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i Pasha Of Kenitra, Morocco, To Arrive Here January 17The


Pasha of Kenitra. Mo-
:TOCCO, His Excellency Abdel the United States for a first that he be permitted to visit and will leave for Pensacola on York City from Morocco on
Moulay Hamid El Alaoui, will hand look at "Americanism in Naval Air Reserve activities to Friday, January 19, at 0800. January 8, and is now touringthe
arrive at NAS Jacksonville ona action. He is a cousin of His renew acquaintances with squadron While in Jax he will stay at U.S., in company with an interpreter -
two-day visit next Wednes- Majesty Hassan II, King of Mo- personnel whom he has met the Station. He will tour the city and an escort officer,
day rocco. As Pasha, he is ruler of, in Morocco. of Jacksonville, the Beach com- CAPT John L. Counihan, formerly -
January 17. He is visit-
ing several cities of the Uni- Kinitra, formerly known as Port Accordingly, the State Depart- munities, and also plans to visit skipper of NARTU Jax.

ted States under sponsorship Lyautey, which is a strategicU. ment is coordinating his visit Jacksonville University. At 1100, The Pasha rules over the city
of the State Department.The S. Naval Base in North Afri- with the Navy, which is acting as Thursday, January 18, he will of Kenitra, which has a population .
principal host for the trip. The make an official call on Mayor
ca.He of about 70,000.
Pasha, a staunch friendof has expressed the desire Pasha is scheduled to arrive at Burns.
the United States, is visiting that during his visit in the U.S. NAS Jax at 1615, 'January 17, The Pasha arrived in New He has brought many personal
-- gifts for his friends in the Uni-

ted States, including one for
President Kennedy. The Presi-

dent's gift, a 300-year-old swordin
a silver scabbard from the
Jt1 s Royal Palace at Rabat (capitalof
Morocco), will be presentedin
Washington later this week.

lIe may also visit other placesof

his choice before returning

home to Morocco in early Feb-

Vol. 9 No. 39 JAX AIR NEWS 11 January 1962FairJax ruary.



Com Fair Jax Cautions Pilots

))1'T


To Know Flight Capabilities"The


Navy at great expense and effort attempts to give
all pilots the, finest instrument training available anywherein
the world today," so stated RADM Joseph M. Carson,
ComFairJax, in a recent message to all pilots.
lie went on to say, "Recurring
flying requirements and limita-
tions have been carefully laid Repository For

: down in applicable OpNav and
NavAirLant directives in orderto Exhibits May
; improve and maintain at peak
N.W.. proficiency the skills obtained in To NAS
Come \
d .. basic instruments and to prevent

r}.. pilots from 'stretching their luck' Plans are being made to estab-
in various flight situations."In lish an Exhibit Repository at
spite of these many safe- NAS Jax, it was revealed by
guards,_ we:have ,had in the last RAM Dan Smith, Chief of Information -
few weeks no fewer than three I for the Navy, in his
accidents in which FairJax avia- speech Tuesday night to the
"TUG OF WAR" ENDS IN TIE-A "lug of war" for the VP-18 Crew of the Month Award tors have lost their lives on instrument Beaches Mayport Council of
ended in a tie between Crew 1 and Crew 3 and both hare been authorised to fly the command
or night approaches to the Navy League.
ing officers award pennant for their efforts. Both crews hare alto been awarded two days special
liberty for their achievement. Shown here in their "tug of war" pose to receive the pennant from the field or carrier. On these Admiral Smith, who spoke
CDR W. W. Honour (center), squadron commander, are LTJG R. G. Duffey, (left) from Crew flights all three pilots were well mainly on his duties as chief of
1, and CDR R. F. Cuccias of Crew 5. In the final tally. Crew 1 was high in flight hours with experienced and highly regardedby Information but also touched on
Crew 5 scoring heavily in crew competition and qualification exercises. "
their fellow professionals. the modern Navy, said that the
The message continued, saying, Exhibit Repository will be stock-
NABSix LCDR Blouin Ends 32-Year "The question raised in our mind ed with exhibits from the over-
therefore becomes threefold: Are all area and from the Informa-
Become Single the Navy's instrument flying requirements tion Office in Washington.He .
Naval Career Here Jan. 2 adequate to meet to- also disclosed that the
Command HereThe day's' jet flying needs; are our world's first and only nuclear-
Thirty-two years of devotion to his country and the pilots meeting those require- powered aircraft carrier, the
major local Navy posts of U.S. Navy were climaxed for LCDR Emil G. Blouin Jr., at ments; and are our pilots aware USS Enterprise may visit May-
Commander Fleet, Air, Jackson testimonial and retirement ceremonies held here on Tuesday, I (Please Turn to Page 4, Cot 4) port this year.,
ville and Commander Naval Air January 2. -
combined into a single command CAPT James R. Compton, NAS
Bases Sixth Naval District were Commanding Officer; CDR Walter
here on Monday, January 1,1962. Schub, Executive Officer, and 4it-
Rear Admiral Joseph M. Car- N A S Jax department heads
.. _
son heads the complex as he had gathered to honor LCDR Blouinfor _. d
in ,the past when they were in- his lengthy service.LT r
dependent, with the combined Solomon Poupko, NAS
staffs numbering over 200 officers Jewish Chaplian, acted as masterof
men and civilian personnel. ceremonies, during which he < >
Headquarters for the dual com presented LCDR Blouin with a
mand remains in the Administrative testimonial certificate from the
Building here.ComFairJax members of the Brig Staff.
has been in the LCDR Blouin began his Navy S
area for more than 10 years, be- I service in 1930 in Massachusetts.He .
ing established November 1, 1948, served 12 years in the enlisted
when NAS Jax dropped the role ratings and was a chief metal-
of training command and becamea smith at the time of his com-
major shore establishment. missioning. 3R x cf yf Y
Q
Presently, Fleet, Air Jax is a Some of his more significant
huge, expensive unit, with over duties as a commissioned officer
50 commands based from Oceana, includes two tours as Officer-in-
Vav south through Florida to the Charge, NAF Fallon, Nev., and
islands of Cuba and Puerto Rico. Officer-in-Charge. NAF Liver-
ComNabSix, has military com more, Calif. He was serving as
Assistant Maintenance Officer at
mand and coordinating control
over six naval installations in NAS Patuxent River, Md., priorto f
Florida coming to NAS Jax in 1959.
including NAS Jax, NAS
Cecil Field, NAS Key West, NAS Serving as NAS Brig Officer 9.4 S
Sanford, NS Mayport and Naval here, LCDR Blouin is credited ,'
Mine Development Unit, Panama with having instituted a more LONG NAVY CA ENDS-After 32 years of Naval service. LCDR Emil G. Blouin Jr..
City. active rehabilitation program and brought his long Navy career to an end on retirement January 2. Shown here with LCDR Blouinas
orders read CAPT James R. Compton (left), NAS Commanding Of-
his retirement were by
Chief of Staff for the combined developing a new training pro- ficer, are his wife and three daughter (foreground, left to right) Pennie 9> Marie. 14 and
command is CAPT Vincent F. gram for prisoners. Assuming his Linda 16. LCDR Blouin amassed an outstanding record here as NAS Brig Officer, the position
Casey. (Please Turn to Page 4, Col. 3) which he held until his retirement.



