much love from 
yours truly and the rest of the 18th 
company gang 



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THOMAS M. FUREY 

New City. New York 
..and you still got a 790 math'' I 
After that meeting on l-Day the rest 
was history Plebe year brought sail- 
ing team and drunk-fests every 
weekend. You had one up on me 

(blue eyes) until "b h" came 

down and I played cousin. When 
the plebe games ended the rest of 
the regs were there for the taking 
The Friday Night Party Club was fun 
for a while but the weekends were 
the be;' Pemember road sodas, 
runnin.; t_is and drive fast 

music Dhone call with 

the eci r' of the week- 

end was Qiwayi interesting, too. 
Well, T, we got what we wanted 
out of this place . now real life 
starts. Quinque et ex! -Neff 



DOUGLAS D. HANLON 

Marlton. New Jersey 
Doug, from Exit 4 off THE turnpike, 
came here for more abuse otter 
one year at MMA It took us awhile 
to get to know him, but as the origi- 
nator of the Wing, he pulled all of us 
together and made us close 
friends. Doug has had to struggle 
through the Academy Being the 
holder of a record 6 sets of summer 
school in 3 summers, he has been 
able to call this place home It's 
been fun sharing your home and I 
hope you remember that gradua- 
tion does not end friendships, it only 
raises the phone bill Good luck on 
your River TBM LLTW It's a town full 
of losers, I'm pulling out of here to 
win THE BOSS 



JEFFREY C. HORNEFF 

Somerdale. New Jersey 
Neff came from South Jersey with a 
broken wrist and a broken Mus- 
tang Probably the only person from 
N.J. who didn't know "what exit", 
he had dreams of flying Remember 
the good times, buddy - beer, girls, 
Fla, pssschtl, cycles, "The Kid", the 
standard, bedroom eyes, skiing, 
sailing (tanning), Rudy's MBPD, tan 
(lines), the Pentagon, bimbettes 
The wrist healed, but the cor did 
not. Hoyoyoy, rood trip! J. Buffett is 
god. " " ing is great! Play greed 
don't study 7 & 7 & T (7325) Neff- 
head, we survived being slayed, re- 
vielle. and arms too short to fly, but 
we will party again in P-Cola! DDFF! 
Quinque et ex — T 



AARON K. HORNEY 

Newark. Delaware 
Read this or I'll kill ya' 4 yrs ago AK 
brought his lone wolf travelin sho 
from the hinterlands of DE merr 
smellin roses and disployin a ri 
markable insousionce for ocaderr 
demands. Beak is unique, for wt 
else has a 2 7 goin on 13, ge 
dressed bottom up, has quit dip K 
times (but did stop smokin) c( 
read through his chest, sleeps 
dances in jocks, camps in mote 
and digresses so thoroughly & 
often on the evils of sodas & wor 
en (even those in uniform) . . B 
from JD shooters to Dewey beoi 
to Philly. there's love Howl on, hoi 
on & remember as we all c 
there's greener grass on the oth 
side of this wall SC 



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KEVIN M. MAMS 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
My friend The only nrild to pull 20Gs 
at treetop in Pcoio, Homeric tales 
of lost love & dazzlin conquest len- 
dr transcendent qualities to prosa- 
ic Sves Big-nosed old men. leather 
pants, bug DD, Fa loves Pa, craw- 
doddys, Darth, popcorn tins, bed- 
rifles, skint rat. midnite calls to tow^ 
for weight loss & Lord in Heaven 
cant BELIEVE its in the tani I 'mem- 
:er SA, GM, GL a mormon & a cou- 
:..e who didn have names yet 
;ee: True love in your hand (one cf 
Couroge, Beouty, & not afraid to 
•andin up). Trodin stock in the Sys- 
em for nonreductive life Hold out 
i. know that even the darkest 
phts won't last forever L. SCC 



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JOHN J. KOEHR 

Long Beach. Mississippi 
John, originally from Virginia Beach, 
now hails from ever-looking-back- 
wards Mississippi We of the wing 
hove watched J J develop from a 
sweat Brossoing screws to a good 
oie country boy, complete with 
bjck knife, boots, belt, and o gui- 
•ar Once a flamer-always a flamer, 
,ohn has been both an originator 
and a camp counselor. The terrible 
♦no mode it through two and a half 
.ears, but Matt hod to find a quiet 
•oommate so he could get those 
necessary hours of rock. John 
should put aerospace to good use 
as CO of his very own U-boat BEST 
OF LUCK. J.J. LLTW 




ILLIAM A. KITCHEN 

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ny Kitchen did r>ot migrate from 
Ickjcah to Annapolis to enroll in 
' «ege He went because the fm- 
'■ Novoi Officers started their co- 
' jrs there Tony left behind a pos- 
f^ music career with his rock 
'rxl. Bucky and the Tweeds His 
't k3ve was drumming, however 
f coukd pck up nearly any instru- 
r^nt and produce mellifluous mu- 
s Tony put his talents to good use 
• he Drum & Bugle Corps where he 
tcome Corps Sub-Commander 
1 ly also kDved sports cars, dem- 
c itroted by the MGA and Triumph 
- tfire he owned Tony elected to 
t:ome a Surface Worfare Officer 
vsre his many talents were best 
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THOMAS B. MAILLET 

SnrewsOury. Massachuse'^s 
The last of the Bostomans. (pahk 
the coh and go to the pohty). but 
considering he's from Ma and he's 
a diehard, staunch, nghtwing Con- 
servative, I think we can forgive 
him During his term as CoCdr, he 
and his staff earned the respect 
and admiration of the entire com- 
pany because of their dedication 
to pride and professionalism. On 
the social level he and his girlfriend 
(Heather) earned themselves the 
Conservative Couple of the Yeor 
Award. Tom fof being a Quaker 
and Heather for being his Quaker- 
ess, Tom, known presently as 
"Spike", always has Heather m 
hand and he is a member in good 
standings of the Wing DDH LLTW 



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GREGORY MCMICHAEL 

Brooklyn. /V<=>n \ork 
This short black man, stocky, set the 
fashion pace with dog collars. 
socks, cowboy hats, and jock- 
straps Bullet may have his roots in 
Brooklyn but his acorns are strewn 
across the PI. Plebe year. Greg hit 
on the winning combo Scotch. 
Hoyas b-boll. and "sexual healing " 
Youngster year saw DRINKTRAMID 
84 and a head on collision with Am- 
azon Amy. pickled pigs feet, and a 
dozen rednecks in a Honky Tonk 
2/c year. Greg beat the AC board 
end became a demolition man on 
the roads, in the gym. and in Ow- 
en's mind After 4 years at the bot- 
tom of the pool and top of the 
chain of command. Greg is taking 
his act high above the clouds Hi 
Rufus 



ERIC R. MEHALKO 

Albuquerque. New Mexico 
Eric, a transferee from the Wm F 
Buckley School of Pretentious Non- 
communication, came equipped 
with his matriarchal 9 x 1 1 of Nancy 
Reagan and his meretricious New 
Mexico flag But just where is NM, 
and how did he get here without o 
passport^ After breezing through 
plebe year perspicaciously. he re- 
taliated in kind 2/c year Eric en- 
tered 1/c year with o perfervid 
new outlook. He proceeded to dis- 
tinguish himself obloquially at Army 
but recovered decorously and slid 
into second semester with his 
Craftsman tools and EE degree in 
sight Here's wishing Eric the best of 
luck in finding that glorious conver- 
gence zone of life JRO & JHR SAWB 
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JOHN S. NEAL 

Charles Town. West Virginia 
No one Knows where John comes 
from He stands 5 foot 10. weighs 
151 He's narrow at the shoulder 
and narrow at the hip. and every 
2/c knows you don't give no lip. to 
big John Some say he's from 
Auschwitz or Israeli origin, but all will 
agree he's not from Charleston He 
drives a Volvo with a baby seat in 
bock instead of o pick-up truck 
'•'■ '^ ^ ^ 'gun rack If you need 
>- see Rucker instead 
'- - - 2200 Johnny's in 

t t wits none can 

<^ 'Of a cute little 

9" ■■ ■ -ood luck in the 

future Qi «.e y auty station. Mom 
and Dad are glad you didn't ruin 
your education. LLIW JJK. 



JAMES R. OHMAN 

Babylon. LI. New York 
Arriving via Pluto. Jim endured the 
initial horrors of USNA and. unlike 
Maschke. weathered Tammen's 
torments Avoiding plebe academ- 
ic martyrdom, the new scientist rip- 
ened in the Aryan room and fer- 
mented during Drink tramid 84 2/c 
year spotlighted his massive Nordic 
embellishments, and he fostered a 
hate of deer as a happy counselor 
at Summer Camp 89 Despite a Eu- 
ropean tour with JR. his academic 
posture waned with E 1/c year, yet 
his reign as Spirit Czar was viva- 
cious But where ore the panties'' 
After wising up to SWO. Jim sails 
with best wishes on his quest to 
bring the economical microchip to 
the Fleet Happy Trails JHR & ERM 
SAWB SLOD LLTW 



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DIONYSIS W. PEREZ 

Pensacola, Florida 
Big D, quiet, magnetic, penetrat- 
ing, elusive, ethereal, like a tine 
ctiompagne: not to be understood 
by just anyone To the casual ob- 
server, Dennis portrays the stigma 
ot o mild mannered midshipman, 
but the chosen few privileged to 
truly know him recognize the hard 
working surface warrior that lurks 
within Never a man of many words, 
Dennis will yet be remembered for 
his timely warning of "Jibe ho, Tay- 
lor" as well as his quote of quotes, "I 
hate whining wenches" Good luck 
driving boots, Dennis, and I wish you 
all the luck in future endeavors and 
aspirations It has truly been MFB 



JAMES H. REINHART 

Easton. Maryland 

Twinkle landed from Maryland's 
eastern shore 4 years ago Be- 
tween going home every weekend 
plebe year to visit his "sister", long 
weekends at Hood and those late 
nights at the U of M computers, this 
part time midshipman may be the 
first man to complete USNA in ab- 
sentia Jim finally found his niche as 
a nuke, the victim of the NAMI wee- 
dout Some will remember Jim for 
his pure body and single digit class 
rank, but I remember him most for 
conquering more than just torrid 
rapids in West Virginia, for the one 
he left hanging in the tree, and his 
fondness for Arby's Roast Beef 
Thanks for your help, NC QUINQUE 
ET EX 



JEFF H. RUCKER 

Marietta. Georgia 
Jeff hit USNA hot off a high expo- 
sure tour as a Solid Gold Dancer 
and teen-idol pop-singer. He found 
respite in plebe year playing with Q 
Lee after sliding into shoulder prob- 
lems As a 3/c he launched his cru- 
sade for Father Tech with a guest 
appearance on RNV but found in- 
ner peace via library weekends 
This perversion cluminated in light- 
less showers and isolated, vocifer- 
ous slumber, yet spawned a 4,0 
Despite Weatheralert, Jonny Reb 
proved to be a hazy forecaster 
With calves to make Popeye jeal- 
ous, he flexed his witty imagination 
to add mirth to any problem set 
Jeff, good luck serving with a win- 
ner Don't mess it up JRO & ERM 
SAWB SLOD LLTW 



PAUL SITA 

Staten Island, New York 
Paul remained relaxed from the 
start, either freezing on the PEP 
field, singing to Rich Lee in the 
shower, making Mr Cannon laugh, 
eating Skull's chow packages or la- 
boring over a no-wax shine, he al- 
ways managed to ride the curve, A 
member of the track team. Melba 
Toast Diet Plan. Toucan Room. Re- 
medial Mile Squad. Paul lived 
•hrough foot fungus, nose jokes, Al, 
Opus, and car thefts. From Lowen- 
braus at Lil Campus. Va Beach Go- 
Gos. sands of Colonial Beach, the 
tables at AC. quarter dogs at 
Rudy's. Mougles at Bristol. Buds at 
Gators and Big L in Del, he never 
forgot that taps went at 200 
Good Luck and Take Core Roomie, 
Mac 




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AROLO B. SPRAYBERRY 

:rmngtiam. Alabama 

bud from Day 1 there's been 
'ws Big Brother. Philips grads. Flu- 
's. Walkin Dog CDRs. CC zeros ad 
3useum & even Phil Elliot let the air 
ut of his ball Highs too a true 
lend history talk, perceptive reali- 
'■, upperbodyless snakes, "not only 
; he X but Y". more oxymoronic 
.snvolusions of logic, and what 
ength COLOR too plateglass, 
9d Jam, HC Keepers. Judd Smith. 
1 Day Tshirts. Amstd nose dollars. 
"an I keep the fuses" Bumbleberry 
the helm, French Mafia, pickup 
« & Sara's roses To Tomorrow 
jgs in yards. Blues men in Confed- 
late Groy, Karen Allen, newly 
npty Dickel bottles. Rain on Tin 
[lOfs. and Midnites in Mobile 
Ij'member. "I got a right to be 
;ong." , , L. sec 



E. Mcdowell tillman 

Painted Post. New York 
Not able to get a record contract 
Mac opted to paint sheet posters 
at Navy With plebe year behind, 
skull gone, and Talamantes in the 
fleet the Captain was able to 
"move in" to youngster year Too 
bad the rooms weren't any bigger 
With golf clubs, synthesizers, com- 
puters, civies, skies. -2 a stereo, and 
a toucan, E had no room in his lock- 
up for uniforms (but who needs 
those) Second class year brought 
one less roommate and more room 
for his stuff. In the home stretch with 
the keys to the 944. it was off to the 
Hood Herd every wkd. Too bod 
about Navy Air, and best of luck in 
the Corps Roommates from the 
beginning PS. 



GILBERT L. VINCENT 

Oak Harbor. Washington 
He came to the Boot School from 
Oak Harbor with one purpose in 
mind: Getting his commission. After 
tour long years of being a Math Ma- 
jor, shooting on the Rifle Team, and 
going on strange cruises, his goal 
will be met on May 21. 1986 Gil's 
most renowned comment while at 
USNA was uttered the 1st week of 
Plebe Summer "Drill me sir!" The 
Jap's second best quote was. "Sir. 
could we please move, the mos- 
quitos are homing in on our C02," 
Well Gil. It's been great but not fan- 
tastic Good Luck in your A6 and 
remember: Reach for the Stars. 
Success IS always around the cor- 
ner PS How 'bout that huge Valen- 
tine A A 



JEFFREY P. WHELAN 

Camillus. New vorx 
"Whales" come from Camillus 
complete with 8 flannel shirts, a 
case of Schmidts and a vocabulary 
all his own Jeff was a success as a 
Political Scientist in addition to such 
pursuits as boxing and mtramurals, 
It's no wonder to those who know 
Dick and Doris that their son is the 
Brigade's friendliest Mid. Except for 
5th and 6th periods. Jeff liked ev- 
erything and everybody, even the 
EMBC was bearable with Jeff, after 
a little UA at the Y's People were 
like beers to Jeff-he never met one 
he didn't like As Jeff takes to the 
skies and I take to the seas. I'll 
w/atch for sailboats and hope he 
watches for Cessna's Clear skies 
and Godspeed-DKD 



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DWIGHT M. WOODRUFF 

Gloversville. New '• ork 
Application of tie motto "80% of 
track is racl<" rnade Woody one of 
Navy's all-time best runners. He ran 
& slept his way to 12 N's & 9 stars, 
helped XC to a superb 7th at 
NCAAs and blazed a 4 04 mile (Re- 
markable for a man who did the 
bulk of his training in the confines of 
a horizontal 7x4' rectangle) 
Studying was limited to R & D on 
beersliding, inspecting fable under- 
sides at THE BOYS' parties, Smakup 
techniques on crum's OAO (& ev- 
eryone else's), & dreaming-up 
ways to pay Holme's nation-sized 
deficit. Zest for Zs got Tilehead "the 
high-4'2" in an isothermal 'burg' ro- 
mance. Still, during conscious mo- 
ments. Woodman was a blast 
Navy(esp DOC) will miss him sorely 
Best of luck THE BOYS luv ya BEAT 
ARMYii_MFC 



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RAYMOND P. COLLINS 

West Palm Beach. Florida 
Roy came to the Naval Academy 
from near Ft Lauderdale, and went 
home to where everyone else 
went to have fun. As a newcomer 
to 19, it took Ray a while to settle in, 
but he found his niche Aside fromi 
his enthusiasm and outgoing de- 
meanor, Ray distinguished himself 
with the women Who can say he 
wore the wrong insignia to his first 
Ring Dance and had the chance to 
fix it the following year'' Best of luck 
to you and yours, hope Navy's 
good to you 




KEVIN J. DELAMER 

Hauppauge. New York 
Kevin came to Canoe U fro 
"aahh" Long Island From the ol 
set, Kevin's outlook had a defim 
positive slant He was a good roor 
mate because he was so skim 
that he hardly used any hot wot< 
Through his mid life, he distinguish^ 
himself as a DJ, a Naval Arch, one 
junk food addict Perhaps his grec 
est achievement was being recc 
nized as chief armchair statistici' 
for Monday Night Football But, K 
vin joined the Navy to fly, and t 
skies could not be in better han^ 
ATQ JJM MRW 



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JERALD T. DELIA 

Pitman. New Jersey 
DO-GOODER went the wrong way 
on the T-pike and landed at NAPS 
Partook of D & E's Tavern with the 
old gang Swivel Head saw but 
rarely conquered Learned some 
new tricks from an old dog Drank 
brews but preferred VT's. causing 
' irreparable damage to the plastic 
Gave up wrestling for Systems, a 
leading cause of late nights Found- 
ing father of the ROOM Perfected 
the art of throwing alarm clocks 
Superstar on the Softball team, but 
misses routine popflies and drops 
everything thrown his way in foot- 
boll Never let the system get him, 
except for now when we can't 
write more about this super guy 



JEFFERY DUNN FLORES 

Westminster. California 
Jeff came to USNA after he spent 3 
years at MMA establishing a force- 
ful military presence. Jeff's pres- 
ence, contained in "XL" clothes, 
grew by lifting weights often as he 
dreamed of the day he would be 
called MARINE U-RAHi Jeff, dedicat- 
ed fly-boy and Aero major often 
made tapes from his huge album 
collection for friends, Jeff, Haus, 
road-tripped 3/c year to Florida 
with Lys and Joey 1/c yedr Ro, 
Moe and others joined them at Va 
Beach to escort for the Miss Phil-Am 
Contest, Annapolis provided mem- 
ories at Timmy's, Rams Head and 
Riordan's where Jeff put away 
more than most in food and beer 
Friend and brother God bless you in 
the Corps and ever PBJN 



GREGORY GLAROS 

Betliteliem. Pennsylvania 
Greg hailed from Bethlehem, PA 
and arrived at USNA wanting to fly 
Becoming the bagpiper for the 
class of 86, he could be heard sere- 
nading the Brigade from the roof of 
Mother B He was a highly motivat- 
ed plebe who could never seem to 
stop cheering As an upperclass, 
Greg's name struck fear in the 
hearts of plebes throughout the Bri- 
gade Plebes knew him as the De- 
mon or Evil It was a tough, dirty job, 
but someone had to do it He went 
on to be 19th Co CDR. and was 
captured by a German princess 
He's been a great friend for these 
four years Good luck in P-Cola and 
all you do in the Navy 



MATTHEW G. GLAVY 

Buffalo. New York 
Leaving chicken wings and the Irish 
bars (Mulligans, etc ) of South Buf- 
falo behind. Gloves arrived in a stu- 
por at USNA Mr Intensity managed 
to get through Systems and finally 
was rewarded with Company 
Commander A founding father of 
THE ROOM, Gloves enjoyed a 
grilled cheese habit that was even- 
tually terminated by Grote Col- 
lege hoops and sports trivia were 
his specialty, next to brewing with 
the boys A great fighter. Gloves 
managed to take on Anne Arundel 
County singlehandedly After 3 
years of excuses, he finally made it 
down to Ft Lauderdale To a great 
guy, good luck with Marine Air, a 
choice we'll never understand. 
JWG & JTD 




' MES W. GUY III 

. 'nmond. Virginia 

' igsy. as he is called by everyone. 
I lading his Grandma, was a wel- 
tme addition to THE ROOM He 
(me with a super head for sports 
' la and a brewing ability which 
rjtched only his romancing skills 
^edless to say, the human credit 
cd, not worrying about quality, 
c ted his shore of babes The 1 1 7 lb 
vesting machine that walked in 
t doors of Bancroft left as a 175 
It/iini "fridge " Mugs was always a 
f' orite in company whether it was 
h Jim Morrison impersonations or 
h itories of surfing and shark hunf- 
<^ Novy Air will now be a port of 
" Gee legacy Good luck Jim, 
t' Iks for the laughs, JD, MG 



SCOTT W. HELMERS 

Saratoga California 
"Doc " has had plenty of success at 
USNA Topping all was his appoint- 
ment to Director of Dream Re- 
search Labs This, combined with his 
huge QPR, chemistry major, and Tri- 
dent Project in cancer research, 
has guaranteed him a medical 
school position after Graduation 
(how many years is thaf) Scott 
loves to race his bicycle, but says 
crashing is no fun (stitches again''i) 
He was President of the bicycle 
club this year because he worked 
hard, rode fast, and always dressed 
in the height of cycling fashion He's 
also been Co andBott Honor Rep, 
Platoon Cdr , Reg Adjutant, and 
Phi Kappa Phi member. Good Luck! 



ULYSSES V. MACEOA 

Bremerton. Washington 
Lys come to USNA with only one 
thing on his mind. Graduation! He 
knew he had trouble when he got 
kicked out of his major before Plebe 
year even began But Lys fought 
back, quickly becoming the gouge 
king If Lys had the gouge, that was 
reason enough to take the course 
Lys left his mark with his unforgetta- 
ble Log cartoons Lys overcame a 
few more obstacles to graduation 
like PCR, Chem and Wires twice, 
and a brief fling When Lys finally 
turned legal, he was out-of-controM 
After all his hard work, the end was 
near when he got his oiler out of his 
hometown Lys, you are a great 
friend, take care and God Bless Ro 



JAMES J. MALLOY 

Silver Spring, fylaryland 
Jim came to the Academy after a 
harsh year of partying at Villanova 
He come for the tradition, the fine 
food and lovely rooms Jim came 
to become a Surface Warrior But 
most of all, he came to be closer to 
home Jim worked hard at every- 
thing, but, he was never too busy 
for a friend in need Some of us 
needed his insight and support, and 
of course the late night bull sessions 
and guitar Jim gave the "room" a 
certain something, and we gave 
that something back Fair winds 
and following seas. Jim and 
Bronwyn 



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JOHN K. MARTINEUI 

Alexandria. Virginia 
Jack Kennedy-alias Gizmo, follow- 
ing dad's footsteps, entered Ca- 
noe U, with the goal of being ttie 
best that he could be His grease 
underwear earned him a highly visi- 
ble position on Brigade Staff He 
then became a Georgetown Hoya 
in his last semester, although Thurs- 
days were for Trinity! He always had 
a perpetual girlfriend-only the 
names would change He spent 
four years without frying or being 
fried, even though he broke more 
regs than most His good sense of 
humor and ability to work with oth- 
ers will serve him well Jack you're a 
good friend Take care. Go Navy 
Air' JJW UVM [?S 



BRIAN R. MCGINNIS 

Lima. Ohio 

5th Co THE FIRST TWO YEARS Brian 
arrived at USNA from the field cow- 
boy hat in hand, hay in his hair, and 
sawdust in his boots The boots and 
hat were traded in along with the 
hair, but "WINGNUT" set his course 
for Nuke Subs. Good luck and 
smooth sailing BP 19th Co THE BEST 
YEARS Brian survived the motoma- 
tic. "V=IR" Ted his lab partner and 
EE. He was a PLT CDR in the D -I- B 
beating A.F in the competition 
Nuke Power was earned thru many 
late hours aided by trademark m 19 
was a stained and cracked coffee 
mug May God bless you at NPS 
and ever with KIM PBN 




JAMES F. MIRANDA 

Cinnammson. New Jersey 
Jimbo entered this hallowed 
ground from Cinnaminson. N J via 
NAPS. Following an amusing fresh- 
men summer, he quickly achieved 
the academic level that he is fam- 
ous for. "If 2 wasn't good enough. 
it wouldn't be the minimum " Jimbo 
excelled m bosebaii. lacrosse, and 
football, before finding a home at 
150's He managed to keep smiling 
through the dreary weekendless 
era with activities like the Cougar 
show end the Nimitz rooftop affair 
My fcvori'e Squad Daddy is now 
heading fo- 'j3S Peoria Good Luck 
buddy. I hope *he crew is ready 
when the "frustrated Marine" 
shows up "looking nke Arnold" 



PHILIP BYRON JOHN NEEDHAM 

Maaison Heights. Michigan 
From the state which is famed for its 
Wolverines, one time World Series 
champs. Tigers, and the hopeless 
Lions, comes a great roommate 
and friend Here are a few to re- 
member Timmy's with MTV and 
pitchers of beer. Riordans with crab 
vegetable soup and mugs of beer 
Ram's Head with Kulmmotors. dark 
beer, and coolers, and finally. 
Grandmas goodies and cookies 
Well, we finally made it thus far Re- 
member to keep the faith and be 
strong in God always I wish you the 
best of luck on the Spruance and in 
the Fleet in your many years to 
come Your roommate and friend/ 
brother J D.F 



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JOHN M. O-DONNELL 

Ff Lauderdale. Florida 
The O'D saga is easily one of the 
strangest at USNA After forgetting 
to go to high school, John left his 
boat in the Bahamas, instead sailing 
through NAPS Once at Navy, he 
was a top performer. O'D also 
•arred on the off-shore sailing 
•earn, earning a command as a 
2/c He couldn't quite decide on a 
major, finally ending in the Brother- 
hood Out of the hall. John's adven- 
tures were classics, and the retell- 
ing even better, if you had an hour 
to listen to him From Key West to 
Nova Scotia, there was a girl to 
meet and a story to tell Good luck 
in the Surface Navy John, and don't 
give up the ship GP. CR 



SCOTT F. OUTLAW 

Lancdster. South Carolina 
Scott entered these hallowed halls 
from the sleepy village of Lancas- 
ter, somehow bypassing Clemson 
U This would prove traumatic at 
times Scott amazed us all wtih his 
intellectual development. He be- 
gan to read voraciously. G & W 
Recruiting. SI, and the IPTAY Report 
were just a few of his classics. 
Street & Smith and Max Emfinger 
being his favorite authors Aca- 
demics never posed a problem 
Just another necessary evil dealt 
with by massive amounts of sleep 
The Fleet will receive the best when 
Scott leaves USNA to fulfill his Sur- 
face Warrior ambitions To a great 
guy and a true friend Fair winds 
and following seas NKS 



GEORGE J. PROCAK 

East Greenville. Pennsylvania 
Big George entered this fine institu- 
tion from the farms of East Green- 
ville, Pa He quickly learned that be- 
ing an Historical Engineer left him 
plenty of time to explore all facets 
of the Conduct System This extra- 
curricular activity did not deter him 
from finding fame in the Rugby 
Club. Many a beer con found its 
way into the Rust-bucket after a 
victory Big George always looked 
at USNA from a different perspec- 
tive than most , from the rear 
view mirror. The Corps found itself a 
reason to call themselves the few. 
the proud, the Marines, when it 
landed Big George Knock'em 
dead buddy 



ANTHONY M. QUESADA 

El Paso, Texas 

Tony came to USNA by way of the 
Bronx. NY and El Paso. Texas He 
arrived as the youngest member of 
the class, but never let his youth 
interfere with achieving excel- 
lence. An outstanding athlete (ex- 
cept in the pool) and scholar. Tony 
kept his sanity m spite of being cor- 
rupted by Mat. living with engineers 
and a detour to West Point Plebe 
detail. The Room, road trips and 
teaching highlighted firstie year. 
Live by chance. Love by choice, 
SINK by profession. The Nukes got a 
good man and a better friend KJD 
MRW 




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|lRISTOPHER M. REEGER 

cago. Illinois 
I'lS. alias Geisler, hails from the 
\ idy City which explains how he 
t ezed through NAPS, only to find 
I" self in the wrong company at 
I- ■JA Geisler, undaunted and 
C 'e resourceful, went oil the way 
t< jet into Cloud 19 His weekend 
a ivities in Crabtown involved 
ide investments with brokers like 
Fijiny O's and Riordans Second 
c|s year brought new adventures 
ih iding the great break in the 
S^-hine State and Pro-Tons refng- 
©Ted rolling dressing room First 
ciji year had Geis as Co Sub Cdr 
Wset and part time restnctee 
»^)nd set due to the Sine Wave 
Be of luck as a Navy Pilot to a true 
•'i-. O'D 



ROLAND SALVANERA 

Streamwood. Illinois 
Ro came to Navy U with two things 
on his mind- fast cars and faster 
women, Ro took plebe year with 
ease by forgetting his troubles 
through dozens of paperback nov- 
els and quality rack Not before 
long, Ro grew more grey hairs as he 
entered his major, lost an old flame 
and then patronized Disco Dahl- 
gren. Ro then quickly shifted into 
fifth gear, leaned back and coast- 
ed by going General and leaving 
his women behind With a black 
sports car named "J D ", a power- 
lifting "N" sweater, baft stripes and 
an AMDO billet with sweet orders to 
Jacksonville, what else can go 
wrong"? You are a great friend, 
take core and God Bless LYS 



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NEIL K. SAWYER 

Rome. Georgia 

Neil came to USNA from the city 
whiere all roads lead, Rome Though 
his heart was with a little Southern 
Belle at Georgia Tech, Neil still man- 
aged to get stars and two stripes 
Always the adventurous type, Neil 
spent his first two years on the look- 
out for daring things to do Ho Chi 
Minh. gutter wars, and galley runs 
Air Mobile' Infamous Group 8 at P- 
Cola, hey, where did Verm go'' 
Second class academics proved 
tough for Neil, I think I'll sleep in to- 
day Senior year, Neil enjoyed 
weekends to their max Thanks Del- 
ta Since the eyes failed, Neil's oft 
to be an NFO To a great guy and a 
great friend Good luck and God 
bless SFO 



ANDREW A. SCHNEIDER 

Columbus. Ohio 

It's hard to tell you much about 
Nads' first 3 years here, since all of 
his former roommates during that 
time have gone to greener pas- 
tures Nads was then made a full- 
fledged member of THE ROOM, to 
which he brought oldies music, a 
Pee Wee Herman Fan Club Mem- 
bership (I know you are, but what 
am P), and unnecessary late nights 
geeking for Econ As 4 year presi- 
dent of the "V" Club, Nads always 
had a stock of gals, all good friends. 
Bright but lazy, Nads finally got his 
dream boat, a minesweeper in 
Panama City, where he also hopes 
to get the BIG BOAT Stop by P- 
Colo, where there's plenty o' time 
to see the bottom of Coral Bay (the 
rum, of course) 



ANDREW E. SHUMA III 

Shokan. New York 
"Mau" sailed through Plebe Sum- 
mer and the remainder of his 4 
years here, both literally and figura- 
tively As head manager of the 
Varsity Sailing Team since Plebe 
year, Andy hasn't enjoyed much 
free time or weekends, but when 
he does, he can be found resting 
those precious eyes for Navy Air, 
This IS not to say that our Andy isn't 
a hard worker, he sports himself in o 
very elite group Math/English dou- 
ble major. Although his diligent ef 
forts are not just limited to acade^ 
mia - Andy has been one of this 
year's best company stripers I'm 
sure this is only the tip of the iceburg 
of great things to come from Andy 
Doc 




KEITH C. TEMPLE 

Slidell. Louisiana 

The stump came to good or USNA 
from the swamps of the bayou Liv- 
ing close to New Orleans, he 
brought with him the laid back Mar- 
di Gras party attitude During the 
week Keith was a sleeper, but on 
the weekends he suddenly be- 
came a southern rebel Second 
doss year was very exciting for 
Keith The summer was filled with 
parties and an illegal attempted 
use of Mr Visa, while on Army party 
brought a metomorphic change 
Acquiring a new touch of class. 
Stump tried to quietly and calmly 
finish out Navy Good luck on the 
LUCE, We know you'll do well be- 
cause the "chief" look is in and the 
stock market is up 



MATHEW R. WARE 

Wick ford. Rhode Island 
Mat "Under" Ware came to USNA 
with a single creed, "first names 
only please " Undoubtedly, his 
greatest talent was to make peo- 
ple laugh, becouse he never took 
himself too seriously Still, one must 
not overlook the fact that he was 
very successful in one of the most 
difficult majors. Naval Arch Mot 
may have had a lot of girlfriends, 
but more importantly, he had a lot 
of friends A complex guy with a 
simple style Mot. take care 



EDWARD A. WENTZ 

Hanover. Pennsylvania 
Eddie came up through the ranks 
wanting to fly To get there he in- 
sisted on on Aero degree, despite 
hearing "You don't need Aero to 
fly " So to be safe he took a sec- 
ond major-music Becoming a D & B 
character brought many fringe 
benefits such as few weekends, 
sliding QPR. trips during leave, and 
of course conveniently missing 
most mandatory meetings He al- 
ways kept his slate clean, even be- 
coming D & B CDR. but behind 
closed doors his antics and degen- 
erated humor always brought a 
good laugh without ever getting hit 
except once Despite 4 yrs togeth- 
er Ed always remained a great 
friend and a good bunkie Good 
luck Willie 



JOHN J. WILCZYNSKI III 

Susanville. California 
Pari I- 12th John was quici^ 
dubbed "Willy " Plebe year i 
learned the manual of arms witn 
crutch, and Army week he endc^ 
gered his family lineage Youngsjj 
year he fell in love at a Co foottj 
game Now John and Darlene ha 
a date at the chapel JJ prov 
too wild tor Tim-Tim. who mov;i 
him to 19 Thanks for the go 
times PTJW JWL Pan II- 19th. 
came to 19 for reasons still 
known to anyone We were ea 
to accept him He was clwl 
quick to laugh or have tun. rem^ 
ber Hood''! Goucher''i Well, 
not John chose Navy Pilot Evg^; 
one here wishes John and Dcrlp" 
happiness and prosperity JKM f 



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BRIAN D. ALLEN 

lVe5A/o*^e, California 
The "Bead", who for his last three 
and a half years at Navy has striven 
for and become the model mid- 
shipman pictured in the USN A 
catalog a four-striped Brigade Ad- 
jutant The key is he means it, lives 
it. feels it He will undoubtedly drive 
his 78 VW Bus right into the parking 
spot reserved for 1986's first Admi- 
ral, if he ever gets it working again 
Brian's devotion and faith to God 
and to his friends and being the 
best person he can be will always 
stand him in great stead with every 
life he touches He has touched all 
of ours 



SHARON R. ALMAN 

Trumoull. Connecticut 
Sharon never experienced the typi- 
cal plebe shock Back in CT she 
went through James Bond torture 
conditioning. Fourth class year 
brought pre-print views of Salty 
Sam, freezing in the Disney world 
parking lot and a lost then found 
again roommate (but did she ever 
learn to play roquetball'') Young- 
ster year gave a new meaning to 
the word steam and a bond 
formed which was cemented (or 
should I say plastered) over 2nd 
class summer. First closs year 
brought thoughts of chiming bells 
and the decision to go "corpsi" 
See you in Go Shar, EEP 




DANIEL K. BACZKOWSKI 

Acton, Massachusetts 
"Motivate me, Mr Baczkowski," 
once said a Captain, and that's 
what he has done and will continue 
to do Dan left his mark on the 
Academy (Batt Comm.) as well as 
in the woods at Deep Creek Lake 
Dan always got his work done on 
time, sometimes, and then it was 
always bedtime The only thing 
more important than sleep, was 
deep sleep Not bad philosophy 
Baz Good luck Sunshine, and don't 
lose the lint. 



DONALD M. BALL JR, 

Spring Lake, .\ert jersey 
Donball, we never learned his last 
name, once told everyone he was 
from the Garden State but we 
knew he was really from N J. During 
plebe year Don set three goals: to 
go to flight school, to be skipper of 
his own boat and to graduate with 
a degree in Mech E. Somehow I'm 
not surprised he accomplished all 
three goals We had a lot of fun 
with Don: Remember- The South- 
bound Train, Naivetramid, The 
Rocket and every girl that was 
"The Right One". One day you'll 
find a girl anda neck. Seriously, we 
know Don will be successful at 
whatever he does because of the 
spirit and energy he puts into ev- 
erything. En Ami RTM 



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FRANCIS A. BIJAK 

Parma. Ohio 

Motocross to Football, then D-line 
to O-line. Should I stoy or should I 
go? John Emerick, coach Lewis. 
Rogers. Stewart, and Matsko. 2 
Varsity Letters-talks night before 
the games. Vs over Pitt. #2 USC, 
#20 UVa, and ARMY! 2nd Class 
Summer (B J.. Horse. Rat. JYD). no- 
torius group 8. U Penn, run from 
subway to Navy Yard Actramid 
Riverside, smith's pool, Jim R . July 
4th, (I am Hooked Horsey!). Ft Lau- 
derdale. The Button- Best Danceri. 
PIA Award- spring ball. Starting Left 
OT -85 NFO, Surface, or Corps?. 1st 
class PCR & make-up. A life long 
friend and part of the Family 1 
Brothers! PJH 



THOMAS E. BROWN 

Orange Park. Florida 
No one in 86 will ever forget Steve 
Murphy especially 

Saaaaaoaaaaaalty As befits re- 
ceiving this great gift Tom gave us 
his own words of wisdom 'cuse me. 
'cuse me. 'cuse me. Through the 
years at Bancroft, Salty has left his 
impression on us. Our drilling days 
and his Severn River lines His self 
control in not planting a green 
shoot in St Johns And most of all, 
Tom continued the Lima Bravo mys- 
tique in Savannah, In the end, Tom 
achieved more at Canoe U than 
most He graduated as a Mechani- 
cal Eng. under heavy pressure, 
blasted his last A-S, and got a free 
ear tuck. So Tom enjoy that 125*F 
heat of the Mighty Fine. KRW 



TOD D. BURKERT 

Boardman. Ohio 

Tod has come a long way since the 
days when he thought that "star- 
board" was an ex-Navy quarter- 
back Actually, he claims that they 
do know what the navy is in Ohio 
Reading the sports page and talk- 
ing to his fiance, Lori, have con- 
sumed a large chunk of Tod's ca- 
reer Tod does more than just read 
sports though — A 4-year letterman 
In Light weight Football, he could 
always be counted on to throw a 
ball around or play hoops Whatev- 
er Tod does, whether athletic, aca- 
demic, or just fun, he is an example 
of a man simply living to please 
God His light will continue to shine 
out in the fleet 



GEORGE A. BUSTAMANTE 

Shaker Heights. Ohio 
When George was 3 yrs old, he built 
his first A/D converter And the rest 
is history No one knows what drove 
him to a life of military fanotacism. 
but out of the depths of a Toco Bell 
there arose a Patton Jr with a love 
for iCs and a desperate need for 
glove alterations Face it, George is 
bound for military glory At age 7 he 
owned the entire Jane's collection 
At 19 he developed a new kind of 
napalm He only needs to learn golf : 
(he gave it up for diving) and to 
steer while changing radio stations. 
Other than that, the kid is set Don't 
throw away that snorkel yet.- 
bubba You'll be there 




SANDRA L. DAVIDSON 

Walden. New York 
Sandra, do you remember: road 
trips home to West Point, the little 
white RX7 Spring Break- Shooters & 
b-ball "my god Trish, he drives a 
truck!!" the robot that talks how 
much you loved swimming Baft 
Sub-Cdr: no roomies? That's a 
laugh!! Slumber Parties!! Can I bor- 
row an outfit? Tim-Army/Navy 
Crab Feasts at the Taylor's Solo- 
mon's Island-a great discovery Yel- 
lowstone/EDO PR & LAS Thru good 
times and bod you were and al- 
ways wiil be there A True Friend!!! 



CRAIG B. DUNN 

Northeast. Maryland 

arcing wallsockets. Sumos. Ho 
Chi Minh, dolls on Mohan, bucks- 
norting, Mickey's Big Mouths on the 
docks, in the alleys, and at the con- 
dos. the funnelotor, Timmy's, Mad 
Dog breath, boxing in Dahlgren, ice 
capades restriction. Kimbo. tetas. 
Dunnisms. I can't list them all One 
paragraph is simply not enough to 
do justice to the four year experi- 
ence at this place. Just remember 
the good times, for your recollec- 
tion of them will be more amusing 
than if I attempt to list them here. 
Thanks for a lot of good times and a 
lot of memories, guys. 



RICARDO L. FRESQUEZ 

Miami. Florida 

This young Mexican cannot claim 
one state as his Home of Record He 
has been on both coasts thanks to 
being a Marine brat If there is one 
thing he is famous for that is his eat- 
ing abilities during Mexican Meal. 
This led to the nickname of "The 
Bean" Rick must not have been too 
obnoxious, he had the same two 
roommates (Wags & Busty) for 3 
years The Small Boys always 
seemed to get into the most trou- 
ble. This was the time that Rick met 
the love of his life. Tracy. They 
should have a good future since 
they spent so much time together 
Good Luck to my best friends, the 
SEAL and the EOOW (Diver hope- 
ful). RLF. 



COLLIN P. GREEN 

Bowie. Maryland 

The man, the myth, the monster. A 
life of valleys and peaks, so let's talk 
peoksM, Wags, I gotta move mv 
car. Matt, scoot over. Squash 
courts and Ruggers U of M, Lauder 
dole. Buddy! I 4 long years and we 
are finally roommates. Block 
brothers, and hollboll-qualed Being 
the odd-man out. only we know 
Study hour and Nerf. Bol-ing, one 
what's the word for Too bad 

won't be in Pcola w/you but you I 
do the jukes right. Jr, What's th€ 
deaP. making it through and doinc 
it in style For all of us left at sec 
level, do a barrel roll. grin, and re 
member that it was a long haul bu 
all the pain and problems were 
worth it in the end Gotta love it 
even nowH JLH 



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WILLIAM S. GURECK 

Springfield. Virginia 
Scott ended Plebe Summer In a ro- 
ITiantic turmoil that took all of Plebe 
Yeor to settle That's how it is with 
Scott He gets what he wants After 
oloying musical majors for a semes- 
ler, he finally settled tor a low input- 
iigh output mode of study English 
.Tiajors are on important fleet asset, 
1 be sure, and I know one submori- 
,ier who's well rested and ready to 
oe tested in Orlando Scott will 
vork hard at Nuke school He has 
juite an exomple to follow Take 
jood care of him Frieda, I did TWL 




kTTHEW C. HELLMAN 

icoma. Washington 

iithing's gonna get in the way of 

s 5 ft. 8 in senior from Tacomo 

ashington If there's a job to be 
''ne, Matt's just the guy (to talk 

u Out of it and into the rack) 
Ijtt will long be remembered for 
I 'racking-leathers" and his sofe- 
' O'nned geekers When he wasn't 
' idying or sleeping (was there a 
iterence''). he could be found 
r iximizing his court time or just 

< tting big The two biggest things 
f itt learned as an Econ major 
^•re to maximize profits and mim 

' :e the sweat on his palms at the 
r intion of profits The navy can't 

< wrong with this Supply Corps se- 
I'tee Good luck. Hellman DKB 




JEFFREY L. HORNBERGER 

Wilmington. Illinois 

Jeff IS from a tiny midwestern town 
in Illinois, with an athletic career and 
a troll of lovelies wishing he had 
gone to U of I At least that's what 
he tells us No, really, the man has 
made his mark on ladies of all ages 
in the D C area He now has settled 
quite contently into the wifer 
mode Kathleen must be special. 
Wife or no wife, Jeff's the kind of 
guy you're glad ended up at USNA, 
Everready to do more important 
things during study hour like Nerf. 
runs to the B-C area, or the hall boll 
qualsi Buddy! I we know what it is to 
play any sport, be odd man out. 
We shouldo been roomies earlier. 
LCC20-5-MBA-SS Block Brothers 
from here on out 




DAVID J. LANDWEHR 

. ong Island. New York 
; 'avid (Billy, CS. Eingee, Phil) Land- 
.vehr. although a cheap-shot artist, 
was a great asset to the Academy 
and toy companies, Dave's great- 
est gift was his left arm-no not for 
playing little yellow basketballs off 
("lan's head, but for hurling Baseball 
ame to be so pervasive in Dave's 
te that his chain-of-commond se- 
' nor year was from Stiff to Bo Good 
jck diving Dave— I think that's 
Ahot you ended up with? Oh yah, 
nice laugh (all nine of them). 



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THOMAS W. LLTSCHER 

Youngstown, New York 
Tom is living proof that man cannot 
live by racl< alone- he needs sail- 
boats too! During his four year 
membership with the Naval Acade- 
my Yacht Club. Tom brought home 
so many trophies and cups that he 
hardly l<new where to put them ail 
Tom, I agree, you should have been 
given cruise credit for your races to 
Bermuda and Novo Scotia during 
the summers- Studying may not 
have been a favorite pastime for 
Tom, but he still managed to learn 
oiot of amazing things, such as new 
and creative ways of hiding his hair 
You're a great guy. Tom. and 
thanks for everything, especially for 
being a friend W.S G 





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Kannapolis. North Carolina 
(Morg-uh-zuh) Russell is a difficult 
character to define. He is one of 
the most relaxed people on 2-2 . . . 
unless it is test weel< He is a very 
agreeable, alert kind of guy , 
after ten AM His dry Southern wit 
lightens up both the wardroom and 
the classroom Someday, Russell, 
you might learn to play the piano, 
for now though, you will hove to 
make do with the greens in Orlando 
and the slopes in Idaho Todd will 
surely find time to work in the midst 
of leisure. He brings a rare mixture of 
both fun and excellence to what- 
ever he does B.D.A. 



PHILIP G. MCLAUGHLIN 

Mesa, Arizona 

Phil hails from Pheonix, AZ He's on 
electrical engineer and a nuclear 
submarine officer He likes jazz. golf, 
and plugging his heed into 1 15 VAC 
outlets Okay. Phil, for $15,000 
name a small sea creature , , . 
"shrimp cocktail " To become 
friends for life with Phil, merely sit on 
his chest and say. "Hi, I'm drunk" 
Phillisms I'm going home, so what 
the a #3% are all these spiders do- 
ing here? Why isn't anyone spozz- 
ing out? Okay, big boy Phil loves to 
"darken shop" and "rig for silent 
running," especially during his free 
periods A good friend to everyone 
In TA-WENTY Look out, silent ser- 
vice, he's reodyi 



THOMAS D. METZGER 

Napa. California 

Q. from way out West in California 
came with a desire to be a SUB DB. 
hence on inquisitvie yet assertive 
person was he Not that Wolly ever 
became aggressive or anything-he 
was one of Jerry's kids Sportsman- 
like always. Tom supported Joke in 
their quest to clean up the game 
Somewhat square. Q squared 
Copt Gouge himself Early, he be- 
came head General in his major 
Grooving with him was almost as 
much fun as driving around in the 
VW Deothmobile First Class year, Q 
slowly became the Phantom as he 
spent all his time spinning his 
"Wheels," Q ganned, busted and 
baked with the backrow boys until 
he sold on Whit/Athens for CEC 
Good luck, the Boys 




MATTHEW S. MUCKELBAUER 

Crownsville. Maryland 
Matt- Ox. Ape. Bronze God. Lead- 
ership- Too tall (file cords). Chuck. 
Ed. Willie at the some time Boxing- 
Made it to the semi's. Clarkes for 
the finals Army-Navy- Blenders, 
lane changes Ft Lauderdale- Oh 
my. Elbow room, whiskey guns, sys- 
tem shutdown Firstie- CC. NL 500. 
the hardened and bitter man Ma- 
rines- I didn't really wont to fly any- 
how. Maybe Medical Corps'' I'D 
RATHER DIE" Springsteen- God him- 
self, say no more Navy- Has ships. 
See my poinf Best of Luck Buddy!!! 
TLW 



ELLEN E. ROBERTS 

Falls Ctiurcti, Virginia 
Ellen came to the Naval Academy 
from Great Falls. VA (both times!) 
Plebe year had its ups and downs 
from chemistry to English and the 
parking lot in Disney World Young- 
ster year led to romance on the 
way to Pasadena That "hot-then- 
cold" romance continued through 
second class year as did her week- 
ends that never ran out (well, she 
was adjutant righf?) Now it's first 
class year, we're still roommates, 
and will be 'till next March, and we 
both know that "WE" ore all we'll 
really remember of this place. Bye, 
SRA 



NATHAN S. MOORE 

Anns ton, Alabama 
Scott come to us from the back 
woods of Alabama Well. Anniston 
IS the county seat He brought to 
the Academy a unique blend of 
tastes such as had never been 
seen On any night the sounds of 
rock to opera to light jazz and 
country could be heard What are 
you doing tonight Scott? The opera 
or a RUSH concert '' Of course there 
were Georhead Moore's other pas- 
sions, like gadgets Cars, ionizers, 
digital, , Most of us benefitted 
from his many talents Good luck 
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JUSTIN M. SMITH 

Key West, Florida 
"To my best friend. Pop For all yoi 
do, this one is for you Love, Justir 
U S N A 1986" -June 20th, 1982 M 
undying thanks to Lorry and thf 
"Bead" for always being there ti 
help me through the rough time: 
Best in life to Chad, Bill, Kais, Hectc 
and Raj we'll always be wing 
men -Juice 



444 • CLASS OF 1986 



JOHN TIETJENS SOMMER 

Hagerstown, Maryland 
"The lowly-touted sometimes be- 
come ttie gifted . . out of bosket- 
ball-nch Goretti, Somner expected 
summer camp, just ask Wags-Yeah 
right, Dad-when B-ball didn't work 
out switched to 150's Carolina Blue 
Heaven The human being is un- 
believable The more you ask the 
more you get , Worthy-Tappey- 
Woody D & the ACC-OU-Dayton 
NCAA St Pafs Day 'SS-The Mount 
'86 Durham '86-LGTS-on the hill, you 
& me Reality only hit when away 
from blue Layla And we kept 

asking for more , , When you going 
to realize it was just that the time 
was wrong''-Comes alive at Tour- 
ney time . . . That's the difference 
between the good, the great and 
the also-rans " 



LARRY L. VAZQUEZ 

Miami, Florida 

The ultimate Latin Lover Buy me a 
drink? Thanks, Babe I'm hurting big 
time for money-wanna go to Ivlag- 
gie's? How 'bout a ride in my Hot 
PORSCHE?! Leather seats, Europe- 
an seats, European summers and 
tvlaking Waves The cynic's big cyn- 
ic The 'Heads and 'Furs (Da. DA. DA 
), Peavey Power Springsteen 
takes one in the neck I'm out here 
on the balcony Abstract Algebra'' 
Saaal-ty. K-Karma. Busty 8( Wags. 
Budha-Belly and Big-Jim H.C. Sur- 
vived three semesters of the Juice 
Would you light the next one? A 
late bloomer of the "Right Stuft," El 
Tiburon has rolled his dice for Pensa- 
cola and a perennial state of bach- 
elorhood You have made it all real. 
Squeeze JMS 




ODD L. WAGNER 

^rand Junction, Colorado 
JRST HALF Sweat, brush, I'll find out, 
Irunk, fried, Ed (where's my cruise 
ox). Chuck, Chuck and more 
;huck, a cheesecake injection, I'm 
luittin. drunk, the Everglades, a ca- 
oe and we're not going to Dis- 
eyworld, SECOND HALF drunk, 
ommitted, drunk, nude photos, no 
lore Chuck, no go NFO (the battle 
©gins) NL500 and what are we try- 
•Q to do here, the hardened, bitter 
ian, it's looking mighty green but 
le good doctor loses and the 
ime duck syndrome FINAL SCORE 
/ags 3 stripes. 1 black N. 1 cruise 
ox and 6 racks Navy; one moti- 
3ted SEAL Sure are special feel- 
gs. It's been great, bud, MSlvl 



KENNETH R. WILLIAMS 

Rock Hill. South Carolina 
Kenny! Kenny! Kenny! Yes. Kenny 
came to Navy from the pure white 
woods of South Carolina However, 
he was destined to a life of 
change He will never forget those 
morning battles in front of the mirror 
with that chainsaw. That manly 
beard would later earn him the ti- 
tles of Chinny, Shavey and the 
Goat. A goat that would become 
old and gnarly through his experi- 
ences in PI and Philly We'll never 
forget how Navy licked Army first 
class year! Fly Navy! Die Commiei 
Go get'em Ackl TEB 



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FRANK A. ARATA 

San Francisco. Calitornia 
Frankie hails from the liberated 
country town of San Francisco 
With his outstanding looks, charm, 
and tact, not to mention his views 
on politics and religion, he has 
wooed many an East Coast girl. Al- 
though he hasn't found that per- 
fect girl yet, he knows she's out 
there His luck on the pony and 
elsewhere is incredible, but when if 
failed, the meathooks were ready 
Fortunately, Frank was able to 
avoid the pencil neck navy and is 
destined to become the best sur- 
face warrior since JPJ Fair winds 
and following seas. Bud! DGS-JMM 



JONATHAN B. BAILEY 

Bristol. Connecticut 
On 7-7-82 (a day which will live ir 
infamy), J B entered Navy, eagerly 
awaiting the adventure ahead He 
soon, however, woke up. as Spear; 
et al queried him with trivia Follow 
ing a thrilling YP cruise, Jon relaxec 
thru 3/c year, actually becoming 
so subdued that he went to clcs 
on 8-22-84 (another day of infamy 
thinking, "Well, it only gets better.' 
That fall, though, the god-like D.S 
began probing his anatomy, con 
tinuing through May Finally, durin(i 
"the best of his 4 years at thn 
Academy," J.B was robbed of hi 
Aero major, and chose bubble 
head as an 1826-day hobby 




ROBERT S. BAZAN 

Amsterdam. New York 
Coming from Amsterdam. Bob was 
a legend in his own mind This veter- 
an of Woodstock participated in 
many ECA's. including D 8i B. the 
5000 club. Panama studies group, 
and the Glen Burnie Youth Council. 
Due to his strong desire to tour. Bob 
became a veteran and expert of 
the Dahlgren beer sprint Bob, in his 
post as Rumor Control, was a great 
source of knowledge to all-"l only 
deal in facts " As a SWOskateer, 
nothing but success awaits Bob in 
the Navy and in life after We'll all 
miss Bob's friendship, humor, and, 
especially, his invaluable quotes. 
Hey Bob, get in the pic P 



KATHERINE D. CHERNOCH 

Scotia. New York 
Kate was just a farm girl from u 
state New York Plebe year was h 
librarian phase, with big glasses or 
short hair Youngster year broug 
longer locks, uncluttered eyes, ai 
the start of her continuing bat 
with the mile. Happiness found I" 
second class year with the man 
her dreams living just across the he 
Kate thanks all those who befrier 
ed her and helped her throuc 
Paige, Mo, Bobbi, Joe. and, most 
all, TED, 




BRADFORD C. DAVIS 

Kennet Square. Pennsylvania 
Brad came to us from the infamous 
Mushroom Capital of the World, 
none other than Kennet Square He 
survived plebe summer, barely Be- 
ing born on Fri the 13th didn't help, 
neither did those rough drill sessions 
He could always be found running, 
at least out to his classy Mustang 
Second class year left Brad 
xnocked out after a rough game of 
Murderball, but everything Vi^orked 
out all right and he ended up going 
with Pudd's Froncie to the Ring 
Oonce Well never forget the 
great parties up at Brad's house 
Defore Army Remember, SWO is 
•he only way to goi R S B 



T. EDWARD DEMPSEY 

Coeur D'Alene. Idaho 
Ed come to USNA from every- 
where, but most recently from Ida- 
ho, He started with a bang plebe 
year as CC This quickly changed 
youngster year when an attempt 
to live with Fearless Freddie back- 
fired Ed then tried some extra cur- 
ricular activities that got him an un- 
reg letter sweater The 5000 Club 
was thus formed with Ed and his 
roommates presiding Second class 
year Ed changed his attention to a 
company mate across the hall, re- 
sulting in a break-up of the club 
Ed's two main ambitions in life are 
to juggle while riding a unicycle and 
fly Navy Air Good Luck Ed, you silly 
Rabbit J D H 



GLENN J. ESTRADA 

Norfolk. Virginia 

Well, it all began with the barking of 
dogs, at least hounds, that is. If 
there was gouge, the hound was 
on the trail Yes. the name stuck 
With youngster year, came '150 ftbl 
and the realization that everyone 
wasn't 150 lbs. Time for a new sport 
and how lucky can one be. It is not 
everyday that an Ail-American 
powerlifter is born. He never 
dreamed benching twice his 
weight would be so easy. And of 
course, there was Tes Yes world, 
another man taken, quickly. So 
much for bachelor life, hello joint 
bank account 1/c year. Take core 
Glenn. Hopefully there will be a 
weight set on your P-3 



LINZELL L. HARRIS 

Lexington Park. Maryland 
Linzell came to this fine institution 
hoping to become a Naval Pilot. 
But. due to his fine athletic ability 
and with the pull of a few strings, he 
was able to hook up with that elite 
group— "THE CHOPPERS." ■'LAX," 
Mr. Pro himself, was able to miss drill 
and ovoid 98% of all watches and 
almost as many classes because of 
injuries and pain (need Motrin??). If 
you want to find LAX on the week- 
ends, you can either take a trip to 
Rhonda's or you can wait 'til 0100 
when he will come strolling in for 
taps Lots of luck Lenny. Hopefully 
no one will mistake you for a janitor 
in the fleet 




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3SEPH 0. HERLIHY 

tiiilicothe. Ohio 

■>ey brought to USNA, from the 
ispth of a Herlihy moving and stor- 
je truck, a bead of sweat, a pair 
kneepads. and a plan for finan- 
31 security Plebe year was 

Ike (he was a Rotman trained 
3be) except for a couple of run- 
■ with the resident sow He 

immitted his 1st conduct oftense 
C year when, otter the ring 
ince, he introduced Suzie to 
•Mher B He skated the fry by brib- 
) the CMOD Joe was the only 
ly I know to hove female room- 
3tes 2/C and 1/C year "Pipe 
'wn the watch" read the mes- 
ge from the plebette and the 
ungsterette Take care Joe. 

' d keep your head in the clouds . 
ED 



PAIGE E. KOHLI 

Del Mar, California 
Paige didn't allow the Naval Acad- 
emy to cramp her California style in 
the least Rules were sacrificed for 
an occasional evening outing or 
shopping spree throughout her 
stay. By first class year, incognito 
traveling was swapped for a bat- 
tleship grey Porsche which was 
passed over for a hull number at 
refit. Paige was the first to nd herself 
of mates head by winning a letter in 
a smashing season of tennis Her 
zest for the good life kept her up 
with everything from the newest 
funky tunes to the latest shoes. For 
the resident engineer, I hope that 
all systems are go in CEC land Hey, 
don't say I never told you sol MFQ 



MARK J. LORRIN 

Savannah, Georgia 
Mark joined the Goon Platoon on 7 
JUL 82 He survived Groede & Laing 
as well as roomies Fearless & Bails A 
personnel hazard, M earned injury 
& the Airborne Award He chose 
Physics & applied it to spacetime 
dilation (/e rack) M's talents got 
him permanent spots doing plebe 
bulletin boards 8c then Co logos, all 
his racey logos being banned. 2/c 
yr transformed M into a scoundrel. 
The death of his TR7 at Annapolis 
500 didn't deter M from partying 
Bitter over losing his 20/20, M 
avenged himself on cruise, nearly 
downing on F-14 with a glorified Es- 
tes. M's Viking zeal eventually led 
him to go Corps Godspeed 

Mark Beach Party, Aloha! . . . JRM 



MARK D. LOWMAN 

Nashville. Tennessee 
If your room smells like roses you 
know shug's been around Whether 
its sailing, camping, rock climbing or 
drinking lemonade this smiling 
southerner always did it his way An 
honorary stuntman who managed 
to survive Wabbit weeks, mailbox 
races, grape cleanings, and minor 
dismemberment. Captain Invincible 
always made taps an adventure 
After I'i years on the terminally 
smitten list, the monger returned 
with a venegeance. and women 
from 7-4 to Kansas were subjected 
to his never accept "no" ap- 
proach Alas. Mark, there are no 
skirts underwater and the girls will 
miss you almost as much as we will. 



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OUY MAIDEN 

Hollow Rock. Tennessee 
After an enlisted stint, "CDR" con- 
sented to attend USNA Diognosed 
a leader in his class, he answered 
the coll of the SOW A good ole 
boy with a JFK haircut and a golf 
ball always under his lip, he sparked 
a flame in many a Dahlgren heart 
A propensity for beer and a "she's 
big, but she's cute, and I love her" 
were the tools of his trade 1/c 
year, while busy losing his heart to 
Bes, CDR lost his pilot vision and opt- 
ed for Nuke power With only three 
hours sleep a night, he toughed out 
a challenging P S major Good luck 
to the CDR (and Orlondoi) DGS 



JOHN R. MANSER 

Hudson. Ohio 

J came to USNA set on Aero & NFO 
Thus began his late-mghters A 
post-taps laundry bag E & M ex- 
periment caused a Vet's Day flame 
session for J. Phil. & Andy Cruising to 
the PI, J found Mojo, exotic women 
& magic stereo gear Weekends at 
Duke & girls schools kept him sane 
After a year of Bails & Aero. J un- 
wound in a T-2 & with a Dakota 
nurse at Pcolo J of ten relived his 
adventures in his sleep Spring 
Breaks saw him partying & scubo- 
diving in Fl Ring on hand & RX-7 
parked. J air-cruised to topless 
beaches in the Med followed by 
detail Mono & Propulsion couldn't 
stop him. Have fun at NASA & 
Pcola See ya at the beach party, 
(MJL) 



TWENTY-FIRST 
COMPANY 




STEPHEN MASI 

Milford. Connecticut 
Steve, the mentor of the man with 
chapped face, came to us with 
dreams of Carrier landings, em- 
barked on a pre-general major, le 
Systems, and by the end of 2/c 
year, offer large pools of drool and 
15 minutes of awareness in each 
class. Steve realized his dreams be- 
came a General and went Surface 
On the social front Elizabeth will 
never forget his 21sf birthday We'll 
never forget the man of the per- 
petuo; diet and jocks left in the win- 
dow oil made more than tolerable 
by an enaless flow of one liners and 
bizzare *rivia We love you for what 
you are Stephen, Good luck in the 
big world. 



JEFFREY M. MASTERSON 

Spring Lake Park. Minnesota 
Jeff Masterson, that Wally Cleaver 
type of guy, hails from the seafaring 
state of Minnesooota. Milos sub- 
dued manner, subtle charm, and 
sense of professionalism has earned 
him many close friends in the Bri- 
gade, especially the boys on 4- 1 . Al 
and Steve Through hard work and 
perseverance he earned a letter at 
Navy for his equestrian skills Al- 
though an outstanding pony rider, 
he suffered two near-fatal falls 
Only visits by a local D J got him 
through those months of convales- 
cence Jeff, you have been on out- 
standing friend and will moke an 
excellent addition to the submarine 
community, FAA & DGS 



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PATRICK J. MOROCCO 

West Trenton. New Jersey 
Pat came from Trenton leaving a 
big family and twin bro behind. 
Mom's wisdom and care pocks 
were always welcomed ttiot first 
year 3/c year brought happiness 
from rock's class and promises for a 
lifetime Boxing season, honor rep, 
expert rifle and 45 quals kept him 
busy Favorite times were Dad's sur- 
prise visits w/pretzeis in hand, pic- 
nics on rocks, mom's Italian dinners 
and iced tea, and WE's in good 
company. A dual command, San 
Diego cruise, Plebe Detail, NJ shore 
and WV farm filled the summers 
1/c year as a 4-striper on 4-1 (5 
steps to go) A Nuc career and o 
future with his Buddy by his side (the 
best part of all!) ILY-PS 



PHILIP A. MUNACO 

Hampton Bays. New York 
Phil came to USNA forsaking a per- 
petual party at Clorkson, possibly 
the source of his phantom attitude 
problem. Schwontz embarked on a 
major of carpentry, painting, and 
caligraphy, while also dabbling in 
History. Never letting homework re- 
place a good book. Surface Phil 
was kind enough to incessantly 
abuse his roommates with WHFS. 
Also known for his consistency with 
women, he never worried about re- 
ceiving the brick Our half-deaf, 
fashion trendsetter, flirted with pork 
chops, yet through no eftort of his 
own. managed an intelligent ca- 
reer. Have fun as always, Phil' SM. 



PAUL E. OBSITNIK 

Stamford. Connecticut 
Paul came down to us from Stam- 
ford as the Third Obsitnik at the Na- 
val Academy. Although very par- 
ticular about shaving (including his 
neck over plebe summer), he start- 
ed off plebe year with a lot of liquid 
courage Squash helped him skate 
through and carry him into young- 
ster year and the 5000 Club. Com- 
mitment night left Paul without the 
girl next door and with another 
sweater. E.E kept him busy, but he 
still managed to 3.6 in 86. First class 
year also found him in front of the 
company — those leadership talks 
sure paid off. We'll always remem- 
ber Paul for all the good times and 
good fun. GO FOR IT! R.S B 



MAURA F. QUINN 

New Qocneiie. New York 
One year at Villanovo was enough 
to convince Mo that only at Navy 
could she recover the naivete she 
had so carefully cultivated during 
seven years of catholic schools 
Four years later, she emerged quite 
the sophisticate — braces, finger- 
nails, and a DA. did her in. Surviving 
on a diet of chocolate, white 
bread and lettuce, she managed 
three dedicated years of track and 
cross-country First class year and 
the demand for a command voice 
took Mo off the track and onto the 
parade field leading the company 
(provided she was still standing). 
Pensacola will help you reach that 
cloud with the chocolate lining. 
Maurai PEK 




ANA L. SELBERG 

,sk Texas 

jffinhead came from Texas and 

II hasn't lost her accent Plebe 

immer we learned of Diana's en- 

iigement and her plans of not 

I3king it to graduation Ac year Di 

i^rned to appreciate her Dad and 

SR-71 Tennis became her lite 

d she eventually became the 

3rn captain 3/c year brought 

"r s credit cards With 2/c year. 

