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Silhouetted against the sun, a Soldier communicates via radio while performing security for a patrol through the village of Al Asyria, Iraq.
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U.S. NAVAL RTC BAINBRIDGE MD  MEMBERS  OF COMPANY 359  2nd Regiment (Camp Perry), 25th Battalion  Barracks 227  (Lower Deck - Port Side)  Commenced Training - August 6th, 1955  Completed Training - October 19th, 1955      (Missing From Our Graduation Class Picture, But In 1955 THE COMPASS Annual - Photos Of Company Recruits : - Robert A. VANBRUNT)    Anthony D. (Tony) LUPACCHINO - Fourth Row From the Botton, Sixth From the Right.  Appointment to RTC Rank of Company Clerk Second Class Petty Officer - August 1955.         Reading from left to right:    TOP ROW:  __?__ COTTON;  Walter L. TRAILL;  William J. MILLER;  B. F. KIRTLEY, Jr.;  Charles S. HARPER;  Robert B. GORDON;  Robert F. FAGNANT;  Frank A. CELENDER;  Robert F. MACK;  Robert G. BARRETT;  Robert F. GRAEFF;  John M. JUDGE;  James C. BAILEY.    FOURTH ROW:  Gerard E. NOE;  Frederick W. BRUNGES;  William F. COSTELLO;  Wilford B. NICKENS; H. W. HOFFSTAETTER;  Anthony KURDILIA;  __?__ LAMBE;  Anthony D. LUPACCHINO;    Charles H. CURRY; John H. POWELL;  Roland J. PEPIN;  Jack V. RIZZOLLA;  Richard L. ALGER.    THIRD ROW:  Arlen R. COLLINGS;  David C. MELLEN;  Raymond G.  ROWLAND;  Robert WILSON;  Stephen P. MATEYAK;  __?__ KANOZAK;  Thomas G. QUINN;  Thomas F. HORNUNG;  Jack R. SHOPE;  Robert F. GRACE;  Gerald J. CURRAN;  Richard V. BAKER;  Donald DUCKETT.    SECOND ROW:  Henry W. WILDONGER;  Grover EDGE Jr.;  Michael H. WEIN;  Sherwood G. COMBS;  Peter M. CARNIGLIA;  Forrest L. FURMAN;  C. E. VINCELETTE;  Charles R. DANIELS;  Charles R. GREEN;  James MCHUGH;  Robert B. LORE;  John F. FINAN, Jr.; Edward C. MOAN, Jr.    FIRST ROW:  Francis D. PROCTOR;  Jacob M. BEHNEY;  George S. QUACKENBOS;  Robert LAUER;  M .J. BRIGANDE EN1 (Company Commander);  A.P. CORCORAN, Jr.;  Henry BOUCHER;  Philip J. KLOSS;  James I. LIPSCOMB.    FRONT ROW:  Joseph S. WYATT - (Company Guidon Bearer and Mascot).     We all loved this 'little guy' and he was proud to be our Guidon Bearer.  He made us all look good!       Recruit Petty Officers of Company 359    CPO -- Company Commander 	Michael J. BRIGANDE EN1  RCPO - 				Robert LAUER  MASTER AT ARMS - 		Richard V. BAKER  COMPANY CLERK - 		Anthony D. LUPACCHINO  GUNNERSMATE - 			C. E. VINCELETTE  BOS'N MATE OF THE WATCH - 	Robert B. GORDON  EDUCATIONAL P. O. - 		Jack R. SHOPE  ATHLETIC P.O. - 			Edward C. MOAN Jr.  MAIL P. O. - 				Robert G. BARRETT  MAIL P. O. - 				Arlen R. COLLINGS  2ND PLATOON LEADER - 		Gerard E. NOE  1ST  PLATOON LEADER - 		Wilford B. NICKENS  GUIDON BEARER and MASCOT - 	Joseph S. WYATT
Boot Camp CO 359 (Reading Left to Right) 1-Stephen P. Mateyak 2-Tony Lupacchino 3-Robert B. Gordon 4-Robert Wilson.  Received Dog Tags. November 1955 (#200)  Tony Lupacchino - Appointment to RTC Rank of Company Clerk Second Class Petty Officer - August 1955.
Boot Camp CO 359 (Reading Left to Right) LAUNDRY DETAIL 1-Jack R. Shope 2-Stephen P. Mateyak 3-Robert Wilson November 1955 (#195)
Boot Camp CO 359 - Reugerrie Co. 399 Standing Clothes Line Watch  (Others Unidentified) November 1955 (#194)
Ariel View - Service School Command at USNTC BAINBRIDGE.
Silhouetted against the sun, a Soldier communicates via radio while performing security for a patrol through the village of Al Asyria, Iraq.

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