Navy Boot Camp Book 1957 Company 434 The Anchor

Front Cover, The Anchor 1957 Company 434, Navy Boot Camp Yearbook.

Front Cover, The Anchor 1957 Company 434, Navy Boot Camp Yearbook. GGA Image ID # 16cf99a7c3

Roster and Photos for Recruit Company 434 for 1957, United States Naval Training Center, San Diego, California. Company Commander: F. M. Staton, QMC. 48 Men Graduated. Training Completed 31 January 1958.

Company 57-434 Organization and Schedule

  • Commenced Training: 31 November 1957
  • Completed Training: 31 January 1958

Company 57-434 Leadership

  • Company Commander: F. M. Staton, QMC

Company 57-434 Recruit Roster

  1. Larry J. Kinser - Recruit Chief Petty Officer - 1st Class
  2. W. R. Johnson - Assistant Petty Officer 1st Class
  3. George E. Correa - Honorman
  4. Billy J. Holbrook - Academic Award Winner and 4th Squad. Ldr.
  5. Earl J. Spoeneman - Outstanding Recruit and Yeoman
  6. Charles E. Follis - Outstanding Recruit and 3rd Squad. Ldr.
  7. J. L. Swovcland - Master at Arms
  8. A. C. Trepagnier - 1st Squad. Ldr.
  9. Brian P. Vickers - 2nd Squad. Ldr.
  10. D. F. Sabaleski - 5th Squad. Ldr.
  11. D. G. Dollahite - 6th Squad. Ldr.
  12. Wiley W. Barker - Mail Petty Officer
  13. Lome E. York - Educational Petty Officer
  14. C. G. Coppinger - Athletic Petty Officer
  15. Darvin CX Abraham
  16. Raymond L. Ashley
  17. Abraham Barreras
  18. Roger Brown
  19. Fred W. Brown
  20. Evan M. Busby
  21. John D. Clifft
  22. R. L. Cunningham
  23. C. W. Davis, Jr.
  24. Jay K. Donley
  25. C. L. Elliott Melvin
  26. A. Ellis M. E. Holland
  27. Gerald Kaplan
  28. L. J. Landry, Jr.
  29. James H. Lunn
  30. G. C. Massengale
  31. James A. McMellon
  32. James R. Morgan
  33. Glendle F. Munier
  34. Henry L. Perdue
  35. Roy F. Pharr
  36. L.  Rodrigues, Jr.
  37. M. H, Rogers, Jr.
  38. John L. Sherard
  39. Merril J. Sites
  40. Tommy G. Stobaugh
  41. W. E. Sullivan
  42. Roy W. Swadley
  43. Stephen L. Taylor
  44. Charles A. Telker
  45. Robert N. Texeira
  46. Robert J. Theriot
  47. William R. Willey
  48. William R. Wilson

Navy Boot Camp Recruit Photos - Company 57-434

Company 57-434 San Diego NTC Recruits, Page 1.

Company 57-434 San Diego NTC Recruits, Page 1. GGA Image ID # 16cfb1990f

Company 57-434 San Diego NTC Recruits, Page 2.

Company 57-434 San Diego NTC Recruits, Page 2. GGA Image ID # 16cff6fbb1

Company 57-434 San Diego NTC Recruits, Page 3.

Company 57-434 San Diego NTC Recruits, Page 3. GGA Image ID # 16cff897d7

Company 57-434 San Diego NTC Recruits, Passing in Review, Honorman, Awards, Page 4.

Company 57-434 San Diego NTC Recruits, Passing in Review, Honorman, Awards, Page 4. GGA Image ID # 16d0176d2f

The US Navy: Guardian of Our Country, We Serve with Honor, The Future of the Navy

The US Navy: Guardian of Our Country, We Serve with Honor, The Future of the Navy. GGA Image ID # 16d04be0f6

THE UNITED STATES NAVY
GUARDIAN OF OUR COUNTRY
The United States Navy is responsible for maintaining control of the sea and is a ready force on watch at home and overseas, capable of strong action to preserve the peace or of instant offensive action to win in war.

It is upon the maintenance of this control that our country's glorious future depends; the United States Navy exists to make it so.

WE SERVE WITH HONOR
Tradition, valor, and victory are the Navy's heritage from the past. To these may be added dedication, discipline, and vigilance as the watchwords of the present and the future.

At home or on distant stations we serve with pride, confident in the respect of our country, our shipmates, and our families.

Our responsibilities sober us; our adversities strengthen us.

Service to God and Country is our special privilege. We serve with honor.

THE FUTURE OF THE NAVY
The Navy will always employ new weapons, new techniques, and greater power to protect and defend the United States on the sea, under the sea, and in the air.

Now and in the future, control of the sea gives the United States her greatest advantage for the maintenance of peace and for victory in war.

Mobility, surprise, dispersal, and offensive power are the keynotes of the new Navy. The roots of the Navy lie in a strong belief in the future, in continued dedication to our tasks, and in reflection on our heritage from the past.

Never have our opportunities and our responsibilities been greater.

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