• ed how to drive her Berlin- 

■ie bribe." in the snow. A 

; cohol series snuck in there 

■ c year brought the RCA 

.deo center wtih a seat for 

i^ wOD friends Di will do great as 

it Tianpower analyst within the 

■'0 community but her heart will 

: .■. 'h Marine Air. Good luck and 

: '■: ess. LAS 



LUCY A. SIMONIAN 

Ctieimsford. Massachusetts 
Juice came from being the princi- 
pals daughter to one of Froede's 
last Plebe year zoomed by with a 
lamanated dining out chit, 3/c 
year Lucy decided she wasn't in- 
volved in many EGAs and wanted 
to join the EMBC Army/Navy gave 
the perfect excuse She swam Var- 
sity for 2 years before realizing subs- 
quod instructors tested the football 
boys. 2/c year was normal-boring. 
It did inspire new pastimes, like gaz- 
ing Cruising with Frosty's and Kah- 
lua took care of ■l/c summer, Ac 
year brought a research project on 
whaf The effects of chocolate? I 
suppose your lab is in the "O" Club. 
When things go wrong remember 
that Famous Line— screw that! DLS 



DAVID G. STUMHOFER 

Reading. Pennsylvania 
Out of nowhere came a sudden 
burst of energy, and "Stu" showed 
up at USNA after spending a year 
(and the last of his savings) at civs- 
chool. Stu strolled through armed 
with a bog of popcorn and his 
backgammon board After 3/c 
year. Stu fired his first boss and hired 
a second 2/c year saw the Rocket 
and a Godsent "D " 1/c year. 
Dave got in the trusty Chevette. 
discovered weekends, and made 
a fiancee out of a fine lady from 
VA. A jet jock in the wings. Stu will 
make o fine one Thanks for the 
laughs, good luck, and Godspeed! 
GM 



RICHARD S. VORK 

Lynctiburg. Virginia 
Richie earned his nickname. Bad 
Luck Schleprock. because of his rid- 
ing mishaps on the famed pony He 
came to us from Lynchburg. VA via 
the confederate state of Ohio and 
hit the deck plates running. Al- 
though he sweated profusely 
throughout plebe year he never 
lost his bright and sunny outlook on 
life Youngster summer at home he 
met his true love and has been 
shuttling back and forth between 
USNA and Lynchburg ever since 
Second class year he decided he 
wanted to be a warrior of the deep 
and. surprisingly enough, is on his 
way to nuke power school Good 
luck to you in both of your careers, 
submarines and marriage 



2 1ST COMPANY • 449 



THOMAS C. WARDWELL 

T . 'xJavy as a radical 

re- .ear was long and 

hara, .vri:,e ~; oungster year brought 
double trouble (Tom & Tom). T C 
soon became known ttiroughiout 
7th Co, as the "WAD," and spent 
more weekends restricted at Navy 
than he did anywhere else. After 
being promoted to "derelict" by 
Tommy Taylor. WAD moved to the 
21st Co After meeting Steph dur- 
ing 2/c summer, he reformed and 
stayed out of trouble (or at least 
didn't get caught). The WAD soon 
became engaged and later 
bought the WAD-MOBILE, First class 
year was a blast but the week ends 
were too short Best of luck to 
Steph & you. Enjoy Supply RTS 



TWENTY-SECOND 
COMPANY 




460«CLASS OF 1986 




JAMES R. ADDISON 

Scotia, New York 
Portrait of the artist as a young mid- 
a man of intellectual Intensity, Jim 
Introduced the idea that there Is 
such a thing as a stupid question. 
He took plebe detail to prove this 
beyond doubt While his red ink 
proof reading surpassed anything 
the Eng dept could muster, he 
chose to blaze a trail in polisci An 
advocate of the whole mid. Jirr^ 
dedicated himself to Co, sports- 
sacrificing his nose (really Jim, its still 
crooked)-and was always the gen- 
tleman-one of the few mids frisked 
and cuffed by Jimmy legs Ever one' 
to act on impulse. Jim took marine^ 
option to prove subs were for him.' 
Wit and wisdom, the Renaissance 
mid. LUCK in England, PTM 




THOMAS D. BACHMANN 

San Pablo, California 
Tom came to Crabtown from or 
other city by the bay. San Franci; 
CO Plebe year saw Z over at tn 
fencing loft, picking up an epee ' 
the first time. After three years ^ 
skill and determination, he earne 
three stripes as varsity team cai 
tain. Despite a few sleepless nig^i 
devoted to labs. Tom. quite the e' 
gineer, easily mastered aero A t 
too tall for a P-3 NFO and too she 
tor CEC, Tom heads to Orlanc 
where he'll use his nuke bonus 
just another excuse to spend mc 
money. Above all, Tom was a trv 
and caring friend, who always he 
a smile on his face and a kind wo 
tor everyone. For Z. success is Ine 
itoble, MTM 



WALTER J. BALCH 

Cheshire. Connecticut 
We were never sure if Wally left 
Cheshire, or the town came with 
him Family & friends seemed to al- 
ways be here, Army-Navy was just 
the sideshow for the CHS class re- 
jnion Wally's career was a fun 
filled one with project 21, C^ Dog- 
Den days, a Screamin' 1/c cruise, 
and most of all, a lot of sleep We 
could never figure out where he 
got that stupid smile plebe summer, 
♦hen, we met his family The grinch 
soent the rest of his time chasing 
girls and doing what Irishmen do 
oest His life IS just one big Bamboo- 
zie, always in the middle of the por- 
'ty. He will always be remembered 
■OS a great friend. DKL, JSD, JDR 



DOUGLAS J. BAUGH 

Clinton. Iowa 

Doug is an lowan turned So. Cal As 
a matter of fact, he's an lowan 
turned all over. From his initial love 
of jets to his new found love of 
money (Nuke Surface), or his insa- 
tiable lust of life to his unfound de- 
sire to rock, Doug has changed in 
many ways I guess the only ways 
he hasn't changed is with his love 
for stereos, broken cars, and inter- 
esting relationships Doug's devo- 
tion and love of song (Men's Glee 
Club 4 yrs ) were only surpassed by 
his devotion and love of pain inflict- 
ed by the Comp. Sci. Dept, Yet he 
remains unscathed by life but 
there's still Nuke school Good luck 
and remember if it swells, nde it 
GRC 



DAVID K. CONAWAY 

Tempe. Arizona 

After 18 years of desert, Dave 
heard the call of the ocean and 
came to Mother B. Surviving a diffi- 
cult summer and a wall-punching 
plebe year, he took a well earned 
Youngster nap. Waking up as a 
2/C poli-sci major, Dave managed 
to write every single paper on 
PATCO, and always the night be- 
fore FPS was THE major for the 
staunchest Republican in the Com- 
pany. C'mon, who are you kidding? 
An incredible temper was chan- 
neled into athletic prowess in ten- 
nis, lites, and soft ball. Having rede- 
fined entropy in his closet, Dave is 
sure to do well in Nuke school. 
GOOD LUCK and GODSPEED JRA 



STEVEN W. CROUCH 

Pikes Peak. Indiana 
Some of us were squared away — 
but Wendell was cubed away. 
Able to complete six subjects of 
homework in one night and still 
have time to work out and write to 
his girlfriend, he never ceased to 
amaze us After 3-2 years of super- 
human professionalism and organi- 
zation, he became 22nd company 
commander and continued to ex- 
cel Unable to snag flight pay due 
to eyesight, he took the nuclear 
bribe to be a steely-eyed killer of 
the deep Good luck in the fleet, 
Wendell, you're sure to go far' 




I jlCHMlNH iEGORY R. CRUZ 

JO Nuys. California 
.'oroduct of SO CAL , Cruzer was 
ot k3id back when he got here 
' jr weeks in bed with mono plebe 
' or seemed like a good way to 
kep from getting yelled at. Then. 

I teod of a real cruise, he sailed to 
fmuda Youngster year found 

I I more into things like going both 
Mys for the lites and giving his 
c ssmotes a tour of LA Greg de- 
c ed to transfer to Hood second 
( ss year and was strictly a com- 
r ter mid after that First class year 
t'ught what Greg came for. a 
t -et to Pensocolo and wings of 
6 d Greg was a great friend to all 
c js and we wish him the best in all 
h^does. P.S. The horse is dead DJB 



JAMES S. DONNELLY 

Hudson, Ohio 

It took Jimbo at least 3 years to 
admit he came from Ohio instead 
of Boston Hockey and girls occu- 
pied much of his life hence, his con- 
stant struggle with grades and be- 
coming a member of the EGE 
fraternity. Armed with a car and a 
Visa bill the size that approached 
the national debt, he soon found 
out about UCSB, Hood, Trinity, Mary 
Washington, Georgetown and 
Shipp. Homecoming, fountain hop- 
ping. P-cola, Kent, Philly, Ft Liquor- 
dale. San Fran . toilgoters, all had 
their interesting stories with Jimbo 
He will always be remembered as a 
true friend J D I?, W J.B., DKL 



ERIC J. FENTON 

North Canton. Ohio 
Eric came to this venerable institu- 
tion with a clear head and high as- 
pirations. However, his friends soon 
straightened him out and had him 
dreaming of Timmy's, Dchlgren. 
and plebettes. The upper class 
years saw E J. bar hopping and 
memorizing plebettes' alpha 
codes. Physical exercise was al- 
ways on E.J 's mind, on his mind in 
the form of dreams while his rack 
was begging for relief Eric was al- 
ways a nuke submariner, which is 
why he went surface From Captain 
Cubscout and the 21 club to the 
4.0's In EE and Regimental Staff, E J, 
did it differently Long live the Fen- 
ton Fan Club, Good Luck, and 
Thanks, WENDELL 



WILLIAM E. FINN 

McLean, Virginia 

Bill came to USNA with dreams of F- 
14's and four stars, dreams he kept 
all the way up to the fateful Pre- 
com His focus then changed to 
two things: attaining his beloved 
Mechanical Engineering degree 
and having a great time in the pro- 
cess Mick did both with a style of 
his own Max made it easy to put 
Crabtown in the rear view mirror 
and the girls took care of the rest I 
always thought he was from Virgin- 
ia, but I found out it depended on 
which young lady you asked A 
great friend who will be a fine offi- 
cer In the CEC, may you always 
have your "two man" room!! EJO 



22ND COMPANY«451 



CHRISTOPHEC M HICKEY 

Bidde'r 

NAPS :.vyenng 5 am 

Plebe bun c ^eiN and Jeddy-Ho- 
prep w/Wolly-Drinking w/Hagan at 
The Happy Buzzard-Walking and 
sleeping Army '82-"lt's my room 
ldean"-Gitmo-Rosy Roads-Va 
Beach-Happy Hour-the 6 on 
Kalme's test-"Here's Johnny" Army 
'83-Spring break at Jax-Track 
w/Bob and Al-Guides' Parking Man- 
ager-Bye Marine eng. Hello Gener- 
al-161 Welcome to the Brother- 
hood-track w/Steve and Al and 
Mac-Goat Rodeo Ring Dance- 
Cruise w/Capt Queeg-Bug Conv- 
Burned twice never burned agoin- 
Midn Rongitsch-Wafched Army '85 
live w/replays-Weps Final Pe(o)- 
#930- LST1180- Thanks for the me- 
morie GuysWon't be able to forget 
everllMHM 



DAVID L. HOSTETLER 

Fairchance. Pennsylvania 
When Hoss arrived at USNA we all 
knew that we had met an intense 
individual. Sweotstetler was the 
only one not laughing at Kongo 
during plebe summer. Soon we dis- 
covered his love for sports, and he 
was awarded o seat in the front 
row , , "Great seats, eh buddy," 
Excitement is sitting by Hoss at a 
sports event. In fact, the wardroom 
overflowed with Browns fans when 
he watched the Steelers A scien- 
tist from Day 1, Dave stumbled 
through chemistry, the Struggle, 
and gymspastics. His dedication to 
the Corps somehow evolved to 
Surface Line, and his hopes to get 
TAD as Head football Coach were 
dashed. So it's back to PA,, but 
there's no place like home. Good 
Luck in Philly, and keep your hands 
to yourself, JSD 



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TRACY L. HOWARD 

Tupelo. Mississippi 

Tracy come to the Naval Academy 
immediately following high school. 
He dreamed of being a submariner 
like his older brother His dream 
came true on Service Selection 
Night During Plebe Year he won 
the Brigade Boxing Championship 
at 1 18 lbs. He then became the first 
plebe to compete in boxing out- 
side of the Yard. He won the East- 
ern championship that year at 1 12 
lbs. Youngster year he won the 
Easterns again and the National 
Championship held at U,C Berke- 
ley, Tracy was chosen as Company 
Commander for first semester With 
John Wynn as XO, they were the 
shortest company staff in the Bri- 
gade Both are 5'6" GOOD LUCKi 
HOSS 



WILLIAM G. JEMISON 

Pinole. California 

Bill "Billybrew" Jemison came to u 
from San Francisco Co, with a suit 
case in one hand and a beer in thi 
other While at the Academy wi 
were not sure what he workei 
more, his brain or his liver. Bill knev 
how to mix business with pleasure 
Being an articulate one "Th. 
Dude" never uttered a line w/o ir 
eluding a liberal dose of 4 lett€ 
words, unless around parent 
where he spoke as a gentlema 
would Recapping Bill's years as 
mid wouldn't be complete w/ 
mentioning NYC plebe year, Ferre 
Face, lizzard man, 26 Fleet St , be 
bottoms, the $10 you still owe ms 
and Peruvian delight. Stay aliv 
budi JJM 




THOMAS E. KOLONGOWSKI 

Riverside. New Jersey 
With a motto "Why do today what 
can be put off till tomorrow," Tom, 
alios Kongo and Ski. never let a 
good time sleep away Living by 
the gouge and perpetual SIR and 
whiteworks chits, Tom also mas- 
tered the art of studying with his 
eyes closed, A friend to all, Tom's 2- 
grilled cheeses were famous not 
unlike his piranha, the opel, and rah- 
rahing with MK, Obsessed with disci- 
pline, Tom joined the Corps-the 
Suppi. ^ri-ns Coming from MMA 
this , i'lge in alliegance 

Sea * agree with his 

love iiiK ui III- MornachI DWM 



DAVID K. LONG 

Tampa. Florida 

Dove came from Tampa, Fla to 
ploy football. He gave them two 
chances before bringing his athletic 
prowess elsewhere Starting as an 
intramural all-american, he worked 
his way up to a rugby natural. 
Youngster year found him in Dahl- 
gren. beer in hand and primal 
scream in his pocket Army held ex- 
citing new adventures for Dave, 
and 1/c cruise found him in interest- 
ing ports and positions Originator 
of the "hit list," Dave liked few of his 
classmates. But he himself is a 
unique person recognized by the 
gap, his deep, dark ton. his feet 
and his own litle tortuga. he will be 
remembered as a true friend WJB. 
JSD, JDR, 



MARK T. MAGEE 

Sterling. Virginia 

After Mark was convinced that 
Navy Crew was in need of a 4-Star 
coxswain, he packed his bags and 
hit 1-Day with the #1 shell and 4 
Gold Stars in his sights Mark saw 
both cruises in the Med As a firstie, 
though, the NFO in him flew Mark 
off the Nimitz strapped inside a 
Prowler But even more dear to his 
heart was taking his prized BMW to 
see his favorite Mary Washingto- 
nian Mark's perseverance got him 
that Varsity Letter, the #1 shell, and 
his Supe's stars. It's just a matter of 
time now before Mark gets his NFO 
Wings of Gold and his Admiral's 
stars Tail winds and smooth waters 
my good friend May our paths 
meet again and again, TDB 



CHARLES B. MCCLELLAND 

Lewisville. Texas 
Chip came to Camp Annapt 
from Lewisville. Texas Being a hie 
ly inquisitive individual, he w 
dubbed "Midshipman Fourth Cic 
Problem Child" by our plebe sui 
mer squad leader However, thf' 
years later he returned to his se 
ond plebe summer as regimen 
commander (What an exciting c 
ample of the opportunities for c 
vancement in the Naval Servict 
A computer hobbyist and physi 
fitness enthusiast. Chip has alwc 
been a fun and fascinating type 
guy It's been great knowing y 
Chip, Good luck in the Fleet Mar ' 
Force! 



452,CLASS OF 1986 



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TERRY S. MCELROY 

Widefieia. Colorado 
MAC. TERR-MAN. and T-MACKEL 
were nicknames Terry was often 
coled by his many friends Mac 
come to USNA from the Zoomie 
loden mountains of Colorado. He 
came for two things graduation 
Ofxj Navy pilot After a cake Plebe 
summer, Mac soon found his only 
faijlt-"TH£ BOOKSii- 4/c year and 
chemistry took its toll He wel- 
comed 3/c year and the freedoms 
• offered 2/c year brought EE and 
an Ac-BoardiN 1/c year passed af- 
•er a tot of geekingi After 8 nigh*- 
-riores called semesters, this surv 
vor left with 3 things, graduation 
Marine pikst (F-18s), and his eternal 
iLOVE for MAMnill! God Bless and 
Good Luck CHECK SIX! 










I WRIGHT MCLEOD 

■/gusto. Georgia 

'Clod, the strong willed fun loving 
:,jthern boy came to Navy from 
i9 home of the Masters He 
txjght with him 2 piece white 
r>at. dirty rice, iced tea. S2 93-the 
f ongies tradition Wrights dedi- 
•'On to endless hours of running 
: 3 earnng his Gold Jump Wings 
• s surpassed only by endless free 
c 'Ods of sleep and soliciting cook- 
'* from every girl that walked by 
f wifKksw Along with Z. jumping 
') cars and bus loads of girls, he 
C us a« fTKjny blind dates, some 
f 3. rrvDst worse In the end Wright 
^5 o Southern Gentleman who 
'' "^ 'Of flying $50 YES? TEK 



TWENTY-SECOND 
COMPANY 




PATRICK T. MORRISSEY 

Parsippany. New Jersey 
Arriving from Parsippany (in the 
"which exit" state). Pot displayed a 
well developed passion for 't7th 
Cent French architecture and 
cheap Maryland wine Known for 
his life-saving rations of fudge. Pat 
was well liked in the "Color Co " 
Even with infrequent jaunts to Rick- 
over and many a 0300 study night 
(as a History Major?''). Pat did well 
academically. After managing 
crew for 3 years, he decided to 
play the more genteel sport of 
fieldball and ended up one of the 
"wolking wounded of 22 " Al- 
though he tainted his honor by go- 
ing Nuke, he remained a Surface 
Warrior to the end We wish him 
much luck. Go Subs - CD O 




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JEFFREY J. MURPHY 

AuDurn. r^ev. York 
Murph Auburn to Dahlgren We 
used to say while-alert However, 
G-town became a better hunting 
ground 1/c year First semester 
plebe year left something to be de- 
sired between flame sessions Sys- 
tems was great, but forget the 
Mech E courses In between run- 
ning, swimming, and lifting he was 
seduced by the dark side of the 
Nukes A good dose of summer 
school resulted in many trips to Va, 
Beoch After an amazing trip to Eu- 
rope, he came back to discover 
snow, skiing, and an 8" bruise Let's 
r>ot forget the all-girls school circuit 
even though Randy groduated 
from the woop school, his parents 
insist on roofing for Army WGJ 



22ND COMPANY»453 



EDWIN J. OLENICK 

San Antonio. Texas 
Ed came to us from that small 
country down south Texas He 
promptly learned the need for a set 
of wheels. I didn't know you could 
go In reverse on Key Bridge. His yel- 
low bomb became the Blue Texas 
alias the "Motel on Wheels." How 
many notches are on your horns? 
Always good with tools (non- 
USNA), he could fix anything If he 
could not fix it, it wasn't brolcen His 
one goal In lite to play the guitar 
with Willie or command a sub. 
whichever comes first Need help 
using your bonus? Good luck in the 
"real" Navy! You ore a good friend 
I guess the Navy has finally found 
the crowbar!! WEF 



DAVID J. OPATZ 

South St Paul. /Minnesota 
Dave's story that he was hit on the 
head with a baseball bat as a child 
wasn't too credible, but It did ex- 
plain a tew things. Leaving the 
snow of Minnesota. Op come to 
USNA to prove how easy extend 
arm was Overcoming the pres- 
sure's of a mid's life by banging his 
head against a wall or rumbling his 
classmates 5 at a time. Op had one 
plebe headache that even Tylenol 
couldn't get rid of. Sleeping with his 
Teddies, and beating up enlisted. 
Op emerged from USNA with the 
goal of leading Marines into com- 
bat as a Surface Warfare officer. 
With his talents and wit, there's little 
that will stand in his way and sur- 
vive PTM 



CHRISTOPHER D. ORWOLL 

Downey. California 
Chris, the white-skinned Callfornian. 
came to USNA singing the praises of 
his state and his Linda 4 yrs hasn't 
changed much Along the way 
Chris discovered fire "But sir, what 
do you mean by horseplay''" said 
Chris after setting off the alarms 
with a flaming aerosol can Pyro sur- 
vived the fry and a 75% NARC attri- 
tion, but Chris is a unique mid Not 
every mid calls his mom after a few 
too many at Dohlgren Command- 
ing Hotel and greeting the down 
with lab write ups. Chris gave up 
the surface navy for a sinking boat 
His major, his service selection, and 
his conduct record prove that Chris 
never takes the easy road PTM 



DANIEL T. RAY 

Mason City, Iowa 
Danny-boy was labeled as a stu| 
pig-formin' wrestler when he first 
ported to USNA This ID was sc 
changed by Don's quick wit an^ 
keen memory. The wrestling lobi 
was also dropped when Don optec 
for company sports and vorsit 
rock Dan still managed to maintoii 
his physical abilities to a 
that would even make Rocky blusH 
Dan's mental facilities corned hlr| 
through Mech Eng with flying co| 
ors If you ask him. Dan will soy hi 
had outside help, namely. Jesi 
Christ Dan's love for God was pri 
sent in everything he did Dan| 
faith and dedication to a job w( 
done will carry him far in the CB 
Dan 2 20-23. the Banana Man 




JAMES DUDLEY REED II 

Houston. Texas 

James is just o good guy, "I sup- 
pose, could be. could be " The 
mumbler from Houston arrived with 
a model brace up Everybody's 
idol, he obtained the rank of Mld- 
n/Adm, 22nd co. stud (Our bust)i 
James left with what he came withi 
Dudley breezed through his Naval 
Academy career Youngster year 
was typified by 0300 lights out and 
time spent reading every comic 
book and local newspaper within 
reach - '-^' grades followed him to 
first ' Y but he always 

seerr- ■ out ot semester's 

close h > ■ .'. always be remem- 
bered as a true friend. JSD, WJB. 
DKL 



W. PAUL SIMONSEN 

Honokala. Hawaii 

Paul abandoned his Polynesian par- 
adise to come East and get a job 
1st he fried the Army, then the 
USMC, and finally settled on being a 
mid Paul stated this year that he 
hod "given up women"-maybe a 
man his age has no choice Ever 
the advocate for women in uni- 
form. Paul's extra-curricular activi- 
ties included watching crew and 
becoming Baft crew coach to get 
a closer view His brush pointings, 
teapot, and taste for Chinese food 
classified him as a serious orientalist, 
but how con you take someone 
who goes to bed of ten seriously 
(You're giving the major a bod 
name) A born Marine, good luck in 
the Corps PTM 



DOUGLAS W. STOPKEY 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
Doug come to USNA with mega 
metric goals and left as an 0-1 The 
"Rozz" was rough but the "Fort" 
was on oasis Visits home were al- 
ways a big t(h)reat-the blind date 
was sharp eyed' The proud Am 
blue tonk-yours'' or mine?i (2/C yr) 
Smoke parties, sweat bro, little 
buddies, scientist club, parade 
judge, color guard. 3-striper (s s ). 
sweat belt & jump rope. SWO mess 
night- all good memories After 
cruises to the PI and sunny Florida, 
you decided that the best is in the 
West- California bound with the 
Aegis!! Hugs to Albert and Bernie 
The Navy has never been so lucky' 
Go get'em Admiral Stopkey! Opy 
& the wife 



JOHN E. WYNN 

Newport News. Virginia 
Little John came to us from t| 
hamster school His two years of p 
or service really paid off when > 
validated 1st semester closs' 
John soon joined the great gri =^ 
fleet for the challenge that he a 10^ 
sired So sad. too bad rutorij -t!". 
soon became a hobby for the \\\) 
guy with a sharp mind He even c- 
ed a few would-be scientis 
John's favorite sport was rock) 
true varsity man Little John w 
never awake after the bewifchj 
hour One flow- in oil his infinite v- 
dom. John was the first one to tt 
hitched He actually hod to st? 
drinking soda for a week to poyf 
her ring! Good luck little rich md 



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TWENTY-THIRD 
COMPANY 




■MAN K. BEVERLY 

Churubusco. Indiana 
Although the thought of becoming 
a cowboy never left his mind, Brian 
wos destined to become a surface 
warrior all the way (although he still 
dressed up as a cowboy on Hallow- 
een) Brian's 2nd love (after the 
rack) was "Mech, E." in the hands- 
on form Able to totally strip and 
rebuild any engine, he was the 
EN 100 gouge Believing that every- 
one should learn a 2nd language. 
Brian sometimes used English as his 
His disdain for English perfection was 
matched only by his disdain for 
computers (except for his good old 
HP), After graduation, Brian will be 
headed for Orlando to learn how to 
glow on top of the water. Fair winds 
and following seas to you in the real 
Navy, friend D E S 



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BRADLEY V. BRYANT 

Florence. Alabama 
From somewhere deep in the 
bock-woods of Alabama come an 
innocent and smiling pilot-hopeful 
that we all knew as "The Bear " 
Psycho was not worried about 
grades because they came natu- 
rally. Unfortunately nature some- 
times struggles to obtom the 2 0. 
After going General, he almost be- 
came a bonafide geek but they still 
wouldn't let him escape from the 
30's club. With his roommate, he 
learned to like the area's hot spots 
even if it meant racing back on Rt. 
50 at insane speeds. Ponyhead. I 
will always remember you as Mr. 
Nice Guy because it's true. Good 
Lucki 








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KEVIN J. CART 

Crowley. Louisiana 
Kevin emerged from the Cojun 
world of crawfish etoufee' and 
French cuisine As a storting mem- 
ber of the EE teom. he was quick to 
tackle heat, light and sound but 
missed, and found himself hopeless- 
ly pinned by the big blue monster. 
After being traded to the Calculus 
Clubbers, he began to spend his af- 
ternoons pumping iron and sucking 
wind in Holsey His new found 
strength proved great enough to 
slay the monster, but it required nu- 
trients He ate large quantities of 
potatoes We ore what we eot. 
and Kevin planted many roots in 
the wardroom As a glowing sur- 
face warrior, he'll take the fleet by 
storm Good Luck! 



JOSE M. CASARES 

Hughson. California 
Upon arriving at the US Naval 
Academy, East Coast, Jose real- 
ized his goal To go west to the 
Promised Land West Coast 



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D. SCOTT CHAPMAN 

Alexandria. Virgin a 
Women, golf and oh yes aca- 
demics, they were also important 
to this budding USMC officer upon 
arrival at USNA, Priorities must be 
narrowed so the var golf team 
dropped by the wayside after 3/c 
year. 2/c summer and the reign of 
the Toe opened his eyes to Grunt- 
dom (OHRAH! It just did not hove 
the right ring to it). Then there was 
that TERRIBLE steam class and those 
AGONIZING El sessions But Scott 
you will hove to give us engineers 
some credit, after all if it hadn't 
been for carnot cycles it might 
have been years before you met 
Mrs Right, From MIR to Batt supply 
l/c year was impressive. You done 
good SWO DADDY. Semper Fi - 
BEAKS 



RUSTIN L. DALTON 

Anderson. Missouri 
Rusty came to the Boat School 
from deep within the Ozarks We 
still don't know how he found his 
way He quickly established himself 
as a ladys' man and pursued many 
He also quickly learned how to talk 
his way out of a deuce Between 
chasing and avoiding. Rusty could 
be found in the rack or the ward- 
room which he was President How 
did this guy graduate? If it had not 
been for one girl, we don't think he 
would have graduated. Thank-you 
Jill You probably saved one of the 
Corps best 



RICHARD M. GOMEZ 

Flagstaff. Arizona 

A true surface warrior from day 1 
Rich hiked into Annapolis in love 
with the sea. But alas, he got in the 
wrong line on 23 Jan & came out 
flying! Plebe year was frustrating for 
Rich, as shown by many knuckle- 
prints in the walls of 4023, But he 
graduated from shoe-closet chow 
calls, becoming Catholic Midn Club 
Pres & the best Subcdr & roomie a 
guy could ask for. As Phi Sci. Rich 
resisted the pull of "The Brother- 
hood" & took on the Comp Sci 
track. Rich spent an enviable Spring 
Break in Rome, leaving an elated 
Pope an autographed pic of Rich 
shaking his hand My hat's off to 
you. Bud— see ya in PCOLA! -JWI 



VICKI L. GORDY 

Salisbury. Maryland 
Flex, the destroyer spent her time 
protecting the company from the 
onslaught of invasion — the Gummi 
bear invasion that is. Vicki selfishly 
consumed every bear that dare 
confront her Our fiery little drill ser- 
geant promptly refused to wear 
green when the corps failed to put 
its request for a few good women 
in poster form (Go Marine whaf). 
Needless to soy Mrs Gordy-Stith ex- 
changed her MRE's for sea rations, 
and turned her energies to collect- 
ing flowers and fans. Whoever 
thought that Marian would bring so 
much joy into all our lives?! See'ya 
in the fleet SWO Mama! Good luck 
GT 




TODD B. HALL 

Annapolis. Maryland 
Todd Hall, 4 CQPR, Trident Schol- 
ar, Rhodes Scholar, Brigade Com- 
mander, 4 Varsity letters 
whoops, wrong biography Well at 
least he did have 4 varsity letters in 
squash His intensity on the court 
however, did not transfer to other 
areas of life at USNA. especially ac- 
ademics His idea of hard work dur- 
ing study hour was to get up to 
change the channel on the TV Of 
course he always worked hard 
enough to keep his weekends so 
he could expand his knowledge of 
the fairer sex Todd will be a tre- 
mendous asset to the Surface War- 
fare Community too bad he'll 
be leaving it ASAP to go Navy Air 
Good luck!!! 



JOSEPH W. IHLAN 

Bellingham. Washington 
Coming east with a flight jacket in 
one hand and a picture of "The Girl 
of My Dreams" in the other, Joe 
was set on Navy Air, Crew and the 
halo effect propelled him easily 
through Plebe year The girl of his 
dreams changed face youngster 
summer, at which time Joe was a 
single man for a week Then he met 
the "Real One", Sue. Despite 
weekends spent with Systems. Joe 
freed himself for time with friends 
Destined for greatness, he re- 
ceived the Airborne Iron Mike and 
found himself commanding 23. 
signing his paperwork. "Always, 
Joe" Joe, to you and Sue, best of 
luckii See ya in Pcola! "ALWAYS," 
RMG 



JAMES R. JAQUET III 

Wilmington. Delaware 
Jamie was the nice kid from next 
door til Spring Break '84 when he 
was told that he was big A monster 
was born Any taunt could end in a 
squashing After MK was exorcised. 
Jacket went upstairs with Jr and 
Erac and the Zoo was born While 
upstairs he named the Spelcher 
and learned not to be afraid of the 
dork He turned his hostilities to un- 
suspecting enemy Ruggers Jamie 
was a vital, if weird, part of GNHN 
(i e "I've got your tongue in my 
mouth now ") After a stmt as a po- 
tential Marine. Jacket decided on 
a Navy NFO billet He spent his lost 
USNA days designing a space ga- 
rage Xerox ergo sum! -JES 



JAMES K. KRESGE 

Pittsfield. Massachusetts 
Jim came to the Novo! Acodemv 
after three and one half years as or 
enlisted Reactor Operator in the 
submarine force His goal was tc 
obtain a degree with as little effor 
as possible Although an electricc 
engineer, he mode no concession 
when it came to his sleep or his lib 
erty time, Jim was a member of the 
varsity soiling team and earned hi 
letter before shifting his talents tt 
the civilian sector His close frienc 
and confidant, Hawkeye, is persu 
ing a career in aviation while Jir 
returns to the submarine force. 



456»CLASS OF 1986 



TWENTY-THIRD 
COMPANY 



CHARLES G. LAPORTE 

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania 
Where do you start witti thie Chiess 
King ad from the "Burg"'' The man 
with eyes for only one woman 
and she waited the full four years 
for her mid Glad you had better 
uck catching Neets than you did a 
football A lightweight huh'' No 
nore' 4 yrs. buddy always re- 

Tiember "its hell over there" We'll 
lever forget the familyman of 23rd 
3o. nor your sporty, practical 
Srand Arfi, We wish you the best at 
\luke School, Bold Eagle, hope 
/ou've got time to listen to your 

loyd discs Hey, you better start 
oacking-Orlando's o lot further 

nan Camp Hill 



RICHARD B. LORENTZEN 

Ewa Beach, Hawaii 
Rich grew up in Hawaii, spending 
most of his time growing his hair and 
surfing When that got old, he de- 
cided to come to USNA He imme- 
diately attacked his books, aver- 
aging 3 hours of sleep a night until 
first class year At the end of the 
road was Pensacola The surface 
community pulled for Rich to get 
aviation all the way after he 
chewed Oscar up in the screws of 
his YP during o man overboard drill 
Seriously though. Rich is one of the 
friendliest people around, and he 
puts his heart into everything he 
does Thanks. Rich, for tolerating 
me for these 4 years Best Wishes! 




'OMAS J. LOSCIUTO 

nrwell. Massachusetts 
Ti come to the Academy with- 
ct any R's in his vocabulary. That 
VIS O.K. because he stopped say- 
I ) caaa and started saying 
f'sche after second class year 
Ijnks to his "Aero" company 
r ites who carried him through the 
f>gram, Tom graduated with an 
'■ospace Degree Who'll ever 
•get the many weekends the 
' OS played hall rat and the Profs 
vo asked "Why are you majoring 
If aerospace, Mr LoSciuto''" Well, 
n V that he is Aero he can fly , , 
c 1 fly he Willi Good luck in P-Colo! 
S il you in the fleet! 



ROBERT L. MARLETT 

Riva. Maryland 

Bob chalked up three years experi- 
ence in the fleet as a BT before 
coming to the Academy Now he's 
probably the only BT that has ever 
graduated from USNA Bob was a 
History major even though he lived 
in the "Aero lounge" Bob not only 
was the Brigade Social Affairs Com- 
mittee Chairman, but he also 
earned his "N" sweater as the Pistol 
Team Manager, After service se- 
lection he put away his drool buck- 
et and prepared for the secret life 
of a Cryptologist Seal you in 
California! 




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GREGORY J. MAZENKO 

Monroeviiie, Pennsylvania 
Greg hopped off the bus from the 
Steel City. PA, Bittersweet Rd -des- 
tined to be a Marine. With calcula- 
tor in hond. he led the charge into 
Nimitz The library was densely fur- 
nished, but Greg selflessiy thrust 
himself at the enemy When the 
smoke settled 3/C yr, it was time to 
move. The next objective-Dahl- 
gren. He battled the felines and 
their cubs bravely but was wound- 
ed and relieved 2/C yr. ^/C yr saw 
victories at Army and Hood It was 
time for Georgetown, The battle 
will continue, despite the wooden 
legs I know you Greg Your wit and 
determination will win you many 
battles Good luck bud! 



BRYAN K. PARKS 

Alexandria. Virginia 
Beaks, Toe's boy, UGM II, you name 
It-it's Bryan Bryan came to us from 
the colonial sea port of Alex, Va 
ready to run, meet women 
(please!), study and do anything it 
took to be a great (not good, but 
great) Midn One problem there, he 
couldn't swim, never could, which 
definitely posed a problem Living 
up to his own belief that, "If it's not 
worth your best effort, it's not worth 
doing," Bryan soon became o 
strong swimmer (sort of), a member 
of the Var Ltwt Crew first boat, 
plebe summer Reg Adjutant, Bat- 
talion Cdr and the company's No 1 
fisherman (using a cigarette butt 
for bait!) You've come a long way 
Beaksi-SWO DADDY 




GREGORY E. PARTNEY 

Webster Groves. Missouri 
Greg came to USNA from the thriv- 
ing metropolis of Webster Groves. 
After a brief stint as an English ma- 
jor, he found his true calling in Poll 
Sci where he devoted his time to 
studying obscure Latin American 
states. After a plebe year aca- 
demic nightmare he mastered 
class selection skills and spent his 
time in other pursuits, like the 3 B's. 
2/c year found Jr. as cofounder of 
the Zoo and GNHN and gave the 
first view of his sanitary prefer- 
ences. 23 was further shocked with 
the advent of the Relaxer Creed, 
where he set new apathy records. 
Greg will be terrorizing Pensocola 
next year. What next? -JES 



MICHAEL S. REILLY 

Farmington l-lills, Michigan 
Mike came to the country club 
fresh out of High School leaving be- 
hind the folks for Mama Petrone 
and a new copy of Reefpoints. He 
soon found out that it really wasn't 
a country club and spent many late 
nights sweating in the "Aero 
Lounge" with the "Moke" and 
"Squito". We did our best to nurse 
him through Hall and Allen (hehehe) 
and keep his head above water 
Mike made it to BUDS We hope He 
can keep afloat after months of 
training and "0302!" 



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COMPANY 




468»CLASS OF 1986 



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DANIEL E. SMITH 

Bellevue. Nebraska 
To Dan, Fly Navy was more than 
something to sound off with, it was 
a way of life. Always striving to do 
things right, he even picked a 
brand new major, computer sci- 
ence, so he wouldn't be tempted 
to use old gouge His blotter shifted 
from 30 high school girls plebe year 
to one luscious lady after the ring 
dance Best wishes Dan was never 
one to turn down a good discus- 
sion, and he was always ready with 
a pun Despite the efforts of two 
company officers, his destiny re- 
mained in the sky There is a Hornet 
with your name on it. Good luck, 
my friend B K B 



J. ERIC SMITH 

Frogmore. South Carolina 
Eric came to USNA riding off a fine 
high school education. Realizing his 
potential, however, he went into 
overdrive 2nd set plebe summer 
After moving in with Junior he found 
what a real roommate was Eric 
soon set new standards of room 
cleanliness and hygiene His social 
apogee came one June Week un- 
der a local bridge, on event never 
to be topped The Zoo was found- 
ed when the Grand Imperial Tno 
moved to 4-1 and Eric took the role 
of head havoc wrecker An expert 
in the field of leadership by con- 
trast, Eric astounded millions with his 
progressive band GNHN Go Supply 
Corpsl -GEP 



JEFFREY L. TAVARES 

Modesto. California 
The Hef arrived for plebe summer as 
unprepared as the rest of us but 
twice as sweaty. By the time Co, 
Ltwt football rolled around in the 
fall, the Hef was well adjusted and 
in control As QB, he led the team 
to the playoffs every year but due 
to Fran Tarkenton's disease, never 
took Brigades. Not without his prob- 
lems. Hef redefined the word 
"aqua-rock." never once exceed- 
ing the min for any swim test. Reali- 
ty struck with ^/C cruise. "You 
mean minesweepers don't have 
Millertime at 1600 everyday? For- 
get this I'm going Corpsl" So it was 
that Hef traded conning com- 
mands for commies Knock 'em 
dead. Hef! Semper Fi - BEAKS. 




»ESELLE D. THOMPKINS 

Jew Orleans. Louisiana 
jeselle, the "psychiatrist", will long 
'8 remembered for her late-night 
lounseling sessions and for turning 
er room into a very dork confer- 
•nce room Were the blinds really 
roken or did you just enjoy living 
(6 moles'' We'll never forget how 
"le Marine Corps only lacked one 
ling— a poster with womeni Even 
jod the Copt been able to come 
p with such, he could not catch 
;3r owake long enough to give it 
b her (Except maybe on Friday 
■ut then she was gone on week- 
ndl) And Geselle, who was that 
lystery man who sent you all those 
ises'' Good luck m the fleet. We'll 
iiss you. Go Supply Corpsl 



MICHAEL G. VAN DURICK 

Waverly. Pennsylvania 
Mike drifted in like most of the fresh 
meat just from high school. As an 
Oceanography major, he soon 
found that weekends were for re- 
creation and weekdays for recov- 
ery Jim and Tom shamed him into 
studying occasionally, but he hardly 
missed a hunting season for school 
Despite truckloads of food from 
home, his occupied rack was often 
believed to be empty His biggest 
problem was getting served, 3 ID'S 
and character references required 
A close encounter with a tree fin- 
ished his first car and resulted in a 
new RX-7. Mike now moves onto 
SWO and the girls of California 
Special thonx to Bom and Pop- 
LATERi 



ALLEN D. WALTHER 

North Bellmore. New York 
Al came to USNA from North Bell- 
more via NAPS His five year Navy 
education has left no permanent 
scars. Al struggled at times but nev- 
er let that keep him from his chosen 
entertainment Partying with the 
boys, Al was a rare figure in the Hall 
1/c year as constant roadtrips in his 
Trans Am kept him busy. He had a 
tough time with room-mates, three 
of them ended up at Ac Boards or 
on Baft Staff. Despite these prob- 
lems, he established many strong 
friendships and was a welcome 
part of any parties or plans After a 
few scares from medical he got his 
NPQ and went into the real Corps, 
Go Athens! How bout them dawgs? 
JES 



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TWENTY-FOURTH 
COMPANY 




MARK J. ANGIL 

Baltimore. Maryland 
When the "Ideal Curley Man" 
came to the Academy he set his 
sights on a EE degree, playing la- 
crosse (or was that wrestling''), and 
finding a wife Many things influ- 
enced his decision to come to the 
Academy but the most important 
appears to have been giving Rox- 
ann a direct connection for Mid- 
store souvenirs Mark could hove 
lettered in almost any sport but he 
chose to play lacrosse instead Se- 
nior year he left the lacrosse team 
to concentrate on more important 
things such as the pop assassin, 
buying a cor, and what to do 
about Delta We wish TREE-FIFE-NIN- 
ER only the best of luck in the future 



NICHOLAS J. AZZARITA 

Niceville, Florida 

Azzie hails from the Boggy Bayou, 
home of the world famous mullet 
festival An all-stater in football, Az- 
zie came to the Academy with 
hopes of scoring TDs, Problem was 
Coach didn't think so 150's be- 
came his new home Pop Warner 
couldn't be more proud of all the 
game balls he won, which he 
proudly displayed in the room 
Nick's love for fast women and fast 
cars left him little free time. Blondes 
and Vettes all the way He was 
chapped when he didn't get NFO, 
but an LKA and Long Beach should 
satisfy his lust for machines and 
maidens MIR back to back was the 
way to go Wherever the seas take 
you, remember, "thot's what she 
said " 




RUBEN D. BAERGA 

New York. New York 
Ruben, the Cuban, come to us as 
our favorite foreigner from Puerto 
Rico via New York An excellent 
athlete, the Boomerang's love af- 
fair with Big Al mode him the best 
four year non-lettermon on the 
Navy Track team. When it come to 
women. Macho was just that His 
flair for the best and most expen- 
sive always prevailed, and his love 
for the younger generation and 
their toys was certainly peculiar. 
When his underground connections 
got him an awesome car, it proved 
to be far from perfect A classy 
person, Reuben's talk and self im- 
age are what got him this far and 
will Jet him into clear skies in the 
future. Good luck and God's 
Speed M H.B 



MARK H. BAYLY 

Jacksonville. Florida 
From Navy Brat to SEMI-MID, sen 
meaning that he played 4 yrs c 
NAVY Baseball, Beets did on ou' 
standing job overcoming his appa 
ent need to be righteous in all h 
did Old WING NUT hod his shore c 
experiences I've lost count of th 
number of women he dated sine 
his impromptu SEP from little Ms I LU 
A SHOE SALESMAN As far as roorr 
mates go he's an Ace Not 
banged up car nor a bod remoi 
about his illustrious sponsor affecte 
our friendship Mark will graduate 
general as well as an ensign and 
he hits Pcola w/the same swing f" 
used both on and off the field he 
bound to succeed The best of luc 
to you — remember QUE DIGS 
QUIERE. 



'taunt 



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DEAN D. BRAMMER 

Jonawanaa. New York 
From the outskirts of the frozen tun- 
dra of Buffalo. Dino Bombino layed 
nis New Wave philosophy on us He 
tried to culture us with his progres- 
sive music It never did qurte go 
over too well, but who was to ar- 
gue, it was his stereo Dean has al- 
ways been the quiet type, until you 
pumped o few of favorite fine Ca- 
rxxiian brew in him His treks into 
Georgetown on weekends to get 
ahokj of the latest in L L Bean 
wardrobe will always be remem- 
bered Deaner chose the sunny 
virtTite beaches of P-cola, Fl to be a 
NFO on a P-3 after his bout with the 
' Nukes left a bod taste in his mouth. 
We wish him luck tracking those big 
sewer pipes 



EDWARD W. BROWN 

Glen Head. New York 
"Fast Eddie." The Smooth Cookie, 
hails to us from Oyster Bay Long Is- 
land via a rock bond from Villon- 
ova. He's the undisputed authority 
on parties, haircuts, and GQ fash- 
ion. Ed lived like "Bruce" with a chit 
for everything and the modern 
USNA record for classes missed The 
only thing slow about Ed wos his cor 
as the "immobile vette" achieved 
maximum use of its parking decal, 
Ed had visions of aviation but the 
man with the hook-ups opted for 
the settled life with Lisa and the USS 
Newport. Good luck Ed. we know 
you'll do well By the way. where's 
the ice machine'' 



LOUIS V. CARIELLO 

Mt Laurel. New Jersey 
Lou come to Canoe U from Jersey 
(Exit 4) full of big ambitions. He has 
retained his firmly motivated char- 
acter and will surely do big things in 
CEC if he can get up for formations 
His undying humor and willingness to 
help out a friend mode 24 a better 
place to hang out His penchant for 
pulling all-nighters and getting his 
Mech work done early(?) always 
kept his many friends loose Even as 
he survived Moldy's cookies. Chris- 
tine, knee op. Guido jokes, the 
room, and road trips he kept every- 
one laughing. Good luck to Lou in 
Port Hueneme and fairworning to 
the babes and waves of S 
California 



MARK W. EAKES 

San Antonio. Texas 
Mark headed north from Texas and 
discovered the Ndvy After starting 
plebe year with a 17 at the first 
grading period, he went on to 
achieve the highest standing of 
anyone in the company His most 
impressive attribute is not his knowl- 
edge, however, but his concern for 
the welfare of others He is the first 
person to volunteer his assistance 
should someone have a problem 
Mark discovered skiing Youngster 
year, and during the Dork Ages, he 
usually had the next ski trip planned 
by the time he returned from the 
last one. Good luck, Mark, as you 
embark on a career in the under- 
sea Navy 







LAN E. FREEOLUND 

•gm. mnois 

. eeds come to us from the Windy 
ity During hiis four years here, he 
' ruggled through the fading hopes 
|f tt>e Sox and the disaster of the 
ubbies but finally rejoiced In the 
umph of the Bears This proud Mid- 
estem Poly Sci was an unmade 
3d with a most hearty appetite 
iittxxigh he often times missed the 
vget) He could always be found 
I the weightroom working out for 
ew. track, or to assuage his ob- 
•ssion for a healthy, strong body 
3 Al is a unique individual. His 
>uppy Dog" looks never fooled 
. though He has a great serise of 
•nor and is a great friend Fly high 
the ivkjvy and Good Luck. 



JEFFREY A. FRITTS 

Chicago. Illinois 

Jeffrey "I'll find out" Fritts . . . We're 
still not sure where he's from, but 
we're glad he showed up Merely 
an apprentice to the Mopeds of 
Soul, Sidney hod a slow start, but 
soon became ELP man and master 
mechanic of a car that still won't 
run . but his noils ore lookin' good 
He acted as resident philosopher 
end 24th Co music critic (even on 
music he'd never heard before) 
Often underestimated. Joe Worm's 
hidden brilliance lead him to his goal 
of becoming a nuke Jeff has a tal- 
ent for dealing with change without 
losing sight of his roots 'Nin 

choag while you torque or you'll 
cop double cog . . 



ROBERT E. GILMER 

Memphis. Tennessee 
A true lover of the South. Rob came 
to USNA with visions of gold pilots 
wings and blue skies However, his 
plans changed over the years to 
include the Silent Service, fast cars, 
and the Mean Green. Rob was al- 
ways one to do the right thing be- 
cause it was the right thing to do. 
He made it through acodemia de- 
spite Sonar and "iffy" astronomy 
He also survived the endless "Rock 
Wars", and arguments with 1/c 
concerned with the Lucky Bog. His 
obstinancy and dedication to his 
job should moke him one of the 
Navy's finest officers Good luck, 
Ole Buddy! You're definrtely a Class 
A roommate. Keep jommin'. hav- 
ing' fun. and stay Kool RMP. PS: 
Good job on the LB 



JOHN P. GRIFFIN 

Gallatin. Tennessee 
"Grif" come to us from the hills of 
Tenn After his short engineering 
career (ending with an F in Graph- 
ics) John introduced us to the For- 
mula and many of the finer things 
that go along with college life John 
strived to show us that he could 
moke it through here with 4 meals, 
10 hours of sleep o day and 2 Col- 
lege Pork formols a week Also no- 
table were his plaguing encounters 
with "Jin " He did have great 
cruises 2/c and 3/c yr and we can 
oil applaud for Grif and his perfor- 
mance in the PI Grit's been a great 
roomrTKite and we wish him the 
best of kjck flying ttie friendly skies 



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JAY B. JOHNSON 

Fairburn, Georgia 
Jay Johnson - eight feet and 125 
pounds of pure charisma. One of 
the youngest members of '86, Jay- 
bird came to the Academy as a 
mature, dedicated young man (he 
actually knew all twenty seven 
Laws of the Navy plebe summer). 
and it has taken four years of 
steady regression to turn him into a 
Navy flier Perhaps his biggest con- 
tribution to the spirit of '86 in 24th 
Company is his objective, easy go- 
ing attitude. What would we be 
without Dink? We would laugh a lit- 
tle less and take ourselves a little 
too seriously . Never put oft til 
tomorrow what you can go ahead 
and blow off today 



EDWIN M. KEESHAN 

Montauk. New York 
There are many people who grad- 
uate with me on this day. I'd like to 
thank a few of them Classmates 
and friends, I wish you only the best 
Jim, the quiet one, I hope you find 
your own best destiny My family, 
more than anyone else, you made 
this day possible You are my inspi- 
ration, you know my soul Neither 
time nor distance will ever separate 
us from one another 



ANDREW J. KIRKPATRICK 

Bryn Mawr. Pennsylvania 
After leaving "Castle Kirkpatrick" in 
Bryn Mawr, Andy arrived at USNA in 
quest of a financially successful fu- 
ture. He worked almost as hard at 
getting good grades as he did 
chasing blondes Being well-round- 
ed, Andy excels at almost any 
sport Skiing, swimming 8t sailing ore 
his specialities and he managed to 
teach his roommates to ski We 
hope he stays single for a while, but 
he seems well prepared for married 
life with his Blue Chip stocks, Kip- 
plinger Letter, and 4-door Beemer 
(baby seat included) Right A J We 
know Andy will do well and wish him 
the very best in 5 year submarine 
career 



SCOTT A. MELOCHE 

Ypsilanti. Michigan 
Scott, otherwise known to us as ' 
BIVIF. Bollard Head, and Prairie Dog, 
came to us from the outskirts of the 
college town of Ann Arbor, where 
the timid Wolverines roam. His ex- 
ploits are too varied to mention, 
however, his run-in with DC-Di has ' 
to be the most prominent Scott's 
love for basketball and golf was ev- 
ident He had more trash shots than 
DR J, and more shirts with alligators 
than anyone, FCR.D, how bout 
that new tranny and carbi Upon 
graduation he is heading south to 
P-cola to learn to fly Tomcats We 
wish him the best of luck and hope 
the stern of the ENTERPRISE will nev- ' 
er read just "ENTER" Hey, can I 
have some foodi 




THOMAS J. MULHEARN 

West Hartford. Connecticut 
Our favorite lumberjack came to us 
from West Hartford, Ct by way of 
NAPS and the local beer distributor 
An academic genius, Tom opted 
for cross enrollment at U of M in his 
second class year In his spare time, 
the human paradox even man- 
aged to become an animal lover 
Who could ever forget his shotgun 
trained squirrel! An equally effec- 
tive lady killer. Tom will never forget 
his elevator ride in full costume 
some of his harem gave him Going 
cross-country to Co.? Just ask 
Moldy, He knows the way! Good 
luck in PensacoiQ Tom. They're go- 
ing to need it May your body and 
your plane never run out of fuel! 



CHARLES F. O'NEILL 

East Petersburg. Pennsylvania 
From a mediocre future husband to 
an international playboy. Fred has 
made definite progress since plebe 
year. Everyone benefited from his 
parents generosity, and due to 
mom's weekly chow pack, he has 
developed into a physical stud 
Fred led his batt soccer team to 
first in the brigades. Like others. 
Fred enjoyed his beer Unlike others, 
he knew his limit He even locked 
himself in a cat once to refrain from 
the next beer. On road trips. Fred's 
sense of humor and elf-like grin 
have been known to turn a few 
ladies' heads. Fast and flashy like his 
Fiat. Fred is a natural diver. 



JAMES M. PASICHUKE 

Littleton. New Hampshire 
Chuke, always a grunt at heart, 
came to us from the snow-filled 
mountains of N.H. A veteran of 
"real college" life, he had the un- 
canny ability to say anything about 
nothing Also a victim of near fatal 
narcolepsy, James was known to 
have slept through lectures, books 
, and apples He soon joined the 
yuppie world of BlvlW's, golf, skiing, 
and travel which could only be sat- 
isfied by the "real green" the Nukes 
had to offer We wish nothing but 
the best for you James, so remem- 
ber . . you won't get wise with the 
sleep in your eyes, no matter what 
your dreams might be 



RANDALL A. PLANT 

East Greenville, Ohio 
The all amencan country kid sacr; 
ficed coon hunting and Winkles fc 
his tenure at the academy Rand 
"take-a-knee" Plant breeze^ 
through plebe summer and wc 
quickly taken under wing pleb 
year He soon learned there wc 
more in life than cowboy boots ari' 
tobacco The obstacle course 
Christmas cruises, and twenty 
fourth company have all earned 
lyric in your country song. To ca 
off his career at the acodem' 
coach "digger" Plant led the corr 
pony basketball team to a first tim 
brigade championship Weed, yoi 
countless sacrifices and undying v. 
cannot be compared to Goc 
luck in lite, live it well 



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AVMONO M. POINSETTE 

indover. Maryland 
3int. the DC suburbanite came to 
SNA with his mind set on one thing 
^e Corps He proved his valor as a 
arrior and a conqueror In aco- 
smic and social endeavors. On 
leekends he mingled w/ith the lo- 
jjs of his hometown in Hogates. 
9x, Chapter III, and the Club Uto- 
3 (hmmi) During his last year he 
prked on his dress and his steps, 
th a little help from o little room- 
pte. and delighted the ladies of 
,ashington, much to his pleasure 
I well Ray. if you put as much Into 
3 Corps as you do into dancing, I 
ive no doubt that you will be a 
e leader of the President's finest! 
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>MES J. PUZAN 

1 -300 Rapias. Michigan 
f.', on original member of the 
Sughter House Five, come to the 
^val Academy with high expec- 
t.ions. These would eventually be 
f'liled by a Corvette in the shop 
c;l Nuke bonuses In his bank oc- 
cjnt. Jim (Morse Code) Puzan, 
V s looked up to by his peers, both 
ca fashion consultant and dance 
irructor We wish him happiness in 
'I land under the sea and luck In 
ri uilding the harem he left behind. 




JOSEPH V. SANCHEZ 

San Bruno. California 

Ships that pass in the night, and 

speak each other in passing. 
Only a signal shown and a distent 

voice in the darkness. 
So on the ocean of life we pass 
and speak one another. 
Only a look and a voice, then 

darkness again and a silence 

-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 
Dear Mom, Dad, Abe, Jeff, Dan J„ 
Sam, Laura. Dave M., John H., Hel- 
en, Chris. Robert, Kathy. Joe, Tony, 
Dave D., Dan B., Alell, Amle. Alex, 
Cynthia, Albert, Bette, Richard, 
Christy, Melonie, Teddy, Rene, Tim, 
Pat, Kirk, James, John P., Mike; 
thank you for believing in me 




BRYCE E. WAKEFIELD 

Memphis, Tennessee 
Bryce came to USNA from the Big M 
via NAPS. Not nautically Inclined, he 
soon found out early In Plebe Year 
that he had much to learn Despite 
the pressures Imposed by 83 and 84 
he maintained his unique individual- 
ty and became an anomaly 
among Plebes. He continued to do 
things the "Wakefield Way" 
throughout his USNA career, and 
was always an optimist in his fight 
for good grades and In his loss of 
beloved Bree Very soon he will 
graduate and hopefully spend 
many happy years on Navy's "big 
ships and little ships" REG 



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FRANK D. WILLIAMSON 

Titus ville, Florida 

A harder working, more sincere 
person than Frank will be hard to 
find. Coming from sunny Florida, he 
quickly set himself apart plebe sum- 
mer with his incredible memory 
feats and zany wit. His easy-going 
monner and level outlook helped 
put seemingly major problems in 
perspective. He definitely mode life 
in 24 more interesting His ability to 
survive Navy as a history major and 
a nontypist is memorable Many 
nights were spent in combat with 
his TRS-80 (It usually won). Good 
luck Frank, the surface fleet is get- 
ting a fine warrior 




JEFFREY WINEBRENNER 

Frost burg, t^aryland 
One of Frostburg's finest found him- 
self enrolled in Dr Mentor's special 
class early in plebe year After 
fighting through that, Jeff learned 
that the best study time to be 
found was on the weekends If the 
study lamp wasn't burning on the 
weekend, Jeff must hove needed 
some emergency relief He was the 
only known bat to sleep under 
rocks. His avid literary interest was 
always a source for inspiration, 
Jeff's insurance with AETNA wos 
cancelled abruptly plebe year. 
Jogging and biking were Jeff's only 
means of relaxation. They will all be 
tough on a sub, so bring your brief- 
case. Good luck I 




WILLIAM W. WOSTBROCK JR. 

Seminole. Florida 

A true Floridion, Bill has been a con- 
stant source of entertainment tc 
all Plebe year was especially dis- 
tressful for him- with football and 
team tables, no one ever saw him 
What happened at Philly that yeor" 
During youngster year Dahlgren 
and Bill never missed each other on 
the weekend Bill hod a reserved 
table there every week Hardwork- 
ing and studious. Bill never let sleep 
stand in the way of homework or 
classes. Thanks tor the road trips 
and being my drinking partner Your 
orderliness and precision will be a 
fine gain for the sub force but a loss 
for all the women. Good luck mag- 
ic fingers! 



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WILLIAM C. APPLEWHITE 

Bullhead City. Arizona 
"Apples" hails from the nation's 
hottest spot. Bullhead After leaving 
his desert homeland. Bill headed for 
a life of luxury on the Severn shore 
His moth major was put to good use 
eoch month when his bills arrived as 
he quickly discovered iron in the 
words "finance charge" Always 
one to get out end party. Bill's phi- 
losophy on drinking was "they're 
not for drinking, they're for drop- 
ping." When NAMI threatened him 
with surface line. Bill replied. "I reck- 
on not. surface line's worth, maybe, 
one donkey " All his friends wish him 
the best m P-cola and with Navy 
Air RJC BAH 



BRIAN K. BERRYMAN 

Cleveland. Oklahoma 
Brian came from the humble town 
of Cleveland. OK Yes. he was a 
real Okie from Muskogee Plebe 
year he tried wrestling, but injuries 
got the best of him Youngster year 
he tried leaving his mark on the 
Academy, but the tree got the 
best of him 2/c year Brian tried to 
have a good time at Army, but a 
firsties' ring got the best of him 1/c 
year Brian wanted to go Corps, but 
the Nukes got the best of him It will 
be difficult to forget Orv. his chow, 
his women. Timmys. the Vous. Pen- 
sacolo. and the waterfall on Leens 
Good luck in Orlando Brian RDG. 
KWH. & FCD 



THOMAS O. BRUCE 

Augusta, Georgia 
This Army brat joined the Navy be- 
lieving his true calling was the big 
blue Leaning over the side of o 
rocking MSO he realized the Marine 
Corps might be a better option At 
5'-6 5" Thom was a little short, short 
on money, short on patience, but 
never short on spirit Never one to 
turn down a challenge, Thom felt 
that Rugby, marathons, and iron 
man competitions were always 

better than well, maybe not 

that good Not one for a slow ride. 
jets should suit his fancy in the 
Corps. Coffee, tea. or me JT, LB, & 
EP 



KENNETH J. CALTON 

Greensboro. North Carolina 
A "normal" EE major may sound like 
a contradiction of terms, but Ren- 
nie was the exception to the rule. 
And even though he put in a few 
late nights pondering V=IR, he is 
now "Reaping the Harvest." When 
it came to evading the long arm of 
the deuce, well. "Watch him Abe. I 
seen him do some things!" Rennie 
was a well-liked Southern Boy from 
Greensboro, N C and if you ever 
needed a favor, you only had to 
ask the Suffering B His lifestyle is 
very appropriate for his new ca- 
reer fast cars, fast women, and 
fast Navy jets. I'll be prouder than a 
game rooster to fly with him WCA 
BAH 




lEORICK C. DAVIS 

mael. New Jersey 
d was a member of the Jersey 
ntingent Always one to take a 
3in. Fred went Phi-Sci and found 

t iself with more hours off than he 

f}a classes Actually. Fred was 
dedicated to one thing — 
vy Crew Those early Sunday 
irnings. spring break practices. 

c|3 how many missed weekends'' 
ds doily routine consisted of 

^fmg. rocking, eating, rowing. 

c|l rocking Fred tried to hyber- 
e through 1/c year but unfortu- 
ely his roommate had to study 
d will always be remembered as 
* of the Cheer's gang, the 

Bj-iper Sticker Bandit, and Freddy 

CjGood luck in P-cola and God 
• jur pilots RDG. KWH. & BKB 



JEAN T. DUMLAO 

Bohemia. New York 
Blowing sand in the back ranks 
wasn't exactly JT's idea of a good 
time so she set her sights high and 
came out with 3 stripes as the cap- 
tain of the Women's V-ball Team 
and the "best setter in Navy histo- 
ry " Victory wasn't all she lead her 
team to (play hard, party hard). 
Unlike most Mech-E's. JT became a 
permanent fixture in the 'droom 
and didn't realize Momma B. was 
her weekend home She loved 
cruising in her Fiero. on a yacht, or 
into CEC, Like her 22" jump. JT will 
rise to the top JT is considered one 
of the guys but she's a lady in our 
eyes RAM. STF, GDP. lb. & JSK 



JOHN R. EUSTACE 

Mat a wan. New Jersey 
A Jersey native. Johnny was reluc- 
tant to come to USNA but his first 
two years he didn't show it. He 
pitched varsity baseball and hit the 
books hard 2/C year, graduation 
couldn't come too soon "U-boat" 
hated paperwork. Wham and 
weekdays. The perfect weekend 
was his pickup, a case of Molsens. 
Bruce, and a certain "Jersey Girl" 
As a ^/C. Friday youngsters and 
Marybeth kept him sane USNA 
might not be dear to him but the 
memories of the good times will be; 
Gators, jocuzzies. SB's, at OG's, PEP 
on a hangover. Fran's and Stock- 
ton- Mom. Where's my cover? TB 



STEPHEN T. FAY 

Las Vegas, Nevada 
Originally an Air Force brat. Steve 
sow the light and rolled out of Ve- 
gas to chance it at USNA, After be- 
ing rescued from his first roomote. 
Steve finally decided on Systems 
and accelerated unscathed 
through the academics, only to 
lose his gold wings to those late 
nights Luckily, his good grades paid 
off in a big nuclear way. Between 
skiing, chasing "sweet thongs" and 
financing some good 25 parties, 
Steve has invested his Nuke bonus 
well The Navy bought itself a good 
man Best of luck, Steve, you'll be 
missed RT & JL 



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SUSAN D. FINK 

Rancho Palos Verdes, California 
California-transplant Sue's parents 
moved Plebe Year, leaving no for- 
warding address, USNA became 
the longest she's ever spent in one 
place, no wonder she loved it so 
much she hod to try everything Af- 
ter 3' J years in sunglasses as a var- 
sity dinghy Jock, Sue yearned for 
bright lights, debuting ^/C year as 
a Greek goddess and a Grecian 
urn. This followed several seasons 
spent designing show posters and 
programs, drawing for the Log and 
Pro Book, and for extra credit in En- 
glish Sue found Stars and Stripes (8 
of them), but shocked everyone at 
Service Selection, forsaking USS 
Iowa to fly Navy Blue skies JDS 




KEITH W. HUNTLEY 

Olympia. Washington 
Keith came to us from Olympia. 
WA— appropriate since he never 
met a beer he did not like Keith 
had strange preferences in roo- 
mates (Zippy, Beav. Fred O, & Orv) 
and he unwillingly participated in 
many late-night wrestling matches 
All Keith ever wanted was to be a 
Navy pilot, he struggled as a bull 
major and saved his eyes by going 
to bed at ten All Keith needs now 
are the wings and a 2-seater with 
him in front. We will miss having 
Keith around and the good times 
he gave us, Orv wishes you the best 
of luck, so make him proud BKB 
FCD, & RDG 



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ROBERT 0. GOODWIN 

Pennsauken, New Jersey 
Bob was another Jersey transplant 
He made friends easily, his room 
was the social center, he got many 
chow packages, A participant in 
late-night wrestling matches. Bob 
and his tag-team partner Ned still 
were no match for ORV the Terri- 
ble Bob always had the sharper im- 
age he was 5'9"— 5'10" with the 
perm, he wasn't GQ. he was GP. 
Orv drove his sports car more than 
he did The Cheer's gang, the 
Backyard Baseball team, the EMBC. 
nerf-ball. hackysack. hall-ball, who 
had time to study'' Haze grey and 
underway, I will miss my shadow. 
Good luck in Hawaii (not Orlando 
like you said) BKB 



BRETT A. HOPPES 

Liberty. Indiana 

Coming from a small Hoosier town. 
Brett mode friends easily though he 
had a special relationship with his 
Big Blue Buddy As a true scientist, 
Brett also knew how to set his priori- 
ties: movies all night and the Blue 
Monster all day Sguandering his 
finely-tuned flying skills (Mach 3. 
Time Pilot). Hops chose the surface 
warrior role, heading for Norfolk on 
FFG 5 USS Richard L Page A lifer 
from the beginning, he was always 
there to reassure his roomates 
when the precommitment doubts 
arose After four long years. Brett 
con now know the wisdom of "En- 
deavor to Persevere " WCA RJC 



BLAKE D. HUGUENIN 

Gallon, Ot)io 

Duke-Duck-Huge came to Annap- I 
olis married to a woman and left 1 
married to the sea Needless to say, ( 
Blake grew up at USNA His lifestyle | 
changed from one of timid exis- 
tence to that of fast women and 
fast cars But like most transitions, 
the process was often violent Bro- 
ken ceilings and busted lockers 
give credence to this struggle with 
Navy But he emerged the clear 
winner and a better man for it. 
Blake will be remembered for BFTs. 
open arms, corvettes, pennies & 
jennies. Good luck Duck When you 
come back as a company officer, 
show them how to do it right DFR & 
FMR 









TED W. L. HUSKEY 

Hinesviile. Georgia 
From that amazing night when Ted 
outwitted a certain firstie hockey 
player plebe summer, we all knew 
he would make it His skinny body 
and sharp mind could take him only 
so far , then he became a lifting 
and academic stud, backing up his 
large, yet funny mouth From then 
on it has been all downhill for him — 
French women outside of Dalghren, 
curious girls but only 5 minutes 'til 
formation, and countless hours 
(and dollars) on the phone with his 
better half, Ted come to USNA with 
one goal in mind — to fly. Good luck 
and like you told 'em that night 
"Thanks. Ted," DGJ 



DAVID G. JONES 

Little Rock. Arkansas 
The Academy never realized the 
worth of this native of Arkansas, 
Straight from Catholic High.Jonesy 
brought every bit of the razorbock 
with him save the hog's head hat 
Swhateveri Jones survived plebe 
summer under the core of a future 
Seal then spent the next few look- 
ing for the proverbial snapping tur- 
tle for his loggerhead Probably the 
best tennis player Navy will ever 
see, Jones took the country out of 
country club and brought it back to 
the hall. After two bod semesters 
and on ac board. Jones turned him- 
self around and set his color blind 
eyes on the corps Thanks to a little 
green friend he did go- supply 
corps! To a guy who knew when to 
wake up and live all the best 



JONATHAN S. KOZAN 

Sierra Vista. Arizona 
For Jon. Canoe U seemed to be : 
breeze after Wheaton College K 
zan "the Librarian" will always t 
remembered as that rooming er, 
ty of the halls of Mother B ■ 
achiever in physics, choir, astron, 
my, and the YP Squadron, we c ■ 
picture Jon next to the react 
plant, humming as he stares off ir^ 
space, calculating the problems 
depleoted uranium Jon alwc i 
had an aura about him. and his f\ i 
sub tour should ensure this "glo\^ 
But, Jon, this place would ha 
been strange without you Best 
luck — may your pressure hull 
ways hold ERM & RAM 



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KENNETH G. KWIETNIAK 

Cranbury, New Jersey 
Ken joined 25 from the ranks of the 
New Jersey Nopsters. A truly "fun 
guy," Queetneock never got a 
nickname, since he was born with 
one. Ken nevertheless made his 
way through USNA digitizing every- 
thing from his major to his music 
l/c year Ken was bribed into the 
silent service, yet he never gave up 
his flight suit A porty-er to the core, 
youngster year he abstained; it 
wasn't terminal (never forget Army 
tailgaters). All In all. Ken will be 
fondly remembered as one of the 
many "spirits" in 6203, always will- 
ing to help out a friend. I? & E & J 



MICHAEL F. LEENEY 

Madison. New Jersey 
When Leens entered the acade- 
my, he was heard asking the gate 
guard, "Is this the Naval Acade- 
my?" As a plebe Mike was upset 
because he had to come back to 
the hall to make evening meal for- 
mations on Saturdays. Yep, Leens 
had more library time than most 
periodicals. But Leens was more 
than just on academic stud, he was 
the true scholar-athlete After tak- 
ing Orioles' Dennis Martinez down- 
town for a gome-winning RBI, they 
named Leens baseball captain. 
Then came three stripes, pub night 
at Trinity, and of course, the babes 
After hue school, Leens is off to Son 
Diego. There you go. Ern 




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JOHN E. LOBB 

Magnolia. Kentucky 
John, a multisport superstor, came 
to USNA to find that a country boy 
can survive despite little green men 
and ocean engr After many foot- 
ball weekends he found that as his 
QPf? went down his pass catches 
went up. 2/C year found John 
studying hard, but never losing a 
good night's sleep Our hero #84 
easily met many young ladies while 
giving Academy tours of little 
known areas Handy with a mop or 
broom, he impressed his roomates 
with his "old salt" military bearing. 
John will be a "garnteed" success 
after graduation and will be missed 
by all. RT & SF 



RICHARD A. MAGEE 

Virden. Illinois 

"Main-gee" as he was referred to, 
moved from Nimitz Hall to Bancroft 
Hall. R.A. Ebenezer Scrooge Magee 
was a faithful "ha, ha" contributor 
to CFC and other worthy causes. 
He experienced a major change at 
the Academy (not just in attitude) 
and became a member of the 
Brotherhood. Schizophrenic Rick 
took 4 nuke cruises before his Ma- 
rine personality resurfaced Scuba 
diving and going Airborne ensured 
he hod his shore of ups and downs. 
Rich, follow the yellow brick rood 
and you'll be home raising corn and 
kids before you know it. LB, JTD & 
JSK 



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ELISA R. MARTINEZ 

Camahllo. California 
Plebe year Ernn survived armed with 
a cast and a computer. Youngster 
cruise w/as so great (including 
TMW), she joined YPs and found she 
really was a Surface warrior at 
heart (USS Hector AR-7). Erm loved 
ALPAT-Coast Guard l/c summer 
even though the food didn't like 
her. She computerized the Adju- 
tant's job and found her computer 
more interesting than her classes 
Her parents must have thought she 
wasn't fed 'cause they sent 
enough food to feed us all. For us. 
she IS a unique, true friend JT & JK 



WILLIAM E. MILLS 

Sever na Park, Maryland 
Bill Mills left the seedy world of pro- 
fessional music to join us here at 
USNA The dream to fly jet aircraft 
Fast ones Bill's path has been a 
long one. lonely all-night treks to 
Ward Hall, quick trips to Wheaton 
to feed the Strat. and happier, 
much more frequent jaunts to find 
lovely Linda Bill stayed at Navy for 
one reason: UA. the band that be- 
gan as Slipkid. never wanted to be 
Critical Mass. and wound up play- 
ing the pep rallies it vowed it would 
never do Bill's lead vocals are a 
special footnote to rock history 
Maybe that's why he played ledd 
guitar Fly. boy JDS 



PATRICIA M. PETERSON 

Massapequa. Long Island, 
New York 

Of her "fun-filled" years at the 
Academy. Patty (P-squared) will 
remember most the support and 
love her family gave her. Their en- 
couragement, especially welcome 
during the summer days with "India 
Company, sirl." saw Patty through 
to finishing l/C year with Stars, 
three stripes as Track Captain. 5 
varsity letters, and many good 
friends, especially her roomies. Barb 
and Sue She'll also remember the 
good times she had driving her new 
Prelude and visiting her favorite En- 
sign Patty will be headed tor more 
fun and adventure when she joins 
VF-101 in Oceana BJQ. SDF Love 
to Mom & Dad. Patty 



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WILLIAM E. PHILIPS 

Denton, Texas 

This Good or Cowboy from Tx 
came to us with more energy thar 
he knew what to do with Ern hoc 
no time for himself, so he blew of 
Marine E 2/c year and started en 
joying WE's Although not the big 
gest Texan we'd seen, he was cer- 
tainly the best Ern didn't sink toe 
many putts for Navy, but we mo^ 
all know he's saving them for th€ 
PGA, Horn wasn't much of a fisher^ 
man but there was a certair 
Stream to which he took o fancy 
We and he thought he wo 
hooked, but he broke the line b' 
forward deploying to Japan to raf 
w/Gen. Giap, Ern. someday we'^ 
have time for ourselves and Ol' J.B 
Leens, 




GEORGE D. POINTON 

Trenton, New Jersey 
With a one year layover at NAPS 
GDP came to us knowing every- 
thing, A natural athlete, he did it all. 
but his first love was soccer. His 
years here cannot be described 
briefly, just ask him— and you'll find 
out Always trying to get people to 
"Join That Party Tram." GDP 
seemed to leave his mark every- 
where, but Marine option finally left 
its mark on him The Marine Corps 
truly found one of the proud He 
was a good friend: never too busy 
or too full of himself to help, "The 
eyes of Texas are about you. 
George , you gofta love it 
and you do" JTD & JDB 



BARBARA J. QUINONES 

Ketctium, idatto 

"Why did you come here''" was 
never asked with more genuine cu- 
riosity than to Barb, the Yale grad 
As if two "college" experiences 
weren't enough, she zoomed off to 
USAFA for a semester, then decid- 
ed to odd Georgetown to her list 
for a grad degree (at iasti) But no 
place but USNA could give her 
good friends like Patty. Elisa and 
Sue. or fill her summers with a sail to 
Bermuda and flight ops on the En- 
terprise, And. even though Barb's 
first year in Annapolis wasn't as 
much fun as New Haven, it did bring 
her Pat. we all wish these fellow 2- 
5ers a happy life together -SDF 
Thanks to Mom & Dad and Mr, & 
Mrs P.. Love Barb 



DANIEL F. REDMOND 

Arlington, Virginia 
From those first words. "This is Ddn 
Redmond Speoking." 41-knot Red- 
mond began establishing his repu- 
tation as the original surface war- 
rior. After surviving a cruise to 
Bah-#,a''S!-rain. Bones began to 
concentrate on important things- 
history. Hood and long weekends, 
Dan thought about applying for 
commuter student status, but 
Mother B wasn't ready to cut him 
that much slack However, he did 
keep 2 stripes ALL 1/c year. At one 
point. Dan thought about NCD. but 
with a twirl of his finger and a Giz- 
like screech, he was forward de- 
ployed to Japan Good Luck and 
we hope that you get that fast 
ship BDH FMR WEP 



FRED M. RIFE, JR. 

