1962 Navy Boot Camp Graduation Books

Recruit training is a sharp break between civilian and Navy life and is the fundamental element in any man's time in the Naval service. It is the keel of a career in your Navy.

Our collection of 1962 Navy Boot Camp Yearbooks Listing includes Company Commander(s), Date of Graduation (if reported), and the Number of Recruits Graduated. Additional information may consist of extras in the forms of photographs, programs, or personal certificates, etc. of one or more of the recruits from that class.

1962 Navy Boot Camp Yearbooks

Front Cover, The Anchor 1962 Company 004, Navy Boot Camp Yearbook.

1962 San Diego Company 004 Navy Boot Camp Book

  • Company Commander: Wiley H. Dansby, BM1
  • Men Graduated: 65
  • Graduation Date: Not Stated - Likely in February 1962.
  • Supplemental Content: Photos - Company Commander and Petty Officers; Passing in Review; Honorman - Robert C. Westbrook; Academic Award - Carl W. Martin; Outstanding Recruits - Gary H. Gibson and Lloyd S. Cottman.
1962 Company 57 Great Lakes US Naval Training Center Roster - The Keel

1962 Great Lakes Company 57 Navy Boot Camp Book

  • Company Commander: G. F. Gillespie, QM1
  • Men Graduated: 76
  • Graduation Date: 18 April 1962
  • Note: Images Contributed by Lisa M. Paulin
Front Cover, Navy Boot Camp Book 1962 Company 147 The Anchor

1962 San Diego Company 147 Navy Boot Camp Book

  • NTC: San Diego - The Anchor
  • Company Commander: Arthur L. Logan, GMC
  • Men Graduated: 72
  • Graduation Date: Not Stated
  • Supplemental Content: Honor Recruits
Front Cover, Great Lakes USNTC "The Keel" 1962 Company 179.

1962 Great Lakes Company 179 Navy Boot Camp Book

  • Company Commander: G E Duckworth. DDC
  • Men Graduated: 71
  • Graduation Date: 10 July 1962
  • Supplemental Content: Photos: Honorman Tommy Dale Franklin; Passing in Review.
1962 Company 254 Great Lakes US Naval Training Center Roster - The Keel

1962 Great Lakes Company 254 Navy Boot Camp Book

  • Company Commander: W. E. Fitzsimmons, BRC
  • Men Graduated: 76
  • Graduation Date: 7 September 1962
  • Supplemental Content: Recruit Honors, Flags Won
Front Cover, Great Lakes USNTC "The Keel" 1962 Companies 276-291 & 926.

1962 Great Lakes Companies 276-291 & 926 Commerative Yearbook

Graduation Review Yearbook for Recruit Companies 276-291 & 926 for 1962, United States Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois. Brigade Review from Friday, 14 September 1962. A commerative yearbook presented to Col. Benjamin Chapla, US Army Post Commander at Fort Sheridan.

Front Cover, Great Lakes USNTC "The Keel" 1962 Hall of Fame Company 326.

1962 Great Lakes Hall of Fame Company 326 Navy Boot Camp Book

  • Company Commander: G. E. Duckworth, DCC
  • Men Graduated: 78
  • Graduation Date: 11 October 1962
  • Supplemental Content: Photos: Honorman Theodore Merle Truby; American Spirit Honor Medal Winner Richard Wallace Maddox, SR; and, Passing in Review.
1962 Company 486 Great Lakes US Naval Training Center Roster - The Keel

1962 Great Lakes Company 486 Navy Boot Camp Book

  • Company Commander: W. O. Craft, BMC
  • Men Graduated: 70
  • Graduation Date: 23 January 1963
Front Cover, Navy Boot Camp Book 1962 Company 525 The Anchor

1962 San Diego Company 525 Navy Boot Camp Book

  • NTC: San Diego - The Anchor
  • Company Commander: C. E. Pearson, BMCA
  • Men Graduated: 72
  • Graduation Date: Not Stated
  • Supplemental Content: Honor Recruits, Group Photo of Company 62-525 Commander C. E. Pearson, BMCA and Petty Officers, 17 December 1962; Passing in Review.
Front Cover, Navy Boot Camp Book 1962 Company 587 The Anchor

1962 San Diego Company 587 Navy Boot Camp Book

  • NTC: San Diego - The Anchor
  • Company Commander: Lesle C. Coles, EN1
  • Men Graduated: 72
  • Graduation Date: Not Stated

 

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