Serving our country

Serving our country

December 23, 1990

* Marine Pfc. Kevin W. Pindell, Marine Pvt. William F. Lambert and Marine Pvt. Michael A. Carty recently completed recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C.

During the 13-week training cycle, they were taught the basics of battlefield survival. They were introduced to the typical daily routine that they will experience during their enlistment and studied personal and professional standards traditionally exhibited by Marines.

Pindell is the son of Marsha L. and Robert F. Pindell Sr. of Westminster. He is a 1990 graduate of South Carroll High School.

Lambert is the son of Rose A. and William F. Lambert Sr. of Finksburg. A 1990 graduate of Westminster High School, he joined the Marine Corps in July 1990.

Carty, the son of Michael A. and Maryjane Carty of Rocky Ridge, is a 1988 graduate of Catoctin High School, Thurmont. He joined the Marine Corps in July 1990.

* Navy Seaman Recruit Mary S. McCarty, daughter of Michael L. McCarty of Mount Airy, has completed recruit training at Recruit Training Command, Orlando, Fla.

During her eight-week training cycle, she studied general military subjects designed to prepare her for further academic and on-the-job training in one of the Navy's 85 basic fields.

Her studies included seamanship, close order drill, naval history and first aid. Personnel who complete this course of instruction are eligible for three hours of college credit in Physical Education and Hygiene.

McCarty joined the Navy in July 1990.

* Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Angela M. Maurer, daughter of Lydia D.

Tall of Westminster, has received her bachelor's degree from Southern Illinois University.

She earned her degree through off-duty studies while serving at Trident Command and Control Systems Maintenance Activity, Newport, R.I.

A 1979 graduate of Westminster High School, Maurer joined the Navy in November 1980 under the delayed entry program.

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