Lamar, Colorado 
Fred's claim to fame was survivir 
the AC Board and being the 1st a 
chorman Promising to return thi 
summer he began establishing tt 
reputation that we all respect 
culminated by retaining 3 striper lii 
1/c year Undoubtedly his gre- 
vice was indecision. It began wi 
his major- Polysci- Physci- Math- P 
lysci. His greatest struggle was s€ 
vice selection which ranged fro 
Nuke subs to Marine infantry, V^ 
know by his hair that the whe 
landed on Marine air. When I 
chose his wife however there w 
no question, Jen will make a go< 
wife and Ferd the 3rd a fine sc 
Good luck and don't forget c 
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RUSSELL G. TYSINGER 

Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania 
I?uss, a steel-fown boy. came to 
USNA to swim and study Elec Engr 
He immediately took a liking to dis- 
cipline with a shout of "Go Navy Sir, 
and I can't wait to get out of here 
and be a real personi" After letter- 
ing plebe year. Russ found that by 
mixing water and electricity you 
get burned An avid partyer. he fi- 
irxily settled down 1/c year blast - 
\ ing to Pitt In his ECM laden Mustang 
to visit Wendy while maximizing his 
three striper libs. Always the flyboy, 
Russ signed up with the Marines 
wearing gold wings to make it back 
to P-coia Best of luck, Russ, you will 
be missed JL & SF 




lAY WILLIAMSON 

vtoce. Oklahoma 
his Okie came to us with high 
lopes of leading the rich, clean life 
rom "Little Buddy" to "LB" to that 
leovy weight "Pound." Jay decid- 
Kl he didn't want to waste his keen 
n<fX3 and sharp wit on academics 
•o, he searched for a sport I50s 
ook him and handed him an N-star 
his other sport handed him a 
Diock" one Living m the fast lane 
irid sometimes no lane at all. "LB' 
ind friends have done some m 
:redibie feats Yet he never los- 
ght of that special someone i^ 
jklohomo We have no doubt tha- 
"lose gokien Navy wings will carr , 
&S to great heights "Watch'er- 
vbe" JTD 




DONALD M. BOUCHARD 

Clinton, Maryland 
Donnie came to USNA aptly sup- 
plied with merit badges and skill 
awards, only to find out it wasn't a 
summer camp Realizing this, he 
quickly joined the sailing team, sail- 
ing far into the sunset. But then 
came his GT and o new Dawn and 
first class year saw the end of Don- 
nie's sailing career Donnie's axiom 
for academic excellence, "well 
rested well rested", was suffi- 
cient enough to gam him a shot at 
Navy wings Good Luck, Donnie, 
and may the cat never be cold. 
ETC 




ERIC T. CHASE 

Great Falls. /Montana 
As a plebe, Eric's biggest flaw was 
his incredible resemblance to E T , 
which attracted ample attention 
from the 1/c During his 3rd & 2nd 
class years, his claim to fame was 
his receding hair line. It was 1/c 
year that Chaser really enjoyed 
himself With a new car and a 
newer girlfriend, he only came 
back to classes to rest up from the 
weekend By far, his greatest ambi- 
tion has been to succeed as a Ma- 
rine Pilot, and being the hard work- 
er he IS, he will have no problems 
His goal in life, to drive his mother 
totally crazy JMK 



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NORMAN L. COOLING 

Bay town. Texas 

After two years of monastery life at 
the Boat Sctiool. Norm came to tiis 
senses and decided to taste col- 
lege life Alttiough tie was never a 
real partier, tie has been known to 
have a drink for each hand Norm 
was very famous for his uniforms 
They always looked stellar, even if 
his girlfriends' didn't During First 
Class year Norm had two firsts a 
car and a 4 00 He still can't tell the 
difference between a sparkplug 
and a spare time, but boy is he 
smart I'm just glad to hove been 
able to support him on some of our 
wild weekend adventures Good 
luck. Commandant, SAL 



DOU6LAS W. COOPER 

Shippensburg. Pennsylvania 
Our first company commander, 
Doug knew what he wanted He 
worked hard dt the Acddemy to 
become a success Weighing 150 
pounds Plebe Summer, he gaineO 
50 pounds and becdme a great 
javelin thrower Coop, Mixer, Doug, 
was a little hard to understand som- 
times, but he was always out to 
have a good time Women found 
him cute and a gentleman Friends 
knew he was crazy and a lot of fun 
His coach always told him to "Hate 
Somebody," because it made him 
throw better It was dangerous to 
be his enemy He was always o 
good friend, and loved to entertain 
people His future holds a career in 
the Marine Corps and hopes for the, 
Olympics 



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JAMES S. DANDA 

Leawood. Kansas 
Jim never passed up the fine expe- 
riences here at Navy From 150's T- 
tables, weight squad to 2nd class 
Cinderella libs and EMBC With 
grades before 150's, racking and 
running became exercise, but 
stayed a stud Living by "2 and 
go" and "let's get so drunk, we 
can't stand up ", he lived on the 
edge, with a high TV to CPQR RA- 
TIO Four years together was made 
possible by many new roommates 
With hot and cold lockers for long 
nights, the last two years were 
great Thanks to a little ECA help 
from 85, with trips for food and 
drink, the trend was set With wings 
for a goal, you got em, so do it up. 
Thanks for four P W H, 



BARTLEV M. DIBBLE 

West field. New York 
"Twe-e-et Cheese Dibble' " wc 
the command which often pierce 
a dull night of studies when tr 
guys, bored of books, would jurr 
from their rooms, rush Bart, and pi 
on top of him He was, you ecu 
say. the "Big Cheese" At USN 
Bart participated in biking, boxin^ 
BSU, OCF, and the Navigators, e 
thusiastically doing all that he d 
(e g in doss he was known as "Be 
the Boy Physicist") He receive 
Christ as savior plebe year and ti' 
since then vigorously pursued his r 
lationship with God Its been exc 
ing to know Bart and to see his d 
votion to Christ We trust that G( 
will use him greatly for His glory 



TIMOTHY D. DUNCAN 

Fort Myers. Florida 
Can you Imagine Dunk with a li- 
cense to operote a scalpel?!! In- 
deed. Timmy D is living proof that 
the Academy can change any- 
one Starting out a fun-loving sailor 
avoiding firsties like the plague. 
Oinker found the Lord and a pur- 
pose in life 2nd Class year From 
that point on. the books have had 
first priority and you will find Dunk a 
Navy Dr in a few more years of 
"good Navy deal" schooling Of 
course, this fun-m-the-sun Florida 
boy doesn't miss looking for love, 
but IS he looking in the right places? 
Hood'' Texas'' We wish Tim good 
luck on golf courses around the 
world I NLC & SAL 



JAMES F. DURAND 

Lakewood. Colorado 
From the Mile High City, Jim came 
to Navy every bit the all-American 
boy. Fair-haired and slight of build, 
he found a home in The Shaft As a 
ME Hacker, he failed to grasp fluids 
(non-specific lab results), despite 
the efforts of Prof Pete Yet Jim 
was best known for his part in com- 
edy hour, a full depth chart, and 
the sleeping habits of a comatose 
sloth A training routine of grease 
quotas and horizontal workouts 
helped him to earn the title of 
Chief But alas, Jim liked 2nd Lt. bet- 
ter and the Corps may never be 
the same Best of luck always The 
Shaft 



AARON S. ELLISON 

Sacramento. California 
Coming to USNA via NAPS, Aaron 
was the only guy from the Golden 
State who didn't own a surf board. 
He cooly handled the pressures of 
plebe year and also found time to 
pull for Navy. 3/c year, Aaron re- 
tired his oars. With the extra time, 
he pursued qualifications as a 
member of the Drunken Master 
Crew. 2/c year found Aaron in true 
flaming form. An eye scare during 
pre-coms nearly led him to a Vita- 
min A overdose 1/c year. Outlaw 
was cruising the coolest ride to all 
the clubs With an air billet in hand, 
Aaron is P-cola bound. Good luck in 
Flight school and with your career 
ICP & MAW 



DANIEL M. EVES 

Cleveland. New York 
Hailing from upstate NY. Dan com- 
pleted the Eves trilogy at the Naval 
Academy To help Dan through 
school, the Eves watch was creat- 
ed. Though he fell in love weekly, 
compliments of Mrs. K , there was 
but one girl, nay love, in his life his 
mom. Generally speaking, aca- 
demics were not his forte! Yet what 
he lacked in the classroom, he 
more than made up for on the wa- 
ter, supplementing his training with 
long walks through Baltimore At 
service selection. Dan chose the 
shortest distance between two 
points and will command his Hobie- 
Cat in San Diego Dan. your ami- 
able manner will take you far. We 
love you The Shaft 




HOMAS J. FURLONG 

belvedere. California 
om says he's from Belvedere, but 
'veryone knows that he lives in San 
rohsisco He wanted to come to 
le Naval Academy because it 
vas the only school he knew that 
ad a yacht club Even though he 
osn't hod a date in these four 
ears, I'm still working on it There's 
ope though Furshort finally got his 
idy-killing Trans Am after waiting 
X months for it to get here from 
etfoit But don't think Tom's a 
ushover You can't walk on him, 
ven though you can paint on him 
'metimes Its been a blast. Tom 
ood luck SAL 



ERIC G. GOODMAN 

Williston. North Dakota 
Gunner-G came to U.SN A as 
proof of intelligent life forms in N D 
Gunner was the silent type as a 
plebe, but youngster year a more 
social Gunner appeared That year 
saw jump wings and toy tanks In 
concurrence with the Aero Major 
Gunner did many late nights 2/c 
year As a firstie Benny spent his 
time doing 180's in his Bronco on the 
Severn River Bridge at 4 a m After 
four years of over priced plane tick- 
ets, and noisy neighbors, Egg will be 
sporting Marine Greens and yelling 
"oorah" for a living Good luck 
Gunner-G LGD 



JAMES L. GRANDFIELD 

Weymouth. Massachusetts 
Granny, aptly named for his athletic 
prowess, came to Navy from a 
quaint fishing village in Massachu- 
setts There, he teamed up with 
The Chief to form a comedy team 
unique in its diversity Forsaking 
many a study hour to prepare for 
nightly shows in The Shaft, Jim won 
top honors at the Supe's Winter 
Awards Banquet A Rocket advis- 
ee. Granny was selected as Rush 
Chairman of the Hacker Academic 
Frot He was also a 3 time winner in 
the USMC Marathon (light heavy- 
weight division) But alas, the smell 
of brine and the gentle sea breezes 
of summers past call Jim back to 
the sea Forewell JFD 



PATRICK W. HALL 

Snow Shoe. Pennsylvania 
Pat enjoyed almost every experi- 
ence here at this fine institution, 
from football T-fables to EMBC 
Never one to become intimidated 
he earned the respect of many 
roommates who later became par- 
ty partners Pat always took ad- 
vantage of opportunities to excel! 
earning the nickname 12-pack and 
attempting the 15 meter jump His 
locker ran hot and cold during the 
years Throughout the years Pat 
lived the motto work hard, play 
hard, experiencing the Bronco ho- 
tel, hard floors, many trips to Mc D's 
and Popeyes, never forgetting his 
primary goal- USMC. Have fun with 
your tanks, but not in the stadium 
parking lot l.S.D. 



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BRADLEY R. JOHNSON 

West Allis. Wisconsin 
"Oh. Gee, Gosh," right from the 
start we knew there was something 
different about Brad Brad was 
blessed to have come from a con- 
servative port of the country and 
this combined with his Christian up- 
bringing allowed him to adjust 
quickly to academy life Brad has 
participated in the Navigators, 
OCF, Pep Bond and crew during his 
time at USNA Brad was so diligent 
at class that one day. in his efforts 
to stay awake he did a balancing 
act on his chair, despite this he fell 
asleep and fell to the floori Jesus 
Christ has been the center of Brad's 
life at USNA and we are sure He has 
big things in store for Brad 



SAMUEL A. KIRBV 

Duluth, Minnesota 
Sam arrived at USNA from snowy 
Duluth, Minn, never imagining that 
in four short years he would be- 
come a Marine NFC Plebe year 
found Sam making pencils out of his 
roommates Marine Corps flags and 
trying to find out why a certain 1/C 
wanted to knock his head off An 
avid Marine biologist, Sam spent 
Saturday nights youngster year 
talking to fish in College Creek As a 
2/C, Sam lived in the infamous side 
shaft where he learned to balance 
his check book, watched the A- 
Team. and ran in the Marine Corps 
Marathon A dedicated and excel- 
lent student. Sam will be remem- 
bered for his sense of humor and 
friendship to all B.S 



JAMES M. KUHN 

Gaithersburg. Maryland 
Jake's biggest ambition in life is to 
star in a movie entitled "An Officer 
and a Redneck" Before Rambo, 
there was Jim 'Sgt Fury' Kuhn. out 
to preserve peace, justice and 
happy hour at Pete's, Yet beneath 
these mercenary tendencies lay a 
hard working, high aspiring young 
man Fencing dominated 3rd and 
2nd class year, but couldn't confine 
Jim during 1st class year Reading 
glasses and eye exercizes helped 
Jim earn the chance to be what he 
has always wanted to be: a Navy 
fighter pilot Look out Libya! Good 
Luck. Jake! ETC 



SCOTT A. LANGLEY 

Huntington. West Virginia 
Reigning from the thriving metropo- 
lis of Huntington. West "by God. 
smile when you say it" Va . Scotster 
came to the Boat School a back- 
woods. Copenhagen dipping, 
country boy and will leave none 
the worse for wear Never one to 
allow academics to threaten his 
education. "Yuk. Yuk" earned his 
wardroom rat quals early and al- 
ways kept in practice Of course, 
the last three years have also found 
our company mechanic making up 
tor the social life he missed while in 
Plebedom The big question was 
"Who is it this month. Clutch?!i 
Scott's friendship is valued by all. 
and his talents by Navy Air! NLC 





IVAN C. PIERCE, III 

Saginaw. Michigan 
The 'real' navy and NAPS sent forth 
Pops Pierce It took "I" a while to 
get used to calling 'kids' sir "I" is 
every ones big brother He is always 
watching out to moke sure we nev- 
er would get in too much trouble 
But you aren't a saint either' Your 
presence at the 'house' parties is 
known all to well You also did con- 
tribute to the "Save the Sony 3 in 
campaign." You can't fool us 
Mckee lost a good one, but pick up 
the ball and run DAWGH Take care 
T, we will see you out the West 
Coast Way ASE DWC 



MILES V. RILEY 

Houston. Texas 

Miles entered the Academy, like all 
others, with high hopes and new 
ideas His life here was made up of 
four parts Academics. Music. 
Women, and Sleep (not necessarily 
in that order) Miles' battle with ac- 
ademics came to a climax with a 
narrow escape from the ox His ob- 
session with a certain girl nearly 
caused insanity However, relief 
was always present with help from 
his big blue buddy He was varsity 
Rack letter winner every semester 
As keyboard player of 'UA'. his in- 
credible talent made him the heart 
of the band 'This goes back to our 
PEP RALLY DAYS GO NAVY" Good 
luck and see you on stage WEM 



BRYAN S. SEMPLE 

Kensington. Maryland 
Raised in Kensington. MD. Bryan as- 
sures everyone he is a lifetime Flori- 
da native (of the Palm Beach Sem- 
ples) He graduated from an all 
mole military prep school, seeking a 
radical change in lifestyle at USNA 
Developing shrewd financial prac- 
tices as a latch key child and 
through Dunlop investments, nucle- 
ar bonuses made Bryan realize his 
lifelong ambition was submarines 
Second class year found Bryan in 
water fights, cheesing and watch- 
ing the A Team As company com- 
mander, the company rallied be- 
hind his reveille policy His hobbies 
included systems engineering. 
Johnny Cash. Tchaikovsky and Pop- 
eye's, Good luck! Turn the valves 
correctly 



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J. DANIEL SHAFFER 

Canton. Pennsylvania 
Dan came to USNA with the hopi 
of graduating with an MR degrei 
but eventually settled for English. A 
a youngster. Dan got into his fir; 
WUB "D. " having spent most c 
plebe year in white works Unds 
the guidance of guru White. Do 
achieved academic Nirvana Wh 
else could get a 3 8 studying th 
inside of his eyelids all day'' Dan ols 
found time between studying (ha 
to front UA on their 85-86 Worl 
Tour, First class year brought 
stripes. Delaware weekends, an 
an enlightened hairdo. Don wante 
to be a Navy pilot but decided the 
dating one was the next best thine 
Good luk in the world of Aegi 
Tomahawks. & VLS. 



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DANIEL T. SHANNON 

Dendron, Virginia 

What can one write about Danno. 
the guy that went from air guitar to 
lead guitor Most appropriately, 
that he did things his way Or at 
least until he found himself living in 
six-one While there, the juice boy 
developed quite a familanzation 
with Aaron and Mike's shoes, along 
with adding new meaning to an old 
phrase, "sleep softly or get beaten 
with a big sticl<" As graduation 
come into sight, the little grey duck 
opted to exchange grey for green 
and left Mother B for a future in the 
Marine Corps Good luck We'll be 
seeing you in the fleet EGG 



PATRICK BOWMAN STITH 

Knightdale. North Carolina 
The president of the Men's Glee 
Club with Superintendent's stars 
and several roles on the academy 
stage, what more need be soid of 
this English majoring southern gen- 
tleman from the Tar Heel state Bo 
was never too busy for his 23rd Co 
sweetheart He and the blonde so- 
prano began o duet during young- 
ster year and haven't stopped 
since "Mr Gordy" was the first to 
fall and will be the first one to the 
altar after graduation Bo and the 
Mrs plan to infiltrate the surface 
warrior community Look out Third 
Fleet, you're in for one heck of a 
team Good luck to you both NLC 




MICHAEL W. TAYLOR 

'warthmore. Pennsylvania 
,^ike. alias Beaver, kept a low pro- 
,le his first 4 years in 26th He spent 
IS first 2 years sailing on the high 
3as. until a misplaced buoy ended 
IS nautical career Unphased by 
lis and other similar mishaps. Bea- 
er displayed his academic prow- 
ss with his 3 8 & 4 semesters 
owever. Mike set his priorities nev- 
r let academics get in the way of 
9ep A polisci major. Beaver did his 
Jhior thesis on the Delaware crimi- 
31 justice system Mike, your care- 
ss outlook and unmatched desire 
III thrust you to unbounded heights 
herever you fly RMU 



MICHAEL D. THARP 

Odessa. New York 
"Tharp" was definitely a plebe who 
acquired the Firsties' attention 
However, he bounced back to be- 
come a well-rounded midshipman 
Although. "Meat" traversed great 
distances, such as the mile-run to 
become a Navy Pilot, he never let 
his personality lose it's unique humor 
or love of sports As the nose-guard 
for the batt football team, nothing 
came up the middle His forcefull 
ness in sports was matched only by 
his social graces of intriguing wom 
en with his frankness of how to hove 
a good time Consequently. Meo 
became the life of any social gath 
ering. men enjoyed his conversa 
fion while women were left in awe 




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RODNEY M. URBANO 

Orange Park. Florida 
After sweating out Plebe Summer. 
Rod moved to ttie front of thie class 
whiere tiis hard work earned tiim 
good grades and ttie co top dog 
position Football was very, very 
good to Rod, rewarding him with 3 
letters. 3 stripes, team co-captom 
and a brief Spring stmt with the big 
boys 2/c year. Rod received spe- 
cial honors for always going that 
extra step (or page) Inspite of a 
mishap on the bridge. Rod cheerily 
found his niche at sea Rod's reli- 
gous devotion to his Thursday night 
E.I. sessions became his academic 
downfall Rod. you're the best of 
friends, I hope that our flight paths 
will cross many times over in the 
years to come MWT 



MICHAEL D. WALLS 

Bowie. Maryland 

Mike came to the Boat School from 
far away non-specificolly 20' from 
formation Formerly Pres of the Rail 
Society, he later became Co 
Metamorphosis Rep Following in 
brother Ken's boots, Mike excelled 
in the Yellow Card Club #4 in the 
program and #1 in our hearts, he 
ended a rewarding 4 year career 
as non-revenue spokesman or 
capt His aggressive social style 
kept many hearts in two but he too 
found love in Rosalinda Mike, your 
home has been and always will be 
our home away from home Your 
strong will shall take you to the out- 
er envelope of all your endeavors 
Fair winds and following seas The 
Shaft 



KEITH R. WETTSCHRECK 

Bemidji. Minnesota 
Coming from the Northwoods, the 
Bemidji Kid soon carved his niche in 
Two-Six Although quiet most of the 
time, he used his towering size as 
leverage when arguments were 
pending or beers were flowing. 
Never known for his academic 
prowess. Dr. Hoover signed on with' 
Team XEROX to ease those EE 
blues Yet when his grades began 
to decay exponentially. Wheats 
left the labs and headed for the 
beach He often hit the bricks as 
early as February with only a turtle- 
neck for warmth Clark Kent woi 
replaced by Jocko the Beach Bum 
Easy going, big hearted, and confi- 
dent, your wings will take you any- 
where. Wheats 



MICHAEL A. WILLIAMS 

Queens. New York 
Mike came to Navy from the tost 
paced life of the 'City.' After a 
short stay in Newport, plebe year 
began Mike spent most of his time 
chill'in hard and perfecting his social 
drinking skills. When I met up with 
him youngster year we found we 
hod a lot in common Who else 
would listen to T La Rock? Saturday 
night 'house' parties were com- 
mon, nothing like the comforts of 
homel Soon he will be on his way to 
Long Beach, faster than Annapolis 
but slower than City life. One thing 
to remember Drunkmaster. at least 
in a Cutlass there is room to live 
Good luck man. it has been a great 
3 years. Say 'hi' to officer Economy 
for me, ASE 



KURT A. WOLFE 

Helena. Montana 
Kurt came to the Boat School fn 
Big Sky Country where men 
men and , , Formerly Life Suppi 
Systems Consultant for the BA' 
Club, he began Midshipmanhoi 
with a full head of hair and a b<j 
full of trix that kept his skates shaj 
When trouble seemed inevitabi 
Kurt could always keep his hej 
above the brown quagmire | 
years passed and his rapport vA 
women improved, he come ) 
know his only love Rosalinda Kuf 
candor and loyalty as a friend haf 
left a mark on all whom he tf 
touched, Kurt, your will to soar H 
bring you higher and farther wh" 
ever you may fly. Fair winds c) 
following seas The Shaft 





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BRIAN K. CABANA 

Biddeford. Maine 

Copa, unlike most, had to make 
the transition from the backwoods 
of Biddeford to the bowels of Ban- 
croft He came with visions of fight- 
ers dancing in his head, but, alas, he 
had to change his focus from outer 
space to Inner space Yes, on that 
fateful November day, Brian chose 
to become one of the Killers of the 
Deep With half of a Systems de- 
gree in one hand and an HP In the 
other, the folks at Reactors didn't 
even raise an eyebrow After the 
many hours Brian has spent making 
oil slicks out of cruisers in Luce Hall, 
he should do well In the Silent Ser- 
vice, Good luck and good hunting 
PJM 



THOMAS J. DORAN 

Henaerson, Nevada 
A Marine from the start, Tom came 
to USNA from Nevada, suffering 
through a "hot" summer and even 
hotter year with Wild Bill Tom 
walked Into second class year en- 
gaged, but got himself out of that 
one quick First class year was his 
best After falling for a Hoodlum 
chicken he was in Frederick every 
weekend Nearly always the first fir- 
stle gone, Tom would pock up 
Thursday to ensure speedy Friday 
getaways in his new Mustang After 
two years with the Rugby club and 
four fleldball seasons, Tom probably 
can't wait to get to Quantico, 
Hang in there "Mang", you've 
been a super roommate and great 
friend You'll be missed CLJ 




MARK W. FLORES 

Stratford. Connecticut 
Flo halls from the greatC) state of 
Connecticut A grunt in the truest 
sense of the word, he took USNA by 
storm with a voice and wit equal to 
Attila the Hun. A fan of anything 
preceeded by fast or feisty, he be- 
came the owner of a Mustang GT, 
an enviable collection of women 
and Goober A History major, Mark 
never got the concepts of EE or 
typing Don't worry Mark, Marines 
don't do that stuff He happily 
leaves USNA to Join the Corps, I'm 
sure he'll excel. Thanks for all you 
have done for us, good luck and, 
for God's sake, COVER ROGERi 
PJMcF 



THOMAS K. FRIZZELL 

Little Rock, Arkansas 
Coming to this institution via a 2nd 
graders dream. Friz was ready to 
continue his Sgt York impression 
which was so liked at NAPS Howev- 
er, the copious amounts of sweat 
which shot from his brow flowed to 
and nutured a hidden seed This 
hard Corps type was soon writing 
poetry and singing for the choir A 
liberal was born The right wing 
backward Arkansas hick fell away. 
In a matter of time he convinced a 
young Yankee to be his (class) 
mate. Their mission Is to make CNO, 
and to have 6 little Frizzes all in a 
row With such an expensive ambi- 
tion maybe it's best that you've 
seen the glow. Be safe Tom JTM 



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HARRY N. HUGHES 

Ridgefield. Connecticut 
H. the adopted son from the family 
below came to The Boat School 
from CT. a state populated entirely 
by his family Following in the foot- 
steps of big bro'. he mastered the 
arts of hair reduction and conduct 
deception H was Chairman of The 
Board of the Strain Face Commit- 
tee, and began Midhood with a 
PhD from EZU. Frequently o guest 
lecturer in the shaft, he expounded 
on a sundry of topics His comical 
sarcasm has kept many an ego on 
guard. His smooth demeanor has 
melted many cold hearts, but he 
too found love with Rosalinda H. if 
there is a way to turn bad times in 
to good you'll find it Fairway winds 
end following She's-THE SHAFT 



CRAIG L. JESSEN 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 
Hailing from the Great Southwest. 
"George" proved to be a cut 
above- especially in giving grief to 
Wild Bill, His dedication to practicing 
boxing on Roo turned into two bri- 
gade championships The promise 
he showed soon disappeared as he 
was introduced to life on Stud 
Street, Hockey and hocky sack, 
and who could forget those days 
on the porch'' (Not to mention the 
late night trips to Dental) In spite of 
it all, George did manage a cushy 
striper job as Brigade meter maid 
even if he didn't save me a spot 
Navy Air (and the chickens of Flori, 
do) hove got a live one Good luct 
in Pensacola roommate, one 
thanks for everything! TJD 




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JOSEPH A. JUDITH 

Bridgewater. New Jersey 
"Roo" came to us from the Garden 
State prepared for plebe sum- 
mer—he even brought his own flag 
chart. Rotes came easy for Joe. 
however, keeping his eyes "in the 
boot" did not Nevertheless, his fa- 
vorite firsties. Schoons and Beeker, 
soon taught him how to "rotate 
and radiate." As roommates both 
plebe and 1/C year, Joe and I 
shared many memorable times. Re- 
member Koubek's chem class, Cali- 
fornia cruisin': Ring Dance; spring 
break '86; and the other rowdy 
road trips. You've been a great 
friend and roommate. Don't drive 
your submarine into too many 
whales. Good luck, fair winds and 
following seas, my friend, TTL 



CHRIS R. KOWALD 

Winter Park, Florida 
He was a coureur de bois, one wl" 
runs in the woods, and where I" 
came from, no one knew Cti 
come to Annapolis from Wint 
Park. FL, where, luckily, there a 
no Maryland hogs After managir 
to survive the academic boa 
plebe year, his motto "2,0 row or 
go" managed to carry him 
graduation Chris spent his ofte 
noons, and spring breaks busting 
butt on the Severn river along w 
his lightweight crew teammates 
academics weren't his high pon 
his Ring Dance ddte certainly wi 
The AMDO community should cc 
sider itself lucky to have an offic- 
an oarsman, and yes, a coureun 
it's ranks 



KIRT D. KRANKER 

Louisville. Colorado 
<irt, Nert. The Krank, by any name 
he's the same, the goose hunter 
knows how to throw a party but not 
the lows of MD To win w/ a stay g 
12 in AC he must know something 
■TD will never like his thoughts of Dal- 
ies, TX The Vous helped him cnsten 
-95, and he road from Vega to 
•ocket hit Vette He can bang a 
croquet boll headboard or beach 
nob but not those grades for a WE 
^OPcorn IS fun but CC looms near 
to chase the E bunny away but not 
the stammers m SC or your HC date. 
3ood Luck, we are all going to miss 
/oui BS CJ JS KS 



TIMOTHY T. LESTER 

Menomonee Falls. Wisconsin 
"Lurch" arrived here from Ameri- 
ca's Dairyland the day before I- 
Day, the only time he's ever been 
early for anything. Tim's pals. Mor- 
rie, John, and Dave, mode sure he 
had a plebe year full of character- 
building Always abusing New Jer- 
sey, he ends up on BB62 for his 
youngster cruise Never forget such 
escapades as California cruising. 
Army '84, Valentine Dance '85, 
Ring Dance, road trips. Spring Break 
'86, etc Navy Air is getting one 
heck of a unemployed VT-NA Air 
Boss for a pilot. You've been a 
great roommate and a true friend, 
and I wish you and Jan all the best in 
years ahead God bless you and 
keep flying high. JAJ 



JOSEPH H. LUDLAM 

Moron. Georgia 

Joe is a different kind of animal at 
Navy Although he looks like a post- 
er Marine and harbors a secret de- 
sire to go nuke, he signed on with 
the Playboys of Pensacola, Navy 
Air. Who knows, maybe Joe will be 
the first astronaut to eat Welder's 
Dynamic Weight Gam from a tube 
We do know that he was the only 
firstie to send out two mother's day 
cards this year Anyway. Joe. if you 
are ever in Orlando, drop off your 
plebes and we'll have a beer at 
Frannie's P.J M 



MARK LUNOSTROM 

Millbrae. California 
Lucky hails from the thriving me- 
tropolis of Millbrae, CA. While not 
part of his original plans, he decid- 
ed to become a blackshoe des- 
troyerman. which is good because 
black shoes don't have alpha 
codes on them. Yes. when Lucky 
was a plebe, he was so squared 
away that he hod to remind the 
upperclass of their rates, like read- 
ing the newspaper, etc But, over 
the last three years Lucky man- 
aged to magically mold a Systems 
degree out of thin air. Good luck 
and I'll see you in my crosshairs. PJM 



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)E LUNTZ 

)s Alamitos. California 
•■e hopped m from sunny southern 
•alifornia with his Ethiopean arti- 
cts and gas box Tow cheese . 
ie lock Gummi bears BF 

jsketball , Laughing boy . 
.iving range . Butch . Bloody 
irf . Parking lot ... St John's . . 
■■e stamp , Wrestling with turtle- 
■icid . . , Mort beatings $300 

i»r^ny . , Space mountain accom- 
'ce Hometown Army-Navy 

Jrty . Eva . Airborne Buds 
lagels , . City dock golfing 
■ ack Attitude checker . 

ower meditation EMBC . . 

'w many steps to restriction mus- 
''' . . The tape , Hee, hee, hee 
"This man should ref in the ploy- 
's" Gail Chapel 



PETER J. MARQUIS 

South Weymouth. Massachusetts 
Pete entered these hallowed halls 
direct from South Weymouth and 
his accent immediately drew the 
attention of everyone, including 
the guys of '83 He came here look- 
ing to be a jarhead but common 
sense prevailed and he went sub- 
marines Pete will stand out as one 
of the few killers of the deep with 
jump wings and experience calling 
in air strikes which ore examples of 
summers well spent. If he ever finish- 
es his Robot Chess Master he will 
graduate a systems engineer I will 
be looking for you under the ice 
caps. Good luck and hope you get 
attack boats BKC 



PATRICK J. McFADDEN 

Monroe. Louisiana 
Pat or PJ hails from the bustling me- 
tropolis of Funroe. population 5, He 
come to USNA with visions of being 
a Naval A-vi-a-tor, but despite his 
outstanding academic, conduct, 
and performance efforts he still 
managed to get an air billet. He 
also brought a propensity for hurling 
things like peanuts, candy, and co- 
coa, much to his roomie's delight 
What he didn't bring was an alarm 
clock and nothing short of a bomb 
or snow on the stomach could 
compel him to relinquish the green 
monster Good luck my friend, get 
jets. Hop in the Beast and come to 
Stratford for a sandwich and you 
can type a paper or two, Adios 
BACF — - MWF 



JEFFREY T. MCNUTT 

Austin. Texas 

Jeff, a socialite from the sticks of 
longhorn country, strode into Moth- 
er-B. Raybands and all. ready for an 
exciting 4 years of flight school His 
new roomates were overjoyed 
with their good fortune 2nd class 
year was difficult in that Jeff had to 
decide which young lady was to be 
his copilot. The hectic flight line 
calmed once the new year 
dawned Don't fret the eyechart, 
you had it memorized Its not your 
fault they changed it for precoms. 
The Corps have gained a good 
man One with his own Rambo knife 
and a badly needed compass 
Pound the ground with pride. Sky is 
the limit. TKF 



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MARK P. McVAV 

Simsbury. Connecticut 
Mark hails from the great Northeast 
and came to the Academy to ex- 
cel. At what, he had no idea, as he 
undertook an action-packed 
plebe year of rowing crew and D & 
B beating. McDuck realized there 
were much better things in life and 
decided to become a systems 
groupie and an offshore sailing 
stud This seems to be habit-forming 
for now he fantasizes about robot 
arms and marinas' And under that 
innocent exterior we know the par- 
tier exists Road trips to PC , Bolt , 
and DC were popular Mark 
leaves these gates in his flashy RX 
to pursue a career in the nuc. sur- 
face world Best of luck to a true 
peacemaker! M.J. 



PAUL H. POWELL 

Towson. Maryland 
Paul come to Canoe U, from a 
town not too far away from the 
infamous city of Bawmer Towson. 
Paul's initial calling was to the Astro- 
turf, but his natural affinity for the 
sea soon drew him to the Severn 
River Ironically, Paul's incredible 
sleep habits rocketed him to the 
top of the class where he obtained 
the status of VGEP-table extraor- 
dinaire His academic achieve- 
ments, however, did not suppress 
his activity with FCA and Officer's 
Christian Fellowship Paul, your re- 
markable patience and willingness 
to listen will carry you far across the 
many seas of success HNH & MDW 



JOHN T. SINGEL 

Little Rock. Arkansas 
John arrived at the Naval Acade- 
my in jeans and flannel and after 
tour years still did not understand 
why he had not been contacted 
by GQ His country lifestyle led him 
to believe that rugby would be as 
tun as chasing greased pigs, and 
after two years of it John recog- 
nized that there truly was pleasure 
in pom, thus he decided to get en- 
gaged As if this were not punish- 
ment enough, he decided to fill Tex 
Cobb's shoes in the boxing ring, but 
otter one fight he hung up his 
gloves in order to enjoy his lost 
Navy semester. Somewhere in the 
blue yonder he'll say, "Go Navyi" 
GTS 



BRIAN E. SKIMMONS 

Surf City. New Jersey 
Brian comes to us from the Jersey 
shore where he was weened on 
clams, sand. beer, bikinis and 
Springsteen music The popcorn 
conspiracy and diving in the keys 
broke the monotony of youngster 
year (thanks ogam for that fine 
homecoming blind dote Bri) He 
then learned what a western New 
Years Eve is like and that the moon ■ 
does shine on the Potomac of 
night Brian put the Academy in a 
state of shock with his own type of 
service selection. Nuclear Marine 
He spent much of first class year 
horizontal or out shooting links Bri's • 
a good kid that we're all going to 
miss a lot Go--; ' .rr ,-. *h Subsl 




KEITH G. SMITH 

Tucson. Arizona 

Keith came from the wild west 
where life consists of drinking beer 
and shooting fuzzy easter bunnies 
He never became accustomed to 
the backward Eastern lifestyle and 
the only thing he likes about the 
East IS the Redskins. Keith couldn't 
stop thinking about home and he 
spent many study hours thinking 
about the Arizona landscape and 
camping at Flagstaff with the old 
gang. The true Marine in him was 
finally let out first class summer in 
the back seat of an F-4 Good luck 
in Quantico. Pensocola, and the 
Corps. Big Guy. Keep the dreams 
and determination alive, they got 
you this far already JFS. KDK. BES 



GLEN T. STAFFORD 

Haddon Heigfits. New Jersey 
Staff came to the Naval Academy 
and tamed it rather than let it tame 
him He had a cooler method of 
dealing with room tours than most 
did. He always found time for his 
music, whether it be plebe year or 
youngster year when the Colonel 
said he couldn't have his stereo His 
true fame rests on the fact that he 
earned four letters while at Navy, 
all of them black Only his creative 
genius could earn that many He 
has since survived the Dant and 
seen the light by going Corps- Sup- 
ply Corps Good luck to you and 
Stephanie through the years JTS 



JAMES F. STRUSE 

Middletown. Rhode Island 
He came to fly jets, but soon real- 
ized he would do little flying the 
next four years, Jim then turned his 
energy to 150 football where he 
became the leading tailback And 
when he wasn't running tor Navy. 
Jim could be found running for his 
good Buddy-weiser which he gen- 
erously shared with his comrades at 
Quantico. Jim wasn't all work He 
found time for simple pleasures 
such OS mowing John's lawn and 
spending time with Madeline Good 
luck at Pensocola Jim. and try to 
remember where you put your 
keys KGS. KDK. BES 



MERRICK J. VAN DONGEN 

Swansea. Massachusetts 
Merrick come to USNA from Swan 
sea Mass. or Holland, no one is ex 
actly sure which His fluent Dutc 
got him a FOREX cruise in odditio 
to the attention of many of th 
fairer sex When not geeking o 
Marine E . you could find Merric 
out on his sailboard The advent c 
the '73 Buick Le Sabre 2/c yec 
gave him new mobility and Mernc 
was often seen headed for the he 
spots of DC. Hart wick, or especiol 
PC He will head into the silent se 
vice after graduation, where i" 
cool head and affable manner or 
sure to take him for We wish hii 
the best in all he does MPM 



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JAMES M. WHARTON 

Saratoga, California 
The Tone's passion at Navy has 
been the eight-oored racing shell It 
hos been on the Severn River that 
he has spent a majority of his free 
time, including long weekends and 
ifour Spring Breaks When not out 
rowing boats. Whartonian could be 
found with an aero book in one 
hand and a pint of Storm Brothers in 
the other Following in the footsteps 
of his father and grandfather, the 
Tone will start his career at Pensa- 
colo Remember, safety is of para- 
mount importance See you at the 
starting line. Mon Ami 




•HER 0. YARGER 

OS Vegas. New Mexico 
ogi came to the Academy as one 
>f the slowest, most calm people 
■new Nothing ever phased him 
luring our fast-paced plebe year 
Ve always worried that he'd be 
ite for everything, but he always 
lade It on time Fortunately he 
3ed up, but he stayed calm Peter 
'OS probably most famous for his 
snse of humor He always had the 
Jht comment to make us laugh or 
ut someone in his place First class 
sat saw Peter taking off in his 
3rsche for Philadelphia on most 
eekends to see his girl We hope 
le liked ice cream cones Best of 
ck to you in engineering duty 



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KENNETH V. ARNESON 

Cleveland. Ohio 

Plebe year saw Ken experience 
Psycho. D & B with SIR king, and a BZ 
Herndon celebration During anti- 
Daghir maneuvers we became 3/c 
roomies Corruption ensued with 
my Heavy Metal and physical fit- 
ness and his Classical and academ- 
ic prowess. As 2/c we saw the 
Scorps, his own heart stolen by Judy 
after a 5 year blow-off, and the 4- 
door family car of his dreams 1/c 
year Ken put on Co Adj bars, got 
domesticated by Judy, dueced for 
an early Spring Break, and unNPQ'd 
out of CEC. All my best to you and 
the Mrs. Thanx for the memories 
AMF— Nels 




STUART J. BORSCH 

Princeton. New Jersey 
Stuart Borsch came to us from 
Princeton. N J but quickly he tried 
to convince us he was from Berke- 
ley, California He thought he was 
liberal minded and so did we, as we 
affectionately gave him the name 
psycho He proved his psychotic 
nature by giving "words of the 
day," daily expressions that sound- 
ed Important and true but were in 
fact misleading and absurd Stuart 
has given us a new way to look of 
leadership He has influenced us to 
think freely and we hope he will 
continue to be the free spirit he has 
been at the academy. 



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DONALD HODGES BOWMAN 
BRASWELL 

Pampa, Texas 

Transplanted from Pampa via Tex- 
as Tech to this, his natural habitat 
We're not sure if Mr "Brace-well" 
was made for USNA or it for him 
Serious, talented and determined 
Don focused on EE the first two 
years and on becoming one of the 
boys the second two Always a 
striver. Don earned his plebe year 
vator pass on his first trip at the "O" 
course A classroom sleeper and 
finals proctologist Don made the 
rounds, visiting BRNC, Max on 6-0, 
the Rhodes boards, and Doug on 6- 
3 before squeaking by NAMI on the 
way to the cockpit. Take care, EPK 



JAMES R. BROCKETT 

Arvada. Colorado 
Jimbo came to us from the Snake- 
infested-desert city of Denver The 
JuJ left the snow bunnies and 4- 
wheeling to find a wife and make a 
million dollars. It took him 3'> years 
but he found the wife The million 
may take a little longer. Jim be- 
came know as the "Guru" to all 
who needed the mystical insights of 
computers He met both of his aca- 
demic goals at USNA— to do VGEP 
& to be in the rock by 2300 every 
night From snowball fights to touch 
football fights, from cowbells and 
WAC's in Dahlgren to walking on 
cars in Annapolis, Jim was always 
an entertaining fellow. Best of luck 
in the air (don't get Lord Garf as 
your pilot) 



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A. HENRY BROOKINS 

Mobile. Alabama 

Henry Brookins arrived from Mobile, 
Alabama, determined to get the 
most out of this place. Youngster 
year he spent "checking out" the 
majors when he switched from Na- 
val Architecture to Oceanography 
to Political Science and then back 
to Oceanography But once set- 
tled into his major he strove to get 
the most out of academics while 
keeping active with his social life - 
he had the mailbox that was never 
dusty. He is truly a people person - 
the best kind for the Navy. You will 
go far Henry no matter what you 
do. Keep your faith and continue to 
be the role model you are 



EUGENE E. BURKE 

Mountaintop. Pennsylvania 
"Mean" Gene came to USNA from 
the great city of Mountaintop, His 
first day in Bancroft proved to be a 
most interesting one as Gene 
walked into the women's head af- 
ter losing his head to a first class But 
those days of fear quickly vanished 
as Gene grew into a complete Mid 
Gene spent most of his upperclass 
weekends with his best side Joan 
either hidden in Annapolis or at 
Washington College Gene will be 
remembered at USNA for his love 
for baseball but above all for his 
caring and dedication to his friends 
and loved ones. Gene is an integral 
part of us all and will be missed. 
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ONRAD C. CHUN 

'leasonton, California 
he Dude is a (28) legacy and has 
ever lost a single cutdown session 
his life Piebe year memories 
fought bush drinking and water- 
illoons thrown off 6-4 Also. S60 
aychecks and S120 bills at the 
^ort House just don't add upi "Its 
nly money!", he would say Later 
'^ots included weekend excursions 
It Georgetown and eating the 
liescal worm many times in the 
311 Breakdancing. pool. Rams 
ad. midnight golf. Redskin Cheer- 
aders, cooking on 6-4. Mercedes 
50SL. gold cards. Beta Sigma Del- 
I, were trademarks as well as 
.OOKING GOODi" He's off to Ha- 
cii now and probably causing 
Dubie there too' DK 



MARK G. DAGHIR 

Downingtown Pennsylvania 
Mark came to USNA from a cushy 
life in PA In meeting the challenges 
of life at the Academy. Mark devel- 
oped the principles of Daghinsm 
Daghirism says 1) never use a for- 
mula you can't derive and 2) never 
use words with fewer than 3 sylla- 
bles In between snoring, sock 
fights, arousing dreams and deriv- 
ing the meaning of life. Mark 
played his trombone for USNA musi- 
cals and rowed/coached batt 
crew, all while conquering aero- 
nautical engineering Mark is now 
off to Pensacola to fulfill an ancient 
prophecy and lifelong dream by 
flying his jet through space to be- 
come Lord Garf, Master of the 
Universe 



JEFFREY D. DAVILA 

Richmond. Virginia 
Jeff came to Navy from Naps and 
so had Plebe year under control 
from the start Despite the fact that 
he flunked every room inspection 
during Plebe year, he got a reputa- 
tion as a good maid Jeff was al- 
ways around trouble as several 
beer-drinking lacrosse fans found 
out at the football stadium Jeff 
was always hard working and dedi- 
cated and was made captain of 
the squash team and a platoon 
commander in his senior year He 
was also a dedicated friend who 
could always be counted on when- 
ever he was needed What a B H ' 



JACKIE E. DINGESS 

Logan. West Virginia 
In a company of missfits. Jack really 
stood out - he was the only normal 
kid. He left the hillbillies, potholes, 
and coal of WV to confront Electri- 
cal Engineering and to lead 28th 
company at USNA Through spring 
break. Ring Dance and other festiv- 
ities. Jack alone somehow es- 
coped cruel company criticism. EE 
took its toll, but who cares, the 
Nuke bonus is in hand. We're not 
sure where they money went, per- 
haps for car repairs It seems that 
his ex-200SX tried some fancy foot- 
work and break dancing on wind- 
ing roads of WV. The JuJ is now 
jamming toward a career in subs - 
Best of Luck 




^|.RK W. JOHNSON 
nivv/ood. Florida 

nbrought a bronze tan and mem- 
c !s of a blonde girl, but he'll leave 
via yellow Aero banana, a red 
c memories of Leo's Lion, and a 
c am of deep space. You see. 
^rk has always reached for the 
sI's. and stripes From Janes Clam 
Qjwder to Georgetown parties 
1 from 2 AM study surges we 
't forget you "Jawnson " Good 
in the glowing force, and may 
C 3 keep you always at His side 
le stars. 



EDWARD P. KEARNS 

Walnut Creek. California 
What could be more natural than 
nuts berries and Ed Ed's still-water 
character runs deeper than the 
depths he will be prowling in the 
near future, A renaissance man of 
the 80's Ed is an athlete, oceanog- 
rapher, pilot, leader and gentle- 
man At first we thought that Ed 
was just visiting this planet When 
he left for the Colorado Springs Hil- 
ton we thought we'd seen the last 
of him. but when he came gliding 
back down out of the Rockies, we 
knew he was here to stay Ed's 
achievements include the maxi- 
mum descent rate determination 
for a Piper Warrior and lasting four 
years by the Bay with on open mind 
and a kind smile for everyone 
everyday 



STEPHEN D. KIBBEY 

Portland. Tennessee 
Doug came to USNA with that 
good old southern lifestyle We en- 
joyed his introduction to 4-wheeling 
at the UVA game and at the 
swamp. Did Doug stay out of trou- 
ble'' Doug was always very athletic 
and he proved that when he 
showed us that he could throw a 
water balloon four stories down, I 
hod the fine opportunity of spend- 
ing time down in Smoke Hall with 
Doug, I think there's a plaque dedi- 
cated to him down there, Doug, 
were going to miss you. I wouldn't 
trade the times we've had for any- 
thing in the world. Since dad's al- 
ready "Doing what he does best." 
maybe I'll see you "Flying the 
Friendly Skies!" ID. 



BERNARD S. KLOSOWSKI JR. 

Milton, Florida 

Bernie came to us from the boom- 
ing metropolis of Milton. His plebe 
year he had to endure the hardship 
of being subservient to two of the 
more premier members of the Ugly 
Club He progressed into youngster 
year to become one of the kings of 
Dahlgren Hall. Second class year 
found him plugging along with aca- 
demics and becoming involved in 
the geriatic community. First class 
year found him sweating out ser- 
vice selection. Bernie's going home 
to learn how to be a NFO. but with 
his grades m navigation I wouldn't 
want him in my backseat. By the 
way. he still owes me o new blotter 
The Boys will miss him! JEP 



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MICHAEL F. LUPTON 

San Diego. California 
"The Bov." as Mike Is known, is a 
character Good clothes, good 
babes but not good grades ex- 
plains Mike's time at USNA, Words 
like "launch," "paper", "dish," and 
the big one "Dave," will always be 
remembered. Since I like you Mike, I 
won't mention the "Poodle," but 
there's one thing I must say, you've 
always been successful with the 
girls, and I hope your luck continues 
when you become a member ot 
the FMF, We're going to miss you 
Mike The times we've had were 
too short, but the memories will last 
a lifetime Good luck in all you do 
and always remember whenever 
opportunity knocks, LAUNCHi" ID 



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MITCHELL K. MARIOTTI 

Lombard. Illinois 

With fresh grease under his finger- 
nails and an auto manual under his 
arm, "Chief" left the windy city for 
USNA. During his first year Chief be- 
came famous (and feared) for the 
DEATH HANKIE and was busily em- 
ployed as the 6-4 pharmacist As 
an upperclass (and true gearhead) 
he spent little time with such trivial 
matters as steam or wires, and 
could usually be found curled up 
with an issue of Hot Rod This of 
course, while he wasn't at the pool 
- his second love. Chief's philosophy 
on working out was to never over- 
train and accomplished this with a 
daily regimen of afternoon rack- 
time. Oh to be a phys, scientist. 
Good luck Chief- 



482 • CLASS OF 1986 




JEFFREY MICHAEL MCMULLIN 

Bellingham. Washington 
Norman come to USNA via Belling- 
ham. WA. after a sidetnp to Wa- 
zoo He went through plebe year os 
a football jock, but decided to re- 
tire to the more sedate life of intra- 
murols and chasing girls and pitch- 
ers in Dahlgren As youngster year 
drew to a close. Jeff's fame was 
growing larger One night the love 
triangle blossomed, then died, as a 
fourth party entered the scene No, 
not Susan, ice cream broke up the i 
triangle His lost two years at USNA 
were spent convincing Susan to 
marry him, which he finally did. 




ADAM J. MEINROD 

Lima. Otiio ' 

Boomer, the big athletic quarter 
back from Ohio, became tamou 
plebe summer by recycling his T 
shirts when they returned dirty fror 
the laundry When he wasn't read 
ing /Muscle & Fitness or writing let 
ters to Annette, he was off terronz 
ing his classmates with wedgies c 
late nite wrestling Maybe Boomc 
should hove read Hot /?od since It 
spent most of his money on h 
Honda (which never made it t 
O.C.) or his Pulsar which he almoi 
lost to the Severn when it tried t 
float away during a heavy rain. Bi 
it doesn't matter to Adam becaus 
he is going to make a million as a 
Ol anyway Good luck in P-COL/ 
Chief 



KEVIN R. MILLIKEN 

Hundred. West Virginia 

BooBoo came to us from the tillls of 

1 West Va A true mountaineer at 
heart ■IN-STATER," Kev arrived at 
USNA equiped with Rambo knives 
and 5 lb dumbells When not study- 
ing, BooBoo terrorized the halls in his 

i cammies and gringo shirt armed 
with a disk gun Kev proved his 
manhood as a plebe surviving 
Army-week in the Red Room, But 
2/c yr Army-week caused Kev to 

imiss Philly because of a "close 
shave " So Kev took on a new oc- 
cupation as the 6th Wing balloon 
bombadeer With the coming of 
the Subaru and La-machine Kevs 
love life blossomed that spring Fare 
winds and following seas Kev. we 
will miss you Thanks, love Fred 



SHAWN P. MURPHY 

Defiance, Ohio 

Smurf carried on a family tradition 
by attending USNA but broke It by 
staying Hailed from Defiance, OH, 
a name which describes his person- 
ality perfectly, Shawn eagerly left 
the flatlands to serve his country 
Plebe summer curbed his enthusi- 
asm somewhat, but his stubborn at- 
titude prevailed He was a great 
athlete before and after coming to 
USNA, displaying his talents by leap- 
ing over 10 ft walls, cheering wildly 
with a cold one in hand, and easily 
crushing opponents in batt football 
Now he IS off to the submarine 
force where he will most definitely 
find adventures in the deep 



ALEX OSPINA 

Miami. Florida 

What can you say about a guy 
who hails from (vliami. loves the Dal- 
las Cowboys, lives in Greensboro, 
moves to Ft Lauderdale, and plans 
to be stationed m San Diego 
Worldly'' Experienced'' You obvi- 
ously don't know Alex Seriously, 
Alex has always been known to 
give everthing he had in order to 
help someone out In fact, he did so 
twice Records of his heroics 
have found a permanent home in 
Bancroft fv/ledical Though his knees 
may never be the same, he can 
always rest assured that the friends 
he has made here will always be 
there to help him out. Good luck 
Alex; were going to miss you. (The 
Boy and The Dude) 



LYNN J. PETERSEN 

Toledo. Ohio 

If one can learn anything from Pe- 
tey. it would have to be determina- 
tion. From the start. Lynn was de- 
termined to graduate from USNA. a 
goal inspired by his father, but the 
road was not to be an easy one. 
Problems like computers and hav- 
ing to stay in on weekends often 
attacked him However. Pete was 
often down but he was never out. 
Then from out of the blue, he would 
mutter a catchy phrase such as 
"I'm going straight to the 'Dant." 
God Bless you Lynni 




JAMES E. PITTS 

Hilton. Floridd 

ielieve it or not, Pittsy arrived at 
JSNA as almost pure innocence 
imce 82 though, this good old tvlil- 
on boy found out that rumbles, la- 
:rosse games and having alleyway 
efreshments with Boo Boo were 
nore fun than our high school prom 
X, so Jimbo killed a few plants in 
>abtown, he still doesn't think 
larking a couple or a dozen cars 
■n a lawn is a big deal Who needs 
Donsors anyway'' For the future, is 
' ok for officers to give headbutts'' 
nd now that Pittsy is nuke bound, 
ow is he going to survive without 
ie other poster children'' Take 
are Jimmy 



BRIAN P. QUINLAN 

Bowie. Maryland 

After Brian left the basketball team 
at the end of plebe year he turned 
his energy towards Mech E and 
supporting Navy sports, in a big 
way How about that fVlaryland- 
Navy lacrosse tailgater' In his later 
years. Brian adopted quieter activi- 
ties such as hanging out with the 
boys at Ocean City, lifting with 
Boomer, and of course, visiting vari- 
ous Md police stations When you 
ask Brian what he remembered 
most about USNA, he won't tell you 
the parties after the Army-Navy 
games Thanks for the good times 
Q, but most of all. thanks for your 
friendship Remember, it's no BD. -B 
H 



ROBERT RUPP 

Hicksville. New York 
Fred followed his big brother here 
from Hicksville. Long Island with a 
lacrosse stick in his hand and BTW 
on his mind Right away Fred im- 
pressed us on the field with his four- 
calved physique and ability to miss 
an open shot on goal But his athlet- 
ic prowess did not surpass his aca- 
demic talent and spelling mostery. 
If anyone needed to know how to 
spell a word, they just went to Fred 
and "axed 'em" Whenever Fred 
wasn't shaving a woop's legs, he 
was busy romancing Patti We'll all 
miss his humor when he goes into 
intelligence but we're sure he'll ex- 
cell as a spy Good luck in the fu- 
ture. KRI;4 



GREGORY SALVATO 

Terryville. New York 
Sluggo IS a prior enlisted man with 
lots of experience, including Rota 
and Tijuana , He is the original JuJ 
and entertained the company with 
his continuous Wild Animal Calls — 
a ritual he learned while camping in 
the woods of West Virginia. No one 
IS sure, but we think that Greg is 
allergic to women and physical ex- 
ertion He had his own fitness pro- 
gram Body by Steerage Being the 
"old man" of the company. Greg 
was always a good friend and a 
reliable PITA He achieved his goal 
of 2 and go. but is still looking for 
his hot babe and cold beer Good 
luck driving ships Babe' 
JuuuuuuuuuuuJI' 



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THOMAS A. SHUMAKER 

New Castle. Pennyslvama 
Shu brought two new concepts to 
USNA First was the concept of Shu- 
rock, a combination ot George 
Thorogood. and of course. Bob Dy- 
lan Secondly was the concept of 
the Pennsylvania redneck, a man 
who drinks Iron City beer and likes it. 
a man who sleeps in a flannel shirt 
indoors, and most of all. a man who 
staunchly believes that Joe Pa- 
terno runs the cleanest football 
program in the country Shu will be 
remembered as a good friend and 
a man who cares about people 
Good luck in the Marine Corps B H 



CHRISTOPHER SOLER 

Randolph. Massachusetts 
Chris brought his Boston accent 
and Celtic's passion to USNA. Box- 
head's NAPS experience proved 
helpful, but he soon learned that 
NAPS doesn't mean much around 
here Box was a runner, but soon 
tired of this and turned his attention 
to the most popular sport at the 
Academy, sailing He fell in love 
with the sport and has worked hard 
on the sailing team ever since 
Box's quick wit enabled him to dish 
out the slams He took his fair share 
of abuse (as was the norm in the 
company), until the night of Dr 
Jeckyll and Mr Boxhead He mel- 
lowed for a spell, but is now back in 
true form Thanks for everything 
Good luck Q 



WILLIAM T. SOLOMON 

Jacksonville. Florida 
Soli came from the Bolles School in 
Jox After 'validating" plebe year 
(a football player) he began to 
party with the boys as a 3/c, We 
enjoyed many good times togeth- 
er when he wasn't seeing his terra- 
pin Soli showed his football prowess 
by kicking field goals and making 
expert tackles (well, almost) His 
most glamorous moment in the 
News came plebe year when his 
best side was splattered across the 
sports page of the Post Soli 
thought he could be an engineer 
and still play boll (Psychi) Rocks for 
Jocks. Baby I Good luck to you and 
your babe. D H you've been a 
great friend Take care and fly 
Navyi ET 




NELS H. SWANSON 

Victor. New York 
Nels was dumped here by Naps 
and though the summer posed no 
problems first semester showed him 
how dangerous popcorn poppers 
can be Through a shared disinter- 
est in Daghinstic Philosophy, we be- 
came roommates youngster year. 
What a guy; he wore lifting gloves. 
muscle T's. used styling mousse and 
listened to heavy metal He had 
more clothes than locker space, 
several girlfriends and a car that he 
used to keep the mechanic in busi- 
ness He did a fine job as Co Sub . 
flirted with the USMC and chose 
NFC Take care Nels. and best of 
luck in all you do 



EARL TOTTY, JR. 