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2 AIR NEWSJt1 11 January 196J



Man vs Machine'Is I McQuaig Wins Commendation!



XftLBIIWS HAS J.ckaonv"Ie' Subject Of For Performance At NATTULeadership


CAPT J. R. Compton Commending Officer AFMA Meeting
COR Waiter J. Schub __..Executlve Officer
Fleet Ak J.cbonvilU NAB 6ND The old bugaboo of man vs and initiative, two characteristics that usually .

RADM Joseph "... Carson Commander machine and why man puts up receive recognition when shown in a highly proficient

CAPT Vincent Casey _Chief! of Staff, F.W.. with the day-in, day-out struggle manner, has earned Harold E. McQuaig, ABCS, of the Naval
CAPT C. L Moor., Jr. chief of Staff, NAB Six of working for a living was Air Technical Training Unit, a glowing commendation

Fleet Air Wing Eleven interpreted for members of Jack- fyonwt.. "A...,..rem wartcpi D. Allen. NATTU commanding officer.
CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhelm .............._........___ ____.Comm.nd.r sonville Chapter 40 of the ,uu. ---- ---- The commendation which was |
CAPT Andrew H. Cowirt Chief Staff Officer ., .
hN.W\ hVAWM>
As- VR NYNt.W.N presented to McQuaig on January .
Naval Air Technical: 1 Training Unit Armed Forces Management
CAPT Hartiel D. Allen Commanding Officer sociation by Professor Paul 2, states that "During the
CDR Eugene F. Verdtry ._. Executive Officer Downing of the University of period July 16, 1960 to December -

CAPT Naval' Hospital) Florida at the latest meeting of 16, 1961, while serving as an
R. O. CanadaCAPT
Commanding Officer
Stephen H. Tollni __executive! Officer the group held December 21 at instructor in the NATTU Jacksonville -
Navel Air Reserve Training Unit the Officers' Club. Leadership School,
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. ..Commanding Officer Speaking on "Human FactorsIn Senior Chief ,McQuaig was instrumental -
CDR William M. Miller Executive Officer
Management", Professor Dow- in preparing a coursein
Printed commercially with non-appropriated fundi In Jackionvllle Florida atM
admitted that automation leadership for chief
to the ning petty officers -
expense government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33 Rev. July
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet All had made great strides in the of this command.
Jecbonvllle, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing past decade, but that man in "Senior Chief McQuaig, upon
II, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.s. Naval Hoapltal.
CDR the final analysis was still irre- his own initiative, spent many
Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. Service Information Officer
Andrew H. Pleney Assistant Service Information Officer placeable. Mechanization, he asserted hours outside of regular working
Newt Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer J01; Sandy Martinson is when the machine replaces hours, in the research and preparation
JOSH Ralph Bailey, SN. Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. the man, while automation necessary to make this
Member Council of North of Industrial Florid industrial Editor Editor Association and Southern and International takes place when the machine .;< .< :. an effective course. Further ef

The Jai Air Newt It e member of the Armed Force Press Service. Material replaces human control. forts on his part made possible
appearing In this, publication can be reprinted providing credit It given. Pkcto-. "Our 'thinking machines', as he first WAVE leadership course '|
rephi unless otherwise credited, are official U.s. Navy Photograph they are known," said Downing, In the Jacksonville area.
Editorial office located In Room 2)0 Main Administration Building. Phone
'only do what the human mind
"Chief made
tenlon McQuaig an out
e' SIM, 656, 272 or 216.
tells them to. These machinesare standing contribution to the

not creative, whereas man AFMA is SPEAKER"Humanrelationl an allimportantfactor success of tile leadership course

Residence is. They have no memory and in any management in preparing special study maps
vs Domicile have no judgement and it is program" Professor Paul and information sheets for the

this judgement of man that is Downing told members, of the students t. utilize in meetingthe

Civil the determining factor in to- Jacksonville Armed Forces Chapter Management of Association the* requirements of the course.
Relief Act
Helps day's scheme of things," h e at the group's Decem "Chief McQuaig's personal I
pointed out. ber meeting. Downing from
example, devotion to duty and
In discussing "why things i the University of Florida,
spoke "Human Factors in pride in the Navy has been an
Those From HomeIncome work", the professor touched on inspiration
Away Management. to the students as
attitudes and morale, motivationand -- ..
well as other enlisted personnelof
performance and inventivesvs
: "
this command.
AFMA Members
money. He declared that surveys -
tax, motor vehicle registration the right to indicate that money alone The commendation will be

Vote, property taxes. .all these are legal matters which is not always the primary factor AddressBy made a permanent part of Chief
anybody can normally handle without the aid of an attorney. behind man's motivation. In Hear McQuaig's service record.

But they can become problems when you live in one cityor many ,instances employees so desire Orders assigning McQuaig to
state and are a legal resident of another. Most personnelin to be recognized to the point Dr. Rogers duty aboard the USS Coral Sea

the, service are in this position when on active duty. where some are willing to takea in February have been received

By studying provisions in theSoldiers' have a domicile; an old domiciles e lesser paying job just to get a Members of Jacksonville Chap by him recently.
and Sailors' Civil Relief title-to be "somebody" in the ter 40 of the Armed Forces --I
not lost until a new one is
Act, usually with a legal assistance adopted.A organization. In the final analysis Management Association will i Sgt.: "They tell 'me you were

officer's help, the steps however, he listed these reasons hear Dr. Benjamin F. Rogers, drunk last night, and was seen
required to answer their obligations newborn child's domicile of for man's inventives to vice president and dean of Jack. pushing a wheelbarrow down

can be found. birth is the same as its father's work: ((1) money; ((2)) desire to sonville University, who will be Main Street."

Generally, the act exempts domicile. If a child is born to produce: ((3)) inborn creativeness principal speaker at the group'smonthly Pvt.: "That's right."

service perionnel's service pay parents domiciled in Illinois, but of man; (4)) prestige and power. meeting today at the Sgt.: "And where was I when
and personal property from state living in New York, the child is "If I were to define the pre- Officer's Club. all this was going on?"

taxes in other than their domlcl- I a domiciliary of Illinois. requisites of a successful execu- Dr. Rogers will speak on Pvt.: "In the wheelbarrow."

liar? ,state. Also, the act provides Domicile by operation of law tive I would say that he should "History of Management"
that payment of Income tax may is independent of the subject's have ability, desire and under The meeting will open with a members from local industry,
be deferred up to six months after intention and actual residence standing of human relations," social hour at 1115, with the the Jax chapter has a membership

discharge if their ability to pay For example, a woman upon Downing asserted. luncheon slated for 1145, follow. of 125.
the tax is materially impaired by marriage generally loses her own Some 75 members and guests ed by the business meeting. The AFMA's aim is to improves

their military service. domicile and by operation of were on hand for the December Comprised of naval management methods and techniques

Before determining what taxesare law, adopts that of her husband: meeting. The next AFMA gather and civilian employees in the through experience and
properly assessable to service ing is set for January 11. management field, plus associate exchange of ideas.JAX .
personnel and their dependents, Domicile of choice is the place ,
note the difference between the where someone voluntarily electsto

terms RESIDENCE and DOMI- replace his previous domicile.
CILE. To do this, there must be a simultaneous -

concurrence of these
The sole right to tax
persons things: actual residence in the wl
military pay and personal !
prop. new locality intention to
an remain -
erly
under the act. remains with
their there permanently or indefinitely
state of DOMICILE
when
they and an intent to abandon -
are absent in
compliancewith
the old domicile.By .
military orders.

Generally, RESIDENCE is defined changing their state of

as, "a factual place of domicile personnel also changethe : :
abode" at a particular time, influence in determiningtheir

However, various states have liability for income and
laws defining the words residenceor personal property taxes and in

resident differently; whenevera other, sometimes equally important -

word is specifically defined i id in areas as well.

particular law, that definition _
These include: liability for
is controlling.The .
state inheritance taxes; deter Is\ \ '
other term, DOMICILE, is mining where your will would 4: ;

defined in legal language as be probated and who might act

"that place where a man has his as executor and as testamentary

true, fixed and permanent home guardian of your minor children ..

and principal establishment and : the right to vote; bonuses
to which, whenever he is absen for wartime service: the right t
therefrom, has the intention of hold public office the right t o'Y
., ........ '
returning. tax exemption; determining :w? ....its5: :: #{%'.yv'tY:,. Sfi 5aa$ "

There are three kinds of domicile whether you or your childre S.C..FUTURE listen attentively NAVYMEN a, ?William-This group M Carter.of Nary League sponsored Sea Cadets from Charleston.
PHC.
explains the survival
domicile of origin or birth may attend a state college without equipment during their tour of VP-16 on December 29. The use of a piece of aviator's 100
group was only of some
part
domicile by Operation of law, and paying higher fees requireof junior Navy Leaguers who were conducted on a three-day orientation tour of[ the Jax Nary
domicile of choice.It non-domiciliary residents, and Complex. During their tour of VP-16. the youths were told some of the tactics employed by the
in
squadron antisubmarine
warfare and also
is legally impossible where obtain divorce. conducted through a P2V the uPage
not to you may I flown by the squadron in performing its missions. nepiune.



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11 January 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3



RADM Masterson Visits



imi; { NAS In Tour Of AreaFa'



: Rear Admiral K. S. Masterson,
YK 7v. oa r t tea' 1 ,. t4v Deputy Chief of the Bureau of

Naval Weapons, spent the day

4r 'qt\k If Monday visiting the Station and

YfI other naval facilities in the area,
following his arrival here on

Ask UsEditor's Sunday.

f His visit here was one stop ina
series of familiarization visitsto
Not. In a humorous
( :
Bureau of Naval Weapons ac-
rein this week the following
f 55 question was asked without first tivities.
: telling the persons queried what After meeting with NAS Jack-

the word "interdigitation" meant. sonville, Fleet Air Jacksonvilleand

After getting answers each was Fleet Air Wing Eleven of-

told the meaning and asked if it ficials on Monday morning,
and their picture could be used. RADM Masterson toured the

SMALL FRY SPREAD CHRISTMAS CHEER-Members of Brownie Troop 22, led by Mrs. A. The answers are good for a vast Overhaul and Repair De-
J. Leimer (left), helped to spread Christmas cheer here at NAS during the holiday season bypassing chuckle.) partment, Operations and Aircraft
out cookies to Naval Hospital patients with the aid of their "Santa Claus Donna Pulley Maintenance Departments of the
(right). Many other local units and organisations also performed similar acts of good will-far Do you believe in premarital Station.In .
more than space will allow for printing of all photos taken.
interdigitation? If so, do
the afternoon he
helicop-
think others should in-
you tered to the Cecil Field Naval

Christmas Charity Program Employees/ dulge? Air Station and toured facilities

Must Get Social/ "Yes, I certainly agree whole- there before departing for Naval
heartedly but refuse to commit \ir Station Sanford. From San-

NumberAll myself. Should others indulge- 'ord he will continue his tourto
Security
Review Shows GenerosityA well that is up to them. H. Pat- NAS Pensacola, NAS Key
Civil Service employeesare
terson, AM2, VP-30. West and other points.
being asked by their per-
review of Christmas charity programs here at the sonnel offices to furnish their \ t