Lima, Ohio 
Earl, better kown as "the shelf" to 
the boys, came to the Academy a 
very quiet person But when col- 
lege guys get together, it couldn't 
last long We all remember the N 
C, game 2/c year, or do we'' Earl's 
Glee Club time was short, but he 
kept singing. Memories of "Ebony 
and Ivory" and "My Girl" will long 
remain a part of us. Working hard 
and playing harder brought us all 
closer to you Always a friend in 
times of need. Earl touched every- 
body in his own special way Earl. 
you will be missed To you my friend. 
Smooth sailing and Good Luck 
WTS (DH) 



KEVIN WINDBIGLER 

Corpus Christ I. Texas 
Hans came to us here at Navy frorri 
the Lone-Star State His four yeof' 
term got off to a shakey start as 
one of his major endeavors Plebe; 
Year was to write a Pro-Peport o^' 
Xovier Hollander's "Letter of the. 
Month" Hans's mam course o1 
study has been history. This certain-: 
ly was a good choice as he alwoys 
has more than enough "bull" for u^ 
all to keep us going Having beer 
Hans's roommate for three semes 
ters, I still can't figure out how he 
managed to maintain a better 
than 3,1 CQPI? as he spent more 
hours watching Cosby than study 
ing his history assignments. It sure 
has been a great four years Hans' 



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GEORGE T. ARTHUR 

Panama City, Florida 
George swooped out of the skies 
of sunny Florida into the permafrost 
of Maryland in Mid- 1982 After a se- 
mester of guiding Byrnesy ttirough 
plebe year (unsuccessfully), he re- 
tired to a life of vagrancy and sen- 
sory deprivation with the gang from 
29, His USNA life wos split between 
studies in the true science and 
praying to the god of 20-20 Vision 
(Yeager) while trying to find out 
what it would be like to live in 
Smoke Hall I look forward to the 
day when I see you turn your head 
in that F-14 and scream "crapi 
Where the --- are we!!" Best wishes 
to you and M J HotspitookiesI Gar- 
goyle, more beerii 



CHRISTOPHER J. BENGAL 

Peabody. Massachusetts 
Bencs amazingly found his way to 
USNA via Boston What he brought 
to 29 were great times and never a 
dull moment The man who's known 
for his 2 2 second shotgun and the 
introducer to snorters and da-gi- 
gas. Bencs left his mark on Lauder- 
dale. By far the leader of the Va- 
grant Elite Force, Nino Is never 
excluded from a party, where 
there is Chris there is a good time. 
Not setting any records academi- 
cally. Chris still chose Navy Air. Way 
to goM! Bencs. you've been my 
best friend, my brother. The rotten 
thing about graduating is separat- 
ing. I Love Ya. I'll miss yo but I'll nev- 
er say good-bye Your Bro- TC 




RAYMOND L. BYERS 

Santa Barbara. Calitornia 
He came, he saw. they saw. they 
fried. It didn't stick Teflon was 

born Before-the beaches of SB. 
Naval'' Only on girls Plebe-Vball W 
Beruit skidrow JBench (RIP) 3000psi 
a 0300, JR-vert/rack. 3/c & 2/c 
some thing Everybody hates usi 
TJohnson Mr, T. BFew (the scream), 
just fry us all First class, at last Try 
living with a guy for 4 yrs and write 
■18 lines If I'm on a beach and I see 
an F-14 chasing CGU-11's I'll know 
you're there Good luck, Ray and 
thanx for everything It went so fast 
and there's so much more Buy an- 
other dictionary Darn Ducks! 



TIMOTHY M. CURRY 

Pine Hill. New Jersey 
Tim bulldogged his way info USNA 
from some Pine Hill in New Jersey 
When not punishing opponents on 
the wrestling mats, Tim adds life to 
parties A qualified member of the 
Vagrant Elite Force, named Dino for 
his bulbous head he has done as 
many crazy things as any of us Tim 
remember riding the bull, shotgun 
races, Lauderdale, hot tubs, Jersey 
Shore, and Bruce Not always on 
fop of the academic hill Tim has 
done his best to excel at 2 Crazy 
choice of Marine Air. good as long 
as he and I don't crash in the skies. 
Even if we did it would be great to 
go with your best friend Remember 
"We Were Born To Run" CJB 



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DERRICK L. DIXON 

Ossining. New York 
By the time anyone reads thils, our 4 
year track star will be morried and 
flying off In tils P-3, He is known as 
ttie man wtio never loses tiis temper 
or at least never shows it He hos 
outlasted many of his opponents 
and 5 roommates who have de- 
parted for different reasons I'm still 
here All he needs is the sky, his 
plane, and Renee He has remained 
a friend even though he is the ADJ 
Good luck and remember I'm on 
the ground Don't misfire 



DANIEL F. DUFRESNE 

New Bedford. Mossdchusetts 
Dan came to Navy with every 
hope and dream of becoming a 
bubblehead but instead became 
one of the few and the proud After 
finishing at the top after plebe year 
when every one else was going in 
the opposite direction he decided 
to take on the challenge of being a 
Mech E He will always be remem- 
bered for being the last one in our 
class to drink, for beerball. 3/c por- 
traits, the dock, and the hill He tried 
being a Coastie for a semester and 
returned to take command as Co 
Cdr Thanks for all the memories 
and for being there when needed 
Good luck In the Corps and God 
Bless You -Jake- 



R. GORDON FOGG 

fiichmond. Virginia 
"Fogg. Gordon SLOB. Only gets 
haircuts when ordered. Shaves 
when caught Room not much bet- 
ter He IS at college, not USNA Aca- 
demically strong, but could be bet- 
ter Rugby player, party mentality 
Seems to be a natural leader but 
has lost considerable respect from 
peers due to lack of usage of that 
ability," J,C Orzalli, 29th Co Offi- 
cer, Yep, you guessed ifi Gordon is 
a favorite with our fine leaders He 
should have gone to the Confeder- 
ate Naval Academy He's either in 
trouble with the "boys ", or on a 
road trip in the "Vagrant Mobile " 
(remember Lauderdale), See ya m 
Pensocola. Fogger , , , and Good 
Luck'i' 



ANNE F. GROVES 

Charleston. South Carolina 
Anne swam up to Annapolis from 
Charleston. SC on l-doy (Remem- J*^ 
ber that green skirt with those sexy 
tube socks. Anne'') Ignoring advice 
to bring only the essentials. Anne 
was a veritable Rite-Aid. arriving •■ '' 
with boxes full of various toiletries : ■''!•'■ 
Dividing her time between LeJeune ■•' 
and the rack, "Mean Anne 
Groves" made it her goal to prove 
the axiom "well rested is well test- • 

ed"- the greatest triumph being -^^ 
passing the ^/c PCQ without crock- ■■" 
ing a book All that sleep paid off 
though, as Anne earned All-Amen- 
can honors plebe year and was. 
named swim team captain 1/c yr, '-'•■ 
Good luck with the surfers of the ''^i 
West Coast SK. LO, CL :-.:i '. 




WILLIAM C. JAMES 

King of Prussia. Pennsylvania 
Willie come to the Academy with 
athletics on his mind He was a crew 
stud in high school, and rowed his 
first two Years at Navy After earn- 
ing one Varsity letter, he had trou- 
ble with academics and a back in- 
jury, and decided to find other 
things to keep him off the streets 
Once a crew jock always a crew 
jock -he still rows a single scull and 
bicycles and runs alot Willie's kind 
of a loner, but he still parties with 
the Vagrants from 29 He s seen the 
good and the bad of USNA, and is 
ready to move on He (and most of 
the Vagrants) will go to Pensacola 
for flight training and some fun & 
sun on the beach 



ALAN J. JARUSEWSKI 

Carlisle. Pennsylvania 
After spending two years In 
"mean " 18, Ai came to 29 a bona- 
flde refugee Formerly demeritless, 
all of our ways started to rub off on 
him, much to the dismay of the 
guys on 4-1 AI passed up a poten- 
tially successful career on Wall 
Street as an investment consultant, 
but since he's going nuke, his life will 
still revolve around the world of high 
finance If that doesn't work out, he 
can always open up Al's Driving 
School (look out for those phone 
polesi) Anyway, good luck with b- 
boll and keeping the oceans safe 
for Democracy Don't forget to 
take your "Spew gouge" to Nuke 
School you'll need if GA 



STEPHANIE E. KISK 

Washington. Pennsylvania 
Steph escaped from the booming 
metropolis of Washington, PA, set- 
ting her sights on studying aero and 
becoming an astronaut A "D " in 
her first majors course and a disap- 
pointing eye exam, later found 
Steph an English major and 1 100 
bound She was one of the few 
mids of our era to volunteer for 
swimming sub squad and, alas, she 
passed her lost swim for Navy on 
the first try Of all the girls, Steph 
enjoyed provoking the vagrants 
the most She fought back with 
feminist cartoons and Calvin Klein 
adds- a rep for the USNA chapter 
of NOW Go forth Stephonie-Good 
luck in CA-Thanks for being a good 
friend LR. CL. LO 



PAUL D. LAWRENCE 

Little Rock, Arkansas 
After attending a year at Univ c 
Arkansas, Paul came to USNA lool 
ing for love He finally found it senn 
year at present arms m the armor 
Throughout his career Paul he 
found a way to stay out of trouD 
by being a nice boy and starting t 
sentences with a hearty "Bi 
suhhii" Paul will remember sorr 
classic times like Lauderdale 84-8 
saluting the Captain and being 
friend to Ron in the room, and 
course the streak of white acre 
the Eastport bridge Good luck 
Navy Air Paul, we have some gre 
memories but a lot more to mak 



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JOSEPH J. LEONARD 

'otowa. New Jersey 
_oe comes from the thriving me- 
TopoiiS of Totowa, New Jersey 
Jake came to Navy with dreams of 
ploying basketball He was side- 
tracked and lettered m volleyball 
ihis last two years Joe not known 
ifor being an academic stud, joined 
•he Brotherhood of Scientist eOrly 
-e also learned that when you are 
3 7" you can usually get what you 
>rant Joe is either in the rack, con- 
itroling his "mild" temper, or giving 
anybody in sight grief The Gang 
^om "29 wishes Jake Good Luck 
wt>en he goes Uaie gray and 
jndeway Remember to duck 



RUSSELL M. LINOSEY 

St. Louis. Missouri 

Roz came to the boat school via 
Purdue He was quickly shortcircuit- 
ed in EE and chose Systems Study- 
ing was hampered by weekend 
jogs from the Afterdeck as a Plebe 
Not one to give up the Umv. life, Roz 
gave Duke lessons on a shotgun. His 
2 for 7 commitment was overshad- 
owed by a greater commitment- 
having a good time. Senior year, 
Roz led the soccer team to an un- 
defeated season Roz, who was 
known for never getting angry, 
held It in , BMW (Philly) As Co Sub 
Cdr Roz led the Co. in stellar fash- 
ion. Setting the example Super Sun- 
day after the party. Roz, Best of 
luck to you in the future and thanks 
for being o friend Dave 




HRISTINE E. LOMBARDI 

?tteo. New York 

i-ie other half of the "Stalin Sisters," 
hns (I'm from Lon Giland, New 
3wk) Lombardi, was a varsity bas- 
;tball stud for 2 yrs before discov- 
ing the joys of intramural sports 
I'e worry about Chns- a 4 stu- 
3nt who never sleeps in class, 
Ikes rvDtes with a ruler and stays 
3 til 3 yet still finds time to assist 
e people who knock at her door 
okrg for help if only she could 
3y off her VISA bill Her hard work 
3id off- 3 stripes, 3- striper libs, her 
vn phone What more could a 
1 wonf Good luck, Chris, and 
anks fof all your unselfish help- 
xj've been a true friend Happi- 
>ss and health always. LR, SK, LO 



DIRK N. MACFARLANE 

San Diego. California 
Dirk came to us from San Diego, but 
he stopped off at NAPS first Upon 
arriving at uSNA he immediately 
found benefits from playing football 
and was never one to hold back on 
them They were well earned 
though as Dirk worked harder than 
any guy I knew If he could howe 
moved the weight room into our 
room youngster year (God. what a 
year) I think he would have His 
achievements academically 
earned him his oceanography bil- 
let Hey Bud, remember youngster 
cruise, you in the Jacuzzi and me on 
the 18 hole Oh. how my golf 
games improved You have a 
heart of gold Pal. let's not lose 
touch Your friend forever T C 



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RAYMONO P. MALSKIS 

Ridge, New York 

Ray has come to USNA from some 
pseudo island m NY He started out 
as a possible engineer but ended 
up tiis senior year as a scientist, like 
all good vagrants should Roy. you 
have had olot of wild times since 
you have been here; the time you 
died and Lauderdale 85. But who 
would have guessed that you 
would come here looking for wom- 
en'' Remember the sailboat cruise'' 
And of course senior yeari Good 
luck on your ship as I fly overhead 
but remember, once a Mal-ski. al- 
ways a Mal-ski 



KEVIN R. MAUCH 

Aracadia. California 
Kevin surfed to and now through 
USNA, With a hometown in South- 
ern Col what else could be expect- 
ed. Eon IS his Vagrant Elite Title and 
Lauderdale will never be the same. 
Perfect attendance record for all 
USNA parties with shotgun as his 
middle name Kev remember 2/c 
summer. "Burning down the 
house", the Umble Family, Ocean 
City, the nose and P-cola. and the 
nearYP tragedy etc etc What a 
summerMJi Also remember Lauder- 
dale. Airborne. Jersey Shore, and 
Sandy Point Nobody could ever do 
what we did Kev good luck in navy 
Air but don't worry I'll be on your left 
wing NINO 



LARRY MAYE 

Roc ties ter. New York 
Larry strolled in from Rochester to 
USNA via NAPS He laughed his way 
through Plebe Summer and has 
barely stopped since He did stop 
for a while so the ax-board could 
laugh Larry walked into the board 
with a Computer Science log but. 
the ax-board chopped his log in 
half and left him with Science 
Come service selection he had only 
one choice. Marine Corps He once 
had a vision of air but. 3/c cruise in 
Bahrain made him allergic to ships 
GOOD LUCK AND BE GOOD TO 
JOAN 



LYNN S. OKAMOTO 

Torrance. California 
Your typical California volley-girl. 
Lynn "the short one" Okamoto 
studied more than the rest of 29th 
Co, combined- although that isn't 
saying much Lynn could be count- 
ed on to have whatever anyone 
might need from a hotpot, to scis- 
sors, to change, etc (and all in one 
desk drawer) In order to solve the 
mystery of what makes Lynn tick. 
she bravely offered her brain to Be- 1 
thesda for research purposes 
but now they wont release this info : 
to the public Are we to assume i 
that nothing is there'' Tune in next I 
week when Lynn will say, "Huh?: 
Whof" Good luck in Georgia andi 
in the Supply Corps Thanks for ev-. 
erythingi CL, LR, SK 




MICHAEL J. PARKER 

Milfora. Connecticut 
Mike came to USNA because he 
loved the homey atmosphere 
Spike survived on Storm Brothers' 
ice cream, opples. and running 
Quite an unusual combination Mike 
is one of the few people who actu- 
ally enjoys running Mike was a 
founding member of the Brother- 
hood after on outstanding plebe 
year He also liked the PCR so much 
he took it seven times Mike was so 
busy during the day, it took him 
three years to realize you could 
sleep during a youngster Spike's 
eyes went bod so he missed his pilot 
billet but got the next best thing, on 
LHA with plenty of room to run 
Good luck and remember the PT- 
73. 



LORETTA E. REYNOLDS 

Baltimore. Maryland 
Between trips home to Baltimore. 
Lori- armed with a basketball in one 
hand and an unsheathed mame- 
luke in the other- became known 
as one of the 'Stalin Sisters." put- 
ting the fear of God into the Plebes 
of '87 Lori mode it thru her own 
plebe year relatively unscathed, 
except for the minor loss of a knee- 
cap She wasn't drunk (she claims) 
she just managed, with consum- 
mate grace, to trip up the steps 
We do not believe it. do you'' 
Copt of the basketball team and 
our honor rep for 4 years. Lori has 
proven herself both an outstanding 
friend and midshipman One of 
the two. the proud God bless 
and "Semper Fi babyi" SK. LO. CL 



DAVID L. RHODES 

Westtiampton New York 
Dave arrived at USNA destined to 
have 4 stripes and a 3 2. but he 
roomed with KRM and RLB and both 
goals were lost Dave sweated the 
Plebe System until "Beer Ball" and 
10 DR's he finally started to mellow 
out and enjoy himself Plebe year 
his room had a stereo. West Beirut, 
and skid row. which was o warning 
of things to come As a 3/c he 
went on numerous World Tours from 
the confines of his room 2/c year 
was only a blurring continuation of 
the previous year which saw Dave 
befriend yet another plebe class 
Finally 1/c year Plebe detail wasn't 
even over when Dove hit the coast 
button, and set his eyes on the 
USMC and marriage 



NANETTE A. RUSSELL 

Lincoln. Nebraska 
How can I describe this dynamo 
such few words^ Nan the cho 
terbox. the thoughtful one. th 
math major, the triple crown w« 
ner, the girl scout never-turnec 
bad, the shell answer girl, the philo 
opher. an impressive woman to i 
she meets, the fire boll N< 

afraid to -look a five star in the ev 
-tell you what she thinks of you 
wake you of 0300 just to chat -li\ 
a little -show you that she cores 
stand up for someone or somethir 
-express her feelings -give you h 
opinion -be a little different -be tf 
best friend ever' 



488 • CLASS OF 1986 



OAVID J. WARD 

Derwooa. Maryland 
'/Jell Baker Boy It took Dave less 
man an hour to drive to USNA to 
find out he had to spend the sum- 
mer with the Egg as a roommo'e 
But he had a bigger problem to ac 
lust to - leaving "Q" back home fc 
the summer and plebe yedr Neve- 
one to turn down o party or a cha 
enge. Dove would often combine 
•he two into friendly contests and 
once took on Duke U and won The 
-iighlighf of Daves career at USNA 
Mos senior year as Brigade Soccer 
Champions Being o fan of Late Nite 
ji/ith David Lettermon hurt Dave's 
grades but he still managed to go 
Nuc and will make quite an impres- 
SKDh on the Elite Force Good luc» 
Dave 




tICHARD W. WEATHERS 

•'usfang. OKiahoma 
•'ich came to us from the thriving 
fietropoiis of Mustang. Oklahoma 
vith a saddle in one hand a- J d 
took of "debate" notes m *^,e : -- 
ir He soon shed those trapc - g; 
■md found himself with a MiIwqu- 
ee's Best m one hand and an emp- 
y sorKlwich wrapper in the othe' 
our basic tools of Vagrancy A* 
^ctonately dubbed "The Funk 
X) one seems to remember why- 
tot information probably disap- 
eared with Pete or Andor). Rich is 
te official Company Ninp Warrior 
ou'l soon find Rich m Pensacoic 
'ith the rest of "the boys", with a 
sat reserved in the back of 
George's F-ld I wonder if he'll eve' 
Xl C B Jr'> Ch Well, maybe Sondy- 
3by w4 know!! 



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JOHN M. WILBOURN 

Wailuku. Hawaii 

The Frying Hawaiian. Maui Wowi. 
The Portyboy. or just plain Johnny, 
he has been known as many things 
since he got here from a remote 
island in the Pacific But the one 
thing he has been known for is be- 
ing silly Since Herndon night, to 
sieighriding. to colling upperclass 
things other than sir, to winning his 
"Black N". to practicing his mile 
with the gateguard keeping time. 
Johnny hds defmoteiy been d silly 
boy. a scientist and of course a 
proud vagrant Good luck in those 
blue skies Johnny We'll be looking 
for you 




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THIRTIETH COMPANY 



CHRISTOPHER J. AINSWORTH 

Belle vue. Washington 
DATELINE Seattle. Wa Jul 82 After 
descending from lofty tieigtits, Chris 
Ameswood come to bless us of 
Dirty Ttiirty with his presence He ar- 
rived with ambitions of Naval Avia- 
tion and the Management Major. 
but management was cancelled 
and his hometown NFO couldn't 
wait to launch. The weight room 
couldn't wait either, but that is 
okay. He didn't need it anyway On 
the academic side. C J chose the 
major closest to management. 
Mech El Things went great anyway 
Along with dodging the Rocket. 
Ains graduated in the top 100 His 
ambitions paid off Maybe in the 
sunshine of P-Cola he will find Miss 
Perfect Is Farrah available yef We 
wish him luck! 



TODD R. ALLMAN 

Everett. Pennsylvania 
TODD aka TA came to 30 via 
God's country Todd gave up c 
wrestling career to pursue Easyo- 
graphy How 'bout those profs' 
"SHUT UPi" Known as a man of few 
words, his intensity level often 
flared. Or so I found out around test 
time or maybe it was the BRACE 
UP notes I always found 1/c 

year'' School was a minor part of 
TA's stay at USNA as his 240 topes 
or countless trips to D-WARE show, 
also Trie Music Man. never knew 
you could sing AND dance I'd love 
to mention John Taylor's party and 
the stolen white shoes- but no 
room Give my love to Ebby, Family. 
& Dl We'll miss ya , ROG 




BRIAN B. BROWN 

Patuxent River. Maryland 

was our #1 plebe and #1 firstie 
as Co Cdr 2nd semester As a plebe 
he knew all the Lows of the Navy, 
had a shaved head, wore his dog- 
togs, had the best sponsors ever, 
was the best pinger in the Brigade, 
and handed out X-mas presents 
and Les Bologna, 3/c yr brought 
sleeveless T-shirts, guitars & more 
abuse to roommates 2/c yr meant 
rooming during cruise with little Ver- 
non B. a 4.0 and the 6204 players. 
As a 1/c. BB jammed on his guitars, 
drum machine & keyboard much to 
our delight. He enjoys slam dunking 
(Nerfhoop). dancing on tables. 
Greystoke (UH). tutoring EE & Easies 
on alphabet tests & Breakfast Yo- 
gurt I'll miss you Kickstand Good 
luck, JC 



BRIAN S. CHASE 

Newtown. Pennsylvania 
Brian come to us from Newtow 
Pa,, with his Mom's permission, v 
Perkiomen Prep He aspired to be 
Mech E. o varsity wrestler, and 
bachelor So much for aspiratior 
Instead, he became an EGE (but \ 
did not have to), he gave up wre 
tling for bodybuilding (sort of), or 
is one of the few who successfu 
ventured to Dahlgren and four 
the "sure thing" Upon groductic 
and a couple of weeks at the stic 
with his psychic. SWO lost a got 
man to Navy Air I guess Brian \ 
spend the rest of his 5-year core 
defending America from the 
against Communism. Thonx Mom 
Dad. Peg + Frank. D, R. C, L. 



JOHN A. COLLINS 

Dartmouth. Massachusetts 
JC came to fly Shortly after tie left 
Barb and Bill. John found the Con- 
cept of Duty and modeled life by it 
An aspiring EOE. he heard the coll 
and sooner or later he went Gener- 
al JC. like a native Celtic, took 
charge of the 30th Co Bball team 
and led them to a 2-6 record A 
natural talent, he was o first round 
draft choice for the PSU Power I 
team Gtown will never forget his 
boxing out with Al I couldn't hove 
asked for a better roommate 
Here's to the memories we shore 
John, you did it and I know that the 
Navy will never find a finer pilot 
Good luck. I'll miss you KICKSTAND 
AKA BE 



DOUGLAS T. EDWARDS 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

It wasn't always easy or didn't 
seem fair, but Doug always gave 
100% The endless hours at his desk 
(was that studying'' or sleep- 

ing'') finally paid off when he tossed 
that cap in the air and donned his 
2nd Lf bars We all knew Dougie 
"D" would be a Marine because he 
was just plain badi He was often 
found on the dance floor of area 
nightclubs or sporting his new Z for 
the ladies (once he got the hang of 
the stick) Doug couldn't have 
made it without the love and sup- 
port of his parents His hardworking 
attitude was an inspiration to 
many Good Lucki DJE 



DONALD J. ENGLISH 

5 Williamsport. Pennsylvania 
DJ was the invisible man plebe 
year As Donald became Joe, a 
real character developed Joe also 
developed a nice trend in grades 
Lombardi-like as a football and 
Softball coach He could dance like 
an official and block the kick??'' DJ 
had an investment in a ZX, left a 
deposit in a stang See you on Wall 
St , lunch hour at the Nautilus, w 
ma' Who's the B dujour'' Is the ten- 
nis score in your favor or is it paid 
for? Remember all the road trips- 
PSU. et al DJ brought the power I 
east from Dayton sank in fluids 
Good Lucki$S I wish you the life of 
Sam Malone ACH 



SCOTT R. EVERTSON 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 
Escondido, California's contribution 
to Navy spent most of his free time 
out-of-company pushing Navy mu- 
sic programs Understanding that 
the general public wasn't ready for 
his singing voice, Esco made a ca- 
reer in the D & B Flag Line He also 
proved himself a climber in the Glee 
Club's musicals, starting as a lowly 
ticket rep youngster year and 
achieving the coveted billet of Pro- 
ducer Lower Half as a firstie Scott 
epitomized the concerned room- 
mate, always looking out for the 
health and well-being of his room- 
mates, while providing a strong pa- 
ternal influence in the room The 
Navy has gamed a tough surface 
warrior 











OGER A. GARAY 

Vest Co Vina. California 
ihey said I'd hate it They said it 
'Quid be tough Well, they were 
ght I'm glad it's over I'm glad I 
lade it I owe a lot of people a lot 
f thanks To mention a few Mo 
, Chris & TA for living with me, Brian 
,)r being my big bro, JT for his sup- 
ort, Wally for his POSITIVE ATTI- 
JDE. PMS for sharing his diploma 
'ith me, BBB for his verification of 
lY emotional depth, JC for his 
.OD. Fran for the hook, the Cheese 
)r on example of what never to 
e. and my family for EVERYTHING 
ood Luck and thanks to all PS- 
3e ya in the USMC BIG MIKE' PPS 1 
:>VE YOU MOMiiiiii 



BRUCE A. HASTIE 

Phoenix. Arizona 

Aero IS a demanding major, and 
the Glee Club a time-consuming 
ECA To participate in both seems 
sheer folly, but the Aggressor has 
taken these, as well as Protestant 
Chapel Choir, Scuba Club and 
AIAA, on in fine style these past four 
years Although generally quiet. 
Bruiser gamed his reputation young- 
ster year when it was noticed that 
he had more civilian former-room- 
mates than anyone else in the 
company The strength of Bruce's 
moral backbone gives him a super- 
lative concept of integrity, but his 
practical outlook let everyone else 
breathe a little easier when he be- 
come academic officer Good 
Luck in the CEC, Bruiser' 



KURT P. JOHANSON 

Sever na Park. Marylana 
Kurt left his SP coterie and started 
Plebe Summer with his first and only 
real haircut (Even R Admirals have 
commented on his hair). After 
laughing his way thru the summer, 
he began a noted 4 year Navy 
soccer career (An athlete par ex- 
cellence, he could have lettered in 
two other sports had he not been 
such a geek) When soccer ended, 
keeping in shape meant buying an 
exercise mot (But not with a Visa). 
He reached his professional goal in 
his last semester -MIR. though his 
love for the Navy means career 
Remember good times- B-ball, Day- 
ton, G-town and NY with your Bros. 
Good luck in everything. Lift some 
weights or schwhatever. ACH 



MORGAN B. JONES 

Keiser. Arkansas 

Morgan hails from a small town in 
Arkansas that specializes in pigs, 
babies and weddings. Upon arrival 
at USNA Mojo had three things a 
girl, desire to join the hairy chested 
men, and an accent. Well, he still 
has an accent Morgan has also 
aquired a small arsenal over the 
post four years used to enforce his 
dating habits. To work out his 
agressions, MBJ participated in 
sports. First there was crew, foot- 
ball, then weightlifting (or was it 
body building''). This combined with 
the intense academic require- 
ments of Phi Sci gave him the 
smarts to pull up his britches and 
choose Navy Air over USMC. Thanks 
to all. 



30TH COMPANY • 491 



LOUIS J. JONSKE JR. 

Joppa. Maryland 

Mike & Dickey, you guys started all 
this. Thanks. I guess. A Joppa lax 
player would be lost in Crabtown, 
they said, but I found my way the 
21st. Navy Lax '86, this is our year 
Our fans ore the greatest & we 
never lost a tailgater Thanks Bob' 
To my family & inlaws- I could not 
have done it w/o you Thanks I 
love you all. To my buds from here- 
Congrats! To those who left- I miss 
ya Kuze. To the home buds- Thanks 
for sticking with me J/J/J But I ded- 
icate this to my babe You put up 
with more than I How Wonderful 
Life Is When Voure In The World & 
Wonderful Tonight Love you tooi 
Our future, that's why I did it Kath 
#30 



THIRTIETH COMPANY 




CAMERON M. KENYON 

Claremonl. Calitornia 
Cameron come to USNA from Fc" 
Lane HS Cameron gove his all tc 
the Navy by mojoring in Political Sci- 
ence He joined the gymnastics 
team plebe year, but then decided 
it would be easier to teach gym- 
nastics than to perform it Even 
though Com was a true iiberol at 
heart from the country of Costa 
l?ice he decided to attend USMA 
tor a semester. He then realized 
that the military was not for him. 
and he decided to attend a real 
college, "American University " 
Cam was very respected and well 
lil<ed by everyone in the 30th Com- 
pany, and I would like to wish him 
the best of luck. WAR 



492 • CLASS OF 1986 




SUSAN T. KOROL 

Lancaster. Pennsylvania 
If it's more blessed to give than re- 
ceive, then Sue is a very blessed 
person. She was always willing to 
listen to and give support to any- 
one at any time She had a bubble- 
gum machine in her room which the; 
entire brigade used' Also, the Log. 
the Oceanography club, the As- 
tronomy club, tne Catholic choir, 
and church school program, and 
the conditioning squad benefitted' 
from her selflessness The Academy 
has taught Sue to assert herself ' 
She's ready for command Go get: 
'em in Hawaii, but don't forget your: 
days of sunbathing on green beach: 
and making sand sculptures ot 
USNA on Virginia Beachi -- KID 




CHERYL L. LAWS 

Scnenectaay. New York 
Cheryl reported to USNA dete' 
mined to be a pilot After sweatinc 
her eye test for four years stii 
breezed through the dreadei 
NAMI Physical Plebe summer wouk 
never have been so much fun or si 
"easy" if she'd not been right b 
my side I kept her hair at ottentior 
anyway I reminded her that leov' 
IS for fun, not ploying Navy Did 1 so 
getting engaged'' Was it a T-2 or 
T-2 pilot that stole my roomie'' A 
ways remember Smitty and Oav. 
as "Frick and Frack "-A mere frien 
will agree with you, but a real frien 
will argue and there is no bette 
friend than Cheryl She will alwa^ 
be close to my heart. Smitty 



STEPHEN E. NIMS 

Camilius. New York 
never thought I'd be writing my 
Diography, but I'm finally going to 
graduate I've had a great time 
playing lax and I hope this will be a 
tDtg year The fans who follow the 
team are great and "we've never 
:ost a taiigater " I've made many 
great friendships and I hope they 
ast forever I can't say enough 
atxjut how much Bob Reynolds has 
"elped me and I hope to repay him 
". the future My parents helped me 
get through here with their overall 
support and understanding I never 
thought I'd get married right after 
a^aduotion. but I didn't plan on 
-eeting anyone as wonderful as 
.iissy 



WILLIAM ANDREW RAUSCHER 

Murrysviile. Pennsylvania 
Bill came to Annapolis from Pitts- 
burgh, which he good-naturedly 
defended as the number one city in 
America. Bill was fun-lovmg, consid- 
erate, disciplined, and added im- 
mensely to 30th Co His friendliness 
won him many friends here. Among 
his talents was swimming After 
three years of hard work in the pool 
and a USNA record to his name. Bill 
wisely gave up swimming to spend 
weekends with his bride-to-be. Bill 
was on oceanographer, jokingly re- 
ferred to as the "fishing for credit" 
major Bill's tremendous personality 
and intelligence make his future in 
Naval Aviation and beyond look 
very bright CMK 



PAULA J. REITAN 

Decor ah, low a 

Paulo came to USNA from the Mid- 
west with little or no knowledge 
about the "real world" She quickly 
found out that life was more com- 
plicated than Iowa had depicted it 
to be. Academically, she took no 
time to adjust She excelled in the 
field of Computer Science and 
earned a VGEP scholarship She 
found that USNA took her through 
many changes, if it wasn't a hasty 
decision for a new hair style, it was 
a decision not to be as hardcore 
As USNA grew on Paulo, she also 
grew, not only into a naval officer, 
but a friendly and sensible human 
being Good Luck Always IMT 



NATHANIEL W. SCHLEY 

Frederick. Maryland 
Thirtieth Company who ore we'' 
We are the dirty Thirty Clod in a 
variety of torso garments. Nate the 
Mate could be found studying in 
Steerage First Class year Nate sac- 
rificed grades and class rank to be- 
come iog editor and with his trusty 
pipe he turned out USNA's best 
iogs since Plebe year Nate is a phi- 
losopher at heart and will listen to 
anyone's problems He may not 
hove an answer, but that is not al- 
ways obvious by his responses He is 
blessed with a voluminous vocabu- 
lary of grondious proportions and 
utilized it to make brief, clear and 
concise formation announcements. 
Good luck to you & Suzy. Schley- 
Aye 




AN J. SCHWEICKHARDT 

?0toro. New jersey 
leobte Al. Treasurer VOA. the 
tje every mother wanted their 
(■ughters to date I won't soy it 
'.ived from Medford's Shawnee HS 
<■ first player to dunk at that 
siool. but Navy Hoops career 
«ded after Piebe year Sent to in- 
t muols and led team to a GRIM 
r ord in Sr year Gramps, do you 
r -lember . nights in G-town, the 
f ver "I", PSU Road Trip Team, The 
C I B Dance, Boxing Out at the Big 
Viiiy, Sixers-Celts Classics, the 
&3st STTKashing the ACC, your con- 
c 3t of Duty (running in snow), giv- 
•■ 100% then drawing the line (he 
fvt no choice). DJ and Ralph in the 
s ■>g. Spring Break '86 w/JT. DJ. & 
h bfos. Gramps, we had fun. 
G xd kjck in ol KPJ 



PEGGY SECRIST 

West Union. West Virginia 
From Triangle VA (where''). Peg 
was already familiar with the crab 
town Experience from the WV hills 
aided her shooting success in pistol 
and rifle. With Mom's goodies and 
WE visits. Plebe year was bearable 
After a Yippee cruise and jumping 
out of perfectly good airplanes, 
3/c year started on a brighter note 
when she met someone in rocks 
class Happiness was sure to last a 
lifetime. Rowing ended to make 
time for the farm, Treriton (0 Dio) 
and NJ shore An exotic oceano 
cruise led to ■l/c year as a striper on 
4- 1 with 5 steps to go After Grad its 
South to the pole and a reunion in 
Calif Buddy, we made it & always 
will. ILYP 



SYBIL D. SMITH 

Fayetteviiie. Tennessee 
"Fedville.s" swimmer, hoop-player 
turned fencer 4th-wing's only li- 
censed cutter We did everything 
together — spring break burns. 
YP656. Eurail-Europe-even EMBC Is 
not getting caught the same os 
staying out of trouble'' Side-shaft- 
out of sight -out of mind-off the 
highway Was it a two-man or 
three-man room. Muffy'' Mom's in- 
novative chow, guardian angel let- 
ters, home appliance center and 
plenty of laughing it off. We stuck it 
out together for four frustrating, fun 
years Couldn't have made it with- 
out you. I want my friend to miss me 
as long as I miss tier. XO-CLAWS 



TODD A. STEFFY 

Epnrata. Pennsylvania 
Todd came to us from Ephroto, Pa., 
via Shippensburg State A year of f- 
boil was enough to send him on 
SAILTRAMID where he proved no 
sailboat was Mid Proof if 20 ft seas 
crash over the stern Chemistry 
couldn't keep Todd down No mat- 
ter how much work he had you 
coukl olways get Todd to crawl to 
Dahlgren for a Sat night of lip walk- 
ing Coaching became his next ac- 
complishment when his 5th Bn f-bail 
defense allowed only 2 TD in 2 yrs 
The Col realized he had his man to 
fill the top IM billet on the Stoneage 
Staff in Todd as Bn Ops Rememtser 
NMMMBSMEM 



30TH COMPANY . 493 



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FRANCIS T. SULLIVAN 

Stamford. Connecticut 
Well, it's all over now and I can hon- 
estly say I'm glad about that. Like a 
friend of mine once said, I didn't 
always enjoy it, but no one can 
take what I've done away from 
me. All the stories about this party 
or that road trip will soon be forgot- 
ten, but what needs to be said here 
is the most important I wont to 
thank all the people here and at 
home who were always there 
when I needed them. However. I 
could not hove done anything 
without the love, support, and en- 
couragement from my sisters, Mau- 
reen and Mdrgoret, and, of course, 
my mother and fdther. I owe it all to 
them Thanks 



JOHN R. TAYLOR 

Millersville, Maryland 
J T IS one of few who can tell his 
children that he walked to school 
Rumor has it John was a narcolep- 
tic I don't know why anyone would 
start such a vicious rumor, since he 
was never awoke to hear it The 
only time he was sure to be awoke 
was at sunrise when he awakened 
himself with his rooster imitations 
Tuk-tuk-tuk-iti The only time his 
rooster foiled him was the morning 
after Ping Dance when he almost 
missed 1/c cruise He didn't re- 
member this either, but it wasn't 
because he was asleep John defi- 
nitely graduated well rested Hope- 
fully P-cold has reclining E-seat for 
those no NO-DOZ days 



THIRTY-FIRST 
COMPANY 




ERIC C. WAHLSTEDT 

LOKe Quivira. Kansas 
Wolly's service selection may not 
have been obvious from the books, 
posters, shirts, and flight suit but he 
was Navy Air from the start An avi- 
ation expert who seldom argued 
about airplanes, Wally was able to 
earn an Aero Degree through hard 
work, near all nighters, and 72 hours 
of studying a week His love for up 
with people and positive dttitude 
were always present Wally knew 
regordless of his situation that he 
could always count on JC tor ad- 
vice anc Rog for emotional depth 
Despite nis syrup-like hot cocoa & 
eraseoble pen. Wally was the very 
best of friends and will become the 
Navy's best test pilot. PMS 



PATRICK M. WALSH 

Lake wood. Colorado 
Pat (PMS) arrived here from Denver 
with o unique combination of tal- 
ents. He's a superb skier & a golf N 
winner, but well better remember 
his navigating steam tunnels, con- 
ning Ernie, scrounging flicks, escap- 
ing ac-boords, sleeping forever, 
devouring food, snoring like a grizzly 
and enduring Wally We abused 
him ruthlessly for everything from his 
multitudes of women to our love for 
NAVAIR, but in the end 86 will re- 
member him as a friend to all. an 
enemy of none & a great pilot Per- 
sonally I'll remember him as the best 
friend I've ever hdd WALLY 



494 - CLASS OF 1986 



l^nCTSKT 



JOHN D. BAMONTE 

Long Island. New York 
John came to the Naval Academy 
avith three things in mind gradua- 
rion. Gen, and Navy Air Graduation 
f/as no problem (although Wild Bill 
ronvmced him that he would rather 
>e digging up mud and clams from 
he Chesapeake than doing engi- 
leering). Gen and he survived four 
/ears apart with no visible strains, 
>ut two months with the Italian 
govy in the Med on First Class 
bruise muddled John's mind and his 
Javy Air ambitions flew out the win- 
low OS the boy went nuke John, 
ou smoked the Academy and I'm 
ure you'll smoke the real world too 
'ou're a great friend whom we'll 
liwcys look forward to seeing out 
here 



DAMON W. BATESON 

Keyset. West Virginia 
Downtown Damon DeJesus Bate- 
son joined us at Canoe U from 
Keyser, WV. the land of polyester 
double-knits and toughskins Pumer 
never drank before he got to the 
Academy but made a conscious 
effort to catch up with the boys 
during tailgate season Youngster 
year, Damon met Joy, his beloved 
wife to be Joy stole Damon's heart 
so fast that even his roommates 
got jealous First class year he took 
so many road trips to Nikep that his 
Accord could make the trip while 
Bates caught some Z, which he did 
He was a constant screen for "the 
boys". He has only one last beef. 
Who has my 1 14 dollars'' God Bless 
Bates, we will miss you PVT & TFM 



JOHN C. BELL 

Chula Vista. California 
It would take a place such as 
southern Californio to claim some- 
one like John. John was always 
proud of his Californio heritage — 
despite his ten-gallon hat and his 
preference for southern rock As 
early as plebe year, John proved 
he could be a wildman underneath 
a geekish exterior — food throwing 
as well OS partying We'll never for- 
get St, Pat's day. the green beer, 
and the shower Academics 
weren't much of an obstacle — 
John survived both the Rocket and 
Wild Bill en route to an Ocean Engi- 
neering degree There was only 
one choice for a career — Nuclear 
Submarines — and Admiral McKee 
will be proud of his choice CEN 



MARY E. BLAIR 

Stephenson. Michigan 
Mary was not only an Inspirational 
midshipman and outstanding ath- 
lete (like Dad!) but also a precious 
friend This heartbreaker, who is as 
beautiful on the inside as she is on 
the outside, means more to me 
than words can express. May our 
Kahlua never empty, our dancing 
never stop, and our laughter never 
die Hold fast to your dreams I wish 
you all the happiness that you de- 
serve You will remain in my heart 
forever -KDU (Mary's favorites: run- 
ning, oerobicizing. being with 
fnends. and spending unforgetta- 
ble time with her sweetheart Ver- 
non Richard Butler. 





EVEN MICHAEL BRADY 

--.,.-. \eM jerse^ 
ice Upon A Time . . . the pride 
d py of Oaklyn came to Navy 
K) in JAMS and high top turfs. 
3ve was determined to set the 
( lodemy on fire with his "do it all" 
fitude, and that's exactly what 
did These Were The Best Of 
">es Bunch thrilled us all for 4 
ars while on the football field 
5se Bowl T D pick. Army '85 stick) 
Those feats were nvaled only 
his other weekend antics' At the 
t football practice Bunch found 
other end of the "embilical 
d" *44 and #45 became m- 
: xirabie. "the Boys" and the oth- 
^ 5 of "Les Boys" will surely miss 
3've end his vivacious personality. 
^) will always be close no matter 
>Jat the distance is between us 
1? best IS yet to come. — E and 
^•d 



VERNON R. BUTLER 

Beltsville. Maryland 
Vern-non Butler came bee-bop- 
ping to US from High Point High 
School in Beltsville. Md A native 
Maryland boy at heart-the only 
contradiction being Vernon's pas- 
sion for a round ball instead of a lax 
stick. He leaves Navy with the all- 
time sconng and rebounding titles 
to his credit. Non was also noted for 
setting records in the tailor and 
cobbler shops Being 6'7" and 
wearing a size '15 shoe, he spent 
most of plebe summer in different 
uniform combinations A throwback 
to the 50's end Elvis Presley, Vern's 
pastimes include-tons of food, fine 
taste for music, and the best of 
times spent with Mary Elizabeth 
Blair 



ROBERT L. CERES JR. 

Naples. Italy 

The Mighty Martian One. Watch 
out or he just might beam you up. 
by mistake! And if that doesn't get 
you. watch out for the stereo with 
the ship to shore cables as speaker 
wire Howard Jones at 150dB is 
enough to deafen anybody. But 
what crystal highs, stunning lows . . . 
"Hey Pete, is it safe to go out yet?" 
Those women always seemed just 
a bit overactive. Watch out. some- 
times they bite! Just remember 
three things. Rob. "There is only one 
thing that matters," you'll find 
you're Princess somewhere, and 
good things happen to those who 
wait 



J. COOPER CROUSE 

Brimingham, Alabama 
You can call me Cooper or you can 
call me Coop or you can call me J 
Coop but you don't have to call 
me Jay Once everybody mas- 
tered Cooper's name (except 
Leann) it was obvious that he was 
the all-American boy who claimed 
he was from the South but did a 
helluva Northerner impersonation. 
Never at a loss for words or fine 
clothes Cooper aspired to the call 
of leadership and he was always 
willing to drag his friends along It 
seemed U of M needed his pres- 
ence more than we did one stormy 
Army week night Remember- 
Batch-Xmas trees-Eat Da Food- 
Eboat-Va Tech-Cancun hitchhik- 
ers-baby put-signs-Long Beach the 
"boys" Keep m touch, buddy. 
your ex-roommate Madmnn 



3 1ST COMPANY • 495 



JOHN M. DOREY 

Auburn. Massachusetts 
My roommate, the YP Commo- 
dore Too bad I'm not writing tor thie 
Log, I've lived withi hiim for five se- 
mesters now and I still haven't fig- 
ured out two things how he sleeps 
so much and which Mary is he dat- 
ing now? It's been easy living witt 
him First Class year, as he's always 
asleep or out taking three striper 
liberties. Luckily. I didn't kill him with 
the stereo (to the others, my apol- 
ogies ) For JD, the very traditional 
end well used seems the most ap- 
propriate Fair winds and following 
seas to you (you'll need them on 
that little frigatei) PLC 




PATRICIA L. MCCARTHY 

Liverpool. New York 
Patty came from a typical, middle- 
class, suburban family from central 
New York The Lord, in His grace, 
saw fit to let her become a plebe in 
the class of 1986 Patty discovered 
the meaning of stress plebe year 
and the answer to stress youngster 
year when she met Jesus At USNA. 
she saw the Lord working for good 
as she worked through Aero. PE. 
and sleepwalking. She is looking for- 
ward to being on EDO on land (The 
Norton Sound would be relieved) 
She was greatly encourged by her 
Christian family, esp the OCF and 
her loving roommates all four years 
In 31, she has grown from every- 
one, esp. seeing the friendship 
among the "boys" God bless. 



JEFFREY MICHAEL OURAND 

Portland. Maine 

This Caribouian came to Navy des- 
tined for fame Branded insolent 
early in his career (Nice Halt. sir). 
Jeff gamed the alios "Madman " 
Among the boys though, he was 
always LW Whether in Blacksburg. 
Long Beach or E Lansing. Jeff broke 
hearts and downed brews Jeff 
sometimes came out of his bed in 
the spring to play Baft Lax Keff Hur- 
gan. loved living with you for 3 5 I'll 
see you when you surface Next 
sign pleasei Good luck and Long 
Live "The Boys" JCC 



MICHAEL S. GIAUQUE 

Brush. Colorado 

G. Little G & anything else that be- 
gins with a G He came from Hawaii, 
then he was the Pagin Brown Dirt 
Cowboy when his family moved to 
Colorado How could one guy have 
so much'' The company held him in 
awe when he parted the Red Sea 
So did the boysi That little smokie is 
always up for a party, or some 
chuck for that matter He sailed for 
a while, but with no WE's he 
checked that From here its off to 
Pensacola to follow in Poppy's foot- 
steps I couldn't ask for a better 
roomie, or a better friend STEIN 




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THOMAS F. McGOVERN 

Philddelphia. Pennsylvania 
McGov mode a life of being dis- 
crete, the mystery man Everyone 
asked his roommates what he was 
like because they were afraid to 
talk to him Between his obsession 
with Navy crew and being shot 
down 18 times in Conn, "Don't 
want to dance do you'' I did not 
think so" Tom wasn't easy to figure 
out. just ask Bates about that life- 
threatening headlock To top all 
that off he left a trail of broken 
hearts and pleading women He 
wore nice clothes too. just ask Sev- 
ers, Tom decided that the sky's the 
limit. Fly Navy Fly straight, we'll miss 
you It's been a fun four with "the 
boys". PVT & DWB 



JOHN F. MEIER 

Export. Pennsylvania 
Stein. I don't remember him ever 
saying a word during plebe summer 
other than. "I'll find out Sirl" but he 
always had the most mail We end- 
ed up rooming together tor four 
years and became the best of 
friends The first year he showed us 
how to party at the football ban- 
quet, and then he lost it with Na- 
palm Youngster year, after the Fi- 
Fi's. he started his juggling act, 
which he continued for the rest of 
his stay here He also spent time in 
the slam when I parted the Red 
Sea When his grades dropped he 
realized his true calling was Navy Air 
not Nuke Never one to go slow. 
John will be hit'n it hard in P-cola, 
See you there, G, 



MICHAEL F. KENNY 

Ogden. Utah 

Chocolate Pie Sponky & Smacker. 
Choirman-HMWHG & S Club, MOT; 
(Grand Master of Tact) Double. 
Black "N" Winner Special Envoy 
with 11th Company Do you like! 
me, Mr Luikorf Goat Court /Pyro-! 
technics Engineer The Cheesemor 
and the 4 P's St Thomas Scars 
Zeppelin Women LB 8t BFM's 2nc 
half at the Rose BowP The thing; 
you can learn from your little broth- 
eri Service Selection Coin Toss 




JUSTIN I. MILLER 

Laguna Beach. California 
Justin came to 31 after a tour in " 
regiment, switching after realizir 
where the Good Navy Deals reo 
were A true politicon and Reput 
can, he always had a way of ge 
ting what he wanted, somehow ( 
ways within the regs Justin was ( 
economics major who really kne 
the value of the dollar, and if > 
does not finish his book about tt 
economy by graduation, I am su 
he will do It on WESTPAC on his ne 
AEGIS cruiser Good Luck in ti 
years ahead, Justin, and welcor 
to the real winners circle (PHV) 



496 • CLASS OF 1986 



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ARK D. MILLER 

olorado Springs. Colorado 
z. Turtle, etcetra Tick arrived at 
3VV via MMA with varsity football 
i his goal After coasting through 
ebe year, the Tic was tripped up 
J engineering and finally saw the 
,ht: Phy Sci. Graduation then be- 
ijme his a 1 goal, but football was 
Iclose second From there, it's his- 
|ry Number 59 started at guard 
i senior year, and also managed 
I keep his head above water in 
|e classroom Now the Tickster will 
\ a flying member of the GUN 
luB. Always the last to finish eat- 
b. Tick never went hungry (or 
lirsty-July 4-Tequila) Good Luck, 
'■•ster. we're all proud of you. 



CARL E. NORTH 

Lima. Ohio 

Carl, after spending a year at 
NAPS, left his native Lima. Ohio to 
join the canoe club Plebe year 
found him assigned to everyone's 
favorite second class, but Carl 
found his revenge on K-day During 
Spring break Carl proved his drink- 
ing ability against some of the best 
in the country in the sun of Ft Lau- 
derdale, Lauderdale also proved to 
be the origin of his unique nick- 
name. "Wad man " EE owned Wad 
man's weekend time as a young- 
ster and a second class Then 
came first class year, a new RX-7. 
and yes — weekends Miraculously 
his eyes survived as he opted for 
pilot. We wish Wadmon best of luck 
and safe landings 







CERYL L. PRICE 

S Clar Shores. Michigan 
Tl most important thing in Cheryl's 
"i is her relationship with Jesus 
Qist She found a new family and 
o escape from the Hall in the 
rr nbers and activities of the Offi- 
c,;' Christian Fellowship Then, to 
l> surprise, she found her fiancee' 
in,X;F. too' Cheryl also spent a 
)d deal of time playing the flute 
in ie winter musicals, and second 
t>e on the Womens' Softball Club 
"hie Spring Following her June- 
w?k wedding, she'll settle down 
w Mitch in DC. where she'll test 
tt" usefulness of her computer sci- 
e<e "education " in her first job 



KENNETH A. REIMAN 

Culpeper. Virginia 
Having come to USNA as an Air 
Force brat. Ken had little trouble 
coping with the military way of life, 
Plebe year passed quickly and third 
class year found him a budding en- 
gineer As time passed, first class 
year saw Ken as squad leader and 
admin officer You never saw Ken 
around on weekends as he was ei- 
ther at UVA or home (more the for- 
mer than the latter). And that 4,0 
1/C year proved you can have fun 
ond still be an academic stud But 
Ken's biggest achievement was 
getting his commission in the Air 
Force Their motto is "Aim High", 
Now look to the stars and may the 
success you've had so far continue 
Good luck PHV 



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GERALDINE S. STACHELSKI 

Cheektowaga, New York 
Some take Plebe year seriously, not 
Gen. whose carefree & easygoing 
manner earned her the name of 
Stoneface Stachelski Youngster 
year brought a smile and fun times 
with home town friends (future Bri- 
gade tst Lt) But nothing could 
compare to those squad trips to 
Atlantic City and one special new 
friend From then on. gymnastics 
had stiff competition Not wanting 
to be outdone. Gen got 3 stripes of 
her own 1/c year Who could ever 
forget the "1st time I've ever done 
something against the regs" (Ar- 
my/Navy '85) After graduation 
Gen will be fulfilling two dreams- 
shortening her last name and be- 
coming an Intell Officer L & D S 



DON EARL STEDHAM 

Fairfax. Virginia 

Once Upon A Time from a proud 
family in Fairfax. Va came a young 
man with his sights set to the stars 
Don arrived with his "be the best" 
attitude and determined to take 
on the world, and over the years he 
has done just that These Were The 
Best Of Times "The Boys" quickly 
took Don under their wing as a 
partner in crime and he later 
emerged as one half of "Les Boys'i 
The friendships that we formed will 
continue to grow and the times we 
shared will never be forgotten by 
any of us We'll all keep in close 
contact when he's above sea lev- 
el, but I'll miss the special times I hod 
with one of the best guys I've ever 
met However, the heated battle 
continues as we both improve with 
age' Bunch 



PETER B. VAN TASSEL 

West Chester, Pennsylvania 
Once upon a time, there come t 
Navy a boy named Peter He camj, 
to be a doctor, but after Freshnno 
chemistry decided that physicJ 
science was more worthwhile^ 
More importantly, VT came t| 
Navy to learn how to be a man < 
to develop the necessary tools tl 
excel. He discovered that one musl 
survive before he can excel os til 
tactfully dodged the acadenm. 
board one semester at a time \ 
learned that family and the bo, 
make all the difference, for the sc 
or fnend of a lion is also a lion he 
got no regrets Pete's latest pursi. 
is for the only flame in town, bij 
that's a whole different story Thari'j 
you friends, especially Mom anil 
Dad I 



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PETER H. VLOEOMAN 

East Patchogue, New York 
From the shores of LI,. NY Pete 
came to USNA with two goals 
Nuke Subs and Graduationi He 
didn't know about the fun times 
and "good deals" that lay ahead 
as he pursued ECA's like D & B and 
weekends at Loyola And gung ho'' 
Pete was always gung ho, even if 
he didn't go marine helos and the 
closest he got was Marine E No- 
body on plebe detail will forget his 
hard work, especially those who 
got the dreaded "double sweats" 
Nor will they forget his Princess, 
"Goodnight, where ever you are' " 
A friend to all and one who always 
did his best and what was right, 
here's wishing you the best of luck 
through the years KAR & RLC 
(M,M,) 



BRETT D. WISE 

New Orleans. Lousiana 
Brett, born and raised in Louisio'i 
came to USNA with the drearr - 
being an aviator, but after th- 
and a half years of a Pepsi befc 
nine, minimal study hours, and fr-^z. 
mum wardroom time, he decoi 
to take the nuke bribe and c- 
come a bubble head Brett '■ 
been a mystery to many people i 
playing the quiet, innocent pars: 
But on certain ocassions his feme 
has been known to flare One t'; 
it resulted in a brutal and compie-' 
dust-mopping of his plebe \e 
roommates' Wub uniform while ; 
roommate was still in it We all w 
Brett good luck on his travJ 
aboard the steely-eyed killers ' 
the deep Take care buddy. 



498 • CLASS OF 1986 



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ALAN D. BOYD 

Chicago. Illinois 

Alan come here from a suburb of 
the Windy City, After having 
roomed with this future submariner 
for 4 years, I can honestly say that 
he probably contributed more to 
USNA than many others Not only 
was he a member of the Rugby 
team but he also excelled in aca- 
demics, being a Trident scholar dur- 
ing his Senior year Yes, ole Al was 
the brain in this room, but I benefit- 
ted from it. After all. how many Mids 
have a phone in their room? The 
future holds a lot more for Alan He 
definitely deserves the best To my 
roommate, good luck in the sub- 
marine fleet. See you there, JRY 



THOMAS P. CANN 

Crofton. Maryland 
Tom is a hot-tempered, straightfor- 
ward, and valuable friend who 
came to Canoe U, after a year at 
Mercersburg, Tom went into plebe 
year fired up and raring to go and 
literally came out cooked from all 
the fries He was named Captain of 
the ED squad (TPED), Tom cooled 
down as the stripes increased upon 
his shoulders. And now as a 1/c, the 
pinnacle of a naval career, he has 
the "laid back" outlook that will 
carry him to Pensacola Tom is an 
oceanography major who will al- 
ways tell you that gravy is for 
sweats It just doesn't matter be- 
cause he IS a 13901 




DARWIN L. CLARK 

San Diego, California 
What can you soy about a man 
named Thumper'' Darwin came to 
us from San Diego via West Point, a 
most unique route indeed! He dem- 
onstrated his bravery early on by 
riding forth like a man possessed to 
do battle with the dreaded Smurf 
and he won When he wasn't de- 
veloping his plebes he could be 
found instructing us as to how one 
could be so manly yet have the 
biggest toy collection in the com- 
pany He was also a member of the 
Panther Club and the Blackheads 
When you partied with Darwin you 
knew you were partying with The 
Best Good luck and keep taking 
names. 



KURT J. ENRIQUEZ 

Huntington Beacti. California 
Dubbed "squez" his plebe year. 
Kurt came to USNA from NAPS, 
Youngster year, when he met Deb- 
bie, we could hear the wedding 
bells ring and our first drinking part- 
ner fell by the way side However, 
the boys off to P-cola hove gamed 
home cooked meals at the Enn- 
quez house Nobody enjoys mexi- 
can meal more than Kurt, and he 
was never afraid to show us why. 
During first class cruise. Kurt went 
into the low profession from the 
dark side as a UIP participant Off to 
Pensacola with a new wife and a 
seasoned car. Kurt will succeed in 
all his endeavors 



32ND COMPANY • 499 



BRIAN M. FLACHSBART 

5/ Louis. \'iiSsouri 

Flash came from St. Louis planning 
on soiling, flying, and not studying. 
His most interesting sailing days 
were witti Louie aboard Onnabar- 
2/c year-you tiad to wait till dinner 
every nigtit to see if Fiasti was still 
on ttie team 2/c year also marked 
a major transition for Flesh. A self- 
avowed hacker up through his 5th 
semester, he turned into a true 
geek for his lost 3 semesters-every- 
one was amazed 1/c year Flash 
regularly kicked his roomate out at 
night so that he could have a Mech 
E pow-wow with Kip and the rest of 
his Mech E buddies Flash was a 
great roomie and I hope he be- 
comes a great pilot, and always 
continues to seek God THEVENIN 



JOHN R. GENSURE 

Huntington. Connecticut 
John came to USNA with a brief- 
case, calculator, and a hunger for 
knowledge At first the shock of 
plebedom confused the little 
Gench. and many wondered if he 
would survive all the restriction and 
tours, he did, in fact he excelled' 
With the tutoring of his roommates 
(Waft and the Wetback) he went 
from plebe sweat to dirtboll (my 
God we created a monster!) De- 
spite succumbing to many tempta- 
tions (such as little girls and week- 
ends of drunken debauchery) he 
persevered and got his own VGEP 
parking space Thanks for the gen- 
erous giving of yourself that only 
comes from the closest friends. Lit- 
tle guy Friend 



LANCE M. HOYT 

Mtn. Home, Idatio 
Ah Idaho! Land of potatoes, sheep 
and red rain - at least while Lance 
was there. Since shotguns ore a big 
port of his life, it's no wonder he 
joined the skeet team Too bad his 
dad doesn't own a gun shop It al- 
most got him out of drill Yes, that's 
right, an angle on everything Re- 
member people over desks. Max 
over guppies, net bogs over heads 
and ET orbiting over everything'' 
And then there's Beth Anni What a 
body - lean, powerful, all muscle If 
she's his second love, his first is fly- 
ing, even with short hair You'll look 
good in Marine blues, wear them 
well, fly better. Good luck and 
Godspeed. 



GARRET H. HUBBARD 

Anctiorage. Alaska 
To describe Hubs as mild mannered 
would be a fatal anachronism Af- 
terall. calm is not how one de- 
scribes one who runs down the hall 
sans shorts, abuses SW with a scal- 
pel, or fantasizes about ridding the 
world of vermin with a Spas- 12 This 
did not keep him from being lov- ■ 
able though The little girl shooter 
will testify to that She turned the 
hunter into a man who ate happy 
meals and watched Yogi and Boo- 
boo every weekend. Unfortunate-' 
ly, she never taught him to clean. In 
parting, may you "Party Arty" and' 
whatever you do, do it like a Ma-i 
rine, even if its watching Yogi SD 




MAURICE E. JARRELL 

Mt. Airy. North Carolina 
Maury came to us from Tarheel 
country but it was a few weeks into 
plebe summer before we even 
knew he was here Quiet and easy- 
going, for the most part, but he has 
to admit that a little of his room- 
mate's fiery tongue rubbed off on 
him and served him well. Super 
Plebe, youngster, Segundo and a 
two striper were the positions Mo 
held during his career at USNA Let's 
not forget his first true love, the "Z". 
Mountain rood-Z will never be the 
some Remember Max and the 
guppies'' Hope you get your Cot 
and remember to shoot straight 
Take care Bud 



D. GUY JORDAN 

Higtipoint. North Carolina 
Guy's law: Win at all costs. An NC 
native, his notable firsts are the 
Scalpel contest and a Bancroft ro- 
mance. Weekends would find our 
hero winding the bockroads with 
USNA86 preparing for P-colo The 
landings, at times, were hard (d- 
wheel fence climbing) Guy be- 
came very unhappy upon learning 
"They're both the some thing", but 
he recovered Studying at Luce 
was not too boring, so he man- 
aged to come along just right Guy, 
along with his friend SD, will be re- 
membered for Desk Top Flashes, 
Valentine surprises, and bringing his 
book to class Good luck in the 
Tough Team 



ERIC G. MERRILL 

Bangor. Maine 

Life at USNA for Vector consisted of 
sifting and updating the dozens of 
girls on his blotter until one ddy 
there was one. From Tijuana to 
Bahrain, Rick left a port of him wher- 
ever he traveled Somewhere Rick 
earned the name "Entropy Man", 
although we're not sure how. Per- 
haps it was his major, or maybe his 
penchant for neatness. We'll never 
forget our perennial company 
commander, though as he and An- 
gle head south to start their nuclear 
family. He will always be the man 
with magnitude and direction, the 
Vector, 



DANIEL C. MOSES 

San Diego. California 
Snake comes from sunny SoCal. H« 
has always been a winner until ht 
met his match in Pasadena wearinc 
white silk boxer shorts Don is alwo. 
quick with a kind word, "Hey, alit't 
too much cherry crisp? " What wt 
remember most about Dan is hi 
light sleeping, he woke us up durinc 
finals screaming something abou 
shutting-up Dan sailed through flu 
ids on an 8-in yacht This must hav< 
stirred his passion for the sea, be 
cause he then joined the Canoe L 
Yacht Club The true reason mo 
have been to get out of drill. Doi 
has always wanted to soar with thi 
eagles, now he has his chance 
Good Luck at P-cola 



500 • CLASS OF 1986 



JEFFREY K. MOSHER 

-e-c-one. Massachusetts 
'ia^..<s Mom + Dad! McKown's' Al- 
ways remember Jack + Hershel! 
Afterdeck w/Gordo Pittsburg, ski- 
ing Soutti America A/N in CA Her- 
shel's house w/Sctiildy! 2 for 7 disas- 
•er. 9oDR Saved by Rugby' England 
85 Finally done Hawaii 85 
w/Gordo -I- The Major Position 
Meni Beware of the BAI?N crew 
Scalpel that thong' Summer '85 
w/Pot at Cope Cod! Summer 
School, The Boss Chevy's' Thanks 
Kelly + 'Judy* for fall of '85, BLT's 
The Block Beast, Army a Tuscon 8- 
3 A/N in Hospital, Service Selection 
Drunkard Go Baby Mo' Friday Nite 
at Gander's, Drink one, wear one 
CGN The Rap Off to score for the 
Corps The Man. The Myth. The 



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THOMAS J. O'KEEFE 

Fairfax. Virginia 

Opie come to USNA all the way 
from Fairfax. VA, Like all true Irish- 
men, his favorite holiday isn't Christ- 
mas or his birthday, it's St. Patricks 
Day, He's always easy to get along 
with except when he's sleeping- his 
snoring ability is only exceeded by 
his ability to stay asleep during the 
most violent barrages He survived 
the Rocket (I never sow anyone so 
happy to get a D), found the girl he 
was searching for. and he's ready 
to head to Orlando to become one 
of the Steely-eyed Killers of the 
Deep Good luck to a good friend, 
R W 




CORNELIUS F. O'KEEFE, JR. 

'an Diego. California 
■eil came to the Academy witn 
^e goal in mind to become a sue 
:river His Marine Engineering major 
• as sort of a 4-year nuke schoci 
>'ep course, and armed with ream.s 
■f engineering paper and his pre- 
ous comics, he chased his goal 
leil did get a iittie sidetracked dur- 
'9 his time here, but while o •- r 
jke bribe money ran thrc^j- - 
igers. why not on engagerrie^- 
ig foo'' Ever since that game ot 
low FB. Trinity was Neil's secona 
ame Good luck m Orlando. Neii, 
nd watch out for floods and tire 
3ns. Thanks for manning the door 
ach morning at reveille — The 
•ench 



GORDON R. OLIVER II 

^oraopoiis. P&nrtsyivania 
He loved weekends with Mom and 
Dad Time spent with Vicki. Bill. Alex: 
Cherished Beat the conduct sys- 
•em with the Luck of Gordo MON- 
STER! Oh You' A/N m CA' Vodka, 
Schildy. Fire don't mix Sandee? 
Spring Break' HIRSCH' 4 m Barn! Scal- 
pel' SCROTO' Toaster Oven 
PORSCHE914' With MOSH in Hawaii! 
Position Men' Shower' Audience? 
No Football' JPC Mosh's! Chevy's' 
Party with Kelly and Judy' Advice 
from "FATHER" Schildy! Boss, get o 
tickef Wheel on HP' Tailgater! 
Good food. Mom' Tombstones' 
Wearing Beer' 1390! Phone calls 
home' HELP' Love to Dad. Mom. 
Sher. friends' Work Hard. Ploy Hard! I 
am ready' Off to Pensocola' High. 
Hard. Fast' 



32ND COMPANY • 501 



LOINS P. PARTIOA 

Yoitxi Linda. California 
Aerospace h; .r ■;-enng. Navy Air 
C-r ■ ■ "to USNA to 

sc rd. chase high 

scTi^^. y . „ ifcvB,-. never study 
He vk'os successful in all these, espe- 
cially sailing (a natural wetback). 
2/c year Louie made skipper and 
armed with his awesome but thirsty 
crew, credit cards, and beer belly, 
gamed notoriety around the boy, 
SAILING ON THE HAIRY EDGE Louie's 
creativity knew no bounds, as seen 
by his 8th wing players brainstorm. 
which proved they can indeed FRY 
US ALL "I Love Little Girls" was a 
popular song in his heyday, but 
April, his hometown sweetheart 
soon had SCRUFFY singing a new 
tune, "Here Comes The Bndei" - 
Flash, Gench, and Mr Spike 



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DANIEL G. PEDRO 

Hollywood. Florida 
Dan came north to us from Holly- 
wood, just down the road from the 
fabled city of Fort Lauderdale He 
brought with him his impeccable 
taste in clothes, ranging from 
tweed to palms and parrots When 
not defending the Dolphins over 
beer and pizza, Dan could be seen 
behind the wheel of his unique Ce- 
lica Convertible A dedicated Sur- 
face Warrior. Dan will take his pro- 
fessionalism (and his Panther Club 
Uniform) out to the beaches of San 
Diego and the world. 