Station shows that its personnel, both military and civilian, social security account num- Y ....b
did much to make Christmas happy for many less fortunate bers as part of a new Per- '\?,., Station Traffic

than themselves.The sonnel Statistics Program being :
Violation
Record
Public Works '
Department approved charity organization.The initiated by the U. S. Civil nY
collected some $477.03 which pro- Chief Petty Officers' Club Service Commission. The The following is a report of
vided boxes of food, along with motor vehicle accidents and
feted 102 under-privileged child- number will also be requiredfor
new and used clothing and toys traffic violations for the
ren to a Christmas dinner partyat use by Internal Revenue. per-
for 24 needy families. iod January 1-6, 1962:
their club where they were Those employees who eitherdo
Overhaul and Repair Depart- also given clothing and toys. not have a social security NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis

ment gave about 50 families food, The Waves Barracks contributed account number, or do not week ..... ......"........ 4

clothing and toys bought with 140 gifts to four children's know what it is, must submit Patterson Helley Total for 1961 ..................220

some $500. collected by the department homes where the girls, in uni- applications for their numbers. "Yes, I sure do. But I don't necessarily Total for 1960 .................259

form, sang Christmas carols and Civil Service i employees : think everyone should NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS
of the Ma-
Civilian employees one acted as Santa Claus. WILL NOT be placed under .. do it. It depends on the indivi- This week ......................., 61
terial Division of the Supply De- The Station's small fry also Social Security; and deduc- dual circumstances. Do I? Well, Reckless Driving .......,.. .. 1

partment donated toys, clothing, aided in making Christmas merry tions WILL NOT be made that is classified information." Speeding .......................... 11
food and money to needy familiesnot Cub Scout Troop 131, led by Cub from their salary for Social John Helley, DTI, Naval Hospital Running Stop Sign ..... 3
assistance from
for
eligible Master L. E. Milligan, made upa Security. Staff. Others .............................,.. 46
State welfare and other agencies.In .
addition basket of food stuff for a needy "Surely; is it the try before you Total violations 1961 2,095
Supply prepared family selected by the Navy Re- buy method? Do I utilize it? I Total violations 1960 1,747
10 food baskets, toys and clothingfor
42 children. Christmas din- lief. Elementary School use to.' Surely, that's the word NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE

also prepared and de- I Brownie Troop 22, with their for today." William Bridges, LAST INJURY....... 9
ners were I leader, Mrs. A. J. Leimer, tra- Seeking TeacherAn PH2, VFP-62 Photo Lib.T. ; .
livered to two former Material Twenty-five persons appeared -
I velled to the Naval Hospital
Division employees who are retired urgent appeal for a qualified before the Traffic
where the ladies passed
for disability.The young third-grade teacher imme- Hearing Board at the meeting
out cookies to patients there.
Comptroller Department They carried their pint-sized diately for Reynolds Lane Ele- held January 2, with disposi-
own
participated 100 percent in compiling I mentary School has been made tion of cases as follows: Six
Santa, for the occasion with Donna -
eight baskets for Navy re- by Mrs. Marry Button, the lost driving and parking pri-
Pulley in a Santa costume.
school's principal. vileges for various periods,

lief.The Security Department col- The first prisoner of WWII was Wives of service personnel, or eight assigned to complete aneighthour

lected toys through the StructualFire the skipper of a Japanese midget others, who may be qualified for course in remedial

Headquarters and the Sta- submarine which beached off the the position are urged to call Mrs. .:,L;: driving, two referred for pos-
tion Police released three abon- Army's Bellows Field on the Island Button at EVergreen 8-8901 dur- < sible disciplinary action, two

doned bicycles to the Public of Oahu, Hawaii, shortly ing regular school hours or at Bridges Gibbs given warnings and three were

Works Department for renovation after the December 7, 1941 attack -I FLanders 9-4556 after 1700 and "What is that? It sounds mys- dismissed.

prior to being delivered to an on Pearl Harbor. on non-school days. terious and forbidden but I knowit Some safety precautionsseem
.. ..
self evident but
isn't. i don't tmnK other peo- statistics
ple should indulge in it. before show that many fail to prac-

they find out what it is. Did I do tice them. On long trips allow -

it? I might have." Chris Gibbs, plenty of time for travel
SA, Aircraft Maintenance. and make frequent stops. Ar-
rive relaxed.

t I Make courtesy your codeon

All Aliens Must the road-make allowancesfor
unpredictable driver and

1 si pedestrian actions. Drive with
Report Address ood tires, properly adjusted

brakes and proper working

During JanuaryThe lights and turn signals. Aboveall

1T don't drink when driving
% Immigration and Nation- because most serious accidents

ality Act requires all aliens in involve drinking and speedingtoo
*
the United States and its posses- fast for conditions, or

sions, with few exceptions, to both.
:
report their addresses to the At-

: torney General during the monthof fices of the Immigration and Na-

+ : January. Aliens temporarily turalization Service at any time.
absent from the United States
NAS CPO's MAKE E-8-CAPT James R. Compton, right), NAS commanding officer, reads during January must report their The cards should be filled out
promotion orders and congratulates seven new NAS Jax senior chiefs upon their promotion to and returned, to the cleric from
that rank. Receiving the promotions were (front row. left to right) Hugh I. Irvin Jr.. AECS. and addresses within ten days of their whom received.
Seldon A. Lewis, MNCS, both from Ordnance and Gunnery, and Michael Bertolanl. AOCS Operations return to this country. Willful failure to submit the
and (back row left to right) Norris W. ThomaiApCS. and Howard Jones. AQCS Cards for making this reportare report may lead to serious
both from Overhaul and Repair Department Vergil Placidi ADCS, Ordnance and Gunnery, and pen-
Henry R. Cox Jr., TDCS Operations. Observing the ceremony (second from right) is CWO R.Tnretz available at any U. S. Post alties, such as fine, imprisonmentandor
Mine and Target Officer. Office during January .and at of- deportation.



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4 JAX AIR NEWS 11 January 1962



Patton Named NA ITU'5




'Instructor Of f The Year'The


t Naval Air Technical Training Unit's annual "In

structor of the Year" competition, which began in Novem-

}: ,.. j% : ber, reached its climax here at the NAS Civilian Cafeteria
December 19 when David L. Patton, AE1, of AE-A School,

was awarded the title by CAPT Hartsel D. Allen, NATTU
t y} tae it;:$ ; ':
commanding officer.NATTU ._ .
un oemg selected as "instructor
of the Year," Patton was

Names presented a silver cup award anda
letter of commendation which

x.. :.:.. fie will be entered in his service
Costain ForMonthly record.

Competitors vieing for the
.
title were called upon to give a
JOUKNEYMEN GRADS-Thes* smiles resulting from hard effort and success belong jto Honor 15-minute
NAS Jax civilian employees upon their graduation after completing four years of apprenticeship prepared presentationon
training here on December 19. Graduates are (first row left to right), Blalse W. CasiellL Walter Outstanding performance in the a subject of their choice along
R. Gonzales, Robert L. Kronholm. Charles J. Wep pelman. Michael Ceballos Jr.. Ardes H. Hall and with a 5-minute impromptu
Wilbur C. Hanchey (second row. left to right) Elisha Douglas Jr.. Edward J. McCreary Joe G. line of duty is said to be one of presentation. Patton's 15-minute
Chaney David L. Findley Keith L. Bunion and Donald L. Reynolds who was the Honorman the true aspects of a good sailor
Award winner and the only employee from Public Works (third row, left to right) Alex L. Reid and this characteristic, along subject was "Proper Utilizationof
Vernon D. McDaniel John D. Wilsher Daniel L. Shadd, Edward J. Heise and Donald E. Keel) with others have been credited Training Aids" and "Securityof
(back row, left to right) Doyle C. Carter, William R. Stuckey Jr., Jack U. Carpenter Austin Classified Matter" the 5-min-
Stilwill. Leo F. Back Jesse M. Womack and Eugene L. Westerwelle. Also graduated but not with earning Joseph Costain, ute subject.
present for the photo was Elton J. Burch. All graduates are employees of the Overhaul and Repair AMS2, the Naval Air Technical
Department except Reynolds. Training Unit's award as "Serv- Other finalist in the competition -
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iceman of the Month" for Nov-; included MSgt. R. J. Rossi,
ember. AO-A School; E. C. Fiore, AOC,
27 Civilian
Employees Navy Wives Will The award which was presented NAWS-O School; and GySgt.T. .

Costain by CAPT. Hartsel D. R. Jones, AO-B School.

Complete ApprenticeshipMaintaining Hold 'Half Price'Sale Allen, NATTU, commanding officer Judges for the final stage of

January 16A states that he performedhis the competition were CDR E. G.
duties in an outstanding manner Loftus, NATTU operations lead-
regular jobs and studying for four years "Half Price Sale" will be displaying at all times the ership officer; CDR A. A. Cipo-
proved to be a successful endeavor for 27 NAS Jax civil ser- held by the Navy Wives' highest degree of military bear- lat, director of training; CDRE.

vice employees who were graduated here on December 19, "Not-New-Shop," located in ing and credits praise given him T. Edmonson, AE School

1961. Building 953 here at NAS, by his superiors and subordinates training officer; CDR R. D.

Their four-year apprenticeship from 0830 to 1400 on Monday, alike with leading to his selection Kunkle, AO School training
David L. Findley, Charles J.
training courses involved attend- and Jesse M. Wo- January 16.Proceeds for the honor. officer; and LCDR R. E. Miles,
ing one week per month duringthe mack Weppelman all Machinists and Edward from the sale will As an additional award for his training facilities officer. W, M.

first year and three days per J. Heise, Alex; L. Reid-, be used for the club's welfare selection, Costain and his family Ross, director of training's educational

month during the last three yearsin Daniel L. Shadd and William R. projects.All will be feted to an allexpensepaid advisor acted as moni
order to be graduated. This personnel are urged to tor. -
trip to historical St. Au-
Stuckey Jr., all Aircraft Instru-
training period was to produce support the wive's project Patton will
gustine. now go to NATTC,
ment Mechanics, Electronics, and
highly skilled journeymen.The either by purchasing some Memphis, Tenn., this month
all from O&R.
Hononnan'Award was won needed item that may be where he will compete against
by Donald L. Reynolds, Pipefitter found at the shop or by con- ComFairJaxContinued winners from other Training

and also the only Public tributing articles of clothing, ( from Page 1)) Units for the grand title of "Na
Works Department employee un- furniture, toys, etc., for use In of their flying capabilities and val Air Technical Training Command -

dergoing the training. Present for rrThursday. their welfare undertaking. limitations? The first part of School Master of the Year"
the ceremonies which were held that question is largely a higher I ':: :
in the Smith'Room of the Civil- command matter which I intendto approaching that period of the

ian Cafeteria, were CAP LCDR Blouin investigate fully. The second year in which instruments con-

Robert H. Fagan, Overhaul and January 11 (Continued from Page) part is for the command atten- ditions are most likely to be encountered -
Repair Officer, and CAPT JamesA. Mainside-Tea tion. A responsibility on this where demands on
Bentley, Public Works Officer. and Sympathy, duties on retirement is CWO part is shared by each and every flying abilities are made much
The other 1961 graduates were: 1900' only. Frank Miller. pilot who must honestly ask more exacting.
NATTUnit-Shark River, 1900
Leo F. Back, Doyle C. Carter, only. LCDR Blouin's years of devotion himself before each flight: AmI He admonished all commandersto

Michael Ceballos Jr., Ardes H. Hospital-Desire in the Dust, to his fellow man have fully prepared to face any review their instrument training -

Hall, Wilbur C. Hanchey, Ver- 1900 only. not ended, however, with his eventuality on this flight including programs with particular attention -
non D. McDaniel, Donald E. Neel all the emergencies peculiar to requirements anl pilot
retirement from the Navy. At the
and Austin R. Stllwill, all Elec- Friday, January 12 to the airplane and the expected qualifications.
present time he is receiving instruction -
tronics Mechanics; Keith L. Bun- Mainside-Colorado, 1900 only. flight situation?
in Red Cross work -
at
ton, Robert L. Kronholm and II NATTUnit-Tea and Sym- Fort Jackson, S.C., after the "If the answer to that question Barber: "You been here before -
Eugene L. Westerwelle, all Me- pathy, 1900 only. completion of which he will enter -I is evasive in any way, then ? Your face is familiar."
Hospital-Shark River 1900
talsmiths, Aviation. the pilot is needlessly riskinghis Customer
a new field of service.He I : "Shouldn't be. It'sall
Also, Elton J. Burch, Jack Y. only. life, and perhaps, the livesof healed up by now."
Carpenter, Blaise W. Castelli, Saturday January 13 and his family will con others." The world's first electronic

Elisha Douglas Jr., Walter R. Mainside-The George Raft; tinue to reside in Jacksonville, In conclusion, the Admiral reminded computer was built for the U.S.