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GERALD K. PFEIFER 

West Des Moines. Iowa 
In the summer of '82, Jerry came to 
USNA from Iowa with no more in- 
sight than a USNA catalog could 
supply A Firstie quickly recognized 
him as a leader . . the "Ringlead- 
er" of 32 Jerry always worked 
wholeheartedly and put forth his 
best effort His fortitude helped him 
to become a quality company 
commander Yet he considered 
himself as a servant as did his best 
friend Jesus Christ. "For even the 
Son of Man did not come to be 
served, but to serve, and to give His 
life OS a ransom for many" (Mark 
10 45) Jerry's life challenges us he 
runs the face that is set before him, 
fixing his eyes upon Jesus Keep 
shining His light' 




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JOHN J. RAMOS 

Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 
John was a surprise to us as we re- 
turned from Second Class Summer 
sort of like the babe on the door- 
step Whatever his origins, he soor 
established himself as the comic 
czar of 32 Firstie year finally came, 
and with it the blue 'stang, calls 
from Mr Dunstan, letters from 
Northeastern and Shirley's vacation 
home on the East Coast (John 
your ship is in Long Beact}t) John has 
helped many a rock make the 
grade, and eventually made them 
himself He has certainly earned the 
gold Fair winds and following seas 
out west, John 



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502 • CLASS OF 1986 



THANE D. RIVERS 

Los Angeles. California 
Damian came to us from that land 
of individualism. LA He brought 
with him a voracious appetite, the 
company's first HP-4't and a magi- 
cal shower cleaning concoction 
Through the years Thane held the 
posts of Company Ironman. Pos- 
sessed Man and President of the 
"Under Ground " (Should we make 
it on ECA'') Despite the romantic 
(') experience of Youngster Cruise, 
Thane allowed his California Greed 
to sway him at Service Selection 
Really Thane, jump wings on a 
Poopy Suif Oh well, the coffee 
and popcorn machines will miss 
you. and we know you will never be 
silent in the service 



JEFFERY S. RUTH 

San Diego. California 
Jeff IS another of our lads from San 
Diego, from which he brought his 
preoccupations skiing, aerospace, 
and Julie He did well in each re- 
spect, until Squaw Valley Jeff was 
a straightforward and valuable 
friend, and a man always ready to 
head for the slopes or on a lobster 
diving trip, no matter the cost. Af- 
ter a few adventurous months as a 
bachelor with the boys, this mem- 
ber of the Panther Club and the 
Blackheads will cast himself head- 
long into matrimony, and do quite 
well for himself Jeff is going Navy 
NFO. and we all expect big things 
from the man from North Tiajuana 



GREGORY P. SCHILDMEYER 

Cincinnati. Ohio 

'Schildy', 1 Scared/First call home- 
/Kathy/24 days/Still scared/Foot- 
ball? Yes/lfs all over/Spoin, 2: N- 
Star/Hirsch gone/Systems or 
math's/Football!/ Powereatmg- 
/Flonda/Stay or go'' 3 Fall flat on 
face/Home/8060/Blue Goose/No 
gas/No more Kathy 4: 1 foot ot 
UVA. ND/17-7/Franklin St./Judy- 
Mosh/Jack's last party/Banque- 
t/USMC/Next? In all, God has been 
good to me, I am fortunate The 
one constant these four years has 
been the love and support from 
7281 You've lifted me up and 
knocked me down, all in good tim- 
ing Thanks USNA. goodbye 32. 
may the luck of Gordo be with you 



PAUL A. SHELTON 

Louisville. Kentucky 
Our first memories of Paul are how 
he wore his PE gear, our later ones 
are how he wore his uniform- 
proudly, Paul has the knack of 
bringing out the best in people or 
the worst in them (Is Joe's name- 
tag enough proof of that? IFOS) 
Then there's firstie year: dinner at 
home, his beloved car in the yard, 
(or IS that in the shop's) and ever 
shorter hair Shakespeare wrote " 

to thine own self be true" Paul 
lives it Stay true to yourself, Paul, 
The Corps is lucky to have you, and 
so were we 



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HEODORE N. SMALLOW 

'<'noia. Maryland 

ed came to USNA because he 
I'Qnted to go away to school On I- 
ay, Ted left home for the 5 mm 
de to USNA knowing he wouldn't 
e seeing his parents for at least a 
'oek Ted amazed everyone 
lebe year by getting straight A's 
nd deciding to major in EE EE soon 
50k it's toll, however, dropping 
3d's CQPR to a meager 3 34. but 
3t before Ted earned the nick- 
arrie "Thevenm" The biggest 
lange in the life of Ted came 
tien he met Jesus, and the Navi- 
3tors From that moment on all his 
lare time was spent with God and 
e Navigators Ted is looking for- 
ord to Surface Line FLASH 



STEPHEN M. WAUGH 

Irvine. California 

The speculation is that Steve was 
born in combat boots. An eager, 
enthusiastic, and ambitious grad of 
MMA, Waff was involved in more 
activities than was possible for the 
average plebe Luck is not a strong 
point (he's wrecked almost every 
vehicle he's operated), and al- 
though this applies to his social life 
(he has been punted, dropped and 
snaked out of several relationships). 
Waff remains undaunted, having 
recently contracted "Latin Fever" 
Academically, his luck fairs better 
and despite a few close bouts he 
remains an Aero He has been the 
best of friends and roomates. and I 
hope he will indeed reach the stars 
LPP '86 



JOHN MARC WIEMANN 

Silver Spring, Maryland 
John Marc came to the academy 
from far off and exotic Silver Spring. 
MD He will be remembered as a lis- 
tener, a skilled athlete, and 6th Batt 
Ops But if you've spent a little time 
around J M you know that the 
most enduring and visible part of his 
life IS o living relationship with Jesus 
Christ, a hope that he shares with all 
he meets He has lived out Colos- 
sians ■! 28 which says. ""So. we pro- 
claim Christ We warn everyone we 
meet, and we teach everyone we 
can, all that we know about Him, so 
that we may bring every man up to 
his full maturity in Christ" John More, 
may the Lord continue to bless you 
as you share His love with others 



JAMES R. YOUNG 

fvlemphis. Tennessee 
Jim, better known as Angus, 
stormed Into the Naval Academy 
with an accent thick enough to at- 
tract the women and a notion that 
one doesn't need to study to make 
it through here Well I've finally bro- 
ken most of the accent but he only 
studied during 3/c and 2/c years, 
Angus IS a thoroughbred SWO, It he 
doesn't become CO of the USS NJ, 
(boom-boom), his mission in life will 
be unfulfilled This terror to plebes 
will always continue to remain a 
simple southern boy who is "Fixin"' 
to do something What ever it is, he 
IS sure to succeed ADB 



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MARK S. BARTH 

Lisbon, Ohio 

After the easiest plebe year on re- 
cord, Mark began alternating 
Ctiristmas in Acapuico with Spring 
Break in Florida until First Class year 
brought Company Commander, 3- 
striper libs, and pub night Mark led 
us in marchovers before the games 
and beer-bongs after and from the 
motor home to the Chart House, he 
set the party standard despite a 
weakness for always being the first 
to fall asleep After pumping out his 
last set of pullups for Navy, Mark 
chose Subs and headed for Orlan- 
do Mark will succeed at whatever 
he does, not just by his capability to 
achieve, but by his determination 
to have a good time 



DANIEL L. BELOY IV 

Kings Park. New York 
Aaayi Herman (Hoiman) come tc 
Squidville from the Island, listeninc 
to the Boss & PurplePrince exclu 
sively. the radio tuner was neve 
still His travel took him to exotu 
lands and beautiful bobes-Hawa 
(Claire) NC (Renee) UofMD (Sapp 
sters) RIO (Carlo) and countless lo 
cals until he was introduced to lu- 
by the "Spammer " Roadtnps wers 
cool- UGA, LA, NYC (losf), OC 
(party in Rm333). hop to Hawaii (if 
cheap) 2/c summer started th( 
nonstop party til GRADUATIOr 
(Pubnite, Boozecruise, G-town. 8 
4) Midstdndout-certified gector; 
stars, brigade supply (Freddy foui 
wgt lifting (Rambobody) SerSel 
SwoBelly-KeyWest-easymoney f 
easychics for free Beginning, love 
great -DREW- 




ROBERT C. BLACK 

Whippany. New Jersey 
In July of 1982 Bob packed up his 
Conon magazine collection and 
went to the Ndval Academy Bob 
cruised plebe year, with a steady 
supply of mountain dew and pizza, 
and a clear path to Bob Ward's 
Youngster year brought Bob face- 
to-face with the Phillipines and the 
infamous flying monkey Second- 
class year brought him Fred (cor). 
Diane (future dependent), and 
glasses Come Service Selection. 
Bob realized people like Crash Jake 
would soon be driving ships, so he 
joined the Air Force Well. Bob. at 
least I know ten will get offi Aim 
High. Buddy SNAKE 



ALAN T. ESAKI 

Pearl City. Hawaii 
Al come to USNA from the beachi 
of paradise Al was so happy to t 
here he broke a plate over his hec 
and earned several stiches Plat 
year was a shock to Al as he had 
put up with all us hooles But t 
soon introduced us to "local" foo 
Al didn't go looking for girls, he he 
no need, as he already had i 
sweetheart CAREN Al found 
tough, he never slept and kept i 
roommates up all night-morning ' 
ways challenging himself he w 
destined to become a warrior 
the deep We'll al miss Al's philos 
phies on Life, etc , and his fame 
sayings- Hogus Bogus & Bogus B 
gialities Good luck' We go gru 
some saimin brah! 



KURT D. GOESER 

Chicago Illinois 

Kurt came to USNA for the educa- 
tion and discipline He monaged to 
get thie education, but somehow 
he missed the discipline He be- 
came the "Booze" during plebe 
year through Saturday atternoons 
at the Buzzard It was there that he 
and the Rat became our Co EMBC 
reps. Through the years, we have 
seen him at his finest. Tijuana, the 
briefcase bar. the Goeser Diet/ 
Health Plan. Bike week. Club 6-3. 
boxing on 14th Street, and sleeping 
on Lincoln's front porch More good 
times to ya' in Athens and beyond 
and always remember, wherever 
you go Kurt "BE GRATEFUL" Pendy. 
WUB 



DAVID S. GREENE 

Camden. New York 
From out of the Great White North, 
alias Cromden. came David Scott 
the Astronaut Dave was a model 
squid during Plebe Summer but 
transformed quickly to the Form-2 
collection depot during the remain- 
ing 8 semesters This sent Dave in 
search of an aggressive outlet 
which he found in Rugby Dave 
never confused his priorities, with 
academics running a cool last 
place. The DC Beltway won't tor- 
get the "often seen, never 
caught" red Bemer. WOOFi Big. 
really huuuge Dave always was a 
flyer to the Corps and proved it on 
selection night Good luck and best 
wishes to you always. Greeno 



JEFFREY H. HOLYFIELD 

Los Angeles California 
After earning an N-Star as o 4/c. 
Hunt was injured only to come back 
l/c year and help Navy XC with Its 
best season ever Who is this man 
that not only has all original issue 
skivvies, but also all his laundry chits 
from plebe year'' A 3 AC board 
man. Jeff (aka HEAD), has been 
quoted as saying. "There are two 
things that no one else (not even 
James Webb) can love-AI Cantello 
and USNA " And where can you 
find this Buscaglia reader when he's 
not in love'' You can't, but you can 
see him ""ON STAGE" . I 

LOVE YOU RUBY gooOOO BQi 



BRYAN D. HUBBARD 

New York City. New York 
Known as Bo Diddly, this bright city 
type out of NAPS found the econ 
major just enough work to keep him 
tired TEN-HUTi when it came to 
varsity drill for Bo though, being one 
of USNA's silent drill studs Besides 
econ. he also studied the latest 
garb in GQ and always looked the 
part. Away from USNA. Bo might be 
seen rolling by in his slick, rock gray, 
beloved Scirroco, probably on his 
way clubbing Out at night, if he 
wasn't charming the ladies with his 
suave rap, he was just dancing his 
step. What makes Bo different?-Be- 
ing different! Mont Florence Dave 
Sr Jr Deviko Deva JoAnn Phil Men- 
dez GooOOO HE AD! Ml 




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GARDNER H. JACKSON 

Sealora. Delaware 
(Pause) Who are you? Until this year 
few knew Fewer knew the YPer 
could count to 58 except 1-58 '84 
saw the Rod. VGEP. and shyness 
leave, but we all found a friend 
from the gouge state '84 also sow 
rising problems with MS and Mellons 
He can always motorboat through 
and he did m Dayton with a friend 
Blidee Biodee' The Snail forgot to 
return his hand from SC to give to 
the COL but he settled it on a physi- 
cal basis instead '85 introduced 
Spozomatic to the Clique, a well 
worn path to Pub Night, and the 
Bagel lady, but no stars Watch out 
for those wheel chairs, stay out of 
laundry carts, and hit the rack Jack' 
AKK 




DAVID L. JACOBSON 

Haines City, Fionaa 
Emerging from plebe summer, 
Dave was ready to take on the Bri- 
gade Surviving plebe year with the 
rest of us, he entered youngster 
year with gusto' Heading to the 
Rose Bowl, he had Brasso and Win- 
dex in hand While watching him 
wax his floors was always good for 
a lough, nothing could beat his abil- 
ity to walk without moving his up- 
perbody to save his tuck 2 cars 
later, as a second class, he began 
to change Corrupted by both Rat 
and Beast, our Dave soon discov- 
ered the joys of wine, women and 
Copenhagen I'm sure these joys 
will follow him into the blue skies as 
an NFO, Fly high and free Snake! 
(ROB) 



KYLE B. KING 

Irmo. South Carolina 
Gaze upon the Beast and tremble 
with horror The mighty J.B,. too 
much of Frau Heller; the soothsayer. 
(How many burritos?), the dental 
tech, the social worker with a hun- 
tin' license, the bitter war historian 
(Lincoln was the Anti-Christ). Kyle 
you have a lot to be proud of, will 
you graduate with the elusive 3,0? 
You developed taste in women, I'm 
sure you'll remember the blissful 
minutes with Fatty and Slammy 
Beast you partied with the Best, 
slept like a narcoleptic, became 
dangerous on Rock guitar and 
were a good friend as long as no 
one wanted anything of value. 
Take care of the MOD-2, smile 
safely, take care, eep The Booze 



ANDERS C. KINSEY 

Newport Beach. California 
Here lies a Kinsey Anders, alias 
Chris, alias Kinsman, rocked in from 
California on the crest of a wave. A 
surfer turned Midshipman. Chris' 
trademark never was superior aca- 
demic achievment. nor unfailing at- 
tention to military reg and rule. 
However, this Mid was known to 
keep frequent appointments re- 
quiring unusually precarious plan- 
ning and excessively speedy trans- 
portation. Rocky will never forget 
Rt, 270, Yes, long live Hood College, 
pickup basketball. The Beach Boys, 
and saddle shoes. Hail to the Chief, 
the Order of the Sleepless Knights 
will now assume the throne. Good 
luck to ya Chris, and never let it be 
said all Californians are bad 



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PATRICK R. KLANSEK 

Willingboro vc'.i- Jersey 
Pat was an exceptional mid from 
the start Like his brother he chose 
Mech E, and Nuke Power Before his 
appointment as OCF Pres, Pat's life 
style wasn't so heavenly-those wild 
times in Hawaii, the Rose Festival, 
and passing up the BC cheerlead- 
er. Also, his Navy Spirit led him to 
test his head in the shower before 
the GAME in Pasadena As a Mech 
E., he avoided the Rocket and Wild 
Bill thus the Supe Starsi Pat's con- 
servative, friendly attitude, and 
strict convictions failed to win him 
stripes but he'll get them in the 
fleet! Take care of Mindyl Keep 
that reactor steaming , Aloha - 
KKK 



WILLIAM M. KOSTRUB 

Trenton. New Jersey 
"Bill the Goat" come from NAPS 
and started plebedom on solid 
footing with a "hurdle-do" ca- 
dence and "Ralphing " on a M 
CAPT Bill maintained that his 50's 
music. LL Bean clothes, and old 
woman were "gouge " , , as was 
Gordon Liddy. his deceased Bron- 
co, and any collateral duty that al- 
lowed a phone in-room, "Goat" 
defined ruggedness with his nce- 
burner. NRA support, and rigged 
cover a SWO at heart, a paper- 
marine no more. Bill is a sure bet for 
success in the Corps Mom & Dad & 
Kostrub clan — thanks' RMTC. there 
is definitely another Gunner in the 
future' "A" & "A", Dad, I made the 
Green Team" 



ANDREW K. KRUMEL 

Charlotte. Nortti Carolina 
It was a difficult task, but AKK left his 
mark in 33. Despite time spent road 
tripping to UNC to see CL. being a 
NARC, and rocking, some things 
stand out 82/83 sow Andy punch 
bulletin boards and cheer the Car- 
diac Pack 84 was the year when 
AKK found the back shaft He then 
hit Dayton, where he cheered & 
got knee-walkin' Then there was 
the time he hijacked a UD bus The 
Italian Navy welcomed AK in 85. 
and recognized his talent by calling 
him the "sleeping man " His other 
achievements include hosting hel- 
lacious parties and passing chits by 
Lt Sarao Good luck. AK. our loss is 
Caroline's gam' 



DANIEL L. LACHANCE 

Red Lake Falls. Minnesota 
Danny's decision to come to USNA 
was a big step from his small, small 
town in northern Minn, especially 
since the brigade was 2^2 times the 
population of his hometown He 
was disappointed early with only a 
60-yd dash. 5 swings and 3 ground- 
ers, then he tried out and made the 
varsity hockey team as a plebe 
Besides his skates. Don brought his 
own unique pastimes — head and 
foot and making caramel from a 
can of milk He did well in his eco- 
nomic major, became a member 
of ODE and was selected for Nucle- 
ar Power He also did well enough 
to be recruited for plebe summer 
detail and battalion supply We 
sure missed you buddy -ATE 




KURTIS E. LANG 

Stevens Point. Wisconsin 
Clubber mode his way here from 
the land of milk and cheese From 
day one Kurt stood out from the 
rest of the herd, not just because of 
his bovine features or his neon head 
of hair; he just had that Ail-Amen- 
can look that babes loved Kurt 
quickly adjusted to the rigors of 
academy life. Physically he was 
without equal, mentally he was a 
genius, morally , , uh. did I mention 
physically already? Kurt did have his 
moments. Who can forget the time 
he lost his jump wings, his dental 
floss dexterity, the significance of 
the number 39. and the big red 
stop sign Kurt, wherever life takes 
you, always remember we love ya. 



KIMO K. K. LEE 

Waimanalo. Hawaii 
Kimo came to USNA from the small 
Hawaiian village of Waimanalo 
With his experiences from the Ka- 
mehomeho HS elite JROTC unit un- 
der his belt. USNA didn't stand a 
chance, and I guess the flamers 
knew it 'cause Mo wasn't asked a 
question until 3/C year Since then 
Mo has changed majors, cars, and 
women. He finally got the best of all 
3' Kimo's lady Nokhui will definitely 
appreciate his great floor waxing 
abilities, also his superior Poc-Mon 
skill thanks to many quarters and 
2/C summer, Kimo sure brought a 
touch of that laid-back Hawaii to 
the Mainland, We pray you reach 
the sky in all you do. Shako Brah- Fly 
Navy 



MARK S. MELTSER 

Ptiiladelptiia. Pennsylvania 
Mark, who hails from the City of 
Brotherly Love (more or less) came 
to us with a desire to be great To 
this end. he accomplished many 
wondrous feats living in the heav- 
ens of 8-4 He was the only Plebe to 
recite all 27 Laws of Navy in 30 sec- 
onds (is that possible'') As a conse- 
quence, he was a natural choice 
for Grod School His service selec- 
tion of subs was obvious early on 
due to his shadowy (pale) appear- 
ance After surviving 4 years at the 
Boat School, he may have trouble 
adjusting to 12 hour semesters, no 
uniforms and incredible ' Don't 
Forget. Nuke School in '87, 



RICHARD L. OLSON JR. 

Lorain. Ohio 

"Decadent Dick" arrived at USNA 
via NAPS to carry on the Olson tra- 
dition of football &. academic 
prowess He confused us with which 
green turf he liked better — the 
gridiron or the Dont's conf table , 
we were also confused with his 
concept of a score (cannons do 
sound when you break the plane- 
no flags on the ploy ) A Riordons 
regular, often baiting women with 
"understanding ears " No thanks 
for the invite to the "mistoke-on- 
the-lake." but only when we need 
a nap A great roommate (that's 
my towel') and better friend, he 
conquered the USNA with a style & 
attitude few could match But re- 
member, you need to eat to win! - 
MCR- 



506 • CLASS OF 1986 






WILLIAM S. PENOERGRASS 

Daytona Beach, Florida 
We learned a lot from "\Ne\<ci 
Stan," a k a Stosh, our MMA-Omgo 
Boingo entry from Harley Dovidson- 
vilie. FLA "Bill." a Ph D in NASAP & 
TRISARF. taught us the evils of the 
Happy Buzzard. 600 North, stealing 
gate-house bulbs to love ani- 

mals. I e "Fred." Joyne. and Bird- 
Lady the beauty of dip. music 
C). and the mile run He gave us 
culture vi/ith Benny Hill. Bike Week. 
Hefner, the Chinese, and his oran- 
ge/white/ blue glasses We omv 
hope the "Firey Fiero" gets you to 
3WOS Remember, big brother is 
watching you. so why be normaP - 
RLO- 



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URK S. POPECK 

anaer. Wyoming 

' '82 a cloud of dust blew into An- 
opolis from Cheyenne way Mark 
idn't have silver bullets but the 
3y-horse was ready to party Mark 
■3d done boot camp, so plebe 
sar was cake, even with Soap- 
lan ond toothbrush Snydes after 
'■n Mark's USNA career blossomed 
"I Summer cruise, and when he 
as soiling and scuba divmg There 
ere some minor hurdles, like a Batt 
■ticer who thought he was too ag- 
essive for Batt football and of 
5urse academics Mark was born 
■ fly ond. to our surprise, wear 
een. He got the best of both 
3rtds as a Marine pilot Fly low, 
St. proud, and mean my friend! 
'mper Fidelis' SNAKE 



THIRTY-THIRD 
COMPANY 



JIMMY P. REXROAD 

Las Vegas. Nevada 
When Rexy arrived here from the 
great city of Las Vegas, he was 
ready to take Plebe year by storm 
After surviving one or two gales, he 
completed Plebe year by starting 
service selection early and diving 
for cover Youngster year brought 
rack burn during the week and 
weekends ending at 1829. and, of 
course. Maree. Rexy was never 
one to hang around the hall when 
there was any place else to be 
Thoroughly familiar with MIDNREGS 
following 2/c year, his 1/c year was 
uneventful Having survived EE, 8-4, 
and me. Nuke School should be a 
welcome change with Maree as a 
roommate and enough money to 
pay the bills 




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MARK C. ROECKELL 

Huntington Station. New York 
Rock: "the commandah" of no re- 
spect, the "spunk pappy," and 
soon to be proto-type of his brother 
Jacky— the lusti Tell us you 
weren't hungry for abuse , . ex- 
plain Acapuico (you Octopus), lay- 
ing pipe at Pub Night (?), Pasadena 
nights with the Raisin. & the conve- 
nience of the family Honda Post 
Colleen the fat girl that wouldn't 
leave and a Benny Hill look-alike. 
Showering in SDB's after a few was 
bright especially 'cause you 
screwed up your laundry six straight 
weeks ECA the Nuclear Triad "ya 
know " you're a great friend to 
us all. & all you asked in return was 
more abuse. P-cola got the best in 
Rock! -RLO- 



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MICHAEL J. SHELLHAMMER 

Lincoln Park, Michigan 
In the beginning, there was WUB, 
and he was pure and good On the 
first day Wub created the rack and 
It was good, it was very good On 
the second day. He created the 
wardroom and it was olso good 
And on the third day He created 
Math and it was not good at all 
When Wub saw what He had cre- 
ated was good. He racked tor the 
remainder of the week, and that 
was great Mike came from a sub- 
urb of Detroit to USNA to become 
the Defender of Justice for 33 Hey 
Sledge remember Tiny, brownies, 
Mrs S in 31, "Where do they really 
come from?". Turtle, and Early 
Times Good luck in the fleet. 
Coach (Saint), and I didn't see 
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WILLIAM B. SHERER 

Jacksonville. Florida 
Willy's past decided his future as he 
became a fourth-generation mid 
Plebe year was marked by a brief 
stint at academic stardom, fol- 
lowed by a steady decline to an 
eventual meeting with the Board 
l/c year As Capt Karcher put it. 
Bill gave a couple of us "a loaded 
gun" and it fired us over the wall 
and eventually into the Deputy's 
office Bill didn't keep wrestling, but 
continues to tram with Drew for an 
eventual comeback His academy 
years have allowed his hair and 
wardrobe to go through a meta- 
morphosis that delivers him numer- 
ous babes Hold on to that Saab. 
Bill, you'll need the Snow Car in 
Newport 



GERALD A. SHERMAN 

Holly Qidge. North Carolina 
Bags came to USNA with a song in 
his heart, it was "Put some boogie 
in — your butt " by the Flaming IP's. 
His hope was to meet the girl of his 
dreams and live happily ever after 
in the Valley of the Bears Alas. Tip 
discovered that he was functionally 
illiterate (on F m HH101), B T over- 
came this to become a responsible 
adult with more debts than 7th Batt 
friends Gerry became an expert 
on Euthanasia, boat women, silent 
torture (3Daysi). story telling, room- 
mate relations, and food gather- 
ing. Oh mighty clueless one. may 
your hair never be mussed, your 
bank account never be VOID Hop- 
py domestication, I have your hi- 
rise trou BOOZE 




HARVEY A. WINTERS 

Ripley. West Virginia 
H cruised info USNA but his trip thru 
was as bumpy as a VJ Va moon- 
shine run. B.V (before VISA) pleber 
H wagered sections of his body 
Too bad. H was only lucky in love. H 
loved girls w/o regard to race, size 
or religion Randi (TSU: 6 command- 
ments. Oogey). Mo, Jo, Teresa, 
etc. H, alias Dr Jekyll and Mr Heine- 
ken didn't mix with women Marines, 
MO's, Doytono P.O., WUB, or Tijua- 
na King of EMBC, H always did his 
time (178 long days) H loved G- 
town. Champions, Moosehead, 
and the library when Randi was the 
librarian, Dewey Field, was it Co- 
penhagen or was it ■' Ask Dicky 
r?at. SWO-belly. anti-clique liason, 
soon to be ENG DDG-23. GOOD 
LUCK, BEAST 



RICHARD H. WHEAT 

Maple wood. New Jersey 
The man proud to be from exit 14 
NJ Turnpike He came with dreams 
of being a var athlete, naval offi- 
cer U-Boat commander He joined 
OCF and will remember all he be- 
friended He was a MECH E surviving 
Wild Bill, IVocket Reed On the gym- 
nastics team he was called Buck. 
His activities inspired the Buck 
Wheat Award Due to injury he 
went on to coach the Womens' 
Gymnastics team Shirley we 
worked well together. Thanks To 
my girls, continue to strive onward I 
shall return to see regionals My 
best to Bob 'n' Diane in the USAF 
Pat and Mindy may our paths cross 
again. Run Silent. Run Deep ADO- 
NAI IS SEMPER Fl 



608 • CLASS OF 1986 



JOHN A. TANNER JR. 

Douglas. Georgid 
Drew was one of JOHN'S and • 
great friend Destined for bosebd 
fame, the modern 'Georgia Peac^ 
loved his roots-GO DOGS, SICK'ENj 
His 86 nametags and curveba 
soon led our Olympic hopeful to j 
life of wine, women and morj 
women Plebe Army (panties) Hq 
wan (Gimme 3 Steps) JULROD (NJ 
Time!) Beemer (= babes) PUBnigl] 
(Darling Nikki) & UGA (Bang!). Wtl 
can forget the quotes on late nigK 
tusssles (If your feelin' Eroggj 
JUMP), exams (Beat Army on ttj 
Bull Questions), and rack (This is B^ 
ter than Sex) The ultimate in G 
went jets for the ( Easy. Ea 
Chicks For FREE') , They're getti 
the very best! God bless. I luv y 
and hey. the party's just begu 
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THIRTY-FOURTH 
COMPANY 




JOHN O. BAKER 

Hilton. New York 

We met John in the summer of 82 
but little was heard from him that 
first year We did not know where 
he spent that time In hiding We 
guess his loyalty to his hometown 
sweetheart (Brenda) and his devo- 
tion in the study of the ways of the 
Ninja occupied his time But the 
hours he kept were the strangest of 
all Up all night studying his systems 
in the wardroom with an occasional 
TV show in between, left little time 
for sleep at night tor the "Bakes" 
The Marines are looking for a few 
good men and we know they 
found one Hove fun at camp 
QuanticoMi 



KEVIN T. CASEY 

Baltimore. Maryland 
Kevin, a native of Baltimore, came 
to USNA from an enjoyable year at 
NAPS, He played tennis and squash 
4/c and 3/c year — he met Tere- 
sa, his wife-to-be, and decided the 
latter was more important When 
he was SAT Kevin spent his week- 
ends as far away from Annapolis as 
possible Kevin had some bad times 
and many good times here at 
USNA, Yes, it was worth it Good 
luck with Surface Line, 




THOMAS M. CONLON 

Toronto, Otiio 

If there was anyone who was proud 
of the Navy, it was Tom. Similar to 
the men in green who grunt end- 
lessly, Tom was one of the few and 
proud who lived and believed in 
the mighty fine line An individual 
who has much to offer, he com- 
mands success in his endeavors 
However, behind every successful 
man there is a woman, and Brenda 
will surely be there, A friend and 
brother to the man of the Club, we 
all wish you smooth sailing MEM; 
Deano, the good old days, those 
trying days in Smoke . . . T.S. 



SPRAGUE C. COOK 

Yountville. California 
Sprague was an individualistic man. 
who spent his time thinking, caring, 
and doing. Uniquely international, 
he come to us fresh from South Afri- 
ca and left on his way bock over- 
seas. He loved far away places and 
high ideals, but he was always near 
enough to give warm compassion 
or defend a friend When he wore 
socks with flip-flops and the time he 
said, "I always meditate with me 
eyes open," made us all laugh 
once in a while, and he laughed 
with us in good humor 



34TH COMPANY • 509 



JOHN A. CROOK 

P : I'oiifornia 

n the East Coast full 
c; w. ^ ^. - . . T i sure he had written It 
down in nis notebook, since he 
writes down everything he plans to 
do. These plans included being one 
of the few Naval Architects and 
serving as a skipper on the Soiling 
Team He proudly wore his N sweat- 
er to attest to many long hours on 
the high seas and as many at the 
Annapolis Yacht Club Everyone 
loved seeing Norma Jean and 
Verle and John mode them proud 
with his performance We remem- 
ber Fort Lauderdale and the squirt- 
gun arsenal and the II?OC Z-28 with 
ALL the options As John moves on 
to Subs we wish him well in fulfilling 
another one of his dreams 



JAMES F. DWYER 

Tinley Park, Illinois 

When I took over from Crusader 
Cronquist as Jimbo's roommate 
Steve told me to remember Jim's 
true motto. "What's mine is mine 
and what's your's is mine " The 
years showed me other sides of the 
big guy whose broken bones and 
tears epitomized the everything he 
put into Navy football Vet. he had 
the softest of hearts as long as no 
risk was involved He partied like a 
crazed animal, and rocked with the 
best, but often lay awoke to talk 
about children and family He's a 
friend I'll miss 



ANTHONY J FARINA 

Ledyard. Connecticut 
Tones What con we soy "guys" 
Mischievous, devious, lady killer- but 
without a doubt a warm hearted 
fellow He was the gouge hound of 
34. but in no way did this detroct 
from his goal of obtaining an EE de- 
gree His shining example as the 
Safe Driving Rep awakened us all to 
the dangers of the devils' brew Al- 
ways remember 12 hrs. bottle to 
throttle Tony was an avid weight- 
lifter, be it 12oz curls or dead lifting 
of sugar cookies Though he was 
too good for Rickovers' Navy, we 
think he'll make an excellent sub- 
sonic NFO Best of luck from your 
comrades in the real CLUB 



STEVEN R. FOSTER 

Scotcti Plains. New Jersey 
Steve came from N J, (exit 1 1) four 
years ago with aspirations of an en- 
gineering degree and a big fat 
NUC bonus He got his degree and 
his bonus, and Paul and I got a few 
slices of pizza What he didn't ex- 
pect was an additional bonus, a 
lovely bride named Lisa She stole 
his heart, lots of his study time, and 
about half of his NUC bonus, yet, 
Steve couldn't be happier They 
are both looking forward to a long 
and successful naval career! HJN 




PAUL S. GIBSON 

Rochester. New York 
Paul took the scenic route to the 
Naval Academy via college. Nuke 
school, and NAPS One of the old- 
est members of the class, he imme- 
diately stood out OS one of the 
leaders, eventually becoming the 
class president. In addition, Paul 
kept himself very busy being a 
member of the wrestling team, 
cannoneers, and Big Brothers After 
four long years, he is ready to hop in 
his convertible, flip the top down, 
and head to Pensacola with the 
Academy in the rear view mirror. 
Good luck! SRF 



CARL A. HAGER 

Litchfield. Illinois 

One who will always remember the 
club and its original members in 
their grandest form The literature 
can be censored, but not the 
memories Farewell USNA. (AMF) 
JN. MD. DC. RC. SO 



JAMES F.S. HOWO 

Del Mar. California 
From the town "Where the Surf 
meets the Turf". Jim impressed the 
hall, by single-handedly breaking 
up a rumble the floor and his head 
may never be the same An expert 
chow-caller, plebe year, Jim re- 
mained, throughout his duration, as 
one who was never without ice 
cream in the freezer Among his 
other passions in life, including jazz 
music and make or model of car 
imaginable His vintage choice took 
the form of a VW Beetle- well it has 
a Porsche engine anyway. Right 
Jim'' As for his service- crew cuts 
ore always good tor hiding that 
premature graying anyway. Good 
luck from the Club. 



ROBERT V. JAMES II 

Farmngville, New York 
Believe it or not Bob came to USN 
to become a Naval Officer Hov 
ever, after joining the CLUB his mt 
fives turned elsewhere Bob live 
up to the CLUB'S qualities by b< 
coming a manioc rumbler. Lax stu 
and party animal A history stu 
Bob went insane 3/c year or 
chose f^/lech E to try and mastf 
After four years he finally co 
quered Mech E but still hasn't four 
the Right Woman — Although he 
tried — (Laurie, Jomie, Barber 
Robin. Dino. Nancy)ii Bob now fli 
around in his flashy Loser spendir 
his Nuke Bonus and living life to tl 
fullest His friendship wil be som 
thing to last a lifetime and he ^ 
surely succeed in anything he tri( 
MT 



510 • CLASS OF 1986 



JASON J. LAGASCA 

Pensacoia. Florida 
Taco, Pancho, Chip. Plebe. 
Timmy's. wobbling formations, hard 
rock, crew'' sacrificial lamp, Duron, 
OC and the Spitfire, speedo, ghost. 
Bowman, Freeman. OP. cubby 
hole, Sharon-why so fat, rental, 
plebe quarters, can't fry us all. 
Navy Air, youngster, sailtramid, 
flowers and pillars, Dohlgren, Rugby 
end the mall. Georgetown. Brian, 
New Wove, maxed out. Navy Air. 
Second class, scramble 87 again, 
new CO, Where's the Squirt, Im not 
your buddy, we can go places- 
how about OC. Rugby party, woit- 
vroom. night pilot, pistol, Smegmo- 
clese. Navy Air, Firsties, center, Jim, 
no more Rugby, flat top. Vette. 
Beach Party, no I's, green team. I 
love you Smacky. finally made it 
Chubs 



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COMPANY 



JAMES L. MAILLOUX 

Yardley. Pennsylvania 
After arriving at USNA from duck- 
infested Yardley. May-you became 
confused Instead of 2 and go, he 
tried to double it Armed with gray 
hairs, a cheap calculator, and a pil- 
low, he tackled the EE major After 
4 years of swearing that Led Zep- 
pelin still lives. 2000 black pens, and 
close to a million mentally taxing 
sci-fi adventures, he has tackled it 
along with our sanity Now it's on to 
Pensacoia and the dare of flight, 
another challenge, another quest 
for perfection Will Jim find perfec- 
tion in a world filled with fast wom- 
en, sunny beaches, and all the rest? 
No, but nothing is perfect See ya' 




WILLIAM A. MCCORMICK 

Sevema Park. Maryland 
Chubs, who's that? Why he's only 
the best diver Navy Swimming has 
ever had l had the pleasure of 
rooming with him for the lost three 
years and I'm sure no two people 
were ever more compatible The 
experiences we had in Ocean City, 
Georgetown, or just her in "Crab- 
town" more than likely ended up 
getting us put on restriction. Oh 
well, "too bad if they can't take a 
)Okel" A stroke of bod luck has de- 
layed his ambition to pursue o ca- 
reer with the SEALS. I still can't be- 
lieve we finally made it through this 
place. Take it light and write me, 
even if you can't spell. Ponch 



RICHARD A. MCMULLEN III 

Stella. Nebraska 

One who will remember the Club 
and its original members in their 
grandest form The literature can 
be censored but not the memories 
Farewell USNA. (AMF) JN, MD, SC 
DC. RC 




ANDREW F. METROKA 

Union Springs. New York 
God's country in upstate New York 
yielded Andy to us here in Annopo- 
lis in 1982, He left behind his beloved 
outdoorsman sense and traded it in 
for his EE books and sonify Andy 
was an expert pistol shot attaining 
All American status and team cap- 
tain To help him in his dietary habits 
after graduation Andy is marrying 
his sweetheart Patty - we are sure 
you must be getting tired of the PBJ 
diet For the future, Los Alamos, 
New Mexico will be looking forward 
to utilizing Andys sharp technical 
mind and then its on to the nuclear 
navy Club 34 wishes you the best in 
all your endeavors. 



HERBERT J. NICOLAY 

Rochester. New York 
Herb came to USNA, studied 
Oceanography relentlessly, and 
now plans to head to the Sunshine 
State to poke holes in the sky He 
won't be traveling alone however, 
because he broke down and be- 
came engaged to Gale Bledsoe, A 
Washington police officer (what 
some guys won't do to keep out of 
trouble) Ask Herb how many tick- 
ets she's gotten him out of I figure 
that if flying a jet is anything like 
playing computer video games. 
Herb is well prepared for flight train- 
ing Herb contributed to the Acad- 
emy cause as a WRNV jock. Ring 
Dance business manager, and 34th 
Co CAO It has been fun' See you 
in Florida acei PSG 




PHILLIP K. PALL 

Ocean County. New Jersey 
Phil had some good times at USNA 
He worked out a lot and crammed 
for tests with such friends as Henry, 
Bobby, "Bawb" and Jay, He'll al- 
ways remember those fun experi- 
ences such as liberty, leave and 
summer cruise with a smile Mech E 
was not easy but nothing that is 
worthwhile ever is The future holds 
a lot of exciting challenges such as 
SWOS and Dive School but Phil will 
be ready. The most important thing 
to Phil IS a sense of comradery 
among his shipmates and a sense 
of humor in the worst of moments 
Best of luck to Phil in his training, his 
career and the adventure which he 
hopes his life will be. 



HENRY W. PAPA 

Mobile. Alabama 

Honk IS certainly a southern boy at 
heart, you should hear his version of 
"Sweet Home Alabama" He start- 
ed out playing soccer, but left that 
for the civilized anarchy of Rugby, 
Rugby is important to "Pops", it is his 
second favorite past time. He's 
leaving us to reach his goal, wings 
of gold Who knows, he may even 
join his dad in the friendly skies Re- 
member Duels with Dean. P-Cola 
(beach house). Blondes and 
Porsches. NAPS '81 8c '85. "The 
Frig". (JB) 



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ROBERT T. PRIOR 

Madison. Georgia 
A southern boy to ttie bone. Bob 
came to us from ttie thriving me- 
tropolis of Madison, Georgia Many 
an afternoon the sounds of Lynyrd 
Skynyrd and a jump rope could be 
leard from his room A Mechanical 
Engineer. Bob survived second class 
year with a ride from the "Rocket." 
=irst class year brought with it the 
■esponsibility of leading the Club as 
lompany commander. Under Bob's 
ecdership. Club 34 convincingly 
took first place in drill The clincher 
for the Corps, however, came 
when he decided not to take the 
ucrative bus ride to Washington 
the Club wishes Bob and his chorm- 
ng bride-to-be Mary Ann the best! 



THOMAS A. RIGOLO 

Seminole. Florida 

Rigs showed up bronzed by the sun 
and wearing his shades The high 
school dropout wanted to fly Navy 
jets for the thrill of it Tom took 
things in stride here by just not do- 
ing them On the road to Pensaco- 
la. "Gigolo" left a few nameless 
broken hearts behind, made a 
memorable area tour through 7th 
Wing, and set various land speed 
records Putting in those long hours 
of study as a Narc. Rigs became 
adept at mentally transporting him- 
self to Florida Now he doesn't have 
to threaten anymore about pack- 
ing up and becoming a beach 
. comber, he will be the next best 
thing 



WILLIAM D. ROHM 

Kalamazoo. Michigan 
You really couldn't help taking o lik- 
ing to Bill Maybe it stemmed from 
being on a leash as a youth so he 
wouldn't attack the neighborhood 
kids or his uncanny method of 
Porsche sculpture. Bill was a success 
at the Boat School. After a near- 
miss by an unfortunate swing of the 
axe. Bill wore his sweat well, be- 
came Captain of the Swim Team, 
and later became a leader among 
the hairy-chested legends of 34 
We'll never forget how Bill failed his 
eye exam inches away from the 
eye chart or how we used to listen 
to stories he told us while he slept. 
Bill will always be remembered as a 
friend, brother, and the "one- 
swipe-and-go kid" to the men of 
Club 34 



HENRY R. SILVA 

Falls City, Nebraska 
Nobody had ever heard of Falls 
City until Henry arrived. As luck 
would have it "moon" was his 
roommate Henry will never forget 
Ed Alberts iron or the 007 martinis. 
Hank will make a great pilot, Henry 
never neglected his physical train- 
ing and always was busy lifting, run- 
ning or eating It was a vicious cy- 
cle' I will truly miss mi amigo Enrique. 
Thanks for letting me have the 
Spec Ops billet Good luck at 
Pensocola, 




OHN B. SKILLMAN 

'<aint Pans. Ohio 

rod rolled in off his farm in Ohio with 
,1 basketball in one hand and track 
hoes in the other To him, life cen- 
jered around B-ball And his four 
I ears certainly had their ups and 
jlowns Youngster year, his dream 
|if being an engineer was shat- 
sred after the loss of his high 
chool love Brad survived the next 
ear with his love for cars and 
leeting his one and only After los- 
ig o year m the pursuit of better 
irades, he was able to go subs He 
akes with a lough that will not be 
,Don forgotten by us all. 



THOMAS M. SMITH 

Topeka. Kansas 

Smitty was everybody's D,J,, "Rid- 
gee", a flawless authority on sound 
A fussy dresser by style, he chose his 
ladies with care and was distant to 
all but an honored few We came in 
time to know him as the most loyal 
brother and friend a man could ask 
for We learned that the doo-rag 
that wrapped his precious hair so 
tightly never constricted his heart 
We could count on his firm hand- 
shake His clear eyes sparkled with 
a special laughter we can't forget 



RICHARD N. STRYKER 

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 
"STRYK" came to USNA from the 
city of Brotherly Love During plebe 
year he played JV baseball but re- 
alizing that the Phillies wouldn't wait 
for him and that there was no future 
in that sport "out in the fleet" ne 
concentrated his physical efforts 
"for the needs of the Navy." Aca- 
demics were full of mountains and 
valleys so later he went general 
Rich's relationship with his wife to be 
Lorraine, was never so rocky. It was 
smooth sailing from day one. She'll 
take him in sickness and health but 
not in fatness so watch out for the 
SWO belly If his mom's chow pack- 
ages didn't do it now I guess he'll be 
OK, 



JOHN J. SURINA, JR. 

Cinnaminson, New Jersey 
Jay arrived at the Academy fresh 
from Cinnaminson. New Jersey in- 
tent on taking his father's profession 
as an electrical engineer. Highly 
successful in this endeavor. Jay also 
found time to run cross country 
plebe year, proving to all of us he 
was the best runner in the compa- 
ny. First class year brought with it 
the responsibility of Co Sub-Cdr 
which Jay undertook with calm os- 
suronce He was not as successful 
with automobiles however, as Hen- 
ry Silvo found out. The bus trip to DC 
paid off in a check and a dote to 
Nuclear Power School, The sub 
community has o good one in Jay 
We all wish him the best! 



34TH COMPANY • 513 



MICHAEL W. TAYLOR 

Wiriches*e' v 'ginia 
Called Jetnro to Tennis Ball Head 
Mike CO" e from DCF Winchester to 
study sharks ot USNA He joined ttie 
CLUB ;oving rumbles and ripping 
wears! Football and Wrestlnng took 
all riis time so he cancelled all study- 
ing to sleep and watch TV-We'll al- 
ways remember Momaw from Ap- 
ple Pie Ridge, From Mike's 
membership in two companies (34- 
36), Combat Town, E-boat, E-pla- 
toon, rugby matches, Hawaii-MC 
cruise, Moses-Frigate dome, and his 
seasickness he settled down to 
Golf. Susan, and Sharks! Mike has 
been my most trusted friend and 
companion since day one and I 
wish him the best of luck in the fu- 
ture. Get Sharks!! RVJ 




JOHN G. WORMAN 

Brookings. South Dakota 
Johnny Da-Wormps, skull, marine 
head. Aw tbirds, I musfve spaced 
it off! Although John was a comput- 
er science major, his interests were 
very diverse, including women 
John met one particularly, lovely. 
lady and secured a permanent 
weekend residence on Maryland 
Ave. Steve and Phil are credited 
with devising the combo locker 
alarm system— a rude awakening 
for John If all else failed, this inge- 
nious device was sure to send him 
flying from the rack. A die-hard Ma- 
rine. John's booming voice could 
be heard throughout the halls of 
Bancroft John was an inspiring 
friend to many in, as well as out of. 
the "club 3esi of luck in Marine 
aviation. Wee-"erii 



THIRTY-FIFTH 
COMPANY 



514 • CLASS OF 1986 




JAMES M. L. BLASTOS 

Melrose. Massactiuttes 
Go Army. sir. Beat Navy - Jim's first 
challenge was cake almost 

Benching refrigerators, eating Chi- 
nese food and cruising in his GTl 
were some of his favorites Donning 
his Ho Chi's. Jim was always ready 
to get us out of trouble with his dip- 
lomatic skills You call a pizza m o 
dorm room a dinner dote'' Ah. but 
we had fun Best of luck Jim Re- 
member us bugs KAB. TPF 




KENNETH A. BOGDAN 

Edison. New Jersey 
A civilian at heart. Ken started an' 
finished his career at the Acodem 
m his letter sweater and N* comf 
blanket Impressing tourists with h 
studious looks and often empt 
brief case. Ken fooled many int 
thinking he was the model midship 
man Baft Comm '' Ken eve 
fooled the officers After being trie 
too many times for being in th 
wrong place at the wrong time 
Ken found it safest to be in the reel 
Bogdan Gators, the Beaver on 
the summer house kept us all hap 
py Best of luck to you Ken. remerr 
ber us bugs. JB & TF 



KATHLEEN R. BOSKA 

Alexandria. Virginia 
You might say "Robbie Bosko" 
stood out among us plebe yeor- 
with the knowledge gamed from a 
year at NAPS and a height ot 5' 10" 
she was heads above us and a 
prime choice for the women's B-Ball 
team Always on the run. Kat could 
be found In VA Beach enjoying life 
or at USNA repenting with room 
tours Kathy, never far from laugh- 
ter, could usually be found engag- 
ing others with her well re-hearsed 
"Lenny to oisle 3" and various "go- 
ing-off" antics Cocoa Beach. Philly. 
Bnjce's song, and White Russians at 
Afterdeck Kat has a weakness for 
green, but chose Navy blue and will 
impart her wisdom upon the Space 
Surveillance Center in Dahlgren. 
VA 



CADWELL, MICHAEL 6. 

Littleton. Colorado 
Michael left his life with Dad in the 
gold mine to come to Navy and 
become a number one swashbuck- 
ler on the fencing team Loved by 
all the Dahlgren girls (he says so) 
and hospitable to zoomies too. he's 
off to be with all his buddies in the 
Corps. Maybe next year he'll get his 
letter sweateri Hope your 'stang 
makes it to Quantico Don't even 
think about making it to Colorado 
Good luck and be casual 



ANTHONY F. CALIFANO 

Flustiing. New York 
Our boy Guide, from Flushing quick- 
ly established himself as company 
commander plebe year and con- 
tinued as the leader of the bond in 
all rugby and social occasions. On 
the field he was known for his light- 
ening speed almost as well as he 
was known for his neatness in his 
room. Restriction at home was fol- 
lowed by restriction abroad as he 
toured the world as a limitless vat of 
trivia and wittiness. As Tony heads 
to Pensacola there is only one thing 
left to say, "Look out Wilbur here 
comes Pizza Boy" When's the de- 
but on Lettermon? Sorry Bubba, 
maybe in Vegasll! 



MARK J. DECLUE 

Cocoa Beact}. Florida 
As a computer science major. Pup 
usually aimed for excellence in all 
subjects here, but he was content 
with only getting 5 stripes this year. 
Pup occupied himself here lettering 
in football, keeping Spud out of 
trouble or taking care of his cars 
Pup selected the nuclear-powered 
USS Texas out of San Diego for his 
first tour A great host for spring 
break, we'll never forget the good 
times we had Good luck in the fu- 
ture pal. and sorry about the rug. 
But don't worry it vyon't happen 
again 




PAUL R. DEMERS 

i'VoonsocKer. i?node island 
We're not sure whether Paul was 
txoin damaged or not before com- 
ing to NAVY, but we know those 
crew work outs and that devotion 
to Ocean E did the trick A growing 
boy ain't s'posed to spend his 
weekends in the 'brary learning 
about barnacles and rust Anway. 
when not immersed in fluids, Paul 
found hoppiness in his tools, his 
beast, ond his alpha He liked his 
cars like he learned to like his wom- 
en-not in running conditiion But he 
loved to spend his time working on 
•hem. He made it to firstie year 
oved by his piebes. and became 
fhe company boss As he goes to 
fhe kand of jarheads. he takes all 
yj fKjpes Good Luck B&PA 



JEFFREY D. DIBBLE 

Acwortn. Georgia 
Arriving at USNA from Ga.. Jeff im- 
mediately became everyone's 
friend Always 'putting on a show' 
as superman, a pizza boy in the 
buff, and imitating your favorite 
farm animal. Jeff was a true char- 
acter Endowed with great athletic 
talents, he excelled m all he did and 
even earned a spot on the Rugby 
team These talents were marred 
by his week nights out with Los but 
he still had fun Pee Wee's moments 
are St T's. cornfield runs. Army. 
Jeff was probably the fastest guy 
around but he was also the SLOW- 
ESTi Thanks for the good times. 
Nappy-Head, and good luck in all 
Hunker Down Jeff and rutilizethat 
NFO seati MAT, JWK 



BRIAN P. EDMONDS 

tvloDiie. Aiaoama 

Brian came north by way of Roan- 
oake assuring all he was American 
by birth and Southern by grace of 
God, He quickly found the corner- 
stone brick on which to build his No- 
va! career at the Pig Push Brian 
chose Nuke to work on his Red 
Beach tan and see the worid (Earle, 
NJ), He shunned his military upbring- 
ing as Hotel night replaced early ris- 
ing and Biscuits replaced hard tack 
(thanks. Dad), A Lettermon faithful, 
Brian spent study hour proving soc- 
cer players have Nerf-hoop touch, 
also. Thanks for sharing four years of 
friends, family and fun times (he'd 
fight for forty cents) "Some kinda 
roommate you turned out to be " 
BFL 



KAREN FALLON 

Tarry town. New York 
Born in Nigeria, raised in New York, 
with one year at Tufts completed. 
Karen found it hard to get into the 
swing of Academy life By 1/c year 
though, the civilian way of life 
seemed to be making a come- 
back. Karen was involved in Wom- 
en's Tennis and became president 
of PRC. There are many things Ka- 
ren will be remembered for includ- 
ing her fun-loving personality, her 
incredible (fashionable) wardrobe 
and her uncanny knack for telling 
cliches Knowing how Karen is with 
credit cards, we wish the Supply 
Corps luck in letting her spend the 
Navy's money Take care, we'll miss 
you and remember "Life is like a 
duck" DM.L. 



35TH COMPANY • 515 



THIRTY-FIFTH 
COMPANY 




THOMAS P. FORTIN 

Worcester . Massachusetts 
Tom came to us via a three-year 
stint in San Diego as o corpsman 
examining runny noses. Already an 
old man of the sec by virture of his 
age. Tom impressed us with his nau- 
tical know-how He was never seen 
standing in a bight. Later years saw 
his refusal to become a wardroom 
rat and an eerie fondness for cof- 
fee and doughnuts. Tom is best 
known for his ebullient wit. His room 
was regularly buffeted by gales of 
laughter Tom's sense of humor 
helped the four years to go by fast- 
er for all of us. Fair winds and follow- 
ing seas, Tom. on whatever heav- 
ing decks lay in your future 



PAUL A. GARDNER 

Anctiorage, Alaska 
P. A came to Navy to be close to 
one of the best basketball schools. 
St John's Bubble burst ed. he fo- 
cused his sights to more important 
endeovers compsci. sleep and 
women Never one to study. PA 
could always be found watching 
Casablanca or reading Tarzan, On 
the weekend he could be found in 
Dahlgren imbibing spirits or at his 
girlfriend's doing spotchecks Our il- 
lustrious Co Cdr also perfected rev- 
eille, Jose Cuervos intakes, the air 
guitar and *54 As the mod Alas- 
kan headed for grod and the 
plunge. PA reversed polarity and 
looked to starlit nites in Pcolo Best 
of luck to a super guy and a great 
friend BM 




CARLOS S. GUEVARRA 

^e-.sjco^a. Florida 
Af'e' ^ > ears. Los emerges from be- 
hina his desk and choir He is known 
as o man of few words; "weak." 
"eggs." "Homes." and "Shove off. 
you're down " Los's athletic abilities 
on the intramural football field were 
only over-shadowed by his Bruce 
Lee imitations and dancing in the 
room When not studying Los's imi- 
tations and singing kept us enter- 
tained Only Dahlgren and Mag- 
gie's could compare with Los's 
feverish desire for the rack Did he 
ever change those sheets'' Nuke 
Power should be no problem for 
Los— Good luck KB. TF. JB 



EDWARD O. HASSI 

Pieasantvilie. New York 
Man, myth, legend. Ted embe 
lished them all This New York free 
spirit baffled USNA for four year 
and shows no signs of slowing as c 
Navy buzzboy Never one to waste 
a weekend studying our honoror' 
3-striper valiantly lead his Charlie 
Brigade across Worden Field alone 
an epic journey of excess. St 
Thomas, HHI, and a certain Canodi 
an wardroom hove all fallen prey tc 
the Budman. Lighting himself on fire 
sleeping on a tOth floor Army-Nov 
windowsill, driving a relic VW, c 
transplanting Rododendron v.- 
never questioned his psyche or ni 
larious philosophy I'll remember Ee 
as the best of buds and the great 
est of friends MJP 



JOEL S. KEELS 

Monroe. North Carolina 
Joel came from "duh souf" to be 
on engineer but was quickly hum- 
bled by the most notorious Mech. E. 
profs. Saved by the General, he 
went on to discover weekends and 
liberty Of course the local female 
population was stricken with grief 
and retired their Dahlgren passes 
when he met Kimberly We got 
really tired of asking him where we 
was going for the weekend and he 
soon had a rubber stamp mode to 
sign the list Somehow Mr Mellow 
always got into trouble with us 
bugs A lover of pajamas. L L Bean, 
Volvos and geekers, off he goes to 
the CEC Good luck buddy 



JAMES W. KILBY 

Pound Ridge. New York 
Hailing from the backwoods of NY. 
otter came fo USNA with high 
goals Jim will enter into the mighty 
fine surface force after grad with 
hopes of becoming a navy diver 
later, A great swimmer and story- 
teller (due to an enormous vocab 
and his father's letters). Krebee was 
his own man. Seen best in Paul Bun- 
yan attire and in his blue-kmght. 
Jim's a northern boy but he likes the 
sting and comfort of the south' 
Some action: cornfield runs. St 
Thomas, antics with Arab utensils 
Jim's serious yet amiable nature 
made him a good sqd Idr, Min of Ed, 
and my true friend Thanks for ev- 
erything Jim, and good luck in all of 
your future endeavorsi MAT. 



RICHARD V. KILLIAN 

Luther. Michigan 

Rich came to USNA from Luther, or 
Baldwin: we're not quite sure which, 
A small town boy. Rich was enam- 
ored by Georgetown and could of- 
ten be heard saying "G'town. 
Holmes" That is. if it didn't intere- 
fere with his rack time. In fact, only 
one thing came between Rich and 
his rack, and that was hoops, nerf 
or otherwise, so. who finally ended 
up with the free world? Some ac- 
tion: coupons. Houdini during Let- 
terman. Virgin Islands and two tank 
parties Rich's cruise on the USS Pig 
(you asked for it. Kilbs) turned him 
oft suilace line, so he's got the right 
stuff now C) Best of luck in P'cola. 
Rich, we'll never forget you BPE/BFL 



LESLIE A. KOVANIC 

Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania 
Leslie came to the Academy hop- 
ing to earn a spot on the Equestrian 
team. Much to her dissillusionment 
the team had been replaced with 
something called PEP, Gallantly re- 
covering from this mortal blow she 
directed her attentions to her mu- 
sic, church involvement, and aca- 
demics She will always be remem- 
bered as one of the "M's" while 
being pursued by an Italian swim- 
mer and a second class shrub. 
Since she began at the Academy. 
Leslie has seen Spring Break in Flori- 
da, a weekend in Vermont, sum- 
mersporting lakeside in Rhode Is- 
land. San Diego. San Francisco and 
Jamaica Best of luck Les as a 
backseat driver and remember 
once a "POOP-HEAD" always a 
"POOP-HEAD" KF and DML 




MARK D. LARABEE 

Pendleton. Oregon 
■ For four years we were terrified by 
this madman gallivanting around 
the yard as the Mikado or Don Qui- 
xote A walking comedy show, any 
time was the right time for im- 
promptu skits about salty dogs, 
bucket heads, or any other unsus- 
pecting victim Fueled by Nugs. ^/c 
year was yet another big joke 
ever-after "Mack" got wisked oft 
to the Ops Shack, and we just kept 
Oh laughing Nauseated by engi- 
neering texts and Rocket horror 
stories. Mark actually enjoyed po- 
etry and boring books. Finally com- 
ing to his senses, the poet heads for 
Nuke School to be a CHENG, Good 
luck old friend Slack Four 



DEBRA M. LIVINGOOD 

San Jose. California 
Deb. a native Colifornian. came to 
Annapolis fo find herself completely 
surrounded by EastCoasters She 
quickly proved herself and became 
an honorary lud and rowdy North- 
erner, Debbie did excellently at the 
academy, always believing. "Don't 
ask and they can't say No!" Cock- 
tails anyone? She was fun from 
Ocean City to dancing on bars in 
NY fo the beaches of Martinque 
After Debbie earned her varsity let- 
ter in B-Ball her youngster year she 
directed her energy towards great 
weekends and civ men (oopsi all 
but one) Debbie will be remem- 
bered for her slurred stories, her fun 
laugh and a great smile Have a 
Wale of a time Deb (I couldn't re- 
sist) KF 



BRUCE F. LOVELESS 

Chattanoogd. Tennessee 
From Tenn . "Luther" was a true re- 
bel. Yeehawwl in true Volunteer 
form, the "Juice" excelled in com- 
pany football. This athletic prowess 
carried over into Nerf-Hoop and 
sports trivia. A "Britches" man. 
Bruce could always get a date, 
usually a Karen Bruce got a lot out 
of the Academy (a free European 
vac), but he also left a lot behind 
(3/c Mess Nite) Bruce didn't waste 
much rack time watching TV. but 
he was a dedicated "Letterhead" 
Some action: Biker Week '85, stadi- 
um uniform races, and midnite foot- 
ball games. Best of luck in Intelli- 
gence (there is always a first time), 
friend You made this a much bet- 
ter place BPE 



GREGG P. MALLEY 

Mciedn. Virginia 

Gregg came to USNA a southerner, 
though he won't admit it (Pans, isn't 
It), from Va He figured he did his 
time in Dixie at prep school, the first 
step toward his dream of being an 
aviator You got it in the form of a 
green machine, even after slips of 
the tongue, ask Wade, axe scare, 
and many trips to UVA, 2/c year 
was filled with stankin' eggs, clus- 
ters. Where did you go Spring 
Break'' 1/c yr brought trips, some 
never completed, to MN while your 
car was elsewhere. CRUNCH! Keep 
in touch with us Navy guys, still see 
ya in P-Cola nonetheless, JD 



35TH COMPANY .517 



BRIAN M. MOORE 

V> ■ f Go Navy' around 

a j aroma of fried okra 

'b ^' :r,i, rriendly boards running 
Those quad-pitcher nightshifts at 
Dahlgren rarely slowed him down, 
ot least from getting his bunkie into 
a 'bind' Between letters from a 
certain SC belle, B would keep 
you on your toes Who invented liq- 
uid soap and why'' Hey-wanna bis- 
quif Questions beyond the normal 
mind A nerfsportsman and a rack 
potato, B's stargazer kept him in 
beach form while uncle Vox tight- 
ened his tush LER handled the rest 
Often Through the years, the mer- 
maids, and the love or okers, 'B', 
was always the best Good luck 
buddy PA, 



ROGER J. MORIN 

Nashua. New Hampshire 
Raj came to us from the NAPS pro- 
gram and was stellar The highlight 
of his Plebe Year was liberty with a 
ballerina We know he's going to 
make it big someday, since he 
passed the strict scrutiny ot Brigade 
Boards. His only problem is that 
Genghis Khan didn't have a South- 
ern accent, but neither does he. 
Let's hope he keeps the mission in 
mind when he says "Bonjour Dar- 
ling " He's tall dark and has some 
kind of hands, a guy that can jump 
when he's struggling We'll never 
forget our Batt GDI? 's advice that 
you've got to know which bridges 
to cross and which to burn. Good 
luck grunting with a rebel yell. Vic 
and Scott say thanks 



MICHAEL J. PIETKIEWICZ 

Norwich. Vermont 
The reddog brought forth from the 
Green Mountains a free-spirited, si- 
lent James Dean look-alike full of 
fresh perspectives and yankee wis- 
dom Football, golf, hoops, whiffle 
and skiing, Mike mastered them all 
Applying his mech-e knowledge he 
explained to us flow in a crowd and 
the virtues of a nuclear farm Draw- 
ing energy from his spastic brain- 
trust of JP. Tom and the seniorita 
from way south. Peek meshed non- 
chalance with Navy routine to fit his 
own style In spring the sun-god 
made constant trips to HHI in search 
of the perfect tan Best of luck to 
the greatest of friends as you live 
beneath the waves EDH 



HENRY M. RAINONE 

Huntington. New York 
Hank hails from the great state of 
New York— specifically Huntington, 
BKA home of the heavy weight 
Gerry Cooney or if you ore Italian — 
"The Rainone Mafioso " Just kid- 
ding Seriously though, the one at- 
tribute that sets Hank apart from 
the rest of the mids is that he actu- 
ally enjoys studying at least until a 
certain Susan came into his life. 
Henry is going Nuke (what did you 
expecf) and more than likely will 
finish in the top 10% Besides his goal 
ot being an outstanding officer, 
Henry also desires to be a saint I 
don't know if that's for sure, but he 
is a true friend and Christian Go get 
'em Henry and Smooth soiling 




ROBERT S. RODRIGUEZ 

Buffalo. Wyoming 
Bob, more affectionately known as 
Spud to his friend, came to USNA 
from Wyoming where the sheep 
ore sheep and the men are too 
Throwing up on JT's guitar showed 
his interest in music and he man- 
aged to gam the devotion of most 
plebes (as he claimed "they love 
me") with moving phrases like, 
"T'ust me you fool " Diet was an 
: ■■ r I* part of his weekend rou- 
; . consisting of Cocoa 
and a six of Diet -Pepsi 
,• lorthodox mid he once 
T-iouse using Gummy 
Thonk goodness he is 
' i.jck & whenever 
- don't give up, 
have a few ct-«'s Then try it again 



MARK T. SAKAGUCHI 

Cinnaminson. New Jersey 
Guchi came to USNA armed with a 
pair of chopsticks and the aquatic 
ability ot a parkbench Yet he sur- 
vived Flaming firsties and anorexic 
ex-es proved minor setbacks as 
Yams continued his quest for com- 
puter guru-ism and on allergy shot 
with no reaction The tun really 
started with Guchi's first beer at 
Dahlgren A new door was open for 
him-one filled with naked runs thru 
the corn and wild wheelchair rides 
But Guchi still attained the guru sta- 
tus, a wizard behind his 'puter A 
quiet leader adored by his plebes 
he somehow survived to firstie year 
and on to the Sheet He's given us a 
lot of good times Aloha buddy, 
B&PA 



MARIE M. SCHANZ 

Scottsdale. Arizona 
Mane come to USNA from the West 
via NAPS "Maurice" often led the 
class sojourns as exhibited during 
her youngster year fixation of hail- 
ing strange vehicles tor our trans- 
port (dumptrucks) Always involved 
in sports. Mane participated in vol- 
leyball, track, and was V P of the 
aerobics club Mane's good nature 
and attitude towards USNA helped 
to solidify 35th Co into a unique 
fellowship of lifelong friends Some 
outstanding occurences D C "no- 
nuke" rally '83, Forest fires in NY, 
Sandy Pt , and going toe to toe 
with special guest Bo Jackson Philly 
'85 Good Luck in the Supply Corp, 
'M", we know you've got what it 
takes. Thanks -LJWK 



SCOTT A. SEGESDY 

Bethlehem. Pennsylvania 
This grappler took the slow tram t 
USNA via Kiski After giving th 
plumbers E D during Plebe Summe 
he quickly established himself c 
"King Ping" After "getting oft 
Plebe Year, his academics got c 
OS he worked hard in classes an 
played hard in Dahlgren, keepin 
Sallie in the picture of course. Tc 
ented, he could play "King of th 
Road" on his wash boards Thani 
for keeping Roj and Vic in line, bi 
Vic is gone and God bless Soil 
stayed, and after marrying ft 
Corps, he plans to take her alon 
Good luck Scotty and ILLIGETIMl 
NGN TATUM CARBORUNDUM 



518 • CLASS OF 1986 



"^ ' I JOHN L. SWANSON 

Mechanicsburg. Pennsylvania 

The iron man canne to Canoe U. a 

legacy, and soon etched out a 

new legend all his own A financial 

wizard, Econ was the natural major. 

and he may have even cracked a 

'"ftigri "i -_ book once during his Navy years 

«'i«cr. ;;- Now, probably not In any case, by 

firstie year he was doing time at 

GW down the way, looking odor 

able in reg civies His true claim to 

fame come on liberty, Swanee was 

the premier party-animai Drunk- 

■ ■:.-..-- ards can't get more obnoxious 

wsttron - Even cornfield jaunts 'au natural' 

»« "_ :i'. . foil to quell the spirit of this trooper, 

raised with cowboys and beoch- 

Dums Headed for nukedom, he'll 

skate thru, novel in hand Good 

Luck buddy P A 



THIRTY-FIFTH 
COMPANY 




MARC A. THIBODEAU 

Coronado. California 
Tibs came to us like a prophet, a tall 
bohemian surfer from the sun-iit 
beaches of Coronado Mr Pibs suf- 
fered through many hardships (fail- 
ing eyesight, ligaments in mutant 
leg) to achieve his Mecca-Navy 
NFO Tibs has often been suspect of 
narcolepsy (Rudi's-Andrews in sum- 
mer wts ) probably due to on ad- 
diction to "Letterhead " No slave 
to fashion Tibs set his own mark in 
clothing styles, at times by shunning 
these he set standards in humdn 
behavior Actions Cornfield sprints, 
Philly, Swim in St T. Forest fire in NY 
Tib's serious attitude 'and great 
sense of humor will insure success 
Thanks for everything, best friends- 
Good Luck JWK 




DANIEL J. WILLIAMS JR. 