Gonzales, Edward J. McCrearyand Story, 1900..only. he said. all pilots that they are Navy in the early 19''- ,
John D. Wilsher, all Elec- WATTUnit Colorado, 1400

tricians, Aircraft; Joe G. Chaney, and 1900.

Hospital-Tea and Sympathy,
1900 'ti:5,:$: :
only.
Sailors Answer kb ."
Sunday January 14 k
,
Emergency Call 1900.Mainside-Dondi, 1400 and 5 :.;t.

i NATTUnit-The George Raft
For DonationsEight
'SQs.: :ti' '
Story, 1400 and 1900.HospitalColorado. #:

Navymen, three from 1900 only. ,
the Naval Hospital Staff and Monday, January 15 -

five from 'the Operations Boat Mainside-House of Fright, :$i

House, rallied to the emergencycall 1900 only. .
for blood donors by the Hospital NATTUnit-Dondi, 1900 only. '
Blood Donor Center on Hospital The George Raft

January 2 when several patients Story, 1900 only.Tuesday. .

there requiring blood created an January 16

unexpected shortage. Mainside-The Racers, 1900
Donors from the hospital staff only.

were Robert F. Glasgow, HN; NATTUnit-House of Fright,
Donald W. MacPhail, HN, and 1900 only. -
:
Roger W. Parks, HN. Hospital-Dondi, 1900 only. i
:Ei: \ '
Operations Boat House donors Wednesday January 17

included Richard T. Bromley, Mainside-Exodus, 1900 only. tPage

'"MSN; P. C. Carriger, FA; NATTUnit-The Racers, 1900

Joseph Howard, AA; Francis P. only. VP 30's FIRST AIRCREWMEN-Shown here are the lira!
Lushla, SN, and Gerald O. Lu- Hospital-House of Fright, beiag the first !o b. designated u aircrewm.n while serving men with to VP gain 30. the distinct honor of
R.c.ivinq !be
shia, SA. 1900 only. wonR3rcrewRichardmanA.winMigsasJs., ATI3.as and A.nriott(l.it right, A03.). Josh Pierce, AT3: Frank J. Davfsc.hard.



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Iron
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1.'. .t 7 I-I '\ Trophy; VP-30 SecondAfter


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J taking the second Iron Man leg at the Sports

A 5c 6 Award Banquet last August, CDR Bill Barrow, VA-44 commanding
officer, stated that his boys intended to take two

more legs and make the Iron Man permanent Hornet property -

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They came a step closer tc( I
i cinched the leg. Only one mQreis
fulfilling that prophecy at the i I
for possession.
necessary
close of 1961, as VA-44 was agair I
declared the top all around Intramural I Patron, 30 always a top contender -

i # unit at NAS Jackson- in any sport, came throughfall
ville. First place in golf and competition to cop two titles,

two second spots, one in bowling volleyball and bowling. F. W.
and the other in touch football McComas of VP-30 was voted

< 4k" the most valuable volleyball
player in the local circuit.
SQUARING OFF-Leili* Presley (left), Sax Navy novice bantam weight and All-Navy !
middleweight champ Jim Rosette mix it up In sparring practice here in preparation for the Florida 1M Cage Play Bob Gunter of Special Ser-
AAU Boxing Tournament to be held at the Jacksonville Coliseum February 1214. Navy per I vices was chosen top kegler of
sonnel of local units who feel that they are qualified and would like to try for a berth in the the fall bowling season. He put-
touranment are urged to call Athletic Director Frank McCaffrey at Ext. 585. _
rolled them all with high game
Resumed Here
((279)), high set ((685), and high.

Local IM Bowling Meet average ((186)) honors.
Pugilist PreppingFor
Top local gridder on the local
Set January 17A On MondayMainside : touch football scene was Ken

: Oliver of the NARTU powerhouse -
AAU Boxing MeetLocal bowlers pow wow to discusshe I who scored an impresive
intramural basketball I
Spring intramural bowling 66 points.
resumed play after giving the
boxing fans should be readying themselves for 'season has been scheduled to be hardwoods a three week rest John Foley of VA-44 took top

another big knockdown ,event, when the Florida AAU Box- held at the Mainside gym on last Monday, as one Americanand laurels on the Station links by
is featured at the Jacksonville coliseum low league average of
ing Tournament hitting a
Wednesday, January 17 at 0930. two National League teams
February 1214. Top amateurs from both military and civilian 37.
'I.Jhe season is slated to start continued with perfect no loss .
teams are slated to swap punches in the three -day slug- slates. The winners of four minor
February 5. I
athon. i A powerful FAETU five, under tournaments outside Iron Man
Jax Navy gladiators on handto leadership of player-coach Jim competition were: ping pong-

dish out the knuckle sand- Cramer, continue to dominatethe Admin's Walt Zaborniak, tennis-
wishes will be All-Navy middle- Calendar For All-Navy American League with six Fred Weinberg of VP-7, handballEd
weight champ Jim Rosette, and
ComFairJax and
wins and no losses. They will Holley of ,
bantam weight Leslie Presley, face Admin, VA-44 and VU-10 in foul shooting champ-John Mor-

both of Special Services. In '62 ReleasedThe their three remaining games. ris of VA44.Presentation.

Rosette, who originally enteredthe Sports The regularly scheduled season I of trophies and
Jax Navy star-studded stableas ends January 30. Close rivalVA.178
awards will be made at a sports
a heavyweight, is now working Bureau of Naval Personnel has recently releasedthe now closed out with banquet in the near future.
feverishly to whittle the All-Navy sports calendar for 1962. Seven sports are now 8-1, threatens to tie it up if the
pounds down to welter weight included in the year's schedule, including basketball, boxing Fleet Airmen lose a game.

size, which is a 147 pound maxi- volleyball, bowling, tennis, softball and golf. The National League deadlock

mum. When considering the First on" the schedule is the Date set for the netters is Au- between VAP-62 and VP-18 was CDR Davis Sinks'HoleInOne'

slugging southpaw's outstanding All Navy double elimination gust 7.10.Softball. broken when they clashed last
record while descending through basketball tournament, which I
competition at Seattle Tuesday night, too late for this
several divisions it should will be hosted by CINCLANTFLT -
prove will be held September 12-15, issue. With four games remaining .
interesting to see how he faifs March 5-9. Squad size is and will be a double eliminationgo. i to be played for each, a three

in this) class.Teamamte. limited to twelve- persons, including Only 16 players will be allowed team tie could conceivably enter! At Local LinksThe