Bellwood. Illinois 

I would like to thank all the people 
who have helped me through the 
four "haigest" years in my life, es- 
pecially KDV (W) —where would I 
be w/o your love and support, you 
are beautiful. Mom & Dad. you in- 
stilled in me the drive to succeed 
and be someone LCDR & Mrs Dai- 
gle. thanks for all, how can I ever 
repay you'' Capt Robinson, w/o 
you those first two years this might 
not have been possible Henry R 
you are a true friend and Christian, 
Finally, but most importantly to Je- 
sus Christ who enabled me to han- 
dle the rough sees and storms I 
love you oil To those behind— re- 
member have faith, work hard. 
and pray You will do it, just believe. 




JOHN T. YOUNG 

Towson Maryland 
It all storted plebe year when J.T. 
won the youngster j g award with- 
out even trying J T is equally at 
home on the rugby pitch as well as 
any tavern, as many rugby parties 
and nights out on 2 continents and 
4 islands will attest If J T. could only 
have studied as hard as he slept he 
no doubt would have graduated 
« 1 Nothing less than a some boom 
will ever wake him up God Bless 
Dennis the Menace will no doubt 
burn the skies over P-cola Just re- 
member anything you want is 
yours, just put your mind to it. Uncle 
Wilber would be proud as you re- 
mained a part of the ■10% ond the 
brotherhood Fly Navy. Sorry. 
GRIDS! 



35TH COMPANY • 519 



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LEONARD J. AGUILAR 

Chesapeake City. Maryland 
Squiggs came to the Academy 
from up the Chesapeake a-ways 
Freestyle Lenny gave an early indi- 
cation of his career plans when he 
snuffed out the life of a poor mouse 
sleeping in his shoe With his foot. He 
retired early junior year to spend 
more time with his love Blondes 
And his true love His car Oh the 
stories A blind date with some girl 
named Bacardi The night he 
danced rings around Jose Cuervo 
Now he is off to be one of the few 
and the proud To shoot more than 
just pictures Buena suerte mi 
amigo 



JAMES D. BARNES 

Fremont. California 
A man who is proud of where he 
came, a man who worked hard at 
his job, a man who cared, these are 
some of the characteristics that 
describe JB He hod a warped 
sense of humor and was always a 
man of few words He would de- 
scribe his stay here as, "He come 
He saw He payed the rent He 
graduated " The future looks busy 
for Jimbo Soon after he throws his 
hat in the air he will wait at the altai 
for an Eostporter From one institu- 
tion to another After that, he wil 
report to Nuke Power School' 
Whatever he is doing he will do hi; 
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KARL T. BECKETT 

Okemos. Mictiigan 
Karl has two talents: nicknames and 
dust Okemos' second most famous 
citizen, Karl aka Sgt Schultz, the 
Dancing Bear, G D , Bucket, is the 
only man to call cadence and be 
out of step Terminally good na- 
tured, Karl's unquenchable opti- 
mism gave needed relief from 
many manic depressive swings An 
armor lover. Karl once drove a new 
ARC at the Dahlgren proving 
grounds. (She was not that big. 
protested Karl unsuccessfully ) Karl's 
singles days ended when he met his 
prof's niece (I earned the B. pro- 
tested Karl unsuccessfully ) Fair 
winds and following seas. Karl and 
Joan Hit the deckplates running 
snugglebunny 



MICHAEL J. FINLEY 

West Ctiester. Pennsylvania 
Fins made two mistakes relating 
the Academy — leaving and cor 
ing back Our first impression of tt 
man came at the end of plot 
summer, when he arrived at tt 
door of our room with one should 
board on He made it throu( 
plebe year without killing his roor 
mates, although he was tempte 
He slept through youngster yee 
2/c year he found out that he he 
to study every now and then, Fi 
class year Fins earned the reput 
tion as a womanizer. In all, Mik< 
attitude towards Navy can t 
summed up in his quote "My life i; 
shambles and my ring is a fak€ 
Good luck Mike-you'll need it. 



JOHN W. GILMAN 

Frammgham. Massachusetts 
Let me tell you about . Game 6 of 
the 1975 World Series , the Celt- 
ics 30T between the Celtics and 
Suns . . the Celtics , JFK . the 
Celtics - . . the Killer Mexican Sheep 

the Celtics the Ram's Head 
, the Celtics the Japanese Mon- 
ument the Celtics the real 
Cheers ... the Celtics Wednes- 
day . the Celtics . . the Main 
Gate the Celtics Team 

Banzai . . the Celtics . the Vine- 
yord . the Celtics the proletar- 
iat the Celtics . . Mike and i 
running interference . . the Celtics 

the Fiero . the Celtics 
Lauderdale the Celtics the 
money, power, and women the 
Celtics . hopefully Majorca and 
Morocco the Red Sox 



DONALD B. GRENNON 

Trumbull. Connecticut 
Grizwald Happiness lies m conquer- 
ing one's enemies, in driving them in 
front of oneself, m taking their prop- 
erty, in savoring their despair, m 
outraging their wives and daugh- 
ters Truly a model midshipman' 



MATTHEW J. HICKEY 

Bay Stiore. New York 
Matt hod fun here at Camp Good- 
times 1styear-f?owing&CT took 
charge, both of which lost In the 
end, Partyl, BS? PI. Eurol: 2nd UofM 
RT's, Last of good grades: 3rd- 
Eboat CO, Grp12, Euroll. Mt 
Schlong. BRICK, Partyii. (Honda 
500). DS (penpals, RmgD) The LAST 
year Pres VGA, What's a WE'' 
852311' BSll Somelikes-Family & 
Pols. Rowing p). L&A Babes, Beer, 
Sweaters, Baseball, Hotdog Apple- 
Pie, Chevrolet, Owing no credit, 
TOUGH relationships. Beaches, Par- 
ties Marathons, Pictures, Firels. S&G, 
Tim's place. Trips, Motorcycles, 
Memories. T's. "classy" cars Matt 
surprised us w/SS SEALS Best of 
Luck, you deserve the BEST. A 
great guy, a great friend Never for- 
get U, Buddies for life' P 



JOEL BRET HILKE 

Pans. Kentucky 

From his plebe summer chow calls 
one could easily identify this Ken- 
tuckian: "Sir. ya now have ten min- 
utes to noon meal fermation." In 
time. Joel lost most of his accent, 
but as one of his many roomates 
told him. he never changed his in- 
ward values. Joel get involved in 
the Glee Club. Choir, honor con- 
cept, and various Christian groups, 
yet he still managed to get good 
grades. Whatever J.B. does, he will 
work hard, and trust in God Prov- 
erbs 3 5-6 




BRUCE R. HUDSON 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 
Bruce came to us from the Amish 
Heartland of Lancaster, PA , drawn 
by the familiar block wardrobe and 
restrictive lifestyle Military life failed 
to cure him of his narcolepsy and of 
his dangerous delusion of being 
Mario Andretti Hudson Hardly terri- 
fied of heights, not even 5 meters. 
Bruce decided on EE We couldn't 
figure it out. since all he wanted 
were languages, travel, and for- 
eign women He was quite the en- 
trepreneur, so to speak, with thou- 
sands of untried ideas After the 
hope of NPQ dissapeared, Bruce 
gave m to the $6000 trap, consid- 
ering it venture capital He was, 
needless to soy. a model midship- 
man in both word and deed 



WILLIAM C. KIESTLER 

Puyallup. Washington 
Bill was the Horatio Alger of the Na- 
val Academy He had the quickest 
of wits, the sharpest of minds, and 
the calmest of manners. His only 
fear was that he might be allergic 
to blondes and then he met The 
Fluff R D. 



GEORGE P. KOBLER 

Huntsville. Alabama 
George brought with him a cast of 
characters that would be the envy 
of any psychoanalyst A man of 
few words (he knew only three). 
Feedback was never without a 
Camel and a new addition to his 
wardrobe The 36th Co. Fashion rep 
was infamous for the Chocolate 
Donut Fiasco of '84. sleeping in the 
shower, clearing out Bamberger's. 
Porta-Cooters. lawn jockeys, the 
Mao Tsetung invitational, and 
drooling on MTV With a list of con- 
quests OS long as his big toe, the 
nameless, faceless many were the 
breeding ground of this young hel- 
lion Just ask Stains. Snake. Monkey 
Wright, Shemp Samboni. or any of 
the others about him. and they'll all 
tell you the same: "George wtio?" 
MGM 



KERRY S. KRAUSE 

Austin, Texas 

Schlomo came to USNA from Aus- 
tin. TX by way of a Rand McNoliy 
and several UTurns. When asked 
about his 2 yrs at U T.. naturally the 
conversation would turn to com- 
puters. His only love was eating, un- 
til 180 hrs. after meeting what's her 
name 1st class summer After a ka- 
makazi attack by o flying mouse. 
Kerry realized that the only adven- 
ture he wanted was what the corps 
could Supply Buena suerte. Shako 
Bro. 



36TH COMPANY • 521 



ANDREW M. LYNCH 

Mfflhburg. Pennsylvania 
Soon after Andy's arrival, he began 
his reign of terror Among the hum- 
bled are "P" and "Q" During the 
last week of plebe year, Andy de- 
cided to teach Rumphy and Q one 
last lesson The Avanti will never be 
the same. On that note, neither will 
Beck's belly. All through the Acade- 
my, though, he has been a great 
friend and is always willing to intro- 
duce you to women out in town 
This IS a practice that he has cut 
down on drastically in the past year 
being somewhat tied down. Lucky 
lady. Lucky guy too It now looks 
rather dubious as to whether he will 
meet that final graduation 
requirement 



JAMES S. MAYBERRY 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Highlights of Moybs' career self- 
promotion to youngster J.G., trips 
home, squad parties, the 924, the 
living towel, the long green table, 
weekends! class privileges, Sandy, 
a 2 cum (at lost). Sandy, detoil, 
cake cruises, Sandy, USMC/ USS 
Iowa, (you coll it), anchor quest, 
the Olympics, Quontico taxi (did 
you tip her), and finally-Sandy Are 
you two engaged yet? Jim. a 
gouge hound of almost inhuman 
capabilities, managed to earn a 
college degree without getting an 
education If there was an easier 
way to do it. Jim would find it We 
wish Jim and Sandy well. Remem- 
ber: If it wasn't good enough. It 
wouldn't be the minimum 



MICHAEL G. MISHIK 

Red Bank, New Jersey 
His name was Mike, but everyone 
coiled him "Mike " He was born in 
the back woods of Brooklyn with a 
severe handicap, no hips His par- 
ents forced him to come to the 
Academy so he could find some 
tough kids to be his friends Nice, 
but tough During his sentence, he 
met a bevy of fiancees Verna. 
Kothy. Liz, Maria, and a cast of a 
handful His favorite pastimes were 
in Volvos, escorting blind relatives, 
and whaling When down South, 
about to taste his first deer pizza, 
he is known to utter the words, "UH- 
OH!" "Debris Man," "Stains," "Lint," 
- call him what you will, he still won't 
leave GPK 



STEPHEN C. O'ROURKE 

Trumbull. Connecticut 
SCO arrived here because of a lost 
bet, coming from the social center 
of the universe with Grizwold on the 
buddy plan, the blind leading the 
lost Glum, so branded by Kiki. nev- 
er lost his passion for soap and his 
dangerous habit of lending which 
turned his car into the 86 of 36 frot 
house Despite losing his shoulder in 
a devastating squash match he 
failed to get NPQ and got what he 
got "We're doomed." did I soy 
thaf Sco was. of course, a model 
midshipman both in word and 
deed 




THOMAS E. OSBORN 

Alexandria. Virginia 
From the first day of plebe summer 
Oz thought he hod this place wired, 
that was until he fell head over 
rates for our squad leader. From 
then on it was smooth sailing with 
the off-shore team until 1/c year 
when the call of pure Rocky Moun- 
tain spring water and a certain 
"towny" lured him to endless round 
trips to Univ, of Del , Our friendship, 
though sometimes disguised as pa- 
rental guidance, has survived 4 
years as roomates and the 3 and 
half we spent arguing, I still love ya 
Oz, Good luck to you and your 
"Olympic" dote, P,S, I won't miss 
your "noisey" wind In the morning 



KENT A. PARO 

Downers Grove. Illinois 
P Loves-babes, bars, basketball, 
beer-bongs. Britches, burritos, fire in 
the hole, football, girls, lifting, Mas- 
tercard, roodtrips, Visa & women, 
Disloves -none, Plebe (football) 
Year Thanksgiving '82 with Linda. 
4/C party (fly off balcony) 3/C 
Year bye Rat, Army Navy 8t C.F,. 
thrashing with Uncle. Bobs party (fist 
through wall), bye Gory, 2/C Year; 
E boat. Europe (Mt Schlong), soft- 
ball champs, combat town, E pit., 
LB, scream. Ft Laud, party & mocy- 
cle crash (we owe Him), 1/C Year 
DDG 8 (Mexico, joy), Maura (Mrs 
Righf), CO & QB (brigade 
champs), K,, Thu-eves, P. D would 
be proud- 1 am, love you, & will nev- 
er forget our years. Go kick some 
butt with Nuke, Pencilneck, MJH 



SCOTT M. QUINLAN 

Fairfax. Virginia 

Go Novyl Beat Army! 



SCOTT C. RUMPH 

Danville. California 
Scrumph come here with a limited 
set of goals to drink as much beer 
as humanly possible in four years, 
have constant female companion- 
ship, and get maximum credit for 
minimal efforts The only thing he 
couldn't figure out was why he hod 
to wear uniforms and coll all these 
idiots "sir" Some standout mo- 
ments include Clark's trips, 48 for 
80, heavies champs, and the Dahl- 
gren girl he kept Rumphy is one of 
those guys who keeps you laughing 
so you'll buy him another beer HI 
call you in Orlando so we can ar- 
gue some more Go get em Mutt' 



522 • CLASS OF 1986 



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scon J. SEPANSKI 

North Tonawanda, New York 
Plebe year Skibone put his efforts 
into studying during the week and 
dumpster stealth on Saturday night 
Youngster year found Skibone a 
lazy math major with a permanent 
pkDce in the Dahlgren beer line As 
o 2/c, Ski and Aves pined the 
EMBC for on extended engage- 
ment but kept his sanity through 
continued hop worship 1/c year 
gave Ski his big 2-1 day but cost 
hrn S20 (The stories were worth it!). 
With a greater tolerance for beer 
txjt less for matrimony Ski soon 
found himself committed to a 
sweet hometown girl. Good luck 
you big Surface Warrior, the Navy 
wii need it SCR 



DAVID J. SHERIDAN 

Doytestown, Pennsylvania 
Dave came to USNA from Doyles- 
town. Pa , via Texas He expected 
a challenge but found little other 
than from a Chevy Malibu young- 
ster year, and a couple blondes He 
finally unloaded the car on his 
brother and the blondes are any- 
one's guess. His capabilities were fi- 
nally recognized first closs year and 
he was made brigade adjutant 
That's what happens when you tell 
the Sup that the accountability 
system needs work Dave earned a 
medal during service selection for 
keeping. 1Adm. 2Capts. 1Lcdr, 
2Lts. and 100 mids confused for 
nearly a month Best of luck, you'll 
go for whatever you do 




WARBEN STERLING STEWART III 

Cuiimon. AiaDoma 
I Combread Those in authority find it 
ntolerabie to hove a subordinate 
wtvD has a mind of his own Truly a 
rrxxJel midshipman! 



THIRTY-SIXTH 
COMPANY 



MARK S. TUNEFF 

Bnagetown, Maryiana 
A backwards farmboy from the 
Eastern Shore. Mark always coiis 
them as he sees them Rarely at a 
loss for words, he draws many a 
hearty chuckle with his earthy hu- 
mor Mark sacrificed many week- 
ends to the mechanical deities to 
overcome his mobility to draw 
straight lines and be an engineer 
He spends his spare time tinkering 
with engines and girls He can make 
an engine purr Girls ore another 
story At least engines don't talk 
back Jilted by marines and blinded 
by geeking. Mark has opted for ab- 
sorbing radiation in big boots His 
diligence, stubbornness, and com- 
mon sense will undoubtably lead 
him to success. 




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FAIR WINDS & FOLLOWING SEAS 



MIKE S. WELLS 

Alamogordo, New Mexico 
Mike came to the academy from 
the state of nuclear testing He got 
off to o greet start when one of his 
plebe year roommates became 
neurotic. In the years that followed 
Mike's girls were like his roommates 
He always had one, but always a 
different one. He seemed to t\ave a 
sixth sense for picking up women 
until Julie came along and ended 
that. Mike chose the computer 
route and will be plodding the briny 
blue on a big gray one with the rest 
of us hackers. Best of luck in the 
fleet, you've got what it takes. 
Roommates beginning and end, 
friends forever 




NICHOLAS J. ZAFFIRIS 

Northport, New York 
Kiki Vondegwhe-You didn't wake 
up this morning because you didn't 
go to bed, you were watching the 
whites of your eyes turn red' Just 
another chance in which to excel 
Truly a model midshipman! 




524 • THE CLASS OF 1986 




THOSE WE LEFT BEHIND 



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Frederick L. I, Acosta 
Jeffrey Dereck Adams 
David P. Adiard 
Scott A, Akers 
Phil Cecil Ozoa Alabata 
John Alberstadt 
John C. Allman 
John Bruce Anderson 
Andrew M. Armstrong 
Paul A, Arnone 
John Francis Avery 
Gory Robert Ayers 
Blair Andrew Babcock 
Hector Randolph Banda 
Kenneth Marion Barnes 
Frank Joseph Barone 
Thomas P, Barry 
Bretton Batchelor 
Kenneth R Beck 
Brian Donald Bickford 
Lawrence Bigler 
Mark Christopher Black 
Gregory Scott Blanchard 
John H. Bogan 
Juan C, Bolivar 
Daniel Bourgeois 
Edward Vincent Bradley 
Charles Austin Brewer 
Michael Brilleslyper 
Gregory Rene Broussard 
Chad Matthew Bruske 
Cynthia Ann Bunce 
Shaun Joseph Burke 
Craig P, Burow 
Jackie Lee Burton 
Daniel T, Butterbrodt 
David Andrew Byrnes 

Denise Grace Caballero 

Danny Glen Callahan 

David B. Callahan 

vVilliam Calvert 

Elisabethe Marie Cambre 

.)avid M. Campbell 

'^icardo Antonio Contu 

Michael D, Carruthers 

<;enzo Casillas 

rrnest Rocco Cavallaro 

Albert Cowley 

•lory Beth Cernicek 

ohn Thomas Chatelain 

Todd R, Chytraus 

<elly Ann Clark 

John Anthony Clopeck 

Robert Paul Coffel 

Raymond Coleman 

;aren Mary Colton 

Arthur H, Conley 

, Jean Cooley 

'ic William Coulter 

•lartin Randall Crone 

jovid A. Crawford 
teven Donald Cronquist 

■nan P. Crowley 

Gerard Paul Current 

/lichaet Edward Cutts 

'avid Owen Dalton 

onathan Mike Davis 
tephen Charles Deguire 
obert Emmet Dennehy 
ose Dan Diaz 
leboroh Kaethe Dienst 
aniel Matthew Dimicelli 
athleen Mary Donelan 
homas Andrew Donoghue 
3hn Stuart Dooley 
atrick Dennis Doyle 
hristine Ann Draper 
3hn Bernard Drew 



Douglas Floyd Duffee 
Rodger W Duncan 
Michael Paul Duron 
John D. Elmore 
John George Emerick 
Tamara Jean Estes 
John Evancevich 
Glenn F. Exiine 
Thomas R, Falkner 
Allen Farrington 
George G. Fernandez 
Janet Lynne Fietz 
John Thomas Fitzpatrick 
Wayne Matthew Flood 
Stephen Wallace Fowler 
Elaine C. Friel 
David Alex Garcia 
Stephen Gardello 
John Michael Gephart 
Robert Dongwhan Ghim 
Anthony Max Gomez 
Joseph S, Grabill 
Paul Leon Grabowsky 
Scott Archie Graustein 
Thomas John Greenlee 
Keith John Grochow 
Matthew Glenn Grosz 
Jeffrey James Haan 
Jon Willard Haas 
David Gerard Hagan 
Laurence Nelson Hagood 
Daniel Mark Hole 
Lavinia A. Hales 
Glenn William Hall 
Anthony L. Hammel 
William J. Harkin 
Glenn E. Harms 
Shawnnesy G, Hart 
Dennis Harvey 
Carrie Jane Hebert 
James Paul Hennessey 
Michael Ramon Herring 
Kris W. Hillstrand 
Eric Christian Hince 
Thomas James Hirsch 
James Dewitt Hopkins 
David Lawrence Houseal 
John David Howay 
E, M, Hrnicek 
Christin Anthony Hughes 
Albert Lee Hutchison 
John Paul Iselin 
Kyle Andre Jackson 
Peter Charles Jackson 
Terrance Sheldon Jackson 
Joseph Wade Johnson 
Sarah Kazuko Jones 
Matthew E Jordan 
Matthew James Jordan 
Thomas John Kelly 
Timothy Kennedy 
Alan D. Kenny 
Christopher Lee Kensington 
Patrick Joseph Kerrigan 
Eugene Wallace King 
Nicholas G Kledzik 
Richard Alan Knar 
Michael Alan Koleber 
Andrew James Kovach 
John Henry Krege 
David Paul Krishfield 
Paul Anthony Kuplinski 
Robert John Kuzy 
Robert Helmut Laemmie 
Michael Peter Lalli 
Allen W Lalor 
Gregg Tracy Landkamer 
David J. Lane 



Leonard Michael Lawrence 
Taylor Walton Lawrence 
James Chan Lee 
Thomas R. Leithauser 
Dwight D. Lewis 
Joseph E. Ligos 
Jan Erik Lindgren 
Kendall Lee Linn 
Roger Edmund Lloyd 
Cesar Hugo Lopez 
Steven Ray Lopez 
Harry Daniel Lowe 
Clifton F. Lucas 
Paul William Luebbe 
Paul James Luehr 
Dean Fitzgerald Lueke 
Daniel J, Maestas 
Carl Ortiz Malone 
Robert Mangino 
Scott E. Marzluf 
George W, Maschke 
Kenneth Louis Mastropaolo 
John A, Matelski 
Lorry B, Mayberry 
Taylor Britt McCall 
Christopher Sean McCarthy 
Michael Patrick McCarthy 
Richard Scott McClonohan 
Christopher J McCrea 
Howard Dale McFadden 
Michael Patrick McGill 
Robert J. McGuire 
Robert Milton McGuire 
Timothy James McKenzie 
James Jeffreys McNair 
Mary Lucille McNeill 
Michael Herbert Menninger 
David Francis Metzbower 
Michael W Meyer 
Edwin Ross Miller 
Harmon C. Miller 
Gary Wayne Minter 
Edwin Jude Miranda 
Patrick Cass Moan 
Carlo Alfred Montemayor 
Richard V, Morris 
Cynthia Ann Murray 
Nelson M. Navarro 
Craig Neill 

David Howard Nelsen 
Jeffrey Joy Newton 
Perry Lee Nicodemus 
George Nikitensko 
Edward Joseph Nixon 
Levi Benedict Noguess 
George Robert Norris 
Jeffrey Anthony Novock 
Richard J O'Hara 
Douglas L. Okey 
Thomas Willard Olsen 
Thomas Fitz Henry Ovens 
John Patrick Overton 
Arthur Ferrer Polaganas 
Amy Marie Parker 
Sarah S, Pease 
William Richard Pell 
Nancy Diana Pelosi 
Valerie Suzanne Peoples 
Victor Allen Perez 
Forrest Dean Petersen 
Dana James Pitt 
Paul E. Pittman 
John Mark Pool 
Brian Robert Porter 
Ronald E. Prass 
John R Pribble 
Richard Renshaw Radcliffe 
Paul Gregory Ramey 



F. O. Ramirez 
Laurence C. Ratcliffe 
Robert Reap 
Matthew Lewis Reddick 
Ronald D, Redwing 
Frank Wyatt Render 
Clyde W, Reynolds 
Ralph Daniel Richardson 
Ryan Gibson Richey 
David John Ritmiller 
Francisco Rivera 
Patricia Marie Roberts 
Karl M, Robinson 
Robert Matthew Rosingana 
Lynne Marie Rossman 
Eric Paul Rupp 
Kenneth Michael Ryan 
Peter Ryan 
James Eugene Ryder 
David Johnston Saffold 
Anna Mario Solas 
Andrew John Sondor 
Mogdolena Santos 
Kurt Walter Schletter 
Robert Totten Schmitt 
Shawn Michael Schroder 
Ronald D. Sharp 
Edward Charles Short 
Charles William Sieg 
Thomas Francis Simoes 
Michael Sinacore 
Craig Steven Smith 
Mark Anderson Smith 
Tonya Rene Smith 
Mark Alan Spears 
Andrew P. Spencer 
Kelly D. Steele 
E. Stoffregen 
Michael Lee Sullivan 
Scott A, Sutherland 
Thomas Jeffrey Sutherlin 
Larry A. Switzer 
Robert Wolfgang Tabb 
Michael Taggort 
Derek Scott Taylor 
Michael Allen Testen 
William Gerard Thurlow 
A. J, Tiahnybok 
Arthur D, Toler 
Joseph Vintent Tranchini 
Seomus T. Tuohy 
Tracy Elayne Turner 
James John Vahsen 
Ronald James Vauk 
Billy Joseph Velasquez 
Desiree Marie Villorreal 
Reed Stuart Vomhot 
Charles Lynn Wagner 
Bonnie Merritt Walter 
Steven Weast 
William Whealon 
Ronald A White 
Anne Marie Wierzbicki 
Rick Charles Wilcome 
Mark Charles Witte 
Mark A Woyna 
Susan Ann Wymon 
C S Young 
David Scott Young 
Joseph Alan Ziobro 



THOSE WE LEFT BEHIND • 525 



FIRST COMPANY 

A snappy salute to Ensign Eric J, Bruner and On© Co 
Pride and love. Turney. David, Mother and Dad 

Congratulation and best wisties Fun One The family 
of James DiCompli, 1st Company 

SECOND COMPANY 

Congratulations and best wishes to Bill and the Class 
of '86, You're the Greatest! From all the Fllnters. 

FOURTH COMPANY 

Congratulations to the Fourth Co, Class of 86 and 
good luck to all the members of the Navy Hockey 
team We hove enjoyed your games 8t will be look- 
ing forward to your visit to Boston The Bowen 
family 

Congratulation and best wishes to the Class of 86 
from the family of Christopher C Ramos 04th Co We 
love you Chris! From Eve, Joy, Mom and Dad' 

Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 86 
from the family of Rick Dansey, 4th Co, We love you 
Rick, From Cheri, Scott, Aubrey, Ryan, Brenton, Mom 
and Dadi 

FIFTH COMPANY 

Gene, a dream come true! May all your dreams 
become a reality and we pray that happiness, love 
and success be always with you We ore very proud 
of you and the Class of 86 To the 5th Co, wherever 
you go, whatever you do, remember you always 
hove a port in the storm! Love Mom, Dad, Burgess 8( 
Uncle Bob 

Congratulations Class of 86! 5th Co 8c Ron OIko in 
particular USMC got the best! Love. Dad and Mom 

After three sons graduating from the Naval Acade- 
my we can truly say we love you all and will miss you 
especially Co 5 and the Class of 86, Best wishes from 
the Donofrios, 

Congratulations Ensign Bory Gerson We love you 
Mom, Dad, and Erik, 

SIXTH COMPANY 

Congratulations Class of 86 and Patricia Anne 
Reeves, 6th Co, Your high standards and determi- 
nation ore your best gift to yourself and us. You ore 
our pride and joy. We love you, Tricia! Dad, Mom & 
Gevan 

Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 86, 
especially to all members of 6th Company and 
Copt Dillord, USMC for the professional acheive- 
ment in winning the honor of "Color" Co From the 
family of Rick (Tuti) Bodziak, 6th Co, We love you 
Rick From Marty & Lois, Don 8i Bobs, Cheri & Bren- 
dan, Tom, Mom 8( Dad, Brent, Matt, Trov 8c Scott, 

Slock Six "The Best Mix" We love you all, but espe- 
cially our "Royal " Congratulations from Mom, 
Papa, Nicole, and Cloudine 

Congratulation and best wishes to the Class of 86 
Our heartfelt gratitude to the 6th Co friends of 
Croig McSovoney and to their parents. Love, Mom, 
Dad and Janet, 

Congratuotions to Louis and Class of 86 and 6th Co 
God Bless You always, from Mom, Daddy and Eruin 

SEVENTH COMPANY 

Congratulations to the Class of 86 from the family of 
William A Jones 7th Co, We love you "Wilbur" from 
Mom, Dad, Barbara, and Grandma, 



Congratulations Ens John Denuto Were so very 
proud of your accomplishments Way to go' Mom & 
Dad, 

EIGHTH COMPANY 

Congratulations to the Class of 86 from the Gruto 
family Danny, we ore proud of you Love, Mom, 
Dad, Gabe Cristino, Mike and Grandma! 

Congratulations Ens Lance Loepke Class of 86 & the 
8th Co, We ore very proud and love you. Lance' 
Your fan club and family. Mom, Dick, and Wikoll 

Congratulations Class of 86 Best wishes to 8th Co 
"Happy Tailgoting" from Frank and Pot Rous and 
family. Love you, Ray! 

Congrats to Tony Istvon 8c the 8th Co Fly high' Love, 
Mom, Tom, Jenny 

Congratulations 8th Co from the Jones' Best wish- 
es Steven, Mom 8c Dad 

NINETH COMPANY 

Well done Jim and '86' The McNeals 

TENTH COMPANY 

Congratulation and best wishes to the Class of 86 
"Good Times" 10th Co and Christopher Lawrence 
Campion We love you Mom, Dad, Lisa, Colin, 8c 
Jenny, 

Congratulations graduates of "Good Times Ten " 
Good luck in your careers. The Costello's, 

The family of Joseph F Wollis 10th Co, wishes the 
best for the Class of 86, Love you, Pancho From 
Mama, Papa, Deb and Carmen 

ELEVENTH COMPANY 

Congratulations to Class of 86, We love you. Lt 
Robert G Acosto From Mom. Fino. Margie. Ron. 
Richie. Lolie 

TWELFTH COMPANY 

Congratulation and best wishes to the Class of 86 
from the parents of Anthony Devino 12th Co, Sem- 
per Fi, Tony 

Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 86 
from the family of Greg Minogue. 12th Co Greg, 
we ore so very proud of you We knew you could 
do it! May God bless you always Love ya tons. 
Mom. Da. Donna, 

THIRTEENTH COMPANY 

To 2nd Lt KIpp A, Collins. USMC. one of the few. the 
proud. May God bless you always. Kip, Our best 
wishes to 13th Co, and Class of 86, Semper Fi, Dad. 
Mom. and Ted 

Congratulations to the Class of 86 and best wishes 
to Thirteenth Co from the family of Jay Snider, We 
love you. Joy From Sherri, John, Mom, and Dad- Go 
for the best! 

Congrats to the 13th "Hot Tubbers" You will always 
be welcome at our home. Thanks for memories of 
four proud years The Nobles 

Congratulations to the Class of 86 and best wishes 
to Thirteenth Co from the family of Joy Snider We 
love you. Joy From Sherri, John, Mom and Dad- Go 
for the best' 

FOURTEENTH COMPANY 

Congratulations and best wishes to the class of 86 



from the family of Stephen Voroni, 14th Co We 
love you, Stephen, and God Bless You from Mom, 
Dad, Peter, and Moxie 

Congratulations 14th Co and the Class of 86 from 
the family of Steve Show, Solly Mom, and Dad, : 

FIFTEENTH COMPANY : 

Best of luck and success Class of 86 at the start of a 
new career From the family of Chester Mokuch, A 
special congratulation to the 15th Co We love you 
all Mom, Dad, Tommy and Lisa 

The Bronx salutes the 15th Co Good luck We'll 
remember you always, all us Mattel's are proud of 
you Thank you John, we love you From Dad, Mom, 
Nicky 8c Liz 

Glenn- May the Lord continue to watch over you, 
Tony, and other graduates of 15th Co We love 
you. Mom, Dad, and Sandy 

To our son, Richard H Price, and the outstanding' 
young men of 15th Co, We send our love one 
warmest wishes We'll always remember our ful' 
house and fantastic moments on Army/Novy 
weekends Mom 8c Bill 

Best wishes to Class of 86 Good luck to George, Cc 
15 and sailing team Love, Mom. Dad, 8c brothers 

I 

With love and pride we congratulate you Davie 
McGee and the 15th Co Crew Thanks for the won' 
derful memories God bless you all Mom, Dad, one 
the whole McGee clan 

SIXTEENTH COMPANY \ 

I 
May each new experience drive you to higher aspi 
rations, may you never lose compassion in ocheiv' 
ing your goals We love you, Becki from the Baczul 
Bunch 

Allright John' To you and all of 16th Co We lovi 
you. Mom 8c Dad Russ 

SEVENTEENTH COMPANY 

Sharing fun and home with 17th and friends was th^ 
greatest. Buddy! Congratulations, Company Corr 
mander Brian K Moore-Ensign-Novigotor, Our lov 
and God's blessing always Mom, Laura. Ama (.', 
Dad in absentia) 

Way to go Class of 86! Mark Fork has come a Ion 
way We are so proud of you. Love. Mom. Dad. on 
all your family 

To the Class of 86. 17 Co 8c Curtis Brown, Your 
something else Dad 

Congratulations and best of luck to the Class of t 
from the family of Jeff Whelon. Co 18, We're proL 
of you. Jeff From Mom, Dad. Erin. Sherri. Tim. or 
Deb 

NINETEENTH COMPANY 

Ensign Kevin Delomer. with love and pride we salu 
you. Dad. Mom. Brian, and Michael 

Northern California Kudo's to USNA 1986 graduot. 
from the family of 19th Co John Wilczynski: Parent 
John and Rita. sister-Julie. fiance-Dorlene! Jol~ 
you're #1! Congrats on your dreom-Pansacolo 
flying 

Congratulations Class of 86 Thumbs up to Schlie 
Gooder. Geez. Mugsy Gloves. Chief, and Scott 
19th Co, From the Schneider family 

Congratulations! Best wishes and good luck to ti 
Class of 86 19th Co, We love you Jeff from Mo 



526 • PATRONS ADS 



Pops, Jean, Grandma and Relatives 

Congratulations Ulysses 19th Co Class of 86 Love, 
Mom. Dad, Cindy Maceda 

Congratulations to Ed Wentz and the Class of 86 
especially the IPth Co and the D&B We love you 
Ed. From Mom. Dad. and Missy, 

For our special son. Scott Helmets Thanks to every- 
one at the Naval Academy who recognized your 
talent and helped you become a Trident Scholar 
and winner of the Alumni Association award We 
love you dearly, your favorite parents 

, TWENTIETH COMPANY 

Good luck! God bless the 20th Co Best wishes. 
Mott's mom Muckelbauer 

Congratulations Lt Nathan Scott Moorei You're a 
Marine now' We're very proud of you God bless 
you, always Good job Class of 86. We love you, 
Dod. Rita, and Jason, 

TWENTY-FIRST COMPANY 

Congratulations Lucy Simonian and 21st Co Our 
pride, love and prayers are with you always Mom, 
Dad, Kirk and Elisa 

Rob Bazan. we love you for everything you are 
God bless you, 21st and the Class of 86 Dad and 
Mom 

Godspeed David Stumhoffer Love from Mom. Dad. 
Mary. Matt. Tim. & PP 

TWENTY-SECOND COMPANY 

Our best to the 22nd Co and the Class of 86 from 
the proud family of Walt Belch REmember us when 
your travels bring you to Conn, 

Congratulations to the Class of 86 from the family of 
James D Reed. II Congratulations Eric Fenton and 
the 22nd Co We're proud of you & the excellent 
lod you've done We love you Mom. Dad. Rosy 8i 
Don 

We love you Chip McC. Mom & Stew, 

Congratulations to the Class of 86 and especially to 
■hsign Tracy Howard We love you and are very 
Droud of your accomplishments! Best of luck from 
-Oyne. Lauren. Pam. Debbie. Ginger. Mom and Dad 

TWENTY-THIRD COMPANY 

.Congratulations 86 & the 23rd Co from the Jaquet 
amily We are so proud. Jamie! Love from all of us, 

TWENTY-FOURTH COMPANY 

hanks to all the sponsors, especially Joe and Peggy 
^itts, from the other parents. Way to go boys from 
/lemphis Yo'll done good, especially Robert Gilmer 
rem his family: Mom. Dad. Cary and Alan, 

he best of the best to the Class of 86 from the 
amily of Raymond Poinsette 24th Co, Love to you 
'oy from Mom, Pop. Cheryl. Kenny. Antie & 
Grandmother. 

-ongratulations and continued success to the 24th 
^o. 86 Class from the family of Fred O'Neill. Love, 
■lorn. Dad. Brenda. and Dave 

Congratulations and good luck to the Class of 86 
om the family of Ruben Baerga (Macho) 24th Co 
'O track team! We love you all From Mom. Pops, 
'enise & Lincoln. 

WENTY-FIFTH COMPANY 



With pride and love we salute our potty "Pete" and 
25th Co Keep reaching for rainbows always Mom, 
Dad, Mary Helen. Al, Tom. Jeanne, Karen, and 
Chrissy Peterson. 

Best wishes and fair sailing to 25th Company's Class 
of 86, We miss you all. Fondly, the Redmonds 

Soupy said it. we second it Congratulations and full 
speed ahead to the Class of 86 From the family of 
Ken Kwietniak 25th Co Our very best wishes. 

Congratulations and best wishes to Michael 
Leeney. the 25th Company, and the baseball 
team. We knew you could do it. Michael, you are 
one in a million We're proud of you and your out- 
standing achievements, both academic and ath- 
letic With pride and love always. Mom and Dad. 
Chris, Kay, Mario, Linda, Michael, and all of your 
friends and relativesi 

TWENTY-EIGHTH COMPANY 

Way to go 28th Company! Hope to see you all 
again Good luck from your favorite sponsors- the 
whole Quintan Gang- Mike, Carol, Kevin, Sean, Col- 
leen, and Neil. 

Bear hugs 28 Co Luv all the Rupps 

A toast to 28th Co, Class of 86, especially to Ens 
Gene Burke, USN-the best there ever was- from 
Joan. Kevin. Emmet. Mary Pat. Lt Tom, Mom. and 
Dad Happy Landings! 

To Battalion Commander Don Braswell & 28th Co 
86- "If I take the wings of the morning and dwell in 
the uttermost ports of the sea. Even there your 
hand will Lead me and your right hand hold me fast" 
Psalm 139: 8 8t 9 Love. Mom. Dad. Paul. Neal. Roy II. 
Kelly, &. Trey 

Congratulations to the Class of 86 from the family of 
Chris Soler 28 

Ensign Michael J Parker- We and the Rehorns never 
said "If" just "When." Ya dun good Mikey! Love & 
best of luck. Mom. Dad. and Grama 

TWENTY-NINETH COMPANY 

Congratulations Ray and the Class of 86 and the 
29th Co from the family of Ray Malskis We love you 
all 

Congratulation to Ens Russell Lindsey and the GREAT 
29th CO, Love Mom 

Congratulations and love to the Class of 86 and 
especially the 29 Co from the Richard Mauch family 
We all new you could do it Kevini 

We are proud of you From the fomily of Alan Jaru- 
sewski 29th Co 



THIRTIETH COMPANY 

We are so proud! Congratulations Pat Walsh and 
30th Company! We love you, Ann. Mom and Dad 

Aloha. Sue Korol and 30th Company You did it 
Much love from your proud family Susan! God Bless 

Congratulations and best wishes to the Class Of 86 
from the family of Joe English, 30th Co, May all your 
missions be peaceful We're proud of you, Joe! Suc- 
cess in Nuke Power, Love from Lisa. Mom. & Dad 

THIRTY-FIRST COMPANY 

Congratulations to the Class of 86 from the proud 
family of John Bamonte 31st Co We love you John 
from Mom, Dad, and Paul 



Best wishes to Don Stedham Co 31 and Tau Beat 
Lesboys Fair winds and following seas for you and 
your classmates. We love you Dad, Coomie Lee, 
and Danny 

Donny Bubba!! We're so proud of you and the boys! 
Martha, Shawn, Patrick and "Barney," 

Congratulations Don and Co 31 Love Ina. Mike, 
Glen, Katie and Keith, 

Good luck to our submariner. Ens Peter VIoedman, 
and the Class of 86, Grandma and Grandpa 
Landahl, 

Congratulations to the Class of 86 from the family of 
Peter VIoedman. 31st Company, We love you Peter 
8i wish you fair winds and calms seas in your chosen 
career. Go with God. 

Congratulations "Schultz " 8i Class of 86 with much 
love and pride in your accomplishments. From the 
family of Peter VIoedman- Mom, Dad and Mark 
Landahl. 

THIRTY-SECOND COMPANY 

To the Mid who wanted to "Walk on water & fly 
without wings" Congratulations Ensign Louis Partida 
on a job well done BS in Aerospace Engineering 8t 
varsity offshore sailing award winner! With love and 
pride. Mom & Dad 

Congratulations ond fair weather sailing to Class of 
86; the Brian Flachsbart family Bless you, Brian, 

THIRTY-THIRD COMPANY 

Best wishes to the Class of 1986, From the family of 
Kyle King, 33rd Co We love you. Kyle. From Stacy. 
Mom. and Dad 

God be with you always Class of 86 from the family 
of Dan Beldy 33rd Co. Karen. Steven. Ellen. Mom & 
Dad 

Hots oft to the Class of 86. 33rd Co and "Our Mid" 
Richard Wheat. Love. Mom and Dad, 

THIRTY-FOURTH COMPANY 

Congratulations to the Class of 86 from the family of 
John Baker 34th Co, We love you, John and we are 
very proud of you Mau God's peace go before 
you. From Mom and Dad, 

Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 86 
from Bill Rohm's family. Semper Fidelis, Club 34, 

Congratulations to the Class of 86 from Bill McCor- 
mick's mom. 

THIRTY-SIXTH COMPANY 

Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 86 
and the 36th Company from the family of George 
Kobler We are proud of you, George Jon. Mom. 
and Dad- 
Super job '86. best of luck to all from the family of 
David Sheridan. 36th Co. Mom, Dad, Dan- Go Navy! 

Congratulations Ens Bruce Hudson and all the fine 
men of the 36 Co That wave provided us with so 
many fond memories- from tailgaters to parties at 
the camper- We say thank you and Godspeed Lots 
of love. Mom. Dad. Cheryl. Jeff 8c Brad 

Congratulations and best wishes to Scott and the 
"Good Times" 36th Co from Mom. Dad Rumph and 
Uncle Bud Love you! You're the greatest! 



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The amateur radio club (W3ADO) 
provided interested midst^ipmen, offi- 
cers, and faculty the facilities and in- 
struction to increase their knowledge 
of radio communications and elec- 
tronics. The club operated an amateur 
radio station for member use, and co- 
operates with amateur radio organiza- 
tions in handling routine and emergen- 
cy messages. 



The American Institute of Aeronau- 
tics and Astronautics is a professional 
society which serves to expose under- 
graduate students to the world of 
aerospace engineering and the aero- 
space engineer. The society spon- 
sored numerous lectures, field trips, 
and competitions throughout the year. 



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ASME 




American Society Of 
Mechanical Engineers 

An organization of sixty midshipmen 
represented the Naval Academy's 
branch of the undergraduate student 
section of the American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. This group pro- 
vided a forum for mechanical engi- 
neers at the Academy to react to 
pressing problems in the engineering 
field. The Club supplied technical infor- 
mation to members, promoting high 
standards of education and ethics. 
Additionally, this organization gave 
students a place to vt/ork on projects, 
both collective and individual. 



ASNE is the American Society of Na- 
val Engineers, the group which repre- 
sents the Naval Science majors at the 
Academy. As every year, ASNE held 
noontime lectures, and an annual ban- 
quet at the O-Club. Lectures included 
inviduals v^^ho spoke on Naval topics 
combined with many sea stories 

American Society Of 
Naval Engineers 



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This organization works as a liason at 
the Naval Academy with special oper- 
ations throughout the armed services. 
The Airborne Training Unit provides 
Midshipmen opportunities to attend 
various warfare schools ranging from 
Airborne to Jungle Warfare school. 

During the academic year, this 
group provided continuing military 
training for members by organizing 
parachute jumps, rappels, and road 
marches. 

Although it hod a main member core 
of seventy, the group gained literally 
hundreds of potential Midshipmen 



members in March. Competetive bil- 
lets were opened to the Brigade to 
attend the prestigious Airborne school 
at Fort Benning. Georgia. In order to 
gain a spot, potential parachutists 
pushed themselves through a week of 
physical and mentally taxing training, 
competing for one of the few spots. 
When the "Hell Week" was over, the 
school slots were filled with the best 
candidates. 

In addition to Airborne, the Unit coor- 
dinated the selection of Mids to other 
schools, including jungle warfare, 
northern warfare, and Ranger school. 




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The Antiphonal Choir takes part in 
religious services at the Academy. Dur- 
ing the year this choir pertormed with 
other musical groups at Navy, espe- 
cially the "Messiah" during first semes- 
ter final exam week. 





ANTIPHONAL CHOIR 



534 . EGAS 



ASTRONOMY CLUB 




The Astronomy Club is devoted in 
furthering the Brigade's interest in the 
Heavens. The Club owns equipment 
and instuments to observe the night 
sky, utilizing the observatory on the 
roof of Michelson Hall. This year, the 
club's greatest interest-generator was 
the return of Holley's Comet. Although 
its display was not as spectacular as 
hoped, many members of the Brigade 
were able to catch a glimpse of this 
celestial visitor during observatory 
viewing times sponsored by the As- 
tronomy Club. 



EGAS • 535 




The Big Brothers and Big Sisters pro- 
gram at the Naval Academy provides 
a role model triend for single parent 
children to look up to. Midshipmen in- 
volved in the group became compan- 
ions v/ho guided and related to the 
children. This year's group activities in- 
cluded a trip to the Smithsonian in 
Washington, D. C. and a Bov^/lothon in 
Annapolis. 




BIG BROTHERS AND SISTERS 



536 • EGAS 





On several high spirited nights during 
the year, anyone with an exclusive 
"'Goat Court" window knows that the 
open area is quite a combat zone. 
There must be many individuals who 
have a sense ot guilt and curiosity 
while tossing a bucket or trash can of 
water into the arena. They might ask 
themselves, "What is it that lurks be- 
neath that dingy court in third wing?" 
Any member of the Bowling Club might 
ask "Who are all those people up 
there 'kidding' around?" 

Though tucked away in an unsus- 
pecting place, the Bancroft lanes pro- 
vided weekly recreation for the fifty 
members of the Bowling Club. Inter- 
Academy bowling was held for the 
members on Monday and Friday 
nights. The Club also fielded a travel- 
ling team, which competed with other 
colleges in the Eastern Pennsylvania- 
Maryland Intercollegiate Bowling Con- 
ference. And as in all other Brigade 
sports, the Bowling Club challenged 
West Point and Colorado Springs this 
spring. 




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A small group with a big duty, the 
Naval Academy Cheerleading squad 
continued to pumped up the Brigade 
this year, one ot Navy's best in a long 
time. With a squad of only four mem- 
bers per class, for a total sixteen, the 



Cheerleaders follov^/ed wherever or 
whenever Navy competed. And al- 
though they don't play in sports, their 
presence is the boost that the athletes 
need to attain another great Navy 
victory. Nowhere were they more ef- 
fective than in Philadelphia when they 
psyched the Brigade up, contributing 
to the upset victory over the Black 
Knights. 




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BOOOOOOOM!!! The thunderous 
pocket of sound envelopes Navy-Ma- 
rine Corps Memorial Stadium as the 
Mids score another touchdown. It's the 
result of the dependable Brigade Can- 
noneers, who properly engaged an 
1865 Dalgren Boat Howitzer for each 
Navy score during home football 
games. Since 1967, this devoted 
group of eight has signalled each 
touchdown, field goal and point after 
conversion- the starting blast for the 
plebe push-up fiascos. On May 16th, 
the men of the Canoneers helped the 
Class of '89 celebrate the climbing of 
the Herndon monument. 

Port of this exclusive club are their 
1860's style midshipmen uniforms, worn 
while manning the gun. The Cannon- 
eers, lead by Commander Fitzgerald, 
have two members from each class, 
who stay with this organization their 
entire Academy career. 



CANNONEERS 




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542 • EGAS 



CATHOLIC MIDN CLUB 




The Catholic Midshipmen Club is a 
social group which promotes the 
Catholic community at the Academy. 
The Club sponsord religious activities 
such as Rosary services, retreats, 
breakfasts, and lectures about the Ro- 
man Catholic Church. The CMC 
scheduled many events outside the 
academy, including trips to historic 
sites like Gettysburg, gatherings with 
other colleges, and a Spring picnic. 



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CHEMISTRY CLUB 



The Chemistry Club provided inter- 
esting and informative lectures about 
areas of nev^ chemistry. Guest speak- 
ers were brought from the chemical 
industry and academic world to pro- 
vide these informative lectures. 
Among this year's lectures was a pre- 
sentation by Kodak on new color pho- 
tography technology. 



This organization provided members 
of the Brigade with an opportunity to 
gain appreciation of the Arts. The 
Churchill Society brought several guest 
speakers to the to the Academy to 
lecture, including Tom Clancy, the au- 
thor of the hit novel "The Hunt for Red 
October," 





CHURCHILL SOCIETY 



544 • ECAS 



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The Command Chapel Program 
reached out to every midshipman at 
the Naval Academy. The impressive 
services at the Chapel proved to be 
on important part of many midship- 
men's lives. The Command Chapel 
program also served the community of 
Annapolis. Midshipmen interacted with 
civilians in the fellowship of their com- 
mon religions. Midshipmen were also 
recruited to teach Sunday School 
classes. 



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CLASS OF 1986 



After a year of thorough flaming on 
plebes, the Class of 1987 was ready to 
take charge of the Brigade. Surviving 
Two-for-Seven night, the second class 
looked forward to their big night in 
May, the Ring Dance. As true upper- 
class, '87 looked forward to the re- 
sponsibilities and decisions ahead in 
their final and most important year. 



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Their last year at the Academy, th 
Class of t986 was anxious and read 
to leave Mother B and get out into th 
real world. The closer graduatio 
came, the greater the class came tc 
gether before their final day togethf 
on May 21, 1986. Once again a legac 
of tradition departed the Academ 
carrying its spirit to the corners of th 
world. 



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r:- ! Academy, the Class of 1988 showed 
V itheir unity and spirit. They sposored a 
Brigade Talent show in the fall, a good 
time was had due to the great plan- 
ning and efforts by all involved. The 
only bad thing that '88 had to face 
was a small summer of leave during 
ocadmics and cruises during the 
summer. 



The first year at the Academy for 
the Class of 1989 proved to be a 
growing team spirited experience. Af- 
ter about nine months of harsh aca- 
demics and professional develop- 
ment, the Plebe class survived and 
showed their ability when Herndon was 
climbed in under one and a half hours. 
Being new to Annapolis, '89 showed its 
class unity on many things, from shirts 
to jewelry. 




CLASS OF 1989 



EGAS • 547 



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Picture this, a thousand young men 
and wonnen standing in perfect ranl<s 
in Tecumseh court, a sight that hun- 
dreds of tourists see each day in the 
fall or spring at 12:10 P.M. The figures 
suddenly come to life as the music of 
the U.S. Naval Academy's Drum and 
Bugle Corps sounds off the familiar 
tunes of the Navy. 

It is this music that expresses the 
prideful mission of the Academy to the 
visiting and viewing public. As one of 
the largest extra curricular activities, 
the eighty member D & B Corps repre- 
sented the Academy across the na- 
tion in competitions as well as presen- 
tations for marching band lovers 
around the country. 

At the Naval Academy, the D &. B 
Corps, of course played at outside for- 
mations, all parades, and sporting 
events. The largest sporting events of 
the year for the group were the home 
Navy football games, at which they 
performed at holftime on the field. And 
of course, outdoor pep rallies were not 
complete without the D & B Corps. 

Events at which the Drum and Bugle 




Corps played include the last Presiden- 
tial Inauguration Parade, the Martin Lu- 
ther King, Jr. parade in Atlanta, the 
Cherry Blossom parade in Washington, 
D.C., the Mardi Gras, Walt Disney 
World in Florida, and many NFL football 
halftimes. Activities also included the 
musical support for the teams during 
Army-Navy weekend, the Grand Prix in 
Wayne, NJ, and the Serenade in Brass 
in Horrisburg. 

Throughout the year the members of 
the Drum and Bugle Corps spent most 
of their non-academic time together 
in the effort to become the best 
sounding Corps. Evidence of their abili- 
ties was shown in their placing first in 
the Commander-in-Chief's competi- 
tion versus the Air Force and Military 
academies. The D & B were benefitted 
by the presence of the U.S. Navy 
band, with enlisted members who as- 
sist the Corps. 




548 • EGAS 



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Once again this year, tine Croquet 
Club fielded a team of deft and skilled 
Mids to take on the best that St. John's 
College had to offer. The festivities 
started before the match this year. 
Midshipmen going to moss on the 
morning of the meet were greeted by 
a Tecumseh who had been "Wild- 
manned" with orange and black, the 
colors of the Academy's friendly 
neighboring college. Many came ou* 
to support Navy Croquet; the team 
even had air support: on A-7 Corsair II 
buzzed the game with a wing-dip sa- 
lute. After a long and gallant effort, 
Navy fell short in a close 2-1 match. 




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The U.S. Naval Academy silent drill 
team represents the Academy 
through innovative rifle drill and preci- 
sion marching routines conducted 
without verbal commands. The team 
performed at sporting events and in 
local parades as well as regional and 
notional competitions. In the past 
year, the team placed first overall in 
two of three regional competitions. 
The drill team was composed of mem- 
bers from all classes, and was com- 
manded by M/Lt(j.g.) Jay Crouse of 
the 8th company. Captain P. A. Whi- 
tenack. United States Marine Corps, 
was the silent drill team's officer 
representative. 



DRILL TEAM 



EGAS • 553 




Performing in eighty concerts a year, 
the U.S. Naval Academy's Men's Glee 
Club comprises some of the best male 
vocal talent that Annapolis has. The 
eighty members travel to many 
places, including regional high schools, 
area concert halls such as the Meyer- 
hoff in Baltimore, and various locations 
across the nation. 

Working extensively with the Men's 
Glee Club, the Women's Glee Club 
performs for many audiences during 
the year, ranging from churchgoers to 
the President of the United States. The 
Women's Glee Club performed this 
year for the Chaplain Corps, sang Han- 
del's "Messiah", and assisted in the 
performance of "The Music Man." 



GLEE CLUB 




554 ' EGAS 



GLEE CLUB MUSICAL 




The seventy-five midshipmen in- 
volved in this year's Glee Club Musical 
put on a very succesful performance 
of "The Music Man." After months of 
tryouts, practices, and preparations, 
the show was performed to capacity 
crowds in Mohan Hall during three 
weekends in February. The audiences 
of Annapolis residents and midshipmen 
were enthralled by the efforts of the 
Glee Club musical under the direction 
of Dr. John Talley. 



EGAS • 555 



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Fellowship Of Christian Athletes 




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On the playing field, every tearr 
needs spirit and enthusiasm to moti- 
vate it to win. The Fellowship of Chris- 
tian Athletes is an organization devot 
ed to spirit, not surrounding the spor 
but their belief in religion. The twenty 
five athletes who make up the FC- 
meet on Thursday evenings in Mitsche 
Hall to discuss their mutual interests ■ 
sports and in religion. Weekly specie 
activities include speakers and filrri 
about other Christians in the athletic 
community. 



556 • EGAS 



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The purpose for the Institute for Elec- 
trical and Electronics Engineers is to 
moke midshipmen aware of electrical 
engineering applications in the Navy 
and in general civilian industry. Com- 
prised of fourty members who have a 
great interest in "Double 'E'", the 
group also aids students needing help 
in electrical engineering courses. This 
year's activities included speakers, 
and a picnic which closes the year and 
helps fourth class electrical engineer- 
ing major selectees to get to know the 
professors and officer instructors in the 
department. 




The purpose of this club is to provide 
midshipmen interested in oceanogra- 
phy opportunities to learn more in this 
field. Several lectures during the year, 
including distinguished speakers such 
as Dr. Robert Ballard, head of the 
famed Titanic expedition, provided a 
forum for oceanogrophic applications 
in the environment and the Navy. The 
club also held many get togethers, in- 
cluding a crab feast, a picnic, and a 
dining-in which allowed students and 
faculty in the oceanogrophic major to 
become better aquainted. The Marine 
Technology Club also used the best 
learning experience, getting first hand 
looks at aspects of oceanography by 
taking trips to the Smithsonian, the Cal- 
vert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant, and the 
National Aquarium in Baltimore. 



MARINE TECHNOLOGY 



EGAS • 557 



INTERNATIONAL CLUB 







The International Club is the 
summation of four individual or- 
ganizations which have interest in 
foreign nations^ These four in- 
clude the German, Spanish, Chi- 
nese, and Korean clubs. Each one 
of these groups holds several 
banquets each year. Speakers at 
these occasions inform Midship- 
men about these nations and 
how these nations perceive the 
United States. 

As a whole, the International 
Club's major event was the the 
International Ball and Dinner held 
in Spring. The club invited foreign 
college-age men and women 
from the Washington, D. C. area. 
This event gave guests and Mid- 
shipmen a better perspective of 
the many cultures in the world. 



Providing spiritual support for 
Jewish Midshipmen is the job of 
the Academy's Jewish ECA, 
L'Chaim. Services every Friday 
night in Mitscher Hall provide a 
weekly opportunity for Jewish 
Midshipmen to come together to 
celebrate their faith. This year 
L'Chaim held a Passover dinner in 
April, 




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Comprised of dedicated members 
of the Brigade, the Lucky Bag staff de- 
signs and creates the yearly class 
memory book. Staff members work on 
their own sections, and the overall pro- 
duction is guided by the Editor-in-Chief 
and his assistants. Together they pro- 
duce the world's largest all-color 
yearbook. 




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LUCKY BAG 



1986 LUCKY BAG STAFF 


EDITOR IN CHIEF 


Robert Gilmer '86 


ASSOCIATE EDITOR 


Ted Anderson '87 


BUSINESS MANAGER 


Russ Smith '87 


PHOTO EDITOR 


Dave Quint '87 




Dave Hott '88 


OPENING 


Ted Anderson '87 


THE YEAR 


Sandra Hill '88 


THE BRIGADE 


Roni Plautz '89 


CLASS OF 86 


Rose McCain '87 


ECA's 


Jane Collins '88 


SPORTS 


Robert Gilmer '86 




Steve Ballister '87 


FACULTY & STAFF 


Lisa Rathjen '87 


DAILY ROUTINE 


Lisa Rathjen '87 




EGAS • 561 



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The only frequent Brigade publico 
tion, the Log, served again this year c 
the campus magazine and quos 
school newspaper, since none exists c 
the Academy. The Log's main literar 
mission is to "lampoon" any absurdity 
which should make its presence know] 
in The Yard. This past year saw anothe 
great column of juicy gossip from SoIt 
Sam, and lots of great articles indue 
ing the serialized accounts of the ur 
dercover force in Bancroft, the MN(C 
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The sixty member corps of midship- 
men who hove made up the Masquer- 
oders work hard for months eoch fall to 
present a full-college-level-dramatic- 
play. Members engage in the entire 
range of production duties: lighting, 
set work, costumes, makeup, and act- 
ing. Performances in past years have 
ranged from Shakespeare to Gogol to 
Aristophanes, author of '"The Birds"— 
this year's Naval Academy-ized pro- 
duction. Overall this dedicated group 
works hard, as Masquerader president 
Kent Collins states, "to increase Bri- 
gade morale and relieve the pressure 
of this somewhat inane lifestyle." 



MASQUERADERS 



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The computer club helped Midship- 
men and members of the Naval Acad- 
emy Community to better understand 
their microcomputers. A resource 
open to all, the computer club served 
to answer any questions about pur- 
chasing new computers, or how to use 
those already owned. Even those who 
did not own systems found benefit 
from the club's monthly meetings. 




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As the wargoming group at the 
Academy, the Military Studies Associa- 
tion provides a forum for midshipmen 
to ploy strategic gaming. Each week- 
end this year, this club met for gaming 
sessions. And during the year the club 
held an annual wargoming conven- 
tion, "NAVCON," 

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The Midshipmen Action Organization 
provides Mids with the chance to work 
with the local volunteer organizations 
In Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, 
The highlight this year was the Special 
Olympics held at the Naval Academy. 



EGAS • 565 



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Midshipmen come to the Acade- 
my on Induction day as equals, wip- 
ing clean the slate of high school 
accomplishments. This is true with 
the exception of those who made 
the title of Eagle Scout. The fifty 
members of the Brigade who this 
year made up the new USNA 
branch of the National Eagle Scout 
Association helped area scouting 
programs in many ways. 



Providing knowledge about the sub- 
marine community is the purpose of 
the USNA Dolphin Club. Monthly meet- 
ings brought guest speakers, usually 
submarine commanding officers, who 
discussed topics such as Arctic subma- 
rine operations, British supmarine oper- 
ations, and the SSN 721 program. In 
addition to regular meetings, the club 
sponsored several social occasions for 
officers in the submarine force and the 
one hundred fifty midshipmen mem- 
bers of the Dolphin Club. 








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566 • EGAS 



NAVIGATORS 





The one hundred fifty members of 
the Navigators came together to help 
each other in moral growth, develop- 
ing in Christian character and leader- 
ship. The club promoted individual 
training with Bible studies, prayer, 
teaching, and counseling. Events this 
year included social gatherings in 
Mitscher Hall on Saturday evenings, 
several conferences, and many get- 
away retreats on weekend and leave 
periods. 



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Creating a comfortable atmosphere 
together to gain a greater knowledge 
of self and Christ is one of the principle 
purposes and accomplishments of the 
OCF, the Officers Christian Fellowship. 
Throughout the year, the OCF holds 
retreats, among other activities, for 
about two hundred twenty-five 
members. 

Regular activities include weekly 
gatherings with special guest speak- 
ers, normally officers who speak to 
midshipmen about their spiritual ideas 
and experiences. Other events during 
the year include picnics, christian con- 
certs, and hayrides at the Naval Acad- 
emy Dairy Farm in Gambrills, Maryland. 





Officers' Christian Fellowship 






568 • ECA-S 



NAVTAG 




The Navy Tactical Wargame (NAV- 
TAG) is a training system which en- 
ables the early exposure of Midship- 
men to state-of-the-art wargaming as 
well as familiarizing them with the terms 
and definitions of tactically oriented 
situations. The main purpose of this up- 
perclass program is professional de- 
velpment. but NAVTAG also exists as a 
competition for Color Company 
points. Usage of the system for this pur- 
pose exceeds sixty hours a week, cer- 
tainly a very involved training. At the 
year's end, an award is also given to 
the top graduating NAVTAG tactician. 




Omega Rho is an international man- 
agement society with eight honor 
members at the Academy, This year 
Omega Rho encouraged operations 
research and management science, 
and related disciplines. 



OMEGA RHO 



EGAS • 569 



OMICRON DELTA EPSILON 



As the economics honor society at 
the Naval Academy, Omicron Delta 
Epsilon sponsored many activities dur- 
ing the year. This year the society had 
two semester banquets, O-Club lun- 
cheons every four weeks, a picnic, 
and a trip to Wall Street in New York 
for the First Class members. 



Members 

Matthew Bledsoe 

Michael Cadwell 

Miguel Cintron 

Gerald Hodge 

Daniel Lachance 

Adam Meinrod 

Justin Miller 

Dennis Moynihan 

Andrew Schneider 

Sybil Smith 

John Swanson 

Todd Wagner 

Douglas Mines 

Edward Holland 

Scott McFarlene 

Gary Schabert 



This EGA represents the twenty five 
midshipmen who have interest in the 
hobby of orienteering. On a competi- 
tive level, orienteering is a race 
through terrain, with only a map and a 
compass to navigate. The one clue to 
success for the orienteer are the con- 
trol flags at certain points along the 
correct path. The orienteers at USNA 
competed in local meets at Quontico, 
Greenbelt, and West Point. 




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Glenn E, Campbell 
Norman L, Cooling 
Roderick Gibbons 

Eric Martinuzzi 

Patrick Morrissey 

Henry Rainone 

Dennis Redmond 

John Swonson 

Kevin Windbigler 

Theodore Anderson 

Mark Gardner 

Curt Hartman 

Michael Horrisberger 

Joseph Stillwagon 

Siegfried Wolff 



Phi Alpha Theta is an international 
honor society for History, second 
only to Phi Beta Kappa on a national 
level. The chapter at the Academy, 
Omega Kappa, requires that mem- 
bers have a 3.0 grade average 
overall and a 3. 1 in 12 credit hours of 
history. 



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The purpose of Pi Sigma Alpha is to 
Dromote awareness and discussion of 
Dublic affairs on our campus. This or- 
ganization is also an honor society 



with twenty two members. Sched- 
uled events included a banquet and 
induction ceremony at the year's 
end. 



Members 

James R. Addison 

Mathew Bellinger 

Sprague Cook 

Donald F. Eyres 

Levino Garcia, Jr. 

Gardner Jackson 

Cameron M. Kenyon 

Douglas Krieger 

Cheryl L. Laws 

Mathew M. Malloy 

John Martinelli 

Craig F. Merrill 

Michael G. Mishik 

Brian D. Pearson 

John E. Russ III 

John Eric Smith 

Michael W. Taylor 

Karen D. Ulisnik 

Alan C. Vanderpyl 

Richard S. Vork 

Randall Joe Wolf 



PI SIGMA ALPHA 



EGAS • 571 



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Members 

James R, Addison 

Stuart J. Borsch) 

Donald Braswell 

Jotin Denuto III 

Matthiew B. Dolan 

Gregory J. Fenton 

Kelly J. Hanson 
Scott W. Helmers 

Joel Bret Hike 

Mark D. Larabee 

James L. Mailloux 

Steve McPhillips 

Mark S. Meltser 

Craig F. Merrill 

Jotin Stuart Neal 

John Paganelli 

James H. Reinhiart 

Jeffrey Semancik 

Jay D. Shaffer 

Peter D. Yarger 



Phi Kappa Phi is an honor society 
composed of individuals vjho rank in 
the top two percent of their class. 
Currently, the society is composed 



entirely of members of the Class of 
1986. In April of this year the Class of 
1987 became eligible for mem- 
bership. 




The Delta Psi chapter of Pi Tau Sig- 
ma, the Mechanical Engineering Hon- 
or Society, actively participated in 
serving the mechanical engineering 
department and students in the me- 



chanical engineering major. Delta Psi 
was involved with the majors selec- 
tion program, where members 
helped to recruit fourth class into the 



ME major. Members were also avail- 
able to render tutoring services to 
mechanical engineering students 
upon request. 



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Kenneth A. Bogdan 




Michael K. Cocksey 




Bradley Johnson 




Patrick Klansek 




C.B. McClelland 




C.A. Miller 


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Bryan K. Parks 




Bryan Pellegrin 




Paul H. Powell 


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Thomas Shumaker 




Brian A. Solo 




Mark A. Swatling 




Lawrence E. Wood 






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PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 







Developing the photographer in 
talented midshipmen shutterbugs is 
the intent of the Photo Club^ Each 
year, classes are held to teach mem- 



bers techniques in developing, pro- 
cessing, and picture taking. Again 
this year, the club held a photo con- 
test during Homecoming. 



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i Public Relations Committee 



Comprised of fifty members, the 
Public Relations Club served the Acad- 
emy in Varsity sports and Public Affairs, 
In the fall, members worked in the press 
box each home football game. In add- 
tion to Navy football, the PRC worked 
with sports reporters on other Navy 
sports, including J.V. Football, La- 
crosse, 150's football, and Basketball, 
The other group of the PRC worked 
with the public affairs office, assisting 
with VIP tours and all aspects of the 
news media-newspapers, magazines, 
radio, and television. 



PRC 



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Creating the immortal design of a 
class crest is not an easy task. This 
duty is one that is faced each year 
by the new fourth class. This year. 



representatives from the Class of '89 
successfully chose the symbol to rep- 
resent the tradition of the most re- 
cent addition to the Academy. 



574 • EGAS 





EGAS • 575 



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The Protestant Chapel Choir is a sing at other parishes, including a ven- 
group of talented Mids who sing at ture to Tampa Bay. The Choir also par- 
weekly Protestant services on Sun- ticipated in the Christmas presentation 
days. The group took several trips to of Handel's "Messiah." 



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REEF POINTS 




Although defined as "pieces of small 
stuff used to trim the sail", the more 
tangible of Reef Points is as the small 
text known as the "Plebe Bible." One 
of the first issued items to newly report- 
ed Plebes, Reef Points serves as a 
source of all the knowledge needed 
to survive Plebe Summer. Although it 
becomes obsolete with the Fourth 
Class academic year, many upper- 
class refer back to it often for its valu- 
able bits of Navy info. 



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One of the largest and most popular 
groups at the Academy, the Semper 
Fidelis Society is the organization which 
gives members and interested Mid- 
shipmen a chance to see and be a 
part of the mission, motivation, and 
tradition of the United States Marine 
Corps. Various lectures throughout the 
year demonstrated to members the 
opportunities and challenges as a Ma- 
rine Corps Officer. Other events during 
the year included a series of field exer- 
cises, a 10K run in April, and the admin- 
istration of the PT tests after service 
selection. 



SEMPER FIDELIS 



EGAS • 577 



One of the largest organizations in 
the Brigade, the SCUBA club offers the 
chance to learn basic diving skills. The 
program, taught by about 50 midship- 
men, enables 400 Mids to qualify as 
"open water divers". 

Training includes one v^/eekly lesson 
and one session in Lejeune's Olympic- 
sized pools. But the real challenge to 
students is making two successful qual- 
ifying dives in open water. Members 
travelled to quarries in Pennslyvania, 
and locations off the coasts of Dela- 
ware and New Jersey. The largest trip 
of the year, during Spring Break, took 
the club to Key Largo in Florida for a 
week of the best diving waters in the 
United States. 



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The USNA branch of the Society of 
Automotive Engineers brought to its 
members this year information con- 
cerning all aspects of transportation. 
The SAE kept members informed with 
the transportation engineering fields 
with guest speakers at noontime 
lectures. 



The representative of the Society of 
Naval Architects and Marine Engi- 
neers, this two hundred fifty member 
organization hosted evening lectures 
of interest for the Brigade. This year's 
topics included advanced naval tech- 
nology, the DDG-51 class, surface ef- 
fect ships, and hydrofoils. 




Society Of Naval Architects And Marine Engineers 



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The Society of Women Engineers ex- 
ists to provide an informative support 
group for v^/omen engineers at the Na- 
val Academy. During the year, this or- 
ganization attended regional SWE 
conferences and invited guest lectur- 
ers to speak at the Academy. In addi- 
tion, the SWE attended and sponsored 
career seminars, meeting with other 
sections of the Society of Women En- 
gineers, both professional and from 
other engineering universities. 



Promotion of the Surface Warfare 
community at the Naval Academy is 
the goal of SAG, the Surface Action 
Group. This organization acheived this 
purpose by sponsoring guest lectures 
on various surface warfare topics, re- 
ceptions for visiting ships, and an annu- 
al mess night for First Class SWO select- 
ees. Representing one of the major 
service selection communities, the 
SAG was active in preparing and run- 
ning service selection night. 



Surface Action 
Group 



Society Of Women Engineers 




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Several talented players of the Bri- 
gade made up the Academy club 
"Ping Pong" team. A constantly grow- 
ing group, the Table Tennis Team club 
promoted the sport at the Academy 
and represented USNA at intercolle- 
giate play, such as the Princeton tour- 
nament in February. 




The twenty member Trident Calen- 
dar staff takes annual submissions of 
photographs and compiles them into a 
weel<ly planning calendar. The publi- 
cation is sold to the Brigade, the facul- 
ty, moil-orderers, and the general at- 
tendance at Navy home football and 
basketball games. Profits from soles of 
over 10,000 calendars each year go 
to the Midshipmen Welfare fund to 
support Brigade activities. 



TRIDENT CALENDAR 



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Sigma Pi Sigma is a national physics 
honor society with over 350 chapters 
It is dedicated to provide recognition 
to students w\r\o have excelled scho- 
lastically in the study of physics. By 
means of lectures and field trips open 
to all midshipman, the USNA chapter of 
Sigma Pi Sigma vjorked to promote 
and stimulate interest in physics and 
physics-related subjects. 



Members 

Charles Bingham 

Charles Ferguson 

John Censure 

Mark Meltser 

Thane Rivers 



Twenty talented horn players made 
up this year's version of the USNA jazz 
group, the Trident Brass. As a specialty 
instrumental group outside the Drum 
and Bugle Corps, the Brass played at 
several functions; the Annapolis Spring 
festival, June Week, and a series of 
concerts at Mitscher Hall. 




TRIDENT BRASS 



582 • EGAS 



WRNV 




Lurking in tite depths of 8th wing is 
the music source for USNA, the twenty- 
■our hour progressive and rock radio 
station, WRNV-FM, The station is run by 
Tiidshipmen who have interest in radio 
Droadcasting and communication. 



Participating in WRNV affords its one 
hundred members experience in "Disc 
Jockeying" and radio engineering. 
There is one more special benefit, as 
one fourth class explains, "Working for 
the station is a great deal for Plebes." 



EGAS • 583 



VTNA 



Since 1970, VT-NA (the flight training 
squadron- U.S. Naval Academy) has 
existed as a professional organization 
to allow midshipmen to gain solo civil- 
ian flight qualification. The tvk/o phase 
program consisted of classroom in- 
struction on flight basics and safety. 
Once competent on the ground, stu- 
dents took to the air, and by the tenth 
flight flew solo. VT-NA was open to all, 
requardless of service selection; how- 
ever, it was designed as an introduc- 
tion to Naval aviation. 



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The center of Navoi professionalism 
at the Naval Academy exists in the 
group which comprises the YP Squad- 
ron. Midshipmen of all classes and lev- 
els of seamanship, navigation, and 
shiphondling participate in this doily 
post-class ECA. Weekday afternoons 
and weekends during the Fall and 
Spring finds the four vessels of the 
Squadron on the Chesapeake and lo- 
cal Bay cities. Ships are commanded 
by First and Second class Midshipmen 
who have met Personal Qualification 
Standards (PQS) for boat positions. 



YP SQUADRON 



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1985 RECORD: 4W/7L 



COACH 

ASSISTANT COACHES: 



Gary Tranquill 

J. Franks 

J. Hartman 

B, Haushalter 

J. Matsko 

B. Morrison 

J, Oliver 

K. Rogers 

T. Sponn 

Napoleon McCallum 

Eric Fudge 

Maj J. Weber 

Midn 1/C David Burke 





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The 1985 Varsity Football season began with a last- 
second loss to North Carolina (21-19) in the very first night 
game played in Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. 
Tvk/o more losses to Delaware and Indiana by three points 
each virtually closed the damper on an otherwise- 
thought winning season, due to the return of 33 letter- 
men including Heisman Trophy candidate Napoleon 
McCallum, quarterback Bill Byrne, and Eric Fudge, Steve 
Brady, and Marc Firlie on defense. However, a 17-13 
victory over 20th-ranked Virginia in Charlottesville for the 
first time since 1982 rekindled the Navy spirit and drove 
the team and the Brigade to a 17-7 win over Army in 
Philadelphia. 



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594 . SPORTS 




1985 RECORD: 6W/1L 



COACH: 

ASSISTANT COACHES: 



OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE 
MANAGER: 



CDR Phil Bassi, USN 
CDR D- Church. USN 
Maj, L. Messick. USMC 
H, Lentz, LCDR 
R Kuppers, USN 
LT B, Wilcox. USN 
LT B Moore, CEC. USN 
2/LT P. Redmon, USMC 
Ens J Boquer, SC. USN 
Ens E Rutherford. USN 
SKCM (SS) T, Bolloch. USN 
Rodney Urbano 
Patrick Lyons 
CDR T Cruser, USN 
Tony Tolle 




150# 
FOOTBALL 





Navy's Lightweight Football team began its preseason 
with a 55-0 shutout over Penn. then opened their Eastern 
Lightweight Football League season with another win 
over Penn (44-6) in which Navy ran up 38 unanswered 
points before allowing the Quackers to score. Shutouts 
over Cornell (26-0) and Rutgers (3-0) followed, as well as 
an avenging 24-7 win over Princeton, who gave the Mids 
their only preseason loss. Navy went on to defeat Army 
33-14 at West Point, clinching the ELFL Championship 



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1985 RECORD: 7W/7L/1T 

COACH: Greg Meyers 

ASSISTANT COACH LT Tom Shelley 

Doug Orr 
CAPTAIN: Mike Walls 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE: Capt Straight 
MANAGER: Ray Art 

Roy Benedict 




SOCCER 





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Rounding out on even .500 season for the Mids was a 
2-0 avenging win over Army on Dewey Field. Junior Tony 
Fernandes scored the first goal of that game late in the 
first period. Then freshman Ted Holt converted a pass 
from junior Jeff Jocober after on indirect kicl< early in the 
second half to seal the Navy victory. Leading scorers for 
the year were senior Mike Donigan with five, and fresh- 
man Chris Clay with four. 



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1985 RECORD: 11W/0L 

COACH Al Cantello 

ASSISTANT COACH: Steve Cooksey 

CAPTAIN; jjm Foley 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE LCOL Anthony Pesovento. 

USMC 
MANAGER Midn 1/c Mike Stratton 




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Coach Cantello's Cross Country team more than dou- 
bled its early four straight victories by defeating North 
Carolina State (26-31), Syracuse (19-45), Goergetown 
(18-41), Canisius (15-49), and Rutgers (15-50) at New 
York City's Van Cortlandt Park in one afternoon to push 
their record to 9-0. A week later junior Ron Harris set a 
new Naval Academy five-mile course record of 23:50.8 
to lead the Mids to victory over 4th-ranked Auburn. Their 
last meet of the season against Army was again won by 
Harris with a time of 24:52.9 at West Point, giving the Mids 
a perfect 1 1-0 record- the most victories in a single sea- 
son since the teams formation in 1924. Harris went on to 
place 22nd overall in the NCAA's, winning All-American 
honors. 



CROSS COUNTRY • 603 



1985 RECORD: 6W/1L 



COACH; 

ASSISTANT COACHES: 



CAPTAIN: 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE: 



MANAGER: 



Dave Smalley 

Nancy Schiavetta, 

USN, 

Chrissy Reese 

Erica Sohler 

Capt Thomas Watson, 

USN 

Nancy Prout 




WOMENS 

CROSS 

COUNTRY 





The Women's Cross Country team ran up five 
straight victories before being defeated by Liber- 
ty 24-31 The Lady Mids went on to improve their 
1984 score of 228 points at the Heptagonals 
Championships in New York City to 251 points, 
but came in 9th place for the second year in a 
row. Later at the ECAC Division II Championships 
junior Erica Sahler led the Lady Mids to a fifth 
place finish. 



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1985 RECORD: 22W/7L 


COACH 




Mike Schofield 


CAPTAIN, 




Dave Kaye 


OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE 


LT Randy Roach. USN 


MANAGER 




Roger Harris 




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Coach Lawrence's water polo team achieved nation- 
al ranking this season, reaching a high of 13th. Highlight- 
ing the season were victories over Air Force (14-5) and 
Arnny (19-6) before a disappointing loss to nineth-ranked 
Brown (9-6). A last-minute goal by Bucknell upset Navy 
11-10 in the Mid-Atlantic Conference Championships, 
and a week later at the Eastern Championships at Brown 
Bucknell again upset Navy 5-3 to take away Navy's 
hope for a second consecutive NCAA invitation, howev- 
er, first classman Lawrence Kough received All- American 
honorable mention honors. 



WATER POLO • 607 




608 • SPORTS 







1985-86 RECORD: 19W/1L 

COACH Maj Robert Wolf, USMC 

ASSISTANT COACH: Capt Kevin O'Keefe, USMC 

CAPTAIN Tony Califono 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE Maj Robert Wolf, USMC 








RUGBY 




The Rugby Team continued its long streak of winning 
seasons this year by racking up an impressive 19 wins. This 
record gave them the #1 ranking in the East, The Rug- 
gers also won the Potomac Rugby Union, Middle Atlantic 
(Region II) and the Interservice Academy 
Championships- 



RUGBY • 609 





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1985 RECORD: 37W/11L 



COACH 


Jan Dainard 


ASSISTANT COACH 


George Carey 


CAPTAIN: 


Jean Dumlao 


OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE 


Lt Elaine Winegard, USN 


MANAGER: 


Midn 2/c Joyce Brackett 




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The best season in the nine-year history of the Varsity Wonn- 
en's Volleyball team really took off when the Mids won their 
first tournament of the year by defeating Delaware in the 
finals of the Towson State University tournament 15-8, 15-10. 
Prior to the fall of 1984, the Mids had gone six years without 
winning a single tournamemt. As the season progressed, the 
Mids won the Loyola, the Liberty University, and the USNA 
Forrestal Classic volleyball tournaments, ending their regular 
season with an impressive 37-10 record. Post-season action 
included an invitation to the ECAC Division II Championships. 



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1985-86 RECORD: 30W/5L 



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COACH 


Paul Evans 


ASSISTANT COACHES 


Pete Herrmon 




John Fitzpatrick 




Dave Loton 




Al Moraz 


CAPTAIN. 


Vernon Butler 


OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE: 


Copt Albert H 




USN 


MANAGER: 


Ian Cassidy 




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The Men's Basketball team began its season ranked 
19th in the nation by the Associated Press. In their second 
game junior center David Robinson became the tenth 
player in Navy history to score 1000 points. Against Dela- 
ware senior Vernon Butler broke the all-time scoring re- 
cord at Navy with 1695 points, and also became the first 
1000 point/ 1000 rebound player in Navy history against 
American. Senior Kylor Whitaker, against Lafayette, be- 
came the eleventh 1000-point scorer in Navy history. At 
the end of their regular season Navy routed Army 55-52 
in overtime, the seventh straight victory in that rivalry. 
Ranked #18 by the Associated Press, the Mids defeated 
Tulsa (87-68), Syracuse (97-85), and Cleveland State 
(7 1-70) in the NCAA's before losing to Duke (50-7 1) in the 
semi-finals, and acheiving a final ranking of 8th nationally. 



BASKETBALL • 615 



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1985-86 RECORD: 13W/2L 



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COACH: 

ASSISTANT COACHES: 



CAPTAIN: 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE: 



Lee Lawrence 
Joe Suriano. 
Ed Denny. 
Brian McLaughlin 
Bill Rohm 
Col John 
Ripley. USMC 





MEN'S 
SWIMMING 





A ten-meet winning streak helped the Men's Swimming 
team tie the Navy record for the most wins in a season in 
this sport- 13. Outstanding performers this year included 
freshman Tim Galloudet who set Naval Academy records in 
the 500-yard freestyle (4:30.75). the 800-meter freestyle 
(8:09.93). the 400-meter freestyle (3:57 59). and the 1650- 
yard freestyle (15:30.71). and senior Bill McCormick who 
placed 14th on the one-meter board at the NCAA Division I 
Championships and earned honorable-mention All-America 
honors 



MEN'S SWIMMING • 621 





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1985-86 RECORD: 14W/1L 


COACH: 


Barbara Lawson 


ASSISTANT COACH: 


Mary Bodie 


CAPTAIN: 


Patty Peterson 


OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE: 


Lt Brown. USN 


MANAGER: 


M. Laurenzano 





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Coach Lawson's team had an outstanding year, im- 
proving over last year's record of 13-3. Highlighting this 
season's team were freshman Gretchen Otto who set 
Naval Academy records in the 55-meter hurdles (:08.58), 
and 200-meters (:26.34), the 300-meters (:41.7). and 
400-meters (;58.0), and the 440-yard dash (:58.2), and 
freshman Carol Womack who set Naval Academy re- 
cords in the 500-meters (1:16,71), and the 800-meter run 
(2:09.49). At the Indoor Heptagonal championships Navy 
placed 9th, and later placed 3rd in the ECAC Division II 
championships. 



WOMEN'S INDOOR TRACK • 625 




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1985-86 RECORD: 7W/6L 



COACH: 


Shirly Tranqulll 


ASSISTANT COACH; 


Midn l/c Rich Wheat 


CAPTAIN: 


Melody Wheeler 


OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE- 


Lt Jones. USN 


MANAGER 


Karen Wilson 




WOMEN'S 
GYMNASTICS 





In its first season as a varsity sport, the Women's 
Gymnastics team produced an impressive 7-6 re- 
cord, and qualified three members for participation 
in the ECAC Division II Championships: junior Susanne 
Clautice, freshman Pegy Bosnic, and senior Melody 
Wheeler. Clautice won 15th place and went on to 
the NCAA Division II Championships at Air Force 
where she achieved 16th place overall with a score 
of 34.20, and set Naval Academy records in overall 
scoring and in performance on the beams. 



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1985-86 RECORD 


14W/4L 


Coach: 


Dave Brown 


Assistant Coacties 


Ted Berger. 




Phil Ryan, 




Dave Barclay, 




John Officer 


Captain 


Jeff Davlla 


Ofticer Representative 


LCDR Kevin McMohon, USN 


Manager 


Rob Harrington 




SQUASH 




Led by team captain Jeff Davila, junior Tim Slough, and 
1985 second-team All-America pick Spencer Wall, the 
Navy Squash team recorded an outstanding ten shut- 
outs this year, and an 8- 1 victory over Army at West Point 
(the tenth straight win over the Cadets). Their impressive 
season earned the Mids a 5th place national ranking, 
and in post-season action they placed fifth in the Nation- 
al Intercollegiate Squash championships. Sophomore 
John Sprenger was named a 1st team All- American, 
while Davila and Wall were named 2nd team All- 
Americans. 



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1985-86 RECORD: 10W/15L 



COACH: 

ASSISTANT COACHES: 



CAPTAIN: 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE 

MANAGER: 



Dave Smalley 

Lt(jg) Nancy Schiavetfa. 

USN 

Chrissy Reese 

Lori Reynolds 

Capt Watson, USN 

Nancy Prout 





WOMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 




After losing their first two games the Women's Basket- 
boll team appeared to come bock as their record ran to 
4-3 and as good as 7-5, but problems arose, primarily in 
shooting, and the Mids were never able to recapture a 
winning season after dropping below the .500 mark. A 
66-53 loss to Army ended this disappointing season. How- 
ever, senior Christi Simpson finished fourth in career assists 
(206). and senior Lori Reynolds ended up fifth in career 
rebounding (495). 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL • 631 





632 • SPORTS 




1985-86 RECORD: 13W/6L 


COACH: 


Kent Douglas 


CAPTAIN: 


Jimmy Donnelly 


CO-CAPTAIN: 


Andy Cyr 


OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE 


LCDR Brown, USN 


MANAGER 


Bryan Sears 




HOCKEY 





This year's Ice Hockey team compiled a .700 record- 
much better than the previous season. Close losses pre- 
vented the team from achieving a higher winning per- 
centage, but with most of the team returning next year, 
their record should improve even more. Highlighting this 
year's team was a victory at the first annual Blue Hen 
Invitational at the University of Delaware. 



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1985-86 RECORD: 9W/7L 

COACH Andre Deladner 

ASSISTANT COACH: Frank Paul 

CAPTAIN Dawn Smith 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE LCDR ML Lechleitner, USN 

MANAGER Mary Green 




WOMEN'S 
FENCING 





Team captain Dawn Smith led her team from an 0-2 open- 
ing to a winning 9-7 season, the eighth winning season out of 
the nine that the team has been at varsity status. At the 58th 
annual National Intercollegiate Women's Fencing Association 
Championships at Hunter College Smith placed sixth, and the 
Mids came in fourth overall. 



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1986 RECORD: 16W/14L 

COACH: Jan Dainard 

ASSISTANT COACH; Pat Nicholas 

CAPTAIN: Mark Swatling 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE Copt John T Kennard. USN 

MANAGER: Midn 3/c Kathleen Kubiske 




VOLLEYBALL 





First year coach Jan Dainard and the Men's Volleyball team, 
in its second year as a varsity sport, began their season ranked 
#19 in the nation and held on to that position for most of the 
year. In the Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association tour- 
nament at West Point the Mids advanced to the quarterfinals 
before being defeated by George Mason, and in the Patriot 
Invitations' tournament they fought to the semi-finals. A sea- 
son-ending loss to Rutgers In five sets prevented the Mids from 
qualifying for the NCAA Regionals. 



Volleyball • 637 




638 • SPORTS 




1985-86 RECORD: 5W/7L/1T 


COACH 


Dick Purdy 


ASSISTANT COACH: 


Joe Suriano 


CAPTAIN 


Anna Groves 


OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE: 


Capt Karl Klein, USN 


MANAGER: 


Paula Reitan 




WOMEN'S 
SWIMMING 





A third consecutive defeat by Blomsburg in the open- 
ing meet of the season set the pattern for a disappoint- 
ing year for the Women's Swimming team. A season- 
ending loss to Army was also incurred, but junior Laurie 
Musiek and sophomore Theresa Michal qualified for the 
NCAA Division II championships, and senior Anne Groves 
set Naval Academy records in the 100-meter backstroke 
(1:09.00) and in the 200-meter backstroke (2:28.02). 



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1986-86 RECORD 


■ 7W/0L 


Coach: 


Al Cantello 


Assistant Coaches: 


Steve Cooksey. 




Lt Jim McMillen, USN. 




Tom Virgets 


Captain 


Jeff Wolstenholme 


Ofticer Representative: 


Capt William Garrett, USN 


Manager 


Jim Schreiber 




INDOOR 
TRACK 





This year the Men's Indoor Track team ran up a perfect 
record and set a number of Naval Academy records. 
Sophomore superstar Mike Greene set records in the 
400-meter (:47,36), and 500-meter (1:01,35, just .30 sec- 
onds away from the American record). Junior Ron Harris 
set a record in the 3000-meter run (8:00.00). At the In- 
door Heptogonai championships Greene was named the 
Outstanding Male Athlete, and he later went on to run 
the 500-meter in the NCAA's with teammate Harris in the 
3000-meter run. 



INDOOR TRACK • 641 





642 • SPORTS 



1985-86 RECORD: 2W/0L 

CAPTAIN: Gilbert Vincent 

CO-CAPTAIN: jotin Gaspenno 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE CAPT Gary Magnuson, 
USMC 





HIGH- 
POWER 
RIFLE 




A new official EGA for 1985-86, the High Power Rifle 
Team provided coaches, instructors, and other support 
for the SECNAV matches, as well as participating in 
American Legion Rifle Tournaments in Bridgeville, Dela- 
ware^ Other matches were scheduled for an eight man 
team through the summer months to include the Virginia 
Regional Championships, the 25th-Annual Interservice 
Matches, and the National matches in Camp Perry, Ohio. 



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1985-86 RECORD: 11W/10L 



COACH Ed Peery 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Reg Wicks 

Wayne Hicks 
Lt Dan Glenn 

CAPTAIN Jinn Reich 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE Copt Jim Minderiein, USN 

MANAGER Carlos Suarez 





WRESTLING 




The Navy Wrestling team had a good seoson this year, 
thariks to the return of nine lettermen including junior 
Craig Dellorso and senior Paul Gibson. The Mids capped 
their season with a stinging win over Army (29-2), and 
then won the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Associa- 
tion championships over second place Lehigh (119.75) 
and third place Syracuse (102.00) with 12125 points. 
Seniors Tim Curry and Jim Reich, junior Craig Dellorso, 
sophomores Matt Treaster and Tim Tierney, and fresh- 
man Paul Radomski later went on to participate in the 
NCAA Division I championships. 



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1985-86 RECORD: 9W/2L 

COACH: Peter Korrmann 

ASSISTANT COACH: Ron Llevendag 

CAPTAIN Stephan Ames 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE Mo) Francis Lanzer, USMC 

MANAGER: Steve Waugti 



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GYMNASTICS 





This was a strong year for the Men's Gymnastics team. 
Led by senior Steve Ames, the Mids placed fourth of 
seven in the Metro Gymnastics Invitational before their 
regular season with 252 3 points, and third in the James 
Madison tournament with 244,45 points. Victories over 
East Stroudsburg (261.45 - 259.70) and Army (26195 - 
257.95) ended the regular season, and the Mids placed 
third in the Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League 
championships with 264.30 points (and an additional win 
over Army). Junior Bill Hablet was selected to participate 
in the NCAA's, the first service academy athlete to be so 
selected since 1983. 



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1985-86 RECORD: 6W/6L 



COACH 


Andre Deladrier 


ASSISTANT COACHES: 


Col Frank Zirrxjlzak. USMC 




Richard Deladrier 


CAPTAIN: 


Tom Bachmann 


OFFCER REPRESENTATIVE 


CDR J T Rorick. Jr. USN 


MANAGER: 


James Bennett 





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The Men's Fencing team got off to a strong start by 
gaining victories over Princeton (14-13), M.I.T. (15-12), 
and William & Mary (23-4) before losing their first contest 
to UNC-Chapel Hill (1 1-16). The Mids went on to take sixth 
place in the Intercollegiate Fencing Association Champi- 
onships (Easterns) at Army, and participated in the 
NCAA's. Outstanding performers for the year included 
sophomore David Hitchcock (22-8 in epee), sophomore 
Dan Hass in sabre, and junior Sheldon Jo (13-12 in epee). 



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COACH 


Tom Virgets 


ASSISTANT COACH 


Charlie Holloway 


1 CAPTAIN 


Mike Killion 


1 OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE 


Capt Kruse, USMC 


1 MANAGER 


John Goode 




BOXING 





The 1985-86 Navy Boxing season began with the 
Downtown Athletic Club Invitational in which team cap- 
tain Mike Killion won the Outstanding Boxer award. At the 
Regional NCBA Boxing Tournament Navy qualified eight 
midshipmen to participate in the nationals at the Air 
Force Academy. There, Rob Rodriguez, Bret Calkins, and 
Mike Parillo placed 3rd in the class, Daryl Smith and Ken 
Kasprzak placed 2nd, and Steve Fernandez, Roger Stan- 
ton, and Dick Hoffman won national championships. Hoff- 
man was also awarded the Outstanding Boxer Award. 
Overall Navy placed second in the nation, their best 
performance ever in the NCBA. 



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CAPTAIN Charlie Sizemore 

CO-CAPTAIN George Janvier 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE: MAJ Herdering. USMC 




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CAPTAIN Scott Helmers 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE; CAPT Lyncti, USMC 





BICYCLE 
RACING 




During the spring of 1986 the Bicycle Racing Team 
earned top honors at a Naval Academy-sponsored in- 
tercollegiate race, and also participated in nine other 
intercollegiate races. Strong individual showings by the 
team members were recorded at the Naval Academy 
(1st, 2nd, 5th, and 6th places), RPI (2nd place). University 
of Virginia (2nd place; 3rd overall). Drew (10th, 15th, 
18th, and 18th places), Maryland (2nd, and 3rd places), 
and the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Federation Road 
Championships (10th). 



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1985-86 RECORD: 11W/4L 


COACH 


Albert Bartlinski 


CAPTAIN 


Anthony Bradley 


CO-CAPTAIN 


Shawn Scharf 


OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE 


MAJ Debruyne, USMC 


MANAGER 


Anthony Bradley 



KARATE 






During the past year the Karate Club held instruction 
periods daily supervised by a sixth-degree black belt 
karate expert. As a team the Karate Club participated in 
nine intercollegiate competitions, and scored wins over 
Army and Air Force in the final meet of their season. 



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1986 RECORD: 8W/4L 


COACH: 


Bryan Matthews 


ASSISTANT COACH 


Carv O'Shanick 




RitctiiG Meade 




Mlctiael Burnett 


CAPTAIN 


Glen Miles 


OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE 


Copt Donnelly 


MANAGER: 


Jotin Kasudo 




Chins Sctiaier 




Jeff Tengonciang 




LACROSSE 






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The Navy Lacrosse team opened its season with eight 
consecutive v»/ins, including a 12 - 4 victory over Army. 
Despite losing its last three regular season matches, they 
retained a 6th-place national ranking and earned a spot 
in the NCAA playofts. There they advanced to the quar- 
tertinals and were eliminated by third-ranked Virginia 12 - 
9, Senior Glen Miles was selected a first team Ail-Ameri- 
can, and was the recipient of the 1986 Donald McLaugh- 
lin Award as the nation's outstanding midfielder. Sopho- 
mores Nick Amatuccio and Joe Donnelly were named 
honorable mention Ail-Americans, and coach Bryan Mat- 
thews was voted Division I Coach of the Year. 



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1985 RECORD: 18W/21L 

COACH Gary Bodie 

ASSISTANT COACH Doug Clark 

CAPTAIN George Slock 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE Maj Scott Leitch 

MANAGER: Andy Shumo 




SAILING 





Despite a disappointing record this year, ttie 1985 Fall 
Sailing team won nnost of the trophy and league races 
that it participated in, including the Anderson, Pine and 
Shields Trophies, and the MAISA Sloop and MAISA Single- 
handed races 



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1986 RECORD: 4W/2L 

COACH Vol Ferme 

CAPTAiN: Mike Morissey 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE: Capt Arthur Athens. USMC 



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A strong Lightweight Crew team stroked its way to a win- 
ning season which included a victory over Penn in the Callow 
Cup Regatta. This morked the sixth consecutive year that the 
Midshipmen had won this race. In the Eastern Sprints the varsity 
eight placed sixth in the Grand Finals, and both the second 
varsity eight and the freshmen eight placed fifth in the Grand 
Finals. 



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1986 RECORD: 4W/1L/1T 

COACH Rick Clothier 

ASSISTANT COACH LT John Cotton 

CAPTAIN: Jim Coe 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE: CDR Mosberg 

MANAGER: Steve Rehwald 




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The Navy Heavyweight Crew team opened its season with 
a seven second win over Princeton in the Navy-Princeton 
Rowing Cup. making their record in this race 8-0 over the last 
eight years At the San Diego Crew Classic the varsity eight 
rowed to a third place finish in the Copley Cup race. Navy also 
won the Goes Trophy over Syracuse and Cornell, but lost the 
Adams Cup Regatta to Penn In the eastern Sprints the varsity 
eight placed sixth, and the freshman eight placed third in the 
Grand Finals. At the Intercollegiate Rowing Association cham- 
pionships the Mids, seeded third behind Wisconsin and Brown, 
placed fourth with the varsity eight, sixth with the second 
varsity eight, and second with the freshman eight. 



Heavyweight Crew • 675 




676 • Sports 



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1986 RECORD 


2W/3L 


COACH: 


Ted Shields 


ASSISTANT COACH: 


LCDR Gallagher 


CAPTAIN: 


Becky Baczuk 


OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE: 


LT Sanford 


MANAGER: 


Tim Allen 





WOMEN'S 
CREW 




Navy Women's Crew lost their first race of the season by .1 
seconds to Virginis, but rebounded the next week by sweep- 
ing Willianns College In two races. In an added race to their 
regular schedule, the MIds rowed across the finish line fifteen 
seconds ahead of George Washington University. At the Dad 
Vail Regatta the varsity eight placed first in the Petit (consola- 
tion) Finals, having placed fifth in their semi-final heat, the 
novice eight, however, placed fifth in the Grand Finals. 



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1986 RECORD: 


30W/10L 


COACH: 


Joe Duff 


ASSISTANT COACH 


Bill Bircher 


CAPTAIN 


Mike Leeney 


OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE 


CDR Moore, USN 


MANAGER: 


Dave Dnftmier 





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The 1986 Navy Baseball team, under 25-year head coach Joe 
Duff, ran up the second-most number of victories in the team's 
history. In addition the team v\/on the Eastern Intercollegiate 
Baseball League championship for the sixth time under Coach 
Duff, and earned a spot in the NCAA tournament. Seniors Drev*/ 
Tanner, David Landwehr, and Mike Schultz were named to the 
All-NCAA Northeast Regional All-Star team. Senior Mike Leeney 
was voted to the second Academic All-America team. Tanner 
was additionally selected for the second team All-America and 
the US team for competition in the 1986 World Championships 



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1986 RECORD: 


16W/10L 


COACH: 


John Officer 


ASSISTANT COACH 


Dennis Quigley, 




Dave Brown 


1 CAPTAIN: 


David Jones 


1 OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE 


Capt Jock Dell, USN 


MANAGER: 


Tom Graves 




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TENNIS 




The Men's Tennis team chalked up an impressive thirteen 
shutouts this year, the final one being a 9-0 victory over Army, 
This marked the 17th consecutive defeat of the Cadets by 
the Midshipmen, and the overall record of the rivalry shows the 
Naval Academy leading 35-15. The top indivdual performer 
for the year v*/as Junior Miks Spanos with a record of 21-5 in 
singles competition who was also selected to the All-Eastern 
Intercollegiate Tennis Association Team. 




684 • SPORi- 





1986 RECORD 


.- 6W/1L 


COACH: 


Al Cantello 


ASSISTANT COACH: 


Steve Cooksey, 




LT Jim McMillan 


CAPTAIN: 


Brian O'Malley 


OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE 


LCDR Richard Keifer 


MANAGER: 


Mike Stratton 




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The 1986 Men's Outdoor Track arid Field team opened 
their season with easy wins over Cornell, Rhode Island, 
and Lasalle before being handed their only loss of the 
season by Penn State, 82-58. However. Navy rallied 
against their remaining teams, defeating Maryland, Syra- 
cuse, and edging out Army, 83.5-79.5. Navy later placed 
2nd in the Heptagonal Championships, but had a difficult 
time at the IC4A Championships, finishing in fifteenth 
place 



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1986 RECORD: 3W/4L 

COACH Larry Ringer 

CAPTAIN: Dennis Moynihan 

OFFCER REPRESENTATIVE: LT Craig Majowskl. US 





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Navy's Golf team was composed of mainly young, relatively 
inexperienced players this year, but in spite of that, the team 
performed rather well. In the Camp Lejeune Invitational the 
Mids placed twelfth out of a field of fifteen, with freshman 
Peter Reig finishing 27th of 90 competitors. The Mids did better 
in the Navy Spring Invitational, coming in seventh out of twen- 
ty-seven teams. Other tournaments included the James Madi- 
son Invitational (13th of 20), the CAA championships (6th of 8), 
and the Eastern Intercollegiate Golf Association District II Invi- 
tationals (9th of 12). 




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1986 RECORD: 3W/3L 

COACH: Barbara Lawson 

ASSISTANT COACH Mary Bodie 

CAPTAIN Patty Pearson 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE: Moj Steve Hanson, USMC 

MANAGER: Mictielle Laurezano 





WOMEN'S 
TRACK 




The Women's Track and Field team had a difficult time 
winning meets this year, but managed to record an even 
.500 season. Freshman Carol Womack was the outstand- 
ing team member this year, winning the 800-meter run 
several times during the regular season, and later placing 
second in that event at the Heptagonal championships 
and third at the NCAA Division II championships, the latter 
acheivement earning her All-America status. As a team 
Navy placed 9th at the Heptagonal championships, 5th 
out of 12 at the EC AC Division II championships, and 25th 
out of 54 teams at the NCAA Division II championships. 



WOMEN'S TRACK • 689 




690 • Sports 




1985-86 RECORD: 6W/3L 



COACH 

CAPTAIN: 

CO-CAPTAIN 

OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE 



LT Brad Bellis 
Diane Selberg 
Kathy Buckley 
LT Brad Bellis 





WOMEN'S 
TENNIS 




The 1985-86 Women's Tennis chalked up its first winning 
season since the club's formation in 1982. Wins over varsi- 
ty teams in the Colonial Athletic Association such as How- 
ard University, Hood College, Catholic, and Goucher Col- 
lege contributed to the team's fine overall performance. 



Women's Tennis • 691 



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SPORTS 




FALL 
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1985 FALL CHAMPIONS 




COMPANY BASKETBALL 


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COMPANY SOCCER 


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BATT FRISBEE 


1st BATT 


BATT CREW: 


5th BATT 


BATT CROSS COUNTRY: 


6th BATT 


BATT FOOTBALL 


5th BATT 


BATT SQUASH 


3rd BATT 


BATT TENNIS 


2nd BATT 


BATT POWERLIFTING: 


5th BATT 


BATT BOXING 


2nd BATT 


BATT SAILING: 


2nd BATT 


BATT FENCING: 


6th BATT 


BATT WATER POLO: 


3rd BATT 



COMPANY BASKETBALL 


- LEAGUE A 


TEAM WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


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COMPANY SOCCER 


LEAGUE A 


TEAM WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


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2 


1 


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LOSS 


TIE 


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5 


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11 


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COMPANY SOCCER - LEAGUE B 



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PLACE 


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PLACE 


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TIE 


PLACE 


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COMPANY SOCCER 


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TEAM WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


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5 


5 








1 


4 


3 


1 


1 


2 


2 


3 


2 





3 


3 


2 


2 


1 


4 


6 


1 


4 





5 


1 





5 





6 





BA TTALION SQUASH 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


3 


10 








1 


1 


8 


2 





2 


2 


4 


6 





3 


4 


4 


6 





4 


5 


2 


8 





5 


6 


2 


8 





6 





BATTALION SAILING 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


2 


5 








1 


5 


4 


1 





2 


6 


3 


2 





3 


1 


2 


3 





4 


4 


1 


4 





5 


3 





5 





6 





BATTALION FENCING 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


6 


9 


1 





1 


1 


7 


3 





2 


4 


5 


5 





3 


5 


4 


6 





4 


2 


3 


7 





5 


3 


2 


8 





6 





BATTALION WATER POLO 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


3 


5 








1 


6 


4 


1 





2 


5 


3 


2 





3 


4 


1 


4 





4 


1 





4 


1 


5 


2 


1 


2 


1 


6 



FALL INTRAMURALS • 695 




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BATTALION 
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FALL INTRAMURALS • 697 





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COMPANY 
SOCCER 



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Fall Intramurals • 701 



WINTER 
INTRAMURALS 



1985-86 WINTER CHAMPIONS 


COMPANY FIELDBALL 


25th CO 


COMPANY LTWT TCH 




FOOTBALL 


13th CO 


COMPANY HVWT TCH 




FOOTBALL: 


36th CO 


BATT SQUASH: 


4th BATT 


BATT TEAM HANDBALL 


1st BATT 


BATT COED SOCCER 


6th BATT 


BATT COED BASKETBALL 


3rd BATT 



COMPANY FAST PITCH SOFTBALL 






LEAGUE A 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


11 


7 


1 





2 


13 


7 


1 





4 


7 


6 


2 





6 


2 


4 


4 





10 


8 


4 


4 





10 


17 


4 


4 





10 


1 


3 


5 





13 


5 


2 


6 





16 


14 





8 





20 



COMPANY FAST PITCH SOFTBALL 






LEAGUE B 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


10 


7 


1 





3 


12 


6 


1 


1 


5 


18 


5 


2 


1 


7 


6 


4 


2 


2 


8 


16 


4 


3 


1 


9 


15 


3 


5 





11 


9 


2 


5 


1 


14 


3 


2 


6 





16 


4 


1 


7 





19 



COMPANY SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL 






LEAGUE A 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


2 


8 








3 


14 


7 


1 





5 


1 


6 


2 





8 


17 


5 


3 





11 


8 


4 


3 


1 


13 


7 


3 


5 





15 


5 


1 


7 





20 


11 


1 


7 





20 


13 


1 


7 





20 



COMPANY SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL 






LEAGUE 


B 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 




TIE 


PLACE 


4 


8 










2 


3 


5 


2 




1 


6 


9 


5 


3 







10 


15 


5 


3 







10 


6 


4 


3 




1 


14 


18 


4 


3 




1 


14 


16 


3 


4 




1 


16 


12 


1 


7 







19 


10 





8 







21 





BA TTALION BASKETBALL 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


6 


8 


2 





1 


3 


8 


2 





2 


2 


4 


6 





3 


4 


3 


6 


1 


4 


5 


4 


4 


1 


5 


1 


4 


5 





6 





BATTALION LACROSSE 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


3 


8 


1 


1 


1 


1 


7 


2 


1 


2 


5 


6 


4 





3 


4 


5 


4 


1 


4 


6 


1 


6 


3 


5 


2 





6 


3 


6 





BATTALION TENNIS 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


6 


6 


3 


1 


1 


3 


5 


3 


2 


2 


1 


4 


4 


2 


3 


5 


3 


5 


2 


4 


2 


5 


3 


1 


5 


4 


2 


4 


3 


6 





BATTALION TRACK 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


1 


5 








1 


2 


3 


1 


1 


2 


3 


2 


2 


1 


3 


5 


2 


2 


1 


4 


4 


1 


4 





5 


6 





4 


1 


6 



702 • SPORTS 



COMPANY FAST PITCH SOFTBALL 






/.MGL/f C 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


26 


7 


1 





3 


20 


6 


1 


1 


5 


35 


6 


2 





6 


19 


5 


3 





8 


25 


4 


3 


1 


9 


29 


2 


5 


1 


12 


32 


2 


6 





15 


31 


1 


6 


1 


17 


23 


1 


6 





21 



COMPANY FAST PITCH SOFTBALL 






LEAGUE D 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


28 


7 


1 





1 


21 


5 


3 





6 


33 


5 


3 





6 


24 


4 


4 





9 


36 


4 


4 





9 


22 


3 


5 





13 


27 


3 


5 





13 


34 


3 


5 





13 


30 


2 


6 





18 



COMPANY SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL 






LEAGUE C 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


31 


7 





1 


4 


25 


7 


1 





5 


19 


5 


3 





9 


29 


4 


3 


1 


12 


26 


4 


4 





14 


23 


3 


4 





17 


35 


3 


4 





17 


32 


1 


7 





19 


20 





8 





21 



COMPANY SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL 






LEAGUE 


D 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 




TIE 


PLACE 


24 


8 










1 


28 


6 


2 







7 


30 


6 


2 







7 


21 


4 


4 







14 


33 


4 


4 







14 


34 


3 


5 







16 


36 


4 


4 







14 


27 


2 


6 







18 


22 





8 







21 





BATTALION RUGBY 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


1 


3 





2 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


2 


5 


3 


1 


1 


3 


2 


2 


3 





4 


6 


1 


4 





5 


4 


1 


2 





6 





fl/< TTALION SQUASH 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


3 


9 


1 





1 


1 


9 


1 





2 


4 


6 


3 





3 


6 


3 


6 


1 


4 


2 


3 


7 





5 


5 





9 


1 


6 



BA TTALION KNOCKABOUT SAILING 


TEAM WIN LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


2 6 





1 


6 5 





2 


5 4 





3 


1 3 





4 


3 2 





5 


4 2 





6 





BA TTALION VOLLEYBALL 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


5 


9 


1 





1 


3 


7 


2 


1 


2 


1 


5 


4 


1 


3 


4 


4 


6 





4 


2 


3 


6 


1 


5 


6 


2 


6 


2 


6 





S/^ TTALION SWIMMING 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


3 


5 








1 


5 


4 


1 





2 


1 


2 


3 





3 


2 


2 


3 





4 


4 


1 


4 





5 


6 


1 


4 





6 





BATTALION WRESTLING 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


6 


5 








1 


5 


4 


1 





2 


3 


3 


2 





3 


1 


2 


3 





4 


2 


1 


4 





5 


4 


1 


4 





6 



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FIELDBALL 





Winter Intramurals • 705 



SPRING 
INTRAMURALS 

1986 SPRING CHAMPIONS 

COMPANY FAST PITCH SOFTBALL 28th CO 

COMPANY SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL: 24th CO 

BATT BASKETBALL 6th BATT 

BATT LACROSSE: 3rd BATT 

BATT RUGBY 1st BATT 

BATT SQUASH: 3rd BATT 

BATT TENNIS 6th BATT 

BATT TRACK 1st BATT 

BATT VOLLEYBALL 5th BATT 

BATT SWIMMING: 3rd BATT 



COMPANY FIELDBALL 


LEAGUE A 


TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


1 


8 








2 


6 


7 


1 





3 


18 


6 


2 





4 


13 


4 


4 





7 


2 


3 


5 





10 


8 


3 


5 





10 


7 


2 


6 





14 


12 


2 


6 





14 


14 


1 


7 





16 



COMPANY FIELDBALL - LEAGUE 8 



10 


8 








2 


11 


7 


1 





4 


3 


6 


2 





8 


15 


4 


4 





8 


17 


4 


4 





11 


16 


3 


5 





13 


4 


3 


4 





15 


5 


1 


7 





17 


9 





8 








COMPANY LTWT TCH FOOTBALL 






LEAGUE A 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


13 


8 








1 


14 


7 


1 





4 


8 


6 


2 





5 


18 


5 


3 





8 


2 


4 


4 





11 


7 


2 


5 


1 


15 


12 


2 


6 





17 


6 


1 


7 





20 


1 





8 





22 



COMPANY L TWT TCH FOOTBALL 
LEAGUE B 



2 

4 
5 
10 
13 
13 
18 
18 
21 



COMPANY HVWT TCH FOOTBALL 






LEAGUE A 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


13 


8 








2 


7 


6 


2 





5 


8 


6 


2 





5 


14 


4 


4 





8 


18 


4 


4 





8 


12 


3 


5 





10 


2 


2 


6 





12 


6 


2 


6 





12 


1 


1 


7 





14 



COMPANY HVWT TCH FOOTBALL 
LEAGUE B 





BATTALION SQUASH 




TEAM 


WIN LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


4 


10 





1 


1 


7 2 





2 


6 


5 4 





3 


3 


3 7 





4 


2 


2 8 





5 


5 


2 8 





6 



BA TT ALIGN TEAM HANDBALL 



TEAM 
1 
2 
4 
6 
5 
3 



WIN 
9 
8 
6 
5 
2 




TIE 


PLACE 





1 





2 





3 





4 





5 





6 



706 • SPORTS 





COMPANY FIELDBALL 








LEAGUE C 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


25 


8 








1 


20 


7 


1 





4 


19 


5 


3 





6 


24 


4 


4 





9 


31 


4 


4 





9 


32 


3 


5 





12 


30 


2 


6 





15 


36 


2 


6 





15 


26 


1 


7 





17 





COMPANY FIELDBALL 








LEAGUE D 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


33 


8 








2 


35 


7 


1 





4 


21 


5 


3 





7 


23 


5 


3 





7 


28 


4 


4 





10 


34 


4 


4 





10 


22 


2 


6 





13 


29 


1 


7 





16 


27 





8 





18 



If fwa 

2 



COMPANY L TWT TCH FOOTBALL 






/.MGCf C 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


24 


8 








2 


25 


7 


1 





4 


32 


5 


3 





7 


36 


4 


4 





10 


19 


3 


5 





13 


30 


3 


5 





13 


26 


2 


5 


1 


17 


31 


2 


6 


1 


17 


20 





7 





21 



COMPANY LTWT TCH FOOTBALL 






iMGUf D 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


28 


8 








2 


23 


7 


1 





3 


22 


5 


2 


1 


6 


35 


4 


3 


1 


9 


34 


3 


4 


1 


12 


21 


3 


4 





14 


33 


2 


6 


1 


16 


27 


2 


6 





19 


29 





8 





22 



COMPANY HVWT TCH FOOTBALL 






LEAGUE C 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


36 


8 








1 


31 


7 


1 





4 


30 


6 


2 





6 


24 


4 


4 





8 


26 


4 


4 





8 


19 


2 


6 





11 


25 


2 


6 





11 


32 


2 


6 





11 


20 


1 


7 





14 



COMPANY HVWT TCH FOOTBALL 






LEAGUE D 






TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


21 


8 








3 


22 


7 


1 





4 


23 


5 


3 





7 


28 


5 


3 





7 


27 


4 


4 





9 


34 


4 


4 





9 


33 


2 


6 





11 


35 


1 


7 





13 


29 





8 





15 





B/^ TTALION COED SOCCER 




TEAM 


WIN 


LOSS 


TIE 


PLACE 


6 


8 





2 


1 


3 


7 


2 


1 


2 


5 


5 


4 


1 


3 


2 


5 


5 





4 


4 


3 


7 





5 


1 





10 





6 





e/^ TTALION COED BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


WIN LOSS TIE 


PLACE 


3 


8 2 


1 


4 


8 2 


2 


1 


6 4 


3 


6 


6 4 


4 


2 


2 7 


5 


5 


10 


6 



SPRING INTRAMURALS • 707 





COMPANY 

SLOW-PITCH 

SOFTBALL 





Spring Intramurlas • 709 




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LACROSSE 




Spring Intramurals •711 



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Captain James Meinderlein Lieutenant Commander Henry J. Sanford 

r Executive Assistant to the Superintendent Flag Secretary 



Lieutenant Susan S. Jordan 
Flag Lieutenant 




.; TuiunJa Y. Williams 
Superintendent's Protocol Officer 



Captain Albert H. Konetzni 
Deputy Commandant 



Lieutenant Commander John T. Doherty 
Executive Assistant to the Commandant 




pnant Commander John T. Carty 
*n| Advisor to the Commanrtnnt 



Major Robert C. Funk 
Performance Officer 



Captain T.P. Hewitt 
Conduct Officer 



Lieutenant Rjchord P. GiltKDy 
Administrative Officer 



Ensign S.G. Roden 
Personnel Officer 



Lieutenant John E. Cramer 
HoTKDr Officer 




LieuterKant Mark C. Ashley 
First Lieutenont 



Lieutenant Jesse Adams 
Fifxanciol Advisor 



LieuterKnt Craig J. Ma|<owski 
Disbursing Officer 







Gunnery Sergeant Joseph J. Frank 
Brigade Enlisted Advisor 



Ms. Nancy Parsons 



Commander Richard S. Murroy 
Operations Officer 




Lieutenant Commander Charles Floyd 
Assistant Operations Officer 



Lieutenant Rod D. Raymor 
Movement Officer 



Lieutenant Gray 
Schedules Officer 




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Lieutenant Christopher D. Bentley 
Midshipiman Activities Officer 



Mrs. Carol Baysinger 
Social Affairs Director 



Captain Holtzmon 
Senior Medical officer 




Captain A.B. Holderby 
Senior Chaplain 



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Captain John J. Glynn 
Chopkan 



Commander John L. Fitzgerald 
Chopkari 



Lieutenant Commander George W. 
PucciarelS 
Chapkain 





Lieutenant Commartder I 
Chaplain 



Lieuterxyit Commander Douglas Peart 
N^dshipmen Food Services Officer 



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Lieutenant Commander Ron L. Oteen 
Officer-in-Charge. MkJshipmen Store 



Lieutefxant Mary E. Bartio 
fficer Inspector of Unifofms 



Captain John O. Coppedge 

Director Naval Academy Athletic 

Association 



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Weapons 

Division Director: 
Captain KM. Klein, USN 



Executive Assistant: 
Commander R.N. Christianson, USN 



Tc^: Major Ware (Electrical Engineering) gives extra 
instruction to a midshipman. Middle: LCDR Stanfield, 
LCD!? Cummlngs, and LCDR Drew (Weapons and Sys- 
tems Engineering) discuss scheduling. Bottom: Assoc. 
Prof. Metcalf and Prof. Wiggins (Naval Systems Engi- 
neering) argue over a technical subject. Below: Cap- 
tain Klein. 






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Aerospace 
Engineering 
Department 

Chairman: 

Commander W.L. McCracken, USN 



LCDR D. Adcock 
Asst. Prof. J.E. Allen 
Asst. Prof. W.J. Bagario 
Lieutenant B. Campbell, USN 
Professor B.H. Carson 
Assoc. Prof. G.F. Hall 
LCDR J.D. Humphrey, USN 
LCDR T.E. Kleiser, USN 
Asst. Prof. M.D.A. Mackney 
Major R.L. Meng, USMC 
Professor D.F. Rogers 
Professor M. Saarlas 
Visiting Prof. Steve Paddock 
Visiting Prof. Dr. G. Peiper 



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Top Left: Asst. Prof. J.E. Allen Right: LCDR J.D. Humphrey l\4iddle Asst. Prof. 
M.D.A. Mackney Bottom: Assoc. Prof. W.J. Bagaria. 




Electrica 

Engineering 

Department 



Chairman: 
J Colonel G. Peterson, USAF 

Professor R. Alley 

Captain W. Averill, USMC 

Asst. Prof. B. Bennett 

LCDR W. Bloss, USN 

LCDR D. Brown, CF 

LCDR W. Brown, USN 

Professor S. Burns 

Asst. Prof. P. Burt 

Asst. Prof. B. Chimiak 

LCDR R. Corey, USN 

Visiting Prof. G. Curtis 

i Professor J. Eberhardt 

Visiting Prof. D. Fessenden 

Asst. Prof. D. Harding 

ander D. Hogan, USN 



LCDR J. Jenkins, USN 

LCDR E. Katzwinkel, USN 

Assoc. Prof. W. Kay 

Major F. Lanzer, USMC 

LCDR B. Lenhardt, USN 

Professor G. Leydorf 

Assoc. Prof. T. Llm 

LCDR J. Logan, USN 

Professor R. Martin 

Captain D. Mueke, USA 

Assoc. Prof. H. Neustadt 

LCDR J. Rood, USN 

Asst. Prof. B. Rynone 

Professor R. Sontoro 

Professor T. Sarkady 

LCDR D. Thompson, USN 

Major J. Ware, USMC 

Assoc. Prof. R. Wasta 



Prof. W. Kay right: LCDR R. Corey. USN Middle: Assoc. Prof. 
7.- LCDR J. Jenkins. USN. 





Top; Asst. Prof. R. D. Jamison Middle: LCDR E. J. Gibson, USN Bottom 
R. A. Dietrich. USN Right: Professor A. M. Alwon. 



rofessor J. A. Adams Assoc. Prof. H. H. Keith 

Professor A. M. Alwon Assoc. Prof. W. M. Lee 

Professor E. G. Bloomfield Major S. Lindberg, USA 

Professor T. W. Butler Professor V. J. Lopordo 

Commander A. L. Cipriani, USN LCDR R. A. Olsen, USN 



Assoc. Prof. H. C. DeMart I 

LCDR R. A. Deitrich, USN 
Assoc. Prof. E. E. Dodson I 

Lieutenant A. N. Eckert, USN I 
Asst. Prof. J. M. Fine I 

Asst. Prof. S. T. Fleischmann 
Professor J. O. Geremia 
LCDR E. J. Gibson, USN I 

Assoc. Prof. J. D. Gillerlain, Jr. 
Professor R. A. Granger 
Professor D. F. Hasson 
Asst. Prof. R. D. Jamison 
Assoc. Prof. J. A. Joyce 

Vlechanicd 



Engineering 
Department 



LCDR R. S. Owendoff, USN 
Asst. Prof. K. F. Reed 
Lietenant M. H. Rolfes, USN 
LCDR K. R. Shonkle, USN 
Professor R. A. Smith 
Captain P. B. Stumbo, USAF 
Professor J. P. Uldrick 
LCDR T. D. Walker, USN 
Professor C. Wu 



Chairman: 

Assoc. Prof. J. H. Smith 



n MkiOe: Asst. Prof. M. L. Nuckds Bottom Left: 
■WH Rigtit: Commander J. E, Panzigrou. USN. 



,USN 

Assoc. Prof. W. A. Borr 

— LCDR D. A. Blank, USN 

Prof. Emeritus A. E. Bock 

Lieutenant J. R. Bollinger, USN 

Professor R. H. Compton 

Professor T. H. Dawson 

Lieutenant M. T. Dimercurio, USN 

Lieutenant W. D. Doner, USN 

Commander T. E. fahy, USN 

LCDR H. M. Holland, USN 

Professor B. Johnson 

Lieutenant M. D. Johnson, USN 

LCDR R. H. Kuppers, USN 

Assoc. Prof. T. J. Langan 

Asst. Prof. K. W. Lindler 

Lietenant G. R. Long, USN 

LCDR J. T. Manvei, USN 

Asst. Prof. R. H. Mayer 



Professor M. E. McCormick 

Assoc. Prof. J. T. Metcalf 

LCDR R. H. IVIorrison, USN 

Assoc. Prof. B. C. Nehrling 

Professor M. E. Nelson 

Asst. Prof. M. L. Nuckols 

Commander J. E. Panzigrou, USN 

Lieutenant A. J. Quotroche, USN 

Assoc. Prof. C. C. Richard 

LCDR A. J. Sarich, USN 

Asst. Prof. W. H. Shulden 

LCDR D. R. Scott, USN 

Asst. Prof. K. L. Tuttle 

LCDR W. G. Washnock, USN 

Asst. Prof. G. J. White 

Professor P. F. Wiggins 

Chairman: 
Professor R. Bhattacharyya 

Naval 

Systems 

Engineering 

Department 







Weapons 
And Systems 
Engineering 
Department 

Chairman: 
Professor C. F. Olsen 

Assoc. Prof. C. G. Brockus 

Commander R. N. Christiansen, USN 

LCDR P. F. Coste, USN 

LCDR H. H. Cummings, USN 

Assoc Prof. R. Demoyer 

LCDR D. O. Drew, USN 

LCDR D. R. Hamon, USN 

LCDR D. J. Hogen, USN 

Assoc. Prof. K. A. Knowles 

LCDR M. J. Leghart, USN 

Captain G. J. Magnuson, USMC 

Captain M. K. McCianahan, USMC 

LCDR J. H. McKim, USN 

LCDR G. M. McKinley, USN 

Professor E. E. Mitchell 

LCDR J. F. Moron, USN 

LCDR J. D. Ouellette, USN 

Assoc. Prof. O. N. Rask 

Captain D. Simons, USMC 

LCDR W. C. Stanfield, USN 

Lieutenant M. Tempestilli, USN 

LCDR T. R. Watt, USN 

Assoc. Prof. J. W. Watts 

LCDR C. E. Wick, USN 

LT Colonel J. C. Wiles, USAF 



Top ie^LCDR J. D. Ouellette. USN RightlCDfi D. R. Homon. UN Mddle:lCDR T. R. 
Watt, USN Bottom: LCDR G. M. McKinley. USN 



ion Of 

lematics 

And 

Science 



Division Director: 
Captain R.L. Reasonover, USN 

Executive Assistant: 
Commander W.F. Jenkins, USN 



Top.Capt Andrews (Chemistry) gives extra instruction 
to two midshipmen. Middle: Assoc. Prof Chi (Computer 
Science) gives extra Instruction to a midshipman. Bot- 
tom: LCDR Lynn (Mathematics). Below: Capt. 
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Chairman: 

Commander L.J. Giannotti. USN 



Acting Chairman: 
Assoc. Prof. F.A. Skove 

Captain A.J. Athens, USMC 
LCDR W.G. Borries, USN 
Assoc. Prof. F.L.K. Chi 
Asst. Prof. C.A. Dane 
Instructor R.S. Demeo 
Major G.A. Ham, USMC 
Assoc. Prof. P.R. Harrison 
LCDR J.L. Johnson, USN 
LCDR M.L. Lechleitner, USN 
Assoc. Prof. R.G. Marshall 
LCDR N.P. Martino, USN 
Lieutenant M.L. Moron, USN 
Lieutenant M.G. Mort, USN 
LCDR G.F. Rowland, Jr., USN 
Vs. Prof. P.M. Ryan 
Assoc. Prof. R.E. Steed 
Captain J.C. White, USMC 



Above Maj. Ham. Top Left: Assoc. Prof. Harrison. Middle: 
LCDR Rowkand. Bottom: LCDR Lechleitner. 




Mathematics 
Department 



^^^^^^^^^^^^^■^ 


Assoc. Prof. P.O. Koch 


^^^^^^^^^^I^K Professor 


Asst. Prof. R.A. Lee 


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Assoc. Prof. B.T. Lerner 


l^^^^^^^^lf Professor J.C. Abbott 


LCDR F.L. Lynn, USN 


1^^^^^^^^^^ Assoc. Prof. P.P. Andre 


Asst. Prof. T.J. Mahar 


^^^^^^K, Asst. Prof. O.K. 


Asst. Prof. R.L. Manicl<e 


^^^^^^^I^H, Professor 


Captain R.F. Maruszewski, USNR 


^^^^^^^^^P Professor Betz 


Asst. Prof. P.B. Massel 


^^^^^^^^^ Assoc. Prof. J.L. Buchanan 


Professor P. A. McCoy 


■ ' CDR J.D. Buttinger, USN 


Assoc. Prof. M.D. Meyerson 


^1 Captain J.M. Byzewski, USMC 


Asst. Prof C. Moen 


■ LCDR J.J. Cartin, Jr., USN 


Professor C.E. Moore 


^Big;^;^^ Assoc. Prof. M.W. Chamberlain 


LCDR J.A. Morzinski, USN 


Hl^^ft' ^^^ •^■^- Cochrane. USN 


Assoc. Prof. E.J. Moulis, Jr. 


^■^^^^K Asst. Prof. C.G. Cra\A4ord 


Professor W.C. Mylander 


^H^^^^H Professor J.M. D'Archangelo 


Asst. Prof. G. Nakos 


^■^^^^B Lieutenant K.P. Dopart, USN 


LCDR J.A. Olson, USN 


■^^^B: Asst. Prof. D.G. Duffy 


CDR L. Parsons, USNR 


■^^^^B Lieutenant N.B. Dupuy, USN 


LCDR R.F. Patterson, USN 


■^^^^K Lieutenant, T.D. Epiee, USNR 


Assoc. Prof. H.L. Penn 


H^^^^B Asst. Prof. G.O. Fowler 


Asst. Prof. G.L. Price 


■^^^K LCDR M.D. Frost, USN 


Asst. Prof. B. Richter 


^^^^B Assoc. Prof. A Gaglione 


LCDR D.A. Rippel, Usn 


^^^^B Asst. Prof. M.J. Gotoy 


Professor T.J. Sandoz, USN 


^^^^^B Assoc. Prof. C.C. Honna 


Instructor S.M. Stolarski 


^^^^H Major S.D. Hanson, USMC 


Assoc. Prof. J.M. Stormes 


^^^^B Assoc. Prof. R.A. IHerrmann 


LCDR B.E. Truog, USNR 


^^^^B Captain J.B. Hill, USMC 


Assoc. Prof. J.S. Turisco 


^■■P Asst. Prof. M.E. Hoffman 


Assoc. Prof. J.C. Turner 


.\ . - LCDR S.R. Ingram, USN 


Asoc. Prof. W.P. Wardlow 


lllllJjjj^H^B Assoc. Prof. J.S. Kolme 


Assoc. Prof. P.J. Welcher 


^^^^^^^B Asst. Prof. G.A. Kaplan 


Asst. Prof. W.D. Withers 


^^^^^^^^■^^ Professor H.M Kaplan 


Assoc. Prof. C.S. Wolfe 


^^^^^^^^^Kc. Prof. A.A. 


Asst. Prof. W.E. Yancey 


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Asst. Prof. K.E. Zak 


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Professor Smedley. 

Captain R.M, Andrews, USMC 
Captain G.P. Belknap, USA 
Assoc. Prof. T.E. Bitterwoif 
Lieutenant M.L. Campbell, USNR 
Asst. Prof. G.T. Cheek 
Professor R.R. Corey, Jr. 
LCDR K.W. Curry, USN 
Asst. Prof. E.R. Davis 
Asst. Prof. G.F. De La Fuente 
Assoc. Prof. M.L. Elert 
Asst. Prof. A.B. Frost 
Assoc. Prof. F.J. Gomba 
Assoc. Prof. O.L. Jones 
Asst. Prof. T.B. Jones 
Professor J.F. Kelley, Jr. 
Professor E. Koubek 
Lieutenant Nathan Lacy, USNR 
Captain R.J. Lengyel, USN 
Professor S.P. Massie 
LCDR R.L. Moon, USN 
Asst. Prof. K.R. Osterhout 
Instructor I.L. Pigman 
LtCd W.M. Raymond, USA 
Asst. Prof. D. M Schmit 
Professor J.W. Schultz 
Asst. Prof. J.E. Shade 
CDR H.N. Simpson, USNR 
Professor W.M. Smedley 
Captain W.J. Vaiko, USAF 
Major R.L. Vaughn, USAF 
CDR D.L. VonMinden, USN 
Asst. Prof. B.A. Waite 
Asst. Prof. E.D. Walton 
Assoc. Prof. D.L. Weingartner 

Chairman C.F. Rowell, USN 

Chemistry 
Department 



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A«ste«e.LCDR Nelson. Bottom.lt Kinney. Setoiv.LCDR 



LCDR M.E. Alcorn, USN 

■enant E.J. Coolbaugh, USN 

Professor D.W. Edsall 

Assoc. Prof. J.W. Foerster 

LCDR J.P. Gleason, USN 

Vs. Prof. E.E. Hindmon 

Professor J.F. Hoffman 

Lieutenant S.D. Kinney, USN 

Vs. Prof. P.M. Moughan 

LCDR J.A. Morzinsl<i, USN 

LCDR C.A. Nelson, USN 

Lieutenant R.M Runge, USN 

LCDR K.M. Scarbro, USN 

LCDR G.W. Schwenke, USN 

LCDR P.T. Welsh, USN 

Chairman: 
Jommander K.H. Hunt, USN 

Acting Chairman: 
Professor J. Williams 



Oceanography 
Department 





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Physics 
Department 




Chairman: 
Professor F.L. Miller 

Professor R.H. Adkins 
Asst. Prof. C.E Albert 
Lieutenant D.A. Beam 
Professor D.W. Brill 
LCDR C.L. Burmaster, USN 
Professor G.P. Calame 
Lieutenant M.J.Connolly, USN 
Assoc. Prof. F.D. Correll 
Major D.A. Debruyne. USMC 
LCDR J.J. Donnelly, USN 
Professor S.A. Elder 
Assoc. Prof.l.M. Engle 
Asst. Prof. J.P. Ertel 
Assoc. Prof. W.E. Fasnacht 
Professor J.J. Fontanella 
Vs. Prof. G. Garr>ett 
Professor G.D. Gutsche 
Assoc. Prof. E.D. Hall 
CDR T.L. Houck. USN 



Assoc. Prof. J.R. Huddle 
Professor R.L. Johnston 
Asst. Prof. M.S. Korman 
Assoc. Prof. B.H. Morgan 
Assoc. Prof. D.A. Nordling 
Vs. Prof. D.J. O'Keeffe 
Captain P.H. Ostdiek, USAF 
Professor E.R. Pinkston 
Professor C.W. Rector 
LCDR D.A. Sadler, USN 
Professor C.S. Schneider 
Assoc. Prof. L.R. Schweizer 
Professor R.N. Shelby 
Lieutenant M.K. Smith, USN 
Professor J.R. Smithson 
Assoc. Prof. L.L. Tankersley 
LCDR R.D. Timm, USN 
Professor D.J. Treacy 
LCDR M.H. Trent, USN 
Asst. Prof. M. Wintersgill 



Left: Asst. Prof. Ertel. Mkkie: Assoc. Prof. Morgan. Top Left: Professor Sheby. 
Above: Lt Beam. 