Presley, a 119 the Officer in Charge, per team. the picture. Third place VP-30,

pound Bantamweight novice, will coach and manager. All Navy golfers will tee off now clings to third place with I dream of all golfers be-

be going at it for the second Boxing tomes second on the for 72 holes at San Diego, Au- 41.With came reality last Thursday for
year in a row after his tour with list, and will be held at Norfolk, gust 20-22. Maximum team entries two weeks left on the CDR John K. Davis. He scoreda
the USS Saratoga boxing team. April 4-6. The AAU single elimination will be restricted to four regular schedule, here's how hole-in-one on the local course.
While stationed on the "Sara", slug fest will restrictthe senior they stand:
open, two and three wo- CDR. Davis, Commanding Officer -
,
traveling squad to one member -
Presley bouts and
five pull-
won men linksters.Aid AMERICAN
NATIONAL of the Flag AdministrativeUnit
the
weight class, plus
ed draw. per I
one provided by BuPers will FAETU 6-0 VAP-82 40I
Officer in Charge and coach. Staff, ComFairJax, accom-
Tickets are now available at amount to $1000 for each team, VA-178 8-1 VP-I8 4-0 ; plished the once in a lifetime
consecutiveyear
This is the second
VA-44 3-2 VP-30 4.1
Special Services, Building 704. that the Navy has included except softball and basketball, VP-18 3-2 Hospital 2-2 feat on the 165 yard, par three,
Prices are $2.00 at ringside, $1.50for volleyball in nation-wide competition which will receive $1500 to help Ops Meteors 3.3 Ops Boat Hou. 2-3 sixteenth hole.
reserved seats and $.50 cover Admin 2-2 NARTU 12VIMO
gen- expenses. "
eral admission. NAS Alameda will againbe 1-3 Marines 1-3 "I used a five iron, he recall
the site of the finals in that A/C Main. 1.3 ComFairJax 1-5 ed. "There wasn't any wind;
sport, which will run from SNAFU AF 679th 0-5 VA-133 0-3 otherwise I probably would have
April 11-14. Squad size will be MARTD 0VP7 Withdrew, used a four."

Matmen SoughtBy restricted to 10 spikers in the "We were playing 'first on the
double elimination-best of three green' he continued. "1 shot;
The Special' games event. Rules are Co be Spring Sports the ball hit the fringe of the

Services Office governed by the USVBA. yw Meet Planned apron, bounded up, over and on-
Keglers will be interested to to the green then rolled into
Personnel who have had know that the All-Navy bowl- ( January 15 the cup."
wrestling experience or are the Pearl the Commander
off will be staged at An athletic officers' meeting The following day
interested in learning, are Base May enthused
Harbor Submarine was naturally
for the purpose of discussing
asked to contact the Special 16-18. Both men's and women's i with his trick but not overly so.
the
Services Officer at Ext. 593, teams are limited to four, and been Spring scheduled sports programhas for the He said he was slightly excited
or Hugh Hurst at the Jack- the tournament will consist of when he saw the ball drop into
Mainside gym, January 15, at
sonville YMCA, 221 Riverside 18 games, six games per day. the cup. "Not so," corrected Al

Avenue. In tennis competition, which 1000.All units intending to par- Paradiso, who was along "he
Some membership cards are will be hosted by the Naval Base, --q i r ticipate in intramural athle- jumped five feet in the air!"
also available through Special RI Completing the foursome of the
It!. squad size will be
Newport tics are urged to send a repre-
/1 ,
Services for personnel who day CAPT C. L. Moore and
limited to four open, two senior sentative. It will be the only were
desire to utilize YMCA recrea- and three women entries per I /fJOW HEAP THIS ALL ASHORE meeting of this type. LT. Charles McCarthy, also of
tional facilities. team; under USLTA regulations. I WHO GOING, ASHORE!' Com.'alrJax.I .




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i LTHonoredBy Three Officers


Yeshiva



I University At NA TTU Join



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,; Lieutenant Solomon Poupko,

'NAS's Jax Jewish Chaplain, was Retired RanksThree
honored at the annual Mid-Year

Conference of the Yeshiva .University -
officers with
Navy
Rabbinic Alumni on
service totalling 70 years ended
January 7-8 at the University'sMain
: their Naval careers at the Naval
Center in Manhattan, N.Y. :
Air Technical Training Training
He was one of 17 chaplainsfrom '
Unit here December 29 when
;: on
all branches of the Armed 0nr5 I
: they were presented retirement
,
Forces cited for their service in
'
; orders by CAPT Hartsel D. Al-
building the spiritual welfare of
len, NATTU commanding officer.
i
Armed Forces Personnel, said ,

Rabbi Herschel Schacter, spirit- "'h I CDR E. T. Edmonson, who was
ual leader of the Mosholu Jewish serving as training officer of
Center, Bronx, N.Y., and presi- FIRST AND LAST The first baby of the New Year 1962 to be born her at the Naval both AE-A and AE-B Schools at
and believed be the first in Duval little Vlam shown her in the
dent of the Rabbinic Alumni. Hospital to County, was Stephen the time of his retirement
photo at left with his parents Hans Vlam SK3 and Mrs. Vlam. Little Stephen checked in at was
The theme of the two-day con- 20 seconds past midnight to gain the honor. His father is attached to the Naval Reserve Training the first to receive his orders,
ference was "Yeshiva Univer- Center in Jacksonville. The last baby of the old year to be born at the Hospital was Donald followed immediately by CWO-4
sity: 75 years of Activity and Wayne Reid, shown In the photo at right, "Herman Reid RM2, and Mrs. Reid, who arrived on W. D. Levan and CWO-3 H. D.
the scene at 2229 December 31. His father is attached to the Communications Department at May-
Creativity. The University is port Naval Station. Fields Jr. CWO Levan served as
celebrating its Diamond Jubilee NATTU's information and edu-

throughout the 1961-62 academicyear cation officer and CWO Fields as

and the conference is only MDBS Members To CPO'S, Urged To phase officer of AE-A School

one of many special events ar- :}fWM1::' until the time of their retire-

range to commemorate the an- Receive By-Law ment.