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nd International 

Studies 

Division Director; 
^ Captain W.B. Garrett, USN 

Executive Assistant: 
Major R.L. Wolf, USMC 




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ie/y.Asst. Prof. Corredor. Middle: Asioc. Prof. Sotterwoite. Bottom 
Prof. Dahlgren. Below: Professor Holbig. 



Asst. Prof E.L. Corredor 
Assoc. Prof. S.G. Dahlgren 
Asst. Prof. W.H. Fletcher 
CDR J. Hendes, FGN 
ENS J.A. Kendall, USNR 
Assoc. Prof. D.T.Y. Lee 
Asst. Prof. E. Morquez 
Assoc. Prof. G. Rivero-LaScala 
Assoc. Prof. V.S. Tolstoy 
Professor J.D. Yarbro 
Professor J.A. Hutchins 
Professor G.T. Riccio 
Assoc. Prof. E.J. Sotterwoite 

Chairman: 
Professor M.C. Holbig 

Language Studies 
Department - 




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Political Science 
Department 



Chairman: 
Professor R.L. Rau 

CDR A. Baggs, USNR 
Vs. Asst. Prof. R.L. Beckman 
Assoc. Prof. R.A. Bender 
Assoc. Prof. T. Boyajy 
Professor C.L. Cochran 
Professor J.A. Fitzgerald 
Assoc. Prof. S.E. Frantzich 
LCDR T.P. Gallagher, III, USN 
Mr. M. Henderson, FSO 
Captain J.E. Kruse, USMC 
Asst. Prof. G.A. Mattox 
Captain K.P. O'Keefe, USMC 
Assoc. Prof H.E. Purkitt 
Assoc. Prof. A.R. Rochwold 
CDR R.C Schaeffer, USN 
Professor R.G. Tomlinson 
LCDR L.A. Turrentine, USN 
Professor G.P. Watkins 



Left: Assoc. Prof, Boyajy. MdcXe: Copt Kruse. Top Left: Professor Fitzgerald. 
Above: Professor Rau. 



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nd History 

Division Director: 
Colonel J.W. Ripley, USMC 

Executive Assistant: 
Major R.F. Saikowski, USMC 



t: Asst. Prof. Cogar (History). Middle: 
>'"* Harrod (History). Opposite Page: 

Dry). Middle: Cap^ Oliver (English). 

y). Top Right: Assoc. Prof. Good 

(English). 



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Assoc. Prof. J. A. Arnold 

Major C. Beck, USAF 

Lieutenant A. Benson, USNR 

Assoc. Prof. H.F. Bergman 

Assoc. Prof. N Berman 

Assoc. Prof. M.C. Browne 

Instructor C. Burke 

Lieutenant T.J. Dekornfeld, USNR 

Asst. Prof. L. Evans 

Professor F.M. Fetrow 

I Lieutenant J.G. Garzone, USNR 

r Assoc. Prof. J.M. Hill 

~ Instructor M. Howland 

Professor P.K. Jason 

Professor M. Jasperson 

Assoc. Prof. E.T. Johnston 

Professor A.B. Lefcowitz 

Asst. Prof. R. Madison 

LCDR K. Maynard, USN 

CDR S. Myslinski, USNR 

Assoc. Prof. CM. Nolan 

Captain K. Oliver, USMC 

Asst. Prof. T. O'Brien 

Assoc. Prof. M.P. Parker 

Asst. Prof. N.W. Prothro 

Assoc. Prof. S.M. Ross 

Lieutenant B. Schebendach, USNR 

I Captain J. Sidri, USA 

Assoc. Prof. M.B. Tinsley 

Asst. Prof. D.A. White 

Asst. Prof. H.C. Wilcoxon 

^soc. Prof. J.M. Wooten 

Chairman: 
^"")r D.O. Tomlinson 








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Chairman: 
Professor F.S. Harrod 

Assoc. Prof. R.P. Abels 
Assoc. Prof. P.R. Artigiani 
Asoc. Prof. T. Bogacz 
Assoc. Prof. T.E. Brennon 
Asst. Prof. W.B. Cogar 
Assoc. Prof. P. Culham 
LCDR T.J. Cutler, USN 
Lieutenant J. Dejnozka, USNR 
Asst. Prof. N.W. Ellenberger 
LCDR K.L. Gallagher, USN 
Assoc. Prof. K.J. Hagan 
Professor F.S. Harrod 
Asst. Prof. M.T. Isenberg 
LCDR A. Koczon, USNR 
Assoc. Prof. R.W. Love, Jr. 
LtCol P.B. Moni, USA 
Assoc. Prof. D.M. Mosterson 
Asst. Prof. D.P. Peeler 
Asst. Prof. A.T. Quartararo 
Asst. Prof. W.R. Roberts 
Major R.F. Saikowski, USMC 
LCDR D.M. Schom, USN 
LCDR D.T. Sine, USN 
Assoc. Prof. J. Sweetman 
Professor C.L. Symonds 
Assoc. Prof. J.P. Thomas 
Captain P.T. Underwood, USMC 
LCDR R.T. Zeimet, USNR 



Top Left: Asst. Prof. Cogor. Mddle: LCDR Gallogher. Left: Assoc. Prof. Abels. 
Atx>ve: Professor Symonds. 




Laft: Lt Squire. Matte; Lt Healey. Bottom Left: Lt Edwards. B&low: LCDR 
Leighty. 



LCDR B. Beckman, USN 
LCDR R. Borro. USN 
Asst. Prof. E. Bowman 
LCDR W. CompbeH, USN 
CDR P. Crigler, USN 
Lieutenont B. Dodson, USN 
Lieutenant A. Dodge, USN 
Lieutenant J. Edwards, USN 
CDR C. Gunter, USN 
Lieutenant P. Healey, USN 
Major C. Herdering, USMC 
Major H. Hopson, USMC 
Lieutenant T. Hutcliinson, USN 
LCDR C. Large, USN 
LCDR M. Leighty, USN 
LCDR L. Lindstrom, USN 



Lieutenant T. Malone, USN 
Professor G. Mann 
LCDR K. McMahon, USN 
Professor K. Mantor 
Lieutenant J. Panzik, USN 
Lieutenant R. Roach, USN 
Lieutenant C. Sanders, USN 
Lieutenant M. Schwartz, USN 
Lieutenant R. Smith, USN 
Lieutenant L. Squire, USN 
Lieutenant B. Willcox, USN 
Lieutenant J. Woodward, USN 

Chairman: 

Commander D. Curran, USN 



Leadership 

And Law 

Department 



t. Price. Bottom Ri^t: LCDR Marvin. Below: Lt Jones. 



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CDR C. Barotti, IN 

Lieutenant R. Beard, USN 

Lieutenant B. Bellis, USN 

LCDR R. Berries, USN 

LCDR D. Bryce, USN 

LCDR L. Carvalho, BN 

Lieutenant E. Dyevre, FN 

Lieutenant J. Eggleston, USN 

Lieutenant T. Esquina, USN 

Lieutenant F. Fenno, USN 

LCDR D. Filz, USN 

Lieutenant T. Fleischer, USN 

Lieutenant R. Harper, USN 

Lieutenant J. Hill, USN 

Lieutenant S. Hummer, USN 

LCDR N. Iguchi, JMSDF 

Lieutenant J. Johnston, USN 

Lieutenant G. Jones, USN 

Lieutenant N. Katsiotis, USN 

Ueutenant T. Litowinsky, USN 

Lieutenant S. Lyon, USN 



Lieutenant W. Macht, USN 

LCDR G. Marvin, USN 

Lieutenant C. McNew, USN 

Lieutenant C. Megorden, USN 

Lieutenant R. Morabito, USN 

Lieutenant M. Nicol, RAN 

Lieutenant G. Nunez, USN 

Lieutenant A. Portillo, USN 

Lieutenant D. Ray, USN 

Lieutenant J. Rennie, USN 

Lieutenant M. Schwartz, USN 

Lieutenant H. Semler, USN 

Lieutenant T. Smith, USN 

Lieutenant M. Tose, USN 

Sail Master B. Wylds 

Lieutenant T. Yavorski, USN 

LCDR L. Youree, USN 

Chairman: 
Commander D. Lee, USN 



Seamanship 

And Navigation 

Department 







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Professional 

Programs 

Department 



Chairman: 

Commonder T. Cojser, USN 

lieutenant A. Cone, USN 
LCDR T. Cutler, USN 
Lieutenant A. Dodge, USN 
LCDR H. HokJen, USN 
LCDR D. Johnson, USN 
Lieutenant W. McComnack, USN 
Lieutenant S. Morrissey, USN 
LCDR W. Roberts, USN 



Top ieff-LtMcCocmock. Mdble. LCDR Johnson, floftom; LCDR Roberts. AboveXi 
Dodge. 



Professional Progr' 




Head. Physical Education Dept. /Deputy Director of 
Athletics: Commander J.J. Campbell, USN 

Executive Officer: 
Commander D.E. Church, USN 

Deputy Physical Education Officer: 
Assoc. Prof. J.M. Gehrdes, USN 

Assoc. Prof. S.N. Belichick 

Asst. Prof. W.J. Bircher 

Asst. Prof. D. Brown 

Assoc. Prof. A. A. Cantelio 

'. Assoc. Prof. R. Clothier 

! Assoc. Prof. J.M. Cloud 

Asst. Prof. S.M. Cooksey 

Lieutenant J. Cotton, USN 

Asst. Prof. J.B. Dainard 

Professor A.R. Deladrier 

ENS E.N. Denny, USN"* 

Lieutenant D.S. Dobbs, USI 

Assoc. Prof. J. Duff 

Lieutenant A.C. Edkins, USN 

ENS J. Fitzpatrick, USNR 



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Lieutenant D.J. Hemmer, USN 

Assoc. Prof. J. Higgins 

Captain J. Kerr, USMC 

Asst. Prof. P.M. Kormnann 

ENS D.R. Laton, USNR 

Assoc. Prof. L.W. Lawrence 

Asst. Prof. B. Lawson 

Assoc. Prof. H.W. Lenz 

ENS R.E. Lievendag, USNR 

Asst. Prof. B. Matthews 

ENS B. McLaughlin. USNR 

Lieutenant J.R. McMillan, USN 

Asst. Prof. R.F. Meade 

Major L. Messick, USMC 

Coach J. Mosketti 

Assoc. Prof. L.G. Myers 

ENS K.J. O'Shanick, USNR 

Asst. Prof. J. Officer 

Assoc. Prof. E.C. Peery 

Assoc. Prof. D.W. Purdy, Jr. 

Lieutenant R. Ravener, USN 

Professor A.J. Rubino 

Ueutenant K. Sanford, USN 

Asst. Prof. W.A. Savering 

Ueutenant Og) N. Schiovetto. USN 

ENS M.W. Schofield, USNR 

Lieutenant E.S. Sheohan, USN 

Lieutenant T.J. Shelly, USN 

Asst. Prof. J. Suriono 

Instructor T. Virgets 

Lieutenant Og) C. Wagner, USN 

Assoc. Prof. R.P. Wicks 



Top Left- Assoc. Prof. Duff. Midcee: Asst. Prof. Dainard. Bottom: Ens. 
Denny. Below: Asst. Prof. Officer. Opposite Page: Top Left: AKt. Prof. 
Lawson. Tc^ Right: Assoc. Prof. Lawrence, /tfcfate. Asst. Prof. Sunano. 
Bottom: Lt. Ravener. 




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* tLASS OF 1986 * 



The United States Naval Academy Alumni Association is very pleased to welcome your 
class to our ranks, with 95'vr of the class coming aboard as Life members of the Alumni 
Association. 

REMEMBER THAT YOUR MEMBERSHIP ENTITLES YOU TO THE FOL- 
LOWING BENEFITS: 

• Low-cost group term life insurance 

• Reduced rate group investment program 

• Group travel opportunities 

• Low-cost hospitalization supplement plan 

• Subscription to Shipmate magazine, which includes 
Class notes and the Association's Annual Report 

• Eligibility to vote for Officers and Trustees 

• Receipt of Class newsletters. Homecoming 
information, etc. 

• Employment assistance 

The list of benefits will increase as the needs arise, so stay in touch and let us know if we can be of assis- 
tance to you in any way. 

Best wishes for future happiness and success as you join the ranks of alumni who long have rendered 
distinguished service to our Country, our Navy and our Naval Academy! 

• WELCOME ABOARD ir 



THE U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



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the Navy is aeveloping a new 
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ming languages and develop- 
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In the data processor area, TRW 
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supports DoD's god to estabUsh 
a single, DoD-compatible, trans- 
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and language support environ- 
ment. TRW has been involved 
with Ada technology since 
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review team for the first Ada 
requirements. 



High productivity — that's the 
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productivity by more than 40 
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handles exceptional data and 
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At the U.S. Air Force 
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In the Middle East, Contel is 

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•" Egypt, designing and 



installing security systems at 
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In space, we're owner and 
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Complex telecommunications 
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An aggressive package of power 
is ready to striice — the SuperCobra! 



.\H-1\\' SuperCobra (formcrK- the AH-lT-r ) 
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attack helicopter. 

Its predecessor is the AH-IT — the U.S. 
Marines multimission SeaCobra. Now see how an 
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Supe}-Cobra — toda\'s most \ersatile attack helicopter. 
High-powered maneuverability- 
New tA\in General Electric T700-GE-401 
engines gi\c the SuperCx)bra 65% more power In 
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siuffle nifiine and climb at more than 800 ft. min. 
.\nd on a hot da\; the AH-IW SuperCobra 
hovers OGE at 3,000' feet with hill hiel, eight TOW 
or eight Hellfire missiles, plus full uirret ammunition 



and rockets . . . still, w ith power to spare! 
Firepower to match the mission 

SuperCobras carr\ a \enomous arsenal — 
TOW, Sidewinder, Hellfire, ZUNT rockets and more. 

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The traditional hat toss that 
concludes each Annapolis grad- 
uation ceremon\ s> mbolizes 
an end and a beginning. These 
future leaders have just com- 
pleted a challenging four-\ear 
program. Now the\"rc prepared 
to pertbnm in toda\ "s Na\A. 

Their joumeN from plebe 
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est of foundations — a solid 
grounding in fundamentals. 

At Ra\lheon. ue too. 
appreciate the \alue of funda- 
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basics of sound design, research, 
manufacturing, and s\ sterns 
management helps us to pro- 
vide the Na\A with Sparrow 
and Sidewinder air-to-air 
missiles, shipboard missile s\s- 
tems. and fire control and air 
search radars as well as sonar 
and electronic warfare s>stems. 

lbda\ "s and tomorrow "s 
Annapolis graduates will be 
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RLGs STAR IN SAHRS. 

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with a system for the Tri-Ser\ice Standard Attitude Heading 
Reference System (SAHRS) program. The same RLG teclinology 
will go into the Air Force Systems Command MILST.AR and the 
U.S. Army's High Reliability Inertial Reference programs. 



SHOOT AND SCOOT WITH 
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Our Modular Azimuth Position 
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fire its weapon, and move on to 
another location. 





CAINS II TAKES OFF 
WITH OUR RLGs. 

Many future Li.S. Navy carrier 
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na\igation systems. CAINS II and 
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A mission lies ahead shrouded in fog and darkness. A critical mission that 
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Start with visually-coupled components that cut electronic windows through 
adverse conditions. Add navigational and tactical situation displays, interactive 
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sharpens operational performance, improves survivability and helps ensure 
successful missions. 

We pioneered helmet systems 20 years ago, and we've been advancing the 
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We're ready to equip your command for the impossible. Contact the Military Avionics 
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for weapon system support? 




The Integrated 

Diagnostic 

Support 

System termed "IDSS" represents a 
major techn< ilogical achievement for the 
next generation of test systems. This 
new concept incorporates methods of 



collecting knowledge about the weapon 
system and processes it in a way that 
resembles human reasoning. Once 
established, the IDSS knowledge base 
is used to detect and diagnose weapon 
systems failures. 
Hairis is consistently exploring new and 



innovative ways of improving test 
technology, and the IDSS is just 
one example. Harris Coi-poration, 
Government Support Systems Division 
6801 Jericho Turnpike, Svosset, Long 
Island, NY 11791. 516-677-2000. 

SI HARRIS 



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The T4 5 Training System is designed to polish the skills of 
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T45TS is a totally integrated training system, combining 
all the essential training elements including logistics support. 
It will help maintain the tradition of excellence in Naval 
Aviation through the 1990s and beyond while reducing the 
cost of training by almost 50 percent. 




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If you think you've got complex data processing needs. 



imagine automating an office like this. 

It's more than 1,000 feet long. 

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At full strength, its crew numbers 
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And it generates enough power to 
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The nuclear-powered aircraft carrier 
USS Carl Vinson is perhaps the most 
complex and technologically sophisti- 
cated mobile structure ever built. And it 
handles its immense data processing, 
word processing and video requirements 
with Wang \'S computers, all tied 
together in an integrated network. 



The Wang system assists in keeping 
track of everything from work-in-progress 
to personnel records. It's helping to stan- 
dardize administrative and management 
procedures. And it's used to monitor 
planning and control, ship's training, 
system testin" and even maps out the 
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To learn how Wang can handle 
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the fact that things don't always go your way. 
The main thing is to work hard at improving 
yourself. That way, when your opportunity does 
come-ond it will-you1l be ready." 

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smm. May sing of colors true. 
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Almighty Father, 
whose way is in the sea, whose path are in the great waters, 
whose connmand is over all, and whose love never talleth: 
Let me be aware of Thy presence and obedient to Thy will. 
Keep me true to my best self, 
guarding me against dishonesty in purpose and in deed, 
and helping me so to live that I can stand 
unashamed and unafraid 

before my shipmates, my loved ones, and Thee. 
Protect those in whose love I live. 
Give me the will to do my very best 
and to accept my share of responsibilities 
with a strong heart and a cheerful mind. 



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Make me considerate of those entrusted to my leadership 
and faithful to the duties my country has entrusted to me. 
Let my uniform remind me daily 
of the traditions of the Service of which I am a part. 
If I am inclined to doubt, steady my faith; 
if I am tempted, make me strong to resist; 
if I should miss the mark, give me the courage to try again. 
Guide me with the light of truth 

and keep before me the life of Him by whose example and help 
I trust to obtain the answer to my prayer, 
Jesus Christ our Lord. 
Amen. 




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Eternal Father, , 1 

strong to save,* , ^ ^^ 

Whose arm hath bound ' * »' 

the restless wave, 

Who'bidd'stthemghty 

ocean deep 

Its own appointed I 

limits keep. 

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"These are the times that try men's souls. 

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their country; but he that stands it now 

deserves the love and thanks of man and 

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that the harder the conflict, the more glorious 

the triumph." 

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As I look around the Lucky Bag Office and see all that 
remains of on intense summer of picture-finding and copy- 
writing, I find myself thinking about all of the time and effort 
that the staff and I have put into this book over the last year, 
and I hove to sit back, heave a sigh of relief, and smile. For, 
though at times it did not appear that the book would ever be 
produced according to our original design, things always 
seemed to work out- one way or another. 

Now that the final pages of the book have been sent off to 
Jostens and the staff of the 1987 Lucky Bog have begun 
preparing the designs for their book, it is time for me to box the 
left-over pictures, clean out my desk, and get ready to move 
on to another task. However, before I end this letter and 
officially close the book, I would like to thank some special 
people without whose help I may never hove finished: 

Ted Anderson: My right-hand man throughout the year, he 
helped keep the staff members going, and took over a lot of 
my work when things got rough. 

Lisa Rothjen: Without her help and expertise in layout design, 
the book would not hove been nearly as fantastic as it is. She 
also did a marvelous job on the Daily Routine section- a late 
addition to the format of the book. 

John Beach: Our representative from Jostens, John could 
always be counted on to come down from Glen Burnie when- 
ever his phone rang. His guidance and assistance, along with 
his personal desire to see us succeed, helped us overcome 
many obstacles during the year. 

Finally, I would like to thank Commander Barry and Lieuten- 
ant Winsor for helping me stay "on target," Lieutenant Byng 
and Sherry Hopkins for keeping money straight, Walter Moore 



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money, the entire 1986 Lucky Bag staff for all of the time and 
effort that each of you put into this book, Jim Logue and the 
folks at Yearbook Associates for all of the help with the pic- 
tures, my roommate Ray Poinsette for his support, and my 
parents for believing in me. 

I hope that everyone will cherish the memories that this book 
sought to capture as much as I will. Fair winds and following 
seas to OIL 



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Editor-in-Chief 
1986 Lucky Bag 



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ADAMS, Timothy A. 1. 348 
ADAMS, Erik. 14, 413 
ADDISON, James R, 22. 450 
ADKINS, James N, 1, 348 
AGUILAR, Leonard J. 36, 520 
AINSWORTH. Christopher J, 30. 490 
ALEGRE, Mario H, 17. 427 
ALLEN, Douglas R, 2, 354 
ALLEN, Averett M, 4, 363 
ALLEN, Christopher J. 4. 363 
ALLEN. Timothy C, 7. 377 
ALLEN, Michael A. 12. 401 
ALLEN. Brian D, 20, 441 
ALLISON, Peter S, 12, 401 
ALLMAN, Todd R. 30, 490 
ALMAN. Sharon R, 20, 441 
ALTERA, Allan G, 1, 348 
ALTHOUSE, Michael S. 7, 377 
AMEDICK, Michael D, 8, 381 
AMES, Stephen T, 17, 427 
ANDREAS, Roger T, 7, 378 
ANGIL, Mark J, 24, 460 
APPLEWHITE, William C, 25, 465 
ARATA, Frank A, 21, 446 
ARNESON, Kenneth V, 28, 479 
ARREDONDO, Alfredo, 18, 431 
ARTHUR. George T, 29. 485 
ASHLEY. Matthew C. 11. 397 
ATKINSON, Craig A, 16, 421 
ATWELL. Christopher A, 13, 407 
AZZARITA, Nicholas J, 24, 460 
BACA. David G. 14, 413 
BACHMANN, Thomas D. 22, 450 
BACZKOWSKI, Daniel K, 20. 441 
BACZUK. Rebecca L. 16. 421 
BADER. Robert T. 1. 348 
BAERGE. Ruben D. 24. 460 
BAGGETT. Daniel K. 10. 392 
BAILEY, Jonathan B, 21, 446 
BAKER, John O, 34. 509 
BALCH. Walter J. 22, 451 
BALDING, James J, 2. 354 
BALL. John W. 2. 354 
BALL. Donald M. 20. 441 
BALLISTER, Daniel J, 3, 359 
BAMONTE. John D, 31. 495 
BARBON, Richard S, 2, 354 
BARNES, Bradford M, 17. 427 
BARNES. James D. 36. 520 
BARNETT. Brian S, 5, 368 
BARRON. Joseph F. 15. 417 
BARTH. Mark S. 33. 504 
BASS. Elizabeth R. 3. 359 
BATESON. Damon W. 31. 495 
BAUGH. Douglas J. 22. 451 
BAUGHMAN. Kenneth D. 5, 368 
BAYLY. Mark H. 24, 460 
BAZAN, Robert S, 21, 446 
BECKER, Douglas B, 1. 349 
BECKETT, Karl T, 36, 520 
BEIL, Bradley G, 13, 407 
BELDY, Daniel L, 33. 504 
BELL, John C, 31 495 
BELLINGER, Matthew F. 18. 431 
BELLISTRI. Jeffrey M. 1 349 
BENGAL. Christopher J. 29. 485 
BENDEN. Christopher P. 6. 373 
BENNETT. Jeffrey K. 15. 417 
BERLIN. Kevin R. 9. 387 
BERRYMAN. Brian K. 25. 465 
BEVERLY. Joseph F. 10. 392 
BEVERLY. Brian K. 23. 455 
BIJAK. Francis A. 20, 442 
BLACK. Eugene. 9. 387 
BLACK. Robert C, 33, 504 
BLAIR, Mary E, 31 495 
BLASTOS, James M, 35, 514 
BLEDSOE, Matthew G, 4, 364 
BLUMENBERG, Michael A, 15. 417 
BODZIAK. Richard P. 6. 373 
BOENER. Joseph H. 7. 378 
BOGDAN. Kenneth A. 35. 514 
BOJO. Rudy R. 16. 422 
BORSCH. Stuart J, 28, 479 
BOSKA, Kothleen R, 35. 515 
BOUCHARD. Donald M. 26. 469 



BOWEN. Stephen G. 4. 364 
BOYD. Michael D. 4. 364 
BOYD, Alan D, 32, 499 
BOYER, Eric B, 2, 354 
BRADY, Steven M, 31 495 
BRAMMER. Dean D, 24, 461 
BRASWELL, Donald H, 28. 480 
BROCH. Alfred M. 16. 422 
BROCHARD. Paul E, 12. 402 
BROCKETT. James R. 28. 480 
BROOKINS. Adolph H. 28. 480 
BROOKS. Robert E. 5. 369 
BROWN. Kevin J. 5. 369 
BROWN. Curtis A. 17, 427 
BROWN, James F, 17, 427 
BROWN, Thomas E, 20, 442 
BROWN. Edward W. 24. 461 
BROWN. Brian B, 30, 490 
BRUCE, Thomas D, 25, 465 
BRUNER, Eric J, 1 349 
BRYANT, Bradley V, 23, 455 
BURGER, Robery J. 15. 417 
BURGESS, Eugene R. 5. 369 
BURKE, David J, 8, 381 
BURKE, Eugene E, 28, 480 
BURKERT, Tod D. 20. 442 
BURQUE, Daniel J, 1 349 
BUSTAMANTE, George A. 20, 442 
BUTLER, Peter J, 4. 364 
BUTLER, Vernon R, 31 495 
BYERS. Raymond L, 29, 485 
BYMAN, David A, 5, 369 
CABANA, Brian K, 27, 475 
CADWELL, Michael G, 35, 515 
CALANDRA, Joseph P, 12, 402 
CALDWELL, Vernon F, 5, 369 
CALIFANO, Anthony F, 35, 515 
CALKINS, Brett W, 16, 422 
CALTON, Renneth J, 25, 465 
CAMPBELL, James R. 4, 364 
CAMPBELL. Glenn E, 15, 417 
CAMPION. Christopher L, 10, 393 
CANN, Thomas P, 32, 499 
CANNON, Sean C, 18. 431 
CARDINALLI. Frances. 9. 387 
CARIELLO, Louis V. 24. 461 
CARLISLE. Connie L. 6. 373 
CARPENTER, Jerry A, 11 397 
CARR, William J, 13, 407 
CARRIEDO, Ruben. 15. 417 
CARROLL. John W. 8. 382 
CART, Kevin J, 23, 455 
CARWIN, Stephen E, 2, 354 
CASADOS, Christopher D, 14. 413 
CASARES, Jose M, 23, 455 
CASEY. Kevin T, 34, 509 
CASSIDY. Ian A. 5. 369 
CASTELLI. Christopher W. 9. 387 
CASTRO. Stephen J. 7. 378 
CERES. Robert L. 31 495 
CHAPMAN. Dale S. 23. 456 
CHASE. Eric T. 26. 469 
CHASE. Brian S. 30. 490 
CHERNOCH, Katherine D, 21 446 
CHOI. Rodney M. 11. 397 
CHUN. Conrad C. 28. 481 
CICCOLELLA. JR. Carmine. 2. 354 
CINTRON. Miguel J. 17, 427 
CLARK, Darwin L. 32, 499 
COCKEY. Michael K, 9, 388 
CODDINGTON, Dean M, 1 349 
COE, James S, 18, 431 
COLLETTE, Royal G, 6, 373 
COLLINS, Charles D, 5, 369 
COLLINS, Thomas D, 5. 369 
COLLINS. Kent R, 11, 397 
COLLINS. Kipp A. 13. 407 
COLLINS. Raymond P. 19. 436 
COLLINS. John A. 30. 491 
CONAWAY, David K. 22. 451 
CONLON. Thomas M. 34. 509 
CONNELLY. Agnes L. 9. 388 
CONNOLLY, III, Nicholas, 18, 432 
CONNORS, Sean M, 8, 382 
CONROY, Shawn F, 14, 413 
COOK. Sprogue C. 34. 509 
COOLING. Norman L. 26, 470 



COOPER, Douglas W, 26, 470 
CORISH. Christopher J. 12. 402 
COSTELLO. Paul M. 10. 393 
COWAN. Edward J. 2. 354 
CRAIG, William D. 14. 413 
CRAIG, Stuart B, 16, 422 
CROOK. John A. 34. 510 
CROUCH. Steven W. 22. 451 
GROUSE. Joy B. 8. 382 
GROUSE. J Cooper. 31 495 
CRUMBLISH. Mark F. 18. 432 
CRUZ. Norman D. 4. 364 
CRUZ. Gregory R. 22. 451 
CURRY. Timothy M, 29, 485 
CYR. Andrew A, 8. 382 
DAGHIR, Mark G, 28, 481 
DAHL, Jeffrey M, 3, 359 
DALGETTY, Michael P. 15, 417 
DALTON, Rustin L, 23. 456 
DAMPER. Louis H. 6. 374 
DANDA, James S, 26, 470 
DANIELS, Steven L, 1 349 
DANSEY, Rick E, 4, 364 
DAUGHERTY, Lawrence R, 17, 427 
DAVID, Frederick C, 25, 465 
DAVIDSON, Sandra L. 20, 442 
DAVILA, Jeffrey D, 28, 481 
DAVIS, Bradford C, 21 447 
DAVISON. Kathryn L. 6. 374 
DEAN. Righard W. 15, 417 
DECLUE, Mark J. 35, 515 
DEEMING, Shaun A, 2, 355 
DELAMER, Kevin J, 19, 436 
DELBARBA, Brian P, 1 349 
DELIA, Jerald T, 19, 437 
DELL, Ernest E, 15, 418 
DEMERS, Paul R, 35, 515 
DEMPSEY, Thomas E, 21 447 
DENUTO. John V, 7, 378 
DEVINO, Anthony J. 12, 402 
DEWAELE, David P, 10, 393 
DIBBLE, Bartley M, 26, 470 
DIBBLE, Jeffrey D, 35. 515 
DICAMPU, James K, 1, 349 
DIETRICH, Peter T, 15, 418 
DIGIANDOMENICO, Joseph F, 12. 
403 

DINGESS, Jackie E, 28, 481 
DIVERDE, Michael T, 3, 359 
DIXON, Derrick L, 29, 486 
DODDS, Franklin B, 7, 379 
DODGES, Curt W, 14, 413 
DOLAN, Matthew B, 2, 355 
DONALDSON. Scott E, 6, 374 
DONIGAN, Michael K, 10, 393 
DONNELLY, James S. 22, 451 
DONOFRIO, Steven J, 5. 370 
DONOVAN, William H, 13, 408 
DORAN, Thomas J, 27, 475 
DOREMUS. Kenneth R, 6, 374 
DOREY, John M, 31 496 
DORKO, Michael A, 10, 393 
DOUGHERTY, Charles A, 18, 432 
DRAGAN, William G, 17, 427 
DRIFTMIER, David K, 18, 432 
DUBINOK, Jefferson L, 6, 374 
DUBOV, William S, 9, 388 
DUECKER, Jonathan A, 17, 428 
DUFFY, Michael J, 5, 370 
DUFRESNE, Daniel F, 29, 486 
DUMLAO, Jean T, 25, 465 
DUNBRACK, Harold S, 10, 393 
DUNCAN, Timothy D, 26, 471 
DUNN, Borbero E, 9, 388 
DUNN, Craig B, 20, 442 
DUNSTAN, Edmund F. 8. 383 
DURAND, James F, 26, 471 
DURAND, Jeffrey M, 31 496 
DWYER, James F, 34, 510 
DYKHOFF, Nancy J, 3, 359 
DYSON, John B, 17, 428 
EAKES. Mark W, 24, 461 
ECHOLS, Eddy L, 6, 374 
EDMONDS. Brian P. 35. 515 
EDSON. Denise M. 6. 374 
EDWARDS. Douglas T. 30. 491 
ELLISON. Aaron S. 26. 471 



ELLY, Ronnie A. 5, 370 
ENGLISH. David M. 7. 379 
ENGLISH. Donald J. 30, 491 
ENRIQUEZ. Kurt J. 32. 499 
ESAKI. Alan T. 33. 504 
ESTRADA. Glenn J. 21 447 
EUSTACE. John R. 25. 465 
EVERLY. Stephen C, 5, 370 
EVERTSON, Scott R, 30, 491 
EVES, Daniel M, 26, 471 
EWING, Robert S, 15, 418 
EYRES, Donald F, 4, 364 
FALLON, Karen, 35. 515 
FARINA. Anthony J, 34, 510 
FARRELL, Eric D, 1 350 
FAY, Stephen T, 25, 465 
FEFFER, Mark C, 17, 428 
FEINSTEIN, Brett M, 8, 383 
FENTON, Gregory J, 4, 365 
FENTON, Eric J, 22, 451 
FEUCHTBAUM, Louis P, 13, 408 
FINK, Susan D, 25, 466 
FINLEY, Michael J, 36, 520 
FINN, William E, 22, 451 
FITZPATRICK, Barry J, 11. 397 
FLACHSBART. Brian M. 32. 500 
FLEMING. James R. 11 397 
FLINTER. William P. 2. 355 
FLORES. Jeffrey D. 19. 437 
FLORES. Mark W. 27. 475 
FOGG, Robert G, 29. 486 
FOLEY. James M. 5. 371 
FORNEY. Todd A. 5. 371 
FORTIN. Thomas P. 35. 516 
FOSTER. Steven R. 34. 510 
FOURNIER. Johonn B. 3. 359 
FOY. Brian T. 9. 388 
FRANKLIN. Clifford S, 10. 393 
FREEDLUND. Alan E, 24. 461 
FREEMAN. Karen E, 16. 422 
FREISE. Clark B, 16, 422 
FRESQUEZ, Ricordo L, 20, 442 
FRICK. Stephen N. 2. 355 
FRITTS. Jeffrey A. 24. 461 
FRIZZELL, Thomas H, 27. 475 
FUDGE. Eric D. 12. 403 
FUJISHIGE. Keith K. 13, 408 
FUREY, Thomas M. 18, 432 
FURLONG. Thomas J. 26, 471 
GABION, Leonard B, 3, 359 
GALAMBROS, James P. 4. 365 
GARAY. Roger A. 30, 491 
GARCIA, Levirio R, 5, 371 
GARDNER, Paul A, 35, 516 
GATELY. Bernard M, 16, 422 
GENSURE. John R. 32. 500 
GENTRY. Keil R. 6. 374 
GERSON, Gory I. 5. 371 
GIARRIZZO, Salvatore J, 14, 413 
GIAUQUE, Michael b, 31 496 
GIBBONS, Roderick J. 11, 397 
GIBSON, Paul S, 34, 510 
OILMAN, John W, 36, 521 
GILMER, Robert E, 24, 461 
GLAROS, Gregory E, 19, 437 
GLAVY, Matthew G, 19, 437 
GLEASON, Daniel C, 10, 393 
GLOVER, Robert P, 13, 408 
GOESER, Kurt D. 33, 505 
GOMEZ, Richard M, 23, 456 
GOODMAN, Eric G, 26, 471 
GOODWIN, Scott D, 8, 383 
GOODWIN, Robert D, 25, 466 
GORDY, Vicki L, 23, 456 
GOSNEY, James E, 9, 388 
GRANDELLI, Patrick D, 8, 383 
GRANDFIELD, James L, 26, 471 
GRAY, Robert L, 3, 359 
GREEN. Mark A. 14. 413 
GREEN. Collin P. 20. 442 
GREENE. David S. 33. 505 
GRENNON. Donald B. 36. 521 
GRIECO. Daniel C. 9. 388 
GRIFFIN. John P. 24. 461 
GRIMM. Laurence S. 10. 394 
GROVES. Anne F. 29. 486 
GRUTA. Daniel I. 8. 383 



846«iNDEX 



IJi GUEVARRA. Carlos S, 35. 516 
if . GURECK, William S, 20. 443 
> GUY, James W, 19. 437 
HAGER. Carl A, 34. 610 
HALE, Arthur H. 16. 422 
HALE. Gregory M. 17. 428 
HALL, William G, 9, 388 
HALL, Todd B, 23, 456 
HALL, Parfick W, 26, 471 
, HANEL, James K, 1, 350 

HANLON, Douglas D, 18, 432 
;, HANSEN, Glen K, 5, 371 
[Lj HANSON, Kelly J, 5. 371 
* "ARNDEN. Jonatrian L. 11. 398 
HARRIS. Eddie D. 9. 389 
HARRIS. Linzell L. 21. 447 
HARRISON. Scott T. 12. 403 
HASSENFELDT. Joseph J. 15, 418 
HASSI. Edward D. 35. 516 
HASTIE. Bruce A. 30. 491 
HATALA. James R. 1. 350 
HEARD, James A, 5, 371 
HEATHERINGTON, John P, 7, 379 
HEDLUND, Joel A, 10, 394 
HELLMAN, Matthew C, 20, 443 
HELMERS. Scott W. 19. 437 
HENRY. Matthew J. 12. 403 
HERLIHY. Joseph D. 21. 447 
HERREROS. Francisco J. 4. 365 
HICKEY. Christopher M. 22, 452 
MICKEY, Matthew J. 36, 521 
HICKS. Adam S, 11. 398 
HIKE. Joel B. 36. 521 
MINES. Joseph E. 6. 375 
HODGE. Gerald L. 6. 375 
HOFFMAN. Patrick J. 1. 350 
HOLCOMB. James M. 6. 375 
HOLLEY. Timothy R. 16. 423 
HOLYFIELD. Jeffrey H. 33. 505 
HOOK. Luther H, 5. 371 
HOPPES. Brett A, 25, 466 
HORNBERGER. Jeffrey L. 20. 443 
HORNEFF. Jeffrey C. 18. 432 
HORNEY. Aaron K. 18. 432 
HOSACK. Lisa M. 3. 360 
HOSTETLER. David L. 22. 452 
HOWARD, Tracy L. 22. 452 
HOWO. James F. 34. 510 
HOYT. Lance M. 32, 500 
HUBBARD, Garret H, 32, 500 
HUBBARD, Bryan D, 33, 505 
HUDGENS, Jeffrey T, 7, 379 
HUDSON, Bruce R, 36, 521 
HUGHES, Harry N, 27, 476 
HUGUENIN, Blake D, 25, 466 
HUNTLEY, Keith W, 25, 466 
KUSKEY, Theodore W, 25, 466 
IHLAN, Joseph W, 23, 456 
HAMS, Kevin M, 18, 433 
IRWIN, Eric S. 12. 403 
ISAZA, Yamara. 9. 389 
ISTVAN, Anthony F. 8. 383 
JACKSON. Alfred R, 14. 414 
JACKSON. Jayson L, 14, 414 
JACKSON, Edward K, 16, 423 
JACKSON, Gardner H, 33. 505 
JACOBSON, David L, 33. 505 
JAMES. William J. 12. 403 
JAMES. William C. 29. 486 
JAMES. Robert V. 34. 510 
JANVIER. IV. George. 16. 423 
JAQUET, James R. 23. 456 
JARRELL, Maurice E, 32. 500 
JARUSEWSKI. Alan J. 29. 486 
JEMISON. William G. 22. 452 
JENNINGS. Jody L. 13. 408 
JESSEN. Craig L. 27. 476 
JIMENEZ. Carlos E. 10. 394 
JOHANSON. Kurt P. 30. 491 
JOHNSON. Eric W. 2. 356 
JOHNSON. Jay B. 24, 462 
JOHNSON. Bradley R. 26. 472 
JOHNSON. Mark W. 28. 481 
JONES. William A. 7. 379 
JONES. Steven P. 8. 383 
JONES. Marius B. 12. 403 
JONES. David G, 25, 466 



JONES. Morgan B. 30, 491 
JONSKE, Louis J. 30, 492 
JORDAN, Anthony D, 2. 356 
JORDAN, Dewey G. 32. 500 
JUDGE. Thomas J. 14. 414 
JUDITH. Joseph A, 27. 476 
KADOWAKI. Kay A. 2. 356 
KAHLER. Stewart D. 7. 379 
KASPRZAK. John K. 10. 394 
KAWAMOTO. Scott J. 13. 408 
KAYE. David J. 11. 398 
KEARNS. Edward P. 28. 481 
KEELS. Joel S. 35. 517 
KEESHAN. Edwin M. 24. 462 
KEITH. Whitney. S. 11. 398 
KELLY. Michael K. 13. 408 
KENNINGTON. Bruce S. 2. 356 
KENNY. Michael F. 31. 496 
KENYON. Cameron M. 30. 492 
KERN. James J. 10. 394 
KERSEY. Timothy M. 15. 419 
KIBBEY. Stephen D. 28. 481 
KIESTLER. William C. 36. 521 
KILBY. James W. 35. 517 
KILLIAN. Richard V. 35. 517 
KILLION. Michael P. 2. 356 
KIM. Hong C. 10. 394 
KIM. Steven W. 11. 398 
KIM. Benjamin C. 12. 403 
KING. Kyle B. 33. 505 
KINSEY. Anders C. 33. 505 
KIRBY. Matthew. 3. 360 
KIRBY. Samuel A. 26. 472 
KIRKPATRICK. Andrew J. 24. 462 
KISH. Stephanie E, 29. 486 
KITCHEN, William A. 18. 433 
KLANSEK. Patrick R. 33. 506 
KLOSOWSKI. Bernard S. 28. 481 
KMIEC. Kenneth P. 16, 423 
KNAPP, Edward S, 14, 414 
KOBLER, George P, 36, 521 
KOCZELA, Diane M, 16, 424 
KOEHR. John J. 18, 433 
KOHLI, Paige E, 21, 447 
KOLONGOWSKI, Thomas E, 22, 452 
KOPCHICK, William J, 10. 395 
KOROL. Susan T. 30. 492 
KOSTRUB. William M. 33. 506 
KOUGH. Lawrence D. 10, 395 
KOVANIC, Leslie A. 35, 517 
KOWALD, Chris R, 27, 476 
KOZAN, Jonathan S, 25. 466 
KRAMER. Timothy J. 1. 351 
KRANKER. Kirt D. 27. 477 
KRAUSE. Kerry S. 36. 521 
KREIGER. Douglas A. 17. 429 
KRESGE. James K. 23, 456 
KRUMEL. Andrew K. 33. 506 
KRUSE. Richord A. 3. 360 
KUHN. James M. 26. 472 
KWIETNIAK. Kenneth G. 25. 467 
KWOKA. Paul J. 15. 419 
KYLE. Eric R. 8. 383 
LABOA. Anthony S. 7. 379 
LACHANGE. Daniel L. 33. 506 
LADOUCEUR. Todd M. 1, 351 
LAGASCA. Jason J. 34. 51 1 
LAMB. Russell H. 6. 375 
LANDWEHR. David J. 20. 443 
LANG, Curtis E, 33. 506 
LANGLEY. Scott A. 26. 472 
LAPORTE. Charles G. 23. 457 
LARABEE. Mark D. 35. 517 
LARRATT. Douglas M. 3. 360 
LAUTRUP. Joel W. 12. 404 
LAWRENCE. Gregory W, 15. 419 
LAWRENCE. Paul D. 29. 486 
LAWS. Cheryl L. 30. 492 
LAYTON. Jeffrey S. 12. 404 
LE. Linh B. 1. 351 
LEARY. Patrick K. 17. 429 
LECARL. Glenn A. 4. 365 
LEE. Kimo K. 33. 506 
LEENEY. Michael F. 25. 467 
LEMEK. David A. 15. 419 
LEONARD. Joseph J. 29. 487 
LESTER. Timothy T. 27. 477 



LINDSEY. Russell M. 29. 487 
LIRETTE. Andrew J. 1. 351 
LITTLE. Eric S. 14. 415 
UVINGOOD. Debra M. 35. 517 
LOBB. John E. 25. 467 
LOEPKE. Lance D. 8. 383 
LOMBARDI. John F. 13. 408 
LOMBARDI. Christine E. 29. 487 
LONG. Christopher A. 9. 389 
LONG. David K. 22. 452 
LORENTZEN. Richard B. 23, 457 
LORRIN, Mark J, 21. 447 
LOSCIUTO. Thomas J. 23. 457 
LOVELESS. Bruce F. 35. 517 
LOWMAN. Mark D. 21. 447 
LUDLAM. Joseph H. 27. 477 
LUIKART. Timothy E. 11. 398 
LUNDE. Mark A. 4. 366 
LUNDSTROM. Mark S. 27. 477 
LUNTZ. Joseph S. 27. 477 
LUPTON. Michael F. 28. 482 
LUSCHER. Thomas W. 20, 444 
LYNCH. Peter S. 8. 384 
LYNCH. Andrew M. 36. 522 
LYONS. Patrick E. 13. 409 
LYTIKAINEN. Carl R. 13. 409 
MACEDA. Ulysses V. 19. 437 
MACFARLANE. Dirk N. 29. 487 
MACINNIS. Daniel V. 14. 415 
MACKENZIE. Timothy J. 14. 415 
MACMILLAN. Jack F. 7. 379 
MACNEIL. Donald P. 6. 376 
MAFFEI. John M. 15. 419 
MAGEE. Mark T. 22. 452 
MAGEE. Richard A. 25. 467 
MAIDEN. Guy. 21. 448 
MAILLET. Thomas D. 18. 433 
MAILLOUX. James L. 34, 511 
MAKUCH, Chester F, 15, 419 
MALCZYNSKI. Richard D, 16, 424 
MALLEY, Gregg P, 35, 517 
MALLOY, Matthew M, 15, 419 
MALLOY, James J, 19, 437 
MALSKIS, Raymond P, 29, 488 
MANN. Nancy E. 3. 360 
MANSER. John R. 21. 448 
MANSFIELD. Peggy W. 13. 409 
MANSUETI. John R. 3. 360 
MARBOIS. Thomas A. 8. 384 
MARIOTTI. Mitchell K. 28. 482 
MARLETT. Robert L. 23. 457 
MARQUIS. Peter J. 27. 477 
MARTINELLI. John K. 19. 438 
MARTINEZ. Jeffrey P. 12. 404 
MARTINEZ. Elisa R. 25. 468 
MARTINUZZI. Eric. 2. 356 
MASI. Stephen. 21. 448 
MASTERSON. Jeffrey M. 21. 448 
MASUR. Daniel R. 11. 398 
MATSON. Carl A. 8. 384 
MAUCH. Kevin R. 29. 488 
MAUS. Robert A. 7. 380 
MAYBERRY. James S. 36. 522 
MA YE. Larry. 29. 488 
MAYEAUX. Agnes M. 3. 360 
MAZENKO. Gregory J. 23. 458 
MCANANLY. James F. 10. 395 
MCCARTHY. Patricia L. 31. 496 
MCCLELLAND. Charles B. 22. 452 
MCCORMICK. Hays W. 11. 398 
MCCORMICK. William A. 34. 511 
MCDONALD. Jonathan L. 2. 356 
MCELROY. Terry S. 22. 453 
MCFADDEN. Patrick J. 27, 477 
MCGARVEY. Timothy J. 10. 395 
MCGEE. David M. 15. 419 
MCGINNIS. Brian R. 19. 438 
MCGOVERN. Thomas F. 31. 496 
MCKINNEY. Anthony. 14. 415 
MCLAUGHLIN. Philip G. 20. 444 
MCLEOD. Daniel W. 22. 453 
MCMAHAN. Mark A. 11. 399 
MCMICHAEL. Gregory B. 18. 434 
MCMULLEN. Richard A. 34. 511 
MCMULLIN. Jeffrey M. 28. 482 
MCNEAL. James R. 9. 389 
MCNUTT. Jeffrey T. 27. 477 



MCPHILLIPS. Steve J. 7, 380 

MCQUEEN. Eric S. 4. 366 

MCSAVANEY. Robert C. 6. 376 

MCVAY. Mark P. 27. 478 

MEEHAN. James J. 6. 376 

MEENAGHAN. Kevin G. 16. 424 

MEHALKO. Eric R. 18. 434 

MEIER. John F. 31. 496 

MEIGS. Guy R. 8. 385 

MEINROD. Adam J. 28. 482 

MELOCHE. Scott A. 24. 462 

MELTSER. Mark S. 33. 506 

MERRILL. Craig F. 5. 372 

MERRILL. Eric G. 32. 500 

MERZ. William R. 9. 390 

MERZKE. Daniel J. 12. 404 

METROKA. Andrew F. 34. 512 

METZGER. Thomas D. 20. 444 

MEYER. Paul W. 1. 351 

MILES. Glen A. 3. 360 

MILLER. Glenn A. 1. 351 

MILLER. Todd P. 3. 361 

MILLER. Gregory E. 6. 376 

MILLER. Matthew N. 8. 385 

MILLER. Christopher A. 12. 405 

MILLER. Justin I. 31. 496 

MILLER. Mark D. 31, 497 

MILUKEN, Kevin R, 28, 483 

MILLMAN. Thomas M. 12. 405 

MILLS. William E. 25, 468 

MINOGUE. Gregory A. 12. 405 

MIRANDA. James F. 19. 438 

MISHIK. Michael G. 36. 522 

MITCHELL. Scott G. 12. 405 

MIXSON. Steven D. 4. 366 

MONKS. Thomas D. 12. 405 

MOORE. Robert M. 2. 356 

MOORE. Brian K. 17. 429 
MOORE. Nathan S. 20. 444 
MOORE. Brian M. 35. 518 
MOORE, Nathan S, 20, 444 
MOORE, Brian M, 35, 518 
MORES, Welter, 4, 366 
MORGAN, Russell T, 20, 444 
MORIN, Gregory S, 13, 409 
MORIN, Roger J, 35, 518 
MOROCCO, Patrick J, 21, 449 
MORRISSEY, Michael F, 14. 415 
MORRISSEY. Patrick T. 22. 453 
MOSES. Timothy E. 11. 399 
MOSES. Daniel C. 32. 500 
MOSHER. Jeffrey K. 32. 501 
MOYNIHAN. Dennis J. 4. 367 
MUCKELBAUER. Matthew S. 20. 444 
MUENCH. Carl W. 2. 357 
MULHEARN. Thomas J. 24. 462 
MONACO. Philip A. 21. 449 
MURPHY. Jeffrey J. 22. 453 
MURPHY. Shawn P. 28. 483 
NAHOOPII. Michael K. 8. 385 
NAPOUTANO. Michael K, 15. 420 
NEAL. John S. 18. 434 
NEEDHAM. Philip B. 19. 438 
NIBBELINK. Kevin D. 5. 372 
NICOLAY. Herbert J. 34. 512 
NIEMIERA. Michael. 1. 351 
NIMS. Stephen E. 30. 493 
NOBLE. James S. 13. 410 
NOLTKAMPER. Daniel F. 17. 429 
NORTH. Carl E. 31. 497 
OCONNELL. Jeffrey D. 9. 390 
OBSITNIK. Paul E. 21. 449 
ODONNELL. John M. 19. 439 
OHMAN. James R. 18. 434 
OKAMOTO. Lynn S. 29. 488 
OKEEFE. Cornelius F. 32. 501 
OKEEFE. Thomas J. 32. 501 
OLENICK. Edwin J. 22. 454 
OLIVER. Gordon R. 32, 501 
OLKO, Ronald D. 5, 372 
OLSON, Richard L, 33, 506 
OMALLEY, Brian J, 7, 380 
OMALLEY. Kevin D, 12. 405 
ONEILL. Charles F. 24, 462 
OPATZ. David J. 22. 454 
ORDICH. Scott A. 1, 351 
OROURKE. Stephen C. 36. 522 



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ORWOLL. Christopher D. 22, 454 
ORZELL. Michael S, 11. 399 
OSBORN, Thomas E, 36. 522 
OSPINA. Alex. 28. 483 
OUTLAW. Scott F. 19. 439 
OWEN. Peter F. 1. 352 
PAGACH. Kenneth I. 1. 352 
PAGANELLI. John E. 16. 424 
PAGEL. Brian S. 6. 376 
PALL. Philip K. 34. 512 
PAPA, Henry W. 34. 512 
PAf?KER. Derek W. 13. 410 
PARKER, Michael J, 29. 488 
PARKS. Bryan K. 23. 458 
PARKYN. Michael B, 6, 376 
PARO, Kent A, 36, 522 
PARTIDA, Louis P, 32, 502 
PARTNEY, Gregory J, 23, 458 
PASICHUKE, James M, 24. 462 
PATERSON, Adam E. 3. 361 
PATTON. Philip L. 11. 399 
PEARSON. Brian D. 5. 372 
PEDRO, Daniel G, 32. 502 
PELKEY. Jack D. 12. 405 
PELLEGRIN. Bryan J, 17, 429 
PENDERGRASS. William S. 33. 507 
PEREIRA, Mario L, 16, 424 
PEREZ, Dionysis W, 18, 435 
PERKINS, Glenn P. 2. 357 
PERRON, Ruth A, 13, 410 
PETERSEN, David M. 11. 400 
PETERSEN. Lynn J. 28, 483 
PETERSON, Nick L, 13, 410 
PETERSON, Patricia M, 25, 468 
PETRI, David A, 14, 415 
PFEIFER. Gerald K. 32, 502 
PHILIPS. William E. 25. 468 
PIERCE, Ivan C, 26, 472 
PIETKIEWICZ, Michael J, 35, 518 
PILON, Matthew G. 3, 361 
PIMPO, David R. 17. 429 
PITTS. James E. 28. 483 
PLANT, Randall A. 24, 462 
PLETKE, Michael R. 11. 400 
POINSETTE. Raymond M. 24, 463 
POINTON, George D, 25, 468 
POPECK, Mark S, 33. 507 
POTENTE, Eugene P. 7, 380 
POWELL. Paul H. 27. 478 
POWERS, Mark E, 4. 367 
POWERS. Richard J. 6. 376 
POWERS. JR. Zack. 11. 400 
PRESSLY. Robert F. 5. 372 
PRICE, Richard H, 15, 420 
PRICE, Cheryl L, 31, 497 
PRIOR, Robert T, 34, 513 
PROANO, Robert J. 16. 424 
PROCAK. George J. 19, 439 
PROEBSTLE, Michael J, 13, 410 
PROUT, Nancy L, 3, 361 
PRUSSO, Kevin J, 8. 385 
PUZAN, James J, 24, 463 
QUESADA, Anthony M, 19, 439 
QUINLAN, Brian P, 28. 483 
QUINLAN. Scott M. 36. 522 
QUINN, Maura F. 21. 449 
QUINONES. Barbara J. 25. 468 
RAINES. Alfred C. 1. 352 
RAINONE, Henry M. 35. 518 
RAMIL. Quintin R. 17. 429 
RAMOS. Christopher C, 4. 367 
RAMOS. John J, 32. 502 
RAUS. Raymond P. 8. 385 
RAUSCHER, William A. 30, 493 
RAY, Daniel T, 22, 454 
REDMOND, Dennis L, 1. 352 
REDMOND. Daniel F. 25, 468 
REED. III. James D. 22. 454 
REEGER. Christopher M. 19, 439 
REEVES. Patricia A. 6. 376 
REGINA, Modesto C. 17. 430 
REHWALD. Stephen P. 17. 430 
REIBER. Deanno L. 16. 424 
REICH. James M. 17. 430 
REILLY. Michael S. 23. 458 
REIMAN. Kenneth A. 31. 497 
REINHART. James H. 18. 435 

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REIT AN, Paula J, 30, 493 
REXROAD, Jimmy P, 33. 507 
REYNOLDS. Loretta E. 29. 488 
RHODES. David L, 29, 488 
RICHARDSON, Scott D. 9, 390 
RIFE, Fred M, 25. 468 
RIGOLO, Thomas A, 34, 513 
RILEY, Brian M, 1. 353 
RILEY, Miles V. 26, 472 
RIVADENEIRA, Silvia M, 9, 390 
RIVERS, Thane D. 32. 503 
ROACH. David P. 3. 362 
ROBERTS, Anthony P. 9. 390 
ROBERTS. Ellen E. 30. 444 
RODNITE, Peter M. 9. 390 
RODRIGUEZ. John R. 10, 395 
RODRIGUEZ, Robert S, 35, 518 
ROECKELL, Mark C, 33, 507 
ROHM, William D, 34, 513 
ROMAINE, Richard P. 5. 372 
ROPER. Barton B. 15, 420 
ROUND, Robert D. 3. 362 
RUCKER. Jeff H, 18. 435 
RUMPH, Scott C, 36. 522 
RUPP. Robert. 28. 483 
RUSS, John E, 16, 424 
RUSSELL, Nanette A. 29. 488 
RUTH. Jeffrey S. 32. 503 
RYAN. James G, 3, 362 
SAKAGUCHI. Mark T, 35, 518 
SALIT. Paul W, 16, 425 
SALVANERA, Rolando C, 19, 439 
SALVATO, Gregory, 28, 483 
SAMUELS, David A, 11. 400 
SANCHEZ. Adrian A. 2. 357 
SANCHEZ, Joseph V, 24, 463 
SANNICOLAS. Anthony J, 15, 420 
SAUERBREY, Erich W, 8. 385 
SAWYER, Neil K, 19, 440 
SCHANZ, Mane M, 35, 518 
SCHEIERN. Michael L. 14. 415 
SCHELL, John F, 11 400 
SCHEUFELE, Peter M, 2. 357 
SCHILDMEYER, Gregory P, 32, 503 
SCHMITZ. James P, 12, 405 
SCHNEIDER, Andrew A, 19, 440 
SCHRECKENGOST, Ronald T. 7. 380 
SCHWEICKHARDT. Alan J. 30. 493 
SCIORTINO, David P, 2, 358 
SCKLEY, Nathaniel W, 30, 493 
SECRIST, Mary M. 30. 493 
SEGESDY. Scott A. 35. 518 
SELBERG, Diana L, 21 449 
SEMANCIK, Jeffrey D, 8, 385 
SEMPLE, Stephen P, 23, 459 
SEMPLE, Bryan S, 26. 472 
SEPANSKI, Scott J, 36. 523 
SGRIGNOLI. Rodney D, 7, 380 
SHAFFER. Alan B. 10. 395 
SHAFFER, Jay D, 26, 472 
SHANNON, Daniel T, 26, 473 
SHAW, Roberta C. 3. 362 
SHAW. Stephen M. 14. 415 
SHEEDY. William M. 10. 396 
SHELLHAMMER, Michael J. 33. 508 
SHELTON, Paul A. 32, 503 
SHERER, William B, 33, 508 
SHERIDAN. David J. 36, 523 
SHERMAN, Gerald A. 33, 508 
SHUMA, Andrew E, 19, 440 
SHUMAKER, Thomas A, 28, 484 
SHUTTLEWORTH, Lawrence R, 13, 
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SILVA, Henry R, 34. 513 
SIMONIAN. Lucy A, 21 449 
SIMONSEN, William P. 22. 454 
SIMPSON. Christi L, 16. 425 
SINGEL, John T, 27, 478 
SITA, Paul H, 18, 435 
SIVERTSEN. William E, 13, 410 
SIZEMORE, Charles V, 3, 362 
SKILLMAN, John B, 34, 513 
SKIMMONS, Brian E, 27, 478 
SKRABACZ, Steven D. 9. 390 
SLOOK. George H. 15. 420 
SMALLOW. Theodore N, 32. 503 
SMITH, Justin M, 20, 444 



SMITH, Daniel E, 23, 459 
SMITH, John E, 23. 459 
SMITH. Keith G. 27. 478 
SMITH. Sybil D, 30, 493 
SMITH, Thomas M, 34, 513 
SNEDDON. Paul S, 10. 396 
SNIDER, James S, 13, 410 
SNYDER, Craig A, 13, 411 
SOLER, Christopher. 28. 484 
SOLO, Brian A, 17, 430 
SOLOMON, William T, 28, 484 
SOMMER. John T, 20, 445 
SPRAYBERRY, Harold B, 18, 435 
STACHELSKI. Geraldine S, 31 498 
STAFFORD. Glen T. 27, 478 
STALLINGS, Herry. 16, 425 
STANCIL, Anthony W, 2, 358 
STANDARD, Todd R, 9, 390 
STARSMAN, Raymond S, 15, 420 
STECHMANN, Erik D, 4. 367 
STEDHAM. Don E, 31 498 
STEFFY, Todd A, 30, 493 
STEVENSON, Robert W, 3, 362 
STEWART, Alan R, 5, 372 
STEWART, Warren S, 36. 523 
STITH. Patrick B, 26, 473 
STOPKEY, Douglas W, 22, 454 
STRATTON, Michael F. 11 400 
STRUSE, James F, 27, 478 
STRYKER, Richard N, 34. 513 
STUMHOFER, David G, 21 449 
STURKEN, Brett A, 9. 391 
SULLIVAN. Joseph C. 1 1 400 
SULLIVAN, Francis T, 30, 494 
SURINA, John J, 34, 513 
SWANSON, Nels H, 28, 484 
SWANSON, John L, 35, 519 
SWATUNG, Mark A, 8. 385 
SWEDEAN, Alison E. 13, 411 
SZYMANSKI, Stephen B, 4, 367 
TANNER, John A. 33, 508 
TATERA, James E. 4. 367 
TAVARES, Jeffrey L. 23. 459 
TAYLOR. Michael W, 26, 473 
TAYLOR, John R, 30, 494 
TAYLOR, Michael W, 34, 514 
TEMPLE, Keith C, 19. 440 
TESTYON, Richard J, 17, 430 
THAMES, Joseph R, 1 353 
THARP, Michael D, 26, 473 
THIBODEAU, Marc A, 35, 519 
THOMPKINS, Geselle D, 23, 459 
TILLMAN, E Mcdowell, 18, 435 
TOKORO, Reid T, 3, 362 
TOLOMEO, Raymond, 8, 386 
TONAN, Thomas L, 14, 416 
TOTTY, Earl. 28, 484 
TROXELL, Wade S, 9, 391 
TRUDELL, Patricia E, 9, 391 
TUNEFF, Mark S, 36, 523 
TURNER, Mitchell K, 7. 380 
TURNER, Ingrid M, 16, 425 
TURNER, Thomas S, 16, 426 
TUZZOLO, Paul J. 1 353 
TYSINGER, Russell G, 25, 469 
ULISNIK, Karen D, 13, 411 
ULSH, Donald A, 12, 406 
URBANO, Rodney M. 26, 474 
URBINA. Steven M, 15, 420 
VAN DONGEN, Merrick J. 27, 478 
VANCE, Philip W. 12, 406 
VANDERPYL, Alan C, 2, 358 
VANDURICK. Micheal G, 23, 459 
VANGELI, Arthur J, 4, 367 
VANTASSEL. Peter B. 31 498 
VARANI. Stephen J. 14. 416 
VAZQUEZ. Larry L, 20. 445 
VERMEULEN. Michael P. 16. 426 
VLOEDMAN, Peter H, 31 498 
VOEGELS, Lisa C, 9, 391 
VORK, Richard S, 21 450 
WADE, Spencer A, 14, 416 
WAGNER, Todd L, 20, 445 
WAHLSTEDT. Eric C, 30, 494 
WAITE, Jeffrey L, 11, 400 
WAKEFIELD, Bryce E. 24. 463 
WALDEN. Cleon A, 7. 380 



WALKER, Larry S, 1. 353 
WALLIN, William V, 6, 377 
WALLIS, Joseph F, 10, 396 
WALLS. John M. 15. 420 
WALLS, Michael D, 26, 474 
WALSH, Thomas J, 7, 381 
WALSH. Patrick M, 30, 494 
WALTHER, Allen D, 23, 459 
WANSLEY, Charles E, 8, 386 
WARD, Jay L. 3. 362 
WARD, David J, 29, 489 
WARDWELL, Thomas C, 21 450 
WARE, Mathew R. 19, 440 
WARNOCK, Robert H, 15, 421 
WATTS, David V, 13, 411 
WAUGH, Stephen M, 32, 503 
WEAKLAND, Norman E, 14, 416 
WEATHERS, Richard W, 29, 489 
WEBSTER, Edward C, 8. 386 
WEIR, David C, 1 353 
WELCH, James G, 12, 406 
WELLER. Martin H, 13, 412 
WELLS, Royce A, 1, 353 
WELLS, Michael S, 36, 524 
WENTZ. Edward A, 19, 440 
WETTSCHRECK, Keith R, 26. 474 
WHARTON, Richard G. 11 401 
WHARTON, James M, 27, 479 
WHEAT, Richard H, 33, 508 
WHEELER, Melody A, 13, 412 
WHELAN, Jeffrey P, 18, 435 
WHITAKER, Kylor E, 4, 367 
WHITE, Daniel H, 8, 386 
WIEGMAN, Paul T, 12, 406 
WIEMANN, John M, 32, 503 
WILBOURN, John M, 29, 489 
WILCZYNSKI, John J, 19, 440 
WILLIAMS, Robert, 8. 386 
WILLIAMS, Gregg B, 13, 412 
WILLIAMS, Kenneth, 20, 445 
WILLIAMS, Michael A, 26, 474 
WILLIAMS, Daniel J, 35, 519 
WILLIAMSON, Frank D, 24, 464 
WILLIAMSON, Jay A. 25, 469 
WILSON, James R, 4, 368 
WILSON, Jesse A. 9, 392 
WILSON, Charles E, 12. 406 
WILSON. John C. 16, 426 
WINDBIGLER, Kevin J, 28, 484 
WINEBRENNER, Jeffrey, 24, 464 
WINFREY, Scott A, 5, 372 
WINTERS, Harvey A, 33, 508 
WISE, Brett D, 31 498 
WISOTZKI. Stephen C, 7. 381 
WOLF, Randall J. 1 353 
WOLFE, Kurtis A, 26, 474 
WOLSKI, Edward S, 8, 386 
WOLSTENHOLME, Jeffrey S, 1 353 
WOOD, Lawrence E, 2, 358 
WOODRUFF. Dwight M, 18. 435 
WOODS, James M, 17, 430 
WORMAN. John G, 34, 514 
WOSTBROCK, William, 24, 464 
WRIGHT, Grover L, 4, 368 
WYNN, John E, 22, 454 
YAMAMOTO, Takashi R, 3, 363 
YARGER, Peter D, 27, 479 
YOUNG, James R, 32, 503 
YOUNG, John T, 35, 519 
ZAFFIRIS, Nicholas J, 36, 524 
ZIKE, Stephen B, 8, 386 
ZIMMERMANN, Leonard A, 15, 421 
ZINGHEIM, Karl J, 10, 396 
ZLOMKE, Mark G, 12, 406 



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