niversary.A Attend Meeting CDR Edmonson joined NATTU
second group of 13 rabbis in August 1958 while both Levan
who were celebrating the 35th Change ProposalsMembers and Fields reported there in

anniversary of their ordinationat I of the Employees' On January 12All August 1960.
the Rabbi
University's
Isaac Mutual Death Benefit Society CDR Edmonson, who enteredthe
i Elchanan Theological Seminary, will receive a notice this week ", chief petty officers, active, Navy in July 1941 and ac-
I
were also honored. pertaining to the proposed reserve and RETIRED, here at cepted a commission as ensignin

amendments to the Constitutionand NAS Jax were urged in an an- March 1942, said that his future -

By-Laws of the Society nouncement today by NAS CPO plans are to attend schoolin

:Classified: which are being offered for Club president, John Crossley, Louisiana. CWO Levan, who

members' approval.The ACC, to attend a general assem- entered the Navy as a hospital
notice contains, in addi- bly meeting in the club dining apprentice in 1931, said that he

FOR SALE tion to the proposed amend- room at 1130 on Friday, Janu- plans to go to his home in Fort

Immed. Ocpy.-3 bdrmi., 2 bath; ments, an explanation of the ary 12, for the purpose of elect- Pierce, Fla., and possibly seek
SO
12792.
I ing members to the clubs Ad-
amendments and the changes employment there.
\ Oak Hill-3 bdrm., 2 bath, $66.39 per
I mo.; SP 16874. which will ensue if they are visory Board.
Sale or Make Offer-3 bdrm., brick, approved by the membership. It NEW COMPTROLLER-CDR Crossley was elected to his Fields, who was advanced to
kit. equip. 'opt., w-w carpet, $140 per .1 is the desire of the Board of Ervin F. Hodge will assume position as president at a Jan- the rank of LT on retirement,
no. or lease $135 mo. 7718727. in that
1958 Mobile Home-10'x47'per 2 bdrm., Trustees that each member study duties as NAS Sax Comptroller uary 4 assembly, along with having formerly served
the and upon the retirement ol CDRE. Coleman BMCN vice- rank, said that he plans to seek
tram. 28'x9awning, new paint; proposals then cast a Casey as
SP 1-6424. ballot either for or against each W. Scantlebury later this president. Both Fred Albaugh, work in Tampa. He entered the

FOR RENT proposed amendment. Ballots month. CDR Hodge was Comp PRC, outgoing president, and Navy in December 1941.

people Unfurn.may Apt.-entr.share,; upr.$85, coup.per or mo 2; should be signed and returned on troller at the Naval Photographic Harold Schott, ADRCS, outgoing

EV 8-1436. or before January 26. Center, Washington, D. C. vice-president, were lauded fora Two farmers were sitting on

Cedar Rent or leaie-3 bdrm., unfurn., brick; Enclosed with the notice will before coming to NAS Jax. job well done. the porch of the general store
Hills
; EV 73005.
Avail. Feb. 1-2 bdrm. fem. rm.; R. be a ballot and self-addressed, In announcing the assembly, when a smart aleck drove up ina
D. Mertz/ Ext. 500Treiler41'x8' stamped envelope in which i Crossley also told of changes in flashy convertible.
$60 per mo., 2 bdrm.; members are asked to return the CDR Hodge To club entertainment which will "
SP 1-6682 after 1800. "Hey, you, he yelled, "how
ballot so that results may be provide music by the Bud
Furn. Apt.-2 bdrm., duplex, adults, now long has this town been dead?"
no pets, $90 EV 43112. tabulated by the Board of Clark Quartet each Friday, the
4729 Standing Blvd.-3 bdrm., kit. Trustees. Members of the Society Become HASComptroller fet Ray Trio each Saturday and "Can't be long," snapped back

equip., $85 per mo.-SP 1.1106. who do not receive a copy of the the Kay Ryan Orchestra slatedto back one of the natives. "You're"
Unfurn.-2 bdrm., extra space for office
or shop tee Mn. Etta Marsh at notice' are asked to call Ext. 8652so play for future Sunday dates. ,the first buzzard we've seen."
4290 Merrlmac. that a copy may be provided.


CDR Ervin F. Hodge will as-

,, ... sume duties this month as the
s .y }.t,2.c y i::
r 1 r Naval Air Station Comptroller.

1 I I' i He will relieve CDR E. W. Scant-
{:{ lebury who is retiring after

; & completing 20 years naval serv-
ice.

The new Comptroller comes to
Jax from the Naval Photogra-

phic Center, Washington, D.C., where he also served as Con p- k }l I
fr'fv.
troller. Before his Wash HUM f

tour he completed a 12 month

post-graduate course at George

Washington University.CDR .

Hodge began his Naval

career in 1942. He training as
a Naval Aviation Cadet at Pen-

cola, Fla., and was commissioned .s
an Ensign at Pensacola.The ;

knd'ro'; }d a.d t :; naval aviator is a graduateof
Suwannee High School, Live '
W}, } 4<;;6
Oak, Fla., and received his BS

degree from Tulane; University. I _

SUPPLY OFFICER-CDR K. S. Law (left), reads orders CDR Hodge resides at 1638 FATHER-SON TEAM Both recently recalled to active
assigning him to duty as NAS Supply Officer and Staff Supply Mount Vernon Drive Jax, with duty here at NAS with Jax-based Navy Reserve Patrol Squad
,
Officer ComNABSix during informal ceremonies at the Supply ron 741. Bob W. TroxeL ADI, (left), takes much pride and
Department on December 22. replacing CAPT James J. Davis his wife, the former Ann BrinK- pleasure in teaching and instructing his Airman Apprentice
Jr.. (right). CAPT Davis has been ordered to Norfolk Vaw where man from Orlando, Fla., and their son Robert in the art of his trade. The senior Troxel points out
he will become Assistant Chief of Staff for Supply. ComNav- hree children, Mooney, 12, Lib- the proper techniques In repairing and maintaining one of the
AirLanl. CDR Law will serve in his new capacity on a temporary by 10 and 8 of large radial engines that power the P2V "Neptune" patrol planes
basis until CAPT John D. Sullivan, who has been ordered Ricky, years age flown by the squadron. The father.son" team reside at 6231
here,to fill the post, arrives later this month. respectively. Columbia Drive. Bradenton Fla.